Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel .Windsor a Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr. Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for samples and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Ton can obtain ttis food from the following dealers: Tsylor Milling Elevator Co., Lethbridge. AJts. .Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Nelson. B. C. Pacific Grain Co., Cal- .gsrr, Alts. Campbell, Wilson Home, Crown Produce Co., Calgary, Alta. Ellison Milling Elevator Lethbridge, Alta- Sledlelne Hat Milling Co., Mail- cine Hat, Alta. A. Macdonald Co., Lethbridge, Alta. Ogllvle Milling Co., Ltd., Me41- Hat, AHa. Robin Hood Mills, CalRary.-Altm. ICECREAM BUTTER Tomorrow-Saturday, all day we will sell at our plant, 527 13 Street South Fresh Creamery Butter [Crystal Brand] 31bs. for90c Try our Pure Ice Cream and_ Fresh Buttermilk CRYSTAL DAIRY CO. LTD. PHONE 1576 HERE'S THE VERY SALE YOU HAVE BEE1S1" WAITING FOE DINNERWARE Our stock includes the best patterns and products of English and Austrian manufac- turers, and never again will you Lave the opportunity of securing such fine dishes at anything like these prices. Better buy that set Saturday-. Here arc a prices for that clay only: BRIDAL ROSE PATTERN AUSTRIAN CHINA .97 pieces. Regular J35.00 for..................... BLUE BAND, VERY POPULAR SEMI-PORCE- for VERY Regular ?35.00 for These are all open stock lines. We have also many other pat- terns to choose from. THE RED CORNER Bricc A. McKay. Cor. 3rd Ave. 6th St. f l3i PRESERVE YOUR PINEAPPLES NOW Tlic season is pro] ly well advanced iuiil prices will not be any lower, in fuel Ihcrc is a possibility' (hat Ihis will Hie Ins! shipment wo will have this so order your wauls now. Next week will be about the besl time lo .preserve B. C. Strawberries, Gooseberries mid Washington Bing Cherries. have a fine, assortment of I'mil for Salurilay: KING B. C. HEAD heads for 25c Kilb boxes, special per box .51.60 size, each .20c BLACK REPUBLICAN lOlb boxes; special per Hoi Huiise, fancy, price each.. .20c LARGE For 'preserving, price per dozen S2.85 EXTRA LARGE For presei-ving, price per. dozen Price each.............25c and 30c B. C. From Creston, iinest quaiiiy, lowest B. large baskets, price each 20c FRESH HOME 'GROWN 2 pounds for.................35c NEW pounds for.......25c NEW pounds for ....25c NEW pound.......6c RIPE pound .25c market price. Special price per case. Shipments of Fancy Naval Oranges, California Lemons, Fresh Apricots, Fresh Peaches, also Fresh Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions, etc. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WHEN IN LtTHiRIOOt DalltM Hotel and lint Clean and Pure TJie inner part of the wheat berry bolted and dressed by .'the most modern machinery nnde'r, the careful vigilance of most competent millers. CITY AN1J How're Your Feet Trackin'? Dr. Vermilyea, D.C.O., the Toronto foot at the Foot Toggery today and tomo'rro'Ry inaugurating a permanent orthopedic department, and having consultations with anyone who has foot troubles. Evangelistic Services Mr. Raum's sermon last evening on the text, "AH Scripture is inspired by etc., 'was a splendid treatise on the Bible as a guide book. Tonight he Trill speak on the subject, "Our earthly home: its friends and its foes." This will- tie of deep 'interest to all, since it has'to do -with a mat- ter common, to all humanity. Ser- vices at eight 5AGE DRESSING CITY AND DISTRICT The Daily Procession One drunk was up before the beak this morning, and was fined the usual and costs. The case against Henry Cosman was remanded until next Thursday. Council B. T. Met Today Trie council of the Lethbridge Board of Trade held their regular weekly luncheon and. meeting today at the Lethbridge Hotel. The luncheon was uj> to the usual standard, and was laid under the direction of Mr. X. 11. Murray, who has taken over the din- ing room. Routine business was transacted at the meeting, and Presi- dent Marnoch was authorized to ap- pear before the ires tern section of the Board of Railway Commissioners next Monday, to put the case of the south- ern cual opera tore in connection with the storage rates, before that body. Read This all level, house, barn, 4 granar- ies, well, fenced-and 150 acres in crop. Acre Houses to Rent. Money to Loan DOWSUY M11HEKM.AND Hotel Outlet Proctor, B; C. G, and L. Snow, Props, FISHiNG BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays WRITE FOR INFORMATION A boom, by dictionary, is a "hollow and the after effect is, 'by Heck, a boomerang. I was in Calgary yes- terday; swapping-names with Ponoka is gravely considered tiiere. Men, most of them weighing from 300 to 400 pounds, with large frontal development, and perfectcs anticlin- iilcaly projecting somewhere or soine- ivhat north of the creases where the neck should he, are assembled in an enclosure where dams abound, and in their flippers they hold pad and pen- oil, making marks thereon between grunts; the handwriting on the wall saj-s "positively no which" must refer to re-assurance of their in- surance in a future state of. exist- ence, for there is a veritable to- bacco fog between the crowd and the blackboard whereoa figures are being inscribed by automatic mannikins standing on stools. Sometimes a "hol- low roar" is let loose, suKgestive of the idea that a number of prrttical Jokers are in the crowd simultaneous- ly inserting pins in rhe posterior of the porkers by prearranged signal. That's all about that, and they call it an but what of, search me. When you got out to the street you see mc-n of like make-up rushing madly along to the corner of the next block, tiny next block, ex- change sonift hurried words, signs, figures, with ether 'brokers (two r's in that word tMis they rush to and fro until dinner bell; after shovel- ling in provender they rush to it again, go on uniil the- time for each 3SO pounds uvointupois to hn into it's little: where it heaves tlio contented sigh of a kitten which has for 1- mortal hours been chasing a kaleidoscopic tail. That's all about and they call it "Oil busy-ness." The outstanding features of Me capitalists are KRONT, ami a snappy, hungry eye. Manwaring and Cap. Ivwin are ex- ceptions to the general run in the matter of fat, and Insofar as hunger is concerned, the Cap. nover places more than four feet in 'the trough at the same time. If 1 am forgiven my visit to this modern Babylon, please signify by sending In lots of Printing Ruling Bookbinding to "PRINTERS AND STATIONERS" H. Pron. Oh, Those Freckles Many women are unable to enjoy the health giving pro- perties of good Canadian sun- shine simply because they immediatelv-reap a fine crop of freckles.' You needn't worry about that. Go ahead and tnjoy a in day. If freckles" come Nyal's Freckfe Lotion will remove them as well as the tan. .If. your skin sets turned, Nyal's will take out the soreness and redness. Nyal's Freckle Lotion is only half a: dollar while the creaf sells for a quarter. Don't forget that rJYAf-'S The Red Cross Drug and Boofr'Co., Ltd. Phon. 10V Third Chamois We hare a large trade in chamois skins, which, partly accounts for the diversity of cur It includes the large strong pieces that can stand much abuse and wash- ing' in not water, and which are particularly useful for washing furniture, windows, buggies, etc.; the light straw colored var- iety and the genuine, oil- tanned, yellow chamois are here in various sizes and thicknesses. We-carry the-various face chamois skins, soft and vel- vety, cf a fine grade and at acceptable prices. Also the different sizes ..of-the so-call- ed "wool chajnols powder one of the moat use- ful of articles for applying powder. 15 Cents to J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The TELEPHONE NO. 327 Sold Long Horn Cattle J. D. Fuller of the Cameron ranch, wlio imported a herd of Mexican cat- tle for IUH range last fall, has sold the larger share of these animals to McLanc Barnes, of Manyberrofl. Mr. I'Viler states "Ir.-.t the long honiH are almost perfect rangers, but that they do-not do so well in confined rjuartorjj. WEATHER "Max. EG 58 SO SS SS 67 Min. Calgary, cloudy.... Medicine Hat, clear Mncleod, clear.. Red Deer, cloudy.. Yegreyille, cloudy liattleford, cloudy.. 60 Prince Albert, .raining. Saskatoon, cloudy.. 57 Moose; Jarr, cloudy.... 5S Regina, cloudy.. 57 Brandon, clear..... lil Portage, clear...... GO Winnipeg, clear 60 Port Arthur, fair... 60 Nelson SS. The 'weather in -Manitoba, most of Saskatchewan and in northern Alber- ta quite cool, with slight frost ill a few places, -but in south- ern parts of 'Alberta very -warm. Scattered showers of rain have oc- curred. Very heavy rainfall is re- ported in the Battleford district. Forecast and local thun- derstorms tonight-and on Saturday. Saskatchewan and local showers, but mostly fair today and orT Saturday, and comparatively cool. 50 .24 44 54 49 42 .37 51 SO 1.32 46 .OS 46 .40 4G 40 31 .OS 40 36 3S 53 THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Knox cliurch Sunday school picnic at Henderson Lake tomorrow .at 2 p.m. Bo sure to be there. CITY AND DISTRICT Auto Roads 1 r. J. T. Graham left for Carman- u and Nan ton today tiy auto; and will map the auto route for the Cal- gary and EVlmonton auto club's tour book. Masonic Notice On Sunday evening the combins'l lodges will attend divine service at the Wesley church. You are .iH in- vited to be present in the lu'.l by G.30 sharp. Monthly Meetings Hereafter At a meeting of the N.W.H.S.E. held on June 11, it was decided to hold another meeting on the 18th, for regular business, at which it is hop- ed a good attendance will be present, as monthly. in future meetings will be held A Correction The letter appearing in the Herald last night over the name "Donald.Me- Nabb, should .have been signed "Donald McNabb, sr." It was ex-Aid. McNafob who wrdle it. Mr. MeNabb states also that ho was voicing a gen- eral protest, not merely a "street rail- way protest." Lucky Calgary Girl .Miss Florence M. Hudson, a clerk In the department of the Natural Re- sources of thu Canadian Pacific Rail- way at Calgary, gold 480 acres of an oM lease for in cash and. a dress suit case full of atock, on which' she expects lo realize handsomely. The, lease cost her year ago just BUSINESS LOCALS An auction nalo of very superior. Hotmenold Furniture will be held on TuoRdny.next 7th St. South at 2 o'clock prompt. Frank Whddtngton, A imUonoer. Anglican Church Work among Indian? At, the meeting of Mm diocese of Calgary a resolution was proposed by Chancellor C. K. P. Conybt-arc to the effect that tlic Indian work be taken out of the hands of tlifi dioceses and placed in the hands of the Church at 'large. This resolution was favorably received and will be recommended by a special committee at the general synod when it meets in Vancouver. The Chancellor proposes creation of a special Indian diocese with an In- dian bishop. By transferrlns this to the Church at large, the west- ern diocese will be enabled to raiso more, monoy for mlsBlon work among white people, and to jmy Hie mission- larger stipends. Oil Stocks! Oil Stocks! We have Oil Stocks for sale. Companies near Diugihaii and Monarch Wells SEE US AT OXOE Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Eoom 3, Macdonald B1U. at Cost Tomorrow-Saturday Regular for Our lOc Window Our 25c WindW Regular white enamelled Contains Graniteware and Tinware valued up to 25c you various Kitchen Utensils worth up to 50c C. W. GRAY The Store That Saves You Money A. N. Mouat III A. N. Jlouut, formerly of IMnclter Creek, now civic auditor of Edmonton, whila being taken south for his health, was token trom the train on Tuesday afternoon at Ci'gar.v, and re- moved to the Western hospital. Paying the Stipends The Uiocese of Calgary has annrov- ed a new canon 'which malies it lios- .slhle throughout the diocese for the stipends of tho clergy on mission par- ishes to lie paid regularly and 'prompt- ly by the central authority on the flrst of each month, instead of, as before, receiving that stipend Irregularly, and perhaps' incompletely, from various sources. To make th's possible, a cap- ital sum is to be provided in th" hands of tlie executive committee, and the Synod unanimously agreed to de- vote for this: purpose tho money col- lected through the. agency of deacon Hoghln while in England, and amounting to about S1000. Next Week Miss Olive Kicliards Stfi.rland 3CRN Mr. and 'Mrs. It. R. Rhanu, June 13th, at 518 8th Street South, a son. An undermined quarry at Glasgow collapsed. The eo'ilanso war caused liy the tire at the Central dock. The Members of Charity Lodge 3Vo. 67 A. F. and A. M. will meet at Burg- nuui's Hall on SundayNext and will niiireh to the Miisonic Temple, and from there to attend' Divine iService al Wesley Chnrcli.