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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAItE MM I 's Chick Food A PIRFICTLY lALANCID RATION FOR YOUNG Wiita isT sample! Made Taylor Milling Elevator Company. Limited LETHiRIDOI, ALIENTA, Tou en obtain this food from tie following dealers: .Taylor Milling ft EUvmtor Co., Elilwn MUttac -'ft -Eetator Co., Alia. Taylor Milling ft Co., Hat Milling Co., Medl- B.iC. da, Hal, Alberta Padlo Drain Co., Cal- MactouM ft Co., Lerhbrldge, garjr, OfllTla MI111., Co., Lti, Mrtl- dM Hit, ft Produce Co., Alta. MHIs, Calgary, Alta. Apples of Real First Class Quality about done for tor the season, but we atill hair- a ejtra ohplco yellow Newtoni, Joaltons and ape and w'llch are offe Mitt the very low Price of, York Imperials .that are in exceptionally fine 111, Per'Caae A little smaller elm in assorted, varieties, at Case M.M JVOAVISriNEAPPLEPKESERVING.TIME We a fine lot that we are offering- at exceptionally Medium slxe per doien c Large size, per dozen TO VST ED OR PLAIN MAKSHMALLOWS Absolutely fresh. made In Lethbrldg'e, This 9 price pe-i pound Me THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 5Z5 Ladies! AN AUCTION SALE OP MORE THAN ORDINARY INTIMtT TO LADIES will be held AT, MCMANflE ON SATURDAY NEXT At and rsi'wIWfrtrtsrn will b. Hid by Pitkllc Auction.and an AaieRM SttcKr OF PARISIAN GOODS -_ -ANOJHOVfc.TIEi includingRfct an dmade up into.-.-. Biousw, WaiMa, Wrtpa and Throws and Children's pure wool Sweater! and bMutlfit lama and Embroideries Per- ftunos, Ltcther Goods aid Ndtotlea; Hand and a num- ber of beautifully Dolli that walk and -----THERE WILL SOLD A QUANTITY OF----- FURNITURE Including Solid Oak CWffeorfr. Morris -CKmlrs, Bitending Dining Table, Braas Mounleil Jtote, Cooklct Rang, etc. About 30 Fir- mouth'Rock Chickens tt4'''CMiki. TERMS FRANK WAQDtNBTON MADAME DUFBASNE CASH- "AoitUnwr Owner Goods now on'Vlwrit the Lettbridfe Bnhange TH rMttag ttt aaa erafcy aH MsHoal at mxgua Ufln aeewtttf t. clr putiwt tmt pattuta tarad Mr cfcargi wmw tar prrat, 4ob USD frotllM. Mr (wtkw futtnl- an M Hnratof Mlutaa 1414 1th (Mita) A. M. TlllsT. mattf. mnt tunt. Want TanrtlMI iMWptlwi The rnxM? lias applied to the council 'for exemp- tion from Hall, on the that ii used solely for rollglouB purpoaes. Tte Matter Is being Did you ever try the let Restaurant i Bert 25c Metl IN TMi CITY. TRY IT OMCf I -Cii...WMi Mr mi Cbf BIMI CITY AND DISTRICT Court of Revision The courjt of revision on the 1914 sMment waa.-continued this after- no'.resolutions were passed up to the time of.-golnk to Ridpath Oct Contract Contracts for the supplrlng of fire- anlforros .were let yesterday af- ternooB to T C Rldpath, the lowest Tat! lucltj-; tender bid a and ,97.50 for trousers. May tanaMand Penalaaiob will be soucht of the Board of Education by the city coun- cil, to. .bandstand, which is now locateil in Adams .park, on the Wettmlnatcr school frounds, so that concerts may be held there this sum- mer, for the people of North Leth- brldge Fanwsif to and Mrs. Hunter Brigadier and Mrs. Hunter, daugh- ter and ion, .have just concluded their eight months' furlovgh with Mr.-and Urs. Tulloch, Third avenue North, the toner of whom is Mrs. Hunter's bro- ther. Since coming to this city; Brig- adier and have been a source, of spiritual blessing to :he members of the army, besides numerous', friends of other churches. These mlaalonary officers, have spent twoKty-eerati years. In India. Their 'ork la that heathen country In the early 4ays was beset with great hard- ship and- suffering. Brigadier and Mrs. Hunter hare 'worked in Guzerat and their last appoint- ment was among the criminal tribes, the DOOM; for seven years. The; gnv- India .kanded over tills re- bellious tribe to the care of the army, and Brtaadler and Mrs. Hunter, by their lives of self-denial have won ov- er thousands of these wild people. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter received a most htart; itiid-off.' -EVery bandsman, un- der Davey, besides, slity or. seventy members of.the army, es- .thin from the Citadel with As the train was learlag the band played "God with you till we meet They to tack to India, after attending tha rBternationat Congress, London, WEATHEB Max. Min. Ltthbridge, cloudy 63 40 .10 Edmonton, fair..... 46 42 .44 Calgary, cloudy 52 36 .04 Medicine Hat, cloudy.. 66 42 Macleod. clear.. 6J 41 1.00 Lloydmlnster, cloudy 64 -502.20 Battleford, cloudy 64 '50 1.36 Prince. Albert, cloudy. 56 Saskatoon, cloudy.... 65 48 ;64 Begins, fair 61 40 36 Brandon fair 66 44 Portage, clear 70 52 Winnipeg clouds 76 50 Port Arthur, 74 46- :08 Karhloops, clear 68 40 Penticton....... 6? 41 Grand Fbrks 42 39 The weather throughout the' prairie province lia been moderately warm, though somewhat cooler in western It has been unsettled ind raining. A fe'w very heavy rainfalls are reported- chiefly in the west Forecast Innitoba and westerly unsettled but parti) fair and local showers. fair arid uol today; and Thursday. CITY AND, DISTRICT Edmintoh'Vlaitor Professor A. E: Ottewell of Edmon- ton university, It a yisltbr In town to- Publicity Committee .'Meets A meeting of the Publicity commit- tee of the Board of held this afternoon at tne Board rooms. Service' at St. Cyprlln's .Church Tomorro'w, Ascension Day; there ill be a' celebration of- Holy Com- munion at St Cyprian s Church at T.OO a. m Board of Trade Council The regular, weekly luncheon and business meeting of the Council of the Board of Trade will be iheld tomor- row at the Lethbrldge Hotel at 12.30. AH members are asked'to be on hind is imoortant business is to be trans- acted. 01 IECTION5 Maria Anywhtre QET THE MONEY TM MtruntlK Aginelss. VH fMf. PKetit Petitioned Council A petition was read_at the council meeting this rciirning from a number of ratenayers on Fourteenth street, I asking the city prepare the bou- levards in tront of their respective residences for seeding. The petition stated that esch man would look after and water the portion' directly In front ot his own residence during the sum- mer, if the council would plant the seed. 'No provision for'this work was made by the Commissioners in their, estimates for this they have decided to furnleh the seed if at all possible. Cerhttsry Improvement Following the report of Commis- sioner Grace at the meeting of the Council yesterday morning upon the question -ai to whether citizens own- ing lots in the cemetery could Im- prove the same without consulting the caretaker, the council decided that owners might inaie such improve- ments as they saw fit; provided .that, they did the work themselves. Gor- don Watt, the caretaker, has an agree- ment with the city whereby he is en- titled to all the work done unless it Is done by the owners themselves. If a lot owner 'wishes to improve'his property, he must either do it himself or hire the caretaker. 25th Batttry Notts battery orders were receiv- ed this morning hy major C. the 25th Battery, C.F.A., to the ef- fect that the Battery would go to camp in Calgary on June 11, leaving Lethbridge at Sa.m., and arriving' in Calgary at 4 p.m. Recruiting Is go- ing on steadily at the armory, 602 Tenth street. Sergt.-Instructor Hup- klhs is giving lectures .every evsuine on the new dial sight, and It Is hoped there will be a good turn-out tonight. It la expected that a riding school for members of the corps not well versed lir the art-will 'he'ODened next week. The boys are eager for camp thla year, and classes are being 'conducted by the Sergeant-Instructor every af- ternoon to any who may be able to attend. Horsei are being procured and' everything looks good for the best camp in the bat- 'tcry's history. Applications for en- i rolinenl 'will rtcilved every j Ini at the armory.- Lime Juice Grape Juice The itason is here when. yqji, will-want a good, healtfrgiring, .'cooling drink. Lime Juice .and Grape Juice this need to a nicety and very easily mixed. 'fA little of juice in a glass, sugar and small lump of ice and fill up with, watir and you the fin- Cftt'thjftt quench- ing'drink that it known." The Red Cross Drug I and Book Co., Ltd. t Me TMM Dust Them f i Well Particnlarly the setting hens. Keep them free from Lice "Hess' Xiouse Kill- does the busi- er ness. 3ocand85c J. D. Higinbothan The ybXOJU, Store TELEPHONt NO. Ot AND BOATS AI FACTORY PRICK I have..the Exclusive Agency for'the OLD TOWN' CANOE. COMPANY. If ycu contemplate getting a Canoe for the summer, call and get my prices. Canoes from 128.00 up, f.o.b. factory. WILL HAYTER 611 15th streat South Or Phone 1117 after p.m. Arc yon satisfied with your If not, try The Dairy Produce for Phone THE BULLETIN BOARD Notlett for thii Column should Offlc. btfora 12 o'clock ngon on day of publication Roffitiou days' serrlce In St Augus tin's Church at 8 o'clock: W S Gold tecretar? of the Alberts, Temperance and Moral Re- form league, to five an address la First Baptist church at 8 o'clock Congregational meeting and social at Y church Westminster church congregational meeting and social. CITY AND DISTRICT Usual- Proeesalon One drunk was fined arid coats this morning in police court, and an. other..was allowed time to get out.of the city Bonds on Wiy reached the city this morning Tlfcat the recent issue..of, city vere shipped yesterday from Banknote Co...at Moii< ,that..would reaclT'th'ercity In a few dajs Plans for CKy Offices F V Downer presented some elab orateVplana for of the city 'offices. thUr-morrttng, nut it was found that the lease on the Don- now occupied by the police department, does not expire until the latter part of the year so nothing de- decided upon. Plans sim: flar, to the one submitted by Mr be sent to air who wish to tender on space, so that they may govern- themselves according to the "wishes ot the council. .Concert at Royal View successful 'was the concert on; Friday evening, given, by the schol- ars of Royal View School District No. 2063, with A. B. Dupen, secretary, In the chair. The children deserve great praise for.the able and noteworthy manner in which they took part. Great credit is due the Miss Mclsaac for the splendid way she has advanced the children in their studies In the short Mine they hive un- der her charge. "A'' neat sum was re-. allied, wich will he used to provide the books for their school'course. The teacher and people' of ttdyai View e'ltend a hearty "vote of thank's'to the people of Lethbridge and the country district, willingly helped out by being present. After the concert a social hour was spent and refreshments were served. The programme .In Ml was follows: Speech by the chair- man, A. E. Dupen; recitation, "Wel- song, "Maple recita- tion, Sadie Hunter; advice, Lily'Da- pen: dialogue, "Going recitation, Ida Surau; song, Jacky recitation, Lizzie Smith; tab- leau, "School advice, Ernest Stevens; dialogue, "Matrimonial.Ad- song, reci- Hutki; Evergreen Drill; son, "My Bonnie-Lies Over-the tableau, "Don't Stay Too Late1'; dialogue, "Missionary recitation, Tory song, "My Old Kentucky re- citation, drfil, recitation, Gertie-Suraa; .dia- logue, ;Want of a' leau, dialogue, "Horse or song, Mr. Rutkl-.Kdla- to recitation, Sadie Hunter; song, Llziie jflraith; recitation, "His Trou- Harold Dupen; recltationJiClB- sle'Maelysan; refreshments. Land Offlot Gleeed r Tomorrow being Ascension Day, th.g Dominion LtMl Oftto. will LOCALS Dod't forget the C. 0. F. Picnic, Em- pin Day, oh River Bottom north ot traffic bridge. A complete program cf .forti.. 135-4 Paulhters and Maids, of. Eng- land ate luulng Invitations for a dance In tile K. of P. Hall, May Invitations may be had by. phon'ng HI." 'The home o! Danderoff, the only (or dandruff, at M. K. Kaake Bt. Bartwr Shop, opposite Bank of Montreal: Try oar AlMka Dry Sham DOO. Good hot bnths always ready. Siiu Mo, JKUf JK. Balha Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon pure food products are the standard sf qualitj and purit} There Is no "just as food" is the best i Slue .Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder are sold as are.-all'other Blue Ribbon Goods, guaranteed to. perfect satisfaction. 1 WONT RE-HEAR CASES Waahlngtou, D C. May "0 The In tor-State Commerce :C.ommIsaIon to- day denied a petition for re-DMrlnc of the'Industrial ly passed upon by the commission SCREEN DOORS ;Width iOin. 13ft.'; Height 6ft. 6m. 6ft. 8m.' 6ft. IOin. to Each Scieen Wire Gfoth, all widths, Catches, Hooks and Sj rings, Collapsable Scieen Windows Five for 1 Too numerous to en'- umeVatc policy tc -r. Inspect Couluilly in- cited. Piices- to Hayr Hardware Co. ;