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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIE TO ALt TRAINS. Hotel Windsor I1.2S a Diy Hotel In Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr. Rusk's Chick FooH A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS" for samples and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRID'GE, ALBERTA. Ton can ootaln this food from the following dealers: Taylor Milling fc Elevator Co., Lethbridje, Alta, Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Paclfio, Grain Co., Cal- gary, Alti' Ctinpbsll, WilsSn, Leihbridte, Alta.- Crown Feed fc Produce.-Co., CalgBry, Alta. Ellison Milling Elevator Co., Lelhbridge, Medicine Hat Hilling Medi- cine Hat, Aita. ft Co., Letiibridge, Alia. [9-Milling Co., Ltd., Medl- cine Hit, Alti. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Fresh Strawberries and Bing Cherries We express shipments m-riving direct .from Wnsliinglpn .and Idaho. Prices are now very rrasoniible. Extra lurfjc shipments aH-iving every day: this week mid n'c'xli" Select your requirements from Hie following'list for Friday and Satur- i FHKSH baskets for 35c B1XG cherry grown' aiiywhi're. Price per .'.30c Price perlO-pouml box HOME (MOWN crisp. and tender, price '2 pounds for.. .'35c BIPE pound .....25c HOT HOUSE'. Each............. .20c, 25c and 30c FRESH .20c and 2oc FHKSH pounds for...25c (IliKEN bunches; for-----lOc FlUiSH bunches for.'.25c I JOT HOUSE pound 30c NEW bunch-----.. bunch .........lOc FBESH pound .....lac COCOAS UTS--iEacii .15c and 20e FINEST CREAMERY Magralh or Wild Rose brands, two pounds for ...'................65c NEW LAID dozen for ,45c THE ea 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rnODC 343 The Western Transfer have to place their loe Business. .in; so far as delivery to residences, is.- concerned, on a. payment 'in advance .Accounts 'fqr. the cur- "r'eiit month, and any Icfe Accounts outstanding previous to 1st June -will he collected by the Teaiii- sters :deliyering ice. Customers will kindly note of "this change. make .90 56 58 51 56 1.25 55 .50 WEATHER Let-abridge, cloudy Edmonton, olouclr .........SO n8 1.A4 Reel Deer, clear 5a Calvary, cloudy SB ob Ulacleci, clear M .Medicine Hat, cloudy 8-1 Prince Albert, ;ialr SO Moose Jaw, cloudy 87 Virdcn, cloudy............... '0 I Winnipeg, cloudy.............. .73 Port Arthur, iair........... 62 .Nelson Battlefotd, cioudv i Saskatoon, cloudr 1 Switt Current, raining Estevan, cloudy Brandon, rain i Pierson, .cloudy I Kamloops, cloudy Penticton................... Cooler weather with _..... has prevailed-in Manitoba and .Sas- katchewan, ivhile -it has been quite warm in Alberta. The weatSier has become unsettled and very heavy rains are reported in southern .in the Edmonton districts. -7-1.59 56 .1-1 71 61 66 T6 73 high 56 2.35 51 .02 542.80 52 .30 winds THE NURSING MISSION Proridei Tiiiting nurses for ma- terntty and all medical and surgical cases contagious diseases) and Charges according to the cir- cumstances of me patient. Poor patients cared tor tree of charge. Graduate-nurses for private duty provided. For further partlcnl- an ippl7 to the Nursing Mission 1414 7th Avmne South. A. II. A. HcKiv, Grid. At The Empress "GERMINAL" THE LAST TIME TONIGHT: Mr. James Takes Rest Eenj. James, for nine years a pros- perous farmer, southwest of the city, has retired, and will reside in the citj- in future at 52S Eighth street South. Street Car Changes Commencing next Sunday the White line car starting at 2 o'dock in the afternoon will be discontinued, and the one car will operate all day. On 8, a regular two-car service Henderson Park will be started, the cars to run at regular in- tervals throughout the day. The Or- ange line car, will be made an extra, commencing Monday, running from 7 to 9.30, 11.30 to 14.00. and from IS to 20 o'c'ock, every day, except Sunday. These changes are announced by Commissioner Reid. CITY AND DISTRICT Bank clearicgs for the 'week ending today -Tvere: as compared with." for ;the Vo'rrespondin'g 'week last year.. Grain-MerchanUOptimlstic J. Billings, of the Billings Graiu Co. of Winnipeg, is a visitor in today, "accompanied by Mrs.'BiKings. Jfr. Billings' outlook on the grain sit- uation is he predicts an enormous crop, provided that rain is plentiful from this time on. PHONE 70? Opening flirancemeiit E; Oxlaml begs to announce that oii Saturday Morning June 6th ho will open for business the Butcher Shop at 1110 Gtli Avc. South, -formerly occupied by Simpson: where he carry a 1'ull line of Fresh and. Cured '.Meats, Eisli, Butter and Eggs and Bother accessories of the Retail.Meat Business. Right-of-Way Dispute Lome LaidlaV, counsel for the Southern Alberta' Land Co., motored in from one of the company's camps this morning to convey a party of ar- bitrators in a right.oMvay. dispute to the Little Bow. A dispute has aris- en over the company's right to carry a ditch through certain property own- ed by E. Y. Browning and Aligns Briggs, farmers in the Rosemead dis- trict, and is to he settled before an arbitration board, consisting of H. J. H. Skeith. R. V. Gibbons and Judge J. A. Jackson, The sittings are .to be held tomorrow at the- Little Bow camps, and the arbitrators motored out today. Shepherd, Dunlop Rice are appearing for the complainants, and Laidlaw, Blanchard Rand of Medicine Hat for the' company'. Mr. states that .the work along the canals is progressing .in fine shape and the engineers expect that the "wa- ter will be down in the Lake McGreg- or reservoir within- sixty days. Learn To Svviiii Danger Eliminated WAT E R wips Are" Twin Rubberized Bags that'when inflated with air will support, a ..person on the water. Just for your .Boy or Girl who wants to learn to swim. 35c penpair The Drag THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this .Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock 'noon on the day of publication Basketball tonight, 7.15: St. Cyp. rian> -vs. Wesley, on High School grounds. Sixth avenue South, between Twelfth street street. CITY AND DISTRICT Minneapolis Visitor E. Wilson, a Minneapolis business man" is a, visitor in the city with his sister, Mrs. McCulloch, of Sixth av j enue, Wttley Sunday Services Rev. Mr. Cobbledick, who returned yesterday, will speak next Sunday, morning, 'on "Efchoes from the Al- berta and m ihe ing on 'Perils of with refei, of ths Empress of Ireland. Letter No. 6. Dearly A few days ago ycu were clearly decided in favor or a certain market site at a given cost; it seems you will have to vote on tile string, Stay by your choice, string or no string; IT AVILL PAY, and don't let tfte coterie get you. Some years afco a now defunct voters' list was used on the FRJ3IS library que2tion; now, yon are asked to buy worth of books fro.n some party j who needs the money more than you do; the books would 'ba t homeless, nor have you chosen a site. An arithmetic showing hew to make ends meet will be suffic- ient in book's pro tern'the rido. Let the dead bury their dead vote, and -again don't lot the coterie get you. For LIVE and up-to-date work In. Printing, Ruling and Book- binding see the PRINTERS 4. STATIONERS R. Sacc, Prop. 3903 Same Stand 1014 Baskets We are displaying a very handsome assortment -of Fancy Baskets in Smoked Bamboo and Indian Grass- ware. A glance at1 our windows will delight these who are in- terested. Prices range -from 25c to J. P. Higinbotham Co., ltd. The Store TELEPHONE. NO. S2J 'Accepts1 New Position J. R. Oliver has accepted a position with, the' Alberta Loan Investment Co., to succeed It. D. Davies, resign- Rose Bushes For Sale Hardy Pot Grown Rosebushes, better for bedding out 50 cents each Per Dozen Without pots Fmche Bros. Public Market Opens June 9 J. A. Smith, who is starting a public market, fn building, an- nounced this' morning that the first market- day -would be on Tuesday, June 9. He has obtained the assur- ance of farmers from as far Purple Springs that they would sup port the market and furnish, produce. He is certain that he will have every- thing that the householder wants in the line of fresh farm produce, and as already rented eleven out of the thirty, stalls at a rental of 25 cents per day. A commodious barn is at the disposal of the farmers at a nom- inal charge, and feed and hay can be purchased oil the spot. Free storage is provided for goods arriving before market number of corrals and stock pens have been erected. Mark'et days will be on. Tuesday and1 Friday of each week, commencing next Tuesday. The purchasing- hours will .he from 8 to 11 for the public, in- cluding hotels and restaurants, and from 11 to 12 ttholesaleis unl be per- mitted to bu} The afternoon of each market day will be devoted to public auctions, -where anything saleable, in- cluding livestock, will be offered. Mayor Hardie stated this morning that he had not made tlie statement credited to him that he thought the bylaw for SSOOO for the purchase of building material for the market site chosen in the recent plebiscite won'd bu defeated, lie. said that he "feared it would be and that he was very much in favor of this site, evidenced by the fact that the council wired 'to Montreal to find out if it was available. Mr. Grace stated that the original estimate of waj5 found to be insufficient, and that would be needed to furnish ade- quate buildings on the First avenue lie. It was hinted this morning that if this bylaw.passed, Mr. Smith, who is acting independent of the council, would take over the city market, as manager, as there is not room for two ma'rket places In the city. Clean and Pure The inner parl of I lie heat bony "round, bolted and dressed by the most modem machinery under the en re I'u I of c'ompe tent millers. SIX MONTHS' HOIST FOUR 'LIBERALS .FOR TWO CONSERVATIVES AGAINST Ottawa, June one o'clock psttrdaj the House had settled down to what promised to he piattically an all night session rlhe bone of con Lention v.z" the Fanners' Bank Bill, the the second reari- ng, and-'Mr. A. K. McLean's motion for a six months' hoist. rlhe chief speech in support ot the measure on the side made by Hon T Crothers, while iidh. Rudolphe- lieriiieux- put up the chief argument for the_Liberals Mr 'the respon- sibility for the of the bank rested upon the shoulders ot Hon. W Ficltling; who .had been. that a certificate' should not have been' issued to Travers and his asso- ciates. The government, he said, was under moral obligations to reimburse the depositors who had lost money Mr. Lemicux. stated that the pro- posal .to for the de- positors-was due made hv Conservative candidates at the last general election- -He .described the .legislation as immoral and sec- tional inasmuch as nothing was being done for the .depositors' At The Empress "GEEMINAL" THE LAST TIME TONIGHT- 17. Messrs, puncan Ross, E. bit and Angus iLiberalr, voted with the government.- -P. S. Lamarche, Conservative, ,was paired with Hon Sam BarKcr, against the bill Mr W F NicUe also pair- ed K B Bcnnfctt against tho bill. The 'Bill was men's Christian Publicity-'.. committee .are calling a-meeting for.thls evening, at 8 o'clock hr Wesley hill. Men. of all denomination's who are in- terested in advertising .the Church are extended an Invitation. -This Is the first general meeting called :since the plan to advertise the Church was in- itiated two months ago, and the com-, mittee are looking for a large repre- sentation of the churches of the city. Attend and give the committee the benefit of your thought mat- ter. i other Quebec banks which had failed Other, speakers during the day in- j eluded H. B. B. Devlin, David Joseph Demers and M.ajor Sharpc of North Ontario. E. !W. Neshitt, Liberal, member for Nortli-" speaking at a late jhour, S. Fielding, j who, ho said, uas not guilt} oi any negligence not in faior of the 'principle oi the bill, he said that a large 'number ot iiis constituents were 'affected and he-would he forced to vole for it. The 'division was 'called at quarter past '-three six months1'hoist was defeated by 55 to With the Peacemaker! ISicIt Sallioi e, n ho w as charged with assaulting Iiis wife, JSkatriria, by beating and kicking her; was dis- charged .at police court when counsel-for the accused, H.-Ost- lundi pointed out and established that Elkatrlna had been t aa unfaithful spouse. The court was transformed into a peace'tribunal, when' the wifo learned that her husband was still to be at large. She was afraid to gq home'with him, for fear that he. would kili her on account of the action she had taken, but thc'lawyers and police succeeded- 'in convincing her that hubby CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Elizabeth Giles and famify takft opportunity cf donvuyirifs (sincere thanks to the many) friends for kindness and sympathy in their recaiit great bereavement, tne loss of three of her family and a close friend in the Empress of Ireland dis- aster. Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. G, and U, Snow, Preps. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the WRITE FOR INFORMATION The Pleasure Of .far more important'is. the effect food on body and brain. Grape-Nuts is not only a (leliglilfully appetizing but ably rich iiiiiiuli'ilivc values. f wbole wheat'and barley; Grape-Nnls re- tains nil the nutrition of tiicsc grains, including the niin- of pplash, necessary .for gvowlli'iiiiil repair of the delicate brain and nerve tissues, hut which are-so often lacking in ordinary'food. Ikady Ip eal from the.packiige.'wiih crcaiii or milk a sprinkle "of 'A ration ofkinipe-XutS'aiong witlvother food helps womicrluily to'provide' a .wclUialiuiccd dietary.' "There's a Reason" by Grocers everywhere Canadian Postuni Cereal'Co. 'Lid., Windsor, ;