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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO Alt TRAINS. K Hotel Windsor Hotel in I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN (f IhttStit CMIVW- 1 rim MW Or, Rusk's Chick A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG Write for Mmyles and be convinced, Made bj- Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBBIDQE, ALCERTA. ofcuin tils food from the following dealers: Ellison Milling Elevator Co, Lethbridte, Alta. Medicine Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Alta A Macdontld'fc Lethbridge, Taylor MjUJJcc.t Btevator Co.. Alta, Elevator Kelson, B C Alberta Pacific Grain Co, Cal- fary, Alta. Ciinpoell, Wilron Alta. Home, Criwn Feed Calgary, Al ft Froduoe Co., Osllvis Milling Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Bat, Alta.. Robin Hoci Mills, Calgarr, AlU. AUCTION SALE of Household Furniture On Wednesday, May 6th AT 2 P. 11. Square, 13th Street Norm, Corner of Adams Part the Blue Line Car norttrto'the end of the Street Car Line. W-.-L..WILSON, Auctioneer, is instructed by Mr.'Sinim, who is the city, to Eell the following 1 Fancy. Iron Bed, Spring and .Mattress 2 Dresfars. and Stands 1'Cane Ejected Bedroom Rocker Linoleum 1 Hand Sewing Machine, Singer Kitchen Table; Chairs 1 large Hanging lamp Pictures, Bedding 1 High Baofc Organ 2 Maiojany Arm'" Chairs 2 Fancy, Tables 1 Jardiniere Stand Cane Seated Rocfcer 1 Brussels: Square 1 pair Portieres 1 father Lonnge 1 Extension Ta'ile LiSMeboard. 5 Diners a Rockers .1 Carpet" Square Rugs; Mate, etc. Difch.es, Kuchen Tjtensils 1 airhole Range Trtth Warming Closet (Western Treasure) 1 peSter Garden Tools About 15 Hens Two Extra Good Buys for Tuesday and Wednesday Cuban ProFcniuo Pineapples, per OaliiQVuiu Soulless Jfntii, von juicy and iu first class con- ililion, jnsl the right thing Tor Urapo Fruit, Marmalade. Special for tomomnv and NVednescltn, per dozen........................fi5c Rhubarb, 4 pounds for Florida Tomatoes fflo Fresh Made Creamery Buttor ............35c Fiesh Strawberries i Cucumbeis Laid Eggs, 2 dozen 20c and 25c 45c Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 .16 54 45 .15 IT 05 26 1.10 34 31 1.30 41 44 46 WEATHER Lethbridgc, snow 17 32 13 Edmonton, fair 11 32 .28 Saskaiaoiii cloudy 61' 39 Kegina, cloudy 48 IS. .02 Brandon, cloudy 62 42 Winnipeg, cloudy 62 50 Port Arthur, fair. 50 38 kelson Grand Forts Red Dcef, cloudy Calvary, cloudy cloudy Jledicins Hat, cloud) 5B 38 Prince Albert, fair 60 39 dO Moose Jaw, cloudy 71 38 Port. La Prairie, cloudy 66 50 Kamloops, clear _ 52 38 02 Pentictoh 69 -17 In Manitoba and Saskatchewan the Gather bis been mostlj warm nith rams and a fW thunder-) storms H-il was, reported in the j P.ejlna district In parts oi Alberta I it has been quite cooi and a good deal ofisnovv and rain have fallen since Saturday FORECAST Manitoba Showers and cooler. with showers or light snowfalls. Tuesday lair and cool. a feu light showers or TuesdaA fair with aj little higher 'temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT UNIONIST- CANDIDATE KNOWN TO CANADIANS May. David Thomas, a lawyer, OL London and Leeds as the Unionist can- didate for the Cower division of Glamorgan; is well known to ni Canadians. One div last week the police were notified by a clUim that he had been the Tictlm of a hold-up attack on Flttii avenue. A description of the culprit was forthcoming aud _iheJoljowinj morning a. ans- "sbs description was jilaced1 yn- Ider. trreEt the victim was- Identify the man, tie-is aaid to.have j woogaiied him ss an acquaintance of standing, later denyins to.tie Ijmllce that he was the. same person irio .haa attacked him o'ri the night IW6UOUS, so the police "were helpless carry the cue further, and the man's, HEAR -AMY LAWRAKC Vacuum Bottles Each Eadl "Will Tvoep M quids for 24 hours. .Cold for SSJiours. Pine For Picnics Motoring Fishing Travelling This is a' well made Vacu- um-Bottle enclosed in a hand some metal case and In every respect just as.'good as those costing several times as much SPECIAL- PRICE ahd Ltd, mum J Dairyman on Visit E. JIarker, provincial dairyman, paid a visit, to. the city cm .Saturday, soing south to Cardston. Week-end J. P. JMiliigan ot Raiey, .Chas. Egan of Warner, .F. Arthur, Douse and.George Sherman or Milk River, were visitors.in over the "week-end ARCHBISHOP BEGIN LEAVES FOR ROME Quebec; due.. May Grace Archbishop of' Quebec, Her. Begin, recently created a cardinal hy his Holiness ..the Pope left Quebec this afternoon-- for' en rc-ute to Rome.' where he will attend the con- sistory.. and receive the cardinal's hat.' His Grace was siven an elithuSis'Btic by the clergy of the diocese and Roman Catholic For Sale Fish BusiuesV Scales, Count- ers; ''Ice Bos, Table. Cutting Bcurd, Galvlnlzed Window Tray for sale cheap for three days.. PHONE 720. 3 'Level .Building ixits, 12l.h (Duff Addlti-an) facing Etst, 1300 00 EACH Half cull, 6 and 12 4 lyou BMtrof 13th .Street S, netr 6tb Av- Line, EACH Ce, iulWlnJ, M4 LEAVING THE BELLY BEHIND We -stall on Friday May Stli -worship toward the rising sun andLKehdcraon Parlt, arriv- ing at our IFecca wiU endeavor ghovel to (iemollEh each his bow window, which will be some' demolish; believe me. Incidentally, shall beautify the earth.. God cares for the daisies, bat some of us who are don't require care. Huckleberry; Finn showed great maiiagenieut In the white washing-, of that fence. The children or Israel danced ring-a-rosy around a calf made of 'gbid; after the nroworks the managenient, no doubt, "mined" for'the gold dust which had been scattered o" the waters. There always will be'manag-. all we like oh' what's use! Por at thif. foundling blown .up from the rubbish "To the'Court of Revision, LetUbrldge: "Seeing that your Assessor, on'.yonr in struct ions, lias made a lictitious raise of in the valuation of overythinf; assessable In Lethbrfdge, on what ground are you ccmpetent to sit in .judgment du'your own creation? 'Revision' of Me nctioii is frivolous waBte, and the word 'Court' becomes a mere not a dijnity It ours etc f You notice this chap echoes "What's the uuef Aha thn PRINTERS STATIONERS keep on PRINTING, .RULING .BOOK- BrNDINQ ATjJUST PRICES. 1903 Same Stand 1914 A Long Tour P. L. Naisaiitli, manager of the Nat- ural Resources department of the C. P.R. at Calgary, who visited the city on Saturday, returned yesterday af- ternoon from a long motor tour through the district, covering the .C. j P. R. irrigation canal from Kimball j near the International boundary to Lethbridge. Mr. Katemlth left last, night for Calgarr- Plebiscite- Polls The polling places for the casting of votas on the plebiscite to be sub- mitted next Thursday have been se- lected hy the City Clerk. ..Voters on tile north side of the C.P.R. tracks will noil their votes at the gymnasium Westminster school at Thirteenth jstreet and Fourth avenue North, and j those on the south side at the Labor Temple, which faces the new post of- 1 "cc building on Seventh avenue I south. Voting hours, are from nine in the morning until eight at nisht. U this season or the water is "filed." This, doesn't -meaiT" that it is not good to drink, ..but you can improve it's appearance for toe table materially by add- ing a half teaspoonful of Pure Alum to a gallon of water. We make a specially of this in packages. lOc. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The jaacatt Store TELEPHONE NO. S22 Four Caught in Collected Amount to f345 A daylight raid was made this morning at about 10 30 bj the police, and the dragnet came in with four people. aJl of uhom pleaded guiltj to the charges against them. Minnie White was. fined and costs, for. selling liquor -without a 11- cense, .and and" costs for keep- ing a disorderly house Doroth> An- dereon and Thelma Burton u ere each [fined J1500 and costs for being in- mates of a house, and a frequenter was fined 00 and tosts All cppeared -before Police Magis- trate Elton t Chief Wigg and Ccastsb's Bcclsy made the arrests. The frequenter made a desperate of- fort to escape through a window, but talked into the arms of .-Constable Dcoley and Detective igg The Moose will hold their regular meeting.tonight'In the K. of P, ball. Commander Evans will appear at auditorium tonight :iTY AND DISTKICT Snow Here Only Lethbridge was point on Western Canada's weather map that egistered this morning. .Rain was general throughout the west. A leavy snowfall was recorded all Jong the Cardston line. CITY AND DISTRICT Miss Jones Honored As a mark of the high esteem in which Miss E. M. Jones, former City Malster In City Clerk, was held by the employees at p. .H. Rice, president of the Rice the City Hall, she was the recipient Ma'.tlng Co. of Winnipeg, was a vis! of a heautifiii silver tea service at tor in the city on Saturday, noon on Saturday. Miss Jones re- signed her position last month, and her resignation was accepted "with regrets" hy 'tile commissioner's, representative number- of city A Result Getter Orders from Fernie, -Medi cine Hat, C Creek nwntaj Macleod Taber and Castor Moyees gathered at tin council cham- Uere received bv D-uid Scott m re her for the presentation, which was spouse to a small card In the Herald made in a gracious manner by his.oii Page 2. costing S4.00 a month. Worship Mayor Hardie. Dtporled to New Mexico I Julius Sandobai, a familiar figure I A Novel Feature jn tile jicnal institutions ot Alberta At Knos church at the Sunday Saskatchewan, who has just com- loning sen-ice, a new feature was a year's teim it the ProUncia] jstituteti, and the service proved very j-in here, this mo n'ng deported J popular. Rev. A. Q. Cameron based I tq Mexico b> Immigration Offi 'his remarks on Holman. Hunt's paint-! ccr Humphries. During Ills latest in- ing, "The Liglit of the taking carceratiou Sandobai developed in- his text from Revelations iii: oanity. Deportation Officer Dickson hold I stand at the door and knack; -was in'charge of the man. if any man hear my voice and open i the door, I wli-i come in to him and of Mrs Johniion sup with liim and he with Me." were vlsitois in tho vity ovei the close of the service tho plcturo j terday of Mrs. Susan Maria referred to was thrown on the screen I mpthei o' Mrs J Incplll H land the congregation sat for several Jeliff and Miss Rose Johnston De minutes In reverent meditation, -it I ceased was years of nge and ai Is likely that Rev. Mr. Cameron; will j though she-had hern in frail heaiqi continue his talks on .some of the fa-. (or. some time, her demiie was very sudden and enll-elj iinexiiecuo liar alysla of tho -brain being the direct .cause, peceaccd cimc Jo Lethbridge 'over a'year ago and haa I with Mrs. Jeliff at bOS Twelfth, itrew Soiith: She IB survived by her two Tho remains will 01 masterpieces. DUKE OF ARCYLE DEAD Dukb of Ar- Byle passed nway on Saturday even-1 daughters only. a short Illness from double 'thlpped to tho old OtlcrtuM pneumonia. ......Jill., for burial, THE BULLETIN BOARD i'this- Column thoulti reach thit Office before 12 o'clock noon 'bri the- day of publication See that thii brand ii on the next lack of flour you buy Established 187J The Most Convenient of all Small Investments The Standard Bank of Canada accepts deposits of a.n3 upwards A passbook showing the Jraount of 50111 balance will be given you nhen jon make the flrst deposit lou nme then a Bank Account to which 3011 ma> add or from you may nlthdruw at any ilme Interest Is paid on all balances HIce iear Paid TJp Capital and Resei e Assets Over The Standard Bank of Canada Lethbridge Branch, 31513th Street North G. F. Bletther, Manager Cheaper? ,Yes! Eletter? fro! You can Iniy-cheaper Photographs. Init you cannot huy BETTER Photographs than those any price. We uill he glad to piovelhls to AOU. j' -s Photographer ,906 Third Avenue Sottih MAKER OF FINE HOME 173J Jury Disagreed in Blair Case After, nearly three hours' delibera- tion the jury were unable to come to an> agreement in the Blair perjury ase. The substance of the defence was that In deeding the .chattel mort- age of his liorsee to Marcliessault, Blair did so on the understanding :hat .it was for .accommodating Jlarchcssault at the.bank, and not indebtedness K.C.'a Sack from the 'Hit Members of the Lethbridse Coun cil of the Knights of Columbus, who conferred the first and second de jsrees at tlie Initiation of the Medi- cine Hat council yesterday, returned to the city this morning in their spe- cial car. The proceedings at the 'Mat were "very, successful. His lordship McNally ot Calgary gave a ycry appropriate address at the morn toff mass; and spoke on the subject of 'Fraternity" at the banquet In the evening... Other speakers at the ev- ening "gathering were; District Dep uty Dnrsey of Spokane, P. J. Herjer.on and .1. D. Cregan of Calgary, Mark McMahbn; toastmaster, P. A. Karl and t. D: Brown of Lethbridgc, and D. L. Howard and F. A. McConrt of Medicine Oat EightyJour cnndi dates received.. into .the council and ti ree degrees. Twenty- four ot.the Lethbridge coun- cil attended STARLANO TONIGHT AMY. LAWRANCE 1 "Measured by actual nutritive power, there is no otlicr lation which m economy can compare with' breafl." irom United Slates Dcpl.'of "Agriculture Bui-. 5c per Loaf The best biead in the cilj Be suie il lias the label on All good Gi'-ceis sell il or Phone 1027 01 378. QlmorelEMi The Standard Bank ESTABLISHED 1873 Paid Up-Capital and ReMfve AtMtl over A Word To The Housewife Ktcnlng T Bank Account lor household expenses" (iifil all by olieaue many advsntagM It showa the bal anlo on hand, tho imoimt expended, reoolnh oreieu payment anil does not rcqjlrealaigodopoBH. to boBln with 120 Branches Throughout The Dominion Lclhbridgc Branch, 315 13th Street North e F Mantgir ;