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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Mont In Alberto LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHCN IN li tin omw iMt PIMt'M Mw Dr. Rusk's Chick 1 A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for samples and Be Mads by Taylor Milling Elevator Company., Limited LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA. Ton can obtain tils food from the following dealers: Taylor .Milling t Elevator Co., Alta, Ellison MlUtes 'EEerator Co., l.cthbridie, Alia. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Neltin, B. C. Alberta Pacifio" Grain Co., Cal- eary, Alta, Cintpbell, TVilson t Horne, Lethbridje, Alta. Crown Feed t Alta. Produce Co., Medicipe Hat Milling Co., MKll- cina Hat, Aits. A. MacdonaU i. Co., Letbbridge, Ogilvie MUHnj Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Robin Hood Milts, Calgary, Alta. MONEY TALKS nnu-li merchandise, nntl not on- ouHi caUi That i- Hie ic.ison we lmvo tven able to pick up the follow- iiiiThigli made at coasidoiable (he market value, and we are willing lo on a Rood thing to oui customers. CRUCCS KIPPnhk.ll 1IKRR1VO, la'se till 1C sutai 30( tins, sp-ml 1'e LUNG'S UPEP. is resiUi. 301 tillo special ler till L-UNGS ROAST BLrF U'aulai .Oc tiua, sj.eci.11 tin Wc HiENCH S Clllh legulni 2oc tins si-edal tip QUEBX crocks, special...91.76 Js. Giiffin 4 Skollej's, eitm line quiliti legulai jic, Special pci tin 2Sc ASPAKAUUS Skelley'B, extra Una qualit> special per tin SWEKT MIXED 10 OZ. bottlos, regular 30c; special 2 bottles for.........25c pints, regular 35c; special per fnone iz THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES "5 WEATHER DLJSTBdlME KILLER Absorbs the dust and saves laborin sweeping CARPETS Cleans and'brightens LINOLEUM without scrubbing. CITY AND DISTRICT Stock Buyer in City J. D. Watsou, Montana stock buyer, was in the city yesterday. Most Sanitary method of' sweeping WOOD FLOORS Contains antiseptics to destroy germs and pro- .te'ct your health. ALL GROCERS. Refuse imitadons; insist upon DUSTBANE Campbell, Wilson Horns Wholesale Distributor? VANCOUVER PUBLICITY Qjrjpy DISTRICT COMIMSSIONER DIES! VyX Vancouver, B.C., Hay El: liott. S. RoTre, formerly Methodist fcjnister, and later" "publicity com- missioner for this city, is dead. License Commission Tomorrow The Board of- License Commission ers will sit here tomorrow at liie Ouu fellows' hall, commencing their ses- I sion at It' a.m: 55 30 all 36 5S-30 63 26 81 41 03 32 4-1 30 60 31 .-10 I Lethbridge, clear I Gilmoutco, cloudy Calgary, iiur Macleod, clear Nelson Mfilicinc Hat, clear Port Arthur, clear prince- Albert-, clear Winnipeg, clear Moose Jaw, clear Brandon, fair Brand Forks Penticton Saskatoon, clear Rcgina, clear Portaee la Prairie has mostly fair throughout the prairie provinces. During the night it has quite frosty at most places. FORECAST All to- day ami oil Wednesday and becoming warmer. 2-1 20 44. .44 27 52 18 50 50 56 51 64. 04 S. A. Band Concert The Salvation Army Citadel band will give their .fifth band concert on Gait Gardens band stand on Wednes- day night at eight Do You Kodak? 0 utdobi" 'days are doubly pleasant AA'hen you- Kodak make good pictures tbe K6dak dark room for any part of the work. to BROWNIE CAMERAS We have all the new goods from the Kodak factory. The Redlfpss Drug and Book; Ltd. THE BULLETIN BOARD for thii Column should reach thlt Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The Popularity That "OUR BEST" FLOUR enjoys is duo only to the high standard of quality nmintahicd and the moderate pi ice at which it is sold. Sec your grocer about if mm jenirig at St. Augustin's hall at S o'- i clock. to be there for.a short practice at 7.30 sharp. i St. Cyprian's Church Sunday school' teachers' meeting, .S o'clock p.m., in Parish room. lit ThIM CITY AND DISTRICT Special Ariouncement Owing to the sickness of two of the members of Uie company, '.'Is Car- riage a will not appear at the 'Sherman tonight. The manage- ment .regret this, btit. hasten to as- sure their natrons that the attrac: tion tor tonight in the photo-play line, well worth everyone seeing. It Brought Results" A gentleman walked into the office of the Land .Co. yesterday, and purchased five lots which he saw advertised in the Her- ilci. S.O.E. Notice Sons of England W.R. degree meet tomorrow night at S o'clock sharp in 3. 6. E. hall. Ai't members are requested to be present. Transferred to City Jonstable McCarthy, of K division' of the R.X.W.M.P., formerly stationed at Warner, is in the city doing As-; sistant Provost duties at the bar-' racks. t BECOM ES AN EVANGELIST Returned from Extended Trip .Winnipeg, Man., May Jaa. Billings Grain Co.'s Letbbridge office, Logan Gordon, pastor of tbe Central returned to ibe .city "after an" ex- Congfegatlbnal; church of this --city, tended- visit in has resigned Ms pastorate to become j Police Uniforms Arrive ThR nmv nnlinp -uniforms have ar Alterations being necessary. They an evangelist. He is a noted 'iectur- Sealing Disaster Fund The Newfoundlanders of Calgary at ;i meeting presided over by Jiis Lordship the Bishop of Calgary, on April 10, decided to raise a fund call- BUBONIC PLAGUE IN COLOMBIA Panama, May seven days' quarantine has been declared against all ports of Colombia, owing to re- ports indicating conditions there in regard to the bubonic plague having become serious. On Long -Motor Jaunt Auiev Harry Thomas and F of .Miles City Mont Disas. were in the. city yeaterdaj on a mo-, tor tour- went through c_ city a few daj's ago cr. route to Ed-1 monton in a Case "40." Carlsbad Treatment HOME Carlsbad- Springs'." are the :ceiebrated in the world for Liver 4 If you'laclc ewrgy- ftiid feel depressed the chances are our liver is Inactive and you -r YUKON BISHOPRIC FUND ALMOST COMPLETE London, May the lib- erality of English churchmen, Biahop Stringer of the Yukon, has now re- ceived S37.000 of the required for the Yukon bishopric endowment fund. THREP WOMEN BURNED TO DEATH IN HOTEL FIRE Yuma, Ariz., May wo-j men were burned to death today in a j fire .which destroyed the'Hotel Im- perial. After the flames had been subdued the bodies of Miss Naomi j Strong and Miss-. Gcnevieve school teachers, and -Miss Brown's mother, .wore found together where the head of tho stairway had been. I Mtt'- retary Morris of this fund thinks there may be Newfoundlanders in' First Citv Southern Alberta who desire to The first band concert of the sea- and tlle son to be given by the famous Lett- undertaKinB of the Cai- bridge Citv band, will be rendered on' residents of the Island. Sub- Thursday night at Gait Gardens, com-' scrlptlosa.should, be. sent to the sec- mencing at S o'clock. The program Alta. will appear In'Thuraday's issue of the pmfKti G. C. McDonald, manager of the big .Miami farm at .New Barton, and Man- ager Clordon of tho Ne'tv Dayton branch of the Canadian Bank of Com- l hierce. are visitors in city today. I Mr. McDonald, who has established a reputation as tho man who always raises a crop, has finished his ex- tensive seeding operations, and states that the spring wheat Is well above the ground at tbe present time. The crops are not suffering for moisture, and he is looking for a b'ood crop as usual. LIVER- SALTS Practically the Same Form- ula as Carlsbad Water We personally-guarantee that one or two teaspoonsEul tak- en before breakfast every morning for a week or ten days will put the system iu splendid 50c and To convince you of its effic- iency, we will give a trial bot- tle free, to any adult calling at our store, cr will send one upon request with your next order. J. D. Higinbotham The Jtbxq Store TELEPHONE NO. Mt Steamihip Arrivals The Cunard liner Andania is report- ed by -S.' B. Mitchell, local agent of the .Cunard line, as due at. Quebec from Southampton yesterday after- noon, and at-Montreal .today. West- ern passengers 'will arrive, .in Leth- bridge on Saturday. The Donaldson liner Letitia .Is due at Montreal tonight. _ Battery Dates Set Definite received today that the summer camp of the 25th Battery of the C.F.A. will he held In Calgary., from June 27 Inclusive Sergt. Hopkins arrived'. in the citi and recruiting will com mencen.tonight. at 610 Tenth street South, at i.30. Major'Stewart is the officer commanding. Fine New Machinery Lethbridge Laundry Co. lave Installed an up-to-date filtration sys- tem, which guarantees pure, sani- tary water for laundry purposes.fThe company have also installed a modern I darning machine, which mends the j thousands ;of socks sent to the lau'a- This.service Is appreciated by patrons of 'the laundry, especially since, there is no charge for darning. The company are anxious to render the service which should increase their list of satisfied customers. FRESH FISH DAltY Oirect from the Briny. Our specialty EVEKYTHING IN SEA FOOD Fresh POULTRY, BUTTER and )EGGS THE PACIFIC FISH Phone 1742 F. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. Nortn' People's, Drug as TONIGHT Musicians Benefit Dance K P HALL DANCING 9 TO 2 K. K HALL Music win furnished by the Combined Orchestra, of Lethbrldje. Secure your Tickets fro'm Startand ', 'or TICKETS Gone to Hlllor.est Secretary llav of tbe Board ,of Tiade has gone to HillcreBt Tvltli the members'of .tie'North' Star'lodge. Ad. Club Meets .Soon The first Lettrbridse Ad club, following 'the- organization of that body, .will' be held on Tuesday hlght; nest in the Board of Trade rooms: Coming PahrmKllt. G. C. McRory, formerly; of Kenny Allin's drug recently com- pleted ii course in pharmacy at'U'iii- nlpeg, was s visitor in. tlie'clty yester- day, with Mr. arid Mrs. Young of Mac. leoa. He left for Calgary hi the af- ternoon, accompanied by G. M. Slip, formerly of Hlsrlnbotbam's drug store. Gotli have sccsptstl'. positions in Cal- gary pharmacies. MONEY BACK IF YOU ARE NOTJATISFIED GIN PILLS ARE GUARANTEED Every box of GIN PILLS is sold a positive guarantee of money hack -if tfiey fail to give prompt relief ami to effect n cnre if prorx-rlv used. A vn AiVJJ Milk River Visitor H. J. Quiun, of Milk River, is a vis-, itor in the city on business, and is stopping at the Lethbrirlge. Raise Some Cucumbers Bequests for samples of cucumber seed are coming in to" the Board of Trade in large numbers. Peter Rob- Death of Sitter Marflaret The death occurred Monday of Sister Margaret McClinchy of St. Pat- rick's Parish. Sister Margaret was sixty-eight years of age, and had been feeble for some time Bast. She was an active 'worker in Southern Alberta for twenty-five years. On account of being practically an invalid for the past few years, she had taken little- part in active work. She was not on i the teaching staff. She spent the I larger part of her life in consecrated service to the church, always curried her lamp in her hand, and always had plenty of oil to light the way for oth- ers. The funeral mass .will be said on Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock, Rev. Father Jllnwegan being iu charge. In- terment will be in the Catholic ceme- tery. Dr. Ferguson at Hardieville The Rev. Dr. J. T. .Ferguson, super- intendent of Homo Missions, prench- OF I CHS RANGES i inson of Crystal Luke has' written' ed at Triniiy church, Hardieville, on aas found a good market for gumlay evening. There was a good- EXCHANGE We have a client with a .clear l.itte -to three acres in North Lethbridge; two of them are subdivided' into 24 lots. Will exchange for a desirable 'house. MONEY TO LOAN AT 3 PER CENT. We know that GIN PILLS have been sold in all parts of Canada forytars and to-day are the most popular and most effective kidney remedy in the world. We know that GIN PILLS will promptly soothe the.irritated Bladder, j relieve congestion of the Kidneys, Ukc i away the soreness in the Back and through the hips, pndr completely cure Kidney Trouble and Rheumatism. We positively guarantee that GIN PILLS will do iilcl we pledge ourselves to return your money should GIN PILLS not do all that we claim for them, itny GIN on this guarantee, backet! by the largest wholes-lie drug Itouse' in the British Empire. 506 R box-Mi.for or from us direct. Sample box free on request, and Chemical Co., of Cmnsda, Limited, Toronto. 171 15 US ESS LOCALS For cement sidewalks and other cement work see Carpenter Hros., Phone MIS. Thcsn who participate'! in the "City Beanllful" work or those who feel an interest in it will ,'lnd "Records" In the shape of ten very Interesting photographs (post card) at .1. D. residents. Inbolham and Co.'s. of Charles Haley, seed the latter part ol irrigated soil: Success of Lethbridge Soye Word' reached the city this morn- ing, in a letter to Postmaster E. N. The Red Corner Harbw Shop ._ proving a great-anccfiss. Com6 In and try ufl. Corner 3rd Avo and (1th St. S. sized congregation, and a num- May in well 'wearing tlie [lower badce of "Mother's Day." Mr. II. C. Godfrey sane the solo. "Hold Thou My alter which Dr. Ferguson preached a very interesting and help- ful sermon from 2nd Tim. draw- HiglnbothaVn. that Fred Johnson, attention to the many godly wo- merly of Lethbridge, and Wm. Haley, men spoken of in the Bible, and their have successfully passed their third j great Influence over the lives of the year civil engineering eiaminations 1 great men of the Old and New Testa- ment. He Also spoke at tho Influence exerted by Queen Victoria and Cath- erine Booth, urfilng the mothers to train up their children in. Godliness, and the children and older people to remain true to their mother's teach- ing and Influence, Ho also asked those who- Imd mothers in tin; Old at the Toronto University, with hon- ors, ftod's parents are knowii in the city, having resided here for upwards of twenty-five years, anil Fred lias many friends among tie Ualey IB the ion _. ______ 'ivho has been con- nected with the Natural Hiiths 3oc. The Sixth Street Barber Shop -for Bathn 35c; Baths 35c; liaths Bntha Hathg 3iic; Hatlis 3Sc. M. K. Kaake, proprietor, near Third Avenuo South. necteu Wllll UlU namiui department of tho C. P. R. for many I Land lo write to them often. After Fred has also been elected, the service, .nr. Ferguson met with prenldant and Joader of- the colleie orchestra for tiio ensuing year. The many friends 6t both these young men will he glad to learn of their the board of itianafiers for a few min utes and .dlscusHed some of the pro- blems faclnic, them. The superintend- ent's visit was greatly enjoyed and During Mi is past week the Gdmpany.'Of Toronto held an exhibition- their Gas Ranges, and Gas Water Heaters in Lethbridge So great an interest was taken "by the general public that Ave, the Hayr Hardwsu-ft Company, were coiiyrnccd of the merits of tlxist'. ..Rarigds, so we Imye'cleeided to handle goods: have the sample stock iifOiir Show Room, Ton are cordially invited to inspect. We ai'C prepared to install and guarantee satisfaetiori; During tlie two Avoeks Ave car shipment direct .from'the factory, wlicu Svo Avillbb in a position to supply your de- mands. rjaco.yoni.ordcrsnoAV. Hayr Hardware Co. Opposite Hci-ahl 6tli St. S. ;