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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Windsor 11.25 a Cay Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHfN IN LETHMIOM The It tilt MMt lint niw J Or, Rusk's Chick .-v-My-' A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG Write for and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA. You caa ootaJn tiiis food from the following dealers: Taylor Millins's Elevator Co.. Ellison Milling Bievator Co, Letibridge, .Uta. Letlibrldge, Alta. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Medicine Hat Milling- Co., Medl- Xelioa, B.. U. due ,Hat> Alberta Paclflc G-rain Co., Cal- A Macdoaaid t Co., Letsbrldse, gary, Alta. Campbell, Wilson Home, t, Lciibridge Alta Ogilvie Milling Oo., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. Crown Feed Produce Co., Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, 12 Dressers 10 Wash "Stands 2 Sewing Machines 2 Extension Tables 8 Kitchen Tables 'i. 2 Tali Leaf Tables X6 Centre Tables 3 '-Lounges .16 Bedsteads Springs 12 Mattresses 30 Pillows 24 Sheets- IS Bed Spreads 24 Pillow Slips 12 Pair Blankets 12 Pair Lace Curtains Number of Blinds Hall Carpeting N'O RESERVE. GUS Read This 320 ACRES. 'all level, house, barn, 4 granar- ies, well, fenced and J30 acres dii crop. Acre Houses 'to Kent: .Money lo Loan DOWSBBV IWLHEMI 1MB. C'l B.C. Strawberries are the most economical to preserve Why Because a crate is almost twice the size of the Amertcan berry crate II to bi kl us do tin sin wins; B C Bonn's .ue aiming in ex- Plan ojdcis c.iilj MI !ii> not to Ik. (lis.ip- cellcnl condition. Season is now on. pointed and qit none Puic pit ciatt B. C. KHESH HEAD Jiisl in, pi-ice per hoiid..........lOc UOYAL ANN Spuicil and last, 10 Hi box, per box PRESERVING We expect another and likely the kist lot either the last of this week or the beginning of next. Prices will, be reasonable. Place orders now. All kinds of fresh goods arriving daih BLACK REPUBLICAN Hill) boxes, special while the lot lasts BINti have so far not had word about the extra' large lot for preserving that we were to have this week, but. we feel confident'Hint i( will, bo npt later than next week. Watch this space for particulars. Phone U71 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 Large Auction Sale of Household Furniture WJiich mil take the KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL, Ground Tomorrow, FridayAftemoon, -AT'2P.M. SHARP Instructed by two families, wiio are leaving the city, also some of my own, I will sell by Public Auction the Number of Large, Rugs Number of Small Rugs Barber Chairs Glass Shew Case Cabinet 2 Wardrobes Kitchen -Cabinet Oil Stove f. Cook Range 1 Upholstered "4-piece Parlor Suite Kitchen CIiMrs Dining Room Chairs 2-Washing Machines Pislies and Glass' Sets Cooking Utensils And other articles too numerous io mention. TEEMS CASa BAILIFFS SALE In the -matter of Seizure under -Chattel ITortgage. W. S. Sherd. -'Mortgagor; Canad- ian Bank of Commerce- and International Harvester Co.. Mortagees. I 'svill sell BY PUBLIC AUCTION at three o'clock in "the'afternoon on' MONDAY, 22nd day of June, '14 at the Sherd Farm, eight miles South East of the following: ftoree, seven .rears old, weight 1250 pounds. One Hcrse, eight years old, bay, weight 1000 pounds. One Cook Car and complete Equipment. Two IC-barrel Water Tanks. One 1'J-barrel Water Tank. Five Lumber Wagons. One Two-SeaUd Buggy. Three Eight-loot. Deering One Deering Mower. One Gang Two Sets Harrows.' Three Sets Working Harness. One Press Drill. One Press Drill. Team Grey Marcs, 10 years old. Weight 2400 pounds. One Black Gelding, 14 years old, weight R'OO pounds. One McCprmick Mower. Two Special Mowers. TERMS CASH Dated at Lethbridge. Alberta, ninth' day "of June 191L T. J. WEATHER Max. 89 Mln. 54 42 46 56 50 45 46 .t .25 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair....... -72 Calgary, fair....... 88 Medicine Hat, fair 96 Macleod, clear.. 90 Red Deer, clear... S2 Battleford, cloudy S6 Prince Albert, cloudy. TS -42 Saskatoon, cloudy 74 45 Swift Current, fair S4 50 Moose Jaw, fair...... 86 -48 Regina, cloudy.. ..S3 -JS Indian Head, cloudy.. S4 43 Qu'Appelle, cloudy S3 42 Broadview, cloudy-1... S6 43 Brandon, cloudy SI 43 Portage, cloudy S3 44 Winnipeg, cloudy.. S4 44 Pjerson, cloudy SO 36 Cypress River, raining S4 42 2.00 Port Arthur, .'SO 4S The weather throughout .the prairie provinces has been.mostly very ivarrii during yesterday morning, especially in Southern Alberta, but during the nigut lias turned quite cool at most points. Rain has fallen almost gen- erally, except in Southern Alberta. Forecast occnsibnal show- ers today and on Friday, but mostly fair. j Saskatchewan and ocal showers, but partly fair and cool j today and on Friday. Oh, Those Freckles are unable w enjoy the'health giving; pro- perties of good Canadian sun---. simply because they immediately reap a fine crop of freckles. needn't worry about that. Go ahead and enjoy a sun out in it 'all day. v If freckles come Nyal's Freckle Lotion will remove them 33 well' as the tan.- If your -skin gets 'burned, Nyal's Face-- Cream will take out the soreness and redness. Freckle Lotion is only half a dollar while the sells, fpr a Eoii't forgeflhat NYAL'S The Re4 Cross Drug j CITY AND DISTRICT Wool. Shipped Today The shipping of the. 1014 Southern Alberta wool clip was commenced to- day at Conrad on the Lethb burn line of the C.P.R. The ship- ments will go via-'Lethbridge and Por- tal to Boston, Mass., .and will make first real shipment of Alberta products over this line, and the first of Southern Alberta wool to the 'Am- erican markets. Baptists Show Strength According to reports made at the opening of the Baptist church annual convention in Calgary yesterday, the church has made great strides during the past year. The membership is now 3G2S, as against 3104 in 1013. Rev. D, Moss ot Lethbridge is among fhe list of new pastors who entered the Al- berta field during the year. Try a Sack Then You'll Know CITY AND 'DISTRICT Bank Clearings Bank clearings for, the week ending today amounted (p. 35 com- pared with for the corres- ponding week last year. S65 Market Tomorrow The citizens of the city are remind- led that tomorrow is market day. The prompters call attention to the.fact that they hava some nice young pigs from Wrentuam, some extra special poultry from New Dayton and- Stirlr ing, and bulter. They are in hbpes'that they will be able, to offer a fine line of vegetables a'iso. At the Anglican Synod Mr. Sydney Hnulton has been elect- ed fiecretary-treasurer of the Angli- can diocese of Calgary. Bishop Pink- ham, in hiB address, urged better sti- pends for Anglican missionaries. Honors for Bishop Pinkham At the Anglican Synod in Calgary yesterday morning Bishop Kiukliam was presented with an illuminated ad- dress and cross of gold by the newly formed Edmonton diocese. The pi'es- lentation was made by Bishop Gray nd PL T. S. Parlee of Edmonton, j Chancellor Gonyheare, K.C., of Leth- bridge, replied on behalf of the Synod. A Snap it roomed cottage, water, sew- er and light, all rented, Only Small cash -payment; balance JJhB rent. GET BUSY Apply 916 8th Strcit South. Evangelistic Meeting Mr. J. S. Raum, evangelist at the Christian church, preached last even- ing on the text, "Thou, therefore, en- dure hardness as a good sc'.dfer of j Jesus and his remarks were appreciated by all who heard him. The prayer meeting at the First Bap- tist church dismissed their service, and came in a boCy to the meeting, thus manifesting their support and co- operation 10 the effort we are making- Service again tonight at eight o'clock. Persona! Mention T. S. Price, customs collector at. the sub port of Coutts, is in the city, I registered at the Lethbridge. V. M. Backus, oil magnate of Cal- igary, is stopping at the Alexandra. Mr. Graham, of the Adams' Gra- j ham sarase, will tour some of the j roads between hero and Magrath, to [take notes for the log book which is 1 being issued by the Calgary and Ed- monton Auto dubs. -Mr. English, who is getting the book together, returned last night from CoutU, and is very much enamored the roads hi the !south. I C. K. Bee, divisional engineer of i the Southern Alberta Land Co., mot-, orcd in from Champion last night. Neil .V. Stalker, the Grassy Lake sheepman, and official for that district, Is in the city today, I stopping at the Dallas. A. F. Wcrtfl of Bow Island is in the city on business, BORN" Sponges This is the Weather for them Our line; cf sponges in- cludes everything w c r t h while. Thcre'are big, ec-arsa grass -sponges for. washing woodwork, etc.; sponges for the b-nth, -slate Bponges, silk sponges and One velvety sponges for the baby, and sponges for practically every purpose, There is a great difference In sponges, as great as there (t- in rubbe.'- gocds and many other articles in common usage. Two sponges may look. alike be-of the same yet one will last much longer and stand rougher usage Uian the other. Here again quality is everything and jt pays to get" the best. AVe can please any pocket. Prices from 10 Cenffi. to J. D- The Store The market opens closes at noon. at S o'clock and Stole March on Authorities Mrs. Lylo Harris and a Mrs. Wilson, two undesirable women, stole a inarch on the Immigration authorities at the border port ot Coutts, and after beins refused admittance to Canada on the ground that they were of tuiesUpnab'ie character, -they chartered an automo- bile from a well-known citizen in the south country, and drove over the line. They were whisked into bridge, and from here thfiy went to Calgary. The auto man was appre- hended, and fined and costs by Superintendent AVHsori and Inspector. Lindsay, and the two women were, captured at Calgary; brought back to Lethbridge, and yesterday handed a sentence of one month in jail, by the same two magistrates. BUSINESS LOCALS All the new June Victor Records now on sale in our Victor Depart- ment. Mason Risch Limited. ISM There will be a -large auction sale of household furniture at the K. P. Hall on Friday afternoon next at -2 o'clock sharu. the property of several families who are .leaving the city. Absolutely no reserve. See particu- lars on another page. Gus Xeidig, Auctioneer. 2 Oil Stocks! Oil Stocks! ".WcsliaA c Oil Stocks for snlo. Companies near Dingtnan and Monarch. Wells SEE US AT (MfCE Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Boom 3, Macdonalrt Blk. ____j) NEWS NOTES Fernie, June Loyal Order of propose holding a monster celebration at Elko during tile first week-in--AvJgust, when Spec- ial trains 'will convey excursionists from Lettib'ridge to Kingsgate''and all intermediate.pornts" to Elko. Miss Irend Nash, one of Fe'rriie's inost popular young-ladies, has enter- ed the Held for competition as Carni- val -Queen at the Chahko Mika at j. W. Grand Chnn-cellor of the Grand Lodge K. of P-'s, was en- tertained at a banquet by the mem- bers of his .home lodge In their Castle Hall last evening.'-There were many, isitors from' Oraiibrook and Hosmer, and speeches, sbnga .and stories was J the order of the evening. How You Can Have a Clear, Hairless Skin Here is an inexpensive and. saving hafr remover every "woman should keep handy, for'with jt the skin can be kept entirely-free', from, hair or Get. a small original package of .powdered delatone and when hairy growths appear make a paste with1, a little of the powder and some water. Apply, and; after two or three minutes ruh off and. the hairs will have vanished. ThV'fek'iu should then be washed to free it from the remaining delatone. This is qui'e harmless, but be certain you get dela- tone. A Ruthenian named drowned his wife and child and then JiimselC a raceway at Kcewatln, Ont. Mr. and Mrs, 0. P. 11. Albruchr, 521 .14th St. South, Monday, Juna -15, v, -daughter. 159-1 Funeral Tonight All members of the I.O.O.F. are re- minded of the funeral of the late Hugh McLaughlin, which takes plane tonight from the Oddfellows' hall, at' 7 o'clocit. Picnic at Wrenthsm C. B. Perkins, of the new town of 1 Wrtmtham, oast of Stirling, was in Hie city..yesterday arranging for a big picnic to be held there on July 1. A. Buchanan, M.P., has been asked to ho. present and speak. Wrentbmn now lias several stores and the coun- try around is well settled. Tobuythiswareistot; most ccrvjco 'and catisfaction and tlin heaviest silver plate. Known far over tO years. Stfd I KEYSTONE Shu-land The Members of Charity 67 A. T. and A. M. will moot at Burg-' man's Hull on and will .inurch to tlic From there to. attend 'Divine Service at' Wesley Church. MADE IN LETHBR10CE ARCH ORTHOPRAXY OF THE FOOT had 22 years' practical-shoe ex- perience on two continents, and al'ter'inatiire, study.'of the principles as advocated liy-T. late Chiropodist General S. be pleased to not only give but to lit to any shoe, of my; Specially Made Arclr Supports, made oii (he to all who suffer from fallen arches.'-; These Supports, being made principally of cork, give tunt elas- ticity which is absent from the numerals STEEL SUPPORTS now ipon tlio'jnarket. And the advantage is obvious, the one being rigid, the oilier fesillenl, so helprul to the recovery of the iigaments of tlie metatarsus. 1 Your defect' '.nay .be sllRht, or chronic, and by niy methcd the support will 'be in'ado in I'llOPOItTlON to the defect, and not fitted' from.the STEHBOTYPKD -SIZE. "A'-faw. of (ho testimonials can bo seen In the windows of J. T. PETTS THE FAMILY SHOE THE FAMILY, 'SHOE 'MAN 608 3rd Avenue South, Lethbrjdge. HIGH CLASS' REPAIRS EXECUTED ON THE ;