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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE 8US TO AJ-L TRAINS. Hotel Windsor BHt a Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDQB The Dalits Hotel Beit and MMt Convtn- Itnl M IKir A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR .YOUNG CHICKS WjSte for samples nud be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevatos Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You can ODtaln Ms food from taylor Milling Elevator Co.. Alta. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., m, B: c. Alberta Paclflo Grain Co., Cal- gary, Alta, Campbell. Wilson fi Home, .Lethbridge, Alta. Crown -Feed- Produce Co., Alta. the following dealers: Ellison Jlillits Elevator Co, LeUibridgo, Alta. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Aita. A..MacdonsM Co., Letnbridge, Alta. Ogilvie Milling Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, A1U. THE VALUABLE FEATUEES OF A JOINT ACCOUNT the Standard Bank of are many. Either party may maTce withdrawals or deposits at any time, and if one skou.d die :the. funds are not tied up, as the survivor can 'withdraw the monej without delay or legal formality. Standard Bank Cinada Established A 873 .TOTAL ASSETS BRANCHES AND AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Letlibritlge Branch, 315 13th Street North G. F. Bletcher, INCORPORATED 1869 Capital Paid Up Reserve Rates': and' under ndt-esceStlingSlO, Over 510, not ciceeding f30. Over riot exceeding ?50, tic.' lOc, loc. wijh.oti.rE. CYiitoo .iccpted') and XfM. at my Bunk-ia C.SJ. ---------at nil principal ia Great 37ttain aad Ireland at over points LETHBRIOGC BRANCH J. M. AifKEN, Manager. B.C. Strawberries arc the most economical lo preserve Why? Because a crate is almost twice the size of the Amertcan berry crate If you wish to lie shown. Id 'us do' Hie'showing. JR. G. Berries are arriving .in cx- eellei.l "condition. Season is now. on. Place your orders early so as not to be disap- pointed ami get none. Price per crate B. C. FKESH HEAD LlCTri'CK- Just in, price per head..........10c ROYAL ANN Spediil today and while they lust, 10 IT) box, per PRESEHVING expect another and likely the last lot cither .the last of this week or .the beginning of nnxt. Prices will be reasonable. Place .orders now. ...SI.10 All kinds oi' fresh goods arriving daily. BLACK 'REPUBLICAN lOlb boxes, special while the lot lasts per 1UNG have so lar not had word about (lie extra large lot for preserving that we were to have this week, but we feel confident that it will be not later than next week. Watch this "space for particulars. Office: Phone12171 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, clear Edmonton. fair-... Calgarv, fair Medicine Hat. fair ilaeleod, clear i Red Deer, cloudy Prince Albert, cleudy. Saskatoon, dear.. Moose Jaw, clear.. Regina, clear. j Brandon, clear. Portage, clear. .._. .Winnipeg, clear jPort Arthur, dear IKamlouiis, cloudy.'. Nelson j Penticton I Grand Forks The weatlier throughout the prairie provinces lias been mostly fine and Unite warm.' A few scattered show- icrs have occurred. I Forecast All Fine warm to- day and Thursday; thunderstorms in a few -localities. CITY AND Visitors -Today Kinney anil W-. S. Jacobs of j Calgary. 0. Sherwood of the Beav- f er J .Carter a'. Fernie and; J. C. Hobbs of Taber are registered at the Dallas. Oh, Those Freckles JIany women are unable to enjoy "the health siring pro- perties of good Canadian sun- shine simply because they immediately reap a fine crop of freckles. You n.eedn'1 worry about that. Go ahead and enjoy a out in it all day. If freckles come Nyal's Freckle Lotion will remove them as well as the tan. if your skin gets burned, Xval's will take out the soreness .and redness. Nyal's Hre'cKle Lotion is only half a dollar while the cieaf sells for ,a quarter. Don't forget that "NYAL'S The Red Drag and Book Co., Ltd, __ Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock "noon on the day of publication THE BULLETIN BOARD Council of the Lethbridge Board of Trade wfil meet 'at luncheon at the Lethbridge Hotel 'tomorrow (Thurs- day) at 12.30. Special meeting of the Recall com: mittee In'the Labor Temple at S o'- clock tonight. All those of the com- mittee having: petitions are requested to. bring them, as the list of names will be considered. CITY AND DISTRICT Bow Island Boosters Walter Wa'ilwortli and Harold Beat- ,'iie are registered at the Alexandra Lfrom Bow Island. Clean and Pure Tho inner pnrt of tlio wheat berry ground, bolted niul dressed by the most modern machinery under th'0 careful vigilance of .most competent millers. We uphold our reputation for GOOD CLEANING and DYEING If you live out of town write us THE VALET PHONE 1812 608 3rd SOUTH. OUR RIG CALLS AT ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Good Record for Lethbndge Bishop Pinkliara, -in his address at .he opening of the. Synod meetiug at aryVmade a lengthy reCereuce to LIFTS SAL! In the matter of Seizure under Distress for Rent. Charles Frank -Killien. Tenant. sell Public Auction At Two O'clock in the afternoon on Thursday, the 18th Day of June, 1914 at TCillien's Ice Cream 1'arlor. Kmjiress Bile., Fifth the follovving: for Ice Creiim Par- lor, being Soda Fountain, Chairs. Tables. Cash Register, Scales. Show- Cases, Wall Case, etc., etc. Terms T. J. Will Lxchange Clear Title to some -MORNINGSIDE LOTS 'GOOD'on.'STOCKS Houses lo Il'Mit. Money to Loan roomed cottage, water, sew- er and- light, all1 fenced, Only Rmall cayli iiiiynu-nl; hfilance ikft rent. GET BUSY Apply 916 Etll Street South. Masonic Notice On Thursday. Juno IS, at S prcmr-t. Lethbridge Lodge, No. 8fl. will welcome the G.M. on .his official visit, accompanied by tlie DiD.G.JI, and G.S.! Visitors are cordially invited to he present. j Some Farmer This .Medicine Hat. News: Yesterday af- ternoon Secretary' Wiicos received a visit from a farmer named Love, wlio; is tilling 3000 .acres of unirrigated! Hand near Retla'n-, Mr. Love stated, [that he has whc-at twenty incites hlgli; [growing on his land. He is also one; of tlie largest hog raisers in that part I of the country and expects to iiave i SOO by fall. I Prominent Driller in the City I H. .Ipumey, one of the most prominent drillers in Alberta, was in j i the city today, after spending a week I in tlie Kootenays. Mr. Journey states that the mines north of Nf.- 'son are resuming work, and that con-1 1 ditlons generally are favorable.. The j i fruit cron in B'.C., he says, he jone of the best in years. Mr. Jour- i ney is registered at the Dallas. Sunday Evening Sand Concerts Bandmaster Ciine has decided to jgive the nest two band concerts on j Sunday evenings instead of during j the week. He is engaged I every night in the week in coaching j Ithe members of the band who will 'go to Calgary to play at tho exM-bl- itloil, in that he may make a de- Icideil Imiiression. By lioldlBB the on Sunday nights, the band: I hoys will be able to practice every jiM-'ht in the week. Both of these concerts will lie held i" Gait Sf.uare, and after the fair. North Lethuridee will get its share of the concerts. Personal Mention P. .11. Steel of t'ac 'irm a'. V.'oods- Steel, .civil engineers of Pincher is In the city on business. H. K. Tompluns, manager of tlie Ca- nadian Coal Coke Co., oi the Sanltorium at Frank, is registered lit the Lethbridge. A. It. Trites. of Trites-Wood Co., i Penile. IK a visitor-in-the city, regls- itered at the Lethbridge. i J. lIcNanghtori, M.P.P.. of Carman- cay, is in town on hunineas. 1 II. K. proprietor nt tho Lethbridge Hotel, hau returned from Kdmonton, he attended fi meet, ing of the Licensed VictuallerB' asso- tiation. of U'arner and II. of Stirling are registered at "rucamlra. I A. .vinchlcqmbs V0f V.'innifred is the'visitors In tho city today. Spoilges This is the Weather for them Our line of sponges in- cludes everything worth while. There .are big, coarse crass sponges for washing .woodwork, etc.; sponges for- Ihe bath, slate sponges, silk sponires and fine velvety pponges for the baby, and sponges for practically every purpose. There is a great difference in sponges, as great as there in rubber seeds and many other articles in common usage. Two sponges may loolc alike and be of size, yet one will last much longer and stand rougher usage than the other. Here again quality is everything and it pays to get the best. We can please any pocket. Prices from 10 Cents to J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. store TELEPHONE NO. SZJ Has Exclusive 'Agency Arthur -Humphries is the exclusive jagent-in rLethhriuge for the Brown Scientific Tube, a "'contrivance said to j! make the puncture of. ah old tyre cas- i ing 'almost impossible. Geologist Wouldn't Talk' D. P. Mckinuon of Calgary, a geol- was'ili the city yesterday for a w hours on his to Pinclier Creek. He had not looked over the south field, and so would give out no statement'. Land for Rural Municipality An order-in-council has been passed to set apart for municipal purposes in the rural municipality of Warner, five acres of 'iand in the northeast corner of the n.e. of sec. 21, twp. 5, range New Post Offices Two new post offices were opened in the constituency of Medicine Hat this month: Del Bonita, sec. 20, twp Range 21, Wm. Newton, postmaster and Hacke, sec. 14, twp. 1, range 20, Wm. Hacke, postmaster. Notice to. Oddfellows .Members of all the lodges of Odd fellows in the city are requested to gather at the OddTellows' hall tomor- row night, at 7 o'c'iock sharp, to at tend the funeral of Hugh SIcLaughlin in a body. Irrioation Expert in City G D. Walters of the Irrigation branch at Calgary, who worked with Lethbridse as his headquarters, is in the city today. NOTICE All members of the Order of Oddfellows are requested to meet at the Oddfellc-va Hall on Fifth Street tomorrow. Thursday, night at 7 o'clock sharp, to uttemt the funeral of their late brother, Hugh McLaugh- lln._________________________ BUSINESS 'LOCALS All the new June Victor Records now on sate in our Victor Depart- ment. Mason ft Hlsch Limited. 156-? FUH eiso fntnl In tllO new city of Tort .Moody, II. C. ?24B on easy terms. Sales solicitors want- Pull particulars, mans, plana etc. address Terminal Securities Co., Ltd., TIC Molden lilclK.. Vancouver, II. There will li'i auction sale of hoUF.ehohl funiittiro at the K. P. Mall mi I'VMay afternoon' next at Z o'clock sharp, tlie property nf several families who are .leaving thp. city. Absolutely no reserve. See particu- lars on another pus NoldlK, Auctioneer. the [mantes of the diocese, whiUi are not in the condition lie would like. He said all the Anglican churches Lethbridge" were self-supporttng. City of Lethbridge BYLAW NO. 239 (Continued frontpage 11) Proposition "ti" The siim at J.1S2--' 17 shall be raised annually ,o pay the Interest ajid the sunilof ?S0.78 shall be raised ajinnally to provide, a sinking fund to pay :the debt ProposlHon "P" The sum of 5219.- 19 shall be raised annually to pay the the Bum at shall be raised annually to provide a sink- ing fund -to pay the debt. Proposition "Q" The sum ot ?19o. 34 shall be raised annually to the Interest and the sum of 582.11 shall be raised annually to provide a sinking fund to pay the debt. Proposition "R" The Bum of ?4G1.- 65 stall bo raised annually to pay the interest and the sura of shnll be raised''annually to-provide alnhlttg fund to pay the debt. Proposition "S" Tie sum of 5124.- raised annually to pay the interest and tlhe sum of S52.29 BhaJl be raised annually to provide a sink- ing hmd. to ipay the debt- Proposition "T" Tile sum of 5152.- SO shall be raised annually to pay the interest .and ,the sura of shall be raised annually to provide a sink- ing fund'to pay the debt. Proposition "U" The sum of J124.- 65 shall be raised annually to pay interest andj the sum of shall raised ajihiially .to provide a slnk- Evangelistic Services The series of meetings at the Christian church started off very wel llast evening, and an interesting ser mon was delivered by Mr. Raum, set ting forth the value of co-operation and systematic work in an effort q this kind. Tonight the service wil begin at eight o'clock, and we espec ially invite all to be present Sold Like Wildfire The last of an issue of share in the Cardston Oil Gas Co. were subscribed yesterday as a result of the favorable reports submitted by expert George Reynolds. Another block of shares were placed on tile market today, and are selling at 50 cents, just double what the last issue brought. Vlaltcd City Planning Convention J. Reid of "the Utilities department of the. city, returned from a trip to the east yesterday afternoon. During ills absence, Mr. Reid visitor! the City Planning Congress in Toronto, -where Lethbridge was represented. .Mr. Held states that Ihs exhibit from this city did not receive the consid- eration it deserved lit the hands of the principals, as only eight out of ieignieen Vcic Miners' Nominations Close Today Nomlimtlons' for Ilio1 canclldates for election to the, office.of President of the United Mhic. of America, District No. IS, close today at Ferule. Secretary A. J. C'.arlcr was in the city today, but would tilvi: out no Informa- tion on the mibjncl. The nomina- tions will -be made known tomorrow. The election is to lie hold on Juno tt. ins fund to pay the debt. Proposition "V" The sum of 72 Ehall be raised .annually to pay the interest and the sum of shall be raised annually to provide ft sink Ing fund to'-pay Ulie. debt. Proposition "W" Tlie sum of 4G shall be raised annually to pay tho interest and-the of shall be raised annually .to provide a slnk- 'ing fund to pay fclie.debt Proposition "f" The sum of usall be raised annually to pay the interest and bho sum oi ffcnll bo raised annually lo-provide a sink- ing fund to pay the debt. Proposition .The sum of "hall he raised annually to pay the interest and the sum of J.1.CI shall ho raited annually, to provide a sink- Ing fund to pay the debt. Pra'posit'-on "AA" .Tlie sum- of .raised annually to Interest and the sum of 579..0 shall be raised annually to provide a sinking fund to pay the debt. Proposition "BB" .The sum of shall bo ralMd annually, to pay tho interest, and the sum of shall 'bo raised annually to -provide a ninklng fund 1.0 pay the debt. Proposition The sum of 534.87 shall bo raised annually to pay tho interest and the'sura of ishall bo raised .annually 'to provide a sinking fund- to pay Hie 'debt Proportion "DD" The sum of be raloul annually to pay ilio interest and the'-sum of shall to 'raised nrintwlly to provide a sinking fund- to. pay -'iho debt'. Proposition "BE" iTi'lc sum "I shall he raised annually to pay the Interest, and the aunt of shall' be raised annually to provide a sinking fund, to-pay the debt. Proposition "FF" 'The mim oi shall be rnlrcd annually to pay the Interest and tlie sum of ?BOS.- r.S shall bo raised annually to provide a sinking-fund to pay tho debt. .Proposition "GG" The sum oP S21.62 aboil be raised annually to pay. Interest and the sum of 19.04 shall. )e raised annually to provide a sink- Ing fund to pay the debt. Proposition The sum of ehflll be raised annually to pay. the Interest and tile sum of shall be raised annually to provide aj sinking fund to pay the debt. 5. That the Mayor attend ad his office in the City, of Lethbridge aB 1.0 o'clock in '.be forenoon on the sej cond (2) of July A.D. 1DH and 1C requested shaJl appoint .two person-R to attend at the final swming ui> ofi the votes and cue -person to attend] at each polling place cm behalf of the PM-BODB In-tereBted In promptiaa the; passing of this Bylaw-axul It like, number on behalf of thf pererfni ln-1 tereateit In opposing tUft paailif ct this Byton-. 6. Tbe Ctork shill ofi flee In the City.of Lett-bridge (n the 4th oay of July A.D 19U at tfca hour of 10 o'clock in -Ihe forenoon sum up-the number of rotes for andi against the By-law. 7. This iBy-law shall-take effect onj tho day of the final passing g. Tlie votes of the BltrseSMs duly quallfleXI to, TOte.-on- this-By-law-Rhall be taken on t-ho 3rd dayiof .July-A.D. 1914, at tho followini: places -in' the City of 'Letitbrjdge, bBtween -the hours of nine (it) o'clock In the forenoon and eight (S) o'clock In the afternoon, (a) For that jortiori-ftf (he City lying North of the C. P.. iiallvay at the Gymnasium at the'corner of 13th street and Fourth. Avenue.'North, by, Dawson, who is appointed JJeputy. to take the "rotes. (B) For that -portion-of'toe City, lying South of the C. P. Hallway at tjhe Labor Temple facing New Port Office, on 7th Street5 South, oy K. O. StWtley, who is appointed Deputy R'e- turnlny Officer to take the votes.- READ a first Umc -this 5tp day June A.D. 1814. W. D. L. HARDIK, Mayor Wm. STEVEN, City Clerlr READ a second time this Eth day of June A.D. inn.. .W. D. L. IIARDIH, i Mayof WM. STEVEN, J. City Clerk READ a third time and passed this' ___day 1014. ...................-.......Mayor .Clerk NOTICE Notice is -hereby given that the- above true copy of the proposed Y By-law which h-as baen Introduced and- 'which finally passed hj' uouncii1 in tiie-ovftnt.of or the being o-btalneil tlisrsto