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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. HoM Windsor 25 a Diy Hottl In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LCTHDNIMI The Dalian Hetcl ll felt (ltd iMrt nut DP, Bosk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNQ CHIOK8 Write for samites and be cbaviuced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHSRIDGE, ALBERTA. Too ottali tils food from Taylor Milling fc Elevator Co., Letilbridge, .AJto....... Taylor Milling Elevator Co., NeUon. B. O. AlbAti Pacific (riain tar. Alta. Campbell, TVHeon Lethbrtage, Alta, Crown Feed Produce Calgary, .Alta. the following dealers: Ellison Milling Elevator Co, ..Letkbridge, Alta. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. A. Macdoaald Co., Leitobridge, .Aita. Ogilrte Milllns Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat; Alii........ Robin'Hood Mills, Calearr, Market Keeps Up in Popularity Chicken and Vegetables There ilt 11. o'clock tliis morning the lo- cal-market presented the appearance uf a' commisariat dspot invaded oy a hungry army. The crowd which at- tended was a record one, and the vari- ous: stalls were depleted of the stock: displayed. This was particularly the case -with vegetables arid 'poultry. Dressed1 hens were selling at from 14 cents to 18.cents a pound, bringing it down in some cases to 65 cents a' bird. There.was a good supply of spring chicken dressed at 25 cents a pound, and, to judge from the quantity sold, roast chicken the, piece, __de resistance at many a Leth-: bridge dinner table. i Forty-seven carcases of. mutton, hogs and beef, were brought In by the farmers, and, in addition, to what was: on the stalls.of three local butchers, were all disposed of. "Bill" Finliiy was doing a fine trade with eggs-from the "fresh" to the "fltrietJy fresh" 30 cents a dozen. Cooking butter was retailed as low fts 15 cents a pound. Local fruiterers, such as Hone Reid of North Lethbridge, and the Letbbrlflge Produce Co., with garden truck from the market tracts at the River were doing good .busi- Yege'tabteB raised by the latter were practically cleared out, and the same, appli.ed to the produce brought in foy .the Chinese market gar- dener, BIng Wb. The market is creating more than local interest: fanners' wives were selling -produce brought in from 29 miles out. To judge from the automo- biles mingled with the rigs outside, it is apparently popular with everybody. With regard to success realization seems to have and each market day out-Herods its predecessor. THINKS ALBERTA AND MONTANA WILL BE GREAT OIL FIELDS Howard C. Price of Great Mont., one of the party of Jlontanans who are heavily interested in .the Sweet Grass-Coutts oil fields, passed city this morning on hi- way to Great Falls from Calgary. Mr. Price is. associated with the JlcCut- clieons, J. Henry .Pope, Fyshe of Calgary, and. Senator Whitesides of Kalispell, in about acres of choice Alberta oft leases, among them being some of the best in "the south fields. 5fr. Price, is very optimistic over .the prospects for the discovery oii in the south. "I have always had great faith in th'e petroleum possibilities of (Alberta and said Mr. Price, 'and I Velieve that some day this will be one of the greatest producing fields in the whole World." Cornelius F. Kelley, vice-president of the Amalgamated Coprjer Co., is one of the Montanans interested in the Alb'er'a He is in a syndicate which recently .acquired holdings in the Sweet Grass section. The Am- algamated Copper, as is generally known, is closely affiliated with the Standard Gil; It is expected that the Montana men will start development work in the south in the very near future. Mr. Price is a nephew of the late W. G. Conrad, one of Montana's great- est pioneers and developers, who was at the head of the I. G. Baker Trading Co., which supplied the early settlers with all the necessities of life. CHIEF EVIDENCE TODAY IN NEW BRUNSWICK RAILWAY SCANDAL The men suspected of the recent big horse, theft at Brooks are the Woods brothers. Tho owners of the P. K. ranch are the Eide brothers of Brooks. The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie arid Coffee Short 'Orders at all hours Cherries, Blueberries, Blackberries, Loganberries, Red and Black Raspberries, Apricots and Peach Plums ilic lines re in season, in fact most of them aio almost 01, so it you ant .uij of the above, let ns> Iwve your older Kight now while Uie goods .no to bo had, oi a good qualify and, at a light price. .Tartariana, tra special on these. Large slltimient juat eon- to us whk-h must be cleared out. All in MOtxl shape. boxes, lior 'box.................... ?1.45 JOIb boxes pei box daily, season--now ut its price jier basket BLACK OR THIMBLE is the time to get these for canning: Per '15c. Per Ci ite 25 fcasket............... 15c Per crate per crato Price per basket REO baskat 15c Per chile 75 50c PEACH crate Pel basket 50c RED Albertii per basket 65e BLACK Alberta, product pei bl-ket 75c BLACK stock la Strawberry baskets, ...........15c. Currants are almost done for. B. C. Celeiy, fust of the season, Price ft .15c. WEATHER Max. 80 70 SO SO S2 .12 Min. 48 50 46 14 50 42 1.26" Lathbridge, clear Edmonton, fair, Calgary, clear. Medicine Hat. (air llacieod, clear Red Deer, fair. 72 Saskatoon, clear.. So 55 Moose Jaw, clear..... DO 55 Regina, clear....... S4 57 Portage, clear...... innipeg. clear..... StJ 52 Port Arthur, clear SO. 5G A low light shdtrerp and thunder- storms have occurred in southern Man- itoba, western Saskatchewan and northern Alberta, b'ut the -n-eatlier generally in the prairie'Provinces has been fine and -svarm. Forecast Manitoba and and very warm today, and Saturday. A few scattered .thunderstorms. and warm today and Saturday. L CITY AM) DISTRICT Foothill Crops Very Fair J. B. Ross Mountain-View Is.in the city arid reports the hay and grain crops in his district to be very fair. Preparing Alfalfa .Exhibits Superintendent Fairfield o! the Do- minion Experimental tarn, apd J.'Llovd, the Farm wjur-lc Limitwl hntii evtrerts, were appointed at yesterday's meet- ing oi the Board oi Trade Council to preoare exhibits from the allaUa fields in the .Lclhhridge district, for International Irrigation Congress at Calgary next October. Carmangay Patrolman Corporal Sarle, who was recently transferred to the Carmangay detach- ment oi the from Pinch- er Creek, was in the city yesterday. Corporal Sarle was.in charge of the situation at HiHcrcst at the time of the disaster, and distinguished him- self by keeping perfect order in spite of the tendency toward chaos which existed at that time. Trinity Church Services Sunday at 11.00 a.m., children's church; 3.15 p.m., Sabbath school; 7.80 p.m., evening service.. A very hearty welcome extended to all. Cboir practice on Friday at 8.30 p.m. A large attendance earnestly desired. On the following Sabbath, the first an- niversary of the church will be cele- brated. The Rev. T. M. .Murray of Coleman, and Moderator of the Synod of Alberta, wiB preach 'both morning and evening. On the Wednesday fol- lowing the anniversary will be con- tinued with a concert.in the church, in which many of Lethbritlge's sing- ers and elocutionists and also instru- Ful! partic Superintendent Wilson o! "K" divi- sion, who is in command of all the forces working on the case in the south, stated to the Herald yesterday montatatsw.il take part Pnl that he was satisfied that the oe announce never came through the south; but that if they did, he would know it, Mr. 1 Wilson has placed twenty-one on j the case, and they will follow every I I clue, no matter where it Icatis. The! efficiency of the men in "K" division is to well Icnown to' need any com- ment, .mid the fact, that they are on the job is sufficient guarantee that they wii'i get their men if they arc We have 'a' solectetl list of Houses to rent, sec it b'i'jfpi'o'.deciding Houses 1'or Sale on Easy Terms. OOWbJLtV MI.LHHfN in the country. The entire south, .from Suffieid .and Retlaw, to the and from Maple Creek to ston, is being combed. The case was not reported to 31 r. Wilson until two days after the horses are supposed to have crossed the rail- way east of Brooks, KO the police have not been given much of a chance.; Eivery farmer and sheep- herder along tlie Chin Lakus. country, and'-south of it, has been questioned, but no trace has: been seen of the animals or the riders. Mr. Wilson is ,of the opinion that the horses.may have been stolen six months aso, and missed at the round up. There are numerous, ways in which they could have been gotten of, and the po- lice think that there is abme.doubt ab- out thceir having come south. Miv Wilson, 'however, will never rest until he U confident that the. men Und'the horses are not In his AUSTRALIANS WON AFTER HARD BATTLE Chicago, III., July tralia 'won the first set of the doubles maich from Canada to- ilay, A great rally by the men from the Southern Hemisphere gave tlirm the set a'ter Canada had taken a lead of four games to 1. Two more sets will give them the match and the honor of playing Ger-, many. It cost you only S2.UO a day, ?12.00 a'week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenay? FISHING BOATING TENNIS COURTS WATER WINGS A new supply- of these use- ful and popular safety tie vices for new swimmers has jiist reached us- Price 35c pair BATHING CAPS 'FOR THE LADIES These made of gum rubber and will fit over the liair completely, protecting it. from, the wet bathing. 75c.Each The Red Gross Drag Book 'Co., Limited Bathing Weather LET US SUGGEST. A FEW Bath _ (AM sizes and prices) Bath Brushes Bath Mitts Bath Towels Bath Sprays Bath Mats Bath Soaps Bath Parfumes and Powders A large assortment of Rubber Bathing Caps "will arrive Mon- day next. J.D.Higinbotham Co. Limited Sth Street, South Pure, rich, delicious Ice Cream- at Beaton's 210A, Sth Street South, PRIVATE SALE Contents of Candy Slorc also a quantity of .household effects, Inchtdlng one new G-hoie "Uni- versal" Range with hot water fixtures. Apply After 6 p.m. 309.13th STREET .NORTH CITY AND DISTRICT Warner: Visitors H Bigford and A Vaughan, of Warner, are registered at the Leth- bridge. Express to Foremost The Dominion Express company are now handling express regularly on the Lethbridge-Weyburn line. The inner pait of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under tlie careful vigilance of most competent millers. Interested in Mining Properties C. R: Young of the Merchants bank, R.V. Gibbons and 0. T. Lathrop, who, fllth Spolane men, are interested in a stiver and lead mine in the Couer d'- Alene district, Mahn returned from a visit .to .their mine yesterday. The> j visited their property, which is being developed, and which shffwg the best of indications. Celebrate Labor Day At the regular meeting of the Trades .and Labor Council last night, it'was almost unanimously decided to Hold a big daj celebration and demon Day, September 7 The'day was fHiingly celebrated last -year. Tvitli'sports of.all sorts at Hen- derson Lake and park, and it is the intention to have a similar programme for this vear The plans are onlj tentathe, but a committee Tvas ap pointed to exhibition grounds for that date. j Appoint Utilities Commission The Lethhridge. Board .of endorsed the action of tlie Calgar Board in petitioning thp government for the establishment of a Provincial Public Utilities Commission. This commission is requested for the pur- pose of-obtaining regulation and sup-j ervision of construction, operation and management of .any public utility, j which includes such service as elec- tric, steam, or other railways, operat- ed for the conveyance of passengers and freight, telegraphs, telephones, water, gas, light, etc. Its powers are stipulated in the act creating such commission and its operation is sup- i posed to be beyond the influence of politics. .The commission, if granted, 'will be modelled after the Wisconsin and Manitoba commission. Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern .Alberta's ianious 18 miles ot Navigable Water'lor Launches and Boats Good Trout Fishing Rates andf per day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel StFigc leaves King aid Hotel at Pin- eher Creek 6very morning lor the Lakes. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to 8, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. HJ3--0 Tungsten Lamps 25 Watt, 110 Volt Tungsten JO Watt, 110 ok Tungsten (iO Watt, 110 Volt Tungsten 100 Watt, 110 Volt Tungsten ......28c. ......30c. .....33c ......75c The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South T35 CANADIAN BONDS IN LONDON tlondon, Jitfy deben- ture issues now quoted at I Montreal, was the leading Canadian, iare: Province or British Columbia. lwjti, nn aggregate of 101. His scores When conclliiled. in the sec- ond' stage's! the, King's Prize today at the GOO yard Noble, Dominion of Canada, City of Mon- treal, iVi. Quoted at discounts are: Greater Winnipeg Water District, Imperial Tobacco of Canada, yt; Province of Ontario, Quebec, South Vancouver, McCORMICK. FoHowing-the, recouut'.by Judge Me- Watt, MK McCormiok has boon'.de- clared the member of till) Ontario lyCglslaUn'o .for East Lambton wlUi a majority, of 25. at 600 yards wore: 55 55 13535 Lieut. McLean, Hopewell, N.S., is the second highest with an aggregate: for Mm first: two stages of 189. Lieut. McLean made the follow- ing score at COO yards: 3.4 S 5 a 5 -I a Following are Individual Canadian scores at the GOO, yards range, 10 shots, together .with their aggregates for the first and second stages: Ser'gt., Armstrong, Halifax Corporal Ben, Lt. Brooks, Okanagan Ldg.. Sergt.-.Bullock, Toronto.. Pte. Em'slle, Toronto Pie. Falconer, Alma ........41-180 Pte. He'ridry, Dundas Stuff-Set'Hainan, Halifax.. Pte. Lo'WI'y; j Sergt. Martin', Lieut. Morrison, Toronto CJ.M.S. Mc'nnes, ISdrnpnton ILIeut. .McLean, Hopewell.'. Noble, Montreal Hamilton i Tho following six Canadians will shoot.tomorrpw, initiic the King's Prize, fifteen shots at !IOO and 1000 which fiives a possible of'150 pojnts in that stage. Tho aggre- gate lit this stage, added on to the ag- gregate already rimde In the first two Col.-Sergt. Stoddart, Hamilton.. .385 Lieut. Brooks, Okanagan Landing 183 Staff-Sergt. Laman, Halifax :183 Pte. Hendry, Dundas .182 .William Coultee, aged SB, one oMhe oldest residents in Sarnia, dead. The body of Chnries Lee, a. farm hand, of Merlin. Ont., was foun'd .float ing in the reservoir.- stages, Riven the winning order: Gunner Montreal...... 191 Lieut.. Hope'woll...... 180 Sergt. Martin, Calgary........ 186 Farmers and PARIS GREEN Is rapidly selling. 50t your Phone or mail Four orders tinted BLACK LEG VACCINE We have just received a fresh stock-. HOd Wo have the best iprerentat- Ivo made. Sec us.-We are suiv plying the largest breeders in Alberta. SODA' Oartlenert, use this to force all plants and flowers. Try It on cabbago..and sweol poaii. LOUSIS -.'Void1'poultry requiro paiilcuU ar attention during the liot wea- ther. Don't forget the regulat- the" Frank HeiHey Drag Company ;