Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS >TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor iMt a Day Hottl In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD iWHEN IN LtTHiRIBOI The Dallas Hotel Is the But and Mott Oonvtn- ft Busk's A PERFECTLY. BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS iWiIte for samples and bo convinced. Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRfDGE, ALBERTA. Tou can obtain this food from Oia following dealers: Taylor Millins Co., Alta, Taylor Jiilllni t' Elevator Co., JMna, B.C. Alberta Pactao 'Co., Cal- fair, Alta. Campbell. Wilt6h Lethbridge, Alia. Home, Crown Feed Alta. Produce Co., Bisrator Letkbrldje, Alti. Hat Milling Co., Madl- Hat, Alta. MacdoElll t Co., Loltllridle, Alta. Oglirie MilllBk Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, NOTICE That our-new Menu Prices are within reach of everybody. Short Orders and Lunches served at all hours from 7 p.m. to 8 BREAKFASTS. SPECiAL -.itlXCHES AND iuy-y-K-B'S Sewed at regular, hours, and knowing the wants of the Lethbridge as I do, I will endeavor to cater to their wants, and cordially invite them all to give us a trial. N. H. Lethbridge Hotel Good Service and Sanitary Dining Room. Starland TONIGHT EXTftA! EXTRA! HILLCREST MINE DISASTER Eeal Feature Photoplays YOUR FAVORITE Miss 0. Bichards LATEST SONG HITS CITY AND DISTRICT Fine Display of Trophies Major Schoof, late honorary mem- ber of General Pancho Villa's staff, and eS-major of former President Francisco .Madero's army, wiM speak t at AVesley church on' Sunday everting I on the subject "The Conquest of Darkest Africa by the Missionary, Sol- dier and Trader: and Religions and Superstitions in Mexico." On Mon- day evening the Major will lecture on "The Truth -About givics the causes of tile Mexican revolution, character sketches of the great lead- ers, and his own einerienrpR in some of the battles under .Madero and Villa. He will .have on exhibition at the same place his museum of war and j hunting trophies from Africa and Mexico, including shells, guns, sabres, pistols, spears, machettes, flags. Two Articles you will Have to Preserve now if you want any; Strawberries from Creston B.C.; and Bing Cherries from Lewiston, Idaho In another ten'tes or so the Strawberries will bo off tlic market, and Olng'C.herrleB will Uo off the. market any day now. A few week-end Specials: HARVEST STRAWBEHIiY line a Jam us-Is racked an.vwlwro. Full weight, live pound pills Special pn p il CRBSTOX Finest quality, price perorate Or 3 baskets tor UING boxes- Price per. box Or per liED liasltft...........20c. N'oxt week we will be getting Raspberries for preserving from Washington. Orders taken for these new KKESH CRKA.MBHY Hose brand, per iioitml TRKSII DAIRY pound .......25c VKA1, .per pound' ............25c Sliced, per pound ............70c DENT'S ENGLISH Sliced. 2 pounds for...................65c uoi pouij 1 30c DK.VrS BONED Sliced. 2 pounds for Try n ppund'orso of Peak Preun's Old Coun- trv P.iscuits. They are delicious. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, fair.. Calgary, raining. _-.-.-.. Medicine Hat, raining. Macleod. cloudy Red Deer, clear Prince Albert, clear Saskatoon, fair. Moose _Jaw. cloudy... Brandon, cloudy Portcge, cloudy Pierson, clear Winnipeg, fair. Port Arthur, clear. Nelson Max. '67' 60 7t: ..64 54 64 70 71 7i 7J S3 63 Aim 40 !.55 34 36 39 44 40 45 48 44 46 41 The weather has been cool through- out the prairie provinces. A few showers of rain have occurred in Man- itoba and in Alberta. Forecast Manitoba Cool showers in some localities tonight and on Friday. Saskatchewan and Cool, ith showers in most localities.; CITY AND DISTRICT Inspecting Oil Leases C. J. Braren of Claresholm is in the south country looking over some oM leases. Citizens' Ambulance Class There will bs a meeting of the Citi- zens' Ambulance class in Bailey street school tomorrow (Friday) night at S o'clock. Buyers in West Clinton C. Brown, representing Criminen wool merchants of Boston, and F. A. of tho 'irm of Holiwell, Jones Gordon, al- so of Boston, are district look- ng over the 1914 wool crop, which is practically' shorn, and lining up the situation so that'they may be right on Oh, Those Freckles Many women are unable to ciijoy the healtli giving pro- perties of good Canadian sun- shine siriiply because they immediately reap a fme crop of freckles. You needn't worry about that. Go ahead and enjoy a out In it all day. If freckles come Nyal'a Freckle Lotion will rfimove them as well.as the tan. If your skia gets 'burned. Nyal's Face Cream 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 NYAL'S The Red Gross Drug CITY AND DISTRICT On Business Jaunt F. Sick: has'soiio to Calgary on a business trip. I.O.G.T. Lodges ;6 Meet A meeting'of Hope or Lethbridse and Onward lodges. I.O.G.T.. will 'be held in the Baptist, church hall on Friday evening at eight o'clock. Bank Clearings Bank clearings for the week ending today were within-SeoOO of the figures for the: corresponding week of last year. The figures for the week were: last year, Empress OF BETHUUA" In 4 Parts MONDAY AND TUESDAY KANGAN SACKED .London; June "Exchange Telegraph Go.'s despatch'from Shang- bai, says that Kangan, 125 miles northwest of Pekin; was sacked last night.--- T4ie despatch adds that the foreigners in the city were not harm- but gives no details. Kangan is an important commercial city of more than inhabitants, fijluattd on the.caravan route to Si- near the great wall. The high cost of liv- ing- solved bj-'catiiisy at the DALLAS CAFE i'ull Dinner 1'rom 12 to Cents Pic and Coffee 10 Cents .Short Orders at all hours skins of wild animals of the two coun-1 the ground for next year, tries, robes, uniforms, tusks and Mex-' ican and African native costumes. This collection is one of the most complete of its''kind in-Canada. IlED IN MM El Paso, June Rod- riguez died of his wounds received at Zacatecas, according to advices re- ceived by friends here. Resides Gm. Herrera, among .the other officers wounded were t General Benito Gar- cia and Col. Rodolfo Fierro. The Constitutionalist soldiers scal- ed hill after hill and mountain after killing and wounding thousands of Federals anil sustaining heavy losses themselves. So far it has been impossible to secure an ac- curate estimate of losses on both sides. East Kootensy Fair The prize list for East Kootenay's fall fair is just to hand. This fair, which is held at Cranbrook1 on Sep- tember 15 and 15f is cue the big events in the disirict centreing or, Cranbrook, and the prize list indi- cates that the fair this fall will be bigger and better than ever. Chinese Fracas Jim Wing, a Chinese cook, had to fork over this morning for the privilege of. painting Charlie Lung's face hy hand. Charlie copped Wing's job as cook at the Castle Hotel, and Wing took his compensation for the same in hide. He pleaded guilty to the charge in police court, but anoth- er Celestia'i, Jim Ging, who was charged with the samp offence, would not admit having assaulted Charlie, and his case was remanded. Mat Homolous paid Sl.oi) into the 'city coffers for allowing his calf to appro- priate the blossoms along iho city streets. Cottage Snap room "fully modern cottage, on fifty feet, one block wost of '-13th Street Xorth :For .quick Skis. Terms. Houses to Rent. Money to Loan Programme of School Concert Tho following is a programme of The heaps of 'lead on the mountain jtnc school concert, which is to be held sides and in the ytv ..hore out thejin Wesley church tomorrow night; testimony of ferocity of the fighting. Chorus, Galbratth General Villa was in the van of the I solo, 'Try-New-Life' Type A Outfit, This outfit comes packed in very .handsome red satin lin- ed leather carrying case and contains a long enough to attach to any electric light socket. It alfo contains six different Applicators; an oil can. with special lubricating oil and a regulator on., the machine. However, wonder- ful results can be obtained with this outfit and a great many people prefer it be- cause it is not.as powerful as tho Type C Outfit, which is a larger and- more-powor- ful machine at ?35.00. The very last word in scien- tific methods of helping tired Nature to regain her'lcst" bal- ance is "Try-New-Life." We supply new parts. -Waiting for Papers The Kehoe Lakes Oils, Limited.'is now practical'iy complete. The arti- cles of agreement have been signed, and will shortly be on their way to Edmonton, ;where the incorporation papers Will-be-made out. Evangelistic Services J. S. Raiim, evangelist at the church, preached last night on -the subject "The Second Coming of Jesus." His text was taken from John if 1 go and prepare a place for come again, and receive you unto Myself." The sub- ject tonight will be "Baptism." Come and .let us view together, the passages of Scripture bearing on this subject, which has caused so much, contro- versy in' the- Christian world. Ser- vices at eight o'clock. Market Tomorrow Tomorrow will1 sec another public and there is every as- surance that It will be better than last Tuesday's, which was marked by thc turnout of every housewife in Ijethbridge. The disadvantages un- der which the market is being formed, through lack of facilities, and the fact that the farmers adjacent to the city are not in a position to patronize it, is a condition that is gradually being overcome by the marketmaHter, J. A. Smith, who intends to have ev- erything saleable on hand tomorrow. Ul____ attacking party. Five members of his j Lethbridge, Master Matson; chorus, staff accompanying him, were wound- j Fleetwood school; piano duet, Mary The-number'of Constitutionalist jand Muriel HiRinbotham; reading, officers killed "or wounded was 'un-'.Master Whitney Young; two-part usually great. General Trinidad Rod-j chorus, grades four to eight, city one oi the best of. Villa's hri- school: soprano solo, Master King- ston; piano solo, Meryl O'Magan; vio- City Livery 'Started Commissioner Grace lias provided a city livery for tin- isTortii Sidrj- people who are rompnllod to walk between the two E'iuo line cars during the con- school; piano Jstructlon of stihvay. The rairi oration on lias caused a flood in the excavations, and Mr. Grace has taken this means gade commanders, was shot through the tbroat and is not expected to live. to convey to and fro. A democrat with three scats meets BUSINESS LOCALS The cost of living solved by P ii 0. R. Modern danco instruction book, 11- lustra-tions Trom photogi-jiins, by .Sir, and Mrs. Vf.ruori Custle. For snle "by Mascn Hisch J.td. Toronto, June remark- able testimony place Hon. 3. H. Blake filled In 'the community was thq'large and represontativ fin solo, Max chorus, eaUng at DallaS Cafe_ Dinner Central school; flute solo, Arthur from ,0 2i cwits. Pie and Coffee Morgan: pisno solo, .Margaret Smith; j 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. united school chorus, "Oil, Revenue for Municipalities A deputation from the union of Al- berta municipalities 'wailed on Pre- mier Hifton, with regard to financial relationships between the govern- ment and the municipalities. They that the revenue of the munici- palities had been decreased by the abolition of income and personal pro- taxes, and by the reduction of the hospital Hchoo! grants, and course that gathered in the great odi- contended thnt .instead or the govern, flee of St. Paul's Church at the pub-Irnent appropriating all the Honor II- lic funeral service this afternoon. i cense .revenue and a great many of Members of the bench and fines in police cases, a more e'fiuit- crainont In the Church, civic dignltar- j able division shoulrt bo made. Prem- ies nnd representatives of the Ontario jicr Slfton made a number of inquiries joined in a tribute to his j and promised to submit the represent-' worth. Jmions to his Hotel Outlet Proctor, B, C, G. and L. Snow, Props. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenayn WRITE FOR INFORMATION Look Who's Here At the j. .McUIlian, I.. Hibbarrl, R. H. Jlearn, R. W. H. G. Ma reliant, Arthur Dowse, K. P. Howard, Ira E. Segur, Joseph Errington, J. P. McArthur and }h -Mct'onnell, all of Calgary; G. A. Yancy, Spokane, E. De'line and P. E. 'Taprell, Chicago; H. A. McICowan, Cranbrook; it. A. Wynn, Cqutls, the Rev. and Mrs. A. Swayne, Dow Is- land; W. B. .McCallum and F. A, Un- Moose Jaw; Harry Smith, Mill: River; M. Bennett, Chicago; R. iW. Pilling, Cardston; Allan Morton, New Dayton; Arcliillc Carney and son, Taber; Ray' Knight, Raymond; J. A. Blair, T. F. Patterson, B. Armstrong and Dr. Tulford, Vancouver; Thus. W. Ditsou, New Dayton; J, C. Graves, Stauntou; .f..E. Miller, Montana; Allan, Vancou- ver; D. S. McConucll, Victoria; J. A. Bistiop, At the K. Milner, Mrs. C. It. Adams, Yetwood; J. Bower, Yetwood; S. G. Jamieson, Bow Island: J. R. McKay, Lomond; Neil Chrtston- scn, Magratli: George P. Thometx, Calvary; Charles B. HIM, Ottawa. At the A. Povvell, Macleod; II, Hooper, Vancouver; Mrs. M. M. Olson, Merii Lake; T. Wlilte- head, Winnipeg; G. P. Snowden, Cal- gary; A. E. ClemtUeran, Edmonton; J. P. Whitty, A. C. Walch, D. Marshall and P. Nash, Warner; N. M. Kalbc, Buffalo; O. Berg, J. Raken and H. Brldgford, Warner; James Cowie, In- dian Head; T. Laliff, Winnipeg; W, C. Bryan, Jaa. Taylor, Chicago; C. ,1. Bvare, Chiresholm; Charlea Al- len, Calgary: W. M. Harrison, Winni- peg; K. R. Spruce. Toronto; W. H. Mclntosh, Magrntlr, J. S. Stafford, Calgary; M. Mackie, F. C. Turn- er, Minneapolis; A. .McDonald, Great Falls; Mrs. J. 10. Shipmaii and dnugli- ter, Hdmonlon; P. U. Olds, H. Ed. Lawrunce, Jns. Hhmchanl, S. Baldwin, K..I. Anderson, F. A. New, W. Doocly, W. Goodrich, W. Hutchi- son, M. Ironsltlfi, H. J. Muir- head, Pc-altcrs and W. Kt Bray, Ci-- Biiry; J. S, Snnlsoii, Nuu'.on; Ctilgary. Try a Sack Then You'll Know PHONE 665 Eqr Ydur Lethbrjdge IJeer Quarts Stalt' Heeifease Pints f c.aso Quarts cp ease Pints1 J'fCaso and 'Bottles li Iveg fine -quarter. Keg t B, REUTER 5th Street South.- Friday and Saturday Will be the faineir Days at the Red Corner housekeepers many a dollar hy bringing about the ]iresent low prices on Enaniqlwiire, hut on these two days we arc offering the best values of the.season. Saturday VALUES TO 90o VALUES TO 90c A .Jnok .at-the goods do ITIOIT than a. of talk, but our advice is sbop ea'r.ly as in some limited. THE RED CORNER 3RICE A. McKAY. CORNER 3rd AVE. and 6th STREET. B. of T. Asks for: Public Meeting The regular .'weekly meeting of the Hoard of Trade Council. iiflid to- day after :i sumptuous repast at tho Lethbridge- Hotel, served by N. H. .Murray, the new manager. Commis- sioner. Grace spoke of the relief the city had cent to HJllcrest, and on the progress on the dubway at. Thirteenth street. President gave a brief report of his visit to Calgary, and of the ScSBior. or i-im Kuimi of Railway Commissioners which tended. A motion was passed re- questing tho commissioners a meeting of the voters .to discuss -'tlio. money bylaws and-' deben- ture issues, some tinie previous to'the voting on July 8. John II. Laiur.s, sn.perintetidpht of Iho mint at Philadelphia, lias- resign- ed. He had hold the position since firepot has straight can't cling. You with a clear fire anii niore heat from same coal. See the McGlary dealer or write for booklet. Sold by Gen. K. Dixon Co.