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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta IFMiE I H -i TO Hotel Windsor tl.fe Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr. Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write.for maples and be convinced, Mads bj Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. Tou can obtain this food from tha following Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Lettbridge, .Uta. Taylor .MUling Elevator Co., Nelson, B. C. Alberta Pacific Grain Co., Cal- gary, Alia. '.Campbell, Wilson -UU. Home, Croira Peed fc CsJciry. Alca. Produce Co., Ellison Milling ft Hlevabr Co, Lethbridge, ,-Uta. {Medicine Hat .Mlllinf Co., Medi- cine Hat, AiU. A. Jticdonali t Co., Lettbridge, ilta. Ogilvie Milling Co, Ltd., Me4i- cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calsarr, Notice! Tlie Western Transfer Co. have decided to place their Ice Business, in so far as delivery to residences is concerned, on a monthly payment in advance basisT All Ice Accounts for the cur- rent month, and any Ice Accounts outstanding previous to 1st June he collected hy the Team- sters delivering ice. Customers Trill kindly make note of this change. FIFTY CASES APPLES BALANCE LAST WINTER'S STOCK, TO BIS CLEARED OUT AT a box We ADS are sold by ail jtrocet-s; and "druggists 35cpier pair The Rytross Drug and Book (X >imt f Potato Bugs! They are busy. Better -imitate them. Paris "Green in half and one pound packets. Paris "G'rc en J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Tfexgtt Store TELEPHONE NO. Ill The inner part of the wheat Jjerry ground, bolted and dressed by the most mode rn machinery under the careful -vigilance of jvlost 1 competent millers." THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Dr J. C. Miller lectures tonight in the Manual Training school on busi ness phases of technical education Free. Border of Moose, regular meeting tonight at eight o'clock. Meeting of the communicants of St Cyprian's Church, in Parish .room, at 815 p m Business To elect dele gates to Svnod meeting at Calgary. Boston Wocl Buyer Eniil Nlllson, a wool'buyer., from Boston, is a visitor in the city, hi ing registered at the Lethbridge. -He is In the south country today looking after wool that is now being shorn. BUSINESS LOCALS Arlington Hotel Dnrbcr Shop. tflc; hair cut 25c. Rose flushes For Sale Hardy Pot Grown Ko.sebiishes, Jfothing Ijcttcr for b'cdding out v. 50 centseach PCI- Without pots Frache Bros. CITY AND DISTRICT Fire at Staffordville Fire, hroke-out in the rear .of the Brandle .home :at 95 John street, Staf- last night, completely de- molishing Mr. Braudle's barn. Three months ago the Brandle home was burned to the ground. The equip- ment from-both No. 1 and. No. 2 eta- tlqns responded to hut the high' "winds "the fire to spread so. that there -.was. no oppor- tunity, of saving the .hullding. i Men's Own Rer.: J. B. Pickle.gave 'a. fine ad- dress, at Own in ster churclr'yesterday-afternoon. By request: he; continued a former ad- of two weeks ago on the sub- 'ect, "Men Wanted." In a very con cis'e and forcible manner the speaker showed that the highest type of man- hood is that of the man, who intelli- gently and consistently seeks .to pat- era is life In harmony with that of he Perfect Man. Miss C. Simm and Mr. Jarvls both sang in their usual ex- cellent manner. The time for discus- ion to the limit. During the past winter and sprint he Men's Own has filled a real need n the life of this and the best local singers and speakers, and a number of outside speakers have giv- en gladly and freely of 'their time and talent to contribute to the real suc- cess of the Men's Own. A great variety of subjects has been dealth with, and the discussions have brought forth a vast difference of op- inion, which is exactly as it should bc; That the Men's Own may continue to be a vital force, it is considered advis-, able to hold only one session each month during the warm montbs, an "Measured by actual nutritive power, iljefe is no' other ration >vliich in economy can compaie with breath''' from United Stales. Dcpt. oi Agriculture Bul- letin. v_ QUAKERBREAD 5c per Loaf .n The best bread in the city. Be sure it has the label on. All good Grocers sell it or Phone 1027 or 378. NOTES Cranbrcok, B.C, June 7 H Hickenbotham, Miss Ada and the baby left yesterdaj on an extended isit to the Old Country Aliss, after seven of service as stenograph er with the firnr'of Harvey, McCarter, Macd'onald fc Nisbet, left on Fndav for Montana, where-lihe has taken a bimilar position Befoie taking liei by her employers nlth a "natch bracelet and ?5000 in gold K. K. Ivunnor-Buil River was a vis- tor for a few .days, the latter part of the .week. Mr. and Mrs. -J. >E. Smith expect to days' for a vacation in Scotland.V'rIt Smith's Intention to celebrate the 'Twelfth of July with Sir'Efdward. Carson' Practicaily, the only change of time.table on the C.pJUls the addition parture eastbound of'the. latter.' This train help's very considerably to make up for the lose of the ;Cranbrook' lo- cal, and allows travellers to-visit lo- cal points along the rotiiru the same ddi Born-r-Ia Cranbropk, ..on Tuesday, June 2, to Mr; and Mrs. Ralph Whebeli a daughter. Officers ;fbr the for the coming year have'been elected as -fol- lows: President, Mrs.tA.; ArJohnson, treasurer, Airs. J. secretary, "Mrs G Hougham The Fink Mercantile ns a at Mr. Raipli'-Palmer in charge. The vote on the waterworks-bylaw for for. improvements was sarred'by a big :ng: For, 153; against; 11: EXSHAW MURDERERS COMMITTED FOR' open session on the first Sunday of the month. It is intended to procure for these the best available-outside speakers. Further notice later. C. R. CARLSON BACK FROM LUM- BER BUYING TRIP IN THE' PASS C. H. .Carlson -having just returned trip through the Crows Nest Pass, informs Herald that tjie Ijstrict west ot Maclcod shows indi- cations of having received ample moisture, fields appearing of good col- ami, healthy looking. The mill men through the district arc very much interested, in the crop outlook "and were pleased to learn of the good showers received in'Various dis- tricts on the prairies. In the event of a good crop both the retailers and mill men look for a good lumber business this (all. Mr. Carlson states plainly that lie still retains his interest' In the Cen- tral Lumber Co. and intends devot- ing most oMits, time to.its business, a'so the .handling "of posts, poles, mine props, etc., in a wholesale ca- pacity, liaving made good connections ivifh operators in the Crows Nest 1'yss. of a daily train (Sundays excepted) from.Kimberley to.-Fernie and return Via Tlifs.. -train 'leaves; Kimberley, every irioniins at 6.10, arriving- at'.Craiibropk at' 9.25, .and -.leaY1 ing at 10 o'clock, for .Fernie, which point is ir cached" Forty minutes later, tho'.iraln -leaves on the return arriving ati' Cranbrook at S.iii, makes, Connections with No. 514, and leaves .for after the Steve Manellk; and Smith; three Russians, were today; cpinmit'ted .for charged mu.njerv.of. John Wilson, for' the ;Cankila at Exsh'aw, tlitfYrubber tire's, aud'sub-; stituting iron hands -studded with horse shoe calks Minnesota 'mo'tor-cyelisi; converted his machine into a speedy ice vehicle. 1FRUIT SAL' The Household Remedy ld-thmi rcmtdr for coiiKtiB.coldeifcroneiiltUind wTtoftplnii'couitli tlof I no; upset rtie BtaTnneh, y for all Iffot. nnnlnit Infants, A Kntall dose. only, needed And reaullk. A Buy Stilcb (or toMk. wd loldi. I ;