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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PREC TO ALL Hotel Windsor MM 11.25 (Day HoUi In AlbwU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr. Rusk's Chick rood V A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG iWritc for Mmples and lie convinced, -Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You can obUin tbii food fron Taylor. Milling t Elevator Co., Lethbridte, Alia. Tsylor Milling t Etentor Co., Nelson, B. C. Alberta Pitciflo Grain Co., Cal- rary, Alta.................... Campbell. t Home, Crown fc' Produce Co., Calewr, Alta. i tko; following dealers: Ellison Milling Elevator Co., Lo'Jibrldge, Alls. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Aita. A. fc Co., LetnhrUge, Alta. Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Cilsary, Alta. Amateur Developing Printing o: Enlarging Particular Efforts taken to get the very best results Photographer 906 Third Avenue South MAKER OF FINE HOME 1733 "Measured by actual nutritive power, there is no oilier ration which in economy can compare with States Dcpt. of Agriculture Bul- letin. Sc per Loaf The best bread in the city. Be sure it has the label on. All good Grocers sell it or Phone 1027 or 378. Of6 The Baker Apples of Real First Class Quality arc about done foi 101 the season, but we still haie a oxtnl choice Yellow Newtons, .Tenitoiii, and .York Imperials that are In exceptionally line shape anil which we nro offering at the very low price of, Per Case H'50 A little 'smaller size In assorted varieties, at por Case and NOW IS PINEAPPLE 'pSESEHY ING TIME AVe have a very fine lot that we are offering: at exceptionally low _ Medium sixe, per dozen Largo size, per dozen TOASTED OK PLAIN MAKS1TMALLOW8 Absolutely fresh, made in Lethbridge, .quality unsurpassed This week's price per pound Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 5Z5 WEATHER Lethbridge, clear fair..... Max 61 60 SO 73 73 74 70 76 SO 39 46 46 '40 58 51 42 41 Calgary, fair Medicine Hat, fair" Maeleod, clear.. Saskatoon, clear.. Yorkton. rain.. ,..1 Moose Jaw, clear.. Regina, clear..... Broadview, clear MiunedosR, cloudy Brandon, cloudy Portage, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy 82 Port Arthur, fair.. 7S Kamloops, fair.. 72 Nelson...... 72 Penticton 66 Grand Forks 75 Khowers of rain have occurred in Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan, but the weather throughout-the prair-, ie provinces has been mostly Hue and j Tvarm. Forecast Mantoba and ly fair'and warm today and on Tues- day, with a few local showers. and warm. CITY AND DISTRICT 45 53 40 53 54 42 4i 38 40 34 Water for Henderson Lake Water from the irrigation ditch was turned into Henderson Lake this af- ternoon by Street Superintendent Morris.. The water will be left on .for j at least two and a half months, as it will require that time to fill the lake bed to its capacity. The water "was not turned in last year until June. Lsthbridge Cadets to Attend Church j The Cadets of Lethbridge will" hold j their annual -church parade to. St. j Cyprian's Church next Sunday morn- i ing, when Rev. Canon McMillen will j preach. Tlie celebration of Holy Communion will be at S.30 a.m., in stead of 11 o'clock as usual. Lime Juice Grape Juice The season ,ia now here when you will want a good health-giving, .cooling drink. Lime Juice and Grape Juice fill this need to a nicety and very easily mixed. "A littie of the juice in a glass, some sugar and small [ump of ice and fill up with water and you have the fin- est thirst quench- ing drink that is' known." The Red Cross Drug and Book'Co., Ltd. Loyal Order of Moose meet tonight in the K. of P. haH at 8 o'clock. A large class 'will be Initiated. A meeting of the C. O. F. pichto committee will be held in. A. Neitlig's Block, tonight at S o'clock. Any member welcome. F. T. Robins Home Fred T. Hobins, of the Letubridge Quick Print, returned home on Sat- urday after spending two months at his old home in Kent, England. Mr. Robins says there is no doubt about Home Rule becoming law, and thinks there will be no trouble about it, either, in spite of aH the agitation. Business in the Old Land is flourish- ing, he says. Standard Bank of Canada Established 1873 Remitting Money The most satisfactory way to make remittances to Great Bri- tain and foreign countries Is by our Bank Drafts and JMoney Orders payable in tlie currency of the payee's country. These are sold at our office aj the lowest current rates payable at par in any part of the world. No delays. BRANCHES AND AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Lethbridge Branch, 315 13th Street North G. F, Bletcher, Manager. W. A. Henderson Co. Changes. Owing to a misunderstanding the item concerning changes in the W. A. Henderson Co. on Saturday, it was tort that Basil Jones, C.A., will have charge of tbe local office. Mr. Jones will have charge of the Medi- cine Hat office, and Mr. R. J. Ritchie Paterson, C.A., will he in charge here. The firm name will not be changed, except in AVinnipeg, where It will be knoMrn as Henderson, Reid, i Gibson Co. i Local Sunday School's Good Work At the morning service yesterday t St. Cyprian's Church, Itev. Canon McMillen read 'tho annual Ascension- tide appeal from tbe Bishops of the Church of England lii Canada to en- able the Church to -carry on its mis- sionary work. It was stated that of the required, 00 per cent, of that sum would be used in Canada, more particularly in the West Mr. McMillen was able to state that the apportionment of St. Cyprian's had already been provided by the Sunday School, the scholars' having" given nearly S100 in their recent Lenten of- ferings. Train to Foremost Tomorrow The' regular bi-monthly train to Foremost makes its second run to- morrow. It leaves here at six In the morning, returning at 18 o'clock. Painting Paper Hanging Wall TiutiiiK AND CARRIAGE PAINTING W. R. Brown Phone 720 CITY AND DISTRICT War on me Weeds Oliver Blue, assistant chief weed ill spector, is in the city today. Mr. Blue that the weed situation this year is better lhan laat, but is being troubled considerably by large land owners who are not ten- ants, and It is upon these holdings that he intends to concentrate his ef- forta this season. Silltkar May Get Job Rumor .has It Sil liker of the hettibridge City police Vii1 lio appointed as preventive ofli- cer of the Canadian customs-at the Coutti sub-port. No corroboration could bo found this morning, and of- ficers at the local office profess ig- 'coranca of tie n Colorite For Straw Hats CARDINAL RED NAVY BLUE BLACK DULL BLACK BROWN BURNT STRAW SAGE GREEN, ETC. 25C J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. Ill THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for thlt Column thould reach thli Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication CITY AND DISTKICT .Masonic At Homo Great -preparations have been made for the Masonic At Home and dance tomorrow evening. Get your ticket at once. Ladies of the Eastern Star are cordially invited to be pre- ticket. to Calgary Commissioners Grace and Reid mo- tored to Calgary on. Saturday with Ales. contractor for the sub- way at Thirteenth street. The trip was made primarily to sign up the subway .contract, but the party ex- pected to visit the: Oingman well be- fore returning to the city. YOU need it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour, you buy Ellison Milling Elevator Co, Ltd, FOR SALE BY AUCTION 'All that'entire Restaurant Outrit known ns THE WHITE MAN'S CAFE At 405 5th St. South, at S p.m., on Wednesday, May 20th '14 TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE GUS NEIDIG, Auctioneer; PICTURE BUTTE Sunnutale Farm lull shortly pass into the of its nev> owner, J. De Vries, who has .purchased same for Dili local wheat king, who gencrall} manages' to raise a big crop, Kill cultivate it on the Camp- hell system aiul raise big crops as all Campbell farmers cim and do. The present owner, who has man- aged to make things rather interest- ing for the; district'.whenever times were dull, .will have the best wishes of her neighbors on-her departure. Wheat is nearly now, and majority is on' summer-tilled "Home Rule.'.1 He did ;not thing it; grounli from II to 8 inches in right that the city should be expected anil well stooleil. A good to control the moving picture shows A3y's rain -accomplish wonders.- and the -pool rooms, it prohibited from collecting a license to pay for this control and protection. City "Home Rule" The. city appeal against tv e of Mr. Justice Beck given on Saturday in the moving picture li- cense case. -Mayor Hardie- stated this "morning that the city should go in for! Look Who1! Here Visitors in the city today are: J. St. Milroy and S. .1. Halpin, Bow Island; 31. J. Barkin, Chin; A. B. Kinff, Grassy Lake; Colin Maeleod, H. Field and J. A. Crane, Maeleod; W. E. Bowman. Weyburn, and L. H. Jel- iff, Haley. Week-end visitors were: D. W. Coulter, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Leech, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Odette and Miss Powell, Taber, and Mr. and Sirs. I P. J. Mosedale, Warner. CITY AND DISTRICT K. of P. Attend Church Last evening the Knights; of "Py- thias attended in .1 horiy the First Baptist church, and listened to a most eloquent sermon, delivered by the Uev. Ross, nuHtor. in which lie dwelt upon the friendship of Dam- on and Pythias, touching upon the present-day friendship as it should exist among tlie human family. He brought vividly to the minds of his congregation and visitors thnt man wan not created to exist for himself ft'ione, but that each and nil hod a great work to perform in this "world, and in order to accomplish such: a work we could hut rely upon the, principle of friendship, in accomplish- ing Us consummation. Two splendid soloti wore rendered by Mrs. Somcr- tba'and illse Livestock Instructor Visits P. M. Abel, instructor in livestock at the Clarcsliolm School of Agricul- ture, was a visitor in town last waek. Ascension Day Service On Thursday next, Ascension Day, there will be a celebration of Holy. Communion at St. Cyprian's Church at 7 a.m. Funeral of Late Mr. Pearson The funtral of the late William S. Pearson, who died suddenly on Sat- urday, will be .held from his late resi- dence, Goy Thirteenth street North, tomorrow afternoon at 2.30, Rev. A. C. Bryan, of St. Andrew's Presbyter- ian church, conducting the service: Members of tho police department will act as pallbearers in honor of the deceased, who was formerly police court clerk. Tlie police are also de- fraying the funeral expenses. Inter- ment will take place in the Leth- uHugc Or. Dyde Coming Rev. Dr. Dyde, principal of Robert- son College, Edmonton, preach at Knox church here on Sunday, May 31, anil will lecture on "Macbeth" "on the j following night. It is expected that !Dr. Dyde will also address the mem- bers of the Lethbridge ISoard of Trade on his next visit to the city, on some phase of education. "Dr. Dyde is one of the foremost educat- ors in the west, and his address will doubtless prove of nnrt The offering at Knox church Making a Geodetic Survey Two parties working on the geo- detic survey of the Department of the Interior, are no'w working Lethbridge, one party coming this particular Sunday w.11 go to- ward tho college fund. A Tie Debate An interesting debate was held yea- terday afternoon at tho Adult Bible class meeting in Knox church. The decision could not be made by the judges, Messrs. A. J. Irving and R. P.. and it was left a tie until Oats anil barley are partially seed- about 75 per but not much evidence yet. The gay and festive cutworm is working- overtime also the Russian but where is the weed inspec- tor Dead We are -told that the next district wedding will (akc place in June. The obsequies will take place in town, so the happy pair informed UK. Hequies- cat in pace.' Fresh From.the Highland! Newiy arrived from the Highlands, Jock AleTavisit wandered about the big city until fairly tired .out. Long had he hesitated about entering any of the brillianUy lighted restaurants, hut at length he mustered up courage and ushered to a tablo. The waiter handed him the menu card, was a foreign language to McTavlsh. Final- ly, in desperation, he said to the hover- ing waiter: "Ah'm n.) hungry, no hun- gry at a'. Jlst bring me a plate o' whusky an" a wee "spoon1" Medicine Hat, and the other from Cal- gary. George Raley of Letli bridge, son of Chas. K, Raley of the C. P. R. department of Natural Resources here, is party. in charge 'of the Calgary Rev. W. S. Gold Coming W. S. Gold, secretary of Alberta Temperance and Mora! Re.' awarded to the affirmative sido by a form league, will address a meeting small majority on a popular vote. in the First Baptist church on Wed- nesday evening at S o'clock. All In- terested are cordially invited to turn out and hear Mr. Gold, who will have a message worth hearing. BUSINESS LOCALS The Daughters und Maids of Eng- Inml are iBBiiins Invitations for a dance In tlie K. of Hall, May, 21st. Invitations may' bo: tifiT'by .phoning SCREEN DOORS Width 2ft. Gin. 2ft. lOin. 3ft, Height 6ft. Gin. 6ft. Sin. 6ft. lOiii. 7ft. to Each Screen Wire; all widths-Catches, Hooks'ami-Springs, .Collapsalilo Scr.oeu Windows Five for? Thb subject was "Resolved, that rich- arc' a greater moral danger than poverty." Mr. OBilvio led the affirm- ative, lieing assisted by Miss M. K. Cameron; S. S. Dunham Miss El Waterman upheld tho nega- t'iVB. At the regular Sunday school ses- sion yesterday, nearly one hundred gold bultonii' wera awarded to schd- .are who had not missed ,i single Sun- day tor a whole year. Refrigerators Too numerous .'to LMI- itinerate' policy is loin-, spcct. Cordially in-; vitud. Trices: to Hayr Hardware Co. 1 i Uf ;