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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Hotolt Windsor I1JZS a HcUl In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr. Rusk's Ciik Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR VOUNO CHICKt for samples anil be "convinced.. -Mads bj- Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. .Veil can this food from Taylor .Milling ft Elevator Co., Lothbridge, Alta. Milling Elevator L'o., Nelson, B.- C. Alberta Pacific Grain Co.-, Cal- ffary, Campbell, Wilson fc Home, Alta. Crown Feed Produce -Co., Calgary, Alta. ,tbe following dealers- EliUbu Milling Elevator Co., Wthbrldge, Alta. "Medicine Hat. Milling CO, cine A. Mscdonald. fc Co., Leftbridge, AJta Ogilvie Hilling Co, Ltd., Medi- cine Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Alta. STRAWBERRIES v We arc now importing tlio ]STortlioin C'uliJ'oruia Bci'rios which are nuu-h firmer mill superioi in flavor than the Lower California or Lou- isiana iruit We will 1mu in plentiiul quantities, 1'qr Saturday as, as a tempting [nit'e. Straw beirles, 2 baskets 35c S spwlnls In Oranges t 15c, ana 85c California Seedless Grape Fruit per dozen....65c Cuban Plueipplo ........25c Special per dozen 12 85 Large Cucumbe.j, 25c Calllorma Cherries, per Ib 45c Fresh Ranch Cgss, 1 for Office: THE GOOD CO. Phone U71 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES r Fresn Ilano'i Buttor Ciciraen Hatter Wild Maple Syrup Quart can hand packed Tomatoes, 3 Una Van Camp s Homim, 3 tins Corn on the Cob, 2 tins- Large tins Olc 30C .3Sc ..55c 40c ..sec .35C .35c ima Sieeu Onions, Lettuce, Tomatoes Phone 525 WEATHEK Registration of Births iKolicf! is hereby given to parents and others that the Registration of all Births in the City oi Lethbndge is re- quired by law, and must be m idi" wiHim nnp mnnih from date ot Bh-tli. Anyone Jailing to do so is .liable to prosecution and fine Max. 75 6S US 78 II in. 43 .02 C. B. BOWMAN. Registrar. Registrar's Office, Acadia Building. 3rd Avenue S 48 40 30 37 40 41 42 44 46 50. 41 40 Rylands Co. SpttiaU for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL- BORCH6RT ADJUST. ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS HULT- OF PETER THE GREAT'S "SHIP FOUND Petersburg, May stele ton. of'a s'nft teieved' to Tie thc Moskva, v hich foundered in 17i3. has been found, near Liban.. The Moskva v.-as one Great's squad- ron. A Limited Number of Pupils Taken in ChinaPainting Mrs. J. H. 1221 5th Avenue South Phone 1877 4. i A H- -i- j. REMEMBER THE TEA In Aid of the'Nursing Mission 'At 423 Sth St South Ori' MONDAY AFTERNOON, May 11th, from 4'to 6. Collection Refreshments A J. .J. Building Lots, 12t'h Street S, (Duff Addition) facing Ewt, EACH Hilt balance C and 12 liiontlu, 4'Lois East rff 13th xperiehce Qah qiiofe close prices Gas fitting expert on 'staff Our jobbing depart- ment can give you good service Walker and Holberton Rear Coaldale Hotel Phone 521 Do You Kodak? Outdoor are doubly pleasant 4 Kodak Anybody can make good pictures-the'Kodak darlc room for any part'of the work. to 00 BROWNIE CAMERAS We have all. tile new goods from TheRdCrossJJrug and Book Co., Ltd, THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for thi> Column should reach lii'lt Office berore 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication "Mother's daj1 at rll eitj churcbeB tomorrow; Local No 497, A F of M, mil meet at Stariaud at 2 JO on Sunda; Jm portant- business. t Directors Y. M; C. A. Met At a meeting "of the directors of-the T. M. C. A. held recently, the resigna tion of Joseph P as a director was accepted, and 4. J In ing, the retiring secretary, was elected tu fill the vacancy. Mr. Irvins's resignation' as secretary was accepted with an ex- pression of deep regret and an appre ciaUon of Ms ulueii services _was placed on the records. No successor has yet been appointed. North Lethbridge Own" A meeting of the lien s Own" n ill be held In Westminster Methodist church on Sunday.'May 10, at 4 p.m. The Rev, n, Ross of the-First Baptist churcb, will give the address. Sub- ject, "Burying the :Hatchet." Rev. Mr. Ross Is an able speaker, and a popular men's man. The subject prove a very interesting one. Messrs. Owen and Halsall will be the soloists. A great time is assured to all: fifteen minutes'discussion on the address; no collection; every man is heartily invited; bright and hearty 1 singing; cbnie early if you want a Note time and place; "Men's at 4 p.m. Sunday School Girls to Usher Rev. J. T. Ferguson, superin- tendent of .Missions, for Southern Al- berta of the Presbyterian church, will preach at Knox church tomorrow special reference will be made to "Mother." Miss Boles wi'il be in charge of' the ushering at both the morning and evening service, her helpsra being: Misses Marjorie .ffig- jinbotham, Margaret ilcKillop, Plor- !ence 'Donald, May Young, Helen Rich- ardson, Bffle Wallace, Meryl O'Hagan Land Ada Murray! "'Tiiu'Htv. TvTi. Calii- eron preaches in the evening on some i subject relative to the day. New Lumber Company Formed E. A. Cunningham of Calgary is in 'the city tuday. .Mr. [been appointed general manager of .the .MacLaron 'Lumber Co.. and will I be in ciiarge of company's miil- operations at tBlainnore. The mill will be considerably .and the output increased. The Mac- Laren inmbef limits are between the i C. P. R. Crow's Nest branch and the l.south fork ot the Old Man river. The blew organization will he .capitalized at .Mr. Cunningham was .formerly connected the Rogers- of this city. Day "Back" tiretUMuscles and Lame Backs there is notliing quite so soothing as KEXALL RUBBING OIL 2oc and 50c Bisttles J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The ffisxaSfc Store TELEPHONE NO. Ml Visitor From Butte Polydore Vadnais, the defendant in an action to be. aired in the Supreme Court next week, Is In thb city today, from Butte. Mr.. Vadnais is the .ex- ecutor of his latu brother Richard'! estate at Boundary Creek'. Mrs. Rich- ard Vadnais is asking the court lor a transfer the executorship, and is ijcing represented by David H'. Klton. BUSINESS LOCALS For cement sidewalks and other cement work see Carpenter Bros., Y Those-wbo participated in the "Oity Beautiful" -work or those who.feel aii interest in it llnil "RtiCordB" In the shape of tun very photographs (post' J. 0. .HISINBOTHAM Inbotuam and C'o.'i.. J BRIDGE, Bewart of Artist Chief- Skelton asked, the Herald this morning to warn ail merchants and others against, acceptance of Sank tills bearing the name of. the defunct -hank of Printe Edward Is- land. A smooth succeeded In passing some of these bills at 7er- nie and Calgary, and the Chief thinks that he may hi. inclined to visit Leth- hrldse. The Bank of Prince Edward Island has been defunct for some years, and the bills are worthless. CITY AND-DISTEICT -Moving PIcturM of. Laundry Moving pictures ot tie orations at. the (Laundry will be shown at Star- land tonight; A Near Accident On the way to tlie fire hall last night the Bra engine -which bad' been, used during the afternoon at Hender- son', Park.: for the .pumping of water for'the newly planted trees, came un- hooked from the auto -which was tow- ing it home, and dashed through the board fence at the postefuce For- tunatelj no one1 was injured Look WHO'S Here .VJiitors In the city todaj aie F ff Lee, A S Stewart and Lome Laidlaw of "Medicine Hat; Burns, Nobleford, F J and J ManiieiHlP, Stlrllnc Sirs'. L. L-. Bartium, Mrs. H. Thompson, Irvine Thompson and A (Moore, of Champion, W B Picture Butto, Dr 0 W Weeks, Caidston, Rol W E.singer, Nen Da> ton, anij P_errej-, Cardston. Klltlss BanS'There Too ot ihe Kilties Baud was omitted In yesterday's account of the proceedings at Henderson Park. The pipers were there' in full regalia, and marched completely -around the lake workers with the pipes and drums. On their, return to the pavilion 'they were the cliief attrac- tion, anft.kept the multitude in an am- iable frame of mind the remainder of the afternoon. The City Band, which had heen on the job since early In the afternoon, courteously vacated the band stand for the Kilties IN -PLANNING OUTINGS do hot forget to include a box of Melba Choco- DD.D. Prescription LITH- The New Restaurant holds the record for 25c MeaTln'tJie city. EMPLOYS NOTHiNO BUT WHITE HELP SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY Once and Always Commercial Oyster and Chop House 2 dWfii from Hotel Styles seasons the high quality of "Our Best" Flour Never Varies Your Grocer Handles it ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. PHONE 1742 FOR FISH, EGGS, POULTRY AND BUTTER Special Lines, Special Prices, Special Service THE PACIFIC FISH MARKET Phono 1742 F. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. 242 13th St. North, People's Druji Stori. Amateur Developing Printing :o: Enlarging to get the very best results TISE, Photographer 906 'Third Avenue South MAKERibi? FINE HOME SEVEN. SENTENCED SERMONS "To the' discontented even wealth is a- Sum Paou Keen. 'They lllsat'-touch. Bitch will.-he de- "billy the actions of. the just Smell sweet ann blossom in thi> dual." "Few persons have courage enough to appear as good as they really are." "In common things the law of sac- rifice takes ythe form of i iiositivo 'Search me, 0 God, and know my ih'eart: r> and my thoughts: And see if there be any' wickedness in me And lead, me In the .way ing." Psalm cixsli: 23-24. No one can be a great1 thinker -who does not recognize a thinker it is his first duty to follott his lect to whateici conclusions it nmy S Mill TWO GERMAN AVIATORS KILLED Stettin, Germany, May Fabro and Curtx, German army aviat- ors, were killed today' while attempt- ing to maka a here. They were oh a..flight from'Svereln to Pos- en. The accident, was brought about by the pilot: turning the machine too abruptly. The Standard Bank ESTABLISHED 1873 OF CANADA Paid Up Capital and Asset] 120 BRANCHES THROUGHOUT THE DOMINION BANKING BY MAIL mtti bp opened by parties living at a' distance and bo Conducted by mail. Such accounts will receive our very best attention. Withdrawals or ilnposlts can be made as sstisfuctorlly In this manner as by a iiersonal visit to our ofllce. Lethbridge Branch, 315 13th Street North O..F. Bletcher. Musicians Benefit Dance K. P. Hall, TuesJay, May 12th 9 TO 2 A.M. TICKETS MAV BE PURCHASED FROM 8TARLAND THEATRE OR ANY UNION MJSICIAN. ;