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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE TO ALL Hotel WtudMr MM 11.25 Day Hotel In Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETMRUMB The DallAti Hotel la But and Moil MM i Husk's Hick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR e spoiled. Grading Lethbridge Weyburn G. Webster, wbo has been awa.-'lcd be grading contract for the 'V Tidge-Weyburn line east of Fore- most, "arrived in the city thte morning vith four reloads five- if equipment, and thirty men lo work the new grade. The contract calls or the completion of twenty-five miles f grade. The outfit will proceed to Foremost today. The Salvation Army "band, will pla at Henderson Park lake tomorrow e' ening at 8 o'clock, and will take up collection in aid of the Hlllcrest su ferers. Basketball game tonight between junior, girls of Knox vs. Wesley, 01 Wesley-grounds, Sixth avenue Soul between Twelfth and Thirteenth CITY AND DISTRICT Moose Picnic Much interest is centred about th Moose picnic at Henderson Lake 01 Dominion Day. The burlesque hockey match .will be the star feature. Con testants will furnish themselves with old brooms. 'Xough eed! Or, Allen's New Practice After the first of July Dr. L. T. Al- len will take over the dental practice of Drs. Courtice and GHChrist Dr. AI- Jen 'will occupy the offices of Drs. Courtce and Gilchrist in the MacDon aid block, Fifth.street South. He is a gold medallist of the University oi Maryland, and has practised in Leth- bridge for two years. Dr. Gilchrist, who hag beep with Dr. Courtiee for the past year, will re- main with Dr. Allen for some time. Wetj Better Than Though The. Calgary A7bertan today inti mates that A. Dingman and W. S Herron have .been quietly acquiring more shares in the Petroleum Products Co., and thinks this means that the Dingraan well is more produc ive than has been reported. William "Buckshot" Sells Out W. B. Sherman, Calgary, theatrica magnate, has sold out his theatre in- erests in Western Canada, retaining mly the Pantages iu Calgary, and one jf his Saskatoon houses. A new com- bination has been formed by C. P. Valker of Winnipeg and R. J. Lydiatt, aking over Sherman's interest. Sher- lan's interest in the Sherman theatre ere passes over to the new concern. Excitement at Maple Creek Great excitement and a well devel- ped "oil" boom reigned Saturday at he town of Maple Creek, Sask., when Eugene Coste and T. A. McAuley of .Calgary headed a party of forty-six men who filed on acres, about eighty miles from the Saskatchewan town, for the natural gas rights. A total of in filing fees was paid into the Matfle Creek office, and it is anticipated that the new gas fields he the centre of one of the big- geet natural gas industries on the Am- erican continent. Pork Sold for Eight Cents Another successful market day was recorded today, and there v.-as _ no abatement of the patronage the Leihbridge housewife. The building was crowded all day, and fortunately the supply of produce was sufficient. Farmers from as far north as Turin and Iron Springs, and as far south as Warner and Raymond were present with their goods, having made the distance hauls knowing that they could find a profitable market for their butter, ogga and produce at the Lethbridge markfit. Pork sold thlR morning for as low as eight cents a pound, and butter for aa low as ten cents. Mutton was bringing from 10 to J8 cents; chicken from 13 to 18 and fish from 12 to 15. Potatoes aol'J for fresh went at. from 20 to 25 conta a dozen, find vegetables for reasonable prices. There to a demand, for booths thai inorb have to be built. BUSINESS LOCALS The hie'h cost 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. Modern dance instruction book, il- lustrations from photographs, by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle. For sale Mascn Risch Ud. For sidewalks, basement work, wat- er cisterns or ceptic tanks see Carpen- ter Bros., Phone 1413. The Place to Spend Your Vacation PISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS. Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C, G. and L, Snow, Props. The Tourist and Pithing e Honored Southern Girl Miss Dora Whitesel of New Dayton, who has been attending the Alberta Ladies college at Red Deer during Uie term just ended, carried off first prizes for efficiency in junior house hold science, scripture and dramatic art. The closing exercises at the col legs were held last -week, when Hon J. H. Boyle, minister of education acted as chairman. Jlr. Boyle spoke In very high terms of the place the college occupied in the educational system of the province. The presenta- tion of Shakespeare's "As You Like In which Hiss Whitesel interpre- ted the part of Rosalind, was a feat- ure, and the judges had no hesitancy In awarding the southern girl the prize for artistic interpretation. Winter Wheat Headed Out E. N. Barker, president of the Southern Alberta Associated Boards of Trade, passed through the city yesterday on his way to tbe Calgary ralr, where he will judge tlio poultry. Mr, Barker stated that conditions in ;he Cardston country could hardly be letter. The recent high winds did more "damage to the crops, lie said, than did the drought. The recent rains, however, have served to nullify he bad effects of both. and. all grains tre G7i tJicir way id iriiuuriiy. Mr. Darker says that the fall grain practically all headed ouf, and pre- dicts that it will make a fairly good ield. The farmers are at present engaged In doing summer-fallowing work, which Hpoaks well for noxt 'car's crop. Mr. Harknr will hu-dogfl at the Dominion fair at Vic- toria this year. Try a Saclc Then You'll Know WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. 610 Eighth Street South. 411 broken Machlnerj. Cast Iron, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Stee! m fact everything made as good as new by the Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ,ALL WORK GUAftANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED us a thai Dont vour broken machineiy away. We can repair it at small coat ________ R. C. CITY AND DISTRICT Awarded Boiler Contract Nncn Bros machinists, haio been an aided the contract foi the suppl> ng ot material to bilug the boilers n the city.schopls up to the standard. Hilicrest Mine Manager Here John Brown, manager of the Mill- crest mines a in the clt> for the end He ivould ghe out no statements on the recent disaster. Represents .Miners 1 R Palmer who is representing he Miners' union, leaves tonight for interest, to be present-at the offi- cial inquiry iiito the recent disaster, open's at .10 a.m. on Thursday vlth Judge Carpenter-presiding New City-, Directory F. of the Henderson Di- ectory Co., is Jn the city to commence work on the new city directory, which vfll be published in the fall, and will ontain till the information re the city h should be found in an up-to-date irectory.' Kentish Men Had Big Meeting Neither cold nor heat, can dampen is ardor of the members of the Kent- sh association, there being a record ttendarice at the' 'regular meeting eld last night. ..A very- satisfactory nancial statement for the past year presented and the 'president's rc- ume of. events showed that the asso- ation is a live and vigorous one. Two ew members 'were added to the roll, nd it was decided to hold n picnic on uly 19. After the; business session, ongs, cards and "refreshments contri- ited to an evening's unalloyed pleas- Lethbridge Band at Calgary Fair Twenty-five members of the Leth- ridgei1. Citizens', band, under Bandmas- r Cltne, left this morning-for Cal- ary, .Where .they wili fill an engage- ent with the Calgary Fair Board. The hand made a similar trip last year, and the" music furnished at the Calgary fair last year 'was the object of much favorable comment, and a feature of the fair. Mr. CHne coached the players to the last, minute this year, and will .undoubtedly make as big a hit as ever. A. Kcudsen, of the famous Black Eagle hand of Great Falls, accompanied the Lethbridge contingent. Moose Picnic AT HENDERSON LAKE Dominion Day 2 p.ih. BURLESQUE HOCKEY MATCH C.'o.F. Vt. L.6.O.M. RACES Members Furtilih Baskets Tent on Grounds. C. S. Chairman Committee. A. Secretary. 'HAT COPS IN FOR iT Medicine Hat, Alta.; June 30. Tlie city council will hold au official sworn investigation In- to the charges of brutality hy three constables in arresting Arthur Spred'n-ick on Saturday evening. The investigation starts this evening." .J.' ONE KILLED, FOUR ARE INJURED WHEN GANG PLANK BREAKS Boston, Mass., June srove, an aged Roxburv man, vrns [dlled, and four .other persons .were hurt, one when a gaiig nlanlt leading from a pier in Charles- to the White .Star liner Cymric, jroke and fell upon the people .below .i, today. The most seriously injur- ed was Mrs. C. w. Randolph. The ac- cident happened Just before the liner sailed for Liverpool. The victims were n the crowd that had gathered to liid farewell to departing friends. and radiator are Amerr ican Ingot pure. These parts in Clarys furnace can never wear out _ or rust away. ?ee the McClary dealer or write for booklet. M by Gco. R. Dixoii Co. ;