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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor But 11.25 n pay Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DP, Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKt (Write (or and bo convinced. Made bj Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Ton obtain this food from tie following dealers: Milling fe Elevator Co., Ellison Milling 4 Slevator Lsthbridse, AJta. Elevator Co., Tiylor Milling Netoen, B. C. Pacific Grain Co., Cal-. Campbell, Wilson ft Home, Lethbridge, Alta. Crowo Feed Calgary, Alta. Produce Co., Letibrldge, Medicine Hat Milling Co., Mail- cine Hat, Aita. ii..MaodoBal4 t Co., Alta. Ogikle Milling Co., Ltd, oloe "Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calsarj, Pick up the Load Again The start of every week' brings to the busy house- wife all the old problems and some new ones. We can banish all your food except cooking and serving. PHONE 1657 LET US HELP YOU PHONE 1657 (Donaldson's Old Stand, Duff Addition) B. C. Sugar, 20 pound sack New Potatoes, 7-pounds for -25c Canadian Cheese, per pound ......-----.....------20c Dairy Butter, per pound 25c; 4 pounds for......... -90c New Laid Eggs, per dozen .30c Blue Ribbon Tea, 3 pounds for Jnglish Breakfast Bacon, per pound Swift's Lard, 3 pound pail, 50c; 5-pound pail......7gc Corn 3 packets for Shi-aided 2 packets for PafEed Wheat Rice 2 for Robin Hood Rolled Oats Per package IOC 2.f 25c 25c 25c 25c 15c CANNED GOODS >l AM 3 for 40C Corn, Peas and Beans 2 for 2 for '2 for.......... .for 25e 45c 45c 3Se CENTRAL CASH GROCERY Corner 8th Street and 9th Aye. S., Lethbridge. ABSOLUTELY PURE Rocky Ford Cantaloupes, Blackberries inS Pickling Cucumbers are ;ill coming in plenlil'uli.v now mul pwcps arc very ieiisonublc. For lite week-end wo expect to lia've tliu following: basket '.....15c pounds for .1-. .36b'.' RED basket ..'lac: Forties, (inest flavored Cantaloupes gro.wn. Price v each i. i.. PICKLING week we expect a large shipment. Price per pound o............15c LARGE 3 and 4 for basket .BARTLETT basket ...50c BLUE PLUMS- Per basket ........50c CORN ON THE dozen ...35c HOT IIOL'SE ib..20c COLD Boiled Ham, Sliced, Per Ib..... .40c Ox-Tongue, Sliced, per Ham Loaf, Sliced, per.Ib.......35c' Corned Reef, Sliced, per tb... ,.40c Office: Phonel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Max.- ;85 74 Min. ,55 -52 -5'4 G4 -i" -51 60 61) 54 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, cloudy.; raining'- Medicine Hat, fair .....-92- Macleod, clear.- S4 Red Deer, clouds'..'.. .75 Saskatoon, 'SO Regina.......... 80 ,73 The weather has been mostly lair and has been, cooler in Manitoba and parts of Saskatchewan and northern Alhertai Forecast- Manitoba and 'Saskatchewan- Fresh southeast -winds; fair and warm; a few local thunderstorms. winds; cooler, with a few local showers. CITY AND DISTRICT C. P. R. Men .Visit City E. Officer, travelling passenger .ag- ent oE the C. P. R., is iii the city on a periodical visit. R. claims agent, was here yesterday. Bulletins Buletms "will :oe announced by the Herald in front, of the office again to- night. Two thousand people heard I the' bulletin's lastinlshX- Should any 1 0V9r- ttS wire an "Extra" TrilL be. issued. Luncheon in Honor ,of Justice Arrangements are being made by the entertainment committee of the Board of Trade for a luncheon in acncr oriir. Justice Iveaj who was re- ently elevated to the position of Su- preme Court judge- .Mr. Hayr lias he matter in hand. The luncheon will held week from today, Friday, 14, at the Lethbridge Hotel, at 1.15 p.m. A limited number of tic- cets are being printed. They may be obtained from Mr. Hayr. We make our own Ice Cream ami use only the Highest Grade Cream and oilier materials. Nothing injurious used. Try it. BOYD'S CHOCOLATES Regular GOc. Saturday spec- ial, per pound............40c Pears, per dozen .......25c The Qlympia Confectionery Under New Managemt-nl. Crist Bros., Prop. Too Much Liquid Cheer Cne drank appeared in police court this r.nci was let oti on sus- pended sentence. COOL DELiQOUS SUMMER DRINKS BEATON'S 210 A 5th STREET SOUTH .A Mark of Respect Ftegs in-the city arc flying today at half-mast as a mark of respect to the late Mrs. Wpodrow AVilson, wife of the President of the United States, wh died It will cost you only S2.00 a day, a week to spend your vacation Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. For Aching, Sore and Sweating Feet In "summer" the feet ache, perspire and.ifeel damp and uncomfortable. Cool shoes and thiri'stodSings help some but not .enough. II you waut Real Foot Conii'ort use EAS'EM Dust a little Eas'em In the shoes, sprinkle-some on -the stocking.' Absorbs mois- perspiration -to a ".large extent. Then the feet are comfortable, do not SPRINKLE TOP CANNISTERS 25c CITY AND DISTRICT Local Schools'. Good Showing ethbridge schools made an excel- lent: showing in the Grade VIII. Der partmental" examinations, results of which appear today. Joe Hop believed to be the first Chinese, stud- entin..the province to take the" en- trance was successful. Musicians'-Picnic Sunday Bandmaster Cline announces that the will .hold their, annual picnic on the River Bottom ion Sunday-afternoon. Refreshments will be provided, and no cost will he at-" tacbed. Every member of the union well as their friends and are .invited to attend. united Third Ant. Trinity Church Anniversary Concert The concert in connection with the Trinity church anniversary passed off successfully on Wednesday ev- ening, when every available seat was occupied. Commissioner Reid presid- ed until about nine o'clock, when he was called away to another engage- ment, and his place was taken by Mr. J. R. Oliver. Both gentlemen made excellent chairmen. The Rev. A. G. Cameron extended the greetings of Knox church congregation and of the Presbytery of Macleod. and in a short address, complimented the congrega- tion upon, the work already done, and prophesied eVen greater progress in .he uturo. Mrs. two well- applauded recitations in a dialect dear to many of the audience, who hail from Caledonia. Then Mr. A. J. ir- followed with a delightful recita- tion, and Messrs. Owen and Stott sang the .duet, "Watchman, What of, the Night" with much power and ex- pression. The-bagpipes were well to .he fore, Mr. Pyfe glvlng'a selection at the beginning of the concert and Mr. Moore another at the close, while not the least interesting among the sword dance, excellent interpretations of which were given by Mr. full costume, Mr. Moors accompanying with the pipes. Even the Englishmen appreciated and -applauded. Mr. put- ton gave two excellent recitations, and it is dificult to' say which of the two were most warmly aplauded. Mr. M. F Lamisfield, who "was born under a flag at present the emblem of a liostile country, evoked much applause when In Ms cornet, selection rendered The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHINQ BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS some, o our own patriotic airs, -wind Ing up with a oar o the National An- them. S. Stott gave a violin selection and Mr. Owen sang a solo in his iiBual fine style; while, In tile present nm- times. Mr. Stott's rendering of Veteran's War Song" seemed ex- ceptionally apropriate. Tho whole programme was excellently carried through and- thoroughly enjoyed, and when the pastor called for an expres- sion of thanks to all who Iiad helped, tile applause was hearty and prolong- ed. The singing of Save the King" brought to a close the first nn- ot this churc'i, and the mem- dispersed to'start a new-page III Its history. At Home-and Abroad. You don't need an Arm- strong Gun for the home battle. "Bug Fhiish" does the trick. Design- ed for Bed Bugs, it is a great "persuader" for all sorts of insects. With "Guii" attached 35c TELEPHONE NO. 322 Look Who's Here Sonie of the visitors in the city to- day are J. Parr .of the Alberta Pacific Grain. Co.; F. J. Smith, Nanton: C. Barons, Warner; C. B. Prosser, Milk River; I.. W- Buttle. Calgary; F. 'H. Peters, of the Irrigation branch, Caf- U. C..T.-S Picnic Tomororw "U. Gee Tees" "'Ml hold their an- nual picnic tomorrow at Nolail's Cross- ing. The commercial1 men-are'too well known--as entertainers to need any comment, "and- everyone who attends the. picnic tomorrow will be convinced of this fact. Automobiles will leave the I.O.O.F. cornel1 at -0.30. This is the annual day .off. and-a expected. An Economical Shed Vice-President Bury of the Canad- ian Pacific; quiring one or nis recent visits to observed that straw sheds were in use in some parts.-Feel- ing that this was the most economical way for the farmer to house his stock and machinery, Mr. Bury designed a very satisfactory straw shed. The plans are at the office of the Board of Trade and copies may be had from the secretary, Mr. Hay. WHtN IN LITMM He Dallw Hotel It BMI and Mott O tout PIMM to Tho inner part of the wheat berry' ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful rigllancc of most competent millers. NOTICE Tho Healtli Officer still thinks we are of the but on ac- cownt of certain suspicions regarding the source of part of-our milk supply. e arc ask- ed not to sejl milk for a time. We are, how- over, able to supplj A ou with Ice Cream and Butter, both guaranteed absolutely pure and No. 1 quality. Thp.Milk Tickets now outstanding vrill be collected by The Western Dairy and The Siumvside Daily. THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. _CIFTH_AVENUErA SOUTH. PHONE 1632 Dangerous Fire" at: Staffordyille A fire, which threatened the nhwe of StaffordviUe, brofce out yesterday ii the -house belonging to Steve Pln- cHak, at 49 John street. Both stations to the alarm and soon got the ;ire under -although the high "Get Acquainted" Trip-to Noble Jn Wednesday, August 12, Leth- bridge Board of .Trade will make an automobile trip to Mr. Noble's farm, tour the surrounding district, and visit Mr. Mlebach's farm at Monarch. The schedule: Leave Lethbridge Hotel, 1.30; arive Noble's farm, 3 p.m.; leave Noble's farm, 4 p.m.; arrive Mie- bach farm, 5p.m.; return for home, 0 p.m. Chairman Arthur Hayr wishes those who contemplate the trip to hand In their names at once. More Light for Lowing Klne At the Board of Health meeting yes- terday afternoon, Dr. ,M. Gallivan, of the Dominion Veterinary branch, im- pressed the need of proper light; iiim ventilation in the dairy stable's in the south, as one of the things that should no watched in the campaign to. elimin- ate' bovine tuberculosis in this dis- iive [10t tile least mLereaiuig nccrpsqivp Death of Mrs. Ferguson On Wednesday evening, August 5, in this city, occurred the death of Isa- bella Ferguson, beloved 'wife of Doug- las Ferguson of Nobleford, residing on Section -1 of 11-32. Besides her husband; Mrs. Ferguson is survived by three daughters; Mrs. R. Davey of Butte, Mont; Mrs. George, and Mrs. Whitney of Noblet'ord, and two sons, Douglas, jr., and Robert, both of Noble- ford and two brothers Robert and George Todd of Nobleford. Deceased was a devout worker and member of the local Salvation Army corps, and the funeral will be held in the Citadel "oh Sunday, August at 2.30 o'clock. Interment will be in the local public cemetery. minion government would aid any community desiring to-protect itself. Dr. GaMivan pointed out that the re- quired amount of light was, according to the regulations, two square feet to each cow. 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 CALL TO ARMS FORLOCAL BELGIANS The following Important mes- sage from Calgary to The Herald carls on local Belgians to report to the Belgian Consul at Calgary: "Please announce In your pa- per that there is a general mob- ilization in Belgium, and that reservists are called back. They have to report themselves at once to R. Plrmcz, Belgian Consul, Cal- gary, wh-tre Instructions will be given. General amnesty has been accorded. (Signed) "fl. PIRMEZ, "Belgian Consul." ,-wind gave them a figUt. Every in the building was afire. Off to 'Peg E. U. Ilylands lias gone to Winni- peg on a business trip. FARM MACHINpY For Sale at Bargain Prices The following Sodond Hand ImplemcnU, which are In gocd repair. 8-ft. McCorraick Binders., Deeving Ideal Giant 'Mower. WcLor Gears (almost new.) "Gliatliam Wagon Gears. Bc'ttendprf Truck. Wagon ;Boxes. McGorniick Disc Harrows. Decring Disc Harrow. 3_22- Wheel Gombination Lautl raokers. 16- Wheel Gombinatioji. Land iPackers: 24-inch. 'Oliver Low-Lift (Jang. V 28-iiich Oliver Gang. l_28-i.iicli I'. 0. High-Lift Gang. 20-inch.' Dowden Potato Digger.-; i_No. 3 P. 0. Potato Digger. No. 2 Corn King. Manures Spreader. 7% ft. 'Cultivator. l_lolfi. Dcering Hay Bake. Sections Lever'Harrow. .At prices which I am quoting this list will last but a short Therefore come early and make your selection. ALLEN JACK At I. II. C. BUSINESS LOCALS Tlie higli cost ot living solved by oatlng at the Dallas Cnfo. Dinner Trom 12 to 8, U5 IMe and Corfccj 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. The Southern Alberta W0I 610 Eighth Street South. All broken Machinery, Cost Ifoif, Steel, In fact everything made as good as new by tha j" Oxy-Acetylene Welding a ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY Give us a Don't throw your brokoi'i We cnn repair U at small cost. ;