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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAINS Windsor In Alli.rU H- LETHBRIDGE DAIfcY HERALD thi'Bmt and Mort iMt M May DP. Rush's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for sainylea and be ccnviticocl.' "iliifle br i Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited UETHBRIDSE, ALBERTA.' You can obtain this food from the following dealers .Taylor Jlllllus Elevator Co., Tavlor" Milling i- Elerator Co., -Bi C. Alberta' Pacific Grain Co., Cal- gary, Aita. Cimpbell, WUeon, Home, Lethbridse, Alia. Crown Feed r Caigarj, Al Produce Co., KllUon Milling Elevator Co., .Lethbridge, Alia. aiedicine Hat Milling Co.; Medi- cine Hat Aita A. Macdonfcld Lettibridge, Alta. Oglli le Milling Co, Ltd, Medl cine Hati. Alta. Hobin.Hood Mills, Calgary, Alta. STRAWBERRIES We me import in j> I IIP Noa ninth hriuer.iiul superior in lluvoi1 ibiaiu fruit. AVe have these, in u> well us .1 Icinptinsi price. i baskets ?5o 3 speJals m Oranges 16c, and 35c California Setdlcss Giaiio Piuit pot 65c Cuban Pineapple Spocnl per ?2 85 Lalge 25c Cali-o: tm Cherries, Dei Ib Fresh Ranch 2 for 45c California Boiyies which arc the Ijower California or Lcni- plcutil'til' quantities for Saturday rrcsli Kant-'i Butter ........30c Cieamen Butter, (Maxratli or Wild Rose) 35c Maple Sjiup, quart can ....._.. 55c Fancj hand packed Tomatoes, S tins 40c Van Camp's Homm> 2 tins .......33o Coin on fie Cob, 3 tins 35c Ijarge tins Okra -35c !15, Green Onions, Lettuce, Tomatoes Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 SATURDAY ONLY NIELSONS' CHOCOLATES 50c per Ib. 50c K' iiiiens WEATHER LethU >sf, c'ear I Edmonton, cleir i Saskatoon, clear IRegnm, eleai Krjudon lair Ulnaipoj, cleat Port Utliur, clear _ _ Granil Forks CVnan fair Hat, cltar 1'rince Albert, clear-. Moose Jaw, clear _ _ Ponase La Prair.L, cieai Kamloops, clear Pmlicton The weather proMncts bas -o have ncei; 35 32 32 30 28 33 30 43 3S 38 J2 34 31 36 12 3S Fae a-a 64 34 EMPRESS BLOCK 5th STREET met i CH frl _ CHAIRMAN LANCASTER ILL 55...tCAST Vll and todai a-d on Saturiw CITY ASP "A Limited Number of Pupils Taken Hogs for Toronto W has purchased a Carload of fine norleis from the Oneadale fann in'the district, and nul shin them to Torcn'o Mi Bax- ter also four carloads last Keek for the P Burns-Co Succestful Social A_ social jus held at McLeaa Dis tnct scnoolhouse on ev- ening aid ot tie parsonage lund at Cotfidale. .The 'sum realized was ?i37o Air Bishop, of the Coal dale circuit, was in attendance New Shearing Record C. S. Crest, a large sheep owner near the city, has already sheared a baud of his feeding" sheep. He claims that the sheep are in better shape to on fat when Uiej are HOL buiden- ed with a beau coat of wool practice lb a new one in Southern herta, and looks as though it 'would Do You Kodak? ilaj'j aio doubly pleasant ydu Kodak Anybody can make good pictures tbe-Kodak dark room for any part of the work. BROWNIE CAMERAS We haver" all the new goods from tfiie Kodak factorj and-Book Co., Ltd. --.on. IM 17IIH AVk. CITY AND DISTRICT (Joined New Lumber Yard The Stacej Lumber Co have open cd ajard at Traiers, -Uta Thej will open several new sards at points on !the" Kipp-Suffield line The Grim Reaper The death oocuired this morning of Iz% Edith, the infant daughter Mr anl Mrs E Sharuud, 1603 Hrst av- enue North The funeral Mill take I place tomorrow afternoon from the house. Mrs.-Minnie Hanim, wife of August Thomas Hamm, of Monarch, passed this moinlns Deceased, ivho sixty jears of age bom in Peiaia, and the lemanis be sent to Chicago, to be interred in Forest Park cemetery. .Enlarging His Store Mr De Woolf is enlarging his and 10 cents store at the corner of Fifth street and Fourth aieuue He ml! occupy the store adjoining Ins present one, just acated bj the Leth bridge Clothing Co. in Mrs. J.H. Cheney 1221 5th Avenue South Phone 1877 ucS, Oat, n'--La'ncaster of''.the Railway conv tee of the House who had Intend eu to take a holiday at sea for his pnne to be a practicable health'.. -w-is .unable-to do so., He is j confined to his.bed at his home here. I Short of Help Since the recent order from the At- ASHORE Chicago, 111. S toiiss torney-General's department, was is- sued to the effect that prisoners sen- tenced on short terms should be corn- to tbe -Macleoa barracks, there --Ilas been a shortage of prisoners at two men, subpbsed to be Cauneh and Stephen Law- t'lle Lethbridge guard: room. There rence avenue crib drowned art enough men lodged: there 'In the ice floes of Lai e Michigan, on at .lne. present time to do the work 1 February 5 nere washed ashore at aroUiia tne and staKes. the foot of. East Oak street today. .__ the Trees fire engine from No. 1 sta- REMEMBER THE TEA In Aid the Nursing Miaiion At 423 8th St. South On MONDAY AFTERNOON, '.May 11th, from 4 to 6. Collection v 1 Refreshments Trinity Church Services Services at Trinity church, Hardle- ville, for Sunday .are: 11-00 a.m., tion was taken to Henderson Lake' children's' church; 3.15 p.m., Sabbath this afternoon to nump water for the: school; 7.30 p.m., evening service, at which ReV. Dr. J: IT. Ferguson, the District Superintendent of Home 311s- sions, wiii preuch. it is hoped that this 'will be a Ked. Letter Day in the history of the congregation, and that there will be a. large crowd out; to nev.ivplanted trees HEAR AMY LAWRANCE- 3 'Tlevel Building Lots. 12th Street's., (Diiff Addition) facing and P- EACH Half cash, balance b montlis, S% 4 Lots East of 13th Street, S. Ave Car Line, EACH THE rjOWSLEY MULHERN LAND C" Letter Xo. 4 is a good tune to dig to, and I love digging. predestination to office was the doctrine cf the first Ad Club meeting A. prepared slate con- tafninr the naitacs of the Highly illiistrioub Xrrand Highinhadlnk atfd hi cxecuthe wsts' cbtiseA '.from a pin-head area of Sofltli Lethbridge After It was- read common dub sug- o-eated- representation by the men the north To the tune of JJenry the VIII T the added '5 northerners to the passed with a Mixture of Eolemn silence and uproaripiitf applause. >Ir. Bar- clay -wHi 'aiipreciate the fiddler's The. new onstltution" in the hands of Vtbe meeting carefully eliminated a me too or fellow your leader what's the use; Management Is good, hut same ap rc, whisky drinking or supping iialf judgtricnt ahould be added or' disaster..follows. on r work in Print- ing, Killing and Book-hind- ing.. creak not, neither'do' tlmy groan; our wolk is up to the and OUR PRICES ARK lust Sage, Prop; PRINTERS STATIONERS j greet the superin terident. Visitors are cordially welcomed. Wednesday, j 7.00 p.m.. Junior Cv E. society; Fri: f choir practice.' at 8.00 p.m. There will be no meeting on Monday, but all the Invited i to attend tbe rally of Lethbridge Young People's Christian Union at 7.45 p.m. in Knox basement. LLobk 'out for the box social on the '.19th. Gel For Friday We Imve a full line Ko- daks and Accessories for you to choose from. Make a personal record of the City's history with your Camera. Fresh films lust" arrived. Let us do your developing and printing. 'Work superior; prices rea- sonable. J. D. Higmbotham 01., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. i_ r