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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta r PKEC iUt TO ALL TRAINS. Windsor M Day In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALJ) RESULTS OF Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited COMPETITION The Big Loaf a I the Fair weighed 26 Ibs., 9 ozs. 'ONLY ONE COMPETITOR GUESSED THE EXACT WEIGHT Mrs. W.D. Sangster Magrath, Alta. Wins the Prize of The total number of guesses made was 1951. The high cost of liv- ing solved "by- eating at the DallasCafe Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and 1A Coffee 1UC Short hours It will cost you only 52.00'a day, J12.00 a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Praetor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Retort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS When You're Hungry you'll be satisfied if you Eat At The Commercial Oyster and Chop House Beside Robertson's Book Store Fifth Street South. The Orangemen of the bering well oyer ..the halt century mark, attenuca tne Christian church in a holy last night, and listened to a very inspiring sermon by the Rev. Mr. Pickel; "The order paraded from the Bailee street school to the church; the procession being led by John Quiiiii, master ceremonies. Worshipful Master, Spence, was in charge of the arrangements. Rev. Pickel preached from the text "For we who live are always deliv- ered to Jesus' sake, that the life ol Jesus may be manifested in our mortal flesh." Mr. Pickel spoke of the forces against which the Orange order was arrayed, stating that they were identical with those of the. Christian church. He com- mended in terms of highest praise, the work' the order was doing along educational, inspirational and pro- Active lines. "He advised the working along the lines of. sacrifice, and stat- ed thai the degree'of success encoun- tered depended largely on the degree of sacrifice. "Christ and His princi- said he, "when obeyed, are xv.is fine .Miothei lot Arrived this morning, which it would tie practically Impossible to beat in minim. We hwo daily ehlpmonts direct from the- packers at Kenora throughout tile BRITISH COLUMBIA BING AND Shipments coming in daily. Pine lot in todays .WASHINGTON AND B. C. RED Shipments arriving daily. They will be over very soon. If you them now B. C. A. shipment to arrhe about Wednesday tills week. These nill no doubt be the last we willbe able to get hold of this season as season is about over. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF FRESH The'.quality can always be de- psnded on and, the lowest market price is always in forco here. 1 HE GOOD HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Max. MIn. Lethbridge, cloudy.. ..93 61 Edmonton, cloudy.. SO 52 Calgary, fair..... 92 50 Medicine Hat, fair 102 CO Jlacleod. clear........ 95 63 Red Deer, clear... S7 SO Saskatoon, cloudy 87 Cl Moose Jaw, clear.... 91 71 Regina. clear .V'.'. ..87 58 Brandon, clear...... S5 Winnipeg, fair.. 86 5S Port Arthur, cloudy 6S 54 .12 The weather throughout the prairie irovinces has been mostly flue and very warm, especially in Alberta, Forecast warm today. Tues- day, local thunderstorms. warm, with lo- cal. thunderstorms. winds; cooler, with scrr.c showers. CITY AND DISTRICT Waterton Lake Camper Dr. O. J. Courtiee is in the City for the weefc-end from Waterton Lakes, here holiday. -Granum' Fair.Tomorrow The Grariurir'Fair opens 'tomorrow morning. There is a full list of priz- es for livestock and grains, and a fine programme uf attractions. Mr. McLelland to Practise Alone W. H. barrister, former- ly of Palmer McLelland, has open- ed a law office in the1'Balmoral block, where he will practice 'in future. Examiners Finish The exam'iflers who have been read- ing Grade papers, un- der the supervision, of Inspector J. Morgan, finished their.'work on Sat- urday afternoon, and dispersed for the holidays. While no forecast can made of the success or failure of the candidates, the results have been even more gratifying than usual, while the number of candidates exceeded all previous records. About twenty examiners were engaged in the work of reading. Willison Preliminary J. J. Wii'iison, formerly local agent of the Continental Oil Co., appeared in police court this morning charged un- der the criminal code that he did, hav- ing theretofore received .from the Hen- derson garage, a valuable security, namely, a -cheque for on terms requiring him to account lor the pro- ceeds of the cheque to the Continental Oil Co., unlawfully and fraudlently convert the proceeds of the cheque his own use. WiKison elected to be tried by a jury, and his preliminary hearing is now in progress. D. 3. Moffat of Calgary and S. J. Shepherd are appearing on behalf of the com- pany, and Jno.-R. Palmer for the ac- cused. Summer Holidays Without Mosguitoes Vaca-; pleasant if yoii had a remedy to prevent the mosquitoes from hiting you7 Auti-Bifez is a pleasant smelling liquid that If applied to hands and face will keep all Mosquitoes, Black Flies and Gnats from troubling .'you at all. Per Bottle 25c The Red Cross Drag Book Co., limited OH Thlrt Avu. THE .BULLETIN BOARD school excursion to Coleman and Crow's Nest'on Wednes- day next. .for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon the day of publication Installation of officers, Jlizpah Lodge. No." 72, I.O.O.F., in Burgmanri Hall this evening at 8 o'clock 'Ancient Order Foresters meet; tonight in the I.O.O.F. hall at 8 p.m. sharp. All members are request- ed to attendance on time, as this is an important meeting. Visi- .tors welcome CITY AND DISTRICT Empress KATHLYN" Tonight' j BUSINESS LOCALS For delicious meat pies, sausage rolls, cakes, etc., go to market on Tuesday. The high cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to S, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cent3. S.uort orders at all hours. ACT QUICK Lots, facing East, on water and sewer, 11th Street, (DuK Addition) to Rent. Money to Loan BAILIFFS SALE Having seized under Landlord's Distress Warrant, the gccxir; and chattels on the premises known as the International Cafe Fifth Street South, Lethbridge, I shall offer for Bale on Friday, 24th July At 2 o'clock in the afternoon, Complete ricataurant Equipment, Including: Stock in trade of Candies, Groceries, To- barcos, TERMS CASH. T. IkiiifT A delightful blending of Cin- chona Gentian and NM Vomica, witli Old Port Wine. Just the thing for that "Tired Feeling." X wlneglassful taken three times a day will give you a new "Grip.-1.. GONZALES WILSON'S HARVEY'S SMITH'S 1.00 THE BOTTLE ALUEHMS PHWEB DlflttlVTS JtD.HiGlfJBOTHAM WHOLESALE AND HI TAIL CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS Village of Retlaw north half legal subdivisions 1 and 2, and all of legal subdivisions 7, 8, 2, and 10 in Section 9, Tup U Range 17- west of the 4th Meridian have .foeen erected a village under the name of the village of Retlaw. ____Tin Sale Netted The tax. sale was aT tiifle more afternoon than it .was in the morning, real cash being-paid -in by citizens in small am- -ounts for property put up for. sale. The .total'-arrears' amounted to ?40. 000. "The amount redeemed'before the sale was and the' city becomes the oWner of property represented by worth of tax'-arr'ean. Supreme-Court Sittings Sittings of the Supreme Court for next faM, spring have just been announced. -For trial.nf nriminal cases Supreme Court will sit at Leth- bridge the first Tuesday in Septem- ber and the second Tuesday in Fcb- runry, and at Jlacleod the fourth Tues day iu October and the first Tuesday in March.- For trial of all civil cases sittings will be held at Lethbridge the third .Tuesday, in November, and the second Tuesday in May, and at Mac- leod .tne first Tuesday in December and the fourth Tuesday in May. A Notary .at Taber Alex. Long of Taber has been, pointed a notary public. 3-day Special COMMENCING SATURDAY 50c value for25c A CAKE OF WOLFF'S ROSEN GLYCERIN SOAP, Regular Price 25c A FIRST QUALITY SOAP BOX Regular Price 25c FOR THREE DAYS 25c Buys Both of These This is exceptional value and will only be good for 3 days. On display in our window. Pnonc us your order. The Kenny and Allin Limited THE DRUG-BOOK STORE Phone Hotel Mention Lethbridge Next Time Presidefrit Marnoch is in receipt of a very pleasant letter from Norman S. Rankin, chief operator at the busi- ness end of the C.P.R.'s horn, in re- gard to a.complaint made recently by the Board of Trade that no mention was made of Lethbridge in a recent publication by the C.P.R., dealing with hotels along the lines of the C.P.R. Ranhins tales that the reason given for the apparent oversight as given .by general publicity agent at Montreal is that Lethbridge is not I in'the-Canadian Rockies. .Mr. Ran- -kin further states that Mr. Gibbons, the agent at Montreal, has assured him that mention, nf Lethbridge will be made in the new issue of Hotels and .Boarding Houses." Several refer- ences to Lethbridge are made in the C.P.R. pamphlet "Across a beautiful production dealing with the Transcontinental. Clean and Pure The inner part of .the wheat berrjr ground, bolted and dressed by the most'modern machinery under the careful vigilance of inost conlpetent millerfe. List Your Oil Leased With Us We have a number of inquiries, particularly at less than per acre. Call or phone R. V. Gibbons Co. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block OH-Expert Praises South W. M. Dunham, one of the foremost 1 statisticians on the American con- tinent, who passed through Lethbridge some time ago to investigate the oil situation at Calgary, returned to his home', in Tulsa yesterday, stopping in Lethbridge over the week-end. .Mr. Dunham is thoroughly disgusted with the methods of some of the operators in Calgary, and states that the only commendable feature of the whole oil situation is the fact that in the wild spirit someone will strike oil in commercial qualities. Jlr. was especially Impressed with 'what he had heard of the south fields. Development here, he says, has asurned something more of the aspect Of the great fields in the Un- ited States. From 'what he.has hoard of .the fields in the south, and from viiat he has seen of the north fields, Jlr, Dunham believes thai. Is no question but what oil exists in'Jarge Alberta. ..Mr. .Dunham met the Dominion supervisor of the petroleum-branch of the department of mines while in the east, and was In- formed that an investigation Into the affairs of 'the companies 'doing busi- ness in Alberta would be made. Ho expressed the opinion'that some of the companies would wind up'In a rat- tle' ol dry' bones -within u week. Alfalfa Timothy-Alfalfa Mixture Timothy Lethbridge -Every.' bale" by tlio growers through their own sales office. Farm Products Limited W.j. LLOYD, Phonei 1017; Res. 365. Best Outing of the Season EXCURSION To Coleman and Crows Nest Wednesday, the 22nd, .Tickets on sale at Jackson'. Dru8 Store, Hedlsy. Drug Co.i and People's Drug Store. Train leaves 7.2iO a.m. STIMATE OF '_ TABER'S CROPS July may bn taken'as an authoritative estimate of :he wheat to be marketed at this point tali- was given to your corres- pondent last night by one of the local elevator msn. He claimed that it had been compiled of the lo- cal .bank" managers anil himself. He placed the total shipped from Tnber itself would hot exceed bush- els, while If you add Chin, Barnwell and Flncastle, all 'of which officially goes through the Taber freight depart- ment, it-might ..reach twice that On Wednesday evening next .the Very Rev. Archdeacon 'Hogbln of Cal- gary will conduct the tor- vice of the Rev. Brandt, as vicar St. Theodore's .Church here. From Grassy Lake Q. C. Wright of Grassy Lake' Is ,'isitor in the city today. GOTHAM Madras Si ripe lOCK buttonhole A rl IB fl J I QAIM ADA DiRECT TO CONTINENT MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CAAQQ HAMBURG, BREMEN, ROTTERDAM fcfc Wntl hnlM 11 .Hi Slumtr TnniHri WILLEHAp.; July SI Aug. 7 ;.i W. M. MACLEOD 333 Main St., Wlmilpcn, MM. fc ;