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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor $1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta WMCN IN LETHVRIDQi The Dallas Hotel it the Beat and Moat ConyM'. lent PI�M � tay \ 1 Dr. Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICK* Wxite for samples and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling & Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. Tou can obtain this food from Thylor MUlin* ft Etex-ator Co., Lethbrid�e, Ailts. Tajrior MtlUiig ft Elevator Co.. .N�liOB,B.C. A���a I^cMo OMin Co., Cal-cwr. Alta. Oanpbell, WUaon ft Home. LetbbrUve, Atta. Crown Feed 4 Produce Co., Cklcarr, Alta. the following dealers: CllUon MllUne ft Elevator Co., iethbridge, Alta- Medieine Hat MiUtnt; Co., Medicine Hat. Alta. 'A, Macdonald ft Co., Lethbridse, Alta. OgilTle MUUnrCo., Ltd., Medicine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood MSUs, Calsary, Alia. NOTICE That our nerw Menu Prices are within reach of everj-body. Short Orders and Lunches served at all hours from 7 p.m. to S a.m. OLUB BREAKFASTS, SPECIAL Lr^^CHES AXD DIXXEES Served at regular bom's, and knowing the wants of tie Lethbridge people as I do, I will endeavor to cater to tihelr wants, and cordially Invite them all to sive us a trial. N. H. MURRAY-Manager Lethbrldge Hotel Cafe. Good Service and Sanitary Dining Room. amiiiiiiiiniiiiii iHllllllllilimiJi!; In the Midst of Life- we are in debt iio doubt about it! The man who, after paying his bills, buttons up his pockets and says that a just world can demand nothing further from him, is indulging in a very selfish outlook. Tliere are further claims to be settled-claims which rest upon every man, and fall upon each according to his ability to shoulder them. Claims which, compared with the trivial bills of a lifetime, are as a mountain to a molehill. No one can hope to settle them in full. But there is satisfaction in the thought that claims of this kind can, in a measure, be capitalized and provided for by means of life assurance Ask today-while you are insurable-for particulars of an Imperial Life policy to meet your own particular needs. Your doing so will pla>:e you under DO obligation whatever. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE  TORONTO J. B. Waide, District Nmger. Letfabridse SJHillllllllllilililllHIIillillHIIIIIHIHIIHillg Iflllirr Jsl An Extra Special on Royal ! Ann Cherries For Preserving Yesterday wo secured ;i c[iinntity of l^oyal Ann Chcrrie.s put up in crates like plums, l baskets 1(1 the crnto. They are a lilfic below ihc avcrafic size but arc ail sound and will do fine for preservinjj!. We liave only about a dozen of these left and wc arc olVer-ing lliein at the very low price ol'. per crate.................................$1.25 CRESTON STRAWBERRIES FOR PRESERVING Do not delay in placinif your order NOW lor these, for the quality is at. its best and the price will not be much lower, I)ossibly 2v)C. but the qualify will easily be a good deal more. Price jjcr crate $3.50 RED RASPBERRIES From Washington; the first of tiie season arc now on the market. Price per basket.......................... .25c DING CHERRIES FOR PRESERVING In 20-tt) boxes. We have sonic ordered that were to have been here the middle of (his week. The price and (inality arc to bo the best going this season. Place your order now lor a case of these. As wc do not know the cost wc arc unable to name a price; however, the price will be as low as we can possibly make it. rnoneiz/i high-clasIs groceries Phone 525 WEATHER Max. Min. Lethbrldge, clear...... 60 40 Edmonton, cloudy.. ..62 44 .02 Calgary, fair....... 64 40 . iledlcine Hat, clear .. 6S 40 Macleod, cloudy...... 61 44 .10 Red Deer, clear...... 65 38 .20 Prince Albert, cloudy. 58 48 .28 Saskatoon, cloudy ---- 66 �45 .08 Swift Current, fair ... 65 \QS .04 Moose Jaw, clear .... 64 48 Regina, clear....... 66 49 Broadview, clear..... 70 42 Brandon, fair... .... 73 40 Portage, clear.. .... 60 47 Winnipeg, clear..... 86 48 Port Arthur, clear ... 72 52 Penticton ---- ...; 69 50 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fine and generally cooler. Light local showers have occurred in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecast All West-Fair and comparatively cool today and on Thursday. CITY AN13 DISTRICT Begin to Build Elevator . Work on the construction of the terminal elevator at Calgary has commenced. New Dayton Farmer Injured .lohn Forslin, a prominent farmer in the Xew Dayton district, Was brought in to the city yesterday with a broken leg sustained while engaged in drilling a well. The derrick fell on him. It might be stated that the well is simply a water well. Big Time July 4 On .luly 4. the Cameron club, famous as celebrators, will hold a grand Canadian-American picnic on the Cameron field on the banks of the Belly river, in 32-10-19. There may not be any oil at this location, but there will certainly be one fine big time there on the "Glorious Fourth." Everyone who ioves a good day's sport should keep the date In mind. It is reported by the committee that "cur old friend O. T. Lathrop will be on hand as usual to make 'er hum." th The fanner who has his crop in on summer fallow is tlie most cheerful fellow these days. The high cost of lU^ ing solved by eatiiig at the DALLAS CAFE .Full Dinner from 12 to 2-25 Cents Pie and Coffee 10 Cents Short Orders at all hours Paris.-Six hundred letter carriers of Paris had today barricaded themselves within the Central post office, of which they took possession last evening when they went on strike, and a force of eight hundred policemen was placed in position around the great block by the authorities, who were considering whether or not to storm the place and forcibly expel the strikers. Mr. Elton at Raymond D. H. Elton delivered a lecture at Raymond Opera house on Sunday night on the subject of "Temperance." His remarks met the hearty approval of the large-crowd that was in attendance. He illustrated his lecture with maps and diagrams, showing the progress of the great movement in the last few years. The virtues and graces follow with temperance, while the evils and sorrows go with the drunkenness. A coiioction was taken at the close for the benefit of the Lellibridge Latter Day Saints' meeting house, which is in course of erection. Gbttage Snap 6 room fully modern cottage, on fifty feet, one block west of l&m Street North $2500^ For quick sule. Terms. Hounes to Rent. Money to Loan ;OWSI fV Ml WfRK I.AM> V- 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 Address on Bible Study The address last evening at the Christian church was most explicit on "How to Study the Bible." First, is considered the two testaments, the Old and the Xew, or the old law and the new law; in the O'id are books of the law, history, poetry and prophecy; in the New law are the books of biography, the letters to Christians, John's revelation, and the Acts of the Apostles; the latter book stands alone, inasmuch as it a'ione tells the way of Ealvation. Before reading any part of the Bible, we ought to ask "Who Is spe-iking? Who is spoken to? In what dispensation?" This will enable a belter understanding of the passages read. The way of remission from past sirs being found, the seeker after truth can find the Christian's directions in the letters written to �them. Both testaments are of divine inspiration. Paul says the law was our schoolmaster to bring us to Christ. From the old law are carried many of the commands into the new; the new law embraces all that is essential in the old; the new, a greater lav/ of love and liberty in Christ .lesus.  Tonight the subject will he, "The Second Coming of Chj-lst: the End of ti'.e World." lively body welco:i;> Oh, Those Freckles Many women are unable to enjoy the health giving properties of good Canadian sunshine simply because they immediately reap a fine crop of freckles. You needn't worry about that. Go ahead and enjoy a sunbath-stay Out in it all day. If freckles come Nyal's Freckle Lotion will remove them as well as the tan. If your skin gets burned, Nyal's Face Cream take out the soreness and redness. ; Nyal's Freckle Lotion is only half a dollar while the creaf sells for a quarter. Don't -forgefSlhttt name-^- ' 43^ NYAL'S The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., L'mited Phane HS THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should resch this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The regular meeting of the Trades and Labor Council will be held In the Labor Temple tomorrow night at 8. The Board of Trade will hold its regular luncheon on Thursday noon, 12.30, at the Lethbrldge Hotel cafe. Bowling on thej;reen, Gait Gardens, tonight at 7.30. A full turn out of the bowlers is requested, as the green is in fine condition. The most effective application for School Children's Heads. Easilj^ applied. 35c a bottle MKtKTAS l>IONr.i,!tDmir,(,IMS J.D.HlGlNBdTHAM fAo I. I I L U WHOLESALC AND HCTfllL CHEKlisTS AND 'OnUCCISTS THE jfe^uixii. STOnC CITY AND DISTRICT Off to Winnipeg C. Marinaro, of the Marinaro Macaroni Co., left on a business trip to Winnipeg this morning. Hillcrest Pictures Coming- Manager Richmond, of Starland, is in receipt of a telegram today, stating that the exchange are sending him for Thursday, pictures of the Hillcrest disaster, on s'iides. Kronlng's Job The new chief of police at Edmonton has placed Detective Kroning at the head of the detective and morality departments. Noted. Missionary Coming Air. C. A. Colman, who is in charge of the missionary work of the Presbyterian church among the Chineso in Western Canada, will- arrive In the city at the end of the week. Mr. Colman wi"!! address a meeting of the Chinese of the city in Knox church on Sunday at 4. Mr. Colman speaks the Chinese dialect fluently, so that the Chinamen of the city will do n'ell to hear him on Sunday afternoon. CITY AND DISTRICT Traded Lease for Stock A local man today consummated a deal whereby he trades an oil lease on one-quarter section of land In 1-12, east of Coutta for 800 shares of Piedmont, 600 of -\lberta Petroleum, and 10 Black Diamond. At the ruling market quotations, this is equivalent to $220.00. Police Court Albert Klopsh was fined $1.00 and costs in police court this morning for allowing his cow to graze on the public highway. .Archie Lander was fined the same amount for being drunk and disorderly. Mark White and A. G. Hutton faced a similar charge, but their cases were remanded until tomorow.' � John Garllck was Qrdered to 'p�y a one dollar fine for beinfe drt|nlt, kn^ for refusing to pay for his meftli. Hlll'e Statement About Explosion. C. P. Hill, the largest owner la tha Hillcrest Collieries, who lives �t Montreal, left immediately after the newa'~ of the explosion for HiWcrest. He' gave out the following statement: "There was never any gSB In the mines, and I should know, for I was directly associated -with It for' ten years. It is one of the risks that always Is liable to occur in the coal mining industry-strike, underground to a new vein, where gas is, and it gushes forth and an explosion tikes place." City of Uthbridge BYUW NO. 239 (Gontinued from page 11) Empress "JUDITH OF BETHULIA" MONDAY AND TUESDAY BUSINESS LOCALS The high coat of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to 2, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. 162-0 .Moftern dance instruction book, il-lustra^;ions from photographs, by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle. For sale by Mascn & Risch Ltd. 164-6 Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. G, and L. Snovi/, Props. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays WRITE FOR-INFOR.MATION Look Who's Here At the Dallas-A. D. McDonald and F. A. Stephens, Badger Lake; S. M. Pratt, Cardston; Neil Christenson, Ma-grath; W. Z. Mack, Granum; G. W. Hanes, Great Falls; G. W. Smith and family, Terry, Mont.; A. El Dupen, Hoyal View; J. R. McKay, David Nichols and R. L. Scott, Cayley; E. Wright, Calgary; Louis Raursdell, Chicago. At the Lethbrldge-F. D. Headley, Chicago; W. W. Dore, Vancouver; P. J. Mayer, Calgary; P. J. Irelaid, Calgary; E. J. Roddy, Ca'igary; J. A. Kas-lansky, .Montreal; I. M. Wooley, Portland; F. S. -Macfle, Edmonton; J. H. Glynn, AVarner; Frank Warner, Warner; R. 1. W. Barrlngton, Calgary; I. iM. fieattie, Calgary; A. Montgomery, Praser .Mill, B.C.; J. C, Campbell, Winnipeg; A. J. -McLean, Taber; J. Y. Card, Cardston; D. Taylor, City; F. C. Kennedy, Winnipeg; II. Imes, Edmonton; .1. P. McNaraara, Montreal; H. Hillrey and wife, Pincher; S. Ross, Toronto. At the Alexandra-Mr. and Mrs. 11. R. Johnson, Stirling; Robert Jones. Chicago; Wm. Theade, Montreal: Jno. E. Wells, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Elliot, Chicago; W. W. Webster, Calgary; Mark Spencer, Cardston; Robert A. Wynn, Coutts; Ciynton C. Brown, Chicago; Peter Hammer, Tabor; H. R. Hill, Calgary; F. H. Stirling, Phl'ladelphia; C. E. Bee, Champion; F. W. Gardiner, Calgary; T. A. Weedling, Calgary; E. B. Page, Calgary; W. B. .VIcCullam. Moose Jaw; W. P. Anderson, Winnipeg; K. R. Post, S. A.; B. B. Tunper, Tacoma, Wash.; Mrs. W. S. Rays, Calgary; W. Travers and wife, 1915; W. Stevens and wife, 1915; iHrs. A, B. Carter, Medicine Hat; P. E. Taprill, Chicago; B. W. Gordon, Calgary; H. P. Walker, Winnipeg; A. G. Hammerlanrt, Calgary, A. Salverston, Champion; D. Diamond, Champion; E. Venville, Taber; A. Beck, Taber; J. Bllteryst, Taber; H. S. Napper, inspector, R.N.W. M.P., Macleod; R. W. Pilling, Cardston; E. W. Baliantyne, Calgary; C. Fryer, Magrath; Mrs. Dudley and daughter, Rayniond; M. J. Hlggins, .Milk River; F. V/. Frederick, Warner; R. J. Flynn, Calgary; W. H. Feo, Edmonton. Proposition "O" Tire sum of H92.-17 shall be raised annually to pay tlie Interest and the sum of $80.78 shall be raised annually to provide a sinking fund to pay -the d�(bt.. Proposition "P" The sum of $219.-19 ahall be ralsied annually to pay the Interest and the sum oif $92.14 ahall be raised annually to provide a sinking fund to pay the detot Proposition "Q" The �um of $195.-S4 Btiall be raloed annuelly to pay the interest and the sum of $82.11 Rball be raised annually to pron'ide a sinking fund to pay the debt. PropoeJUon "R" "I'lie sum of $461.-65 eball be ralee.d 'aanually to pay th� Interest .ai!4 the, sura of JIM.07 shall be ralied annufilly to provide a sltiUnc fund to p�y the debt. Propoeltlott "S" Tbe wm of $124.-39 �ball be raised anniislly to pay the tnterest and tihe sum of $58.29 shall be raised annually to provide a sinking fuad ,to ipay the d6l>t. Proposition "T" The tiura of $152.-80 shall be raised annually to pay the int�reiE/t and the sum of $64.23 shall be niied annually to provide a sinking fund to pay the di8*rt. Proposition "U" "The mm of $124.-65 'SihiaJl be.raised anpually to pay the Interest and the sum of $52.40 shall bo raised annually to provide a sinking fund to ipay the debt. Proposition "V" The sum of $2B�.-72 shall be raised annually to pay the Interest and the sum of $108.76 shall be raised annually to provide a sinking fund to 'pay tihe debt. ProposkloE "W" The srum of $270.-46 shall be raised anniially to pay the Interest and the 'Eotm of $118.69 shall be raised annually \o provide a sinking fund to pay tti� debt. Proposition "Y" The sum of $9.73 shall be raised annually to pay the Interest and tihe sum of $4.09 ehall be raised annually to provide a sinking fund to pay the debt. Proposltloi. "Z" The sum of $6.59 shall be raised annually to pay the interest 'and the sum of $3.61 shall be radsed annually to provide a sinking fund to pay the debt. Proposition "AA" The sunr of $189.69 shall be raised annually to pay the Interest apd the sum of $79.'.'0 BbaU be raised annually to provide a sinking fund to pay tlio debt.. Proposition "BB" The sum of $50.49 aliall be raised annually to pay the Interest and the sum of $21.23 shall be raised annually to provide a sinking fund to" pay the debt. Proposition "CC" The sum of $34.87 shall be raised anniially to pay the interest and the sum ;of $14.66 Bhall be -raised annually to provide a slnklng'fund) to pay the debt. �Propofi'tton "DD" The sum ol $20.87 shall be raised annually to paj? the Interest and the j&um of $8.77 shall be raised anmiaUy to provide a sinking fuad to pay the debt. Propbsitilon "EB" iTIhe sum c/I $657.66 shall be raised annually to pay the interest and the aum of $276.47 shall be raised annually to provide a elnklng fund to pay the debt. ProiposiUon "FP" The sum of $1,440.55 shall be raie�d annually to pay the interest and the sum of $605.-58 shall be ra'.aed annually to provide a Einklug fucd ' to pay Oie debt. ProppsJUon "GO" The rntm of ISl.tfi.iball be railed annoially to yay; ttte iatMvst and the mn ot 49.04 �bail! be riiised .aBnuaily to OTovlde a *tik^ Ing fuptf to pay tb� �b�. PrApd�tlon "ftR" The sum of $804.18 ahall be rals�t �A&ualIr to nay' tbre tatOTWt and the irKm of $a5.88' shall ke ml�ed aopwiHr'to jrmrlde ai 8. TSat the May^vJI^ ajUend atl his afflce In the Cl�r;i^iMh�i1|M at 10 o'clock In atitb fOfsnma on m second (8) d�x of JM| J�^m4,:aiBi \t raquestM flhali a^blbit 9�P�n^ to attend *t the flMU wottilnt M fm the vptes and ��e *��fi>iflo-�tt�Bdl at each polllac ^iiosi on biMnf �( the persons interested (n piriWlotitfk the pasalok �awaon, who Is appointed Deputy, Returning Officer to take the votes. , (b) For that porUoo of the City! lying South of the C. P. RalhV'ay at' l^e Labor Temple facing New. Pont, Office, on 7th Stree-t South, by B. O. atMdey, who is appointed Deputr Returning QIHoer to take the vOtea. READ a first time this 5t|h day oCj June A.D. 1914. , - . ,W. D. L. HARDIB, Mayor Wm. STBVBN; City Clerk RISAD a second time this 5th day U June A.D. 1914. W. D. L. HARDIB, Mayor j WM. 8TEVBN,   ' > City Clerk READ a third time and passed this' _________day of.............A.D. 1914. ........................ .Mayor .............City Clerk NOTICE Notice is 'hereby given that the above ts a true copy of the proposed By-law which haa been Introduced and, whlob may be finally passed by the Council in the event of the assant of the Bufgeases being obtained thereto after one month from ''.h'e first publication thereof in the Lethbrldge, Dally Herald newspaper and that date of such first publication lei the tenth (10)' day of June 1914, and that upon ttt*' day and at the .places fixed for taking votes at the BurgesteB the vptlng thereof will be held between the .hours ; of 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. WW. STEVEN, , .i City Clerk. ;