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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN Tbe Dallas Uo it the Bent and Most lent PltM "A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG (Writs for samples and Tie convinced. Made by Baylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. Ton obtain tais food from.the following deala-i: Ellison Milling alevator Ot, LetJibridge, Mciichia Hat Milling Co., ciue Hat, Alts, !i. MacdoniW Co., Alta. Ltd., Medi- Tajlor Mlfting Elavitor Co., Lethbridge, Alia, Milling. Co., Nelson, B. C. Pacific Grain Co., Cal- cur. Alta. Home, LethSridse, Alta. Produoa Co, Crown Calgary, Alta, OgiWe Milling Co., AHa. Robin Hood Mills, Calsary, Respiration of Births Notice is hereby given to parents and others-that me Registration of all Births in the City of Lethbridge is re- quired-by-law, and must beraade within one month from dale, of Birth. Anyone failing to do So is liable to prosecution and fine. C.-.B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrars Office, Acailia Building, 3rd Avenue S. It Trill, cost TOU. only S2.00 a flay, S1S.OO a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B- C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING j__ TENNIS COURTS. _ The Mgli cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Full Dinner from 12to8 Pie and 1 A Coffee -iU 25c Short Orders at all hours KESP CQQL 7R.Y OUR, DELICIOUS 210 A 5th STREET SOUTH Musiciano' Picnic Tomorrow The Musicians' Union -tfill hold (heir picnic at the river bottom'to- morrow, weather permitting. Meet at the band room to leave at one o'clock. LET US .DO YOUR Develop! and I I are fully prepared and equipped to-do Developing, print- ing and enlarging .of 'all pliolo- grapbic work; Our charges are most reasonable and everything is guaranteed, to be first class promptly. Bring your views to us. Depend upon us as the. camera store where every point of developing and -.prlctlng is" thoroughly under- stood and praptisecJ. Justice v.ull be done to the vievrs you take when vve "develop and print for you. Jackson Co. 'Chemists Rocky Ford Cantaloupes, Blackberries and Pickling Cucumbers arc all coming in plentifully now and prices For the week-end expect to have the b.isket .....15c pounds tor ...35c RED ,15c Fordes, iinost flavored Cantaloupes grown. .Price each loc PICKLING week expect a large shipment Price per pound................'..-.. 15c LARGE 3 and 1 foi me reasonable. following: basket ............45c basket ...50c BLUE basket ........50c CORN ON THE dozen .35c HOT HOUSE Jb..20c COLD Boiled Ham, Sliced, Per Ib......40c Sliced, per Ib......6Sc Ham Loai, Sliced, per Ib......35c Corned per tb.....40c Office: Phonel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROqERIES Phone CITY AND DISTKICT Band Concert Tomorrow The City Band will play: in Adams Park tomorrow niglit, weather per- mitting, at S.30. Singer. Man Here H. jrerrlck of the Singer Sewing Madras Co, is in the city from St Paul. Returns to Lethbridge Ed. Kennedy returned from On- tnrio and other eastern points last evening. Mr. Price Goes South Howard Price, who is associated with Mr. Segnr, and'with several other influential oil men, passed thioughjhe city last nisht en route from "Calgary to his home in Great Falls. C. P. R. to Aid Farmers? Mr Keen? outside inspector tor the Katural Resources department of the C. P. R., was in the city yester- day. Mr. Heeny is looking over crop conditions and will prepare a report for the C. P. R. It is hinted that the railway has some scheme of aiding the farmers who -have no crop, tut the Herald could obtain nothing con- cerning the matter. 200 Newsboys Selling Heralds These are joyous .times for the kid- Probation Officer Lamb has practically suspended the curfew, and as long as the children behave as they should, they ' allowed to be out at night until 10. o'clock. Every child who has been seen_on the streets af- ter nine during the past few nights, has had the special permission oMhe probation nfffrier. Many of the boys have availed themselves of the oppor- tunity of making a little spending money by selling the Herald extras. AH the hoys are. licensed, and Mr. Lamb reported this morning that over itwo hundred toys had taken out U- j censes to Sell newspapers. NEW SPECIAL SCALP TREATMENT l SHAMPOOING MASSAGING and Speuce 5TH ST. S. SOMETHING NEW NYAL'S FACE-CREAM CITY AND DISTKICT Buys Fine Steers R. Coultry brought in a carload of and a. car of choice wether mutton from Cardston, ytster- day Delightfully, Perfumed A Wonderful Emollient; Perfectly, Antiseptic. In addition to being a frag- rant and invigorating cleans- er for toilet, hath and nurs- ery uses, the antiseptic and emollient qualities of this soap prevent inflammation, irritation and clogging of the pores of tie skin. Price 25c a Cake The Red Gross Drug 1 Book Co., Limited At Home and Abroad. You don't need an Arm- strong Gun for the borne battle. itjp Spcclsl Agents for LADIES' HOME .JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL BORCHERT ADJUST. ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Calgary, Alberta High Class Residential and Ow. School for Thorough" preparation for U.nivcraltits or Commercial Careers. A Primary Department, 7 10 years. I Next term begins September 15th. j For 'all Information apply to the PrlncVial, REV. CANON HAVE'S. Celt and Saxon 'Mix It A miniature imtUe, the circumstan- ces surroirndins v.'hich T.-are siir.Har j to the first outbreak on the other cide. was enacted last- nUUt in North Lcthbridgc. A German reservist ani! an English reservist got tansiod lip j in an argument over the armament of j their respective countries. They asreed to d'sugrae to such an extent that the Englishman said he would settle it when the two met in Ger- many. "We'll settle it right said the Celt. "All said the Sax, and with that he waded into the Kaiser's subject with both hands, v.-as not stated whether the German was taken to the hospital or buried. The Englishman didn't want to fight, but when he was forced to protect his :ionor, he soon nnlshed the German, that what is going to happen to der Kaiser? Transferred to Helena p. better known as one of the -mainstays of .lie LethbridBe ball club during the past three years, and who. has been employed at the local office of the International Harvester Co., has been to the Helena, Montana, office ot the company, and will leave next Tuesday to take ills new posi- tion, which is in the nature ot a pro- motion, for he will assume the title of assistant cashier. "Seldy" -has a- host of friends in the baseball world, as well as in the common outside world, and all will regret his going. He has endeared himself to the heart of every, fan In Lethbridse by his spec- tacular and clever playing at short' stop, third base, catcher, and in fact at most any old jiuaiUuii Cue dia- mond. The members of the I. H. C. staff this morning presented him with a handsome club bag as a token of regard andfmempry. BORN 2ml, to Mr, and lira. W..B. JHttord, a son. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost or ;ltvlng solved by eating, at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to R, 26 cento. Pie and fioffcu 10 cents. Short' orders'at all hours. docs the frick. Design- ed for Bed Bugs, it is a great "persuader" for all sorts insects. With 35c, License Commissioners Here C.--JSayne of Banff, T. W. ilcKerr cher.of'Olds, and Forstehof Ed- monton, liquor license "commissioner, the city today, registered at the Letiibridge. New York Visitors -3.1r. and .Mrs. C. A. Van Arsdalc and little daughter, Vera, arrived yester- day from Castele, New York, to spend some veeks with Mr. and Sirs, Alex- ander Smith, Stir St. S. Hygienic Dairy Explains The management of. the -Hygienic it known that owing to suspicions regarding part of the source iriilk supply they are asked'not to sell milk only for a short time. They can, however, supply patrons with, but- ter arid ice-cream. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 The Consul of France at Jlontreal informs .the mobilizable French citi- zens that .the general mobilization has ordered. Consequently all the French citizens have to.act according to the instructions contained in their military book, and 'to leai'e for France through the short- est way "without waiting, for any'indi- Those v.'ho have not suf- ficient .funds tc leave ?Jiali receive a at the nearest station on producing to the ticket, agent their ffiiliiaiv-booit, and shall apply to the General Consulate in Montreal, where they shall, by authentic certificate, prove they lacked the necessary funds to join their corps, ant! where they shall receive instructions. 'The'iaobilizafole French citizens who lljare in this latter situation-shall wnit, nevenheiess, before leaving for ?.Ion-' treal, for a further notification which shall be published in the newspapers through the consular authority. In the present circumstances, where the very existence of our country is fit stake, there is no doubt that each and every French citizen will fulfil his duty.- THE CONSUL, GENERAL. Per L. Raynaud, Manager of v the General Consulate. August 1914. Try a Sack Then You'll Know Cream MADE FROM PURE RICH CREAM ill at smooth, rich, velvet taste, "with jtisfc tlie riaht iltn or. It is delicious. THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. PHONE-1632 NO ARMISTICE .'Brussels, Aug; g.-'Via ewspaper; aro assured from official sources that'no. decision has London, Aug. 7 1 Von Law very, an American, who arrived iii London today from CrennanJY assert- ed thai he saw a sources that-no. decson as c a ie sa a with regard to the request oil from a train under tho'Suspicion that the andi he was a spy and shot on the sli- morfovcr that the'battle at Licgo is tion platform at Essen; in-the jires- continuing. of a11 lho Passengers Death of Mrs. P.lmm The death' occurred last night of. Mrs. John Pimm, wife, of John Pimm, 613 16th St. N. The deceased' lady was one ot Lethcridge's old-timers, and left four daughters and three sons to mourn her loss. The funeral ill he held at 2.30 o'clock on 'Monday afternoon to St. .Mary's church. EMPRESS Aji Extra Special TONIGHT W A R-2 Volunteers! .All who are interested in the European conflict To Attend A Lecture to Be delivered In The Galedonian Hall 7TH ST. SOUTH, On August 9th AT 7.30 "Human Governments Doomed; their Over- throw a matter of Divine Revelation. A Uni- versal Empire in the Hands of Christ." .BY.'MR.' SIDriEY'T. .BATS.FORD SEATS FREE QUESTIONS INVITED NO COLLECTION For Sale at Bargain Prices The following. Sscond Hand Implements, which are in good repair. Binders. peering Ideal Giant 'Mower. Wcbcr- Gears (almost: cibatliam Wagon Gears. flettendorf Truck. Wagon Boxes. i__l50-ljusliel .Grain Tank. -McCorniick Disc Disc Harrow. Land Coiubiiia'tion Land Packeis. l__24-in61i: Oliver Txnv-Lift Gang. High-Lift Gang. 0.. High-Lift Gang, Dowdcn Potato Digger. 3 0. Potato Digger. King Manure Spreader. ft. Gultivator. Hay Rake. liSI T TT fiiwrr Harrow. At prices which I, am quoting .this list will last but a short tlmt. Therefore come early ;and make your selection. JACK At I. Building, Lethbridge. ENDING The Southern Alberta Welding 610 Ei'ahth Street South. .All brolren IMchinery.'iCant Iron, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Steel, in foot everything inaflo as good .as. now by lho Welding-Process ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Olvo us a1 irlnl. Don't i.hrow your broken mnclilnpry. away. Wo can repair it (it small R. C. ;