Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS tO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 'ftMt 11.25 I Dly Hotel In I DAILY HERALD The Hotel But and Ctiww- Iwit Pirn Dr, Rusk's Cliicli Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for samples and be convinced. Made' by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Ton can obtain this food from the following dealers: Tayt.or MllUns Elevator Co., Ellison Milling Elevator Cd., M'Jt. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Nelson, B. 0. Alberta Pacific Grain Co., Cal- .EalT, Alia. Campbell, Wilson Home, Lethbridge, Aha. Feed Produce Co., Catory, Alta, Medicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Aita. Co., Lettobridse, Ogllvio Milling Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta, Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, BilfG, that Large Dark Red Ctory, Grown in Washington and Ihc unc mid wlvertiseil so extensively lasl yrai-, direct from the grower to us, which 'mains they will be absolutely fresh and you will get liicm ui the very low- est possible pi-ice. On Saturday had a Iron! Die-man whose Dings we hand- led las.1 year, staling that ho could starl shippm" KINK BIXOS at once, and iiumcd- alely answeied. iukuig him to starl milking shipments. That means Hint by Ihc middle of this week we will have them, possibly suimcr, and then every day through- out the season. If you have not already tried some tif Cherries, do so now and yon will find that these are Ihe nearest to perfection tlitilyuii liave ever biid. FliESH IN CLARK'S SEEDLING STRAWBERRIES, HOME, GROWN ASPARAGUS, EXTRA FINE PINEAPPLES. Preserve Pines now. Prices are at the lowest. office: THE GOOD CO. Store: DL 1171 DL.-- Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES C9C 525- WEATHER clear......-.. 82 Edmonton.............. 7G Calgary, clear.. S2 "Measured by actual nutritive power, Uicre is no other ration which in economy can compare with bread." from United Stales Dept. of Agriculture Bul- len'n. 5c per Loaf -The best bread-in vthe-city. Be sure it has Ihe label on; All good Grocers sell 'it or Phone 1027 or 378. 6 The Baker Medicine Hat, lair........ 90 Macleod, clear.......... 84 Saskatoon, clear......... Moose Jaw, clear........ SO Regius; clear 77 Broadview, clear........ 76 Brandon, clear.......... 70 37 Winnipeg, clear 70 4-1 Port .Arthur, 76 44 Kamloops, clear.......- Sti 84 .42 Pentictbn 7S 43 Grand Forks............ SS 43 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fine and warm. High temperatures .ire reported in southern Manitoba and in Alberta. Forecast> Manitoba and and warm today and on Tuesday.' and warm; a few local thunderstorms on .Tuesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Carlson Resigns It -was stated today that C. R. Carl- son had.resigned as managing director of the Middle West Lumber Co. The Herald was unable to locate Mr. Carl- son to.confirm this. Tonight r. Starlahcl MUTUAL GIRL C.O.F.--Notice The Funeral of our Betoved Brother, John A. Neiaig, will be held tomorrow afternoon at -.30. AJ1 members are requested to be attbeK..of P. Hall.at.1.30 sharp Brother Neidig was the organ- izer of" Court Le'thbridge No. 2.62, twenty-four ;years and WES one cf tne oldest members of the Order. 0. MATSO.V, C.R. MASTER PHOTOPLAY "GERMINAL" EMPRESS WEDNESDAY THURSDAY THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for ma- ternity aiid all" medical and surgical (except contagious diseases} and qhtrges according to the cir- cuJnetances of tfce patient. Poor pstleiits caret! for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty provided. For further particul- ars apply to the Nursing Miitioa 1414 7th Avenue South. (Miss) A.. M. TIMey, Supervisor. (illis) M. A. McKay, Grad. NUMB. No'More Afternoon Concerts Although the day was almost per- fect, a very'small number of citizens turned out yesterday afternoon to hear the concert given hy the city hand, and Bandmaster Cline hay de- cided to hold no more concerts in tho afternoon, as the weather is usually too torrid, Tlie programme rendered yesteiday was especially fine, Cho- pin's "Funeral March" being played at conclusion, in memory of the Em- press victims. Try Our Own Make ICE CREAM (Delivered) Pint, 25c. Quart, 45c Try it at pur Parlors while listen- ing to the Orchestra, from 8 to 11 For Friday Saturday Strawberries, 2 boxes 35c Cherries, per lb......40c INTERNATIONAL CAFE Meet Department Heads A meeting of the heads of the dif- ferent departments of the city was held this afternoon. It is the inteii-j tion of tho commissioners to hold such meetings every month hereafter, in order that they may ba able to j keep, more directly in touch with the j city's welfare. WillMaive 'OLD STRAW HATS GOOD AS NEW COLORITE, a Straw Dye (uot paint) Ms easily ap- plied ,with. a and with it" your year's straw hat look just like a "new one. the popular colors at 25c Per Bottle the Red Cross Drug CLtd. TRIM AVI. Delegates on City Business r City Solicitor Ball will attend the sittings of the Hallway Commission at Calgary on July "2, to pyt in tlie city's claim for delivery and collec-1 tion of express parcels at the City In- dustrial building. Commissioner Grace "will attend the Alberta Town Planning convention at Calgary on June 16-18, as tlie city's of- ficial representative. Monthly Figures Building figures for the month were while in May, 1913, thqv to- tailed only Customs collcs- tions this year were and in 19J3, Bank clearings for the month were while for }lay last year they were Police Court Mike Darin, Arthur Dent, John Ross, .fsntes Ryan. .Tames Stevens and Henry Maloney, charged with bavins no visible means of support, all plead- ed EuKty this morning at police court, but were all allowed to so on suspended sentence. Each one nad a job in sight, all the "way from Is- land to and the magistrate save them an opportunity to save j their prospective employers rrom dis- appointment. James Smith and James Kelly were arrested in the city-I yesterday on warrants from Maeleod. They v.-cro i-antcO en of theft and were taken !si tow by De- tective Wlgc. An assault case- was remanded until Thursday. SavB-jfoiir Safety RazorBiades Bring or mail your Safety Blades to us to sharpen. No matter what make they are. Single Edge per dozen ,.25c. Double Edge, per dozen 35c. Durham-Duplex dozen .50c. Hollow Grquncj each ...25c. J. D. Higinbotham The Store TELEPHONE NO. S2I THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon the day of publication Lecture by Kev. Dr. Dydet principal of Robertson.- College, Edmonton, in Knox church auditorium at S p.m. to- night on "Macbeth." CITY AND DISTRICT Funeral Notice .All members of the Canadian Order of Foresters are requested to meet at the K. of P. hall at 1.30 tomorrow af- ternoon to attend the funeral of the late John The funeral will he held in the Lutheran church, Sixth the service to be conducted by the Rev. Mr. Graut. Burial will take place in the public cemetery. Masonic Honors for Local Man Grand Master of Masons Judge J- A. 'Jackson appointed Mr. George AVhelen of this city as one of his Grand Stewards for the ensuing year. The Grand Lodge, ou motion of S. Y. o! seconded by J. Jones, of voted the euni of Lethbridge Children's Detention ;.Home, at their closing ses- sion last week. MASTER.PHOTOPLAY "GERMINAL" EMPRESS WEDNESDAY 4 THURSDAY Late John Neidig Was a Pioneer o fLethbridge The late John Neiclig, who died on Saturday, was one of the oldest and hest-known pioneers in this district. Mr. Neidig was horn 1SI2 in Altere- hansen, Germany. He lived in the old land the. greater rart of his youth, serving his apprenticeshin as a car- penter there. He was married in 3SG3 to Dorothy Lcffler of Altershansen. In his twenty-fifth year he left Ger- many for America, landing on July 26 at Baltimore, after an interesting voy- age. He remained in Baltimore until 1S75, when lie crossed the bordar to Toronto, where he resided for 9110 j year, leaving in 1876 for New Ham- burg. In 1S8S he nyived with his wife and family of three to the west, stop- ping at Sault St. Marie for a short time. He arrived in Lethbridge ou July 2, 1S8S. He took up a position with the Northwest Coal Navigation Co.. later the A. R. I., where he worked until 1SOS. He then took up a homestead across the river in 1890, later proving up tho property. Thc-golden wedding anniversary of deceased took- place on December 26, 1013, and was the occasion fbr much rejoicing, nearly all of the children and grandchildren being present. De- ceased gradually failed from this time until his death on Saturday. He leaves a large family of grandchildren and great-grandchildren to mourn his loss. AT THE BUTTS KKUHUIT The Lclhhridge Rifle club held a practice sliout Saturday afternoon, i Secret 2DO 500 000 Tl. MacLeod................... '80 32 30 n Gue 33 :il 27 Houllcil Davidson Skcltou us 33 27 27 25 20 25 25 81 Pittard Andrews 20 25 22 76 Lloyd The feature of the shoot was the s-Undid showing made hy Mr. Har-1 old Koutlrilgc, who was practically a j recruit at'the game'. With continued' j practhe this young shot will im- i donhtedly he heard trom in the near Inlure. His splendid scon; was madd j 'icry hard conditions with a .strong Jiiirasc which-taxed the judg- oldest shots.. For Sale Hardy Pot Grown better i'or bedding but 50 cents each Per Dozen Withoiit.-pots Frache Bros. Florists MASTER PHOTOPLAY "GERMINAL" EMPRESS WEDNESDAY THURSDAY OIL-OIL-OIL Section 11 In 10-3 Within a J'ow miles of the 31'cKcu- .zic-1'abcr wells. Owner will sol! or will throw in Icnso witli reliable syncli.-. 21, IIKIIALD The Popularity That "OUR 1ST" FLOUR enjoys is flue, only to the higli standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer 'about it N-OW ELLISON MILLING t EMM COMPANY m ICE ICE ICE Did You Ever Think What a Saving you can effect in your Meat, Milk, Fruit, etc., Bills, each month by using Ice. Also the comfort and pleasure of cooling drinks these hot days. Delivered daily to all parts of the city Phone 1163 or 462 for terms of delivery WESTERN TRANSFER CO; LIMITED Standard Bank of Canada Established 1873 HAVEYOTJR CHILDREN A BANK ACCOUNT! I.IVOPV "nb'v and girl should have a personal Savings Bank Ac- count in "theVstahdard Bank of. Canada, and have opliortunities to save regularly. .-H'will afford an education to use money wisely. SiiSh'aii education in thrift saying will prove invaluable in after life. Small sums may be deposited at any time.; One Dollar opens an account. No limit as to agfi. Assets over Branch, 315 13th Street North G. F. Bletcher, Manager. PASSENGERS B.C. Nelson, May Thos. Bar- hour and daughters Flora and Evelyn, residents of SHvertgn, B.C., for many years; R. S. Crellin and W. S. Baine, who were to spend holidays in the old country after many years of labor In the Slocan mines; -Erik .T. Ericison, Hossland, miner.on his way to Nor- way to bring bis family-to British Co- lumbia, and Cliarles Malloch, a weal- thy rancher from Howaer Lake, are anic-ilg the passengers 'from this dis- trict on board the Empress o[ Ireland. BUSINESS_LOCALS Mr. Butler, care T. Ridpath's store, will pay ?5 to the can. iden- tify the party Or parties who took the green .rowtioat out ot tlie cloalt house oh Saturday. A. 0. lr. danec at I-Ienilerson Park Pavilion, Friday, June.Sth at 8.30.; Tickets 50c.. u.o.d Special Train to Cardaton Tomorrow A special train will leave the city tomorrow morning at 6.30 for 'Card- ston, to accommodate those wishing to participate in the meet arranged by tlie Mutual Improvement association of that place. Every town> on-'the' line will take part in the ganies, or- atorical contests, inusicale, athletta.i. tie-id sports, baseball and football games and other sports, and'.'aMHigc. gathering is expected. The'SpeiiKl will return at 11 o'clock, round trip will be ?1.S5. A large: con- tingent will go from LethbriuseV THREE -KILLED' BY DYNAMITE EXPLOSION Vancouver, B.C., June Russian railway .workmen Pacific Great .Eastern were Saturday' niglit Newport: They had been endeavoring to reload a missed dynamite bole, when th'e first charge exploded. Their C. Iskl, Kantefrvk, and K. Jarotiiskl... No trouble. NontuM.