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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor' BMt Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN Tke Baling Hotel II Bnt md Moil tonvifr MM ftttt OP. Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for camples and be convinced. Made' by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You can obtain this food from the following- dealers: Taylor Milling t Elevator Co., Lethbridse, Alta. Ttylor Milling Elevator Co.. NeUen, B.-C. Alberta Pacifto. Oaln Co., tar, A1U. Oil- Ellison Aerator Co., Alta. Medicine Hat .Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Aita. .A_ Macdouali i Witoon Lttbbrldfe, Alta. A Home, Crown Feed Alta. Produce Co., Mllilat Co., Ltd., cine HM; -joa.' Robin Hood Mills, Ciliary, "Where are you going to eat "At the Lethbridge Hotel of "Because their Glub Breakfasts and Special Lunch and Dinner is tlie best in for the money; (prices from 35c The. table'is supplied with gciod things from their Monarch Farm. Meals at all hours from 7 a.m'. .to 8 p.m.' N. K; You are wire of a 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 PUBLIC NOTICE Block Coal. CclHeries are nw rafting anil driving Ties and Timber purchased from the Can- Pacific Railway, from Letiibrldge to Taber, and set- tlers appear to think they have the right to take this Timber. T-nis IB a crime against the Criminal Code of Canada, and intend to prosecute any per- sons Interfering with this Tim- ber, and have requested the Mounted Police to assist in de- tecting the thieves. The higb cost of Iir- Ing solved by eating at the DALLAS CAFE Full Dinner from 12 to Cents Pie and Coffee 10 Cents Skort Orders at all hours CITY AND DISTRICT Preacher Going to Farm Rev. J. W. Miller, formeily of Bar- ons, has retired for the present from the Methoflist ministry, and will live upon his farm east of Munson. Weman Fainted Trom Grief So was the grief of one ?.'omsn--at HlllcreBt yestertiuy over the lose of her husband, that she swooned across the cadket as It ivas lying on the common. One of the most pitiful pictures of the day, was three little tots not over four or five years of age, standing mystified be- fore their father's casket. NOTICE After 1st of June Albert Klopsh, of the Copal Klopsh Co., is no t responsible f o r any debt incurred by Clias. Copal. If a Gusher Comes! i "We, the undersigned, who have hereto attached our signatures, freely and voluntarily agree to pay to the secretary-treasurer of the Synod of the diocese of Calgary five per cent, of the profit accruing to us from any financial transactions in oil or in con- nectioa therewith during the next three years, the same to be devoted to the purpose of putting the Church of England, diocese of Calgary on a proper financial baais and 'wiping out Jtu present deficit." Such was the agreement signed by many prominent Anglicans during the Synod at Calgary. Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. G. and L. Snow, Props. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fishing Retort of the Kaotenays _ WRITE FOR INFORMATION Cottage Snap room fully modern cottage, on -fifty feet, one block west of 13th Street North For quick Terms. Money to Lonn New Goods Just Unpacked DENT'S vci-y specially.prepared Bsieoii with a very delicate fla- vor. Price per pound, sliced....... In side, por pound..................30e PENT'S ENGLISH BONED line sliced, per pound........ .32'xic PEAK, FHEAN CO.'s OLD COUNTRY the best varieties, ranging in price 'from 35c up to 60c. Try some of these. They are. unexcelled.- CRAWFORD'S ENGLISH full line of these, all at very reasonable prices TH IS SVEEK WILL BE THE BEST TIME TO PRESERVE STRAWBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES AND BING CHERRIES.' Get our quotations before buying your pre- serving fruits. We deal right with the growers. office: THE GOOD GO.Store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phode 525 WEATHER Mai. Lainbrtdge, clear 62 Edmonton 62 Calgary, fair........ SO Medicine Hat, fair 68 Macleod, clear.. Red.Deer, 60 BatUetord, clear... 70 Saskatoon, clear 74 Swift Current, clear... 70 Moose Jaw, clear.. 75 Regins, cloudy.. 72 Broadview, 74. Mtu. 40 40 .02 46 .08 43 40- .31 42 .34 43 .34 3S .22 41 .36 45 .13 52 .50 38 .70 53 .14 44 .02 Sivan River, cloudy... 65 Brandon, cloudy 86 Portage, cloudy 72 Winnipeg, raining 74 '62 .04 Nelson....... 58 40 .10 Grand Porks....... 60 42 '.10 Rain, has fallen throughout each of the prairie provinces, but for the ihost part light showers. Forecast All local showers, but mostly fair today and on Tuesday; a little higher temperature on Tuesday. CITY AND DISTRICT A New School Tiie West .Lethbridge .Southern School District, .H. Wilkinson, Leth- bridge, treasurer, has been empower- ed .to borrow. to erect. a. brick school. Former Raymond Man's. Escape James a former resident of Raymond, was from death at the hands of Mexican bri- gands by the timely arrival of a posse of cavalry despatched by General Villa, the .rebel leader, to rescue Mm. Oh, Those Freckles Many, women are unable to enjov the health giving pro- perties of good Canadian sun- shine simply because they immediately reap a fine crop of. freckles.- J You needn't worry about that. Go ahead and enjoy a sun out in It all day. If freckles .come Nyal'a Lotion will remove them the tan. If your skin gets 'burned, Nj-al's Face Creain irill take out the soreness and redness. Nyal's j Freckle Lotion' is only half a dollar while tho creaf sells for a Quarter. Don't forget that NYAL'S The Red Cross Drug j Book Limited 3. CITY AND DISTRICT Look Who's Here C. F. Marsden of Cardaton, H. Growley and W. J. Maxwell of Bur- de'tt and W. McDonald of Milk River are visitors in the city today. .Cattleman In City W. H. Fares, of .the firm of Gordon, Ironsides Fares, livestock dealers and ranchers, Winnipeg, is in the city, stopping at the Lethbridge. Big Sale of Oil Stock The Fernie Free Press says that R. W.-Wocd, of that place, sold five hun- dred shares of Monarch Oil the other day for The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most, modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Death of. infant Emily, the infant daughter of 'Mr. nd Mrs. S. Makarenko of 'Stafford- rille, died yesterday. The funeral held this morning at the Roman ,tholic church, with Rev. Father Minwegan in charge. New Pound District Township 3 Range 7 and S 'west of the 4th Meridian, In the province o' Alberta, has been constituted a pound district, and the pound law will be en- forced from May l to October 31 of year against horses, mules and j cattle: and from January. 1 to Decem- ber 21 of each year against swine, sheep, goats and geeae. To Build Cheap Hoys05 The housing bill, which has been approved by the convention of the Al- berta Town Planning and Housing as- sociation, will come before the gov- ernment for consideration at the next session. It is likely, therefore, that before long, the dream of a large num- ber houses, either to rent or to purchase, for the will he realized. If the bill goes into effect, the companies to build houses economically for tho spring up a'il over the province. Tlie bill provides that any municipality nay back up 85 per cent, of the bonds of a company formed for the purpose of building houses to be (sold at low rates. Each municipality going into the enterprise will have a representa- tive on the board o! the directors of the company. AUCTION SALE On Tuesday Next, June 23 AT 2 O'CLOOK PROMPT: 8S2 7th STREET SOUTH. FRANK WADDINGTON Is instructed by inf. Hargravos to aeil by Puliiic Auction and with- out reserve a quantity of superior. Household Furniture and effects Including: Very tandaome Toak Dining Set, ccmpriafng Buffet, Extending Table and 6 ChaJrs; Early English Mission Oak Morris with ox- tension front rest, 2 Easy Choirs, Early English, 5 Sections Book Case in Early English, Round Occasional Table, Jardiniere Stand, Carpet Squares, Indian Rug, Portieres, White Enamel Drosaer and Stand, Solid Oak Dresser and Stand, Solid Brass Bod and Oster- moor Mattress. Brass Mounic'd Springs and Mattroflsos, Dishes, etc., and a quantity of Books Including a coinploto sot of Dickens' wcrki. A , nltandanco respectfully requested. TE-RMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONE- 460. Bitter Lick (Medicated Salt All animals like it. Tonic Febrifuge "Worm Destroyer Colic Preventive Blood Purifier J. D. Higinbptham Co., Limited The Store TELEPHONE NO. S29 Wit! Leave Clareahdlm John Schofleld, B.A., of ClareBholm, has been engaged as principal of one of Edmonton's public schools. Going to Calgary W. A. .C. formerly indus- trial commissioner at Macleod, has accepted a position oh the Calgary News-Telegram. Moffatt IB a thoroughly competent newspaper man and there is no doubt he wl'il meet with success in Learned Brothers' Fate from Herald "Mj 6sJnUr.ce was said Elliott Adlam of Taber -when' he reached the .city on Saturday" uiUr- noon, "until I got hold of B Herald to read of the fate of my two brothers at Hfllcrest. There was the news In full. One my brothers, Herbert, wns a victim, and the other was sav- {ed. 1 was expecting that both would I be BO naturally I was elated to j think that oven one had escaped." i Torn between grief and Joy, Adlam went to Hllloreat yesterday to aid In reacue work. Adlam had worked In the lamphouae until a few Police Court One vag. and one disorderly ap- peared before the magistrate at the police court this morning, when tlie usual fines and warnings were im- posed. "Kathlyn" at the Empress "Kathlyn's" seventh adventure, "The Garden of Brides" appears at the Em- press" tonight. Harold Magrath is the author of the story. Present Officers of Hlllcrest Company The "and officer's of the company are: C. B. Gordon, president Meredith, iH. S W.'p: S. C. Fraiser, J. G; H. D'uggan, si. P. C. P. Hill, Hamilton and John Brown', 'directors. Death of Mr. John Tucker Death came to Mr.'John Tucker, of 1619 Fifth avenue A North, on Fri day night at eight o'clock! Cancer was the cause. The deceased was foi merly of Iron Springs. The funeral took place this afternoon at two- o clock'from his late residence. To Prevent Black Leg The Department of Agriculture for the'province of Alberta has placed in the School of Agriculture at Clares- holm, black leg vaccine and vaccin- ating outfits. Upon application to Principal W. J. Stephen, a vaccinating outfit may be obtained for SO cents, and the black leg vaccine for 5 cents per dose. Full instructions are sent 'ree. A.O.F. Church Parade The Ancient Order of Foresters at- tended divine service at St. Augustin's church last evening. There was a splendid turnout, at least seventy tiembers of the order being present. Rev. Canon Murrell-Wright gave a stirring and eloquent address on the text "My brother's keeper." The large choir sang in very pleasing manner the anthem, "The Lord gave the word." Standard Bank of Canada Established 1873 Remitting, Money satisfactory way to malic remittances to-, Great vBri- tain and foreign countries is by cur Bank Drafts .arid Money Orders payable of tho payee's country. These.are sold .at: .our office at.t.lie. lowest current rates payable at pnr ia-'any.'patt of the world_ -No delays. TOTAL ASSETS OVER. :BRANCHE9 AND AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, Lethbritlge Branch, 315 13th Street North G. F. Bletcher, Manager, CITY AND DISTRICT Transferred to. Edmonton Inspector Stewart .Wood, of the R. N.W.M.P., Regina, has been transferr- ed to Edmonton. He is a son of As- sistant Commissioner Z. T. "Wood, well kno'wn in Southern Alberta. About.Hosmer Rumors have been widely circulated this week that the CvP.R. -had aban- doned operations at-HoBmer. These rumors arose from the company clos ing a couple cif levels and laying off one hundred' men. Drewry's Horses Coming In a short conversation with J. C. Drewry, the noted Pert-heron horse breeder of Cowley, the Herald learned on Saturday that Mr. Drewry would ing his fine string of Percherons the' exhibition here nest month. The Fareheron Futurity comes here 'M, and this will add.greatly to tlie attractiveness of the programme and ixhlbits. Mr. Drewry is vice-president ,f the Canadian Percheron Horse Breeders' association. Former Pit Boss Thomas Tonge, a resident of Taber, passed through the city on Sat- irday, was formerly pit boss at the Hlllcrest mine, and loft there shortly after the Fernie rirc. Ho was the !rst man to use the apparatus of the now famous Blnlrmore rescue car, and llrod Thomas Taylor, tlie pit boss who ivas killed in the disaster. Tonge stated to'a representative of the Her-., ..Id HHlcrest. mine was con- sidered one of the safest along the Pass. Tonge Joined the rcscjie party at the mine which he knew so well. .Bad Prairie Fire From 4.30 In the afternoon until midnight of .last Wednesday, Grassy Day .Tomorrow Tomorrow will be market day ag- ain, and the promoters are certain of another large crowd. Everything eatable and raisable is assured tho customers at the: usual prices. Thirty stalls have now been rented, and a de- livery service installed. North Lethbridge. Voters to Meet The. North tethhridge voters he- lieve that the only way in which the city's business can be thoroughly un- derstood is. by discussion, and to this end, and with the city's best interests in .view, they will hold a meeting to- morrow night at Kennedy's hall on Thirteenth street, primarily for the purpose of discussing the proposed money bylaws, which will be voted on by the ratepayers very soon. H is likely that other matters will come up including the market question. CITY AND DISTRICT The Longest Day Lest we forget, June 21, was the longest day in the year. City Will Give Relief It is quite probable that the city of Lethbridge will come forward with assistance and relief to the relatives of the deceased. HIHcrest miners, if the need is'prsent. Mayor Hardie j was authorized by .the council this' morning to to the'scene of the dis- aster to ascertain1 -what' the actual condition -was, and.If the aid IB need- ed, they shall have H. Rcllfif move- ments are on foot in nearly all of the western cities. Couldn't Take'.Moving Pictures A. .Rafton-Canning, who went to Kill- crest to get some photographs of the mine and surroundings, and who car- a complete moving picture cam- The Disaster in the Churches The following resolution of condol- ence was passed by the congregation of St. AnduMv's Presbyterian church last night "To the President of the Hillcrest Miner's Union Dear Brother, We, the memhers and adherents of' St. Andrew's church, Lethbridge, desire express to you our profound sor- row at the terrible calamity that has, in an instant sent away so many of your brave comrades. Some of us are .miners, to whom this dis- aster conies very clone. AH of us are members with you of the universal brotherhood, and are therefore deep- ly touched by your awful loss. Will you convey to the. relatives and friends of 'the stricken ones,