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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I FRtE 'BUS TO ALL TRAIN? Hotel Windsor BHt a 3ay Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS iWilte for eamples aod be convinced. Made DJ- Milling Elevator -Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Ton cac otlain this food from the following detlers: Taylor-Milllw Elevator Co., Ellison Milling Elevator Or. Letibridse, ASto. Lethbridge, Alto- Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Nelson, B. C. Picifio Grain Co., Cal- garjr. Alia. Campbell, Wilson t Home, Lethbridge, Alia. Crown "Feed Produce Calgary, Aim. Co, Medicine.Hat Milling' Co., MxJl- cine Hat, Aits. A. Macdonald Co., Letbbrldge, A1U. Ogilrie Milling'Co.. Ltd., cine Hat, Alia. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, We have an Extra Large Shipment of Blueberries oulu llml ..u ID .mm c-'lioi lommnm 01 1'mlm mmninft Io. picseiwng Bluc- houal uc Im ami HUH no doubt bul .1 w. um li.id littki 41.1 sonu llu.be Putc pw basket PKbSHHVIM. CHI HUH S -About Ibc l.isl loi tln-> 21 basket piiLC pn u.itL Pi let pit basket 13c HLD K Vbout done unit Plutt uulds lot Blatkbuucs ..nil Loiianbuncs, Lownbcmcs alt vn luiul to a hold ol ami NM. cannot gu.uAnltt to lill NOW oule.s, dill vull do the MM can audit ninbmh um (jet Ihini vxt um Black or Humble-bums will be on loi SOUK time .ml NOU nicd nul be in M> much ol a bum about tlitbt Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER SS 50 70 40 89 f HE LATE JOSEPH CHAMBKRLAIX WAS LAID TO REST 94 9> 90 SB 70 ,3 84 RS 04 SS 90 Uthbridgc, clear Etlmcnton, fair Saskatoon, fair R ma ekmav Indisn Head, clear- Brjmrlon, cloudy llVinnipcj, fair I Fort.Arthur, clear lied cloudy Cahary, lair Jlacleod, cicai Medicine Hat, clear Mdos? Jaw, deal 1'ortase, cloudy A scattered showers nave oc- i currsd in Manitoba, western and southern Saskatchewan and northern il erta. It has been very warm in ill sections oi the prairie provinces esccat in northern: Alberta. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- fair and very warm with a few local thunder- storms. lev local showers, but mostlv fair and.cooler. A3SD DISTBICT Mr. Collior. Ill Mr. Collier of the H. A. McKillop Co.'s staff is ilL_ Symptoms of typhoid fever are sliown. i For Aching, Sore and Sweating Feet Fn simmer the feet ache, perspire 'aurt feel damp and uncomfortable. -Cool shoes and .stockings help some but net enough. If von want Real Foot Com tort use EAS'EM Dust a little Bas'em in the shoes, sprinkle some on .the stocking.. It absorbs mois 'ture and cliecks perspiration to a large extent. Then the feet are comfortable, do. not swell, don't ache. Who Owns the Coat? A lady's fan coat was found on the circus grounds last nlsht, and may be had by the1 owner-at-the police-sta- :ion. Many Saw Circus Fully- 5000 people the Seils-FIoto shows here: yesterday, at the afternoon and perform- ances. Following In tie Churc-a of the Messfeh, Air Ciamberlam mas bunrt at Ke> HiU Cemetery those present were the Lord end members of the Cto Council Simultaneously Trith the ice in Birmingham a memorial service was held in St. Margaret's -Church e t manj of Air Chaiuberlams oia political fnends and oppon ents ne-e present An offer of burial in Westminster Abbey was declined Mr Chambarlam s friends of Infant The death occurred on Monday lorxiing in this city of Barbara Mar; nfant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Char- es Arklnatall of Grassy 'Lake. The ittle one was three-mouths and two veeks old. St. Mary's Sunday school .will hold their -annual picnic, at the Exhibition grounSs tomorrow afternoon chilflren are askstl to be in charclmot later than-a quarter to one. The high cost ol liv- ing solved' by eating af the........'.'..'. Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee Short Orders at all hours PURE, RICH, DELICIOUS Ice Cream Eenj. James, one ot the best known and most succassful irrigation farm- ;ers in the south, wants every irrigat- '.or in the Lethbridge district to attend ithe eighth annual convention of the Western Canada Irrigation association !at Penticton next month. He believes in irrigation and he believes in the 'Letbbridge district, and he thinks thar every effort should be made to orgsn- J j ize the irrigation farmers here so that T.hey mav obtain the very best re- j suits. There can be no question as j to the.-importance of the meeting at Pentictoo. The convention was held here last year, and every irrigationist knows what it meant to him. I It.is probable that some move will {result From tiiis agitation at tlie ar nua1 meeting of the Farm SRRINKLg.T.pP CANNISTERS 25c THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for 'this Column phould reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication All those interested in the Ancien.t Order of Voresterb art muted, to at- tend a meeting m the I O O t- hall tonight. Members of the A. 0. F. and -Companions of the Forest are requested to attend, and bring their friends, CITY AND DISTRICT Selling Tires W. C. Ruckert, agent for Goodrich ires, is in the city from Spokane, calling on. local WHEN IN LiTHMIOOi The Dallas HtM U But and (Mil MMi to inner part of the wheat berry giound, bolted and diessed by the most modem machinery jiiuder the caretnl vigilance of most competent millers. Cabinet Ministers Here Hon.'Cnas. Stewart and Hon. A. .T. members of the Provincial Jabihet. are visitors in the city today anil are registered at the Lethbridge. The Red Cross Drug Lhniled IS! Y; P. C, U. Executive Meeting The executive oE the Young people hrlBtian Union will meet in AVesley j riall on Thuret'a) eiening at S p m j There Is special business to be con- sidered and secretaries are requested to see that each socieU is fullj re- presented. Getting Their Patents L. M. .Jenks, J. Devereaux, P. H. jrote, E. SoiseMe. -M. A. Singleton and j Carl Johnson, all of Hetlaw, are- in the stonping at the Dallas.] Some o: the members of the party are I iroving up on their homesteads at the j ocal land office. i George Wanless Leaves George Wanless, manager here for the Riverside Lumber Co., has been transferred to Edmonton, and left the city this morning for the capi'-al, where he reside in future. Mr. Wanless has 'been a resident of Leth- bridge for the past four years, and during that time has made many friends who will be extremely sorry to see him leave- Mr. Wanless was-an active football enthusiast, and a de- cided adjunct to league. Geo. Burritt is taking charge of the Leth- bridge office. Bathers' Accommodation .The old Aquatic, club hoathouse at Henderson Lake is.being removed by the oity to the rear of the pavilion, 'where it will serve-as a dressing room for bathers. Commissioner Grace has also ordered a shade built for the kid- on the beach. A set of swings recently instafcd here, and the [Limited, which is to be held on (unlay afternoon at p.m. at UK- J.eth-.W: 'bridge Hotel. Practically every Iholrier in the concern is an active ir- style.- That is, Avnsu they set iriga.ion farmer, and Mr. James hopes Tbo Mayor aays that Sthat something will be done at were seen swinging joyously the [meeting to insure a large "her .lay. This will he stopped if giosBible. Tho swings were built for the children, and nil who use them Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southein Albcita's iamous Summei liosort, 18 miles ot Nfmgablc W.iLoi for .mil Kou Boats 1 Good Trout Rates and Fishing per day Additional accommodation at the nen Lake Hotel Stage es King aid Hotel at Pin- cliei OiePkcAcry moiiiiug loi the Lukes. Lipit's Moire Bhocolates Comnri.es the regular Liggetts assortment, thirtj'-six individ- ual flavors, each .delicious and distinctive. Different .from moat chocclatES, in that each package contains one and-Tone-eighth pounds of candy, and In the beautiful drjss of the package itself. .Each .box ot Liggett's Moire Chocolates is covered a Epacially-made silk cloth, tied with moire Eiilk ribbon. The covers are padded, ahd the box has a drop front, and there IE an assortment of delicate, beau- tiful colors from which to choose. POUNDS, J.D.tiig'.PDoihamSCo.Ltd. Store TELEPHONfJWQ, 322 I.O.G.T. To Meet The of Lethbridge and On- ward lodges wltt meet on Thursday evening at S o'clock in Bailey street school, Sixteenth street North. A full attendance of members is refjnest- 3d. Trinity "Church Anniversary Arrangements are well under way for the anniversary at Trinity church, HaidieUlle Thii jrnve an ad mirable opportunity for city 'friends to show their interest In this church. Rev. 'T. M. Murray is the preacher, on Sunday at llv a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Body-Late Mr. Sent East The remains of Harry. 3. Quinn, who died'at .Sweet Grass yesterdai were taken south this morning to Shelby, .from which point they will be transported to Melroso, Min.i., over the Oreat Northern. Burial will take place 'at Melrose, Mr. Quinn's old home. Mrs. Quinn, mother of the deceased, accompanied the body. Picture Bu.tte Harvest 3. Jones of Picture Butte, in tho city this morning, states that, he will begin harvesting his wheat crop in a couple of days.. The Picture Butte district' has had enough moisture to make a good crop, but the high winds id a great deal-of damage. The ield will he about ten bushels to the ere. U. S. Visitors to Our Lakes H. J. -Haas, G. M. Reynolds, H. II. nd Lewis Cutler and wives, of Coun- il Bluffs, Iowa, and W. F. Weeks of Pittsburg are in the city today for a hort visit before going to the Water- on Lakes and Glacier Park. It was he original intention of the party to o direct to Glacier Park, but tho members of the party heard of the jeauty of the Waterton Lakes conn ry, and changed their itinerary to in hide this famous resort. The partj topped at the Alexandra. Duo. of Floaters vags., who appeared tovhave no .visible means of.support, were given are patronizing them in great nj. pbllce magistrate this morning, and (old to describe arcs alons the highway that leads to no- where. I tion of Lethliridse farmers at Pentlc- I ton. The convention starts on the morn- ng of August 1C, and there are spe- j ciai rates in forcn to the "hub of the i Okanagan" for this big event. We have a selected lihl, of Houses to rent, see it-before deciding Houses for.. Sale on Easy Terms. DOWSLfY MULHF.WN LANirC" CITY AND DISTRICT A Boost II. .J. Campbell, of the mere-bant j tailoring firm of Hushes Howie, J Rrant'onl, was In the cJtv yestenl.iy. He states that he found business con- ditions iu LeM.ibridga much belter than 1u the average western city. A Fine Vonctable Garden Robert NMmmons posseses one of the beat gardens in the city. He has been enjoying ripe loinfttoes for the two v.'oeks. All his other vogc- tabliis are In fine condition, and the garden Is well worth inspecting. may be classed under this head. On Calgary Public Market The local butchers who protested against the farmer selling more than five pounds of meat to one customer m the public market, are due for a (hock, if the procedure at Calgary s any guide. The but-chers wanted, a nylaw prohibiting the sale of more limn this amount by the farmers in order to protect themselves, their claim being that they paid a license to sell meat in: the city, and did not pro- pose to the farmer come in and take away-the business by undersell- ing. The commissioners said that they would be guided largely by the action of other market superintend- ents iii this regard. Here is 'what D; G. cf the Calgary market, aays: "Farmers here are allowed 'to mcii it: say quantity tho pur- J chaser may BUSINESS LOCALS B. O. Hamilton la changing- Ills bar- ber business, to the Pastime Pool Room, Block, and will 6e open for business July 30. The liish cost of living solved by eating at Hie Dallas .Cafe, Dinner from 12 to S, 25 cents. Tie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders -at all hoiirs Tt 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 FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS Well and Tastes Good Ouf meals ares wholesome, satisfying and with all, served nicely. You'll have an ap- petite if you dine at The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 210 5th STREET, SOUTH Cash Offer Wanted For petroleum and gas rights lease on 29, Tp.; 5, R. 12, West 4th E. HAGELL, News Office, LetlibridgC Visitors Today Some 'of the visitors In the city to lay from towns 111 the district are: I' Moreland, New Dayton; R. W illins, Gnrnston; J. B. Davis, Wy cllffe, B.cl; P. Hammer, Taller; A. M. Armstrong, P. H. Ileardsley and H. .1. Moular, Vulcan; S. Whltford, Warner; C. Stover, Milk Hlver; .M. H. Rob erts, Pincher Creek; 13. A. Claresholm; .1.' U. Fuller, Cameron Ranch; C. B. Furinan, Taber; C U I Roraerll and wife, Stirling; Geo. H: Countryman, Miik River; David D. Spencer, Cardeton; Arthur. I'errey; Warner; .1. R. .lopllng and Dr. Kesclf ring, Sweet Grass. Rumor of Oil Leas.i Sale Stories of tho sale of leases in the south continue to percolate through, the sieve of rumor. H was passed around the street this morning that five thousand acres in- township 1, range 13. east of Coutl's were sold to an English syndicate for 510 rash and In .stock- per acre. This would mean that f changed hands, and some local men arc Interested In the sale. The Herald was unable to find any confirmation of the rumor. It stated 'On-good authority today that a New .York man recently called at.the offices of Lougheed.ft Bennett In..Calgary, asking for ten thousand acres in the south In ono block. The latett report wag lhat he Rot it. It's a Hard Rub ti for a woman to unexpectedly find accessary to become a breadwinner. You wouldn't like your wife to come to you? But 'what about your widow Will she have to face a life of drudgery i Or will you provide for her a regular monthly income to begin at your death and continue as long as she lives? You can do it by means of an Imperial Life policy. We'll send you an interesting booklet which tells all about it it you U fill in and return to us the' Free Booklet Coupon" below. Do it now. i you may be unm- IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA' WAD omit. TORONTO, Ont. Mitchell and ;