Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor t Hotel In Alb.ru I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .WHEN IN LBTHMIDOf The Dallas Hotel l> Iho Bail and -Molt CohV (wit mm OP, Busk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS for camples and be convinced. Made bj Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Tou esn ofttftin this food from the following dealari: Ellison Milling, i Elevator Medicine Hat .Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Xita. 'A'. Macdontli k Co., Letbbridte, -A1U. Oilivie MilllntlGo., Ltd., Medl- clM Hat, jUtft.- RoWn Hood Calsary, Alia. Milling Elevator Co., Letibridge, jUU. Milling Elevator Co., NeUen, B. C. Alberta PaoMo Grain Co., Cal- tar, A1U. Wilson Horns, A1U. Crown Feed Produce Co., Calgary, Aita. Music With Meals TAKE LUNCH AND DINNER WHILE LISTENING TO Preisz Select Orchestra AT THE Lethbridge Hotel Cafe N. H. MURRAY, Manager Dining Room. Our-neiv Menir Prices within the reach of You are sure of a Good Meal and right at the Commercial Oyster and Chop House Beside Robertson's Book Store Filth Street South. Best 25c Meal IN THE CITY.. TRY IT ONCE Rylands Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL HALL BORCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Notice of Meeting There Ttill he a special meeting of the Police Commission on Monday af ternoon'at three o'clock at the Council Chamber. The high cost of liv- ing- solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 2 Pie and Coffee Short Orders at all hours LETHBRIDGE FAIR Jiily 7. S. 9 5AGE DRESSING Cottage Snap G room fully modern cottage, on fifty feet, one block west ot 13th Street North Fur-quick-tale. Terms. Houses t.o Rent. Money to Loan DOWSLtY Ml'UIMJN LAND HANDING "ONE TO BOB When Eve handed one to Adam, Jonah one, 'emeticalfy, to the whale, Davjd one to Goliath, Peter one to Ananias, 'William I. -one' to the Britons, Scotch Robert one to English Corbett one to Sullivan, and so on, little wot the banders out of "ones" that they would all be eclipsed in the 20fJi century when "the col." "uue to Bab." Col. Humpty Dumpty of the gal- lant Betwixt and Set weens, who modestly initials his title with a lower case c, gleefully rollicks on a hfgh wall surrouriding a column width of words, scrnQ of them al- leged to be poetry after Austin the Lariat (not our predestined free and making caus- tic comment on bystanders and filch. I do hate sarcasm. Oh! for a head worthy of uncovering! Oh! for an''umbie posture that would lend propulsion to a foot encased In a No.-13 iwlice shaped hoot, pointing in a "ra-pld direction" to- ward a do-it-ho-w sort of rear be- to "the col." Talking about Oil on waters, why don't, we hire :and im.nort a troupe of- Macbeth witches to dance around the. Dingman Derrick soulfully chanting Oil! .Bubble and with Locke music to match? It might hoodoo that CAPPING which Ig ao fashionable of late at our OirSpas. Business is nothing'to wireless about, but what a time we're hav- ing, SB the two yokels observed when they dissipated In a split lemonade at the Circus, Bring us your work In Printing; Killing, and Binding if you want all round satisfaction and correct prices, Stay us with daily work; Comfort us with steady payment; For we are sick of STRINGENCY. rniNTERS 4. STATIONERS, R. Prop. 1903 Same Stand 1914 Two Articles you will Have to Preserve now if you any; Strawberries frorrr Creston B.C., arid Birig Cherries from Lewiston, Idaho In another ton ila.vs or so will bo off tho market, ami Ring Cherries will bo off tho market aiiy'day. A few nTok-eud HAIiVKBT STHAWBBKUY lino a qualiiy Jam as is..pai.'keil anywhere: .Full weight, Ilvo pound pails. Speci.il ppr i.. CRKSTON Finest quality, price per crnto Or ij baskets for.............. HI NO Price per box Or per pbunH KED basket..........'.Z0c Xext week we will be getting Raspberries for 53.50 50c preserving 1'rom Washington. these now. Orders taken for FRESH CRRAMBUV Wild Uose.brandi per pound FRESH DAIRY pound'.......25c VEAL Sliced, 'per.-nnnnrt per pound ............70c DENT'S Sliced, ".2 poiimls pound......................30c DENT'S BONED. Sliced., 2 pounds for ,'..65c Try a pound or so of Peak Frenn's Old Coun- try They are delicious. Office: THE GOOD CO Store: DL JlJLj ni Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone WEATHEB Lethbridge, clear 68 Edmonton, rain' 54 Calgary, ,64 Medicine Hat, clear, 68 Macleod, clear r.. 71 Refl Deer, cloudy.. 59- Prince Albert, rain 5E ilcose Jaw, cloudy...; 51 -Max. Min. 42 40 42 36 4S .15 .4S .22 4S .70 1.22 146 1.02 47 1.10 .0' '49 .5' -5S .03 60 begins, cloudy 50 3u'Appelle, rain..... 50 Indian Head, cloudy 53 Moosomin, 'Cloudy 5G Tstevau, cloudy.-.. ..59 3randon, .cloudy.... 60 Winnipeg, cloudy.. The weather has been cool ih.the irairie provinces. Scattered showers of rain have fallen in Manitoba, heavy iins in the Qu'Appele valley, and In parts of northern- Saskatchewan and northern Alberta. Forecast and showery today. Sunday, partly" fair and cool; showers. ahu showers, but partly fair- and Sun. day, generally fair or higher temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT Left Family W. Ostreich of Bow'Island passed a'way suddenly; in the .Medicine Hat lospital. The -deceased was well known and had '-a; homestead about even miles, southeast of Bow Island. fc is a particularly sad 'case, as his widow and family are in bad.circum- tances financially. i ag Day for Relief Fund Labor organizations all over the ountry are interesting themselves in the matter of relief for the Hiilcrast offerers. The local Trades and La- or Council is arranging to bold a tag day during the fair for this purpose. A committee has been appointed to look after the work. It is composed of B. F. Wakelln, chairman; J. E. Harris, Donald McNabb, J. Joelell, H.' Dell and S. W. Tuckwell. Empress' Registered Mail Postmaster Higiubotham has receiv- ed a communication from the Post Of- fice department-asking him to furnish names and addresses of- senders of registered mail from Lethhritige be- tween May 22 and May 25, which mail was lost on board the Empress of Ire- laud on May 28. Senders of such reg- istered mail will be notified by the Postmaster, and to expedite matters, it is important that they sliould-fur- nish all desired information as EOOII as possible. Price fif HAMMOCK? AND CROQUET SETS AVe have.a full line of these, summer necessities at ex- tremely low prices. Get one of-these at the bar- gain 'Price .before all gone. to 510.00 (With 20% off) Croquot to SSlOO (With 20% off) TheRedGross Drug Book Co., Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Nqtlcei-for this Column ihould reach.thit Office before 12 o'clock -noon on the day of publication Can Yon Thread a Needle Without Wearing1 Saturday Soap Special Band-concert, Citizens Bairn, in Afi ams Park, Sunday evening at 'air. Column, in Chinese dialect, wil address Chinamen of the city a Knox church at 4 tomorrou" afternoon All Cliiuameu and Chinese boys in Mr. Colman, in charge of work among Chinese Western Canada will address the Adult Bible Class pi Knox church at 12 (noon) tomorron during the Sunday School hour. Al interested invited. Subject, "How Mission Work at Home Helps Mission AVork Abroad." CITY AND DISTRICT Shot Timber .Wolf last week shot and killed a large timber 'wolf on his farm near the city. The roam- ing around the buildings, and had al- ready done considerable damage. Credit Marvin Town L. Coates, representing, the Canad- ian Credit Men's association, is a visi- tor in the city1, and is engaged in look- ing after the affairs of the North Lethbridge Co-Operative society. Likely Counsel for Inquest 'In. all probability, John R. Palmer of this city-will 'be the counsel for the miners at the inquest which is to be held nert Thursday at Hillcrest. Colin Macleod of Macleod will represent the mine o'wners. Crop Prospects Good A. Patterson of Stirling was in the city yesterday for a few hours. He was very greatly pleased at the change in the crop aspect since the recent rain, and enamored 'with the. present prospects, which he considers I'ery good. Chief Justice Goes to Europe Edmonton Journal: Chief Justice Harvey will shortly leave the city for a visit to Germany, where his family is now holidaying. He has made ar- rangements to sai'i on the Cincinnati, which departs from New York on July 7. Clear Sight is necessary to both your health and success. 'Dim. vision can generally be relieved by correctly 'focused ami Don't Hie-Blind (o Your (hvn Interests Exercise sound wisdom and intelligence by having iw ex- amine your eyes. It will bo a thorough, pains- expert examination that will put you (jn the right track of sight. BE EYE-WISE! You can count on us for truth- ful Information and right glasses R. A. Wright, The City's. Leading Jeweler. Established 1893. Kyc Specialist In of. Optical Mass Meeting Rev. J. S. Raura of Tacoma, Wash., v.'ill address a mass meeting of men and women in the Christian church, corner of Eighth street and Third av- j enue, at 3.30 tomorrow afternoon on "The Demons of Lethbridge." Every- one Is cordially invited. BUSINESS LOCALS Priesx Select Orchestra at the Loth- bridge Hotol Cafe at lunch anil dinner daily. The Lethbridgc Hotel Cafe have eugageii the Orchestra to play during lunch and dinner daily. K7-VI The Jiig-h cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from to 2. 25 cents. Pie and Coffe'i 10 cents. Short orders at all hours Modern dance instruction book, il- lustrations from photographs, by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle. For sale by Maeon TtSseii Ltd. Dance- at Burgiiian's Hall, 13th St. North, on Tuesday night the "30th. The Imperial Orchestra will supply Uie music. Refreshments. Gents Ladies Free.. The Place to Spend Your Vacation FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. G. and L. Snow, Props, The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenaya Will Move Coutts Station The Sweet Grass Advocate says; The new townafle in Coutts will bo tin-own open on .June W. We under- stand that the C. P. R. will move their depot iyithin the next thirty days. This moans that the Great Northern will have to build a depot on this side or slide in another box car to enlarge their present freight house. Mr. Grace is Vice-President The Chinook Oil Co. has been form- ed. II. C. McMullen, of the C. P. It., president, and A. M. Grace of this city vice-president. It Is the Intention of'tho board of directors to contract for drilling their first well in the northwest quarters of section 32, township 22, range 4, west of the I'ifth meridian, which practically adjoins the site the Mowbray-Bcrkley well. Gas Story Facts Jlr. Shaw, who arose in the recent meeting of the North I.etbbridgc VoU era' association to clear himself in connection with the famous gas story, was a caller at (he office of Comniis- nioner Grace this morning. He stat- ed Unit hia'remarks were misconstru- ed. What Mr. Shaw did say was that :he foreman of the gas company nev- er said a word to him about Mr. Grace ipproacbing the company 'with ft re- jues't U'.at they reduce their wages, jut that some of the men working on .he pipy line had made the statements, ile was supported in this contention by another speaker. i WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. 610 Eighth Street South. N All broken Machlnerjp. Cast. Iron, Aluminum, Brass, Steel. In fact everything made as good as new by the Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ALL WORK.. GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Give us a trial. Don't "throw, your broken machinery away. We can itnt small cost. C. Registration of Births Notice is hereby given to parents and others that the Registration of all Births in the City of Lethbridge is re-? quired by law, and must be made" within one month front date of Birth. Anyone failing lo do so is liable to prosccutiori and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's Office, Aciidia Building, 3rd Avenue S. PHONE 665 For Your Lethbridge Beer Malt Beer; case Quarts Malt Beer, case Pints Rice case Quarts Bice Beer, case Pints (Case and Bottles extra) pnc-eighth Keg One-quarter Keg J. S 120 5th Street South. This Sounds Good A farmer away in the southeastern portion of the province, writing from Onefour, says that the crop prospects there have never been better. Grain is growing rapidly, and recent heavy rains have completely snaked the ground until water is lying in pools on the prairie. Crops at Picture Butte T. A. MacDonalrl is in'the city to- day from Picture Butte. He states that crops put in on properly prepared land' are making remarkable growth since tho big rain. Many or thp.m ivil! yield 20 to 25 .bushels ,per acre. Late crops are coming nlong well, and there will ho plenty of. feed in the country. Several young men who had left the district prior to the rain to oeek work elsewhere, have return- PAKKER Carnival Shows At. Lethfomlgc Fair Found Dead In Bed Mrs. Etlon lllley, mother of SIrs; W. J. Dllworth, wife of the agent iit'the lllooil reserve, was found doacS In her bed last Saturday morning. Slle lin'.l been in poor health for some time, but her condition 'was not believed, to be uorioua. Mrs. lllley, who was a.'wldow, had beun living with her daughter for cd, and are busy on the land again. tbe past year. Cooling Wash Stops That Itch in halt' an in ten in'5 second's. Just a few drops that rniltl, soothing, moling wash, the D. D. D. Prescription, the famous cure for EC- xoma, and tiho Itch ia KOTIC. Your nrning skin Is Instantly relieved and you have absolute protection from nil summer skin troubles. Don't fail to try.this famous remedy for any kind of simiiucr skin trmihle r-ivo know D. D. will give you in- stant relief. J. D. Hfginbotham Limited, Lathbrldge.