Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hotel In Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LBTHMtMl The DallM It But and Itnt to Dr. Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for samples and be convinced, Mado by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, I Ton can obtain this food fron the following Taylor Milling Ss. Elevator Co., Elllton Mllltag Elevator O, Lethbridge, AJta. Aim. .Taylor Milling fe Elevator Co., Medicine Hat Milllns Co., NeUon. B. C. cine Hat, Aiu... Baclflo Grain Co., JL Macdonald Lethbridgs, A1U- OslMe. MmiES.Co., Ui. cine Hat, AJta. Crown Fwd Produce Co., Calgary, Alta. _, Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, AlU. NOTICE That our'new Menu Prices are witliin react of 'everybody. Short Orders and-launches served at all hours from 7 p.m. to SPECIAL LURCHES Served at regular hours, and knowingitJie -wants of the Lethbridge people as I do, I will endeavor to cater to tfoeir wants, and cordially invite them all to give us a trial................... -N. H. Lethbrtdge'Hotel Cafe. Good Service and Sanitary. Dining Room. not try to get tile spots out of your i-..clotlies yourself. You -will probably make them worse; Send them to the "Valet, alicl you -will get them back agaiu O C3 spotless. :-608, Third Avenue South. The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the DALLAS CAFE Full Dinner from 12 to Cents Pie and Coffee 10 Cents Short Orders at all hours CITY AND DISTRICT Magittrite Handed White Gloves There Vas another clean slate at the- police court this morning. Knockers at Calgary A. M.; Heppler of Cardston was a visitor in Calgary yesterday, and over the "week-end. He thinks the oil scare.is a genuine one, but is very much peered at the way the small fry in Calgary are trying to throw cold water on the south country. "The hardware stores.up there have been, doing; a rushing business in hammers few said he, "and I cauuot see how .Calgary can talk ab- out others -knocking. Of course, aH the knocking in the world would not change the opinion of a man in the south who knows the possibilities here, and it is being done largely by the curbstoners and small rnen, who know nothing about the south. The men who really know are the big oil men, like Segur, who are not saying anything but good of both the Coutts and Cardston fields." Mr. Heppler thinks some, surprises are in store for the Calgary brethren. THE BEST IN MS CUTTING STARTS: AT THE EX- PSRIMENAL AL CROP CONDITION .....Degree for Minister Rev. S. W. Hann, who lias just been transferred from Carmangay to Ed- monton, has been given the degree of M.A. :by Mount Allison University, Sackville, N.S. An Extra Special on Royal Ann Cherries For Preserving Yesterday secured a ot il Chcines put, up in crates like, plums, baskets to the crate. They arc a hltlc below the size but aic'all.sound and will do fine for preserving. We about i ol these left and we are offer- ing them al the very low price ol, nil ciatc CRESTON STRAWBERRIES FOR PRESERVING Do not delay in placing oidci NOW for these, for the quality is at its best and the price will not he much lower, possibly 25e, but the quality will easih be a good deal inore. Price per crate RED RASPBERRIES From Washington; the lirst of the sea- son are now .on .the market. Price per 25c KING CHERRIES FOR PRESERVING In 20-Ib boxes We ordered Ilia I were to have been here the middle of this The price and quality are to be the best going this season. Place ybur order now for a case of these. As we do not know the cost we are unable to name a pnct, the price will be as low' as we can possibly make il. Phonel271 THE GOOD co. nr HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES nr rnr Phone 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, clOudy Edmonton, Calgary, fair.. Medicine Hat, fair Max. 62 56 62 70 Min. 44 .30 44 .16 40 42 Macleod. 64 44' Red Deer, cloudy.. ..53 39 .10 Brooks, cloudy.. SO 45 Moose Jaw, clear.... 73 45 Winnipeg, clear ...'76; 54 Nelson 61 41 Moderately warm weather has pre- vailed in the prairie provinces, ex- except in northern Alberts, where it lias been raining and cool. Forecast few local showers, but mostly fair on Wednesday; Wednesday a little cooler. Saskatchewan and few local showers, but generally fair, and comparatively, cool today and'on Wed- nesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Alberta's Crop. Acreage According to the Department of Ag- riculture, acres are under crop in Alberta this year. Back from Hillcrest S. Y. Hurst returned this morning from Hillcrest, .where he embalmed j every, one of the miners killed in ths explosion. Goes to Wetaskiwin Rev. M. L. Wright of Bow Island, who was stationed by the Methodist Conference at Clover has since been transferred to Wetaskiwin. Be- fore leaving Bow Island, Mrs. Wright was the recipient of. gifts from several societies of the community. Oh, Those Freckles Many women ,are unable to enjoy the health giving pro- perties of good Canadian .sun- shine simply because they immediately reap a fine crop of freckles. You needn't worry about that. Go ahead and enjoy a sun out in it all day. If freckles come Nyal's Freckle Lotion1 will remove them as well as the tan. If your skin gets 'burned, Nyal's Face 'Trill take out the soreness and redness Nyal's Freckie Lotion Is only half a dollar while the Don't forget.-that NYAL'S The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited j Third THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices- for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day. of publication Meeting of North Lethbridge voters at Kennedy Hall at S p.m. Meeting of St. Cyprian's Church Sunday, school teachers. In the Parish hall, at S p.m., this evening. Will Enforce Anti-Spitting Bylaw The women of the Tuberculosis committee, consisting of the presi- dents of the Mathesis and Women's Civic clubs, and the president of the Daughters and Maids of the Empire, hare caused the city council to issue dictum to the Police commission, that bylaw No. 4, which contains an auti-spitting clause, shall be enforced rigidly. Chief Skelton stated this morning that he would exert every effort to comply with the advice con- tained in a resolution by the council .0 this effect. Look Who's Here At the P. Beattle, Warn- er; E. Goddard, Warner; W. Hartley, Banff: J. F. Taylor, Sweet Grass; C. 'j. Haimrost; Warner; A. M. Heppler, Cardston; N. Christensen, Magrath; J. D. Boyce, Calgary; W. G. Sivltzer, Alfalfa cutting has commenced "at the Dominion Experimental farm will-be general through the district within a few days. Supt. Fairfield stated this morning that the crop "ivould be one oi the best in years. The early cutting is Rndford, Calgary; .1. .1. Freeborn, Champion; T. Vv.'Irving, .1. Postina and Hugh McFariane, Winnipeg; .Jno. P. Mittel and wife, Dnbuque; C. C. tVarner; Ke'ison, Raymond. At the Lethbrldge Warner; M. Calgary; Geo. H. Budd, D. J. Grier and PUBLIC'NOTICE Block Coal Collieries are now rafting and driving Ties and Timber purchased from the Can- adian Pacific Railway, from Lethbridge to Taber, and set- tlers, appear to think they have the right to take this Timber. This is a crime against the Criminal Code of Canada, and we intend to prosecute any per- sona interfering with this Tim- ber, and have requested the Mounted Police to ass let in-de- tecting the thieves.. water was left in the canals a good deal later-last fall than ordinarily, and a greater amount of late full irrigat ng was done. Some of the al- falfa being cut at the farm now is seme that was watered late in' the fall, and has had no irrigation so far this- spring. The hay is going to he of finest quality, though Mr. Fair- field expects a better crop from the second cutting, Speaking of crop conditions gener- ally, Air. Fairfield was none too op- Cooper's Bitter Lick (Medicated Salt- Brick) All animals like it. Tonic Febrifuge. Worm .Destroyer Colic Preventive Blood Purifier J. D. Higinbotham Limited The Store TELEPHONE NO. I2J Cottage Snap To.e fully modern cottage, 000 peopltnt, one block west of filled. MavXorth. ftyn "'tnA AA town by will be v Terins. Buday aftw tti< gwtry, Utag ctyoneyto Loan fcolp Hi" W towtrrir Milk Hirer; L. Coatss, I'. Smitb, Dubmjuc; C. E. Mayland, Van- couver; G. S. Pringle, Calgary; .las. 3. Cowie, Indian Head; C. S. Gibson, Vancouver: J. F. Bayley, Vancouver; A. B. Macltay, Calgary; II. Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. A. Hlmint't- timiatlc. "I 'look for Ibttuer and Helena; C. K. crops on land that was well" sumJ Malcolm, Winnipeg; F. Hardman, Cal- mer-fallowed last year, and if -wc'sary; II. R. Johnson, Los Angeles; W. get plenty of rain the stubble crops Johannesburg; L. J. Rich, Cal- will likely yield extra good feed.' 1 At .the M. Kramer, Diamond City; E. Anderson, Many- berrieB; F. W. Bryant, Calgary; W. A. Campbell, .Macleod; Geo. H. Smith, Toronto; K. b. Stclger, Calgary; Wra. Coulter, Kalippe'l, Mont.: Claude Fryer, Magrath; Dr. W.. H. Scott, Milk River; D. Deery, Milk River; G; At the Christian Church Rev. J. S. Raum of Spokane, who is conducting special evangelistic ser- vices at the Christian church, in the old Wesley church, will speak on "How to'Understand the at S' o'clock this evening. There 'will be pccial music, and a cordial invita- tion is extended the public generally to attend. JThat is the situation at the present tiinc, according to an expert. New Orleans, La., June 23 -Car- H. McDonnell, Great Falls; M. J. Hig- ranza will not accept the invitations I S'ns- -Milk Rlver; J- F- MeKeague, ci the United States government to H'Sh R'ver; C. M. Rear, Calgary; J. send representatives to meet formally agents, of Hucrta in any vor to select a-provisional president of Mexico, according to a statement here today hy afredo BrecMa, private C. Rees, Calgary; L. D. Cashe, Cal- gary; Thos. Mckay, K. WilllamB, Charles City; G. -Alulr, Rafisnno; E. L, Grose, Helena-: A. J. Blrdrlck, Helena: Mrs. W. II. navies, .secretary ,of Genera! Carranza, and alRnUe; II. A. I3e Voy, Chicago; J. R. nicmher ol the latest commission Car-! Paine, Toronto; W. M. Grant, Winnt ranza iif-scndinc to Washington. JO. C. I3radey, Medicine Hat. BUSINESS LOCALS The high living solved 'by eating at the Dallas Cafe, Dinner from 12 !o 2, 2n 'cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. G. and L, Snow, FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS. The Tourist and Fishing Retort of the Kootenays WRITE FOR INFORMATION CITY AND DISTRICT Work on Subway Processes Teams and wagons will be able to pass under the C.P.R. tracks at Thir- teenth street within .two days. The excavation., work is way, and- the piles for the concrete work have teen ordered. Taking Out Insurance The Milk River Mutual Fire Insur- ance Co. is making, most'encouraging progress. President Madge is in the city today, and he-says that'already in insurance has been taken out. The farmers are enthusiastic ah-- out the company. File on Lot-of Land A syndicate headed -by H. L. Shaw and Sam H. Koe has been quietly ac- quiring acreage for oil leases in the Pincher Creek country for the past two months, the filings being made af- ter a geologist had gone over the country carefully. The filings of the Shaw-Roe crowd now aggregate about seven thousand acres. Battery Back This Week A. J. Blackhnrno and "J: Man'war- ing returned last night from Calgary, where they visited the camp of the 25th Battery of the Canadian Field Ar- tillery. camp is in full swing, and some good times are being enjoy- ed. The Battery will return to Leth- bridge the latter part of this week. Mr. Blackburne says that the report of the McDougall-Segur striking cil, is not so fa'ise as the public have been ledto believe, and he looks for some startling developments within the next two days. Electrical Department to Aid Exhibit The E'iectrical department of the city has combined with the Board of Education to aid in placing a first- class exhibit at the Lethbridge fair next month, which opens just two weeks from yesterday. The Westing- house, Canadian General Electric and the "Hotpoiiit" people have forwarded all the electrical etiiiipinent for the use of the domestic science classes in their demonstrations In cooking and sewing. Included in the .shipment which arrived at Commissioner Reid's office this morning, there are electric toasters, piilk warmers, samo- vars, disc heaters, frying pans, Irons, sewing machine motors and every- thing that could possibly be used in the kitchen In 'the way of electrical cooking apparatus. The schools are placing an especially largo and fine ixhibit in. the main building. Truth About Mexico If you want to hear the truth about _ld Mexico, go to Wesley Hall next Monday night, when Sergeant-Major Schoof will lecture. Major School re- turned from Mexico only the other lay. On his way north be lectured n many of the larger coast cities, where big crowds flocked to hear jomethlng about the country to which the eyes of the world are no'w turned. The Major was attached to Villa's staff In an honorary position during ,he winter campaign, and knows Villa through and through. The Major is a soldier of renown, who has travelled ,he world over, and knows tho fight- ng game from every angle. Besides lis remarkable fund of first-hand knowledge, he has a collection of curios collected in many lands, 'which n themselves are worth going a long wny to see. Owing to recent swiftly novlng ovonU In Mexico, Major Schoof's lecture on Monday evcnbig will be most timely. BANK T COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., U- D_ D.c U. Prtildut ALEXANDER. LAIRD, TftmT illff 1 i.l f i in i.l 4 V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western BranenM CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUJES FOR THE SUMS OF of payable at their face value in the principal countries of the world, arc sold for a small commission by all branches of the Bank, Easily and. self-identifying-, they are almost indispensable to the traveller. The holder is protected in the event ot loss of the cheques, as a separate letter of identification is issued with them. There is no safer or more'convenient method of carrying money when travelling. s W4J Lethbridge Branch Rv L Brymner, Mgr. DRINK KUJOIBBON TEA One of Wholesome of beverages. Western Canada's most popular Tea. You try it. Bend Advertisement with 25 cfnts to. Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Bock. The best cook book for use in Western Canada. Write name and address plainly. Grazing Rights on the Blood Reserve While at 'last ses- sion of Parliament, Mr. W. A. Buch- enquiries oE the gov- ernment about the leasing of tho Blood Indian Reserve for grazing pur- poses. The Hon. Dr. Roche, Minis- ter of the Interior, intimated to Mr. Buchanan that no new lease had been made, though the old holders of the lease are still utilizing the reserve for grazing purposes. It is impossible for the-Department to throw the re- serve open peuuiiig tlie decision of a law suit, in 'which the holders of tho old 'lease arc concerned. The Min- ister intimates that the proposal to al- low the stock farmers adjacent to graze on the reserve has been ob- jected to by quite a number of people, and the scheme has been condemned' being impracticable. The Indians also are strongly opposed to the pro- position- Compliments Cadets The Superintendent of Schools fs in receipt of a highly complimentary re- port in regard to the recent Inspection of No. 301 Public School Cadet corps. The inspector notes with satisfaction the efficiency of the instructor, and expresses his pleasure that..more at- tention has been given to the gallery rifle practice. The battalion parade at the close of the inspection was. con- sidered particularly good. tor hopes that next year more: a'dvanc- ed training In reconnHisance ami fie'id work may be carried on. In 'conclu- sion, Col. Crulckshunk his appreciation of the good work.-belng done by this corps. dust or flying ashes. Ash chutes guide all ashes into convenient pan. No ash shovelling M. w necessary. See the McClary or writs for booklet. by Geo. K. Dixon Co.