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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD WMfltN Ml -mWMfii DP. Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG (Wrtte for euwlM and conitoced. br. Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited teTHBRIDQE, ALilRTA. Ton on obtain ttili food Tgylor MIlllM ft Etevator Ce, e, Tsjlor MlUIni Glantor Co., NeltOB, B. C. Afeerta Fwnele Gnli Co., Ctl- furr, Altm. Campbell. WiiKm 4 Hone A1U. Crown 4 Produce CtllMT, Altm. Mtowtaf dealers: jeiHeoo Mllltar KeTitor-Ce, Alts. MedletM Mimic Co., Midi- citw JUt, A. MaedauM t Co., OitlTie lilUUf Ltd., clH Mat, AtU. RoblO HH4 MUlB, CllfUT, Tires Set While You Wait Witfi This Machine WAV TO-SET v s. ONCl TRIED NQ OTHER WAY WILL DO -NO OVER-WSHlNO OF WHEELS. NO NEW HOLE BORED IN RIMS NO BURNING OF RIMS at m call and kinds of work done thit rtina on wheels. The Economical Carriage Shop REAR.DALLAS HOTEL. BAILIFFS SALE In the matter of seizure unJcr Lien_Agree- ment, Haug Bros, and Kellermoe Co., Ltd., versus Walter E. Dobbin, I will sell By Public Auction At Two o'clock in the afternoon on Wednesday (h: 27th day of May, 1914 the Town of Ifoble, Alberta, the following QW irery Separator One Straw Stacker and Tnteks Plain'Ta'nk Mounted Tank One Self Steering Traction En- .gine Wagon Loadaf IKhfeet Belt Weigher v ATery SelfFeeder Bagger Attached Au, St'k'r Avery. Steam Pltyw Attachment Canvas Cover Water. Tank and Coal Bunker. TERMS CASH T. J. SIMONS, BHIIIff. Dated at Lettbrldge, Alberta, this isti day of May, 1914. Notice To Gas Consumers Owing to a change being In tht construction of our Main LlM on 13th Otrett cauwd ky the building of th. new liihway, it will be necessary, far us ts shut sfT gas betwetn the hours of 1 P.M. AND 4 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th In order to break line, and mlks tha with the new. CMlMAiers will, th pails, price each........ BLACK CURRANT 5lt) pails, price each............85c ASSORTED PEAR, PLUM, 5It> pails, price each 75c. varieties, 16 ot. i. glass, price each............... 25c. 85c Sac r RED CURRANT Sib pails, price each ............85e CRAB APPLE Gib pails, price 75c. ASSORTED oz. glass 1'rice each 25c TOMATOES-73S, Sanitary Tins- Price three Price per case 24 tins Southern Alberta Asparagus, fresh in every morning, Clark's Seedling Strawberries from Washington, fresh daily; Ripe Tomatoes, .Hot House Cucumbers, Lettuce, Green Onions, Radishes, etc., all at lowest market prices. pffi- THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES raster- YOU need it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy IT WILL PAY 'YOU' EUiiM Nil! ltt, WEATHER 82 52 3.8 68 38 65 42 72 44 85 53 SO 48 06 80 49 12 84 54 14 80 48 06 72 38 74 43 89 49 80 49 Penticton'.......... 01 The weather throughout the prairie provinces lias been mostly hue and in Manitoba and has been verv warm During Monday rain, fell in parts of southern Mani- toba. Forecast AH fair todai and Ttlth a-little lower temperature. -____ CirF AND DISTRICT OddfellowsTonijht Viaduct Lodsp So 53 will meet to- night for the election of officers and third degree Refreshments Mil be served. Cadets to Calgary'July 2 Word has -been received tnat the Lethbridge Cadet Battalion will go in- to aniiua- trainsns at Calgary on July 2nd. v Now Dr. Sorenson The name of W. Sorenson of Card- ston appears among the list of 1914 graduates of the medical department of the Western University of. London, Ont. Customs Officials T. S. Price, customs officer at Coutts, ana M J Maher of the immi- gration office at the border, were visit- ors in the city. Saturday. On Visit to Capital v S T proprietor of the Alexandra Hotel, cigar stand, has gone to Edmonton for a. short visit. Isaac Dundas is in charge of the business absence. South Needs Rain L. B. Duncan and P. J.. Morrison are visitors in the cltv todn Mr .Morrison, who is an extensive farm- er, stated that the crops were making good headway, but that they needed rain. They are not suffering yet how- ever. Does Not Claim Responsibility In conversing with the Herald to- day, !Ir, of township 1 range 13, stated that he no way re- sponsible for the report in the Herald of Thursday that drilling machinery was on the ground at Coutts. 'He simply repeated to the Herald what a man named Ross, living in the same township, had told, him, and what he believed to be true.' BUSINESS LOCALS Dance tomorrow night in Burgh- man's hall ISth-Street North. Imper- ial Orchestra will furnish the music Gent's f.1.00. Ladies free. 133'2 THE HOME OF DANDEROFF The Only Cure for Oand. ruff, it M. K. KAAKE'S .6th Street earbtr Shop, oppotlte Sink of Montreal Good' Met lithi Always Try Our'AlHks Dry. Shampoo BATHS 350 Me Lime Juice Grape Juice The season, -here a good drink ill swant "Lliue Juice Juice fill this need nicety and easilj mixed httleyof the tjufcfe some sugar .and Jtjjup on tee and fiH up with witer and you" havefffe fin- est thirxt ing drink that is known." 'i _ The Red Gross Drag and Book.Co., Ltd. Fh.n. IU TklH Avfc MAGIC CORN CURE! A Safe and Efficient Remedy for the Removal of Cornt Warts Bunions and Callousci As a rule.-'the iqost callous- ed corns yield quickly to the curative action of our Corn Remedy, for we ha.Ye" experi- mented with "it for a good( many years, and really, we could not make it: better if we so desired. The next time you; tall-" at our store, ask us about this Corn Remedy. TaJce home a bottle with you, follov the simple directions and in a' few days you-will be rid of these trouhleBoyae and pain- ful callous and you will be ableTto walk with a free and easy step, ju-st as if you corns. is handy ita use. It-will not dry out. It is strictly antiseptic. J. D. Higinbotham The Store TELEPHONE NO. CITY AND DISTRICT Milk River Viiitor Win. Madden, ot Milk Rher, is la -QU business. "Get Acquainted" With Foremost Plans are beins considered by business men in the city for a "get acQuamted" trip to Foremost a week from Tuesday The'bi mon'thlj train niakes another trip on that date, and it la the intention of those behind the scheme to make the affair similar to the trip to Grassy Lake last summer. 23th Battery Notes The militia authorities have given permission for the holding of a riding school 'here LitL connection with, the orusb up course that is being held hers for tie benefit of the Batterj. Tomorrow" night Sefgt Instructor Hopkins, who !s the rough rider for "A. Battery. R C M.A, Kingston, will give members of the Battery some pointers in regard to Horses will-Tie'provided and the ride will commence at 7.15 p m It Is expected that riding drifl will be field again on Friday nlsht of this week and two evenings next -week Standing gun drill will be the sub- ject of instruction tonight and on Thursdaj night Recruiting is progressing rapidls, but the Battery is still in need of some good "gunners and drivers, and a gocJ cook C. K: LINER MONTFORD ON THE.ROCKS The Montford.-from Londpn, to Antwerp, earning 175 puswgcrs, which ran ashore and stuck on the Beauport Flats about two and a half miles twlow Quebec. rThere waa'no danger to passengers and floated !hB next djy. The damage, was very slight. LOCAL TENNIS PLAYERS AT MEDICINE HAT Hat, Mayj.26.-The most notable game ever played on local courts took, place ,yesterday when Dr Mason and C. .IT.'. Goodwin, of Sidney andjfeil McLaughlin, ot Medicine Hat, in the first game of tennis ddubleiiby the- score ot 19 to" 17. a tronder- ful'struggle, many-games bang of the deiice RESULTS Dr Mason beat S. McLaughlin (Medicine 6-3 7-5. C M Goodwill beat N. McLaughlin, 6-3, 9-7 J. D. Everard (Medicine beat M. S McArthur 7-5 '6-8 6-3. J Graham (Medicine beat J. D Higinbotham 4-6 6-1, 0-3. J. G Robertson beat P' 'Schuttlc 6-1, d-6 8-8. Are You Buying a Cycle? t SEE US BEFORE YOU DO All the heat makes in stock, as Brantfcrds, Cyriill Phillips, and Standard Cycles. Specifications, the Best of Everything. Beat allowances on old tya- chlnes. Cash or easy payments. Genuine B. 8.-A: circles to order; 2 arid 3-speed Geari. full line of accessories. Repairs, Plating and Euamel- -llrig. Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110 MX M. Tomorrow the commissioners vail decide on the license for stock brokers doing business in the city of Lethbridje. The amendment to the bylaw laid on the table this morning Tor discussion but the final decision will come commissioners meet for their Tuesday morning "session All real estate agents and others in- terested in flie .amendments are in- vited to he present. s Following are the Bilaw Number 215 of the City of Lothbridge is hereby amended as loUass By inserting in the Schedule m Paragraph 3 after the words, street vendors of. nuts, camli'fc ice cream or words "stock broker annum." By adding after paragraph 11 the following paragraphs Every person tmg in an) way as an intermediary hetnecn ven dor and purchaser or selling or offer- ing for sale within the Cil> of I eth bridge either on commission ol lor any other, reward direct or indirect any.stocVs or shares in anj companj Incorporated under the Yaws of inc Dominion of Canada or of any of the provinces, of the said Dominion in- cluding' the 1'rovince of Alberta, or any. foreign corporation the property of any person other than himself; shall be detmed to be- a stock broker. such broker shall be required to keep .his license promi- nently displayed in Ihe office in which he transacts his business. Any stock broker outside o( the offipe in which'his-license is displayed' dt who. has no office, must on .demand of any police officer produce his li- cense' forthwith and in default of his so doing he fball for each offence be liable to'a fine of not more than excloslTe of, payment of-which shall be recovered and enforced as proTided in" the Wthbridge Charter. (IU) A'license issued under the Bylaw shall Mtend only to em- of'ihc licensee ly employed'at a flied monthly sal- ary paid the shall sot include any person the employ of more than one licensee at the same tinie. (llej "Stock broker" shall mean any person bujing, selling or dealing m btncls or shares, in any company incorporated under tho laws of the Dominion 'of Canada or of any of tire Provinces of the said Dominion in- cluding' the Province ot Alberta, or any foreign corporation (lit) The Council shall hue the light to withold a license Irom any person whom do not consider a fit person to he a stock broker or cancel the license of any person for a reasonable cause- Auction Sale At No. 1270 6th Avenue Friday Aftenwon Next r Frank Waddington Dj Mn. Tripp, will 'puMIc auction and-with- out reserve, a quantity of liip- erlor Household Funritore, Including: Walnut Sideboard, Mabogany ;top Ex. IHhlnf'table Walnut Occailonal .Table. Wah nut Occasional Cbalra, Baiy Chairs, Couch, upholster- ed In velvet, Raymond Sewing machine, Walnut ahd Cheat Drawers, Walnut Superior and Hugs, with water front; pic- tures etc. TERmS CA3H Bowls! Bowls! Place your orders at once SECOHP QUALITY FIRST1 QUALITY.......... EXTRA QUALITY r EXTPA SPECIAL............. S6.50 All Special Heavy Weight, Extra for Express arid Engraving _ Hayr Hardware Co. ;