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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FUSE OUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Diy Hotel In AlbirU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN HTHMISlOI The DallM Hotel li and Mett MM RESULTS OF Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited COMPETITION The Big Loaf ol the Fair weighed 26 IBs., 9ozs. ONLY ONE COMPETITOR GUESSED THE EXACT WEIGHT Mrs. W. D. Sangster Magrath, Alia. Wins the Prize of. 115.00.. The total number of guesses made wns 1951. Cii 7 W. Gray THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY" Phone 761 310-Sth Street South The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe I 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours It will you only 52.00 a day, jiS.jXl a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS Preserving Fruits that Must be Put up now Oi else oppuif be loi oil hoio is Fhsi aiul jnitCo me ULACK thing quot- KEN'OKA Price pu basktt uei pound SOc iiti true Price liov, ImsUel PEACH per crutc Piite pei basket SO'c B1NO pound boxes, each JO j, GU" each 50 ROYAL. pound OOXC3, CHi'h ___.53.25 1 pound baskets, each..................20c SOUR PRESERVING arrive to- morrow.. market price. RASPBERRIES OH BLACK arrive. Lowest market price. H. HKD all Quilih tlio iinest fioni Cretton can not beat Uic pei ciate WASHINGTON iRElJ RASPBERRIES Quality good lowest uiaiket pilca dailj arrive tomorrow from 1J. large crates. No doubt the last for tho 11 Price pel uate KM) Alberta Pin est kind Insketb eith 65c ULACK Alberta grown, baskets, 'each Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER Max. 78 no S" Mm 43 44 42 .28 46 clear Edmonton, fair Calsary. clear. Medicine Hat, clear Macledd, clear. 7i) Red Deer, cloud> -61 41 .29 Saskatoon, cloudy 8t> 54 Moose Jaw, cloud} 96 56 Regina, raining 95 57 94 3 n Brandon, cloudy 94 70 Portage, cloudy ..90 65 Winnipeg1, fair 82 70 Port Arthur, clear. SS 56 Fine and ver? -warm weather has been general ia Manitoba; very warm in parts dt eastern and southern Sas- katchewan, but-cooler in northern Al- berta. Rain -has fallen very heavily in the Qu'Appelle district, and .light scat- tered showers in pther parts of Sas katchewan and in Alberta. Forecast thunderstorms to- day. Northwest winds and cooler. Saskatchewan Westerly winds; cooler, with showers. Wednesday Bine and cool. fine -and warmer today and Wednesday, CITY AND DISTRICT To Attend Hiilcrest Inquest 3. R. Palmer left this morning to at- tend the inquest iu connection 'with the enquiry into the Killcrest mine disaster. Will Keep Pound C. A. Van Brocklin _of Turin has been appointed a 'poundkeeper, the pound to be kept on the northeast quarter of Section 24 Twp 11 Range 20 west of the 4th Meridian. Off to the, Lakes Clarence and Robin Sherlock, and Will Simpson, leave tomorrow for the Waterton Lakes, where they will spend ten days, camping. Tho hoys expect to deprive-some cf -the best trout streams of their burden of fish. Rev. Principal K-cith at Knox Rev. Principal Keith, of'the Alberta Ladies' College at Red Deer, preached at Knox Presbyterian churen on Sun- day morning, and at St. Andrew's church in the evening. Rev. Mr. Keith gave a very enlightening ex- planation of the work of the college; trains young women atong thor- oughly Christian lines. Line Construction George H. Webster, who has the contract for grading the 25 miles of. line east of Foremost on the Leth- bridge-Weyburn line, passed through the city this morning on his way to the 'work, which he states Is getting' along nicely. It might 'be stated, for the information of the Calgary pa- pers, that the steel is already laid between Stirling ami foremost, and that regular trains have been running on this line for months. One of the Calgary papers, in giving an account of the "rushing of work on the Leth- state'! net long ago that steel would be laid between these points in the very near future. Summer Holidays Without Mosquitoes "Would your Summer Vaca- tion be more pleasant if you had a remedy to prevent the mosquitoes from biting you? Anti-Buzz is a pleasant smelting liquid that if applied to bands and face will keep all Jlosquitoes Black Flies and Gnats from troubling you ai all. Per Bottle 25c The Red Cross Drug j Book Co., Limited Thlrg Avfc THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Wesley Sunday school excursion to Goleman and Crow's Nest tomorrow CITY AND DISTRICT Children Leave the Home Seven children were taken from the Children's Shelter yesterday by Pro- liatioii Officer Lauib. Six of these were sent back to their-homes in the and one was taken to a foster home. The children all had to bt) 'before leaving, which depleted the supply at the home.. Mr. Lamb therefore makes a plea for fur ther donations. Our Paris Green ar- rived today. Get your orders in as fclie Western supply is very limited. Rev. Mr. Coiirl'ec at Wesley Rev. Mr. Courtice of Kane, Penn- brother of Dr. Courtice of this city, occupied the pulpit al Wes- ley" church Sunday, preaching pow- erful sermons both morning and even- ing. Hev. Mr. Courtice will fill this pulpit during the absence" of the P'ls tor; G H Cobbiedick S. A. Land CG. Still Working C. E. Bee.' divisional engineer cf the Southern Alberta Land Company, is in the city today on business for the company. "H'e states that about 250 men are now engaged on the struc- tures and ditches north of the-city, on which wort is proceeding rapidl> There are two big reservoirs under construction at the present time, one at Lake aiacOregor and the other on .the Little -Bow. 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 1191 Balmoral Block Salvation Army Appeal The Salvation Army would be pleas- ed to receive donations old clothes for the relief of needy poor. Captain Tutte would also be pleased to hear of any employment for people who have applied to him for "work. ACT QUICK Lots, facing "East, on water and sewer, llth Street, (Duff Addition) Houaes to Rent. Moneyto Loan BAILIFFS SALE Having seized under Landlord's Distress Warrant, the goods and chattels on the premises known as the International Cafe FittL South, I.el'nbridgo, I sliali offer (or sale on Friday, 24th July At 2 o'clock in tho afternoon. Complete Restaurant Equipment, Including: Stock in trade of Candies, Groceries, To- haccos, etc.___________________' TERMS CASH. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff Weigh Freight Car- The C. P. R. freight sheds are now equipped with Guerney 150 ton scales, which will weigh an average .vcar in transit. Skipped Board Aytrim of Diamond City was this morning fined ?10 for skipping his board bill at Diamond, and ordered to pay up. "He was ar- rested last nijiht and tried before Jn: specter Lindsay, J.P., at the barracks. Next Tuesday, Not Today It was stated in error yesterday that the Granum Fair would open today. This Fair, which will ,bo one of the 'jest, opens ono week from today, July 28, and continues for two days. Kentish Men's Picnic Kentish men, with their wives and children, to the number of eighty spent a most enjoyable day at St. 1 Mary's on Sunday, conveyances leav-: ing. the city at 0.30 a.m., and returning at 10 p.m. The heat of the flay was I tempered by the shade of the trees and a fine breeze from the river. The men enjoyed a cricket match for the [championship and a tug-of-war that (tested their staying powers; the child- i ren bad races and roamed the woods in search of berries, etc., and the lad- ies enjoyed a day of relaxation. The J catering by the committee was moat j praiseworthy, and everyone voted the affair a huge success and 'worthy of "Old Kent." Big Wesley Excursion Tomorrow. Wesley Church Sunday School goes j en masse to Cole man and Crow's Nest I tomorrow. A special 'train lias been i j arranged' for leaving here at V.20 a.m. j This is one cf the big excursions of the year. Last year it went to Cal- gary, but the clamor for a day in the mountains was such that the old trip was arranged to the general satisfac- tion of all. Colcinan is making1 a big bid to make that town popular as a Hummer resort, and those who desire may stop (here, where the day may be spent in the park. _, Organizations in the town arc arranging to supply the excursionists with hot tea and coffee ami lemonade, and to make the day generally agreeable. The Cai- lies football team will go niong to (ry conclusions with the Colemnn team which has a reputation in tlic Pass. The day will be a big one, and everyono is invited. Alfalfa Timothy-Alfalfa Mixture l Timothy f.o.b. Lethbridge Every-'baic guaranteed by' the growers their cnvii sales oflice. Farm Products Limited W. J. LLOYD, Phones 1017; Res. 365. Look Who's Here Some of the visitors in the city to- I day are: W. W. Douglas, Taber; I K. Anderson, Tuber; G. D, Walters, ol [the Irrigation Hranch ot'the C. n. R, I (Calgary; J. D. Watson, Great G. Fuarno anrl Ueo. DemiibiaiHl, Bar- !ons; >1. .Vclnnes, Crow's Nest; Nell 11. Stalker, Grassy Tjakc; II. 0. Har- vey, Raymond, and Dr. J. T. Ferguson oC Calgary. BUSINESS LOCALS For delicious meat pics, safis rolls, cakes, etc., go to market Tuesday. The hig igh coat of living solved by eatiriK at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to S, 20 centH. Plo and Coffee 10 cents. Short ojrrfers at all liourn, 0 BULLETIN Vancouver, July o'clock this afternoon Gurdit Singh, sent eshore a reply to the ultimatum sent out this morning by the immigration authorities: obey the law if you give .its sufficient provisions inv' mediately and provide us with passage 'across the was the glat of the reply. He made no answer to the demand of the of fie-, ials that the Japanese on board be In command of the Ko- magata Maru. The reply was prac- tically the same at that made to the authorities several days ago. At 2 o'clock a heated conference was proceeding In Mr. Malcolm Reid's office between the Vancou- ver Hindus' commlttae and the officials. Best Outing of the Season EXCURSION To Coleman and Crows Nest Wednesday, the 22nd, Ticket on sile at Drug Store, Hedloy Drug Co., and- People's Drug Store. Train leaves 7.20 a.m. WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding C6; _ .510 Eighth Street South. All broken .Machinery, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Brass, Concert Steel, In fact everything made as good as now by the Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process 'ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Give us a- trial. Don't tbrow your broken machinery away. We can'repair H a'CIsinall cost. R. C. New Mall Service R. L. lilakti, postmaster of tho vil- lage of Is In the city to- day. He'iuw received notice from the department that the mail now .liolng run tctwcen Neyr Dayton and Blakesvllle, will -be superseded on tho llrst of August liy a. route from.New Dayton to on the Lethbrjilge-Weyburn line. The schedule to be maintained Is as fol- lows: Malls leave every Wednesday and Saturday, nt 7 and arrive at Hew Dayton at 9.30. Mail will-leave Now Dayton every Wednesday and.Saturday at 10, and arrive ill Wreritham at ,13 o'clock. This service, will be very acceptable to the residents near tho now and progressive' town' o'f 'Wrentlmm. ;