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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta iUS TO ALL Hotel Winder tl.Ztj a Day HoM In AlktrU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHCN' IN Tbe Dalta UtttA la Uw lut and Moil CwivMj OP, Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for eamplea and be, convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA. Yotrcari obtain this food from the. following dealers: Taylor Milling Eleiator Co, Ellison Mlftinjt' Elevator Co, LeUlbridge, AjitA. Lethbriake, Alia. Medicine Hit "Mllltnj; Co., Modi- Taylor Milling fc Co., Nfilion, B. C. Alberta Paclflo Grain Co., Cal- gait, Alta. Campbell, Wilson AHa. Home, Feed Produce Co., .AJta. cine Hat, Aita. Macdonild Co., Alta. Ogllvle; Milling Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calsary, Alta. Notice! Tlie-Western Transfer Co. Ltd., have decided to place their Ice Business, in so far as delivery to residences- as concerned, on a monthly payment in advance, oasis. All Ice Accounts for the cur- any Ice Accounts outstanding previous to 1st June will be collected by Hie Team- sters delivering ice. Customers will kindlj note of this change. make Priesz's Select Orchestra TILL O'CLOCK TO-NIGHT Special Prices Oil All Fruits and Confectionery Come in and try our lee Cream Palace Confectionery Opposite Alexandra Hotel.: BING CHERRIES Slripiiu'iiis arming daily direct from the grower in Washington. Today's price, per Ib box. .'SI. 95 EXTEA IARW-; SHIPMENT 'EX PECTK IV" ROME TIME XEXT AVEEK FOK PHESERVLNCr In addition to our daily shipments have'made special arrange- ments to have an extra largo shipment or probably two or three when the season is at its heighl which will he either next, week or the week after. Quality and price both guaranteed. Place your preserving or- ders us XOW and on will got absolute satisi'action. All orders will be filled in rotation ax received. Office: THE GOOD CO HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES nL Phone 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, fair..... Edmonton; cloudy Calgary, raining Medicine Hat, cloudy, ilacleod, clear Red Deer, cloudj Prmce Albert, Saskatoon clear Moose Jaw, cloudy Regina, cloudj Rf.er, cloudj Mitt. 44 .13 48 48 .28 22 54 44 .31 44 54 47 53 5G 42 2 00 55 -6 35 .20 40 40 -41 .IT 44 32 41 3T Winnipeg, cloudv 66 Port Arthur, cloudj: 54 Kamloops, Tloudr 82 Xelson 52 Penticton 62 Grand Forks 55 The weather has been cool and un- sett'ed throughout the prairie prpv inces. Showers pf rain have been al- most "general in-Slanitpba and South- ern Alberta. Forecast All Today and on Sunday, showers in many localities, but partly fair; .not niueh charise in temperature. CITY AIVD DISTRICT .Stock Inspector R. Hawksliaw of-Chinook lias been appointed a stock Inspector. Healthy Hair-No More Dandruff PariilJn Sage Makes Dry, Unat- tractive Hair Soft, Fluffy, Abundant and Radiant With Life -It's entirely, needless to have nn- lightly, matted, or faded hair. A little carp, is all that Is needed to make it soft, pretty, perfectly healthy and free from dandruff, the hair des- troyer, Parisian supplies hair needs, and Is absolutely harmless. It cleanses the scalp of all dandruff, quickly stops itching head'and falling hair, and. Is one of the best tonics to stimulate the hair and make It grow long and beautiful. Parisian Sage is a tea-colored liquid sticky or comes in a fifty cent bot- and toilet counters. Al- on money back if not satis- fled plan, a bottle a little oh a, SfXJnf'e or cloth and rub lightly over the hilr, Uklng a small strand at a It Into tbe scalp. Presto! tlte dandruff disappears.. bend foils fine, hair U pretty and per- fectly fry Sage now. It will not only ore your hair and make It grow, but five It that Incomparable gloia ud beauty you detlre. Visitors Today S. Cope, of Foremost; G. H. More- land, of New Dayton; H. R. John- stone, oE Stirling; 'C. P. Sedgewick and W. T. Eddy, of Lundbreck; H. W Burl, of .Milk River; JIIchf.1 Rosse and Colin Gardiner of Blairmore, and Jr. Mllland, of Calgary, are visitors in the city today. LIMIT TRUST- LEGISLATION AT PRESENT CONGRESS SESSION Washington, D.C., June Sen: ate Interstate Commerce -committee today voted to report out only the trust bills. The action 'was construed by many as an indication of limitation of the administration's programme at the present session of congress. e A Warning Storekeepers are -warned to look out for English.half sovereigns, which.are being passed In the.city for sovereigns at Tae. half sovereign is. worth only 52.40. Justice BVek Improves Hon. Mr. Justice. Beck, -who-has been in the hospital .here for some time, is reported today as very much improved. Westminster Church Services Rev. J. B. Francis, pastor. Srorning subject, "The Coming of the: King- dom." Children's topic, "Tools." Jun- ior congregation in parsonage atll.30. Men's. Own at 4 p.m., when Rev. J. B. Pickle will speak on "Men Wanted." In the evening Mrs. Livingstone, pro- vincial YV.C.T.TJ. organizer, will speak. Want to Delay Bylaw A delegation, consisting of Messrs. John Home, J. p. Higinbotham, C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C.; Dr. L. B. Mason, J. t G.v Robertson and A. E. waited on the council this morning to endeavor to induce the commissioners to withhold the bj'iaw dealing with the expenditure of for books for the public library, on the ground that, if submitted at the present time. It would practically kill the library. They suggested that the negotiations with Mr. Carnegie be completed as soon as possible, so that the building might be started, maintaining that It 'would be-much easier to fill the shelves af- ter the building had been built. Learn To Swim With Danger Eliminated WAfER WINGS Are. T win r Rubber! zed Bags that -when inflated with air- support a person on the .water. 0 1JM, for 3-our or OfH wfio ft ants to learn to jhi. SScpe; pair The Red Cross Drug Third Battery Notes The battery now has a membership of' over. 120, and recruiting for men will close next Tuesday night. The battery is still.in need of some good drivers. Inspection 'of horses ihas been rigid this year, every horse that is being taken has been tested by hav- ing it ridden and worked out with the military harness. Up to date more than sixty horses have passed inspec- tion, but there is still need tor some more saddle horses. Any parties fishing to send horses to camp must have them inspected by Monday even- ing next, otherwise their horses will not be taken. The last instruction ritlfi will take place on Monday night, trade cohimiasion measure of the I and all members are asked to be on Baskets We are displaying a very hand som e; assortment of Fancy Baskets in -Smoked Bamboo and Indian Grass- ware! f A. glance at-iour windows delight those who are In- terested. A "Prices J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. Ill -AFRICA FARMERS TO STUDY YANKEE METHODS Capetown, South Africa, June party of fifty-three fnrmers, under the leadership of Johannes Adrian Lesser, member for Potchefstroom in the par- liament on the Union of South Africa, left today England on their way to' America, they will Investigate BfrlciiltuMl methods., hand. FUNERAL NOTICE The funeral of Mrs, T. McNeil- will be held from the residence, .HI 2 7tb Avenue South, at 2.30 tomorrow. BUSINESS LOCALS The St. Mary'a Men's Society will hold an ice cream social in St. Mary's Parish Hall June.. 9th. Heel Front Barber openg today, 5th St.' S. Old, Fish Market stand, two doors north of S, A, Clla- dol. Come and give us a trial. Frank Thomas, Prop. Arlington Hofol Barber Shbp. -ShAve lOc; ,hftic cut 26c. Funeral of Mrs. McNeil; '-The funeral of the late Mrs. Thom- as McNeil will be held from -the-real- deuce 1412 Seventh avenue South, to- morrow afternoon, at 2.30: o'clock. Rose Bushes For Sale Hiirtly Pot Grown Rosebushes, Xotliing better for bedding oiit 50 cents each Per -Without pots Frache Bros. Florists, IV VJN THE BULLETIN BOARD fop this Column should reach: this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication -Weather permitting, the Cittzeus1 Band will hold a concert on Gait Gardens on Sunday menmg at eight o'clock. CITY AND DISTRICT Dr. MtfWburn In City Dr. Mewburn, formerly of this citj, of Calgary, was in the citv to- day, attending a patient at the Gait hospital. Large Leases Taken Thirty five sections of land in the district east of Coutts were filed on jesterday for Los Angeles, Vancouver and-Spokane capitalists. More Oil Men-Here J G. of Xelson and S. Hob ertson of. Spokane were in. the city to day, and while here filed on land for rights in the J district east of New-iCommiwianers .William Alexander, ;Cruikshank' of Foremost. John Sweeney of Ensign, and Garrow of 'Grahum, have beem'gazetted commissioners for. tak- ing.affidavits. A Notary Public Prancis Gerald -flolyoak of Leth bridge, has- beeat-gazetted a notarj public. S. F. Kimball of Raymond has also been appointed a notary public. Chais Fido Up Tonight Chief Skelton gives warning thai the dogcatcher will be on the job Mon day with a vengeance. All the home- less ehctors and vagrant canines in the limits of the'city will be unmerci- fully scooped in. About Mica Discovery O, T, Lathrop, who is a director in one of the largest mica concerns in America, states that it is not possible for a mica deposit to be found on the prairie that will yield in paying quan- tities. Notices of Court Action Notices of appeal against the court of revision decisions on the 1914 as; sessment appeals, are due at the city clerk's office not later than Tuesday, 'une 9. When all of the notices are n, the judge will be notified, and the Jate for-the arbitration proceedings iet. Discussing Settlement The miners at the Lethhridge col- ieries, who have been idle for the past two weeks are now back -at work, although their dispute lias not teen ffnaHy settled. Vice-president Graham of the Miner's union, and W. i. McNeill, representing the operat- irs, had a conference, yesterday, hut id decision up to a late lour today. Walked from Spokane "Not said Joe Hreen, when harged this morning in police court having no visible means of sup- brt. "What have you got to live tiie magistrate. "I've got aid the traveller, who only asked for chance to continue his way, "and lat will carry me throo hundred itles." He got his chance in the orm twelve hours In which to lire-' are and leave the city on his last reight. Breen told Chief Skelton that E had walked to Lethbridge from' pokaue, Wash. Open Session "Men's Own" The open session of the Men's Own rill be at 4 p.m. in Methodist church. Uev. B. Pickle of the Christian church will continue hla address, by He will apeak'on the subject "Men which should prove very in- teresting. Miss C. SImni, eptil.rn.Ho soloist of Knox church choin City, will sing, also Mr. Jarvifj. With such an able speaker, and two of the city's boat singers, there should'be no empty seals. There will be fifteen minutes' dlBcuselon'on the address, month- ly collection wi'il be taken..- Refrigerators at Cost Saturday Only for Eegtilar -white cnaraellcd. Eeg. lute enamelled, clouble doors; Jor Our lOc.window and our 25c wiiidow, con- tajn many utensils that are cost. C. W. GRAY The Store that Saves ,You Money. ORCHESTRA to 11 O'Clock ENJOY OUR OWN MAKE ICE CREAM WHILE LISTENING TO THE MUSIC Choice Fruits and Confectionery The International Cafe Rylands Co. Special 'Agents for LADIES' HOME -JOURNAL PATTERNS .BORCHERT ADJUST. 'ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS .Macleod Men File C.-IT. Altham, city, and E. Foster-Brown, secretary treasurer r among'the many filing lands In this district. Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. G, and L. Snow, Props. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Touritt and Fiihing Resort of the WRITE FOR INFORMATION, Grain Merchant Here C. P. -Frogler, of tho Smlth-llurpliy Grain Co. pf -Winnipeg, Ip a visitor in town today, stopping, at- the Loth- bridge. Registration of Births Notice is lictcby giv.cn lo'pnrcnts and oibcrs thai llic Registration ol .all Births in the.ply of Lethbridge is re- quired by law, and must be made within one month from dale of Birth v Anyone tailing to do so is'iiiible lo prosecution and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's Office, Acadin Building, 3rd Avenue ;