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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO Ait TRAINS. Hotel Windsor tug Day Hotel In Alb.ru LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN LITHIRIMI The Dallas Hotel li tot and MMt 1 Dr. flunk's CUck Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG iWrlte.tor eamsles and be convinced. Made Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETH6RIDGE, ALBERTA. Too can obtain tills food from the following dealers: Taylor Milling Elevator Co., LsthbrMge, Alia. Taylor Milling Elwator Co., Nelson, B. C. Alberta Pacific Grain Co., Cal- CUT. Alta. Ellison Milling Elevator Cs, Alta. .Campbell, Wilson Lethbriilge, Alta. ft Home, Crown Feed -t Calgur, Alta. Produce Medicfrie Hat Milling Co., Modi- cine Hai. Alta. A. MacdoaaW tSCo., Letts Widjs, Altl. Ogiirie. Milltni Co., Hat, "Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, LAST TRIBU1E TO Remains of Empress of Ireland Victim Laid to Rest This Afternoon will long be remembered as iHo saddest and most impressive Eun- craF service ever held in this city, occurred this -afternoon, when ..the last remains ot Mrs Brigadier Hunt- er.'who perished with her husband and two children in the Empress oi Ireland disaster, were laid in their final resting place beneath the sod, iaiderHhe most sombre circumstanc- es. At Salvation Army Band gathered at Fetterley's undertaking parlors, where Mrs. Hunter's bodv, whiclrwas the only, one the family7 that was recovered, lay. The band played" -to while -tHe many sympathetic' comrades and a large number oE spectators, waited for the procession :to start. As the hody was removed, fth'e throngs stood in bowed silence with uncovered heads. The band play- ed March in the local corps, headed by the band, com- menced its sad march to the Army Citadel. "Forever .With -the .was played on the march, and the casket was removed, to the citadel, which had already been filled to .over- flowing. Adjutant Kemp, of Calgary, con- ducted service, which was the most compelling ever participated in between the four walls of the Leth- bridge "citadel.-Rev.. of iWesley Methodist church, Rev. Cam- eron, of Knox Presbyterian church, and Rev. Ross of the First Baptist church, assisted in the service, and Ensign.and Mrs. Taj'lor, of' Medicine Hat, sang most beautiful duet, the Slists have Rolled Away." Sergt..-Major TuIIock, and Mrs. Cap- tain Tut te also participated in. the service. Many members of the Army Jrom outside points were among them being Bandmaster clifi, of Feinip, and Captain McLeai' and "Lien ten ant Murray, also of! Fer- nie. The fittinglv decorated wifh a banner-on Tvhich was inscribed the fitting "Asleep fit The of Jesus At-the conclusion'of the service, the march'was continued to the cemetery where was smother- ea in flowers, was. lowered in tae presence tf an immense crowd of sor- rowing friends Mrs. IT, Dawson, Mrs. Tuff, JMrs. Rosaine, Mrs. Hopwood, Bull- ock and Miss Barrett, acted as pall- bearers. 000 Addition Will be Made to the Oliver Block A permit to buiM'a. ?5000 addition to the1 Oliver block was taken out yes- .Wm. Oliver. The Oliver blocEf Souses Theifitore of Louis .Keel, and the addition will make a decided improvement In the appearance of the building, besides being a barometer. wJiich Indicates the banishment of the financial stringency The addition, "will carry the build- ing back to the lane, and includes some atlerations to the front of the bloekj-making it the best on the atreet. FIFTY CASES APPLES BALANCE LAST WINTER'S STOCK, TO BE CLEARED OUT AT a box We do not guarantee these apples in the best of shape for if they were they Would be worth more than three times what ;ue asking for them. Some of them aie a little wrinkled but tor cooking purposes they are all right, and are cxlia good value tor what we ,ue asking lor them." Only 50 to sell. Come'early; if you Want some. B1XG AND ROYAL ANN CHERRIES, FRESH LOT, 1Mb, box, each. HOME GROWN ASPARAGUS, FRESH DAILY, 2 ffis.-for i.. 35c FRESH STRAWBERRIES; PRICE TODAY 2 baskets for .35c THE GOOD CO. Storc: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Max. Min. 68 40 46 38 .SO 40 .06 72 t6 66 41 47 -39-1JO 70 46 71 44 72 46 75 43 72 40 .02 78 66. SO 5S 68 45 ,72 50 .02 Cl 44 65 44 The weather has been Quite warm eastern Manitoba, moderately elsewhere" in and in Saskatchewan and southern Alberta, but in" northern Alberta it has been :ool, with heavy rains. Forecast All >inds, air and rather cool, .today.and on .Vednesday; a.few scattered showers. Lethbridge, cloudy. 3dm on ton, rain Calgary, rain Medicine Hat, cloudy clear, Red cloudy. Prince Albert, clear cloudy Moose Jaw, clear. Regina, clear Brandon, clear, 'ortage, cloudy Vinnipeg. coludy... Pentictoa coludy.. Grand Forks JITY AND DISTRICT .Funeral of Infant j This afternoon, ths took ilace of. Agnes Larson, the infant; laughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lar- on, who died June 6, from their resi- dence ,222 Sfxttenth street North. You Never Know Your Luck Being tlie story of a Matrimonial Deserter By Gilbert Paiker per copy copy postpaid THE BULLETIN BOARD .Notices. for this Column should reach this Office before-12.o'clock noon on the day of publication Bowling on the green tonight. Gait Gardens, at 7 30 Opening games on AVednesday night See sporting page The-..usual weekly Teachers' meet- ing, in- connection with St. Cyprian's Clrurch 'Sunday school will >bo held this evening in-the Parish room at S o'clock. CITY AND DISTRICT Inspector of Telegraphs Visits D. L. Howard, inspector of C.P.R. .telegraphs, is a visitor ill the town. Taber Visitors W Douglas and J. H -Hahaffv were, among the visitors in the city jesterdaj1 from Taber, motoring in in the afternoon. The Red Gross Drug and BootfCo., Ltd. Ill THIM An, Mr. Fares in City W. H. Fares, of the firm of Gordon, Ironsides Fares, livestock dealers and ranchers of Winnipeg, -was in the city for a short time yesterday. A little news that will meet with great response from every thrifty housekeeper GQWANS SOLID CHOCOLATE MAPLE BUDS Bites of deliciousnoss S. 0. E. .Notice The Sons of Eusa'uid W.R. degree will meet on Wednesday at S o'clock sharp in the S. O. E. hall. All members axe requested to at- tend. Tenders for Plumbing In this issue the provincial govern- ment, department of Public Works, calls for tenders for the plumbing and heating of the provincial jail at Fort Saskatchewan. Tenders will be re- ceived up to June 22. Wool Expert Arrives George WSHingmyre, wool expert for Dominion goVernnient, who spent many weeks in this district last year endeavoring to aid the sheepmen in getting tneir product on the mar- ket in a fashion that would meet the j requirements, arrived in the city yes- terday afternoon, and is registered at Lethbridge Hotel." May Uie Motor Boats A query directed to the City Coun- cil as to the lav; ia regard to motor boats at Henderson Lake resulted in the digging up of a resolution pass- I ed last which stated that motor boats could be run on the lake, but that their speed should not exceed six miles an hour. This ruling holds good for ENAMELWARE "So successi'ul have our sales heen in this line that we scouted the market for still hotter values and succeeded in procuring an excep- tional line of Douhlo Coated EnameKvare, much belter ia quality than hoped to purchase at three times our prices. Here are a few prices for Wednesday sell- he early: Large Double Coated Dish Tans, rejj-90c 25c Sauce Pans, regular to oOc for........ Kettles, regular to, 50e for............25 C Also our complete stock of Emimchvaro at special prices for Wednesday. Sec win- dow display. THE RED CORNER Brice A. McKay. Cor. 3rd Ave. fith St. About That Mica A. Rafton-Canning called at the Her- ald office this 'afternoon with two specimens of pure mica, 'which he found within the city limits. He denies the contention of Mr: Latlirop that mtca cannot he found in-paying quantities here, .that It Is here for the ones1 who will go after It. "It is just like the said tie. "It is under the ground somewhere, and one has to dig in order to locate it." BUSINESS :LOCALS Arlington Hotel Shave Oc; hair cut 25c. ;v. Complete stock of Victrolas togeth'- ed with 3000 Victor Records. Victrd- as per week and-up. .ee us today. Mason tyid Risch, Vic- or Dept. ROSY AND PLUMP Good Health from Right Food. "It's pof to remark- iu a man, in speaking of Grape-Naita. "About f.welve months ago my wife ,vas In very bad health, could not ieep' anytMng en her stomach. The Doctor recommended mflk, half water, but it was not sufllciehtly noui-ishing. "A friend of mine told me one day to try Grape-Nuts and cream. The re- sult was really marvellous. My wife soon regained her usual strength and tmlay is as rosy and plump ag when a ?lrl of sixteen. "These are plain facts nnd nothing I could say in praise of Grape-Nuts would exaggerate in the least the valne of great food." Name siven by Canadian Postum Co., Windsor, Ont. KoJtd to in pkgs. "Thero'a a Rpnsnn." Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, trut, and full of human Interest. KEMP'S AUSTRALIAN BRANDING: LIQUID Will brand a. wet sheep squally as well as a dry one. Will the. sheep's, back as long as through any weather, or dry, hot or cold. Will dissolve from the wofll in the ordinary scour.. Will not mat the fibres or injure the wool. Will permit the sheep be- ing dipped and then at once branded, or vice versa. more sheep per gallon than any other brand- ing fluid. and A gallon brands from 500 to 1001) sheep, depending on size of brand and care in When you need dip" remem- ber Cooper's is standard.. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store ia Rose Bushes For Sale Hardy Pot Grown Jtoselnishes, Nothing bettor for bedding 50 centseach Per Dozen Without pots Frache Bros. Florlnts Search for Bodies -Mr. and (Jlies have gone to Quelit't, iiiey will search for the bodies of, Mr and Mrs. Cressuell of this city, who were lost' in the Em- press of Ireland wreck, and. the remains of W Giles and Miss B Hammor. Passes were, furnished by the G.P.R. Will Delay Drilling F. ,J. Moaedale of, upon whose farm a syndicate of eastern men have secured oil leases, was in the city yesterday. He states that the syndicate will not proceed with the deevlopment for some time. There are numerous smalt gag wells in the vicinity of the Mosedale farm. Full Meeting of Board of Trade There will be a full meeting of the Board of Trade on Friday niffht at the Board rooms in Gait Square. It is expected that the committee ap- pointed to look into the matter of livestock distribution "will have some Interesting reports to make, and im- portant action may be taken. City Employees Play Cricket Much enthusiasm exists around the City hall over the cricket game, which is to. be played tonight at Henderson Park, between the city employees and the' Lethbrfdge Cricket team. The game is called for and Chief Skelton Is the leader the aggrega tion which accepted the challenge is- sued some time ago by the Cricket club. Subway Progressing 'Work on street sub- way is proceeding rabidly. John Brodie has several teams, at work, and the grading oh the south side IB practically finished.' piles have been driven to the north' of the resn'ar main track of the C.P.R., arid a tem- porary trestle constructed. W.hen this Is completed, and the grading work on.the north side finished, trains will run over this trestle, while the 'work of excavation urb- ceeds. The contract calls for the completion of tho structure by Aug uat.l., Drenching Rains in North II. A. Driggs, well known in the south, and who was recently appoint ed as superintendent at the Provin- cial gaol at Fort Saskatchewan, is'in the city for a few days. Mr. Drigga says that the north country lias re- ceived a fine drenching in the past few days.'iiutl that crop prospects are excellent- .He also'states that where summerfallowlng .lias been practised in.the soiUh, the prospects are ly ,as good, while he finds that the general tone o; business In the south to be better than in the north. The new gn'ol .at Port Saskatchewan is not yet completed, hut Mr. Driggs I expects pint the-main portion will bo javailable. for occupancy by the- he- Mr. Uriggs is n great believer in prison, farms, and has established a 22f5-acro farm near tho twenty-four acrefl of which jhaH boen .broken, and IB.in garden j this year.' Rummage Sale Under the auibleei of ST. ANDREW'S LADIES AID in Miner's Hall llth commence at 2 pm Refreshments of.' Ice Cream, Cake, -Lemonade, and Orangeade will be Strawberry and Ice Cream Social Thursday Evening 7 o'clock DR. J. E. LOVERING'S RESI- DENCE, 812 3rd Ave. S. Under Auspices Wesley Ladles' Aid. They make each other delicious People who like fruit and people who like "FORCE" should just see how deliciously. these two good things go together.- Try a sliced few juice of an orange. peach, either fresh or preserved; with TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES for your next breakfast .The crisp, nut-tasting flakes of "FORCE" (whole wheat cooked with malt) and the fruit, will make a meal after which bacon and eggs will 'seem superfluous! FORCE, the healthful way to eat wheat. Made byTtw fl-O Company, HtrtHtan. and Sold by 1411 WOMEN'S RIGHTS Whcilior women have the right, to vote dr. no) they have the fight to a good cup of Tea and they arc guaranteed the licit when they drink find with 25 ctnti to Blue Ribbon, Limited Wlnnlptg, for the Hue Ribbon Cook Book. The beit cook book Itr'utt In Weitern Write tiima ;