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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor J1.25 j Da, Hotol In i! IN LlsWWRIDOK rf be Ddllas Hotel Is ths and Most Convtn- lanl to H B IN Jl-.il ji.O A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKi Writs for eampti? aad be convinced. Made br Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBHIDQE, ALBERTA. Ton cat ofcUlnMhlB food from the following Elevator Co., EllUon MlllSag Blevator LethbriJEe, Alia. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Aits. ;A. Macdoaald Co., LetSioridgft Alta. li! Lethbrldge, Aits. Miliias Co.. Xslsoa, B.'C. -Paclflo Co., Ol- An Extra Fine Lot of Blueberries nrrivul tins lew Red Itaspbeiiies BhidJ.oiiics or noonmul the cmiN u e had estt id.n eie eei tanilv line B C f nuunbeis, bollr ihohuae uul pickling ninealinoht In oxpiess Washington Cantaloupe IK iiu supeiioi in ll.noi and evoiv May you want to take ihem than (.ahtuinia-, aie loniing Jii and line heen fine. neio line one mine shipment ol Red (.'uiinntsandPieOhei- ries this M eek some I uni but w e t i.onr nitei (hat We have .Red Easpbeiiiis and Bluebcuub aim ins daih as long as the reason is on. Phone'1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Wilson Alu. Home, Produce Co., Milling Co., Ltd., Mril- cine Hat, Alta, Robin Hood Mils, Calgary, Alta. Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter a. .personal Sayings .Account-in the Union Bank of "Canada; with opportunities to save regularly, and training in how to expend money wisely. Sach an education in thrift and .saving will prove invaluable in later life. Lethbridge, clear EamcmtQU. fine Calgary, clear..... Medicine Hat, clear .Macieod, fair......... S4 Red Deer, clear..... Tl Saskatoon, clear..... 73 Retina, clear....... S7 JFoose JaTV, clear.. S-S Brandon, 102 45- .80 Winnipeg, clear..... M Port Arthur, fair...... 70 The weather in Manitoba and east- ern Saskatchewan has tieen line and very warm, while further west it lias been cooler. Korecast Manitoba and erly winds: fine today and Thursday: becoming cooler. _. today and Thursday, with moderate temperature. Jlin. 41 4S 40 4S 50 52 53 44 45 45- 60 5S CITY AND DISTRICT 'eet :UAKE BRANCH -KRAMCH A. B. KING. Acting Msnaaer TINNING. Manager rait Council Tomorrow TTOfle council '-viK ho held 35 torcorru-.v at at the Hotel. CITY AND DISTRICT Sold by The LeiKbridge Creamery Phone 584 ASK YOUR DOCTOR Constable Ledir.gham a Reservist There lire several reservists arnotit: tho ranks of the division, bat the majority of them I have served time. Col. Wilson] i stated tb'jay that Constable Ledins-1 i liam of the local deta'chfflent v.as still; on jihc resen-e list, and .tliat Constable j 'Freeman of the detachment i was another. Colonel Wilson has had no official notification regarding the reserves in the Mounted Police. Mining the Straits, at Victoria i Commissioner Reid received word I this morning from Mrs. Reid, who is j Ut Victoria, that all the.beaches hadj b been ordered cleared people. The! I laying of ffliac-3 in the straits haa' LooiTwho's Here Some oE the visitors in the city to- d--r.- are: L. E. Drake, Bcllevne; C. "o'Drion, Raymond; It. C. Harvey, Siirlins; H. P.- Johnston, Stirling, aad A. Shelton, Jlngrath. Principal Wi F. 31. Rhine's; of as principal Westminster school, duties to commence with the opening of the fall term. Mr. Riches was formerly at New Dayton, and is not a stranger in the south. He has net unusual success at every point where he lias served. Mr. Riches succeeds F_C. Jennings, re- i signed. Steamship. Movements Hampered C. F. K. Agent S. B. Mitchell has received notice that the White Star line first class steamer Teutonic reached Liverpool at 1.30 on Sunday.! Th? Laurentic left Liverpool at C p.m.! Don't Miss These Doings on Saturday. Commissioner Reid has some of the The Donaldson liner Saturnia ar- war pictures ever printed to rived -in Glasgow on Saturday. t On the Herald screen tonight. He has also received -word from: 'fiiere are 120 colored views, incliid- the TranscontinsHlal Steamship Liny j jng photos of the King and Queen, -tiooked to British points and only at British rates. It will cost you only 52.00 a ?12.00 a week to spend your at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNiS COURTS -IMPRESS----- The Other- Half of The Note Wednesday and Thursday nd concert and demonstration will commence shortly after nine o'clock, ant! bulletins will be flashed oc the screen at iateivals. In siunmir the feet perspire and feel damp and "uncomfortable.- Cool shoes., and thin stockings help some but hot ;etiough. If you want Ecal Foot Comfort use EAS'EM Dust .a little. Eas'em in the shoes, sprinkle some on -the stocking. It absorbs mois- ture and "checks perspiration to a large extent. Then the feet, are .comfortable, do not swell, don't ache. SPniNKt-t TOP CANNISTERSX.. Tfee Red Cross Drug Book Go.? Limited, Store: Phone 525 -BKsTSICT U. C, T. Picnic Commercial travellers are asked not to forget tli.e annual picnic which will Nolan's Ferry, on Saturday, August. S. Automobiles leave I.O.OJP. hall at 9.30 a.m. Bo on time. Band. Boys Attention Mebibers of the Letlibritfge CUi- bens' Band are requested to meet at the Herald office tonight at S.45. A concert will be given shortly afte that hour. No uniforms tonight. Third C. P; R. Sawmill at Elko Burns Forest Are's, .which have threatened many, or .the touTis along the Pass for .the. past hvo or three days, have licked up .a valuable sawmill at Elko, B.C., "the property of the Canadian Pacific. Fire Destroys Brant Elevator W.drd received in the city this morning ".that a grain elevator at Brant was burned to the ground yes- terday afternoon. The cause of the fire'is not but the 'buildin? was reduced to ashes, and the dam- age will -be heavy. Fortunately it was not completely fllled. Very Itchy, .When-Brushed, Dan- druff Ail Over, Hair Came Out in Great Bunches, Cuticura Sosp and Cutic.ura Ointment Cured Head in Three Weeks, 15 HaUani St.. Toronto. "Abo'ji two years ago the dandruir began. My got ivoree and formed on it whid: Frenchman Pleased with Lethbridge Sentiment Fernand Le Uaillsy, manager or the European Company, of Paris and To- i route, a linn In precious I stones is at the Lcthhridge Hotel to- I day on his way back to France, where 1m will engage in the flgbt upon Ins arrival. Jlonsieur Le i resides on the Rue de Tocque- vllle, and is on a trip across 1 the continent on business. He 'says that the Frer.ch army was never bet- ter prepared to meet the Germans than they are at the present time. lie says tl'.at so are the vet- ierans in the army to engage- with j Germany, ami so inevitable has the 'conflict seemed, that thc-y have been Blackleg Vaccine Blackleg Injectors Blackleg Outfits A fresh Supply just Arrived Long Distance Calls Long-distance calls to. the Herald yesterday and last night were almost continuous. Every town within a ra- apprised of the expected.declaration of war by Great Britain. within a few minutes of the time it reached the Herald office. ;The..Herald is only too glad to answer long distance calls, and post all inquirers on the latest events. ''Flour Advanced 50c Barrel Today Flour advanced today to per hundred pounds, as a result of tho war. Tho price of bread would have followed1 ere this were the bakers organized. The wholesale price c flour has advanced 50c a barrel, am! is likely to go higher. The increase in the retail price is 25c a hundred There was a veritable run on flou: at the local mills yesterday, and one woman in North Lethbridge, antici- pating the purchased .2000 Ibs. The Ellison supply was nearly ex hausted, and the mills are grinding away double shift at Raymond in order to keep abreast of the demand. OJiglnliQtiiBni'SCo.Ltil. The Stort TELEPHONE NO, 322 Ready to Fight for Britain Edmund Dowso, a brother of Arthur Do'wse, of the Canadian Bank of Com- merce staff here, who lias been visit- ing his brother for z. couple of weeks, a non-commissioned officer in the Prince of Walt-s' 12th Royal Lancers. He expects to be called back, and is ready 10 leave at any moment. The liigli cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the DalldsCafe Fuii Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours very itchy and ea.'i: me a tendency to scratch i'. wliicti towcarjiiyliatwiictbtrlntliQ j Spare-W hatrcameoutfcKroa-.buncl.ta is ready." Mr. LB tianlcy is until I waa r.r-arlj- itr.il nrurJi at the evidences of i t'c.'ou British and French and -ijelieves tliat- they come from Uu; hoarf. 11 a lias a. brother in Morocco, one in SoiiLh Africa find anothp.r in Toronto, all of whom are hastening to the 'front. -Mr. CaUlcy Called en Colonel 'Wilson, whom lie met the- timn or tlie coronation of His Majesty King George. when It at Its worst H catue cut; ro und all. "Itrlcrt------whiuhrcaileit wors-j fore. t tried BRvcral tMoij-i after ibut Ir.it they v-'erfl HO Kood. Aftw r.t JiHii.-i ir.o I barJly any hair left. il.iy Outicnra and in I sent fer'o After Ciillc'jra Qiiurjcut uric! I .ctyiiii a ffrca5 relief. Jitter t.Ii; I went and %al a pake of Cutivura and :i box of C'litlctira Ointment, In llirao they had cured my huad.'t (iilsned) Ji. Nora, May 14.1013. Hoap ami Ot.'itmcnt do so murii for poorcoinplciloii.-i, rod, rough haudc, dry, tliln and fallir.fs iinir, aiidwil-so little, lliflti it la almost, criminal not.'la UM ttici.n. AslDglosct Sold nvrry- BUSINESS LOCALS Tho high cost, or living solved by cathiK :it the Cafe. Dinner from'12 to 8. ?r> ccnta. Pic and Coffee 10 oenU. Short orderB" at nil hours, ft nt nvcry- t pouUry, new siiiRle' haniusB. etc., al 20tb St. North, tomorrow evening book. post-card at fi.Srt (Thursday.) W. L. Wilson, 4 Auctioneer. Raully, Etq Branch I want you and tho InparUl Lift Aaauronoe campahy, which you roprsatni. for -'ppdMpt and genorous troatresnt I received in eottllng of'ny huaband Butiar'o-clalmi j. winh to expteso ny appreciation of tho elauso .oontolnod In bbliolee. Had it not boon for this would bosn lofltt Buttara failnd to pcy hla prtalua in full nhon of I mil always yout Company.tp" flaniina Assurance Canada HEAD TORONTO J.B. Wiikie, District, Manager, S3-p. Obcrn. Corp., JJapt, P, Boston. U. 3. A. There are many imitaV tions of this best of all fly killers. Ask for be you get ana disappointment. Tafccr, Aug. Talxr Agricul- tural Society at a meeting of its di- rectors held yesterday in Secretary Sundal's oilicc, to abandon fall fair for this year. Tliry look t the stand thnt owing tn the toUd failure of Ihe crops, and also (o of funds in the treasury; that it. I would he felly to hold one this yrar. j On Sunday morning, while Mr. Per-; tcouK-was driving liis wifi-, and and ;Mrs, J. Sender to the latlcr'sj far in, ia piissint; school he struck a rock, throwing all out.' The iaai'.'s anil himself ii'.iKtaiiit'd severe injuries, Mr. Sealer was lucky to escape wiUiout a scratoii. The Ktceriiu' rod, wJp.tlsliicld, and otli- j _portions of the uuloiiiubile wore j Iradly damaged. It appears that this' rock .has laUl for years side the trail and someone must hava rolled it there ilurinjj; the dsy. The accident a1' dusk, and Mr. JJort-eouii had not considered it dark i enough to light his lamps. .'In the week the main building of the Agricultural Soch-ty .on'the fair grounds was "vcrely and moved at Irast ofi its AIEMHEUS IlUAllV practically a tnan: the Tnhcr Detachmcnli of the l.ethhridp Bat- to vnluhkcr their ser- vices in case of ,war. Some oi the mtn have already writ- COFFEE and BAKING POWDER; Blue Ribbon perfection attained by years ol careful study. There Is no "just as fiood" Inaist oh Blue Ribbon Coffee, Tea. Baking Powder, Splcea, Jelly Powders and Extracts. They are snar- antccd to give perfect ten in their applications to Major arc on ReSfetvo SUwartT the' cllicer commanding. forces have received rr Our meals are wholesome, satisfying and with all, served nicely. You'll have an ap- petite if you dine at Oyster and Chop House. 210 5th STREET, SOUTH ;