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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta f fHlt TO ALL Hotel Windsor tM a.Day Hate! In Alberta 1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN LETHiKIOOI The Dmllm Hold DP, Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG Write for samples and bo convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHIRIDGE, ALBERTA. Ton can obtain this food from the following dealers: Taylor Elevator Co., Lethbridge, Alta. Taylor Milling Eterator Co., N'eUon, B. C. Alberta Pacific Grain Co., Cal- Cimpbtll, Wilson ft Home, Alta. Croirn Feed Produce Co., y, Alta. Ellison Milling Hevator Co., Lethbridge, Alta. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hut, Aita. -A. JlacdontW Co., Letfrbridge, OgilTie Milling Co., Ltd., Medt- cine Alta. Robin Hood'lIUls, Cilgary, Alia. Ladies! AN AUCTION SALE OF.MORE THAN ORDINARY INTEREST TO LADIES will be held AT THE LETHBRISGE EXCHANGE' ON SATURDAY NEXT At and there will be by Public Auction and .....Without Reierve an Aiiorted Stock OF PARISIAN GOODS ...AN5, NOVELTIES Including Rica Silks, Velrals, Satins in lengths an dmade up into Blouses, and Throws. Ladies' and Children's pure wool Sweaters and Coats, beautiful Laces and Embroideries Per- fumes, Leather Goods and Novelties, Hand Bags, etc., and a'num- ber of beautifully Dressed Dolls that walk and talk. WILL ALSO BE SOLD A QUANTITY OF------ FURNITURE Including Solid Oak Chiffonierj Morris Chairs, Extending Dining Table, Brass Mounted Beds, Cooking Range etc 30 Ply- mouth Hock Chickens and Chicks. TERMS FRANK WADDINGTON MADAME DUFRASNE CASH: .Auctioneer Owner Goods now on View at the Lethbridge Exchange Clark's Seedling Strawberries The finest flavored, bcsl colored and best all round berry grown in America arc now coin- ing in daily from Washington and Oregon. We will have daily express shipments direct from the gardens .from now on throughout Hie season so tliat you can depend 611 getting absolutely fresh berries at the lowest possible price. Some Week End Specials 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 for ,35c FINEST EATING Price 8 tbs for................. .25c GOOD COOKING Price 5 Itis for.................. 25e NEW LAID EGGS, price '2 dozen for45c FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY BUT- TER, finest quality, price 2 Its for. .65c CHEESE, full cream, finest quality, price per pound .-......'...20c ASPARAGUS TIPS, 1's, Griffin Skelly's, Special per tin ..................25c MORTON'S 'CHUTNEY, pints, special per bpttle..........................25c BRUCE'S KIPPERED Special per tin.................. 15c Fresh Rhubarb, Ripe Tomatoes, Hot House Cucumbers, Green Onions, New Cabbage etc. for Saturday. We expect our last shipment of Naval'Oranges for this season. If you want any more Naval Oranges you bad better buy a case while they arc lo be bad. Our price will be reasonable. office: THE GOOD GO Store: DL IITI ni ror Phone 1271 HIGH.CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER I Lethbridge, fair E6 'Edmonton, clear..... 04 Calgary, clear...... 64 74 34 3S 86 42 SS 33 ..10 34 37 3C CANOES AND BOATS AT FAaORY PRICES I nave the Exolnrire Agency fOT.Un OLD TOWJT CAXOB COMPANY. If TOU contemplate Canoe for the summer, call and get mr prices. Canoes W8.00 up, f.o.b. factory. WILL HAYTER 611 19th 8tV.it South Or 1117 aftir i p.m. House Paiutang Paper Hanging Wall Tinting AND CARRIAGE PAINTING W. R. Brown Phone 720 Hotel Outlet Proctor, B, C. 0. and L. Snow. Props. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays WRITE FOR INFORMATION Medicine Hat, Macleod, clear.. 6S Red Deer, clear..... 64 Prince Albert, clear... 54 Saskatoon, clear.. 5S Moose- Jaw, clear.. GT liegina, clear., G" 35 Indian Head, clear___ 5S 36 Dauphin, cloudy 64 3S 1130 Brandon, cloudy...... 63 32 Portage, cloudy..... 65 A3 Winnipeg, cloudy 02 44 Port Arthur, cloudy 7'5 40 Kauiloops, clear 7S 42 75 42 Grand Forks....... 70 3.4 The weather throughout the p'riarie provinces has been mostly fair, and cold during the night. Forecast All today and Saturday warmer. CITY AND DISTRICT Judge Jackson NI Judge J. A. Jackson is ill Bt his home, nnd the sittings of the District Court have been adjourned indefinite- ly. I Fire Insurance Inspector Here George C. -Tohnson, western inspect- or for the Union Fire Insurance Co. of Paris, was in town making inspec- tions. He left for Spokane last night. Lime Juice Grape Juice The season now -here when ycu a sootl health-giving, .'.pooling dnuk. Lirae Juice an.flj Grape Juice fill this need to a nicety and very easily mixed. "A'little of the in" a'glass, some sugar and of 7' ice ah'd- fill up, with water and X9U haverthe-ftn- est ing drink that is The Red Gross Drug and Book Ltd. Thlrtf Kentish Association j In consequence of the annual gen- eral meeting of the Kentish associa- i tion falling- on Victoria Day, the date has been postponed until the following Monday, June 1. Members, please note. Cameron Begs, to announce that owing to the'Illness of her present occu- pant at 329 llth St. South, she will open The Brown Robin Co. BOARDING HOUSE JUNE 1st FIRST CLASS BOARD AND ROOM Battery Point Captain Ripley has secured the ser- vices of a number of citizens who win Journey out to Henderson Park tonight, and seo that the 150 trees planted at Battery Point recc-ive a oodly amount oE water tonight. Notice To Gas Consumers Owing to a change being made in the construction of our Main Line on 13th Street caused by the building of the new subway, It will be necessary for us to shut off the gas between the hours of 2 P.M. AND 4 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th in order to break the connection! of the old line, and make th? connections with the new. Consumers will please sec that the stop cock at'the meter with 'all other valves controlling their gas arc closed, and left cloud until the gac has been turned'on again in order to avoid possible which might result from valves felng left open when the'gat turned on. Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co., Limited Cigars and Oil D. A. L. Telfer, the popular Ledoux cigar traveller, is a visitor in the city today. Mr. Teller was present when j the Dingman well gushed for the first! time, nnd states that he sold ten thousand cigars on the spot. Mr. Justice Beck Recovering Mr. Justice Beck is a good deal re- lieved of the internal pain which took j him yesterday. He is passing aii easier time at the Gait hospital, and expects to be able to proceed home on Monday afternoon. Taber Interested in Oil Dr. Leech of Taber, accompanied by Mrs. Leech, motored from Taber tc the city last nigbt. Dr. Leech says Taber is greatly interested in the oil boom, and thinks the prospecting that Trill result will be continued from Ed- monton to the International boundary, it will result in much capital pouring into the country. Forger Gets One Year George E. Crichton, brought up at (the police court this morning, pleaded- guilty to forging and uttering a cheque signed "W. Davidson." to the amount of and passing the same at the Lethbridge Hotel. Prisunur -nad serv- ed sentences in the penitentiaries at Edmonton, Calgary and Macleod, and 'was only released from custody terday. The name "Davidson" used was that of one of the officers in one of the jails he had been In. The mag- istrate ssntencfy! him to one yesr with, hard lahor at the Lnthbrldgn jail. 0-I-L Oil .will stain and "sting." (Be- care- ful.) Eexall Harmony Soap (VIOLET AND ROSE) will remove the staiu and won't "sting." Saturday Special 15c Two for a Quarter J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The SfeSSHgl Store TELEPHONE NO. SZ1 CARD OF THANKS Mrs. W. S. Pearson wishes to ex- liress her heartfelt tbanltn to all tlie friends who hiive HO nobly come for- wnrrl :ind glve-n ihor Ihoir sympathy and hclfj In hor recent bereavement. Flo-.vors: by family, 'wroath from District 18. wrontli Mr, and Mra. Graham, spray from Mr. 'and Mrs. Marlnaro, spray from .Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, and spray, .Mlm H. Uisc.tb. BASE BALL Empire Day Bow Island AT Lethbridge Game at 2.15 p.m. District CITY AND DISTRICT Bank Clearings j The b'ank clearings this week were S45J.9S9.93: The corresponding week last year they amounted'to Fair Board Met A meeting of the Agricultural Fair Board was iheld last night hi the Board of Trade rooms. Routine busi- ness was transacted. Monday a Holiday -t There seems to be some tloubt ab- out 'whether or not Monday is a hoi- iday.. proclamation was issued at Ottawa eaily this week, stating that Monday would be observed as-Victoria Day, Holland Capitalist on Visit J. S. P. Poole of land, general manager of the Over- seas Mortgage spent the past two days in the city looking over invest- ments ;of his company liere. Mr. Poole was entertained at lunch, by the A'iberta 'Loan -Investment Co., a i number of prominent -business men being asked to meet him'. Bow Island Oil Co.' R. S. Beattie of Bow Island in- forms the Herald that the stock of the oil company just promoted there is selling at'fl.OO per instead of 50. cents as stated yesterday. It is selling 50 cents on purchase, and 50 cents on allotment. He states that an [offer has, been made by Calgary to: buy the whole Mock. THERE WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE BARN SATURDAY, MAY 23rd The following Hereford Bulls BEAU VALIANT MORNING STAR (15035) DON JAIME (15036) URGO (15036) Durham Bulls SITTYTTQN KING GEORGE (80724) GREENBACK MAJOR (72118) PRAIRIE (59052) STRONG BULL (83812) Bulls, ages from 1 to 4 years. Also HorselTTlitggies, Wagons and Harness; TERMS CASH .J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer, BUSH FIRE .AT COQUITLAM FOUR .HOUSES BURNED Vancouver, B.C., May houses belonging: to the Corjuitlam Terminal Co., and-valued at were burned, last night'In the big bush fire raging at Cocjuitlam. Three thous- and cords of ivood "we're.'burned "yes- terday. -Six fighting bush fires, in the vicinity of Co-iuit- lam and 'Port Moody BLAZE Winnipeg, Man., May 2M.-rFor'three hours early this morning the firemen "ought a stubborn blaze in the block on the northwest corntr of Rupert and Main streets, which did damage to the extent -of, f and -totally destroyed the Public drug store. Be- sides the drug store, five adjoining buildings were badly damaged. BIG SHIPPING CONCERNS COMBINE London, May were completed today.for the amal- gamation of the Peninsular 'Orient- al Steamship Co. and the British In- dia Steam Navigation Co., two of the most Important shipping concerns, with a capital of over In Gun-Laying An instructional class in gun-laying will-be .held tonight for the members of the 25th Field Battery. The new j dial sights have all been adjusted and four squads will be given instruction by Sergt.-Instructor Hopkins. These classes will be held every evening from now on until the battery leavec for camp. Officer in charge for this evening will be Lieut. McLelland. BODY RECOVERED FROM WELL SHOWS MARKS OF FOUL PLAY Hartney, Man., May body of X. F. Hill was recovered this morning from the well on the Fisher farm here this morning. Hill had been missing since Sunday last. The hody shows signs of foul play, the head hearing a gun shot wound and other injuries. On tlie hody being brought to the surface it was discovered that the man's pockets had been turned in- sitlc out by his murderers. A man; named Reid, employed on the Baker farm nearby, is under arrest. An in- quest will he held this afternoon. I STEAMER WALMATE AFIRE London, May owners of [the British steamer Wnlmate receiv- 1 ed a wireless today, stating the ship is afire in latitude 57.17 south, tude 79.51. west. The vessel was i bound from Wellington to London i With cargo of fiax. ,fr NOTICEI The Herald gocn to press at 2.30 tomorrow. Advertisements sliould be In early In the morn- Ing. BUSINESS LOCALS Don't forget the 0. O. F. pire- Day on Bottom north of traffic bridge. A complete program ot SCREEN DOORS Width 2ft. 6in. 2ft. Sin. 2ft, lOin. 3ft. Height 6ft. Gin-. .6ft. 8in. 6ft. lOin. 7ft. to Each Screen "Wire widths; Catches, Hooks and Springs, Collapsable. Screen Windows Five fbr Refrigerators Too numerous Lo en- umerate Best policy is to in- spect. C'onliul.ly in- vited. Prices: to Hayr Hardware Co. ;