Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRSt BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel -Windsor I a Oly Haul In AlbwU LETHBRIDGE DAILY WHIN IN The DallM MM iMt M Dr. Rusk's A PERFECTLY "BALANCED RATION "FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for and be .Hade by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Tou can obtain food from the following dealers: Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Ellison Milling Elevator Co., Lelbbridge, Letbbridje, Alta. Taylor Milling Elevator Co.. Medicine Hat Milling .Co., Jladl- Nolson, B. C. dne Hatj Alberta PsMUo (Jriln Co., Cat- Mab'donald i Co., Lethbridie, Alt% A1U. Horae' cine Alta. Crown Feed Produce Co., Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, CHICAGO FIREMEN TRAPPED BY FALLING WALL. AND A Chicago, 111., "May More than ten firemen ivere trapped late todaj beneath "a: falling :wall, while they were fighting a fire in West Madison street.: Several' ire 'believed to have been killeld. 'Most of the members of engine companj 10 ent said, the Fire Chief. "I don't kutnv wheth- er they are dead or.alive.' MOURNERS WENT ARMED Gravenhurst, May at the funeral of the A-ietims of Wfiliani Iluttan.'the ouUa'tv still at large in the went armef through fear of hirs Clark's Seedling Strawberries The llnest-flavored, besl colored and Ix'sl ivil round berry grown in Amei-ieii are now com- ing in daily from Washington and Oregon. We will have claily express shipmenls direct from the gardens from now on throughoutHie season so that yoii caii depend on getting absolutely fresh berries at the lowest possible price. Some Week End Specials FRESH STRAWBERRIES, Clark's Seed? ling; today's price per hasket .....20c' Lowest market price daily. i-IOME GROWN ASPARAGUS, very crisp and lender. Price 2 for i......35c. FINEST EATING Price 3 Its for................. .25c GOOD COOKING Price 5 for..................25c NEW LAID EGGS, price 2 dozen for 45c FRESH CHURNED. CREAMERY -.BUT- TER, finest 2 ths for. .65c CANADIAN cream, finest quality, price per pound .20c ASP.ARAGUS TIPS, Skeily's, Special per liri..................2oc pints, special per hottle ,25c B'r.UCE'S KIPPERED Special per tin .15c Fresh Ripe Tomatoes', Hot House Cucumbers, Grceri Onions, New Cabbage etc. for Saturday. We expect our last shipment of Naval for this season. If you want any more Naval Granges you had better buy a case while they are to be had. Our price will be reasonable. Office: THE GOOD DL Phonemi GROCERIES Store: DL -._ 525 WEATHER Lclhbriclge, cloudy 6S Edmonton, clear 68 3S 44 65 37 Two Baseball Games 2 IS Victoria Day 6.30 Lethbrjdge Bow Island 2.15 in the afternoon Lethbridge VS Cardsten 6.30 in the evening. THE AFTERNOON GAME IS A. DISTRICT LEAGUE fMXTURE- EVENING AN EXHIBITION-MATCH GATE; 25c GRAND STAND Saskatoon, clear Portage, clear................ 59 30 Kamloops, clear 83 -16 Penticton '1 Regina 59 41 Calgary, clear 66 38; Jlccleoil, clear 06 42 Jle-licine Hat, clear 72 52 Prince Albert, clear 66 50 Moose Jaw, clear.......... 68 40 Brandon, fair................. 60 3L Winnipeg, clear 5S 32 Port Arthur, clear........'. 52 32 .02 Nelson......................... 72 19 Grand Forks................... '2 41 The thiongliout the prairie provinces has been -mostly iine and during the night has been quite cool at most points. FORECAST Jlanitpba' and 'Sas- .on Sun- ,day and becoming warmer. Alherta Ffne and warm today, local showers on Siiiiday.: CITY AND DISTRICT time Juice S. O. E. Notice The Sons of England annual thurcli parade will take place on Sunday, May 24, to the Knox church. Meet at I lodge room at 6.45 p.m. sharp. All members are requested to he in tendance and thus help to.have a turn- out 'worthy of the society. Visiting brothers C. 0. F. BASKET PICNIC At the Riverbottom north of the Traffic Bridge MONDAY Good program of sports. Good Prizes Automobiles leave the K. of P. liall from o'clock. Notice To Gas Consumers Owiny to a change being made in the construction of our Main Line on 13th Street caused by the uullding cf ns-.v- will necestary for us to shut off the gas betwein the hours of AND 4PM. MAY 27th in order tp.break the old line, and make'the connections with the h'iw. Coniumert will please that the stop cock at the meter together with other valves controlling their gas are closed, and lift ctoted until the has been turned on again in order to avoid pou i trie accidents which might result from valves being left open when the It turned on. Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co., Limited Trinity Church Services Sunday, 11 a.m.. Children's church; 3.15 p.m., Sabbath school; 7.30 p.m., evening service, subject "The "Un- known God." A hearty invitation is extended to an. Tuesday, meeting of the Board of Managers in the vestry at S p.m.; important hiisiness. Wed- nesday, .Junior C. E. society at 7 p.m. Friday, choir practice at S p.m. Grape Juice The season is now here when you will want a good drink. Lime Juice and. Grape Juice fill this "need. to. a nicety and very easily mixed. "ArHftlevfcf the juice" fh" aVfllass, i some sugar and .'i L.. apiaM; and fill uji water and 1 'you have the fin- est thirst quench- ing dri'nk that is PINCHER CREEK OLD-TIMER DEAD Pincher Creek, Alta., May 23. Darcy Bolton Lynch Staunton, one of Pincher Creek's oldest timers, djed suddenly at the hospital v terday. The funeral will take place on Monday at 10 A.m. Letter No. 5 "THE HICCUPS UF DINGMAN'S HOLE" he a good title for a "best seller" and it's theme might bo the grumbling reluctance with, which vast wealth uncovers it- self Tor the supposed benefit oC a Province whose possessions are jire-natally usurped by a "Domineering" government. In this OIL RUSH (you seldom hear tliese the Dominion Lands Office kitty gets the pre- liminary rake-off, then you are allowed to gamble over the re- mainder of your Provincial birthright. Who said While the game proceeds let us take your orders for beauti- fully lithographed stock cer- tificates, company press seals, prospectus share list' registers ready printed and bound, receipt hooks and other office supplies including Furni- ture, IXHISC Leaf Printing and .Ruling can be made to your order within a few hours. Our work is always foremost and carries BO much respectability Mat no "wild-catting" could ever be traced to you. Juat fawncy! PRINTERS STATIONERS, R. Sage, Proprietor. 1903 Same Stand 1914 The TELEPHONE NO. Sons of England NOTICE Annual Church Parade Sunday, May 24 Meet Lodge Room at 6.4E p.m. All requeued to attend--..... Cadets Attend Church The Cadets of Lotkbridge will lat teud.St. Cyprian's Church at the morn ing service tomorrow, when Canon McMilen wiH preach. The celebra tipn. of Holy Communion will be heir tit S.30 a.m., instead of 11 o'clock, as usual. St. Cyprian's' Church Eighth avenue and Eleventh White or Red line 'clirV'each being within a couple ol blocks of the church building. O-UL Oil stain and (Be carc- Rexall i' Harmony Soap (VIOLET AND-ROSE) will remove the -stain and won't "sting." _. .Saturday Special 15e Two for a Quarter J. D, Higinbotham Co., Lid. CITY AND DISTRICT CONFIRMS CHANGES IN GREAT FALLS TRAIN Official confirmation of a change in the preat Falls-Calgary service ivas given to the Herald this morning by 'Superintendent Cameron of this .di- ion, who is in the city for the first time trip, to Montreal. air. Cameron, states that the Great Palls trah will-leave for .the south al about, S.10-iii the morning, instead ol returning at to connect di- Calgary .over, the Macleod subdivision. Train ?io. 512 depart half an hour easier than-at present. The chahges'go into effect on Sunday, May .31, r WINNIPEG. TRAIN AT. FERNIE Fernie, May The Winnipeg Businessmen's associa- :ion special train arrived here this ev- ening. The guests were entertaned jy the Fernie clubt shown the mines and places of interest in the city, and tendered a smoker in the club rooms. .The train leaves at 4 a.m. for Gran- jfirook. NOW WHAT? Edmonter., Alta., May Chief of Police Lancey, Who was appointed following the sensation attending the resign- ation of Chief Carpenter' and Deputy-Chief W. R. Da vis, has -t> resigned, at the reijuest of Commissioner Booth. BUSINESS LOCALS Don't forget the C. 0. F. Picnic, Em- plro Day on River Bottom north of traffic bridge. ,A complete program of sports. i FOR THE HOLIDAY A box of Melha Choc- olates, whether for the picnic basket, or the theatre, adds to tbo pleasures of the day. You can always depend upon their freshness and quality. Ask for Melba Choc-, olates. .pingte A, Winnipeg Can, The Popularity That "OUR BEST" FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high standaid of quality maintained and the inodciatc price at which it is sold See your grocer about it NOW" ELIISON HIUING MOB COMPfllV NO HERALD; MONDAY having been declar- ed a statutory holiday, the Herald will riot be-published. MURDERER CONFESSES Florence, Italy, May tine art student, Pietro Rossi, rested today on suspicion of being tbe man who shot and rgbbed MrsV-Mary; KlaveHe of Chicago, .on Thursday night, she was on. a train tween Florence-ami Assjsl. Rossi er confessed the crline. Ice Cream Carlyle Brand The most perfect Ice Cream, made from full cream and absolutely the purest ingredients Phone us your order for VICTORIA DAY Crystal Dairy Limited 531 13th Streets. Phone 1576 SCREEN DOORS Width 6in. 2ft. Sin. 2ft. lOin. 3ft. freight 6ft. Gin. Oft. Sin. (jft.-lOin. 7ft. to Each Screen Wire Glotli, all widths; Catches, Hooks and Springs; Collapsable Scrceiv Windows Five for Too-numerous to en- umerate, Best policy is lo in- spect., Cordially Hi- vitcd. Trices': to Hayr Hardware Co.