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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY JHERALD Or Jusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA, Ton can- obtain this food from the following dwlers: Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Lethbridge, Taylor. Milling Elevator Co., Nelton, B. C. Liberia Pacific Grain Co., Cal- garr, Campbell, Wilion t Home, Lothcrldge, Alta. Crown Feed Calgary, .A! Produce Co., Ellison 'Miliice Elevator Co.. Alia. Medjelsa. Hat. Milling Co., MeM- cine Hat, Alta. A. MacdoniM t Co., LetSibridge, Alia.. Y Oiilvie Milling Co., Ltd., Hat, A1U.. Robin Hood Mills, Ctlsary, Alta, of Real First Class Quality A Mtlo smaller site in asiOi ted at per Case XCW IS PINEAPPLE PRESERVING TIME We a lot that a'e Ion prices- Medium per dozen Lar0-e sre pel TOAbTED OR PLAIN MAHSHMALLOWS Absolutely fresli, made in Lethbridge, ciualltjf tin This week's price per pound Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Mai. 70 62 70 Min. 43 .10 42 .01 40 .30 Ladies! AN AUCTION SALE OF MORE THAN ORDINARY INTEREST TO LADIES be held AT THE LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE ON SATURDAY NEXT At 2-30 and wnen there will be told by Public Auction and Without Reterve an Aiiorted. Stock OF PARISIAN GOODS .AND NOVELTIES; Including RieJi SHks, Velvets, Satins an dmade up into Blouses, and Throws., Ladies'.and Children's pure wool Sweaters and Coats, beautiful Lic'es and Embroideries, Per- fumes. Leather Goods and lyovelties. Hand Bags, etc., and a num- -tier: of beautifully Dressed Dolls, that walk and talk. WILL ALSO BE SOLD A QUANTITY FURNITURE Including Solid Oak Extending Dining Table, Brass ilounted '.Bets, -Cooking Range etc. About 30 Ply- mouth Rock Chickens and Chicks.' TERMS "FRANK WADDlNGTON MADAME DUFRASNE CASH: Auctioneer Owner Goods now on View at the Lethbridge Exchange. 4S 4S 46 50 52 49 .51 52 46 44 40 40 Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, Medicine Hat. fair Macleod, clear Prince Albert.'cloudy. 74 Saskatoon, fair....." .74. Moose Jaw. cloudy Swift Current, fail 74 Brandon, cloudv M> Portage, doudy..... 75 Winnipeg, cloudy 66 Port Arthur, cloudy 74 Kamioops 7J Nelson Pentictou......... 69 Scattered showers of rain have oc- curred in each of {he prairie prov- inces, but the weather has .been most- ly fair and Ttarffl. Forecast Manitoba and but mostly fair, with local .hewers, not much'change in .temperature. .but" most- ly fair, with local showers andjcooler. CITY AND DISTRICT Soni of England Notice The S 0 E R R degree meet tomor row evening at 7.30 sharp. The meet- ing will be followed by a concert at S.lo, when nil members and wives and the Daughters and Maids of England are invited to attend. Steamihio Arrivals The Allan liner Hesperian; from Glasgow, arrived at Quebec yesterday and is due at Montreal today. West- ern passengers arrive at Winnipeg on Thursday and. at Lethbridge on'Sat- urday Lime Juice Grape Juice The seatcy is now here when iyoiilvlU want a good drink. Lime Juice and Grape Juice fill this need'to a nicety and. very easily mixed. "A little of the juice in a glass, some sugar .and lump of and fill up and you have the Tin eifthlrat quench- ing.drink that It known." l, The Red Cross Drug and Bpok Co., Ltd. The Popularity That "DOB BEST" FLOUR enjoys is duo only to the high 'standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. Sec your grocer about it ElUSDI MILUN6 ELEVJUIR COMPUNY SSc CITt AND DISTRICT Funeral of Win. Pennon The funeral of the late Win S Pear son held this afternoon, from the late residence on Thirteenth street, the burial taking place in the public cemelerv A squad of the Lethbrldge City police acted ns pallbearers, and a large number of friends of the fam- ily attended Rev A C BrjJii, of St Andrew s Piesbyterian church, of- ficiated." Dog at Work Repoite are being made to the po- lice of dog poisoning, that has been going on for some time It is the in- tention of Chief Skelton to do all in his power to stop this malicious practice One valuable dog found dead this morning, under cir- cumstances that would indicate Btrv chnine poisoning with direct intent Snicklefrltz'i Band to Perform novel attraction for Empire m connection Tilth the Citv band beP rot Smcklefritz s Buiweiser Band This is so -versed in music that the memoers will start playing from eight different parts, and each matching to [the cenire, vtill all meet at the corner of Fifth street and Third avenue, where thej will unite and march donn the' street Be sure and see them Hearing AittMment Appelli Humphries, been busy for the past.few days hearing appeals on the assessments in the Me lean school district. H. Donnan ap- pealed for himself, the -Lethhridge Country, club, and the .Standard Se- curities, and oilier .appeals "were heard and W. P. Clandil- lon Of the tax department of the C. Milk River Visitors Tenders for Asylum Addition Tenders have been by the Provincial government for the con- struction a new dormitory buiid- J. McKinley-Key and S. J. Harris.iing at the Provincial asylum -at Pon 3f Milk River, 4re visitors in the city oka. appealed on the ground the assessment was too high. that He stated..tbat the value of land between the junction and the jail was' not more tfian an acre. GET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC An immense area of tbe most fertile iand in Western Canada fur sale at low prices, ranging from to 830 per acre for non-irrigat- ed lands and 535 to ?7S per acre for irrigated lands. Terms, one- twentieth down, balance in 13 an- nual instalments. Loan for farm development up to J2000, also re- payable in 20 years. Interest at only G per cent. particulars apply to WIUSON SKEITH, AGENTS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, Canadian Pacific Railway Alberta. today. Bought Oil Stock J. B. Renter returned yesteiJay from Calgary, and was among the many Lethbridge citizens who invest- ed in oil stocks. Harry Liihurn, for- merly connected with the C.P.R. tic- ket office bere, has reported that hi was among the lucky investors. -Many Tenders Received Applications for the privilege of renting the city accomodations for Us staff, came in this morning in- quanti- ties. Tenders from the Donnan, Tenders will Be received .up to 12 noon, June 1. Doing iig Business Wellington Bros.-iire decorating the new Bank of Commerce at Champion this week. This is" the tenth order they have received for'the interior decoration of different branches of this hank in the west. The Leth- bridge Hotel is being re-decorated by Wellington Bros, this week. For a Worthy Ciuie In the announcement yester- day that the Rev. Dr. "Dyde would ties. Tenders from the Donnan, preach at Knox church on the last Sherlock, Alberta Loan Investment' Sunday in May, it was stated in error and -Higinbotham blocks were opened that the collection would go toward by the" Council, and an offer to build the college fund. The collection tak- has been received from Dr. Gal- j en at the lecture on Monda% braith, in addition to the offer from wril go to this worthy cause. night F. W. Downer. iXo decision as to the location for the new offices has yet been made. [Easy Way to Remove Objectionable Hairs I Beauty Culture) Progressive beauty specialists are PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited r. R. Frtlght [rapidly adapting the new, painless method for removing superliuous hairs and the result is that the costly and painful electric needle treatment is fast !jeing discarded. The treatment is inexpensive and very make a paste a little of the pow- dered delatone and water and apply to the hairy surface. After or 3 min- utes rub oft and wttli it comes every trace of hair. Washing leaves the skin firm and spotless. Be sure, however tliat you get the real delatone. Had Leg. Broken Thos. Mclndoe met with an acci- dent this morning, while unloading a car at the Taylor .Milling Co.'s eleva- or. Mr. ildu'Joe slipped and of the door and jammed his leg ag- ainst the side of the elevator, break- ng it clean. He was taken to> the lospital in the ambulance, where Dr. McN'ally attended the fracture. PHONES I otflc.