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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE, BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor I1.Z5 i Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LBTH0KIMI The Dallwi Htttal It the But ind.MMt Cwwtfr Dr. Rusk's A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKt Miltc for samples and be convinced. Hade by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHERIDGE, ALBERTA. You can obtain this food from the following dealers: Taylor Milling Elevator. Co., LeUibridEO. AJta. Taylor Hilling EtavaMr Co., Nelson, B. C. Alberta -Pacific Grain Co., Cal- ISI7, Campbell, Wilson" A Home, Crown- Produce. Co., Calfuy, Alti. Ellison Milling Elevator Co.. LeUibrldje, Alta. Medicine.Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, A. JIacdonaW t-Co., Letbbridge, Alta. Ogilvie Milling Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hit, AHa, Robiu Hood Calgary, One Tin Ayimer Condensed Milk Free loi Hie bnliincv of Ihis. Tin- oli'cr in order to get tiicir goods Wilh cyory three tins purchased from us, fdclurra luncj uutliuiucd to make this I'isd uiorc exleiihivulj. The, quulily is thp finest. Put up in three BABY SIZE Price tins for 25c. FAMILY SIZE, Price 2 tins for 2ic HOTEL SIZE, Price 1 tin for 25c. (Speciiil Price in Case TRY SOME TODAY. FRESH GOODS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES Clark's Seedling Straw beincs. Fresh Home Grown Asparagus; Florida Tomatoes and r.ripo Fmi' A shipment oi Oianqes we expect will be the last ones this season. New string Beans, green Peas in the Pod, Green Onions, Lcttiit'c, fresh made Creamery Butter; "New Laid Eggs, etc. WE' BUY IN LARGE .QUANTITIES AND IMPORT MOST OF THE FRFS'l FRUITS AND VFO.FTABLES DIREC1 FROM THK fiROWFRS Phoney 71 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 Clearing out of SPRING MILLINERY at HALE PRICE Lethbridge Millinery Co. 514 4th Avenue South PHONE 457 WEATHER 80 ?4 S4 st 69. 68 .76 -S3 72 87' SO SO SO 4S 53 .19 30 1.30 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, clear Saskatoon, fair Regina, fair V Portage, clear Kamloops, fair- Penticton Red Deer, clear Calgary, fair Macleod, clear Medicine Hat, fair Prince clear Moose Jaw, cloudy Brandon, fair Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, clear. Nelson Grand Forks The weather throughout Manitoba and Saskatchewan, has been most'iy j fine and quite warm. the night it has been, verj- cool .in most of Alberta. Rain Has fallen in eastern and northern Saskatchewan and. nor- them Alberta. Forecast. Manitoba Showers and thunder- storms. and becoming. fair and cool. CITY AND DISTRICT Delayed' at Calgary A. W. Cooley received word last night from ilr. Reynolds, the Calgary expert. that'he ifouid .be unable to reach the city before .tonight, .to go over the local fields. Cdiorite Will Make >OLD STKAW HATS GOOD AS XEW COLORITE, a Straw Dye (not a paint) is easily ap- plied with a brush and wlili it you can. your last year's straw-hat. look just like a new one. ,It-comes injiall'the'.popular colors at 25c Per JJottle TMed Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd, 0 Avt THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock neon on the day of publication .Second meeting of Young People' Christian; Union in Wesley Hall at o'clock tonight. Ba'sUetbali game between "the Jun ior girls of-Wesley and St Mary's b the high school-grounds on -Gth-'Ave between- 1.2th and 13th street, com mencinij at 7 15 Qwing to the wind and .chilliness o the atmosphere, there win "tie no bain concert this evening. BandrriaBfe CHne calls a rehearsal in the bain room instead, aiid if the weather per mils tonight's postponed concert wii be'held on Sunday evening CITY AND DISTfSICl Our own all Records Fresh Chocolates All flavors FRIDAY SATURDAY, 30c Ib. OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY 237 5th St. S. I Boundary Oils Directors- Named; The Boundary z meet- ing this afternoon just before the Herald went to press. The directors announced were Fritz Sick, C. B.'j Bowman, W. -21. Harris, E. C. Gil-j bault and George Stacey.. The com.-; pany's shares will be on the market j tomorrow at the office of A. J. Black-, burne and Co. W. D. AVIng is secre- tary and C. R. Young treasurer of the I concern which will drill for oil and gas in Tp. 1 Range Strong for Harry Mayor Hardie is trying1 his level best to make arrangements for a visit from Harry -Lander- on his .return to England through Canada from Aus- tralia. The mayor wired the famous Scotch comedian at New York asking why he had passed Lethbridge up'on his trin to Australia, ilr. Lauder wired back what tlie seating capacity i of the lareest theatre in town might be, and when he was .informed that' it was only 000, 'wired that it was too small to warrant a trip to this city. Mayor Hardie is now busy endeavor- ing to locate a place that will accom- modate a real bumper house, and has hit- upon Eckstorni's' auditorium, but is dubious as to whether enough.seats can be obtained. When final arrange- ments are made it is likely that Harry will decide to-come to-Lethbridge. ELEVEN INJURED IN STREET CAR COLLISION radial line neai Toronto, May people jlided. were injured when two cars on the ,r Humber Bridge col- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, LODGE Wilts, Tide Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies yt other valuables in one of these boxes nmTiiu ntrouiAnoN ATFI-T TO Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr, Police Court Forest Rice appeared, on a charge of theft this morning. He said he was broke, but that he had paid ?5 for a watch, alleged to have been stolen from Wyman'a second hand store. The statements did not jibe and the magistrate did not believu his hard hick story, lie was convicted the theft of the and sent to the Macleod barracks for a tsi'in of ninety dayR. Benjamin M. Fair, 'who trir.d to-'pav.'i! along j with Rice for receiving stolen pro- 1 pcrtj', but it, was cjnite evident that Fair did not know' the property was stolen, because, he asked Constable Standing, who was on duty oil Fifth street yesterday, :vylicre be could lind a pawn shop, showlnj? him the watch ho intended to soak. The charge against him ivaa reduced to one of vagrancy, and'he was sent to the Lethbridge barracks for fifteen days. Jerry Carroll re tin-nod tills morning from ah extended tour on the sprink- ler, and was fined and costs for being drunk. Angus McDonald, oilier old timer, wan let off with a fine of H and coals, and t.wo disorder- lies wero given :i chance to continue j thoir journey on the Uusly but ro-i manliu turnpike j Look Who's Here Among the usitors in the to daj aie Hon A J McLean, cial. W. F. Stevens, Live Stock Commissioner, arid ,E. A. Gun ningham, ma'nager of. the MacLaren Lumber (Company, and-president of the Alberta .Petroleum Oil Company. Strychnine Paris Green Formaldehyde Carbolic Acid Blue Stone r.r Special Prices in Quantity J. Dr Higihbiothain Co., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. JM An Error Corrected Through an error the Cardston Oil and Gas Cd.'s ad yesterday stated [that they had offered shares {This should have read that the com- pany are incorporating- and expect to offer sares at 25 cents a share, par value ?1. The Cardston Invest- iment Co. assumes all responsibility I for the error in putting ill yesterday1! item. CITY DISTRICT Bank Clearings Bank clearings for the 'week ending today were as, compared with for the corresponding-week a yc-ar ago. Is This True? A complaint reached the city coun- cil this morning that a man applying Cor work in one of the employment agencies had been told that the par- tiuuhir company for wtibnV.he desired to work had left orders that only for-' Steamship Arrivals C. P. R. Agent S, B. Mitchell has received a wire'from the C. N. R. Steamship company that' the Royal Edward, which touched an Iceberg on May 23rd, was only slightly damaged and should, reach Bristol today. .The accident will not interfere with her savings. The Hoyal George arrived in Que- bec this morning, should reach Mont- real tonight, and Lethbridge passen- gers are due here on Tuesday morn- ing. Presentation at Post Office A very pleasing presentation was made at the local post office last night to Alex Hendrie, a member of the staff for seven years, who is leaving at the end of tlie month to take up an appointment in the railway mail service. The staff was called'togeth- er in tlie dispatch room. .Mr. Hendrin was notified that a small irregularity in-the office was to be settled before he left, and that his presence was re- quired. When Postmaster Higiiiboth- am appeared on .the scene with a mail sack, Mr. Hendrie began to con- jure his braiu for a trace of indis- cretion his part. The sack was opened; and as Mr. Iliglnbotham read a very complimentary and pleasing presentation speech, signed by every member of the staff, Mr. Htiggett, pre- sented the departing ono with a hand- some club bag. Mr. .Hendrie's ap- pointment on the railway service will bo'ii credit to the Lcfhbrldec ollloe, for hu hits been a diligent ami faith- ful servant, of the department for many and his promotion wiii Grocer will Suppl Our Own Make ICE CREAM 1 (Delivered) Pint, 25c. Quart, 45c Try it at our Parlors while listen- ing to the Orchestra, from 8 to 11 For Friday Saturday Strawberries, 2 boxes 35c Cherries, per Ib......40c INTERNATIONAtJCAFE DROPPED DEAD Minneapolis from Lurribdrman Expired Mcart Failure Warren AI: Perkins, office and yard nan for "the Central Lumber Com1 any of tliisi city, dropped dead while ressiug hi his room on Sunday morn- g, from''an attack.of'heart failure. Deceased was aged was single id came to Lethbridgo about a year go from Minneapolis. He is a native Wisconsin, and was born in Colum- ns, where most of his now re. Coroner Humphries and Dr. Lover- ing investigated the case, but found that an inquest was not necessary. The remains were shipped to Minnea- polis for burial, and were .accompan- ied east by Neil MacMilkta. NO LENIENCY FOR KRAF Winnipeg, May no len- iency should bo shown to John Krat-' chenko, awaiting execution on for the murder of IT. at Plum-Coulee, on December, 3, is tbo recommendation sent to tbo depart- ment of justice at Ottawa by Justice T. G. Mathers, who'; presided over Krafchenko's trial and imposed tlio fjciitencc of death. prove a si signers would be taken. others, plied to the council for redress, and the matter is being referred to tlie Doard of Trade. llnuilant to the ambition of work 01; this Rev. W. H. Irwin at Weflley The preacher at both services Wesley church will be'Rev. Win. H. Irwin, who is recognised as one the ablest men of the west. Mr, Jr- win ifi conspicuous for liis modern wfi, partiuularlv on liriofl of applied Christianity. lie haw Jiad much to do labor nttofltfone und he la thor; oiiRlily Informed preiient day Befl of social thought. .'Mr. .Irwin was heard with great satisfnrtlon ,ln about a year ago, and'Will bo heartily welcomed Sunday ucxt. VATERLAND'S HARD LUCK New York, May great Gtcsnishlp which took near- ly four hours to dock when she ciune this yort on her maiden voyage recently, coal barges as she steamed out of her berth today. Backing out under hnr own steam, hor momentum carried her ncroaa the Hudson ami siio-'ullppcrt In between1 two piors, .where the coal bjirgcs carrying fiOO tons of coal each, were i up. Doth'barges wont down al-j most at once, but no llvcu wore lost. THIS IS IT! THE FIKST ISSUE OF "THE on; eo., -LIMITED" TO BE PLACED (fcV-.TIIG MARKET TOMORROW. IT WILL OE ON SALE AT THE 'OFFICE A. J. BLACKBURNE CO. ;