Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRroGE DAILY HERALD 's Chick Food A PBRFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG (Write for samples and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Tot can obtain this food from the following dealeri: Taylor Milling's 'Elevator Co., Ellison Milling ASta. Medicine Hat .Milling Co, Milling ft Elevator Co., Nelton, B. C. Pacific' Gram Co., Cal- Alta. Wilson Lethbridge, Alta. Ilcrne, Feed Produce .Co.. t Cilgary, Alta- cine Hat, Alta. A. Macdonald t Co., Alia. Ogllvie Milling Co., Ltd., Meil- cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, A1U. Strawberries, Bing Cherries and Red Raspberries Commencing tomorrow, Tuesday, "the fcllovvmg pi ices will take effect: CRESTON PRESERVING STRAWBERRIES, per crate 'BINT, CHERRIES, 20-lb cases to-arrive, por crate......... WASHINGTON RED RASPBERRIES, per crate............. Office: THE GOOD Phone 1271 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column thould reach thin Office before .12 o'clock noon on" the day of publication Music With Meals TAKE LUNCH AND DINNER WHILE LISTENING'TO Preisz Select Orchestra AT THE Lethbridge Hotel Cafe N. Dining Room. Our new Menu Prices within the reach of everybody. You are of a Good Meal prepared right and served right at the Commercial Oyster and Chop Basse Beside Robertson's Book Store Fifth Street South. jBest 25c Meal IN THE CITY. TRY IT ONCE 48 41 51 -52 42 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair. Calgary, clear. Medicine Hat, fair Macleod, dear. Red Deer, clear. Prince Albert, cloudy Moose Jaw, cloudy Regina, cloudy Brandon, eloudj cloudy Vinnipeg, fair. Arthur fair Since show ers e fallen n Saskatchewan _and Alberta, and a ew scattered showers in Manitoba Veather has been moderately warm. Forecast Manitoba and showers or thunderstorms, but partly fair. Tuesday, fair. today .and on Tues day. Tuesday warmer. 6-1 66 71 OB 65 75 80 CITY AND DISTRICT Magrath Celebrates Magrath is holding a big celebra tion on Dominion To Get.'Phones Rural telephones will he built int the Queenstown district from Gleiche this year. 1 LETHBRIDGE FAIR July 7. 8. 9 Striking" testimony to the efficacy o! the missionary in civlizing "Dark- est Africa" was borne by Major Schoof at Wesley church last night when he gave a missionary address on Africa and its civilization by mis- sionaries, soldiers and traders. Ma- jor Schoof said the missionary came first, for he went alone. He was, therefore, the greatest nero. Tho ma- jor enumerated a number of personal experiences in support of this. Rev. Jlr. Cobhledick will hold pa- triotr services, commemorating Do- minion Day next- Sunday. In the ev- ening he will speak on Canadian Citi- zenship. This (Monday) evening, Major Schoof will speak on "The Truth about Mexico" in Wesley Hall. TONIGHT of Bethulia" EMPRESS- Tfife high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 2 Pie and f A Coffee 1WC New Councillor Charles Scott is the new councillo of the Rural Municipality of Eurek! taking the place of the late Per was killed in the fata explosion at Macoun, Sask. Brothers in Alberta The death occurred recently in Bi mingham, England, of Mr. Willla Foster, eider brother of M. H. H. Fo ter, the well-known Seven Person rancher, and Mr. A. Foster of the M G-regor ranch, Bow Island. Lightning Did It The barn of John Nell, near Bow land, was struck by lightning and d stroyed. The barn contained a nu ber of implements, about fifty chic ens, and a quantity of feed, all which were lost. South Lethbridge Ratepayers Asen. A meeting of the above will foe held ii the Central school on Thursday next; the 2nd July, at 8 -p.m., in order o discuss bylaws and other matters of public interest. Pi ice of HAMMOCKS AffD OBOQUET SETS "Wehave a fill! lino cf these summer necessities at ..ex- tremely low prices. Get one of these at the bar- gain -price before they are all gone. to (With 20% off) Croquet to 20% off) TheRcdCrossDrug Book Co., Limited 4 Short Orders at all hours BULLETIN Toronto, Out., June Reports from the cities of Ontario indicate that a very heavy vote is being po'ilcd today. The members of the Cabinet, except the Premier himself, are in their own constituencies today to vote or to exert their personal influence in their own behalf. Resume is the only one, outside of Toronto anyway, whose re-election seems to be at aii In doubt. N. W. Rffwell will receive returns in Woodstock until 7.30 p.m.. when he will take train for Toronto. FIGHT IN TORONTO Toronto. June the city Conservative candidates express ed themselves as being confident tha thev will have fully as large major Tooth Brushes Each Bristle is Hand-Drawn. That's why Tooth Bruth-. cc last so muchJonger than the. machine-made brush-, e? That's also why you need never worry about their bristles becoming loose. Klenzo Tooth- Brushes are Hand Made in France from Most-Carefully-Selected Bristles Come to The Rexall Store to- day. Select the style that best suits your Tooth Brushes are made in a variety of sensible styles. -Then learn by using it how .pleasant and beneficial to ths teeth a well- made tooth brush can be. Klenzo Tooth Bruges are made In twelve styles that sell from 25c TO 40c BMt and The inner part of the wheat berry ground, Kolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Measured by actual nutritive power, ;.theifc. is.jio The Moose picnic" committee will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at Allison's Studio. Ratepayers meet in Oalbrnith school 'this evening to hear the com- missioners discuss tho In laws which are to be oted on Fridaj Major School lectures, at Wesley Hall tonight on "The .Truth About Mesico." He will also display his un- aralleled collection of war trophies, nd characteristic costumes of the na- ives of Africa and Mexico. Banker Had to Jump In the fire which Eestroyed the West Hotel at Burdett, several of the occupants narrowly escaped with .heir lives, particularly ,T. G. Carson, ocal manager of the Bank of B.N.A., who lumped from a second storey win- dow just as the whole floor caved in. Kicked in Face by Horse a. sad accident occurred at Hill Spring, when the seven-year-o'id son of Mr. A. Merkley of Magrath was kick- ed by a horse and seriously hurt. He was helping his father drive some horses and while hitting one which j was sick and lagging behind .he was kicked in the face.' His nose was broken and his face badly cut up. Partial Paralysis Grassy Lake Mrs. William Salvage has been seriously ill since Tuesday night, when a Mood vesse in rSe brain broke, and she was stricken with partial paralysis of the nerves. She has been slowly improv- ing in the last two days, and Is now out of danger, but it may .he neces- ary to take her to 'Medicine Hat hos- iltal for treatment. Cottage Snap 6'room fully modern cottage, onvBfty feet, 6ne block'west of 13th Street North sale. Terms. Houees to Rent.' Money to Loan one, early today, being polled. SNAP Seven Qua-ter Section Leases. .All of-Section 5, Township 29, i, of Section 26, Township 30, Range 3, 'west 5th. 1120 Acres. Price and Stock. Surface rights go with Leases .These, are.1 not government and one-eighth royalty Is held .by. original owner. Ap- ply at onco by phone or wire to A. SWENNUMSOX, Bow Island, Alberta. Taxin.g ths Homesteader Bow Island Review: Up Suftield thev will have fully as large maior way In the rural municipality of itv-as they had at the last election, jKing, matters regarding the collection the light in the different ridings of [of taxes from reoplc living on unpat- developed into a very warm eiitcd lands has come to a crisis. A heavy vote is somc time ago the department of the ntcrior ruled that unpatented lands should not be taxed for municipal or schcol purposes. The King council, however, levied the taes and evaded I fie ruling of the department by rank ng orders for the seizure of the per sonal property of those who refused to pay. The taxes levied amounted to J20 s quarter section, of which, is for school purposes and the balance for municipal purposes. The sheriff came up and seized hogs, horses, etc., belonging to the homesteaders, and yesterday.a representative of the nf- fectetl people applied for an order of the court, restraining the sheriff from selling the property seized. They say they wrote the department as to the legality of the tax, and the reply was that It was not legal and that the levy- Ing of the tax must be stopped, as It was hindering Immigration and was a hardship on already on the bind. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from j 2 to 2, 25 cents. Pie and Coffeo 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. Modern dance Instruction hook, il- lustrations from photographs, by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle. For sale by Mason RlECh Ltd. Dunce at Burgman's Hall, 13th St. North, on Tuesday night tho 30th, Imperial Orchestra will supply tho music. Refreshments. Gents Ladies Free.. CITY AND DISTRICT Calgary's Tax Rate Calgary's tax rate has been struck at mills. Hardly an Acre Left .Almost all of Alberta west of.the fifth meridian has been filed up for oi leases. Calgary Bylaws Calgary passed bylaw: J360.000 for new exhibition buildings for street railway sub-base an of hearing President .Marnoch, cf the Lthbridgo Board of Trade, who will 8peaU on some phase of the relations between the farmer and the business man, and also S. S. Dunham, chair- mnn nf the Rural Relations committee Vill outline the LethBrtdge Guar- -inioo policy of aid to the farmer in the purchase of live stock. Every far- mer who attends this gathering on Dominion Day, will, In addition to spending a delightful day, hear.some- thing that will be to ad- vantage. v other ration which in economy can conipare wit horn United States Dept. of Agncultire .-Buk Iclm. QUAKERBRI Sc per Loaf i The best bread in the cily. Be sure it hasjfc label on. All good Grocers sell it or Phone 1027 or 37f j Standard Bank of Canada Established 1873 WITH CASH IN THE BMi YOU HIRCB-SE TO ADVAFIYGE to'swell your bank balance and help you to-ike a good stall towards financial independence. OPENS AN ACCOUNT TOTAL .ASSETS OVER. Lethlmdge Branch, 315 13th Stf-d North G. F. Bletcher, Manager, lass and f.Boy. Y..n, Men, OPENING OF FALL TERM, 1914. BUSINESS. 'CLASSES: Bookkeeping, S.eWhy, Account- Conservatory Course. Vocai, Irumental and The Place to Spend Your Vacation FISHING BOATING BATHINQ TENNIS COURTS Hotel: Outlet Proctor, B. C. G. and L. Snow, Props. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenayt Cadet All cadels except C company will parade at Central school with .heavy overcoats at 2 p.m. Tuesday, .Tune 30. They must be prepared to change in- to their uniforms and leave their civil Ian clothes at tho school until they return from 'camp. Bach cadet will bring a change of wlinter undercloth Inz. socks, athletic outfit, towels, soar hair brush, tooth -brush, shoo brush and .blacking, polishing material for buttons, .pbte, cup, knife, -poon The plate'and cup should be of tin or enamelled ware. This should he carried in knit or dunnnse bags rather than suit cases; If -possible have name attached to same. C com- pany will take same orders as above but will parade at Westminster swoo. Tuesday at. 7 p.m. Tho corps wl parade at 8.30 a.m. Thursday In full drcas, overcoats and a bis lunch. IMVC by special train 10 a.m. the univenmj i-vanci) f.-vnversation Classes. if' otr apply 0 REV. GEORGE W. KERBY, B.A., D ,ncip.l. Reports from the north and west indicate-' heavy showers fell in some licaiitics Sunday afternoon and South of the cily very little rain is reported. The showers coming wi-th warm weather after the hip rain of last week makes ideal growing and crops are coming along fine where they were not too far gone. Macleod reports the heaviest rain- fall with .711 inches. Calgary had .04, Medicine Hat '.M, and IjCth- bridgc .05.