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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fHCE Bllt ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Day Heltl In Alb.rU LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD WHIN IN LITHMlMli The DallM Hotel li tlit and Moit Dr. Rusk's Chick Food A KRFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKi Write for and Bs convinced. Slade Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CSE obtain this rood from toe-following deatort: Ellison Mining t Senator Lethbridjo, Alts. Medicine Milling Co., Medl cine-Hat, Aita. Taylor Milling Etoator Co, Lotllbridge, Aita. Taylor Milling. Elevator Co., Netaoa. B C. Alberta Barms Grain Co, sary, Alta. Campbell, 'Wilson Home, Lethbridge, AHa. Crown Feed Produce Co., Calgary, Alta. i. liacdoMld t Co., LMhbHdie, Alts. OgilTie Milling Co.. Lti, cine Hat, Alta.' Robin Hood Mis, Caljary, Pick up the Load Again The start of ever) brings to the busy house- wife all the old problems and some new ones. We can brnish all your food worries except cooking Ind serring PHONE 1657 LET US HELP YOU PHONE 1657 (Donaldson's Old Stand, Duff Addition) B. C. Sugar, 20 pound New Potatoes, 7 pounds'for Canadian Cheese, per pound....................20c Dairy Butler, per pound 25c; 4 pounds for.........QQp New Laid Eggs, per dozen ......................3Qc Blue Ribbon Tea, 3 pounds for English Brealvfasl Bacon, per pound.............35C Swift's Lard, 3 pound pail, 50c; 5-pound pail......Jgg Corn 3 packets for -v Shredded Vpackets'for Puffed Wheat Rue 2 for Robin Hood Rolled Oats Per package 25c 25c 25c 15c CANNED GOODS Mn 3 for 4UC Corn, Peas and Beans 2 for AC 2 for 4OC 2 for 2 for 25c 45c 35c CENTRAL CASH GROCERY 'Corner 8th Street and 9th Ave.'S., Lethbridge. It.will cost' you only a ?12.00 aireek to spend your, vacatjcn at Hotel Outlet Proelor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Retort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours We have 'a selected list of Houses to rent, see it before .deciding Houses for Sale on Easy Terms. DOWSLLY MdLMfRN LANDC Rylands Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALt BORCH6RT ADJUST. ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS TO COOL BEATON'S 210 A 5th STREET SOUTH STILL SOME BLUEBERRIES ARRIVING but liov much longer cannot fell large bliijnn market at kenora uuothcr sood blied shipment !b to SOME WEEK END SPECIALS WE ARE OFFERING Bjskct Per pound 20c RED Basket.........15o Basket.......15c RED Babket 1Bo RED Trato Crate J1.75 Basket Basket..............'50c BARTLETT pounds for 25c PEACH Basket...............50c CALIFORNIA Basket .quality, each 16c i.-nt tamo In J esterday iinil if they arc still pu tlio arrive lomoriow, Saturday luoruins. ARE: Pound .1.............5e RIPE Home HoiiBe, per pound.. 20c CORN ON dozen C'5, S and i for ......25C PICKLING Pound .......ZOc NEW Aslraclians, OraTellBteins, 3 Ibs. for....25o COLD MEATS- Ox Tongue, Sliced, Per Pound ...........65C Beef, Sliced, Per Pound ........400 Ham Per.Pound...........30c Boiled Sliced, Office: THE GOOD CO. gore: Phone 1271 icc rnone 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Max 93 Win. 55 40 52 62 J 55 47 clear Edmonton, fair.. Oalgan, clear Medicine Hat, clear Macleod, clear Red Deer, clear... Coronation, fair..... 9-1 54 44 Saskatoon, fair....... 8ty 62 clear 86 54 "4 Moose Jaw, clear.. 9S 34 Regina, clear 92 oS Brandon, cloudy 91 61 TVmnipeg, cloud> 54 Port Arthur, clear 82 54. The weather conditions throughout the prairie provinces have been most fair and warm A few ers have occurred, chiefly in Alberta. Forecait All and warm toaay and on Sunday. CITY AND DISTRICT Gomq to Nalaon R. D. of the .Tay- lor Milling Co.'s elevator' at. ...Taber, I shortly remove to Nelson It is expected tbat the1 firm's elevator at Taber will' be closed down for a period: More Virtue Bros, are unloading another car of Ford autos today. They have sold thirty-eight this season to date Announcement is made in today's is; sue re "a profit-sharlag plan.with pur- chasers by the factory. Apart from the direct this pol- icy will be of general interest tp the public. A Cool Church It may bp interesting to our citizens i linffw that Wesley church has 31 considerable expense installed in their building an up-to-date ventilating sys- tem, which by means of a large fan in the -basement forces cool air into the building, and this pressure of air rorceSi.QUi.---ths.-fo.ul and warm air. thus creating a circuit.of fresh air in the building" at all times, making the church ycooi "and in the warmest of weatlier.- We invite you to come and enjoy bur services. May Live in Macleod Macleod Georg? Casey, the well-known capitalist of Butte, Mont., is in town, visiting his rela- tives here. Mr. Casey, has rented .Mr, Doberer's residence for a .couple of months, and has an option to purchase it. It is quite probable that Mr. Casey will become a .Macleod, but he hss not yet definitely made lip his mind. He has important business in- terests in Seattle and may finally lo- cate there. Land peal at Barons' John if. Downs of Spokane, Wash., the largest Alberta land dealer in eastern Washington, was in the city last evening, en route from Barons to Spokane. While in and the Grant-Moir Co. Washington investors. This makes {about five thousand acres of Southern 1 Alberta lands that have been sold through the Spokane offices ,6f Mr. I Downs, and through the Barons anil j Lethbridge offices of Grant, Molr Co., during the past few Mr, [Downs has always been a good jer for Southern Alberta arid ,Hs farm lands, and is new two large farms himse'if in Southern Alberta; one being at Barons and the other at Cowley. He states that he has several large deals pending through the Spolf- ane offices, and the offices of Grant, Molr Co., which he expects ,to close in the near future. Men's Own Open Meeting The Men's Own open meeting will be held in the Westminster .Methodist church on Sunday, August 2 at 4 p.m. sharp. 'The. Rev: T, R. Courtlce, pas-j tor of Grace M. E. church. Grove City, Pa., will address the meeting, taking iu'r "n is topic ''The Worth of a'Vla'n." This topic should prove a very, inter- esting one at this time for discussion. ftev. T. R. Courtlce is an able speaker and his coming to Westminster should draw a large crowd. Mrs. F. ton, one of the city's 'best soloists, will sing, .riflcon minutes' discussion on the address. The monthly offering will bo taken, ladies "given a hearty, BUSINESS LOCALS invitation. seat. Come early i( you want a 1 The former barber shop of B. G. Hamilton at 110 Fifth Street is. now open for business by E. H. Tripp and A. B. Sjience. to-date. All work strictly up- 1 The high cost of living solved by eating at the Ballas Cnfe. Dinner from 12 to 8, 25 cents. Pie and Coffnu 10 cents. Short prders at all hours, 1 0 Auction sale of furniture, six beds, springs and mnttresfies, nearly new; six dincra, one nearly now William flowing machine, cooking utensils; also a number of live cliicltfins wjSI sold at tho Public Market at two For Aching, Sore and Sweating Feet Wsumnmi! the feet ache, perspire and feel damp and uncomfortable. Cool shoes and thin some but Tiotlenbugh. K you' want Real Foot Comfort use EAS'EM Dust a little Eas'ein-m.the shoes, spiialile some on iths stocking It absorbs mois checks perspiration extent. Then the are comfortable, do hot' ache. 25c SPRINKLE-TOP CAMNISTEBS The Red CJross Drug Book Co., Limited. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for Coluirfn should reach Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The'CIty band will, give a concert Jn Gait Gardens tomorrow eienmg at S30 CITY AND DISTRICT New "Agent Formerly of Macleod J. W. Judd, formerlv of Maeleod, has taken over the Massey-Harris ag- ency at Raymond SATURDAY SOAPc SPECIMF VIOLET1 AND ROSE loc Per Cake 2For2oc .The Daliy Procession One drunk was assessed the usual fine this morning at police court for absorbing :too much liquid sunshine. Double Shift at Raymond TUe-EHisba Jlilling Co. commenced riinning 'a shift at the .local plant It will coutmue for about a of flour Vere ship- ped from -here. on. mond Leader July Weather Following are the metreological ob- servances, taken at the Experimental Fann: during "July Number of 5 PieUpHatipny1 inches ......0.93 Precipitation for year, inches v. 7.S7 temperature......94.2 Minimum." temperature 40.0 iMeah' 'temperature.'. 67.5 Total hours'bright sunshine.. 3S2 ;Cbmmence Drilling Monday Ira EL Segur arrived in the city late last night, and proceeded to his well Bite east of Coutts, drilling for uiii commence on Mci.dn'v. Mr Segur had nothing to say for publica- tion, except to repeat what he has al- ready told the public. The "well, once it is started; will be rushed with all speed possible, and another well will I be started immediately the present one is under way, Registration of Births Notice is hereby given to parents and others that the Registration ol all Biiihi in the City ot Lethbrulgc is re- quited by law, and must be made nithin one month Irom dale of Birth. Anyone failing to do so is liable lo prosecution and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's Office, Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. (r Well and Tastes Good Our meals are wholesome, satisfying and with all, serVe'd- nicely. You'll have an ap- petite if you dine at The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 210 5th Stake The Conference of tfte'Mor- mon cliurcii in the south, win not be held until August ll.and 12, owing to the or President Joseph F Smith to be prebent at an earlier date. President Bishop Charles Nlbley will also bb peseat at the con-' fei-ence. Goinfl to .Calflary A. J. Alcock, one of the early set- tlers in the Endon district, is moving to Calgary. o'clock Tiicsdsvy, Where is the War? To be able to understand the accounts of the war you will neud a good ATLAS We have a large, mod-. dm Atlas at and a small size at 50c, Post Paid. Robertson's Bookstore Next to Lethbridge Hotel PHONE 1205 Buyers to Share in Profits Lower Prices on Ford Cars Effective from August 1, 1014, lo August 1, 1915. and guaranteed against any reduction during that time. Touring Car Runabout Town In the 540 Jar 840 iminion of Canada Only FURTHER we be able to obtain the inaxniHim efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales departments IF we can reach an ou I pnjL.of carp between the abcnc dates. AND should we reach this production we agree to pay, as the buyer's share, from to 860 per car (on or about August 1, J915) to every letail buyer who pur- chases a new Ford1 car between August 1, 1914, and August 1. 19.15. For further particulars regarding these low prices aftd profit-sliaring plan, see the nearest Ford. Branch or Dealer. Virtue Bros., The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avc. S. ;