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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'FREE BUi'TO .ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hotel In m Albert. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHMlMM The Dallw Hotel Mtit The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. OP, Rusk's Chick Food I. A'PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG for aamplee and be coavlaced. Made Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBHICXJE, ALBERTA, Ton MB obtain this food from the following dealers: ylor Milling Elevator Co., Ellison Milling Elevator Ofc, 'AJta. LethbrMge, trnjlor Milling" Elevator Co., Medicine' Hat Millins Co., Netaon, B. O. dne Hai, Aita. Pacific Grain Cal- X. SfacdonaW Co., Letfcbridge, fary. Aita. ..Ogihre .Milling Co, Ltd., cine Hat, Aita. Crown Feed Produce Co., .Calgary, Alta. Hobin Hood Mills, Calgary, MARKETS EIONALDSQNUNE: EUROPE From From Montreal FTom Glasgow -Saturday. SAILINGS Saturday. Aug. ..Aug. 1 22. Aug. S 'Aug. t29...'. .Aug. 15 Letitia......Aug. 22 One class (U.) cabin and third' class-carried: AH steamers large, .twin-screws and up to-date. Tick- ets can be obtained from any Rail- way Steamship or H. E. LIPMAN, General Agent. Main Street, Winnipeg. War Bulletins Since 4 P. M. THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS -'Winnipeg, Man., Axis- wheat maiket opened 1 to I1- lower oats, -3S1 flax 3 to 6 cents high- er. quiet, and'in sencetof selling pressure, prices .ad- opening to 3% for wheat, and at aoon October -was 107 aiid December Liverpool mar- ket is closed indefinitely. The cash demand continues good for Xos 1, 2 and 3 Northern wheat, but offerings are few, buyers being principallj hous- es -with eastern connections. ;The weather map shows much cool- er temperatures all over the ST- eragins around 75 nuramum and 45 Jv minimum, but not one nngle point re- j Monte3Onian mK mg ere irom cords ram I GlJsgdw tddij s truck by a gun Oats and flax made good stot at tlie entrance to the Ruer jjvmnipeg -wheat opened. 1 to m IOA-J !he shell went through her er'TOid closed to "314 higher; Has! tjowsi opeiied 3 to 6 higher, and closed j to higher. London, Aug. "police todaj Minneapolis wheat opened lower I visited the London branch of the higher, and closed 2% to 2U Deutsche Bsnk and removed all the ligiiar. gold from the vaults. Chicago opened to 19a lower and lossd H to 1% higher. Lcndcn, Aug. French em- Cash wheat opened 2U to high- frassy in Louden was advised tonight er- cash oats 3 to higher; cash j that the Austrian ambassador at St. Parley No. 4 14. higher. Petersburg has asked for his pass- ports, Austria-Hungary .regarding herself in a state of war with Rus- An Extra Fine Lot of Blueberries arrived this morning besides a few -Red liaspbcvrios. Blackberries or ThimbU-bomes arrive Thursdays and Saturdays al noon and the ones wt had yesterday werc-certahily fine- B. C. Cucumbers, both (he lursjc and pickling, arrive almost daily by express. Washington Cantaloupes, are far superior in Jlavor and every way you. want to take them than Calil'ornias. arc now coming in and they have been fine. We are to lun e out more shipment of Bed Currants and Pie Cher- ries this eek some time, but e expect none after that. We have lied Raspberries and Blueberries arriving daily as long1 as the season is on. Phone 1271 JHE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 CITY AND DISTRICT Bow Island Rancher Howell Harris, the Bow-. Islam! rancher, is in the 011 Busi- ness, Look Who's Here F. S. Lefiingwell. M.P.P., of Warn- er; R. M. Dickinson of Coutts, George H. Countryman of ililk River...C. B. ilcLelland of Barons, and C. JM. Miles and Thomas Madsen of Granum are in the city today. War. This Chief Skelton says the war. is com- ing nearer home every minute of the time. In fact, .war.has.been declared in Lethbridge: went forth this morning- from the Chief Constable's office that if the citizens of Lethbridge did not get their sickles and scythes busy on the weeds within twenty-four hours, he> would' proceed to declare war ou the_ citizens. This means everybody who owns a back yard, a, front yard or a garden plot. There will be a run. on the supply of summons forms if this ultimatum is not: heeded, and the weeds in the city treated, as enemies from .this time hence. to. Inspections Wednesday: 85 cars, against 174 last year, and in sight were and closing nrices OE the 'local- grain -exchange were: Opea Close .October '104 101 104 -October October (November 139 140 141 Cfoslng Cash Prices :No. 1 Northern Nc. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern V0ati-i i No. 2 C. W Nc. 3 C. W. No. S Feed No. 3 ____ No. 4 Minneapolis Wheat Open Sentemher December 98 Chicago Wheat September Decem.ber 95 Vj May 103 56% 147 144 V 10954 107 45 42% Close 98 100% 01 'A OUR BROOMHALL CABLE Aug. market on is quoted this morning. The following are the prices compared with Saturday: No.' 2'Mar... wheat 126, against 120; No. 2 Hard Winter wheat against Australian wheat. 13631, against: No. 2 Red Winter wheat not quoted on Saturday. tf tf tf tf FORMER MINISTER' OF WAR T.O' FIGHT AS LIEUTENANT .4 Paris, A'ug. Mil- former French .Minister of War, volunteered today his service as- a lieutenant, the ;iQ> rank'-ho formerly held is the French Get a Look at This When you visit "the- Herald office in search of news from the seat of war, take a look at the sample of 1914 grain, displayed in the window. It is was raised ou summer fallow, and is as fine a sample as one would wish to see in this droughty season. Mr; Simpson may not be made a million- aire this fail when be sells, but if wheat continues to aviate he will have enough to keep, the wolf from the door. He is fortunate enough to pos- sess 640 acres of just as tine as the sample. -He estimates that it 'will run from 20 to 2o bushels to the acre. For Aching, Sore and Sweating Feet In summer -the feet ache, .perspire'1 arid" feel, damp and Cool shoes and thirr stockings help some but not enough. If you want Real Fool Comfort use EAS'EM Dust a. litr.le'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. 25c SPRINKLE TOP CANNISTERS The Red Cross Drug j Limited London, P. Premier Asquith today asked the House of Commons to vote a war credit of flve hundred million dollars and informed the members that Field BEATON'S 210 A 5th STREET SOUTH It will cost yon only ?2.00 a day, a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHING-BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The high cost oi' liv- ing solved by eating at. the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at ail 'hours Marshall Earl Kitchener wantcti-pow- er to increase the British 'array to fi.e hundred thousand On the new war minster's behalf the .Frem- iK: asked the House of Commons consent to this. has Aug. governor issued this proclamation "Great- Germany has invaded Belgium after an ultimatum .which was an outrage, lias proudly taken up the gauntlet ami the army will do its duty." Four thousand German residents have been expelled from the1 city. Washington, Aug. 6, American crops can and must move to Europe, That was the view expressed today by Secretary Red field of the Depart-! G; Commerce after a confer-} ence with Secretary Bryan. "The last thing we nzed worry said }Fz. Redneld, with em- phasis, "is getting our crops abroad. Europe must have our wheat or stane. Will she starve or will she provide means of transportation It Blackleg Vaccine Blackleg Pills f Blackleg Injectors Blackleg Outfits A fresh Supply Just Arrived The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 is up to the other fellow to provide Board of Health Today The Board of Health met in Liie Council Chamber this afternoon to discuss the proposed aid from the Do- minion government in the riddance of bovine tuberciriosis from the cows sup- plying tlie city with milk. Dr. Gam- van received -.vcrd from the Veterih- shir-s. Grain be-tied up lor a A IDW wccts but not permanently, just Iff D.rec or-Oeneral to commence an as soon as the question, of sunrcm- of the condition of. the question-ol supi acy on the seas is ,s3itlcd commerce will Have you. noticed the policy of Great Britain and Fr-nce as related in her naval or- ders It is to obtain control of the sea, at once." Peking, Aug. today pro- claimed her neutrality 'in connection with the Kuropean conflict. Washington, Aug. dip- lomatic dc.spatch'rs from con- firm Brussels reports of a heavy Ger- nii.n f.'ei'cat al Liege. The Germans were caught hctwccn dairies in the city. Rivals Her Daughter in Youthful Beauty A society matron whone youthful heauty is so well preserved that she is retarded as her daughter's rival in this she does not pose as her girl- ish complexion chiefly to two thfngB. She says: "I am convilined that many cosmet- ics, by overloading the akin and pores lend to age the Mercol- t_ were two lorls. mo aani-hilation ot some thora to breath aml dead IMjlan troops in a furious of iver.vli: lining German forces also was repoilcd. London, Aug. have hecn here statina; that Sir Kd- ward Gosr-hcii, Ilritish p.mhassador at Berlin, ami his. staff, have arrived in Denmark. London, Aug. German traw- ler captured hy a Hritish war- Nhlit thp'Urkncy (o the north of Scf.tlanii 'today.'She is be- j lifted to havi> hPCn spy- 1 f'nrrtor found Ijoaitl. purticles of cuticlo which are con- stantly appearing and which give th'e complexion that faded look. When- ever my skin begins to get the least bit off-color, muddy or tanned, I go to my druggist's for an ounce of mer- coliml wax; I apply this nightly, like cold cream, for a week or so, wash- ing-it off mornings. This is what kcops my complexion so fresh, white and even during the tryhig days of summer. "The abftonne of wrinkles and flaib- blness J owes, to the use of a. simple face bath prejinrcd by dissolving one ounce'of powdered paxollto In a half Lint wilHi hazoi. This kciaps slilii 'tight' and Register. CITY AND DISTRICT Returned from' East T. R. Milligan, the proimaent Raley farmer, has returned from a visit to Minneapolis, where he called ow- ing to the il'iness of his mother. Mormon Special Arrives The 'special excursion train "from Utah, which has come to be an annua! affair, arrhed in the city this morning at 7-S5, after combing its burden of people to KdMuond, Jlagrath and Card- ston one hundred passengers were on board, the majority of them detraining in the south'. President Joseph F. Smith of the Mormon church, did not accaiupd.ii> ial, but is expected to arrhe tomor- row, as he is scheduled to speak at. Cardston on Saturday and Sunday and on Monday and Tuesday. Six Months' Hard-Labor ;Alhert Elliott, who recently com- pleted a term of fifteen .days here for anfl who was sentenced a short time ago to six weeks from -Mac- leod for-theft, was sent up to the pro- vincial jail this a term of six. months for theft by'Police Magis- Elliott maintained that le had relieved a drunken friend-of iis hard earned in'order to pro- tect him, hut the "friend" was not quite so inebriated as Elliott believed, and when he discovered that his money had been taken started an up- roar. The magistrate lectured Elliott roundly for allowing his aged and pal- sied mother to support him. Prosecution Under Weed Act John Davidson of Coaldale appeared jefore .Inspector, Lindsay and >A. E. Humphries, J.P., at the barracks yes- terday afternoon, to answer to a charge of .-disregarding the Noxious tVeeds Act, the information being laid by'E. J. Taylor, weed inspector at Ihin.. Mr. 'Davidson denied the alle- gation, but was fined ?10.00 and costs. Mr. Davidson claimed that he had cut and burned the weeds in question, vhich w'ere Russian thistles, but tlmt hey had grown again, and that lia lad no notification, regarding the sec- ond crop, and was, therefore, not lia- )le. He also claimed that the mower racks could still be Feen on the land n question. He will appeal the cass. Price of Bread Remains' Same The price of bread will not go up. 3o say the bakers, and they ought to mow. This will be good news' to the housewives of Lethbridge. Prices will remain the same until the price of 'lour advances sufficiently to warrant an increase in the price of the staff life. One of the bakers in the city made the statement to the Herald that bread, would have advanced before this f the bakers hud been organized. The other bakers in the city take very strong .exception to this statement, claiming that an advance of 2f. cents a hundred in flour does not warrant an advance in the price of their com- modity, for if the price was increased, t would necessarily have to go to at east ten cents, or the weight of the oaf wouiu.-have-to-be varied to suit the present price, Unless Hour ad- vances further, the price of the good old loaf will still te five cents, tlio cheapest in the west right here in Lethlirfdge. The wheat market is in a very excited state. The mllterc are looking for another advance this af- ternoon, and the nreserit price, holds firm, the' prico of flour will go up an- other step, either this afternoon or to- morrow. October 'wheat was off 3 to 4 points this but junipcs ,-t noon, to and shortly after to BRITISH FLEET-AT STARLAND TOMORROW -Tomorrow will be a day long to be. remembered by Starland patrons. The entire British fleet, which is now bat' tling for the honor or Great Britain will be shown ia a remarkable set of beautiful colored views. Jt is need- less io say that the largest crowd which has ever attended a theatre Jn LothbrldgO; will bo al Sturland tomor- row.. Come and Ret acquainted with all ''the 'big Dreadnoughts. ItyJSIN ESS The high cost of living solved by eating at Dallas Cafe. Dinner from'12 to 8. 25 conla. Pic arid 10 cents'. Short orders at till hours. NOTICE The Health Officer still thinks we are worthy of tha name but on ac- count of ucilain suspicious regarding the source of part of our milk supply, we are ask- ed not to sell milk for a time. We are, how- ever, able to supply you with Ice Cream and Butter, guaranteed absolutely pure and 1 quality. The Milk Tickets now outstanding will be collected by The Western Dairy and The Sunnyside Dairy. THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH 'AVENUE Av.SOUTH: PHONE 1632 To the Citizens ofLetiibridge arid Consumers of The Herald lusl night slated that "the price of flour had riseii !Wc per barrel and that the price of bread .would have followed ere this had Hie BAKERS BEEN This is an unjustifiable slam at the Bakers of the city The real reason why bread lias not advanced yet is 1 because flour) lias not advanced enough to warrant an .increase in price of bread. We have-been in business in this city now for. over four-years, and we have always tried Io give the public (leal. is our intention to continue that policy DURING THE PRESENT EMERGENCY as well as when the emergency ,is over. We cannot promise you that the.price of bread will remain the same as now, but. we can, and (joi promise you that ol bread higher cost of our supplies We can only do business as'long as we have Ihe good- will of the Cilistens of Lethbridge, and it is nol our in- teution to do a'nylhing to forfeit that goodwill. I would like to draw the allenlion of the Citizens' of Lethbridge to (lie following fact, the City of'iJelhbriclge is only .vjly in Western Canada wlttjre bread-is only 5 cents per this cily had thaldisr lincli'on .for nearly two years now. JOHNGILMQRE The Baker of QUAKER BREAP ;