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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Bosk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKt Write for and be convinced Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, AL3ERTA. Yon can obtain this food from the .following dealers- liilling Bevator Co, Lethbridge, Uta iSIeilMne Hat Hilling Co, Mod! cine Hat, Alta. A Slacdonald i Co, Lettbndge, Tnyloi 'Milling Elevator Co, Lethbrldge, Alta Stilling Elovator Co, Nelson, B.' C. Alberta Pacific Orain Co, Cal gary, Campbell, ft Home, Letlirindge, Alta Crown Feed fc Produce Co, Calgarj, Alta. Osrivie Milling Co, Ltd, Medi- cine Hat, Alta Kobin Hood -Mills, Calgary, Alta. I WE SPECIALIZE uu more than intfriul Dalles OL pound tin ..........rrc RaiBlK'iij and Black Cuiiant, 16 ai, glass... 25e 5 pound tin lied Currant, Peai and I'lnni, 10 of glass.....Z5c f, pound til' 75e Peach Raspberry with currant, 10 Of glass...35c ,1 pound tin kill! selling tUffl at. -case Red Cmranf lelly, 16 01, 3 Crab Apple-Mly, 10 (tf. slasu......... 5 pound tin......'................ In Case I ots AS.SOI ted. of S Special Pnce v. ane "Valley wbicH were Hand Packed and Hand .ml In fliat cliss condition They aio woith mole but we are 25 FRUIT, TOMATOES, ETC WEATHER iEWBUSlNESS Carrying- Choice Fres Poultry, Butter, Eggs and Fish on these bpeiial? and give you special quality i PACIFICHSHMRKET i742 W. WILLIAMS, New-Owner.1 242 13th Stl North, BMide People's Drug Store. Max 50 11 50 44 JS 41 41 39 Mm. 22 30 .25 fit us 68 66 30. SI 31 100 07 42 116 41 .OC 40 3" 86 .14 Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, cloudy Calsar; fair Medicine Hat cloudy Prince Albert, cloudy Saskatoon, snowing.-. Jaw, rain Regina, suffff llinnedosa, clouiU Brandon, cloudy Winnipeg, ram Port Arthur, cioudv Kamloops, clear of "eastern Manitoba, the weather has been narmei, but else- where, and throughout Saskatchewan and Alberta, it has been cold Ram and snow has fallen throughout Han itoba and Saskatchewan, m some places quite heaij Forecast with somfnin or snow. clearing, cool Saskatchewan Clearing tonight Thnrsdaj, fair, with a little higher temperature today and on Thurs- day, with a little higher temperature Vacuum Bottles Each Each Will Hot for 24 hours Cold (or SI) hours Fine POT Picnics Motoring Fishins elhiig This is a ivell made Vacu nua Bottle enclosed in a hand- and in every lespect just as good as those costing oral timei as much SPECIAli-'PRICE Red @oss Drug Read "Within The Law before seeing i Cheap edition for sale at Robertson's Book Store Next Lethbridge Hotel ICE JAMS IN GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE Montreal, Ont. ,5iav C cpnni tions ,111 the lower Gulf are reported Jrom Fiat Point as being the worst since the opening of navigation The arrived this morning, was the first steamer'to'get'throngh the big field 01 ice off Caue Race. HEAR AMY LAWRANCE 3'L'evel Uulldlng 12th Street (Duff Addition) facing EACH Jjaiance ti and K Lots Past of 13th Strpot S, "iiear Ave. Cai EACH THE DOWSLLV Ml'LMERN LAND .WAYS AND MEANS which the Board of Trade will consider at its meeting tomor row night, is a lue oubjeci and we should not look the other wa> when..the.. Plate passes around. The "we" in this case reminds me of the Church organ- blower who considered wind thf) chief end of musical worship Becoming and'remaining mem- bers of the-Board-is not all of if there .were no ex- penses fiere would be no Board, not-have a place on the map such as it has In the early nineties we had Eome able pioneer presidents in- cluding Barford and and thffj old some trail blazing WORK, which .was small, com- pared to the Ueeping of the strangling membership together. Theee" have been, followed by business aristocrats all the way through to lyes .and llanioch, and the lieutenants of today's preslilpiit is the beat bunch u I have no axe to grind when I saj that. Marnoch u> ten much the right man for the chau he the Chief Director al- raises up a Moses, at the necessan time, the federal lead ertlnp at. Ottawa, excepted" ui all get together; lij tte waj 'get together was tiie of 3lr Traci s lirst ad- dress in Lethbndge, le has In- ed up to fie part as fai ai Ut in man; have we? Soleni thote' If h? has his Gethbemani-, i there won't be'a word of it Hi his report w-aen it- appears Generals de-erie con better than a private's latious tliat flee itickfc to wa' Tor nanv reasons we shall be foolish if we do not at this particular .stage in our history brace np: We went into the tun- nel from the--Blare ot a Dry Farming Congress aim stvt.rti smaller sunfe, but 1 can see the licht at the other end right new- we lie down 011 "in job' Scotch mod- esty, let us -ralsa the slogan Our noble selves! us! De'il the niony' Anil those.who .h.aye not sufllr- I-Mlt "means" can tho ever remembering the bright example (if. that little hand of workers who produce lirtt class Printing. Killing and Bookbinding, at JUST PIUCHS for PRINTERS AND STATIONERS St. S. OJVjJUt I U.S. CITY AND DISTRICT! S. O. E. Notice I The Sons ot Pnjland RR degree meet tonight at S, o'clock sharp in the S O E hall All members are( requested to Vlsitors. Today. Visitors in town today include Thos E Tennant Milk Dillon Coste, Calgary, S Cope, Foremost R A PaAer, and H J Quinn, Milk River. Another Up-to-Date Dairyman J J. Tiffin purchased four milking machines and one 214 bp IH C en gine from R 1) bbantz yesterdaj .Mr Tiffin is the second..dairyman to ln-i Etal milking machines in this distnct j i Fine Seed The total number of samples of Lethbridge Gold Coin potato seed, dis- pensed from the Experimental farm this season was a record. If. each rample raised three bushels, there would be a 1S14. crop of practi- cally five thousand bushels ot pedi- gree Gold Coin potatoes Foremost Train Service Opens. Without adieus or palaver, and, in- deed without even the knowledge of the ticket'clc-rk, the. first regular train to Foremost left the station here veslerday morning at 6 o'clock, re- I turning in tw-eivp hours The train the Lelhbriuge hum. according to oresent schedule, wifi he on Tnesda'jy-May 15- The in- itial trip w-ss made with a mixed tram, fairly well patronized A party of C. P. R. engineers accompan- ied tile limited on her maiden voyage over the steel trail. Until creases require a change, the train I will run every second Tuesday, leav- j ing .Lethbridge .at .5 a.m. Mr. Tracy Off: to Vancouver .7. P. Tracy, ex-commissioner or" Commerce and Manufacture for the j city, leaves in the morning for Van- couver. Mr. Tracy .states.-he has not definitely concluded liia' plans for the future, but hopes to- remain -in Cana-1 da. Ue .has a 'warm snot in his for Lethbridge and Alberta, as well as Canada und leaves with the expressed, hope that this cilv will fulfil (ts dcs tiny as "the coal city alfalfa uiuiitry" Tho office of the Industrial Commissioner was besieged with members' of the Board of Trade -coun- cil and ether friends today, and the j Ctan. Mi JTHE BEST when you buy "OUR BEST' See that this brand it on the next iack of flour you buy CO Storc: u- THE BULLETIN BOARD Noticed for this Column thould reach thu Office before 12 o'clock noon on of s publication Citadel band concert. Gait Card ens at S o'clock. CITY AND DISTRICT New Market Changes Hands T illfams hns purchased the Pac- ific meat market from W. R Brown. OLIVE OIL WE HAVE JUST RECEIV- ED A SHIPMENT OF THE FAMOUS BEAUMARTIN OIL THE FINEST EXPRESSION OF THE OLIVE. 35c, 60c and Bottles And in One Gallon Cans J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. TAe IbxoCt. Store TELEPHONE 'NO. SU :Mr. Pearson III AV. S" Pearson, lormerly ponco court stenographer, w-lio has been un- past mouth, went into Gait Hospital sesterday morning, suf- fering from an attack of pneumonia and uleuils; Kindle Convicted for Burglary The cattle rustler Hindle of Paid well who recened seien years on a cattle stealing charge'this rooming, w as also cornicted on a charge 01 the Mountain View store He was sentenced to thiee ears The sentences Tiill run con currently. _ Ebc-M P P Visits John W "tt'oolf, well known m Lcthbriage, Cardsto.1 and the south countrj, and former member of tne Provincial Parliament, was in the city yesterday from Salt Lake Mr, Woolf is lery muC-n iilaSeu Tfjai- tno aunaient evideuces of progress in Lethbndge and the South 1 POLICEMAN EXONERATED J W. Mc.Nic.ol, coroner, who called to Maclend 1abt night to bold an inuuest C- the remains of thn dean pris- oner, Nick Qordl, returned this afternoon He Ulit Hie 3urj had returned a diet to tlie effect that the dead man Jiad come, to his death from a bullet (Ired from rifle in the hands, of Con stable Pope during the dis- charge of the latter's SL rider was attached exoue.- ating '.the policeman from all blame in connection with the unfortunate affair "Saved--- Iri June, 1910, a prominent New Bruns- wick lumber merchant was gran ted .an Imperial policy for His fourth nrnua! premium was due, lie clitl-i't pay it wasn't-' paid 26th, nhen he died _ Baltic Company continued the insurance m forte under its Automatic Non-1 orfcitura pnn ision and the proceeds of the pohuj to the a-sured'i Iffa jounE trtuldj-en on September 1913, Now think what would happened had the nohcy not 'contained tlm raiinj clause, wlnch'is common alt-Inipefial pohcit- 1 KORAL: Insure in the tapeml, the Compoay that really "safejunidi' its ipohcjholders' interests, j THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD' OFFICE TORONTO J.'B. Wilkie, District Masaftr, UlhbriJje An Imperial policy tat e v rrndrr wd BUSINESS LOCALS Good will be gKeu at R Burgmahn's' Wliist Drive and Dance In the fiurgmann Hall, Thursday. May 7 at S o'clock; refreshments served Dents 30c. Ladies 23c Standard Bank of Canada Established 1873 Remitting Money o the world Nn delass BRANCHES AND AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. i-idgc Branch, 315 13th Street, North G. F. Bletcher. Manager, "good bje, good lurk" faicwelh that floated out into tho corridor, were as sincfire as they were numerous. Mrs. 'racy and tho family will remain in Lethbridge for the time being. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cartful and Prompt To the Citizens of Lofchb-i'lgc, OrcoLings: Know J, William Uun- cnn Havdic, vivtnc of