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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAINS Windsor tDay Hotel in RALD A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS lor sasiples and be convinced. Made by Taylor Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBEftTA. S Tcm obtain, this food from the folio wine: dealers: _ Taylor .Taylor 'Milling Elevator Co., Leibbridge, Aita. iUinc Etevator Co., ETC. Pacific Grain Co., Cat serf, Alia. Campbell, Wilson Home, Lethbridge, Alia.. Crown Feed Alts.- Produce Co., Milling Elevator Co, JLethfcridge, .Alta- Hat .Milling Co., Hat, Alts. Macdonald Co., Letfabridse, "Alta. OgUvis Milling Co., Ltd., Meii- clae Hat, Alto. Robin Hood ifills, Caljarj, Alta, One More Good Sized Shipment Blueberries to arrive for us tomorrow morning, providing th y urc? to be had at the shipping point, as we haVo placed ibis last special large order, to supply the wants- A few odd small shipments may arrive this week, but can promise nothing as the season is about over. The price has advanced at the shipping point but we expect to sell those for the same as the last. Crate Basket RED SLACK OR DEW to: ar- rive Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at noon. Per Crate CORN ON dozen .................35C ...................isc and 4 for..................25c BLACK CURRANTS, B. C.- eacu Price per Crate...... -Strawberry Baskets, .................15c I J shipment to arrive some .time this week which will likely he the last for the season. BLUE PLUMS, PEACH PLUMS, PEACHES, BARTLETT PEARS, CANTALOUPES, B. C. CUCUM- BERS, 3. C. CELERY, FRESH IN. Office-: Phone1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER Ensure Against TO Yankee with mlflTfl h_n's using tiseurized s M! CITY WATER O.K. Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, cloudy. Calgary, fair Medicine Hat, fair. Macleod, fair Saskatoon., cloudy.. Moose Jaw, cloudy Max. 97 102 90 S7 34 Brandon, clear 9J The city water supply Las been, looked and the tests show that it is perfectly frea from bacteria. It is, therefore, safe. I have ?ound it neces- sary to forbid for the present one of the dairies supplying milk _ to citizens. I would strongly advise aft ckizens to abstain from- bathing in Hen- derson Lake for the present. L- G-EO; DEVEBER, Health. Officer. Portage, cloudy...... S7 Regina, clear....... ,92 Current, 100 fair...... Arthur, 64 The 'weather has been mostly fair and very warm throughout the prairie Min. 57 74 61 Go 64 49 54 63 fj4 CO 50 Sold by The Creamery Phone 584 _ DOCTOR FOREST FIRES THREATEN provinces. Forecast Manitoba and and very in a few localities. Alberta Strong northwesterly winds; fair, and somewhat cooler. CITY AJSJD DISTRICT Return from Holiday A. P. JCrapfei and family, who mot- ored to Banff a counle of weeks ago. returned-to the city .this i proceeded-to their home in Sledicin Hat. For Acliing, Sore and. Sweating Feet In summer tie feet ache, perspire and feel "dump and uncomfortable. Cool 'shoes and thin stockings help some bik net enough. If you vrant Real Foot Comfort use EAS'EM "Dust a in tne slioes, sprinkle-'some on -ihe stocking. It absorbs mois- ture and cheeks perspiration to a large extent. Then the feet are comfortable, do not don't ache. SPRINKLE TOP fcOC? CITY ANPDISTKICX Creok Visitor J. E. Woods of Pincher Creek Is visitor in the city today. Improvements to Wholesale House Geo. Beaton has been awarded the for the extensive alterations to be made on Campbell, WHsoa j Home's warehouse. The work will be 'carried'on under the superintendeney of A. 2ST. McCliaton. Liberals Convention A large number of prominent Lib- erals- from Lethbridge and the towns in the couth, left today to attend the Liberal convention in. Calgary; which opens tomorrow. A. splendid repre- sentation from all the districts' in the southern wrtiou of the province is expected. Is the Beit and Most Iwtt to I O i Book Limited Voting Heavier Than Expected Voting on the bylaws was much more brisk than "was anticipated this morning. It is admitted that the by- laws are "just as much in the balance as ther were the last time they were submitted, and of course the results will not bg known until "early tom'or- It trill cost you-only a' day, ?12.00 a week to spend your at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B.C. The Tourist and Fisting Resort of the Kootenays FISHING BATHING 1 --TENNIS COURTS Committed for Trial A. EL Eubbsnl, charged before trie j FIRE; FIEND DOING MUCH _DAM: local police c_ourtjvitli false pretences, j AGE IN t yesterday IN DANGER ternoon. Witnesses from tCalgary gave 1 testimony. His Vase will be tried at the nest criminal--sittings of. the Su- ThlrsS -Sat- Fernie, B. August 4.- y last was _ti-e sisti. anni- versary the big 'Sre that removed tlie city- 01 Fernie for a: short- time oS occasion the fire Sen preme Court. -EMPRESS TTI TT If f ipe.OrherSalf of 5'The Note Wcdnsaday and Thursday Latest War News ______________________ Arrangements have "ceen "made by the "map, and It would seem in {the management of Starland Theatre C ___qtlQL..tha.t occasion the fire fiend [with, the Herald, 'which makes it pcs- fagain visited this vicinity, "While j sibls for Starland to receive all the these bush Hres are not immediately i latest war, news irameciatelr it-is i endangering this city, it is now in'flashed to the Herald. Tonight Star- 5 [-the centre oi a district in "which there'land natrons "will have the benefit of are more bad bush" fires raging since f seeing all the latest war news flashed the year of 1908 Tvhen the town was j on 'the screen as it'is received hy the wiped oat, and hundreds of men fcave' Herald. besn -employed here by the fight these fires. Tic fire on lasl, which, destroy- Old Timer VisHs City Dr. John iieLean, -better known'am- ed a number OL buildings at the town ong the old-timers in Lethbridge, pass- oi ..Corbitt. is now beyond that place i sd through tee city yesterday, and for the-tied'towards Flat head couatrr'a hours renewed old and some hundred and fifty men are i ances, calling on several of the proni- working night and day" endeavoring j inent old-timers in the city. Dr. Me- 5' to pat It l-SBPRY iOH tioa of the out and stop the desferac- (Lean was the first ifethodist uiission- :he valuable timber that it ary to carry tae gospel to the Indians J. B. Wiikit New Chairman At a meeting of the Publicity'and New Industries committee cf the Board 'of-Trade yesterday afternoon, 'J. B. Wilkie was "appointed chairman Blackleg' Vaccine.--- Blackleg Pills; Blackl ol the committee to fill the vacancy .created Jbr LLs? departure of J. P Tracy. LCKleg ini actors slackle is cow in. On Saturday a fire sprung up about two town oi Hosmer and rapidJy gained head- way owing to a high wiad, and in a gospel on the Blood Reserve. He cams here in the early tacre "was hardly an, but the re3 men. Dr. McLean's labors fruit- j snort time the town of Oisen was in ful, and he obtained an insisht into danger, but some eight or ninety men Indian lire that is remarkatfeT He is uthts A" fresh' Supply Just Arrived Special Wire Special "E. 0. S." (Extra- Ordinary (Service) 'wires are being installed at the icca.1 telegraph office in order that f the flow, of_ 'war news Tuay be unim- peded. are two direct connec- tions now with local agent, F. -Kenny, who was to have left 11 for a holiday today, was advised yes- 11 terday that all leaves of absence had I .been cancelled owing to Var condi- i i tions, and Mr. Kenny's relief "was call- ji.ed back to Calgary. !i 3 were put to work and were aole to prevent any damage being done to the town, although it is still raging jin the timber immediately adjacent the author of several authoritative works on the subject Dr. McLean is kins among the Win- nd is on his rway oack from short holi-1 TAe a, Store TELEPHONED NO.-322 day. sand Canada should England Of miles of Eiko, about eighteen miles have need, of them in the war." This' wesc of bere, and a force of fiftv men is the statement made today by an} with reinforcements continually'arriv- official of the National Livestock Ex-1 ing, expected to prevent any "damage Limited the.-head office of to the town. The largest fire in this Pacific went south this morning on a wiucn is in. Montreal. "The- cavalry neighborhood is now raging in Jxerses which have been produced by vicinity of Waldo, a National Bureau of Breeding dur- ing the past eight years are sow In A Correction In a recent report from Walsh, it {was stated that the New C.P.R. Supterintendent Talks jSbroader, had been drowned. The F. Walker, superintendent postmaster's father, John Shroader, Lethbridge division of the .Canadian was.tne victim of the accident, not Jf. the! inspection of the lines between here on the the border. Mr. Walker stated i here' and S0 as I yesterday that the office is purchasing.; -the are able to keep it BUSINESS LOCALS great he said. j from jumping the Hiver home A cable from London yesterday i t'ne confined to the stated that the British remount but should it jump the specters would leave for Montreal im- i 6r' and mediately should These remoTmts by. farmers and alt of Us new equipment and some of the furniture of equipment and supplies The high cost of living solved eating at the Dallas from to 8. 25 cents, Short Fires Still Raging I -Fierce forest firss are still raging 'along the Cro'w's Nest Pass.' The flames are consuming thousands of dollars worth of timber every day, ac- cording to advices from Calgary. uperintendent Colemau -of "Calgary gjhas been on the spot for some time I watching the efforts of the fire fight- ers. He returned to Calgary to at- jtend the funeral'of the late' Mr'. Nib- jlock, but the situation was so serious that" he expected'td return immediate- }Iy. "The Herald .yesterdar contained jthe first published intimation that fires were raging along the "pass. Ssgur Started Drill Today According to reports received here this morning over the long-distance 'phone from Coutts, Ira E. Segur spud- ded in the first cil well in the Coutts fieid this morning. With his chief driller, Paul Perraud, and the mana- ger, Jack Doty, on the Job, everything went according to anticipation, and the big 106-foot derrick is now grind- ing- away toward the oil-bearing sands, and Southern Alberta will, in the course o! a rery few months, have THE CANADIANS OF COMMERCE "SIR EDMUND WALKER, CV.O.. I, L-D..D.CJU PiWdent General Manager JOHN AIRD. General Mi V. C BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western Branches "RESERVE FUND, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS every San Cheques Credit issued by this-Bank overcome the annoying- difficulties of .oblzimag abroad, here identification 5s a'of the world, -purchafed at reasonable 'L'T72I L Brymnef, Cheques and Drafts on all the countries'of the -world, drawn in sterling, Barks, lire, kronen, etc., casi be cashed or purchased at reasonable Letfabridgc Branch WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. S10 Eighth Allr' broken." Machinery, Cast Iron, Brass, Copper, Steel, in fact every thing-made as. new" fay th'e Oxy-Acetylene Welding ALL'AVORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY 'Give us aerial. Don't throw .your broken machinery away. We car- repair-It at smallest- 8. C. CITY AND DISTRICT Y. Notice' The T.1 31. C." A- "track athletes will go for a mile jog tonight, at S o'clock under the leadership of, Mr. Roberts. The S. O. E. Notice Sons rof England Benefit ciety R.R. degree meets-tomorrow night at S o'clock sharp in the S. 0. E. hall. All are requested to be present .Vancouver, A'-.'g. visit cl Sir Vrilfrid Laurier, the Liberal lead- er, to-this city, which had been do- .fiaiiely set for Seplember'll, may bt indefinitely owing "fco the gravity of the- situation' in' Europe.' At a special meeting "called the Provincial tee in the board of trade-rooms, .the Not a Recruiting Officer feeling was general that -this would Postmaster E. N. Higinbotham de- prove to be tlie casa, was for- sires to advise all reservists that he mally expressed in a resolution mov- bas had no instructions from Ottawa ei by Mr. F. C. Wade, "and to receive applications. He is not a seconded by Mr. S. S. Taylor. recruiting officer unless so advised The resolution, a copy of which, was from headquarters. The post nffice is forwarded to Sir Wilfrid, was in under the civi] service. something which will make the rest of .jaesoia. -He -was born in Christiania, living solved bj something which will make the rest of -He w s Cafe. Dinner the world sit up and take j Norway, and 1 Pjeand if espectaticr.s are re- Ural relatives Death of Aged Norwegian The death of Christopher Rudin- gen, of 5-9-22. occurred yesterday. De- 1 ceased was aged SI years and seven and had resided on the farm for five .years, coming here from 3Hn- over Canada. tiid leaves_ a widow and sev- ____ at Monarch and at j Noble. The funeral will be held tomor- Irow afternoon from the Lutheran j part as. follows That this of I Liberals, held for the purpose of pre- paring for, the reception of the Right Hen. Sir WKfrid Lau ri 'isj "deeply impressed with the danger now men- acing ttis Empire, and feels that at' a lime of such a threatened calamity it is freyond all things necessary that th people of Canada and of the Em- fire should have the benefit of wise adu'ce and guirfance of Sir lugh cost of liv- ing solved by eating at tlie Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 te 8 spell is accountable raptditv s Homestecders Want Concessions church.- Rev. Mr. Grant in charge C. T. Cousins oT Tyrell's Lake was j of the service in the city'today on business. Mr. frid Laurier, a of ty's Friry council, at every step ot the delicate negotiations now -in -pro- gress." ires contnue to spring up. The new offices are ready for} A days motoring, an afternoon oiij_Co'USin3 States that theTiomesteaders! e the tennis ground or golf links, a son-1 'n want the government to WAR BULLETINS resolution directing Pie zuad Ccffec lOc Presicer.T VtVison to approach 5I-- yardmaster. Zll: shed warring natious of Europe with anj'oremari, H-tT: round house, 724: trav- ofler oC gocw'. o'Sces of this ell'ne freight T4I> telegraph of- raent was ictroduced by Senator Me- Hce, 671. Mail addressed to the C. P. Comber, and referred to shonld be designated for whatever tee en foreign relations. Kc will for a favorable reply tomorrow night that the telephone ncrsbcrs would be- aa follows: Superintendent and chief, clerk. <5f2t trainmasters, me-; and roadmastcrs, 1037; cash-; fer's office, freighl freight o'fice. 3o4; police, ticket tie at a time, so there's no hurt or beach or exposure on alaccept fina1 on pre-emptions sea trip, often brings on a