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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Bnt a Day Hotel In AlbirU LETHBRIDGE HERALD WHEN IN The Dallas Hotel li Out Mo lint M A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for samples and be convinced. Mads by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You rsn obtain this food from the following dealers: Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Ellison Milling Elevator Co., Lethbridge, Alta. LethbrUge, 'Alts. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Medicine Hat Milling Co., Sledl- Nelson, B. C. clno Hat, "Aita. Alberta'Pacific Grain Co., Cal- A. MacdonaM Co., Letsbridge, gary, Alto. AUa. Ogilvie Milling-Co., Ltd., Jledl- cine.Hat, ilia. Crown Feed Produce Co., Calgary, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Place Orders For Preserving Cherries, V Gooseberries and Strawberries Now By cluing so we will liu tilik- In give you- Hie very best- at the.-most priffs. All orders buoUod- in iidyiiiice an always looked after first after lYrsli shipments arrive: We are inlonned Ihat this will be about'the lies! time to gel your UJNTi and UOYAL ANN CHKKRIKS. We expect an extra large shipment sonic lime during tlic week'. Wnleli this space for speeial announcement: U.'O. Strawberries and Cioosebcrries. iire slnrling If or 378. The Baker Max. 64 7C .70 76 .73 j Red Deer, clear...... 73 i Prince Albert, clear... SO j Saskatoon, clear 82 I .Moose Jaw, clear.... 78 i Hesina, 73 j Brandon, clear...... 70 jPortase, clear.. 7S Winnipeg, clear..... 76 j Port Arthur, clear 7G Kcmloops, fair.. 82 [Nelson........... S3 Grand Forks S3 i Penticton.......... SO I Grand Forks....... S3 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fine and moderately warm. Forecast All and warm today and Tuesday. 39 48 42 4S .34 43 50 50 IS 45 39 40 38 42. 58 4S 53 50 -53 .36 CITY AND DISTRICT The Valet Process of French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing prevents moths and renews your clothing THE VALET PHONE 1812 60S 3rd AVE. SOUTH. OUR RIG CALLS AT ALL PARTS OF THE CITY C. Sansom, inspector o! the Mac'eod inspectorate, was in the city for a few hours Saturday, returning from Card-i stou, where he paid an official visit. New Billings Co. Manager Mr. I. Salberg, who haa been man- ager of the John Billings Co. branch here for the past two years, has gone i to Winnipeg to the head office, and Henry S. Johnston arrived in the city from Winnipeg-to-take charge of the branch here. The Standard Bank ESTABLISHED 1S73 Paid Up Capital and Assets over Returned from East' Train Baggageman M. FcDonald and wife returned yesterday morning after a six-weeks' visit in the eastern provinces. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald were accompanied by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. CormicK of Monctoa, N.B., who are going to re- side with them. DEVELOPING AND PRINTING AMATEUKS Tu our Kodak Department we have a fur- nished room' for Developing and Finishing work for ama- teurs. If you are not already a customer of. this department we feel that you should give us a trial-order, for the qual- ity of tine work, and the promptness and despatch with, which it is turned out Trill make of-you a regular customer. i All work guaranteed' to be the best possible. MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock- noon on the day of publication Public Market Day tomorrow at Auditorium, Athletic Park. CITY AND DISTRICT Back from Scotland A. J. JI. Swort, who travels out.oC' Lethbridge, for the Gaits, Limited, 'has returned to the city from a trip to Scotland. TlieRMf j and JBoql Co., Ltd. Veterinaries Busy Dr. H. S. Cawsey of the Edmonton I veterinary station; Dr. Watson of the j local office, and F. Wilsbrier, a stud- i ent at the local ciuarantine station, I returned to the city this morning, af- ter visiting different points in the south country. 120 BRANCHc? THROUGHOUT. THE DOMINION BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may- hy parties a distance- and be conducted by mail. Such accounts will receive our very best attention. Withdrawals or deposits can be made as satisfactorily in this manner as by a personal visit to our office. Lelhbridge -Branch, 315 I3th Street North G. F. "Bletcher, Manager Homesteader Burned Out The house, with its entire contents, of Volney Phillips, of were burn- ed last Monclav evening in :i ed by an overheate'd stove. Christian Church Services The service at 'the Christian church was well attended, both morn- i ing and evening yesterday. At the morning service, Mr. J. S. Raum, the evangelist, 'who is holding a series of meetings for tiie congregation, ad- i dressed the audience'on the suhject, j "What Think Ye of In the evening a special Children's program was siven, which proved interesting to all nresent. The offering for For- eign Missions, which 'Children's Day celebrates, amounted to something river A special meeting for i Christians only, members of ail Hotel Outlet Proctor, B; C. G. and L. Snow; Props. FISHING BOATING 3ATHINC TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays Agent for Red Msn W. .1. Dihvorth, Indian agent for the i ohni-ciiea "lieiilg Invited to participate, ire Reserve' wes in tllc clty i is to he held at this evening, fol- i Saturday, registered at the Alexandra. a sneclal practice for ______ the week's services. I New Physical Director on Job ________ James Thompson, of Nelson B. C., Splandid Agency was appointed physical director of the x. F. Gilkcy, representing Pinkerlon Y. M. C. A. on Saturday niKht by Co United States detective ag. Kodak Albums Keep a record of your Snap Shots. We have these in all sizes. Solid, bound and loose leaf, IMITATION SEAL MOROCCO WALRUS AND SILK CLOTH 75i: to A full line of Camera Sup- plies at Eastern prices. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. Store Tne TELEPHONE NO. 322 Rev, Dr. .Cord Dead Rev. Dr. Cord, who for three years has been agricultural editor of the Calgary News Telegram, died sud- denly after a short illness at Cal- gary yesterday. Dr. Cord "was for three years rector of the Anglican Church at Granum, and filled the pul pit of St: Augustin's Church here for a short time some years ago. Look Who's Here Visitors -in. the.'City on Saturtiaj were: E. A-- Cunningham, Calgary; J. P. Grigg, Stettler; C. Hoaglin, Bow Island; B. Gallon, Grassy Lake; Wal- ter E. Leigh, Spokane; J. Blackburne, H. Crowley and C. 'Strand, Burdett H. K. Underwood, and G. F. Ridgedale ;'ahd E. Bow Island. Steamship The Allan, liner Scotian is reported 165 miles east 06 Cape Race. Due to reach Quebec Saturday forenoon, -Mon- treal Sunday a.m. Passengers reach Lethbridge on June IS. The Hesperian from Glasgow is re- ported 375 miles east of Cape Race Due at Quebec Sunday afternoon. S.s. Laurentic was due at Quebec on Saturday night. Look Who's Here Some of the visitors In town today are: Leo. J. English, Calgary; F. C. Bruce and C. Wi Kortright, Macleoil; J. W. Russell, Taber; J. A. Crane, Granum; V. M. Backus, Calgary; Guy Pallister, Milk River; Chas. Selglo Taber; J. F. Anderson, Jr., Raymond; W. II. Mclntyre, Jr., Magrath; J. A. Mc.N'abb, Grassy Lake; W. J. and A. .1. Greig, and W. D. Ransom, J. W. Bender and J. M. Hess, Nanton. Off to England Her. F. E. and Mrs. lioothroyd of Taber left on Saturday afternoon for England. They will sail on the Cal- garian. II. II. B.D., of this cltv, will fill the pulpit during Kev. .Mr. Boothroyd's absence. Trip Was In Vain Mr. and Mrs. John Giles of this city have returned from Quebec, where they went to if possible, the remains of Mr. and -Mrs. Joe Cress- well, William Giles and Emma Ham- mer, who went down on the ill-fated Empress of Ireland. They were un able to identify any of the unidenti- fied bodies, and 'will have to wait til the thousand or more bodies still in the wreck are recovered. C.O.F. Church Farads The C. O. F. 24th annual church parade .took place yesterday evening, members of this Spurious Alberta Arch Masons Tlie Toronto Globe says: "The for- mation of a Masonic bcdy at Calgary entitled tho Grand Chapter of AI herta, has resulted in the suspension from the Grand Chapter of noya! Arch Masons of Canada of the first the grand secretary and ihe officers who were concerned ,in Thb iimoi pa it of the berry 'ground, bolted nnd dieted by the most modem miulnnelv undci the careJ-ul ol inost competent milJcis. FREE Demonstration And Advice on all Foot Ailments by the Toronto Foot Specialist CVermilyea, D.C.O. Friday and Saturday and 20 No charge for your feet ex- amined by ihe expert, who will tell'you just what todo for any foot ailment you have. will also demonstrate Scholi's _ and'Foot Specialties No miner what foot-ill or deformity you may have, there is a Scholl Appliance or remedy that will give you instant, and per- manent relief. Ome ULsnd, have your feet examined No obligation to buy anything Tell your friends. i r Do' not, miss tunity to consult a qualified Orthopedist at our expense.- WJ. Nelson Co. THE FOOT TOGGERY.. CITY AND DISTRICT Boston Wool Buyer R. L. Stewart; a Boston wool buy- ;r, is registered at Tho Leth'jrMEe. Street Car Service Friday TJie change to the one-man car sys- tem will be made oh Friday, Juno The appointments to the service'have not yet heen made. Commissioner Reid states that they .jvill be made public oii Wednesday. .The Farmers'. Trouble .7. D. Smith, chief weed inspector for the province, was in the city on Saturday, registered at ihe Alexandra, ilr. Smith motored Clnres- iiolm and continued on tn .Medicine Hat on an inspection of the district. The farmers, he says are seriously handicapped by a lack of funds, to do the work really necessary, -but he states that they arc ready t.b improve and clean up to tlw best their ability. 1.0.0.F. Honor Deceased trlrthren: Some '2K graves ware decorated by the brethren of the deceased., mem- bers, of t'he fndenc O of 0 id- fellows, yesterday, when the 'annual memorial day was celebrated by the local lodges." members tllin- out and decorated Uie graves'of their departed brethren in the'public cem: ctcry; whiloi coire-Hiondmgly large representation from the Noith 1 eth- brltlge-lodges thi. glares of the old cemetery. Geraniums were planted on each fcilie white carnations wore lnd in sprue in ad- dition. The regular memorial ser- vices were held. Will Exchange Clear Title to some MORNINGSIDE LOTS GOOD OIL STOCKS Houses to Rent. Money to Loan DOWSLEY Ml'Lllr.HNlMDG? i Board of Directors and commenced! ,.ncy, is in the city. From the letters about forty his duties morning. recommendations he has it ap-' thriving order met at the K. of P. hall, ________ that the company are getting: at 7 o'clock, and marched to West- Steamship Movements splendid results in the United States j minster Methodist church, the officers C P R. agent S. Mitchell re- and in Canada. Because of their wearing collars with the orders col- pcrts tho following: Donaldson liner 1 many branch offices In the. Dominion jors and a crepe rosette attached, and Cassandra reported cast of CapnLnd in the. United Slates and their de-1 badges in mourning to their deceased Race AU" Quebec tonight Montreal j lootive connections in all parts of tl j brother, J. A. Neidlg. The Rev. J. B. Tuesday' evening. Western passon-j world, they arc able to effect settle-1 Francis preached a most appropriate "era should arrive in Lethbridge. Sim-lments in numerous cases that were (sermon, and in the course of his ad- clay June, 21st. The Allan line, Cor-1 apparently utterly hopeless. The dress touched on the great loss o, inthian will sail from London or, i company are highly recommended by life In Ihe Kmpress of Ireland disas- Juno liith instead of June I Hh and i the National Hanker of Chicago, Busi- ter. He made reference to the vast ifrom Montreal on Wednesday, July ness America of New YorU, Rand, Me- amount of relief work that has been Nelly's Banker of Chicago, as well as done by the Order filnce Its inception other financial and doily papers of' in aiding the widows nnd orphans, the country. The company already! and looking after the sick, 1st instead of June 28th. Vags "Mosey On" Three alleged vagrants were p by the police of the C. P. R. and'fjrrrjs the city police yesterday, and lodged tn the cells at the slation. They ap- peared before Police Magistrate ttl- ton this morning putting up the-usual hard luck plea. One man had walked from Crows Nest and had found only a few hours work nil the way. They were all given au opportunity to get wcrli or set out of tho city. have contracts with over seventy having been paid out toward tho sup. firms in Alberta. They have branch I port of these dependents, lie took his offices in many of the large cities of the United States and Canada. BORN On June 14th, to Mr. nnd Mors' 1705 2nd Avo., N., on Sunday quarter century. June Hti, a daughter. W take place next year. text from the Psalms, "Blessed are they who die in the. combining Ilia address to the Foresters .with a memorial sermon In honor of, the wreck victims. The order In Leth- Is growing steadily, and the He' members are already uii'iijns o? their celebration Which is the election of the new officers, by order of the Grand First Principal, Judge McWatt of Sarnla. The new body was styled by an edict served at large as being "irregular, spurious and clan- destine." Market Day Tomorrow A effort has been made by W. D. Finley and .1. A. Smllh. promot- ers of the local market at Kck- jtorm building near toe ball park, to have eucugh produce on the ground for the demand which they arc sure will be tomorrow, the th'ird market day. They arc looking for a record breaking crowd, and that means over 800. Market hours are from 8 o'clock until noon, and an auc- tion sale will be held in the after- noon. "jVUSINESS. LOCALS All the new June Viclor Records now on sale In our Victor Depart, menl. .Mason Risen Limited. IBC-ll Complete stock of Vir.trolns togetli- od with 3000 Records. Vlctro. las per week nnd up Call anil Mason and nisch, Vic ice us today. tor Ucptl ALL AROUMD Continues This Week ig Savings All Over The Store You Save On Everything You Buy ;