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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE 6US TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor BMt 41.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN I The I It thi Btit and Moll Convtn- I, uirt PIMI s Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG Write for samples.and be convilicoa. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You this food from the felloujnr dMlws: Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Lethbridge, AJta. Tw'lor Milling Ekrator Co., NeHon, B. C. Pacific Grain Co., tary, Alta. 'Campbell, Wilson Home, LtUibrtdce, Aita. r, Produce Co., Ellison Milling aerator Medioine Hit MllltaK Co., Mall- cine Aiti. MlcdoniU t Co., Lfttibridfs, Ofilrfe Milling Co., Lt4, Tint, Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Alia. New Goods Just Unpacked very specially pupmul Hilton with a very delicate lln- vor. Price per pound, sliced... In side, pel pound.................30c DENT'S ENGLISH BONED line ll.noi, sliced, per pound........ PEAK. KREAN CO.'s OLD COUNTRY BISLl (lie best Miiieties, ranging in pi-ice Vroih Sai! up to GOc; Try some of Hit so die unexcelled. 'CRAWFORD'S ENGLISH full line ol those, all .it VMJ reasonable prices NEXTWKKK WILL BE THE BEST T1MF 10 PRESERVE STRAWBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES AND B1NG CHERRIES; Get oui quotations, betoic buying your pre- serving We deal right Office- Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 "Where are you "going to "At the Lethbridge Hotel Cafe, of course." "Because their Club Breakfasts and Special Lunch and Dipner is the best in the city for the money, (prices from The table is supplied with good things from their Monarch Farm. Meals at all hours from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. X. H. Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, cloudy TS Medicine Hat. fair SO Macleod, clear...... 80 Red Deer, cloudy- S4 Prince Albert, clear... 68 Saskatoon, clear 69 Moose Jaw, .clear... 76 Brandon, fair....... 68 Portage, clear..... 67 Winnipeg, clear GS Port Arthur, raining 54 Nelson............ SO Grand Forks SO The -weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly flue and warm. F.orecMt All few scattered showers, chiefly in Alberta, but generally fair and warm today and en Sunday. Do not try to get the spots out of your clot-he's yourself. You -will pro.baMy make .them' worse. Send them to the "Valet, and .you will get them back again spotless. PHONE 608 Third Avenue South. Rylands Co. Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL t BORCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS You are sure of a Good Meal prepared right and served right at the Commercial Oyster and Chop House Beside Robertson's Book Store Fifth Street South. Best 25c Meal IN THE CITY. TRY IT ONCE Read This .320 ACRES all level, house, barn, 4 granar- ids, well, fenced and 150 acres crop; Acre Houses to Kent. Money to Loan r The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the DALLAS CAFE Dinner 12 to 8 25 Cents Pie and Coffee 10 Cents Short Orders- at all hours CITY AND DISTRICT Miss Tracy Leaves Miss Tracy, of the city offices, has resigned, and left today for Seattle, where she will take up a position. Local Men Chosen Alberta Baptists elected the follow- ing as the Home Mission Board: Rev. F. W. Paterspn, Rev. J. C. Sycamore, Mr. Underwood, Rev. A. M. McDonald, Mr. A. W. Ward, Rev. D. R. Sharpe, Rev. H. L. Kempton, Rev. W. P. Free- man, Rev.- J. E. Tyner, F. Dafoe, Mr. A. C. Newcombe, Rev. R. Blundell, Rev. D. Rosa, Dr. Frith, Rev. R. H. McGHI and Mr. R. H. Ta- nor. PUBLIC NOTICE Block Coal Collieries are now- rafting and driving Ties and Timber purchased from the Can- adian Pacific Railway, from tc Tabs.-, and set- tlers appear to think they have the right to take this Timber. This is a crime againat the Criminal Code of Canada, and we intend to prosecute any per- sons interfering with'this Tim- ber, and have requested the Mounted Police to in de- tecting" the thieves. WEATHER Mai. 77 .66 Jim. 39 50 54 45 44 .i 62: "45 44 47 fill 56 38 45 46 CITY AND DISTRICT Swift Go. .Closes Branch The 41 Meat Market, at Macleod, :ontrolled by the Swift Co., have clos- ed their branch there., C.N.R. May Build South The Macleod Spectator' claims to have inside information that work on the C.N.R. south of Calgary will shortly -be resumed. .Six miles of this line south of Calgary were grad- ed last year. W. R. Dobbin In City W. H. Dobbin, formerly American consular agent iere, but now a re'si-