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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta i. TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN LBTHCRIMB Tke DallM Hotel li twt and Ctnnfr RESULTS OF Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited COMPETITION The Big Loaf at Hie Fail- weighed 26 Ibs., 9 ozs. ONLY ONE COMPETITOR GUESSED THE EXACT WEIGHT Mrs. W. D. Sangster Magrath, Alta. Wins the Prize of ?15.00. The total number of guesses made was 1951. WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. 610 Eighth Street South. All broKen Machinery, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Steel, in-fact everything made as good as new the Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process AUL WORK GUARANTEED OR.MONEY REFUNDED Give us a trial. Don't tbrpw your broken machinery away. 3Ve can repair it at small cost R. C. The high cost of liv- uig solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Short Orders at all hours It will cost you only a day, a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FiSnING BOATING BATHING TENNIS-COURTS v A Distressing Case Medicine Hat Another dis- tressing case of homestead insanity is being attended to by the Mounted Po- lice.. Mrs. Helen Ossf wife of a home- ,steader, in the Glen Banner district, and mother- of six. children, was brought to the city yesterday, but violent 10 be 'iefi at the liospital, where she was taken for .treatment. She will be taken to the women's guard room at Macleod, and if she does not improve soon Trill be to Ponoka. SECOND READING HOME RULE AMENDING BILL London, July Prime Minis- 'ter announced this afternoon that he would lake the second reading of the Home Rule Amending bill on Monday and Tuesday of next week. STAY !N, EXECUTION Prince Albert, :Sask., July ton Drewrtlck, was not hung today. A stay 'was granted by Judge Brown, Regina, on the plea of G, E. Gregory, that he lias new evidence. The execution is postponed ,to August 13. Orangemen Nptke MYRTLE i_ b. L. NO. 2314 will hold their ANNUAL PARADE ON SUNDAY 19th inst. to the Christian Church, corner 3rd Avenue -and Sth St. South, leaving the Lodge Room at G.30 p.m. sharp. Members of L. O. B. A. No. llfi and L- O. >L- No. 1U6G and all other- Orangemen, in the city are cordially invited to at- tend. Medicine Hat Crops Medicine Hat News: There _are some good crops in this district. In: spector Shoebotham has just returned from a long trip in the south country, and reports that the grain on the slopes of the hills is very fine. On Peter Armstrong's ranch, the East and West, he say crops as fine as he ever saw anywhere. A homesteader from the country to the west of Em- press reports to the News that tbo crops in his district are first rate, much better than they expected this summer. The people have a very considerable acreage in, and it is all looking good. Good reports arc alsa received from .Medicine Lodge. Southern Alberta Grown Red and Black Currants will wine Ilio l.tltei part ot tins ,uul then us long as Hie season lasts. If something i willy class lilt us M.HC >our older lor some of these. Put up in squaii- baskets same as Pimm. You can set nothing liner or Iresher than these ClUTUIllS. Hed and H.ispheiiies aic toi'miii; ni line, .iltlioiigh the season will not last very much 'longer. Sour Red Cliomes aie also coming in line We an. fo .mother shipment on ruddy of this in.ij be the last ol these fine Cherries Kenora Bhicbenics will start ill a. lew We get Flints tiom Hie gi overs' so, you ttic sine of getting everything liesh at the lowest possible ligurc. THE GOOD CO. Store Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rh'Be 525 WEATHER Mln 40 46 .42 Lethbrldge, clsar 56 Ediriontou. cloudy 60 Calgarj, clear 64 Aledicine Hat. fair 62 JIacIeod, clear...... TO Red Deer, cloudy.. 64 Saskatoon, cloudy---- 68 Moose .'aw, cloudy T4 Regiua, cloud> to Brandon, cloudy S4 Portage tt innipeg, SO Port Arthur, cloudy .._. SO The weather has been quite, -warm in- Manitoba, but in Saskatche- wan and Alberta. Showers have fan- en in each province. Forecast Manitoba and Strong westerly-ivinds; cooler, .with local showers, but partly fair today and on Friday. and cool today and on riday. 42 54 54 51 68 .68 60 CITY AND DISTRICT Orangemen's Church Parade Myrtle L.O.U N6.V2314. wiH hold .its annual church, parade on Sunday ev- ening to the Christian church. Work on. the Subway The pile driver is .nq'w at work on the subivas and mil soon all the timbers in the ground readv for i the concrete. After the Silver, Local poultry- exhibitors are out af- ier all the prizes they can muster this year, and they are grabbing .their share. A- number to the High River fair last'night. Telephone Your Drug Stationery Requirements To 555 during these hot come down town to, shop. We have prouded for fa haMng a very prompt delivery sys tern. Simply telephone your wants to 555 and we will see that >ou get them promptly, and that you shall be thor- oughly satisfied. Kememoer, our prompt de IIvery. ;is''always at your ser- vice The Red Cross Ding Book Co., Limited Third Tree Falls; Mrs. Martha Lee ot Big Rock, Mont., was instantly killed on when an immense tree, which haiibeen up- rooted by a terrific'storm, fell on the house in. which she lived, crushing it to a complete wreck. -Her daughter, Mrs. Walter Pinney, was also proba- bly fatally injured. Captain Tiitte Home Captain Tutte, in charge of the lo- cal Salvation Army corps, returned yesterday from London, England, where he attended the big Internation- al Army The'Captain glad to get back to his charge here. The delegates to the conference had an inspiring time, but a gloom 'was cast over the whole proceedings by the Empress disaster. Of the Army officers who went down the Captain was acquainted with seventy-five or, more. On his return trip he came j on the now Allan finer. Calgarian, which hR describes as one of, the fin- est vessels afloat. DON'T While the causes lor bed wet- ting by children are numerous and varied, the drug "principle followed in tbo preparation ct REXALL BED WETTING REMEDY usually effects the much-sough t- for relief, gradually allaying the abnormal irritation, of the blad- der, which is responsible for the flow, or urinary incontinence. Perfectly safe to use, and tending to afford a prompt but gentle relief to children affected by this uncomfortable and un- pleasant ailment. Rexall Bed Wetting Remedy should 'he in every household J. D. Higinbotham and Co., Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices, for thie Column should reach thit Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Lebhbridge Encampment No, 7 meets, tonight at 8 o'clock; in the I. O Q F hall District Depuh Grand Patriarch Bernard will be present. Hope, of I.ethbridse and Onward will .meet tonight in th'e-Baptist-church at S o'clock. The ice-cream social has been postponed for a. weei, St. Patrick's choir, assisted by the ladles of the Altar society will their lawn .social tonight on the old church, grounds, opposite the C.P.R. depot -Ample entertainment and re- the parishioners of St. Patrick's- and their friends are pro- vided.. The musical programme com- prises six choruses: "The by Reissiger; "Come, let by A. Dregert 'Friendship by F C Mayer; the by F. Kuckeh: "The -by C. Kreut- zer, "Tie Heavens are by L. Van Beethoven. Admission to the grounds free. Everybody welcome at 8 o'clock tonight CITY AND DISTRICT Arlington Management Changes J. Morrison and A. Lessanl will shortly.- take over the.'Wew. Arlington Hotel. Spaeder Fined P. V. Lewis 'was this morning fined and costs in police court for speeding. The police claimed that Mr. Lewis was driving at the rate of thirty miles an liour on the city streets. Trinity Church Services Sunday, 11 a.m., Children's church; ;i.1u 'p.m., Sabbath School; 7.30 p.m., evening service. All made very heart- ily welcome. No Junior C. E.-oii Wed- nesday. Choir practice on Friday at S.3'0 p.m. as usual. iLook cut for an- nouncement of anniversary services j to bo held'oh August 2nd and 5th. Goes to Edmonton A. S. McGougan has been trans- ferred to the EUmonton office of the Alberta government telephones, and left last night to take over his new work. IIr. McGougan has been in Lethbridge for two years, and was very active in church" and musical i circles, having been the tenor soloist at Knox Presbyterian church for many months. A special edition of the Herald on fight was unnecessary owing to ,the .short duration of tho fight. Good Buys 50 feet, 6th Avenue Soufh, be- .tween 12th and iSth Streets 10 aci> Irrigated Garden Tract can be purchased for half price. to Kent. Money to'Loan London, July a quarter to, ten Eugene Corri, the referee, stepped into the ring and was introduced. He was" followed by Dick Surge, Frank Moran and .others. Carpenfier then entered the ring In a. black silk gown amid great cheers. Carpentier was kept waiting in his corner while Aherne, Matt Wells arid other fighters were introduced. uomoaraier weiis.was given a great reception when It, was announced he would challenge the winner. Smith appeared in the ring at 0.03. Cheering for Smith hardly equalled that given the Frenchman. When Smith, dressed in a green gown, ap- peared, Bob Armstrong's black face was seen looking him over in the corner. ROUND Both men shook hands at exactly 10 o'clock. Smith-got two right jabs to the Frenchman's body. In the first clinch which followed goon Carpentier gave Smith a -hard short arm drive on the cheek with a loft. Both dodged right-banders. Smith gavo the French- man a hard one on (.he right, A right and left body blow In infighting were Smith's offerings. Smith's.blows were harder than the Frenchman's, 'whoso'1 foot work had not yet been in evidence. ROUND 2 Carpentier took 'the aggressive but made no impression on Smith. Each man again ducked hard .right-handers Irom the other. Smith landed on the Kidneys with his right in a clinch. Carpentier landed a left on the jaw. Carpentier sent a fast right to the face. Carpentier was playing, for the at short range" when the round ended. His lightning quickness was beginning to count, ROUND 3 The referee warned Smith for foul- ing. Carpentier landed left on the face. Smith got in two body blows at close range. Carpentier barely miss- ed a clever left which slid off his cheek. The round was mostly clinch- ROUND 4 Smith missc-d a left'swing to the face. CarpentkM' reached Smith's face with a, left, and repeated a similar operation a monien.t later. Smith changed short right' arm blows on the 'Smith hooked a right-hander and clinched. Carpentier gave him wo short vicious lefts on the cheek. They then mixed it furiously, playing for the face with rights. Smith got a trifle the worst of it. Smith landed to the face which jarred the .French- man. Honors were even. ROUND 6 Smith disqualified for hiulnfr the Frenchman when he was down. Car- pentier when trying to land a hard right hamlcr. Before the French- man arose Smith struck him on the face. Smith was disqualified. Car- pentier held his head apparently in pain, though1 it seemed SmiMi's 'blow hardly touched, him. The French- man's seconds took. him to his corner while the crowd hooted loudly, REFEREE'S DECISION The referee decided Carpentier had won. remained In the ring, lie and 'his seconds protested -against again missed a body blow with his right. Smith knocked down with a right on the kidneys. Smith took six I jvnd hooted him. thunderously seconds and was rising when the bell the Frenchman camo to the ropes rang. ROUND 5 Carpentier 'led "with 'his'left anU c'x- the decision. When Smith left the ring after some seconds' the crowd received a great ovation, and he pointed to lila eye and fare-bead, in- dicating that had hit him there, Arrested P. R. Charge. J. T. Willison, formerly located here as local agent for the Continental Oil Co., has been arrested in Saskatoon, charged with defrauding the Canadian Pacific Railway, while located in Lethbridge. The accused arrived in the city this afternoon, and his pre- liminary will proceed as soon as the evidence is 'The C.P.R, have instituted a suit against the oil company for losses said to have been sustained through the payment or non-payment for certain freight charg- From Convention Rev. J. B. Pickel has returned from the Christian church conference, which convened in Edmonton on Fri- day night, Saturday and Sunday. He states that the reports from the churches were very pleasing, and showed a great advance' In' the Work compared to the previous year, bridge church having the most favor- able report of all. The reports tend- ed to show' lhat the plan for Christian union. Is-taking very, favorably in this province. Rev. Mr, Aldrifige, of the Temperance .and Moral Reform de- partment, addressed the "convention on Saturday night, and a resolution was passed endorsing .the campaign of the Temperance league for a "dry" Alberta in 1915. The convention will be held in Calgary next year. BUSINESS LOCALS Tho high'cost of living solved-by eating nt tho Dallas Cafe. Dinner from.IU to 2, 25 cants. Pie and Coffee 10 Short orders at all hourn. Clean and Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the I most modern machinery under the of most competent millers.v You Will Enjoy Your Meal .-----AT THE------ Lethbridge Hotel Cafe WHILE LISTENING TO THE Orchestra at Lunch and Dinner 1 MENU AND PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY STARLAND THEATRE LYRIC TENOR Mr. Jack Fleming LATE STAR OF THE FRANK MORTON CO, SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTO PLAYS List Your Oil Leases With Us We have a number of inquiries, particularly at less than per acre: Call or phone R. V. Gibbons Go. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block 8x10 d ounce Duck 8 ounce Duck 10x12 10 ounce Duck............................. 12x14 10 ounce Duck ill 'ounce Duck Iix20 12 otfnco C. W. Gray ;