Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO Hotel Windsor Btit a Day Hotel In Albfrta 1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Or, Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG for laiapleE. and -bo convinced: Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. Too can obtain this food from the following Sealers: 'Taylor Milling 6 Elevator Co., Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Nelson, B. C. Pacific Grain Co., Cil- iary, Alta. Cunpbell, Wilson Horns, Lcthbridge, Alia. Crown Feed Produce Co., Calgarj-, Alta. Ellison Milling ft Elevator Lethbrldee, Alta. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Alta; A. Mscdonald. Co., Lethbridge, Alta. Ogllvie Milling Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta Hobin Hood Mills, Calgary, Alta. WOOF! The Fullest Supply of Fresh Goods This Week This week 81 boiiies, Hing anil Goobeberrich are com- 1110 iu fredv fiom Washington. Piiees doinmoditics are now A en reasonable Cnliloruia IVaohos, Plums, aic OH the imulvel IHH ihe WASHINGTON STRAWBERRIES Price 'per Basitot B' C> Sliawbomes. 15c 15c RING CHERRIES Price" per' Price 'box B. C. C.OOBEBEfffilBS Large puce each CALIFORNIA CANTALOUPES Price each RIPE-TOMATOES Price per pound CALIFORNIA PEACHES Price per dozen' CALIFORNIA- PLUMS Price per pound CALIFORNIA APRICOTS Pries per pound HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS Pries each n OHlin GRAPE FRUIT 1 irgo size ill Ice each CUllOHMA GRAPE FRUIT 25c Smlll size 4 for 75 Uirgei 3 for 25c HOME GROWN .ASPARAGUS 20c tendei, pi Ice pounds for 35c I1O.ME GROWN RADISHES 20c and 2Sc Per bunch 5c IIOMB GROWN GREEK ONIONS 25C Price 3 bunches for lOc HOME GROWN RHUBARB 35e rei pound C NEW C4BBAGE 2Qc Per pound 6c B C LEPTljCB 20c Per head 10c SLICED OX-TONGUE 'Oc and 25c Bentos, finest quality, pel pound 70c Office: THE GOOD CO. rbone II11 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER M 40 03 BASEBALL FRIDAY EVENING AT Bow Island Vs., Lethbridge SOUTHERN ALBERTA "BASEBALL. LEAGUE Admiss'loH (Srand Stand 25c Lethbridge, cloud} Cdmontra, fan SasVitoca, clear Regma, Uear Portage, clear Kamloops, fair I Pcnticton 1 Caiman, tair Macleod, Clear Medicine Hat fair iit-jrt Moose clear Brandon clear t1, innipejr, fair I ort cloud( Grand Forks Unl) a feu light shovers ol ram lave occurred' .and the weather tiroughout the Iftaine provinces has mostly fine. 'aiid cooler TiUt'tem- leratures have risen in Northern 'Al- ;erta. FORECAST .Western Provinces Fine and moderately ...warm', today. and on Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT Open New Poo! Room Cotargs Bros, .are opening a pool Tcom.--nextrdoor to their ice-cream par- lor on. Fifth "street. Finished'Shearing Harvey of liis two sops, John and Foster, are visi- tors Ih; town today. -Mr. Harvey has finished shearing his large band or shipped three carloads of' wool.-yesterday to Boston. Crops Good on Summer Fallow Charles Egau of Warner is a visitor in the1 city, bridge. Mr. Egan states that he nev- er saw the crops In the south country, which 'were sown on summer fallowed land, looking any better than they are at the present time. The rain yesterday, accqrdin? to reports Mr. Egaji heard, well into the homestead country east of 'Warner, TVliore the conditions are better than they have been for years. Battery Off to Calgary With the largest enlistment in its history, aggregating'a full contingent, and with'Major Dr. J. S. Stewart in command, the 25th Battery of the Canadian Field Artillery left the city this morning at eight o'clock on a special train for their two weeks' 84 39 63 18 '2 18 72 18 75 47 61 50 67 12 78 44 64 36 67 48 61 14 1' 84 52 68 40 OS CITY AND DISTRICT "Lundb-eck -Oil Man A. H. Knight of Lundbreck- is in-the city today oa business- in connection with some oil leases. Vag. Gets 'Twenty -Days One 'was given twenty days in .he barracks "this morning by Pollce- Magistr'ate Elton, and a drunk was released on suspended, sentence. Bank "Clearings Bank clearings for .the.week.ending today were as. compared with for the. corresponding week last- June.- camp at- Calgary. Some of the corps left yesterday, but the main body em- barked .on Ihe special this morning. The advance consisting of twelve men, in charge of Captain Me- and-Lieut-Godwin spent the larger part of yesterday on the camp ground, pitching .the tents, and erect- ing the, cook houses and shelters, in readiness for the" remainder of the battery. Included in the special this morning were eight horse cars, one .baggage, car, four and three 'coaches. The horses were loaded at yards last night. The men at the barracks of the R.N.W. M.P., at seven o'clock this mornins and marched to the station. This year the officers of the resplendent in handsome uniforms which have the merit of being en tirely "made In having been turned out in the shop-of E. W .'the mill up In his endeavor to take Kingston, the local tailor. it away, causing Mrs. Hobbs to fall -______ i therefrom. The hearing took place at jthe Mounted Police barracks before Look Who's Here C." R Harris ap- Visitors in the city today for Hobbs; and B. C. McKen- ?Je for the accused.. Recall Coramittet Meets A meeting of the "Recall" commit- tee of the-Trades-and Labor Council wasvheld last night, and it is expected that their the'parent body at tonight's meeting will fce interest- ing. Made the'Collector Pay G. F, near Picture Butte, succeeded yesterday IE getting a collector for.tbe.John.'Deere Co., a man named Woods, fined and costs for assault- en his wife.- Woods was alleged to have' used- imdue -force, in endeavoring to seize a'fanning'mill which the complainant claims he had no right to Mrs, Hobb's 'was sitting en the miii, and Woods'tipped A. Murphy, Calgary; R- B. Beattie, Crahbrook; J. T. Tennant, Calgary; :C. Drill, Medicine Hat; Wm. Smart, Milk River Colin Macleod, Macleod; f. E. Bullock, Taber; G. A. Burgess, jW Army Friends Acknowledgement Mr. and .Mrs. A. Tulloch and fam- AJ. ..y, Third avenue North, also An- Macleod; E. A. Sum my, Warner; -I. j drew Tulloch of Sweet Valley, de- C, Neddie, Nan ton; S. Burns and AV. jsire to express, their sincere thanks Patterson, N'obleford, and W. E. Mrs, Captain Tutte and comrades derson and wife, Carlstadt. of the local corps of the Salvation _ Armv. and the citizens of Lethbridge, Famous for their low gas consumption and superior cookinfi All burners on Gas Ranges Buttt to burn natural are fitted with air'.'mixer that i economizes gas. 40 different styles and sizes. See the .McClary dealer. Sold by Nat. Gas, Light Appli. Co, Loc'iil Asonts. for their most practical sympathy to- and Mrs. FJunter, in the great disaster to the Empress of .Ireland.. these tokens or sympathy will ever he cher- ished by us the.prayer.o[ ant broken hearts is that the promotion of our loved ones will bring about tiie extension of Hie .Tesur. Christ in this city, wish to thank tlie JUv.'Jlr.; lloss, llev. Jlr.1 Cameron, Rev. Mr. IJryan, Rev. Jlr. Cobbledlck.'.and' othi-r .ministers il.oir love to us In this our darkest hour. 1 bring about KSitgdiini Qf j i ity. We also j BUSINESS LOCALS Arlington Hotel Barter Shop. Shave lOc; hair cut 25c. Remember the dance In Burgman's Hair tonight. Refreshments. 'Imper- ial Orchestra. Tickets 11.00. ladles' freo. Complete stock of Victrolas togeth- M with SOOO Victor Records. Vlclro- per week atitl up. Call and us todny. Mason nad Ulsoh, Vic- tor Dept. "You Never Know Your Luck Being the of a I Mafcimioii'al Deseiter Gilbert PaiLer per copy f T copy postpaid The Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd. j Third Camera Enthusiasts THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock! noon on the day of publication Court Unity A. 0. P.. wlH meet in St.'Mary's Parish hall, at eight .o'- clock tonight. All members arc urg- ed to-attend, as important business l Visiting inmttherS arp. :cordiallv invited. Canadian .Order of Foresters meet tonigut at 8 o'clock in the K. of P. hall. Band concert, Citizens' band, on Gait at S o'clock. Wesley and Knpx juniors play base- ball tonight at the Barracks grounds at 6.30. There will be a regular meeting of the Trades and Labor Council tonight ii the-iiabor Temple, commencing at 8 ii.m. St. Cyprian's Church Adult Bible class are holding an ice-cream social n the Parish hall' tonight. CITY -AND.DISTRICT Mr. Peters in Town P.-H. Peters, director ot the Irriga- tion branch at Calgary, returned to the city this morning, after spending several days in the Cardston district. CITY AND DISTRICT Former Resident Visits George J BadKe formerly of this citj, but now the Manle Leaf Rubber Go.-of Port-Da'ihousie, Out., is n town few days Arbitration Case. Yesterday Tbe arbitration proceedings iu con- nection with a disDUtc between the Southern Alberta band Co. and fann- ers iu the liosemead district, regard to a right of.way for an irnga tidn canal, ivhich >v'as to have been held last was held lesterdaj at the camps north of the city R V H..J. H. Skeith and Judge Jickson, the arbiters L Lati law of Medicine Hat anpeared for the company, and Shepherd, Dunlop Rice -for the farmers. hound the World A Jisl.ugu -I.eJ rs-t" are the-partakers of Mine Host .Mle- bach's hospitality at the Lethbridse Hotel route on a tour, fpu'nd the world. The party consits, of Mr. and. .Mrs. Miss Shotsmaus, Mr and Mrs Carpentier, the Misses D. BaHuin, .Mis.. Barrels, and Miss Barroib The party are travelling eastward- on. their 'way to the Atlantic, having arrived at.Van- couver some days ago.' from .Yoko- hama on one of the Pacific -Empress- es The; ire prominent people in business and social .circles rope, and .make their honis at Lille, Prance. They are travelling for pleasure, and spent- the-larger part of the day in the the points of interest. Kodali -Wftys are here. We line of': "Fresh" Films. We do Developing Printing Enlarging 'at a moderate pmc. Work luts'urjmssed. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store W TELEPHONE NO. 32J Strawberry and Ice Cream Social Thursday 7 o'clock DR. J. E. UOVERING'S RESI- DENCE, 812 3rd Ave. S. Under Auspices Wesley Ladies' AW. Big Drilling Contracts The International Supply Co. of Medicine Hat, has a total of worth of contracts, which developed out of the oil activity, including con- tracts for drill and drill dressing and repairing. Decision Upheld The apj'tal against Judge .Tpffik- sojn's decision in the Haihvorth-Gray case heard In Calgary, was disallowed. Shepherd Dunlop appeared for Gray and Jno. R. Palmer for the Hallwbrth. Thank City Officials Mrs. Captain Tutte and members of the local corps-of the Salvation Army, also relatives of Brigadier and Mrs. Hunter appreciate the presence of Mayor Hardie and the City police, as a token -of great respect and sym- pathy to our departed comrades, Brig- adier and Mrs. Hunter and children. The memorial service on Sunday, night will lie conducted .by Adjutant Kemp of Calgary, who was a soldier under Mrs. Hunter's command over twenty-seven years ago in the Old Country. Band Will be 25 Strong Bandmaster Clino received word from E. L. Richardson, manager o[ Ihe Calgary Exhibition, thnt in order to give the Lethbridge band boys a better chance to show ui> against the larger bands at the Fair, he would be glad to'havn twenty-five pieces. In- stead of twenty, as originally arrang- ed for. The Lethbridge band is to parade daily throughout the fair from the Alberta Hotel to the Fair grounds, and will fill engagements for special attractions. With this added number of nieces, the band will make a bet tor showing than last year, when their playing was the subject of much favorable comment among those in attendance. The massed band at the Cnlgary fair this year will consist of 125 pieces. Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. C. and L. Snow, Props. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fiihing Retort of the Kootenay's WRITE FOR INFORMATION NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that, the Co-PartnershIp heretofore subslstini between U Bedford and M. 1' Johnston as Heal Entate Agents, un dor the firm name of The Iowa-Alberta Land Co., at Lethbriuge, has been solved by consent. Thd bus! ness will hereafter he carried on by M. P. under the name' of M P Johnston Company In Suite 2 Alberta Block, by whom all debts ot the old llrm will bo pali and to whom all outstanding accounts due the old firm are to be paid. LethbrldKC, Juno 10, 1014. M P. JOHNSTON, D. BEDFORD. The Moonshiners Dance KP. Hall, Friday, June 12th Tickets Dancing 9 to 1 1 Starland Orchestra Auction Sale Household Furniture 'AT 420 5tli ST. SOUTH, NEAR TUB STAND PIPE, ON Tomorrow, Fiidayjune 12 AT 2 P.M. SHARP' W. L. WIlisON, Auctioneer, is Instructed by Mr. CalweU-to sell the 4. Walnut Dressers u'ith extra large Mirror 3 Walnut Beds, Springs Mat- tresses 1 Iron Bed, Spring Mattress 1 Brass Bed, Spring Mattress 4 picco Parlor Suite Several Rockers 1 Grass Arm Chair 1 Grass Centre Table (round) 1 Sanitary Couch complete 2 Upholstered Couches Centre Tables 1 Sideboard. 1 Extension Table 1 Raymond Sewing Machine, drop head One S-Day Clock Portieres, Blind's, Curtains Linoleum, Carpets, Rugs 1 Mangle Kitchen Table, Chairs One 4-hole JlcClary Range with Reservoir One 2-holo .Oil Stove Dishes, Kitchen Utensils, etc. -NO RESERVE AUCTIONEER'S PHONE. 1023 TERMS AUCTION SALE of f Horses, Cattle, Wagons, Buggies Harness TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1914 MARKET, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. J team orilareG, riOo Iba. 6'and 7 years old, matched. '1 team of Ocldlngs, L'SOO Ibs, 6 years oM. 10 .gcnrt work horses from 8 to 10 years old. 8 Ixnv" Farm' Truck Wagons. .2 Wagons'witli Double Box. 3 Single Biigglea. 2 Democrat ]3uggios. Double Harness and Single1 Harness: Also-200 live. Chickens and Ducks will lie offered. TERMS CASH Any one wishing' ta dispose comf. lo tills market your goods wllh us, and wo will try. to dispose of .them tor you at reasonable nrlccs. Thin. Is the.only place to sell -.ma goods other markets prove. Come and give, us a. trial and satisfy yourself. PHONE 1346 J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer, Letnbrldgt.