Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor 11.25 Dar'Hot.l In Albtru LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN.LITHlBIDOt DNllas Hotel li the But and Moit Convtfl. M DP. Rusk's A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for samples anU be convinced. Made "by" Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You cftn-ofctain this food from- thft-foHowIng dealers: Taylor Milling fe Elevator Co., iethbuidge, AJta. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., B. C. Ptciflo Grain Co., Cal- Alts. Campbell, Home, Crown Feed Produce "Co., -Galgsry, Alta. -Einwir Smitae Elevator Co., LsttbrWge, Alta. .Medicine: Hat Milling Co., Medl- cine ;Hat; Aita, A. Macdooald Co., Alta. rOgilria Milling Co., Ltd, Jledl-: cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood .Mills, Calgary, Fresh Strawberries and Bing Cherries We Luge (Lul) expicss dumiu; direct li-om Washington and Idaho Pi tecs MI e ie.iMm.ible. huge shipments CVery day thib wuk and Select lequnciiieiits lipm llu.' following list for jml Satur- day FRESH Price '2 baskets for .3iic BIXG cherry grown anywhere; Price per potmd.....30c Price per 10-poiind box S2.50. HOME GROWN ASPARAGUS, cusp and tender, price 2 pounds for.. 35c RIPE pound .25c HOT HOUSE Each 20e, 25c and 30c FRESH and 25c FRESH RI1UPARB-5 for.. 25c GREEN bimLhcs ior 10c FRESH RADISHES-J bi.Ilche, for..25c HOI' HOUSE LE1TUCE Jpei. u, 30c NEW 10c NEW bunchl ......10c FRESH p4jnj......15c COCOANUTS-Each i5c FINEST CREAMERY BUTVER_ Magrath or Wild Rose pounds foi NEW LAID dozei Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERIES brands, two .65c 525 Notice! The Western Tiansfei Co Ltd, have decided to plape then Ice Business, in so far as delivery to i esidences is concei ned, on a monthly in ach ance basis. All Ice Aeccmnis for the cur- rent month, and any Ice Accounts outstanding previous to 1st June be collected.by the Team- ering ice. Customers kindly make note of this change. WEATHER Lethbridgc, cloudy Edmonton, cloudy Brooks, cloudy Battleford, cloudy Saskatoon, cloudy Moose .Taw, cloudy Broadview, cloudy Estevan, clear [Portaae, cloudy. Kamlopps, cloudy Fcnticton 3Iacleod cloudy 58 39 07 60 46 .93 75 40 .50 64 56 .08 63 SO 67 55 '.57 60 40 '.30 60. 55 65 59 6S 18 65 45 57 47 Mcriicinc Hat, cloudy :70> 45 .04 Prince Albert, cloudy 76 56 i Swift Current, cloudy 64.50. .48 iRcjina, cloudy............... 59 .-52 .06 Brandon, cfv.dy............. 57 53 ,14 fair 68 54 Port Arthur, cloudy, 62 42 j 69 44 I Grand Forks 6S 48 -The iveather throuehout .the prairie provinces has been cool and.rain has been almost general. FORECAST All occasional showers ;todav. and on Sat- urday, with not much.' change in tem- perature. CITY AND DISTRICT Subway Plans Signed The official plan-of-ihe Thirteenth street subway signea ana seal ed bj- the Mayor and City Clerk this morning, and a copy returned to Su- perintendent Coleman. New York, June Aqultania, the new liner of" the Cunard company, and the largest'ship afloat under the Uritish -flag, "arrived, at' quarantine early today on" her maiden this port. With her sister shijis the JJauretania arid the Lusitania; the new vessel will operate between Liv- erpool and New York. The 'Aquitania made- good -time down the Lcng Island coast- last- night, after passing the danger -e-f- ice fields that held down her speed on AVednesday and yesterday. Last. wireless reports gave her average speed at 23.22 knots. The Aquitania is second in size to the Vaterland, the largest-ship in the tonnage is and she can accommodate 5000 passengers. THE NURSING MISSION Provides nursee for and" all medical and surgical contagious diseases) aft'4 QhargeE accordicg to the cir- 'cfimstimceB of the patient Poor jSatienta csred for, free of charge.. Graduate Euraes for private duty provided. For further particul- iLrt iiDply to tbe Nursing Mission HM 7th Avenue South. TMis's) (MUv) M. A. McKaj, Grid. Opening Jnnonent E. Oxland begs to announce that on Saturday Morning June 6th he will open for business tbe Butcher Shop at 1110 6th Avc. South, formerly occupied by Simpson and Bissctt, wbcre he" will carry .a-full line-of Fresh and'Cured'Meats, Fish, Butter and Eggs and other accessories of llie Retail, Meat Death of Mrs., McNeil Death came to Mrs. Thomas McNeil this morning after a lingering illness at her residence 1412 Seventh avenue South. Announcement regarding the funeral arrangements will be made later. .Look Who's Here Visitors in town today are: Hon. A. .1. McLean, H. J. Quinn of Milk River, E. E. Fnillings of Olds, James Brown of Milk River, M. P. Beattie anil A. C. Walsh of Hall of Wetaski- win, A. Smith of Macleod, Neil M. Stalker' of Grassy iake, Wm. Smart and Wm. .Madden of Milk River, W. M. Hull of Calgary, and W. F. McNeil, of the Western Coal Operators, Cal- gary. SALE OF MEN'S SHOES SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 6 No reasonable offer refused STANDARD SHOE CO. 722 3rd Avenue South., Next to Kandy Kitchen. Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. Snow, Props. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fishing' Resort of the Kootenays Learn To Swim With Danger Eliminatcrt WATER WINGS a Are Rubberized Bags that when inflated with air support.a. person on the water. Just the thing for jour LB6y or Girl who wants to 'learn to swim. 35c per pair The Red'Gross Drug and Ltd. Inspect Lethbridge-Weyburn A thorough inspection of the entire Lethbridge-Weyburn line is to be made by officials of C. P. R. to- morrow, according to reports given til e Herald .'today. Vice-Presiden t Bury is expected'at Foremost some time tomorrow, and' he will be there by Superintendent Coleroan, and Divisional Superintendent Cameron. I Mr. Bury is expected to drive over the prospective line oyer.and by automobile from Weybnrn to Foremost. Mr. Coleman was scheduled to arrive on 512, and Mr. Camoron on 511 today. The offi- cials will talte in the Cardston and Coutts subdivisions in their inspec- tion as well. Police Court John Callahan and Wm. .Broyj were charged in police .court- morning with being drunk, andj 'ined Sl.OO and costs. Baskets "We arc displaying a very handsome assortment of Fancy Baskets in Smoked Bamboo and -Indian Grass- ware. A glance at our -windows will delight those who are in- terested. Prices range from J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 122 Nothing f01.- out 50 tents each Without pots 'ache Bros. Florists CITY ANDlpISTKICT Will We Lethbridge Ed" Trade Decided not to send U to the San D.ego eihibltiw neU Joar_ but preparation Is Being jnade ,or the gan Francisco event Get Your Cei Okotoks oil stock received for local de ing at the office of Co. Those who :ertificates were ivery this morn- L J. Blackburne unvested in this stock womd do well to SMUre toeir certificates and may! ,0 seating their receiptsj al tllat Mr. Scheff -.omin, L Scheff Is knonil m ai, parts of Canada ao OI1 Can adian themes for nritl u publlcatlons the councl be in LBthbndge probi bhis month to gather er series of articles on i M Big- Money E .bylaw tlmfl lata for anoth- thc. Dominion. flaw to. cover defi- 5 in the past .the Public the city, ciencies on work doa two or three -years Works department of introduced IB the tlns mojn mg anil ghen two It to bo and sut) nlitted to the ratepayer? Dr. Miller to Lecture Next Monday nill have anl 0( hearing something Cfferent the way of a-lecture ;wlifn Dr JIiner) di. rector of technical for the province, -will spealf at the Training soliool. Miller wH, speak on the bBtween techni- cal education and Ithe busineBS ]ife. The following ]ms prepared: S p.m. spection of the school; S.yO, add) 0.30, discussion, L ,ed president llarnoch of the Btard of Trade Tne various organi7.ation 0[ the city are e.nterrfsttag themselves in this address, a 1arge attend- ance is expecu d reception and Manual Training less by. Dr. Miller; C.N1 PHIS NOW BlflRE IHE SENATE ttajfa, Ont., June Canad- Aid hill was taken up Senate this morning, when Mr! Lougheert, the government jfer, moved, the second reading. lie said that the action of the late in guaranteeing the bonds 'ft the road from Montreal to Port rnriimr an announcement of its recognition as a trans-continental line. The late government had made It ne- cessary for Canada to stand behind this road. The condition of the money markets of the he said, brought the Canadian Northern to a point where it could not go on without as-, slstance. There were persons who he. lieved that the Canadian Northern should be allowed or compelled to go through litigation. The government believed that this would create a fi- nancial panic and would destroy Ca- nada's credit abroad for many years. The situation had given the govern- ment the greatest concern for many months, .without causing the slightest concern'to those who were'responsi- ble for the enterprise. Refrigerators at Cost Saturday Only Ecgular 610.00 for Begular -wMie ena-mellcd.. Keg. enamelled, double doors, for Our lOc M'indow and our 25c con- tain inany utensils tliat aic going Lclow cost. C. W. GRAY The Store that Saves YoiLMoney. to 11 O'Clock ENJOY OUR OWN MAKE ICE CREAM WHILE LISTENING TO THE MUSIC Ghoiee Fruits and Confectionery the International Cafe SS LOCALS 'Don't forget tho A: 0. V. Dunce at Iho Hcntlerecn I.nkc [laylllon tonight, j Qcntlemen BOc. Ladies Tree. Herron Oil Natural Gas. Co. stock goes to 50o Monilnytho Stli. Still soil- ing at 25c. Letlibrlilgo Oil Brok- erage Co., Ltu. REX TRANSFER Alta: Saddlery Co, PHONE 67O CAREFUL, QUICK To-morrow, Saturday, and Monday is Print and Gingham Day at the lift TiRMS CASH SOOOyata's of Potters' Print Guaranteed washable. Regular price loc per yard. These 2 Days- 8 Yards for 1879 yards of Ginghams In large and small checks, plain colors and stripes. Worth luc and These 2 days For the Babies 2S ohly Babies'. Silk Bonno'U, bcnutlfully trimmed in plnlr, und white and laco and liny buds. Worihf2.no.