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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I PRCC BUS TO ALL Hotel Windsor in LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN Ji tht felt NMI MM W Dr. Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOK YOUNG CHICKS Write for be convinced. Made Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Ton can obtain this food from the follon-ing dealers: Teyior-Milling t. Elevator Co.. Ellison Mining Elevator Co., Lethbridte, I.ethbridge, Alta. Taylor Milling fc Elevator Co., Medicine Hit Milling CO., Medl- Keisoi, E. C. cino Hat, Aita. Co., T, A. fliacdouiid Letabridge, Alia. Osilvio .Milltos Co., Ltd., Meii- cine Hat, Alta. Crown Fwd Produce Co., Alte. Robin Hood Mills, Cilgarj-, Ladies! AN AJUCTION SALE OF MORE THAN ORDINARY INTEREST TO LADIES will be held AT THE LETHiRIBQE EXCHANGE ON SATURDAY NEXT At whtn thtre will be told by Public Auction and Without RtMrve an Atiorted Stock OF PARISIAN GOODS Including Rica Silhs, Velvets; Satins is lengths an dmade up into BloiiHE, Waists. Wraw and TiiroKB. and Children's pure Sweaters and Coats, "Embroideries, Per- fumes; Leather Goods. and Hand. Bigs, etc., and a num- ber of beautifully Dressed Dolls ttat walk and talk. THERE WILL ALSO BE, QUANTITY FURNITIJRE Including Solid Oak Chiffonier, Morris Chairs. Extending Dinins Table, Brass Mounted Beds. Cooking .Range .etc. About 30 Ply- mouth Rock Chickens and Chicks. TERMS FRANK WADDlNGTOfc" MADAME DUFRASNE CASH Auctioneer Owner Goods nan- on View- at the Lethhridge Exchange Clark's Seedling Strawberries Tlic lines! flavored, best colored ami best lounu be., in Ameiica arc now com- ing in daily fioni Washington and Oregon. We c.xprcss direct iioin tliu gnidtMis fiom on lluougliout the season so that you cnu depend on getting absolutely iresh bernes at the Invest possible price _, FRESH STRAWBERRIES, Clark's Seed- ling; today's price per basket.....20c Lowest market price daily. HOME GROWN ASPARAGUS, very crisp and tender. Price '2 ttis for.......35c FINEST EATING Price il for...................25c GOOD Price 5 NEW LAID EGGS, price'2 dozen Tor 45c, Some Week End Specials FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY RUT- TER, finest quality, price 2 for. .65c CANADIAN CHEESE, full .cream, finest qualitv, price per pound.........20c ASPARAGUS TIPS, 1's, Gritliii Skclly's, Special per tin .25c MORTON'S CHUTNEY, pints, special per' liollle BRUCE'S KIPPERED --Special per tin .1.........IDC. Fresh Rlnihiu-h. Ripe Tomatoes, Hot House Green Oiiions, New Cabbage etc. for Saturday. We expect pur last shipment iof Naval Oranges for this season. If you want aiiy more Naval Oranges you. had, belter buy .a case while they are to be had. Our price will be reasonable. Office: THE GOOD GO. Store: n, A JL Al-4 L-- Phonel27.1 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES COC 525 WEATHER WEATHER Lethhridge', clear Edmonton, fair Battlciord, clear Saskatoon, fair I Rcgina, cloudy Portage, cloudy clear...... Penticton............... Red Deer, cloudy I Calgary, clear 58 33 .01 63 38 60 54 42 .20 41 13 12 3S 35 1.07 36 .01 36 35 40 37 41 41 46 38 37 .34 .-04 Macleod, clear 56 Medicine Hat, clear i Prince Albert, clear i blouse Jaw, clear Brandon, fair Winnipeg, cloudy I Port Arthur, cloudy 74 Grand Forks............... 77 N In Manitoba- the -weather has been mostly fair. Light scattered showers I have, occurred in Saskatchewan'and [Alberta e.vccpt'heavy rains reported at Battlrford and Tlrd Deer. IVestern Provinces .Fair and cool today and Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. Outlet _ .Begs to announce that owing to- Proctor, B. C. tha Tlllriess- of her G. and L. Snow. Props. pant at 323 Itth St. South', BOATING BATHING will The Brown Robin COURTS BOARDING HOUSE Tourist and Fishing JUNE 1lt of the Kootenaya FIRST CLASS BOARD- ROOM FOR; INFORMATION Profits Made in Grocery Buying several varieties to choose from. Special price per box Strawberries, fresh every morning, at lowest mar- ket price. Today, two baskets for ........35c Pineapples, large size. .25c Oranges, dozen 25 and 40c Lemons, per.dozen .38c Bananas; good slock, spec- ial per dozen ........25c Ghcrries, vcnv fine, price per pound .........lOc Tomatoes, 2'tb's for ..-lac Cucumbers, largo size 25c Green Onions, 'A bunches for...............lOc Lolluce, pgr Rhubarb, 5 'its' for. v .25c ;Ncw Cabbage, pel- NeSv Turnips, 2 bundles '-for-.-..1.'...-........lac Maple Syrup, just received a shipment direct from a private sugar bush in the east. Pint each.....30c Quart Jars, each... .55c Or per gallon, full meas- ure, container extra Libby's and Del Monte brand canned fruits, Ap- ricots, Peaches, Pears. No. 1 tins, each.'-----20c Or B tins No. 3 tins each.....35c Or 3 tins Tomatoes, Swiss Bell, large. tins, 3 for Corn, Peas ami Beans, five tins for.............50c, Raspberries, 2 for .45c LCTEEPLE DOMINION Phone 515 OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE Mr. Lindsay Home W. Price Jandsay, who hss been ab- sent from the city for seveni'i months, returned this 'Explains Lethbridgers System The last edition of the Canadian Municipal Journal contains n lengthy and Well-written article, by A. C. D. Blanchard, C.E., formerly city engin- eer of this city, on "A System for Sprinkling Boulevards." The article is based oii the Lethbridge system. _ 25th Battery The signalling sections and the am- bulance corps of the 25th Battery C. F. A. were filled up last good gunners and drivers are needed yet. The sergeant-instructor will be on hand tonight, when Lient. God'win will be the officer In charge. Lieut. McLelland will be the officer in charge tomorrow evening. Eight new men joined the battery last night. The armory, 602 Tenth street South, is op- en every evening, in Charge of a re- cruiting officer. cadet Inspection Tomorrow Notice is'-given by Superintendent 'Hamilton, of the city schools, that a change .in the time table arranged for the annual inspection of cadets throughout the province, has neces- sitated an alteration in local arrange- ments. The Lethbridge Cadets will be inspected here tomorrow, instead of on .May 25, as originally planned. Ma- jor W. E. Cuthbert arrived in the city, today, and 'will commence the inspec- tions at 0.30 in the morning, _com- menclug at Galbralth school, and con- tinuing to Westminster and Pleetwcod schools .in the morning. In the after- noon he will inspect the corps at mched to C-sntrai school, and the High school, and 3.30 the battalion drill, march past, and salute to the inspect- ing officer will take place at the R. N. W. II. P. barracks. At -1.30 prizes will be presented to the winning com- panies, and the Daughters of the Em- pire will be in attendance, to present the prizes to the students successful in the essay competitions in grades 7. S, 9, and 10. The public is invited to attend Urn drills and presentation ex- ercises. MR, JUSTICE BECK 4 SERIOUSLY ILL Mr. Jiistino Rnck, wlio lias j been presiding over'the civil sittlnga of the Supreme court during the paat. week, la eerl- ously III. Uo wan twken to tlic hoaplta! this afternoon, and is tlionght nn oneration may. noccsBary. Tiif! naturfj of liiK illnoaa is not Lime Juice S'.v Grape Juice The season: 'is now here when you -will Van t a good health-giving, cooling drink. Lime Juice and Grape Juice filL- this jaeedi and very easily niiied.'- "A little of .the small of ice and up. water ;s-and you have the fin- est thirst-quench-- ing drink that is known." The Red Crpss Drug PBan. 151 Thlrt An, THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach thii Office before 12 o'clock noon on. the day of publication The Popularity That "OUR BESF FLOUR envoys is flue only to (lie higli M.indaid of quality maintaiiieit and IhcniodoiMtcprice lit which t is sold. Sec our grocer abtfut it .NOW- EIIISON mm (mm Lethbridge Encampment No. i will meet tonight to confer the patriarchal degree. A._ regular uieeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 89 will this even- iiig. Ail cordially invited. CITY AND UISTEICT New'School Near Taber The River-. Valley schoo'i has-been -empowered to'borrow S1400 for building equipping H school, n." P. iMiihro of Tuber is tiie of the: district. -The School District No. iVhas been empowered to for.the erection of a solid brick school house. W. W. Mor- ton pit Warner is the treasurer of'the district.- v Dust Particulariy the setting hens. Keep them free from Lice 'iiouse-'Kill- er" does the busi- ness. ,f 85c J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. Big Entry for Monday's Sports' for tlie'lsport competitions on Monday L'5; at Henderson Park, -.vhicli5 arc'being held the allspices of the Oity baud, are Doing received hy Vi Gilnioro .at llle Y. M.C.A., anil indications are that there wili be some THERE WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE BARN SATURDAY, MAY 23rd The following Hereford Bulls BEAU.VALIANT. (16076) MORNING STAR (15035) DON JAIME; (15038) URGO (15036) Durham Bulls SITTYTTON KING (81869) KING GEORGE "GREENBACK (72118) PRAIRIE (59052) STRONG :BULL (83812) 2 Grade Diirliam Uulls, ages from 1 to yeurs. Hordes V '._ 'TERMS CASH-': J. A. SMITH; Auctioneer.. Herald Sold Them Thirty-eight suits; twelve coats and eighteen dresses ere sold the store in to thtir a" noimccmcnt In ihi. Herald on and Siiturdaj lasl A Good Boost Lethbudg" is getting some tood publicity from Day. clean- up effort The Hail'av Jleiaid of date, fllay ,llf-contains a halt-column, telling of 'the -big .campaign under iteadlhg "Th'o CItlzenfa Took One 1 Toll- da) V fine mature of F Hown er. who started tliti-. scheme, accom- lianied thu article. Fur Fanciers to Meet The Canadian L'lur aiid FeaUier as- sociation will hold a special .meeting in the Hoard of Trade, building tomor- row evening to consider'plans.for ex- hibits at exhibition in July. This Man Luck., tntnk .cmpjoyeo of tho Black Diamond. Well" ;wlio IB. of-H. S. Beattic-o'r Bow Is- land, is'tho lucky, jibssessqr of three hundred shares in the We'll Co., -siven to him as a {ireseTit by'tlio manaseim-iiit.. rcpoHnd vestenlay tlitit Blaclt was tho market in Calgary, at share. Water Supply for Pelgan Agency Plang and specifications 'or. the 'construction of a water supply at the Peigan Indian Agency at Brocket are on file- at the office of Postmaster Iliginbotham, and may be seen at any time by prospective bidders. Bin Exhibition Notes Definite announcement was made this, morning.by Manager JIcNlcol of the local fair board that the Leth- bridge schools will be given, the cen- tral space at the main building for an exhibit of school Tvork at the Leth- bridge fair In July. Demonstrations in cooking..and manual training will be given by the pupils on the ground, benches-and stoves being supplied for this purpose. Outside exhibits are j lining up well, one of the chief ones 'being that of the Walter Baker Choco- late Co. BUSINESS LOCALS Citizens' Band Concert lonight.-. The second open-air concert by tho City band will be given this (Thurs- day) evening in Gait Gardens, at S p.m., weather permitting. The pro- gramme is as fellows: March, "Fairest of the overture, Kelar-Bt'la; re- verie, "Land of Rockwell; waltz, "Daughter of C. W. Ben- j nett; selection, O.ibullia; serenade, Rosen-' Kraus; characteristic, "Porcupine; Don't forget the C. O. F. Picnic, Km-1 Johnson; selection, "Gems of. pire Day on River Bottom north of Victorian Round: trafflc bridge. A complete I J. Klolir. "God SILVO j of sports. ii10 The Daughters and Maids of Brig- land are. Issulnc invitations for a dance in the K. of P. Hall, May 21st. Invitations mav be had by phoning shares t Alberta Petro- leum at 50 cents, subject to previous E. Harris, Lethbridge Hotel Hock, 'Phone 101.7. Arc you satisfied your milk! If not. try The Dairy Produce Parry, Director Clino vislica to state that In t.Iio event of inclement Iho j band will hold a rehearsal in tho hand room. BOOM TO THE EAST IS SOUTH GROWING It. W. Gardiner, of tho staff of Conybeare, Church Mc- Arthur, han made iiomo real money out of the oil boom to tho southeast of the city. Ab- out a week ago, lie filed .on a quarter 'section in Township i nansp 1. lie sold out this afternoon' 'for It Is also understood thiit he filed on land-'In the' vicinity for Urn G, T. I1., rinil .Unit they, will i put tl well at once. SCREEN DOORS Width 2ft. 6111 2ft. 8in. 2 It 10m. 3ft. Height (ift. 6m! 6ft. Sin. 6ft. lOin. 7ft. to Each AYirc OloU'i, all widths: Cnlclips, Hooks mid Collapsable HoreSii Windows Five for Too 'On-'' uiTici'iite' Best in- spout. Cordially in- vited'.-. Prices: to 00 Hayr Hardware Co. ;