Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor I1.2S Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr. Rusk's A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION KOR YOUNG Write for samples and ibe convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, You can obtain this food from Taylor .Milling Elevator; Co., Alia. JTmylor Milling Co., Nelson, B C. Alkerta .Pacific Grain .Co., Cal- Alto. Campbell, Wilson Home, itthbricfte, Alta. Crown Feed -Produce Co., TT, 'Alta. the following dealers: Ellison Milling Elevator Co., Lethbridge. Alta. Medicine Hit Milling Co., Medi- cine. Hat, Alta. A. Macdonaia t Co., Lethbridge, Olilvie Milling Co., Medl- cine Alta. Hobin Hood Mills, Calgary, Holiday Casualties In reading the newspaper reports of the holiday events did you notice the large number of senous and fatal acci- dents recorded Supposing you had been one of those who lost their lives in the day's festivities, in what shape would your business be to-day' And what of jour family? Would their of loss be augmented by despair and apprehension? Or -would their minds he easy in the knowledge that jou had made provision for their maintenance? These are stinging which, if are a right minded man, you will answer to-day, while JQH haie the opportunity by appljmg for an Imperial "Home Protection policy of sufficient amount to meet, your particular needs. Don't for information now. To-morrow you may be uriinsurame. Adurcaa. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada Head Office, Toronto J. B. Wilka, District Haipr, UtiteUe The Imperial maintains for policyho'dcrs' protection policy than thoie ol any other Canadian life company. Good, Pure, Wholesome Food is required for hi j0y lieiillh to llu- lullesl exlent. HARVEST BKAXD AB- JAMS, JELLIKS AND CAXXKI) GOODS .u-c gnm-miccd in every .spcct. Fur (jmilih there me ni.iie heltci. Voi High Unule there is none cheaper in price. STRAWBERRY otb pails, price each........ ...'___85c RASPBERRY 5ltj pails, price each.............85c BLACK CURRANT 5tt> pails, price each..........S5c ASSORTED PEAR, PLUM, 31b pails, price each 75c. varieties, 16 oz. 85c RED CURRANT jib pails, price each CRAB APPLE' jlb'p.ulii, price each 75c. ASSORTED 16 oz. glass Price each 25c 3s, Sanitary Piice three tor 40c Strawberries glass, price each 25e. I'ncc per case 24 tins Southern Alberta Asparagus, fresh in everv, morning, Clark's Seedling Irom "Washington, lies.li dailj. Ripe Tomatoes, Hot Hoube Cucumbers, Lettuce. Green Onions, Radishis, etc., all .it lowest maikct pi ices. rnone 1 1 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 STARLAND TONIGHT '-Chicken Chaser" J KEYSTONE TONIGHT "WEATHER 61 40 65 38 65; 38 .02 Lethbridge, clear. Edmonton, cloudy Saskatoon, clear Regina, clear Port Arthur, clear Selson CJraad Forks "algary, clear clear Medicine Hat, fair Prince Albert, clear Moose Jaw, clear Brandon, clear A7innipeg, clear cloucy 66 46 fenticton 66 46 ..Fine weather has been general throughout the prairie provinces yes- It was warm Dunns the night" temperatures were in the thir- ties at many places. Forecast today and on Thurs- day .warm. Saskatchewan and allv fine and warm hut a few scatter- ed showers chiefly on Thursday. 25th Battery Notes Saddle horses have heen secured for' the members of the 25th Battery for 'the ride tonight. Members assemble at tie Armory, 602 10th St. South at 7 p.m. Another ride will be held .Friday night, instruction in standing gun drill tomorrow .night Twenty men from Taber have joined the corps and it is now expected that the Bsttery.will attend camp up to full strength. Recruiting" takes place even' evening at the Armory, an offic- er "being present, everv. night. Satisfies A The Longing "IT tor a Perfect Ti Cup of Coffee CITY AND DISTRICT Heavy Filings Filings on oil rights a. the local land office now total approximately acres. The office was not empty for one minute the district being the favorite, although the filing was fairly well scattered. Macdonald in Toils Again Charles L. Macdonald, for the past few .numths a resident of this city, was arrested yesterday afternoon on a charge of uttering and cashing worthless cheques. He pleaded guilty to one charge and was remanded for sentence until Friday. It is ex- pected l.hat several other charges will be laid against him, as the police .have determined that .he has issued I cheques to the extent a', about J150 since the beginning of the month. This is Macdonald's tbird offence and it is likely that it will go hard with him. He issued cheques signed by himself and made payable to when there was no cash, obtaining tlie money from various stores in the city. He made no attempt to get away, and was arrested in his room yesterday' by Detective Wigg. H 3 blames his downfall to liquor. CITY AND DISTRICT Death of Infant Tho death occurred of the Infant daughter of. Mr. and -Mrs. Chas. .Smith of Royal View. Burial took place yes- terday at the Anglican cemetery. Rumor Unfounded Telephone messages from Calgary this morning threvra little excitement in oil stock trading, when the rumor was spread that the Jlfcwbray-Berk- cley and United Oils wells had struck petroleum. The Herald was given the information direct that there was no actual foundation for the rumor, and that It failed lo find any confir- mation among the operators in Cal- gary- Coiorite Will Make OLD STKAW HATS GOOD AS NEW Straw Dye (not a' paint) is easily ap- plied with a brush and with ityqu jour last year's straw- mat look just 11KC U I1BVT VUC It cotaes.iir-al colors at the popular 25c Bottle The Red Cross Drug and Ltd. Trilrt HUNGARIAN DROPS DEAD P. Heree, a Hungarian miner at No. 6 shaft of the Gait Collieries, was victim of a sudden attack of heart failure in. a neighbor's house near the I mine, and dropped dead while wait- ling for some medicine for an car [ache., which the neighbor was obtain- ing for him. 1 Berea has a family in the.old coun- try', and a gro'tvn sod hftre. He mar- ried a second time in this country and had considerable trouble with his wife, from whom he has been sajar ated for seme months. He aji' pareiuly In sood health with ex- ceiHloa of some trouble with hij He arose in the morning and went to the neighbor's to ask for mttjl with which lo rfc'Iieve the paia, and while Btandliifi waiting for ho dropped dead. Coroner McN'Lcol In vestlgated the case but did not holi an inquest. Deceased lived In a -iliacI near mine, THE BULLETIN BOARD Noticed for .this Column ihould reach.this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The S A Citadel Band TMll gne their eighth band concert on Gait Gartens stand 'tonight. Special pro- gram; Meeting of Council of the Board of Trade at 12.30 tomorrow at luncheon at the Lethlmdge Hotel CITY AND DISTRICT Labor Meeting Tomorrow Tho regular meeting of the Leth- bridge Trades and Labor Council be held in'the Labor Temple tomor- row night at S o'clock With CUTiCURA SOAP And Cuticura Ointment. They do much for irri- tated, itching scalps, dandruff and dry, thin and falling hair, and do it speedily, agreeably and economically. Ctiltrnrnnwpnml Ctatn-.ciit an) polrl thrmisliout thr. world. A lltjrrnl xnmplo or each, wlui 32-pRto booklet on (Tin ran, an'1 tmtmc'iit or lltr> Ma finil ncalf. ffni poRt-rroo. Potter UruB Cbom. UMWn, II- 3. A MAGIC CORN CURE! A Safe and Efficient Remedy for the Removal of Corns Warts Bunions and Callouses As a rule, the, most.callous- ed corns yield'.quickly to the curative action of our Corn Remedy, for we have experi- .mented with" it for a good many years, and really, we could not make it better if we so desired. The next tinie .you call at our store, -aslftjw'- ahdut this Corn home a hottlo with you, follow the simple directions and In a few days you .will he rid of these troublesome and pain- ful callous formations, and you will be able'to walk'with a free and easy step, just as if 'you Had never had corns. It is handy to use. It Is strictly sanitary and antiseptic. J. D. Higinbothazn Co., Ltd. The ffisogsffi Store TELEPHONE NO. MJ Subway Contracts Signed A rcstf.ution passed In council this morning authorizes the mayor and city clerk to sign, seal and deliver the contracts with the C. P. R. and Smith Bros, and Wilson for the con- struction of the street subway. SmIUi Hros. and Wilson arc already on the job with their .men. and tho work is proceeding with alacrity. STARLAND TONIGHT "Chicken Chaser"