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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BUSvfO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Diy'Hotel Alb.rU I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Or, Bosk's lid Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for samples and ba Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You can obtain ibis food from the followin'e dealers: Ellison Milling Elevator Co., Taylor Mining Elevator Lethbridge, Alta. Taylor Milling fc Elevator Co., Nelson, B. C. Alberta Pacific Bruin Co., gary, Alta, Campbell, 'Wilson LethbrldfB, Alta. Home, Crown Feed fc Alta. Produce Co., Lot'nbridge, Alta. iledicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Aita. A. JIacdonali t Co., Letftbridge, 'Alta. Ogllvie .Milling Co.. Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood SlKs, Calgary, Alta. MONEY TALKS when a firm or an individual lias -tod much merduuuliso, and --.not en- i-a'sli Tluit is the reason we -have been aide to pick up the iollow- -roods at below.tlie market value, and we are to pass on a to'our customers. ASPARAGUS, i's, Griffin S Skeliey's, lluo duality, regular S5c; Special por tin......25c ASPARAGUS K Skelley's, extra fine 25c. miiiliu- atipcial Der tin BKUOK'S KirPKllKU tlEKHING, largo tins; gular'200 tins, special ...................15e LA.IN'0'S IIOAST BEEF. 1's; rfglllar tins; special ysr tin HOAST BEEF, 2's. regular olh' tills; Club, regular Sac tins special per tin QUEEN quality, special per tin................. SWEK-f MIXED 10 ot. bottlee. regulur-20c; special 2 bottles.lor.........25c Morton's, pint-s, regular 35c; special per bottle Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 mm OF II GfiS IANGE8 Leihliridge, iair Edmonton, clear Saskatoon, clear Retina, clear _ La Prairie IPort Arthur I Xelson V 'Grand Forks j Calgary, iair i Jlaclec.l, clear i Ik'dicinr- Hat, clear Prince Albert, cloudy Moose Jaw. clear 39 30 32 21 33 32 37 39" fid 32 67' 30 66 3i OS 64 63 61 04 5i 71 Brandon, fair 86 62 59 61 64 been 30 32 26 34 31 general During this past week tlic Gurn.cy Foundry Company of Toronto lie-ld-'an of their Gas Ranges, and Gas Water Heaters in Lethbridge So great an interest was tglceii by the general public that we. tlicHayr Hardware Company, were convinced of the merits of these Ranges, so we have decided to handle this firm's goods. TVc.mnv have the sample? stock in our Biio'w lloom. You are cordially invited to inspect. We are prepared to install and guarantee .satisfaction. During the next two-weeks we expect a .car shipment direct from-, the factory, when .we will be.in a position .to.supply your de- mands. Place your orders now. Hayr Hardware Co. Herald St. S. Winnipeg, clear peuticton Fine weather lias throughout the prairte provinces. Temperatures have risen sKiiewhat, although it has still been quite cool during the night; j FORECAST All today, and on Thursday with higher temper- j aturc. CITY AND DISTRICT Fiddls Sols Proprietor James Piddis'has purchased the en- tire business of the Southern Plumb- ing Co... taking over the interests of his partner. P. E.. and will continue the business. Congratulations to Mr. Sherlock R. H. Sherlock of Lethbridge, a j product of tbe city schools, is now a j full fledged civil engineer. Word I comes that he has successfully pass- ed his fourth year examinations in; Applied Science at McGill. j i Moose Instal Officers j At the regular meeting on Monday, I May 11, the Mowing officers were duly installed, the deputy-Supreme Dictator presiding; .Past Dictator, W.; R. Ward; dictator, I. Haynes; vice-j dictator. C. S. ilaguire; prelate, R.. D. Davis; treasurer', A. II. Ritchie; j trustee, J. J. Cameron; sergeant-at-1 ams. Geo. Masson; inner guard, .1. C. McKie; outer guard, Geo. Jones. Do You Kodak? Outdoor days are doubly, pleasant when you p. Kodak Anybody can make good pictures the Kodak dark room for any part of the work. to BROWNIE CAMERAS We have all'tlie'new goods from'tine Kodak-, factory. The Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd, 1U J Tnlrt THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this'Off ice before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication School Board, regular meeting to- night. Separate School Board meets night. S. A. Citadel Band concert ou Gait lardens this evening. Retail merchants regular meeting in Board of Trade rooms at 8 o'clock tonight. 'Canada's" New Feature this week's issue of "Canada" j (the wellrknown Illustrated weekly j published in London, and represent-1 !ing all the varied interests of the j is presented a well-execut-1 ed portrait in color of Mr. Hugh A. i j Allan, president of the Allan line. This is the first of a series of sim- ilar portrait supplements to "Ca- each being accompanied by a letterpress study of its subjects and the phase of Canadian life and 'work he represents. Carlsbad -'AT HOME Carlsbad Springs; are the most celebratedVfii' the world for Liver Troubles, H' you lack energy and feel depressed the chances are ..our liver is inactive and you need CITY AND DISTRICT Returned from North A. J. Irving returned to the city this morning from a business trip to Calgary. Expected Back This Week Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Heeb, who have been spending the winter in Califor- nia .are expected to return to the city tbe litter part of this week. Court of Revision Tomorrow The Court .of Revision on the 1914 assessment will sit tomorrow, com- mencing at 10 o'clock at the Council Chamber. It is stated that the num- ber of appeals will be large. Look Who's Here Visitors in the city today are: M. C Verberg, Co-alls; Smart, .Milk Wver; C. C. Stover. Milk'Biv- 1 er, and O. E. Duck and W. G. Gilles- jpie of. the Black Diamond Oil fields. THE NURSING MISSION Provides viiitlag nurses (or ?f-mity and sll medical and surgical (except contfl5ions diieaaea) and charges according to the clr- 'of 'the patient Poor cared for free of charge. Graduate nuraes for prirate duty alio provided. For further particul- ar! apply to the Nursing Mission 1414 7th Avenue South. A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. I M. A. McKaj, Grad. House Painting Paper Hanging Wall Tinting AND CARRIAGE PAINT! NG W. R. Brown Phone 720 No. 3 "WEEP NOT over ihe .peeling of ctlier peo- text The negro sympathizer of woman suffrage sawed the at- with arms and voice woman what aVe we? Without woman who would mend the stockings of future generations? Further, who'd wear, 'em? I asks you dis question and i pauses t'or a re- ply 1" But, Lord bless you, they wanted neither sympathy nor maternity; they wanted VOTES. BUSINESS LOCALS For cement sidewalks, antl, other cement work see Carpenter Bros.. Phone 14 IS. c have just, received a shipment (300 up-to-date Player Rolls bcth In the SS and 65-note. -Mason RIscli Ltd. V29-4 Public dance in Burgmann's :HaJl, Thursday night, IIay 1.4, under the auspices oC ohe over toe .peeling 01 ciuer yeu- "--1- pie's la a very soothing of (iOO up-to-date Player Rolls bet LIVER SALTS Practically the Same Form- Ufa as Carlsbad Water We that one or two teaEpconsful tak- en before breakfast every morning for a week or ten days will put the .system in splendid condition. SOc and To convince you of its effic- iency; we will give a trial bot- tle free, to anyiadult calling at our store, cr will send one upon request with, your next order. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Jtora 'Mr. Naismith in City P. 3U Naismith, manager ot the Natural Resources department o! the C.K.K., is in the city today. He ac- companied the party ot JIcGill fflin- j mg students, to No. 0 shaft on a tour of instruction. STEAM Socialist Party of COLLIER CAPSIZES: 'These who participated In the "City Aidchurgh. England, May Deautifui" or those who feel an j teen raen drowned today when interest in it will find "Records" In i a collier was capsized by the shape of ten very interesting M pliotofc-raijlis (post .T. D. Hig iufootham and Co.'s. Masonic At- Home and Dance to be TalKliic BDOUC voies, uiu held on Tuesday .next. 19th inst. of view" recently: Please ohtairi your tickets at once, remarked aueut the Library site Just a limited numher. Prom F. Hick, ..-i_ i.tntnri iira, mnnv i.j Meycjij A J. Harris, -f. Gleniater, R. W. Long. B. D. Iloyt, H. Scott. J T. Graham. EXCHANGE a client witli a clear three acres in Nortli Lethbridge; two of them lire subdivided Into" 24''lots. Will exchange a-desirable 'house. AT8 CENT. LOAN vote. "it. Is hinted that many nave' voted for the most expen- sive site of the three so as to the Commissioners during this period of money stringency, thus Uirowlns the -cheme under the table." Library construction began in the belfry, where bats do conKreyate; tome few years j ago our predecessors (by vote only) -got down to the building proper; now, when WE get j down to the site the whole thins dropt into a hole which a j ballot 'tis said, nut weep not, dear reader. We saal! not add much, for our ads require adjectives iust as little its ntl'de statilur, require Sing'.ntn. aprons in Lethbridge; minds.' Wo; hold the fort in Printing Ruling Bookbinding Our maintains high' standard wo havo set. OUK iCKK ARB .IUST. Robert, Sane, Proprietor, HlHtEftS'a' STATIONERS Game Stand ]5otveen -the Hud- son's liiiy Store and Xortli side, sftt'of Bis- (.uiit Kindly ..return to..- Hotel and receive reward. Dr. Morse's Indian Root exactly ffient the need which Hi often arises in every family for a medicine to open up and regulate the bowels, Not only are they eflective in alt an puryng e oo.' way they relieve or cure Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheum- atism And 'other common In the fullest sense of the Dr. Mcrse't Indian Root Pills 17 A Household Told to Beat It Daniel McLeod, charged with steal- ing a ride on one of the C.P.R. trains, was allowed out on suspended sent- ence at police court this morning, oil condition that he patronize the ties in future. Last Year a Lubricator N C. Tregloan of New Dayton was a visitor in tue city today. He re- ports that crop conditions in Ins neighborhood are excellent. "Last year's crop in our district, served as a said he, "and this year ought to see things moving in the same old way." Ssrgt. for .Move Detective Sergt. Aslie, who has been stationed at the headquarters of K division of the n.N.W.M.P. here for some time, has received permission. ;to go detachment duty, and left this" afternoon for Irvine. Sergt. Colc- 14 DROWN ridge, of the Grassy Lake post, will tafca his.place here. 25th Battery, Recruiting for tho June training camp of the 25th C.F.A. is goine on steadily. About a dozen members en- rolled last night. Tho recruiting 3ta- tio'n will be open every evening from T.30 al the Armory, 602 Tenth street i South. Arrangements for transport- ing the unit to Calgary are practical- ly completed. A special train of fnnr, coaches, eight stock cars, flats and one hox car will leave the local yards at B a.m., June 11, arriving at Calgary at 5 p.m. Major Stewart, O.C wishes t.0 take a full comple- ment with him this year. This would consist of 153 men of all ranks, and J19 horBos. The matter of obtaining the horses will be left to Captain Al- vln Ripley this year. FRESH FISH DAILY blrect.from the Briny. Our specialty EVERYTHING IN SEA FOOD Fresh POULTRY, BUTTER and EGGS THE PACIFIC FISH MARKET F. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. Phone 1742 242 13th St. North, Beside Don't Forget It THE CONCERT TO BE GIVEN BY St. Augustin's Choral Society Thursday Evening at ST. AUGUSTIN'S HALU ADMISSION TIRGYALBANKOFCANADA INCORPORATED 1189 Capital Paid Up DEPARTMENT One Imteiest is Mcdiied half yearly. ''An tccount iu the of; two taaxn of a family will be found nveniint. Either the survivor) may ODtMti the account. LETHBRID.GE BRANCH: j. M. AITKEN, Groceries at Cost! Premium Grocery, Next to New Wesley Church, 324-11th St. S. Phone 574 We are selling Groceries, at Cost for-Ten Days, sale commencing tomorrow, 31 ay 14th. The following pricesJs a; true representation of the entire stock to-be sold.: 20c G. W. WASH POWDER Per hox................ G. W. OR R. C. SOAP Per hox............... fcWU O. DUTCH CLEANSER 3.cans for S. 0. STARCH Per box............... CORN STARCH 5 boxes.fp.r ONION SETS AND per tb B. R. TEA per. B. R. TEA Three pounds G. TIPS TEA Per .pound SA I.ADA TEA Per 'pound RED ROSE TEA Per pound............ RIDSEWAY'S TEA Per tin 3-tb TINS .TOMATOES 2 for 2.tt> TINS-TOMATOES Each COOKED HAM SLICED Por uound BACON Pel- por.tid............ LARD Three 'pounds LARD Five pounds LARD QOODWILLIES STRAWBERRIES lOc 35c 15c 35c 85c SOc 35c 35c 45c 10c 1 QQ 28c 45c 75c 35c PEARS AND PEACHES CORN SYRUP 2-lb Tins ORN SYRUP.. Tins CORN SYRUP 10-lb.Tins LYLE'S GOLDEN C.' SYRUP IRC ,'yV. 30C CCg LIQUID Regular 2iie LIQUID VENEER Regular SOc..... MAGIC BAKING f P'DR QKft 5 for............. ..Z DR. PRICE'S: 35C 2 ounces for GOLD STANDARD 40c 35c 20C 4.9 pounds R, HOOD .FLOUR 1 (1 98 pounds w QERMAOE WAGSTAFFE'S JAM 5-tb PAILS RASPBERRY AND BLACKCURRANT.... CRAB APPLE JELLYi OR CHERRY STRAWBERRY Each PLUM OR GRAPE Kaclv 1-tn JARS ASSORTED Each......... 70c SOc 70c 20e The Above Prices for-Cash Only ;