Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
m BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 Day Hate; In Alb.rti LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LgTHMIMI The Dallu Hotel li tha Beat and Mott tout PIlN to fttay RESULTS OF Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited COMPETITION The Big Loaf at the Fair weighed 261bs., 9ozs. ONLY ONE COMPETITOR GUESSED THE EXACT WEIGHT Mrs. W. D. Sangster Magralh, Alta. Wins the Prize of 'f 15.00. The total number of; was 1951. STARLAND THEATRE LYRIC TENOR Mr, Jack Fleming LATE STAR OF THE FRANK MORTON CO. SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTO PLAYS The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all Hours It will cost you only ?2.00 a day, a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays Rylands Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL HALL t BOHCHERT ADJUST. ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS An Extra Large Shipment of Red Raspberries (u airive for tomorrow. HOW arriving 'illos't uon tion. II quality counts order your liaspborrics now. SOME SPECIALS FOB SATURDAY: RCD B C or Washington Per basket .15c MACK basket 15c RFD OR PIE OHERHIES- For. iireservihg. Price per basket ,15c Preserving- Si 85 .OOc 60c Price per -crate Price PCI PEACH 'bisket dozen 30c and 40c MED mar- ket price BLACK Alberta grown; market price. NEW pound 10c GREEN PEAS IN .pounds.for..28c SJREEN STRING pounds for ssc "DREAMERY Wild Rose or Mngrath, per pound. 30c and Price pound........65c ROA'ST -and Price per pound VEAL and Price per pound HOME GROWV TOM Finest duality, per pound ...............25c office THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Mai 79 70 SS S4 .72 71 70 clear Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear. Medicine.Hat, clear clear Red Beer, clear Saskatoon, clear. Moose Jaw, clear. Regina, clear Brandon, clear Portage, clear. Winnipeg, cloudy Port Acttmr, fail- Nelson.. Showers anii tliunueisiorms occurred, in parts ot Manitoba but in Saskatchewan and Alberta, the' weath- er has been mostly line Forecast esterly winds line becoming warmer. Saskatchewan and and warmer today and Sunday. Min. 46 46 46 46 46 42 4S 45 45 48 40 50 10 50 CITY AND DISTRICT A Correction Dinner is from 1 12 to S, at the Dallas cafe. to .S, not Sheep Reserves A large herd of sheep, of ahout 600, belonging to J. 'T. Henlnger of passed, .through here on Tuesdan on tteir way to Grassy Enterprise. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS Changes in R.N.W.M.P. Constable Brewer, R.N.W.M.P., has been transferred from Grassy Lake tethbridgel and is replaced by Con stable Fletcher. Orangemen Notice MYRTLE L. 0. L. NO. 2314 will hold their ANNUAL PARADE OX SUNDAY 19thinst. to the Christian Church, corner 3rd Avenue and'8th St. South, leaving the Lodge Room at 6.30 p.m. sharp. Members of L. O. B. A. No. '11G and L. O..'L. No.' 1C86 and all other Orangemen in tbe city are cordially invited to at- tend. .ACT QUICK 2't Lots, facing East, on wateV and sewer, llth Street, (Diiff Addition) sos to Rent Mcne'y to.Loan Summer Concerts Arranged Band plays at Adams Park next Sunday evening- at S.30, North Letfa- Ke. Commencing next Thursday hey will play at Henderson Park :ach Thursday evening throughout the iummer. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner Torn 12 to 8. 25 cents. Pie and Coffee iO cents. Short orders at all hours. Those wJio were fortunate enough o he on the Board of Trade run to, ron Springs yesterday will find sev- eral "Records" (Post Card) at J. D. Higinhotham Co.'s. Progress on-Weyburn Line George H. Webster, contractor on the Lethbridge' Weyburn line exten Bicn, is in tiie city from the camps in the vicinity of Foremost. Good pro- gress is being made on the "grading. Surveying Jail Farm R. E. -McArthur is surveying the new lands purchased bv the _Pro- vinciai jail, with a -view to determin- ing how much is available for irriga- tion. Back From North P. Ji. M. Woslyng returned this morning from a two-weeks' trip to the Edmonton, district. He reports that crops in the north are excellent. Steamship Arrivals The Allan liner Corsican, from Glasgow, is reported 270 miles east of Cape Race, due at Quebec 8 a.m. Sunday morning. Montreal Sunday night or Monday morning. Passengers should reach Lethbridse on Friday, July 24. The Donaldson liner Saturnia is re- ported 276 miles east of Cape Race. Due Quebec Sunday morning; Mon treal Monday morning. Lethbridge passengers arrive July 24. 8x10 6 ounce Duck 8x10 8 ounce Duck 10x12 10 ounce Duck 12x14 10 ounce Duck 14x16 10 ounce Duck 15x20 12 ounce Duck C. W. Gray Telephone 'Your Drug Stationery Keiliiirements CITY AND DISTRICT. Move Fire Station It is likely that the C.P.R. will move the number 2 tire station to the corn- er .of Thirteenth street and Second av- enue. When the new freight sheds were built tills' property traded to'the city in exchange for that where the fire hall how stands. iFo 555 Many -people, during these hot days; prefer to not come down town lo shop- We have provided .for _8rfs toy having a very prompt delivery sys- tem. Simply telephone your Brants to and will see that you get thorn piomntlv, and thaCyou thor- Remember, our prompt de- livery is always at your ser- vice The RedCross Drug Book Co., Limited Miner Passes Away Artrimon Oatofciuc, a miner at No. 3, died at the hospital this morning at the age of The funeral will be held tomorrow at 2.30 at St. Patrick's Church." Watching Illicit Booze Sellers -Provincial License Inspector Hodg- hiris of Edmonton is in the-city in- specting, the various liquor houses, and watching for the illicit sale of booze. C. Moser of Kipp was yester- day summoned to appear at the bar- racks, and 'was fined and costs, for selling without a license. Inspect ON Properties J. W.-Bateman of Coalings, Gal., passed through, the city this morning on his way to'Montana, where he will inspect some oil properties. Maple Creek Visitors Mr. and Mre.'-W. M. and "Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Flenny and Miss Flenny of Maple Creek are in the city today on their return from-a fishins'trip iu the mountains. Sunday i Hours 10-4.1 a.m. 8-9 We -si-oiild suggest that this notice loe cut out and placed where it to when necessary. WMI Appeal for Aid An appeal -will be made to the Po- minloh government for assistance to farmers in Southern' Saskatchewan and Alberta, where'the crop is prac- tically a. total Mure; The govern- ment will be asked to vote a sum of money, ahout is the am- ount estimated, to make loans to far- mers in the territory affected by the drouth, so that they may buy cattle and feed, pay their most pressing fi- nancial obligations aud keep their homes, and maintain their fam- illes'imtil next year's crop is harvest- ed. Salvation Army Services The Salvation Army will hold spe- cial meetings tomorrow. Captain Tutte will "make special reference to the Congress in London. In the morning he will speak of the loss sus- tained by the Army in the Empress disaster, speaking specially on the ast words of Commissioner Rees. Captain Tutte has made arrange- ments to have the citadel cooled to- norrow by electric fans. A cool cita- del and everyone heartily 'n'e'icome; 3-tiay Special COMMENCING SATURDAY 50c value f or 25c A CAKE OF WOLFF'S ROSEN GLYCERIN SOAP, Regular v Price 25s A FIRST QUALITY SOAP BOX Regular Price 25c FOR THREE DAYS 2Sc Buys Both of These Tills is exceptional value and will only be good (or 3 days. On display In our window. Phone us your order. The Kenny and Allin Co4 Limited THE DRUG-UOOK STORE Phone Dallas Hotel Okanagan College, B.C. Tiiis college covers the territory of Southern Alberta as well as British Columbia. It is situated at Summer- land in the beautiful Okanagan Val- ley, and is -well equipped with a staff of expert professors, giving a matric- ulation and university course, as well ,s a business, course, music, steno- ;raphy and typewriting. Young "men and young women have graduated in the Various branches. Tt is affiliated with McJfaster University, Toronto, by which the examinations are held. Try a Sack Then You'll Know You Will Enjoy Your Meal ------AT Lethbridge Hotel Cafe WHILE LISTENING TO THE Orchestra at Lunch and Dinner MENU AND PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY List Your Oil Leases With Us We have a number of inquiries, particularly at less than per, acre. Call or phone R. V. Gibbons Co. Phone 119.1 Balmoral Block WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. 610 Eighth Street South. AH broken. Machinery, Cast Iron. Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Steel, in fact everything made as good as new by the Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Give us a trial. Don't throw your broken machinery. awty. We. can repair it lit small cost. R. .C. Green A limited amount at Music is a specialty for girls. Beauti- ful buildings with fine surroundings and every care for students make it a home from home, where young people have healthy moral oversight by Christian men and women. Dr. Spen- cer is in the city finding students and expects a good hunch to go from Southern Alberta. Farewell .Welcome In the Salvation Army Citadel on Thursday night two interesting; events took lilacs, the farewoil of Treasurer J. Tuff, and welcome of Captain Preceding-the meeting, the comrades and friends sat down to well-laden tables of good things. Mrs. Captain Tutte, Mrs. Harry Dawson, Mrs. 'Davey, Mrs. fHojrwood and Mrs. Bullock, had of the tea. After .ea all. adjourned to the large hall, when an important meeting was held, re. Captain Tutte presided. After and prayer, the Young People's Leader, Mrs. spoke a tew words of welcome on behalf of the Sunday school to Captain Tutte on his Frank Medley Drug Co. coming home -from; the great Con- gress; she also referred in touching' words to the departure of Treasurer .T. Tuff from the Sunday school, where be had labored faithfully In the class for five years. The Sunday school .treasurer, H. Dawson then pre- sented .Mr. Tufr with a large photo group of teachers anil his Bible class ...Iris. One of the girls, Aggie Bullock, read a brief address, expressing their at Mr. Tuff's departure. She al- so extended a hearty 'welcome to the new teacher, who has taken charge'of the Bible class, Mrs. II. Dawson.. Treasurer Tuff responded in feeling words. Captain Tutte also t hanged the soldiers .and Wends for their loy- alty In at all meetings dulJfijph'ls absence. Mr. Wilclish sajfgTi'song appropriate to the occasion; Rev. Mr. Ross spoke (y few words of brotherly present. Mr. and Mrs. Tuff day afternoon for'iKfjfpyer. fhia leave Wthbvidge wltf-tlie besl. wishes of all their friends here for their fut- ure happiness and prosperity. Registration of Noiicc is lifcrchy given to parents and others llinl tlie Registration of all'Births in the City of Lethbriclfie is rc- quircd.by law, and must be made williin one month Irom diilc.of. Birth.1 Anyone failing to do so is liable to prosecution and fine. BOWMAN, Registrar. Acatlia Building, 3rd Avenue S.