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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE 3USXTO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Oay Hotel In DAILY HERALD WHEti IN LEJTHHIBIOOI Thei Dallas Hotel the Best and Most A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS One More Sized Shipment Blueberries 'Willie for ssjaplsa acd be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETH3R1DGE, ALBERTA, You cat obtain this food from the following- dealers: Taylor Milling Elevator Co., .Taylcr Stilling Slevator Co., Nelson, B. C. 'Alberta Grain Co., Cal- gary, Alta. Cempbeil, Wilson Aita." Feed Calgary, i' Korae, Produce Co- Ellison Milling Bievator Lettbridge, Alta. Medicine Hat Milliag Co., M0dl- cite Eac, .Alta. A. ITaodoaald Co., Alta. Ogilvie Co., Ltd., Me41- cice Eat, Alia. i Robin. Hood Mills, Calgary, Alta. !o arrive for as on Wednesday morning, providing tjioy are lo be had at the shlp-ping poiat as we placed i.'us last special large 10 supply tlu> u-ams. A fe-A- odd small shipments'may arrive this week, but can promise nothing as ihe season is abouf over. The price has advanced at'the point but expect to sell -.hose for the sajue a? tho !ast Basket .___.......'.. RED Crate BLACK OR DEW to ar- rive Tuesdays, Thursdays and. Saturdays ai noon. Per CORN ON Dozen BLUE PLUMS, PEACH PLUMS, PEACHES, SARTLETT PEARS, CANTALOUPES, 8. C. CUCUM- BERS, 6. C. CELERY, FRESH IN., Crate BLACK CURRANTS, Baskets each ..................................1Bc' Price per Crate 5Q RED shipment to arrive some time thb week which v.-ill likelv be the last lor the season. Office: Phone 127! HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store Phone 525 WEATHER Max. 93 Min. 55 50 54 5t> of the "Working M-en. be held in the LABOUR TE3IPLE on at S.SO p.m., under the auspices of the Traaes and Labor Council, ivhea F. BANCROFT, OF TORONTO, VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE OF CANADA, AND J.-O.' JOKES; THE ALBERTA FEDERATION OF LABOUR, WILL ADDRESS THE MEETING: Alford. earsestly all'workers to attead as ther will hear to theh- snterest. 5Si VC1.J-; DOCTCR The Mote Wednesday -snd Thursday 52 59. 59 Lcthbridge, clear [Edmonton, clear..... S5 Calgary, cloudy......- SS Hat. fair 100 {Macleod, clear...... 92 Saskatoon, fair..... 02 Moose SS Pegina, Si Winnipeg, clear..... 84 "......101 The -weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fine and very warm. Forecast AM warm today and on Tuesday. CITY DISTRICT Appears This Afternoon A. K. Jlubbard, charged with false {pretenses, and who .before f the magistrate on Saturday, "Kill again. conse before .the court this afternoon. Lesves for Medicine Hat E. T- Broad, vrho has a business here1'-for the [past months, will return to iledi- ;cine Hat to take over the management I OL a planing mill. Off en Holiday Fred Kenny" local agent of the Can- adian. Pacific Telegraphs, leaves for a holiday on coast. Mr. Kenny Trill spend most of his j, .jiv. .v-.tV. s. A time at Victoria. J- A.' Wisley is tak- I Ing over office as acting agent "LATEST -WAR NEWS '3 I Shigplng SHcep The latest Kerai-d vTar Xsws W. F. llucfcle, manager of the West-j he flashed on. the screen -era. Horse "Ranch Co.'at'Clunv, passed For Aching, Sore ml Sweating Feet In summer ihe'ifeet ache, perspire and feel'damp and .uncomfortable. Cool shoes and thin stockings help some but net enough. If -you' want -Seal Foot Comfort use EAS'EM Dust a little Eas'em in the shoes, sprinkle "some on the stocking. It absorbs mois- and "checks perspiration. to a large extent. Then the feet are comfortable, do not swell, don't ache. SPRINKLE TOP CANNJSTERS Tk Red Cross-Drug Book Co.5 Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD "Notices for this Column, should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication An important meeting of (he Poul- try association will he held on Tues- day evening, August 4, at S p.m, in the Immigration offices. Ic is propos- ed-to fix the dates for the annual shcv and to appoint judges, and every I member should make an effort to at- tend this important meeting. DISTRICT M Df, Home Dr. Cngg returned yesterday, from j Lakes, where he has been h holidaying for two weeks. A Bad Mishap One of the cogs in the small derrick top of the post office broke this afternoon, and the large derrick col- lapsed, setfdiag one of the" heavy booms nearii; to the street below. No one was injured. tonight during every i through the city this morning r .j. HIvert iis load >snn I ship to Clucy head of sheep v v v which: were recently trailed o.ver from i He. was accoinpanied-by A. Paget buyer for the Carter I Company, of Toronto. Shot J C1 iliec bsrman i Rev. Fathsr Meyer Leaves Patrick's, parish, who is very welf known in-the j i south country, will shortly refnove to i Edmonton, where, he will take charge I {of a ia St. John's College. Rev. j Father Stuhlnana. .of Edmonton will take Father Meyer's place here.. His I'vorlr rersisis largely of outside !.sion labors..'-'chiefly-'iii: the districts i j south of the city. by _______: Ofeer and Kept Seat Movements j C. P. :R. Ageiit ?.ntcheli reports the; I Allan liner Scandinavian, from C'tas-, dockefi at Montreal last night. Vv'estem" passengers should reach Alia. outiic. ia.au. on August 7. i of IVjnnipeg. passed three startling The White Star liner Canada, re- days in returohig from dock at Quebec, 10 a.m. this j London, Acg. Sutherland. Injectors Blackleg Outfits A fresK" Supply Just Arrived J.D.BigiflIiothaHiACb.LU. The Store TELEPHONE; NO.' 322 Complete Wool Returns Complete wool' returns show that Southern Alberta's -best crop 'this year totalled somewhere in 'the neigh- borhood pounds: Lewis and Hatch purchased pounds for-shipment to J.' Kasland Co., of Boston, and Bisemann Bros, 'of Bos- ton purchased like SOO.QOO j The increase'over last year jis--about pounds, and every pound of -the. wool wenc" to American markets, the-highest price paid being1 cents, compared with an average price last year of about cents. Canadian buyers were not in the west when the "buying was done, the Yan- kee-buyers getting, here-first, with the result that they got the plum. Lewis and Hatch are doing a -big Taber Fair Off mediately the war was declared. warning: Montreal tonight. only Canadian in that colinirj- bridge passengers shouJd arrive Ang- At a meeting of the directors of the delayed leading owmg to business 'elected py _ German frontier and another two be- last ui-Lt, Weslarn passen- fore he board a train for Bel- reach Lethbridge Aug. 7. It was i'-wr.sr, the last CH J LD 1 N CANAL Oc'urred Coulee Venfarcd Too Near j mosey, so a o bad together to swrvrd. t-csrd'iZig rht traiii urar tbs j {rouble: a O.hiidfi" atteaipted' _____ to iiaui off. 'Te hit; bor nsirved CJiarles Ulrs in tlw> face zsd hwi, son of Woi. Caliifjia, a farm was .takba :n tie fro.n laborer, 'was drowned in the irrigation Y-.euta; .if.Mgy'rtcl (or fonr miles from Spring Coulee ing room the cars j last Thursday. Thejad was playing r> taken off 'about the canal near his and fl three days' trip. Tfe8 Illg'Ii COSt Ol toe trau, -i first stop. Four Sarvitr.i Sh h'sU into ifce waif r. parents Uo the district from. 'J-iahoi lag'solved by eatiiig Dallas Cafe 5c Full Dinner from 12 to 8 K he saw four St-rvjans shot by! j Austrian, oflicers for refusing to join f I the Austrian ranks Srery'few comma Seme Changes fei He changed tea times in cnej- glnigtt.; the station was' g acaertod ar.d Mr. Sutherland earned! AUSTRIAN FiESERVlSTS LEAVE CRANBROOK Taber Fair it was decided to call it off for this year. Crsnbrook-, B.C., j here! T T e Pie and Coffee Short Orders at all hours nf f r mcrnlng. j Hataiiton at. Street is now i sintish open for business hy E. i! were on the boat froarpstend to Spc-nce. Alfv-ork strictir vcr. Jifr. Sutherland is in good to-cato.. He declares he found Austria apathet-1 Tfce cost of living solved by B ic, but Germany terriblv bellicose. He -thc Cafe. Dinner i To be able to understand the aocounls of the you will need a.good- have a large, mod- ern Atlas at and a .small .size at SOe, Post Paid. w ".if v w v .___ -v- Looks Well and Tastes Good Our meals are wholesome, satisfying and all, served nicely. You'll have an ap- petite if you dine at- 4 The Commercial Oyster, and C hop House 210 5th STREET, SOU TH HELIEF-FOR AMERICANS ABROAD Washington, D. C. 'Aug. dent "Wilson today sent a special mes- -SsoC--to-Congress asking immediate appropriations for relief of distressed Americans abroad. CANADA CEXSORjDiSPATCHES Ottawa, Aug.- declares war" .also estab- lish a censorship-.over the telegraphic sen-Ice of the Dominion. The.depart- ment.of nava] service tvjil tike charge of the" wireless stations and -service, department of militia V mutton uepa.ruueni. ot miutia win Pleads to a Censorship over the land _ _ _ RPrViOP A It rvo rres rr It will "cost you only a day, a week to spend vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. Cv- The Tourist, and Fishing Resort of the FISHING- BOATING "BATHING' "TENNIS COURTS I Edmonton and. -want 15 carloads -The shipments svere displiicJieli through the local stock yards. sen-ice. All messages passing from have to have an official government stamp indicating that they have passed censorship. WHERE CONVENTION WILL BE HELD information of gaties who will aUend theiiro- vincial Liberal conTentlon at- Calgary on Wednesday, it may he stated that the convention ,-R-ilI be. held'Ln Al Ashar Tern- pie, 506 Seventeenth avenue ,f.- Weat. The Blue line cars pass this hall. jf' I? obertson's obkstore Next to Hotcf PHONE 1265 in Profits Ford Cars Effective from August'17 1914, to August 1, 1915, and guaranteed agains'f any reduction during that time, Touring Car Runabout 540 Town Car 840 1 F- 0. B. Ford, Ont. In the Dominion of Canada Only FURTHER we will be able.to obtain the maximum efficiency in pur factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales departments IF we can reach an output of "cars between thc above dates. ANI) should wo reach this production we agree to pay, OR the buyers to 6'60 per ear (on or about August 1. 1015) to every .retail buyer who pur- chases a new Ford car between 1, 3914. and August 1, 1915. For further-particulars regarding these low prices and profit-sharing plan, see the nearest Ford Branch or Dealer. Virtue Bros., The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Arc. S. Phone 633. ;