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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRCf BUG TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Beit a Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETMtRIMI The Dalits Hotel and Mott A FBRFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG .Write for eamplei and be convinced. Mado Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LtTHBRIDGE, ALBBR'TA. Ten obtain this food from the following dealers: Taylor Mining Elevator Co.. Lethbridse, Alta. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Nelfon, B. 0. .Alberta Paciflo Grain Co., Cal- fary, Alta. Campbell. Wilson Home, Crown Calgary, Alta, Produce Co., Ellison Milling b Bergtor Cfc. Letlibridgo, Altm. Medicine Hat Milling Modl- cine Hat, Alta. A. Jlaedonald fi Co., LeOibrMis, Alta. OsllTie Milling .Co., Ltd, Robin Hood Mills, Calsary, Alts. Registration of Births Nolic'e is hereby given to parents and others that the Registration of all Births in the City of Lethbridge is re-, quired by law, and must be made within one month from date of Birth. Anyone failing to do so is liable to prosecution and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's Office, Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. .It will costmyou .only a day, a week to spend your vacsdoa at Hotel Outlet -Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the' Koofeaays FISHING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The high cost of liv- ing- solved by eating Dallas Cafe Fi-ii Dinner from 12168 Fie and 1 Coffee lUC Short Orders at all hours LET US DO YOUR Developlny and Printing We- are fully prepared and equipped to do developing, print- ing rind -enlarging of all nhoto- gn-phie work. Our charges are most 'reasonable and everything -is guaranteed to be first class and delivered, promptly. Bring your vicivs to us. Depend upon us as the camera store where ever? point of developing and printing is thoroughly under- stood and practised. Justice will be rfone to the views you take when we develop and print for you. Jackson I Co. Dispensing Chemists MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES nrnjc" 10. Opening and do Pfr p itc Oct Oats 'Oct. today were 1.05} l.Oli 1.13} -181 4 C ,SH PIMC'BS 1 .Yor. X0. Nor. l.llj Xo. 3 Nnr. I.07J Xo. .j, 55 C 1ICAOO Wheat- Sept.......... 9-1! Due. May 1.071 PAI'OLIS Sepf. ........1.03 "Dec. 1.051 OBJ OUR BRObMHALL CABLE Liverpool, Aug. values n wheat were, advanced about Id tor Ociober, and 54 d. to Id. for December with speculative support, owing to the continued firmness in spot, firmness of cargo offers, and unfavorable Can adian crop news, and strength in Am erica on Saturday. There is a strong 'eeilng here that condition win so just themselves that there will shipments of grain to the United Ki .dom and French ports in the early'fut- ure. Stocks everywhere are light and demand most urgent. The spot mar- ket for hard winter is up N'o. 2 Jted- winter higher, and Xo. 1 Manitoba ill. higher. j In Franco harvesting and threshins Is being done on a very limited scale, >r owing'to scarcity of labor, and the weather is generally wet. Stocks are i, I "8ht- 'i'j In Italy harvesting is progressing I rapidly, and the outlook is for a fair crop of uncertain quality. Liverpool decrease, for the week. Buenos Ayres leports weather un- favorable, it being, warmer and 'ivet. I 1.05} 5J 1.07J- BIRKENHEAD MARKET Liverpool, Aug. Co. report that Hie'Birkenhead mar- ket-for cattle steadier in tone to- day at the prices last quoted. IHRINOI ssaaarca am, xv B.C. Ripe Tomatoes and Cucumbers arc now on Iho market more plentifully mid by (he end of this week prices should be icasonublo. We firming thice limes a week. Order now it' jou want them good and ui the best pupe. A liny Blueberries arrived today; and we hope to have some more on Wednesday, but cannot giininntcc'lhcin as the season is nbout over. We are to have a shipment'of Red Cherries tomorrow. Place 'your order il jon .some. We expect no more this soison. We have a full supply of BARTLETT PEARS, PEACHES, BLUE PLUMS, CAN- TALOUPES and B. C. CELERY. Commencing Wednesday we will, have daily shipments of B. C. Cucumbers and Tomatoes. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 CITY AND DISTRICT Sanitary Inspector III J. T. Vallance, sauitar.v inspect- oror, lias been very ill -with gastritis since Wednesday last. C, P. R. Makes Changes The C.P.R. has taken off the trains between.' Medicine Hat, and Swift Current and "between Medicine Jiat and Eassano. The parlor car ser- vies on trains No. 511 and 512 between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge has been discontinued. Doesn't Apply to Saskatchewan The C.P.R. has notified the Alberta ;overnment that .the reduced rate for larvesters cannot be extended to Saa- istchewan. .The general passenger -gent of the C P R eiymuicu tud ;anyjs -posiiiuri" in the following mes- age: "Cannot make reduced rate from 4Jherta to points in Saskatchewan for arm laborers, as there are sufficient unemployed in Saskatchewan to take are of their own. crops." High School Promotion Examinations Grade IX. to Grade Bouiton, Cascaden, W. Dunham, M. Ford, M. Veeburger, F. Hagell, C. Brewrtnk, C. 'ullerton, M. Gordon, K. Grier, K. Grant, A. Gilmer, E. Mutton, T. Home, H. Hamilton, A. Jones, R. Maxwell, H. Iain K. Mason M. O'Hagan, .7. Robi- on. JI. RoSMson, -E. Richards, S. Reid, t. Skeith, D. Sang, H. Simpson, 1. Imith L. Smith, N. Squires, 0. Wii- ams, L.. Smith and. TV. Webster. HradE IX. to Grade X. iallantyne, I. Browii, A. Goodman, H. 'elson, R- Str'aker, A- "Wasabrook, E. V'aHace and Xoung. SOMETHING NEW NYAL'S FACE-CREAM SOAP Delightfully Perfumed A Wonderful Emollient, Perfectly Antiseptic. In addition to being a frag- rant and'invigoratinir .cleans- er for toilet, bath and nurs- ery antiseptic and emollient 'qualities of this soap prevent inflammation, irritation and clogging of the pores of the skin. Price 25c a Cake fiffi-jKecjGross Drug Book Limited Ph.n. SSI Third Death'of Mrs. Fox Mr -and Mrs. J.' H. Kiinba'll and leir two daughters, Mrs. Ed. Hodges f .Magrath, and Mrs. J. W. of ardston, left this -morning for Salt ake, Utah, to attend, the funeral of leir daughter, Mrs. C. D. Fox, who scer.tly lived in Raymond. She nas- 1 a'way yesterday morning after an peratioti. Mrs. .Fos leaves three lit- e children. She was_a sister of D. Kimball. Mumm's Up! If champagne has been a luxury in e past, it will be far more so dating from today. C. C. Paguuelo received word from the big dealers in the East today that the price for one case of the sparkling ivine has advanced from ?3.00 to 35.00, while the companies will no longer guarantee delivery of any orders. Brandies have advanced from to ?1.50, and the same is Th? most unfortunate phase All ordnrs have been cancelled, and the goods coming from Glasgow, chief- ly Scotch whiskey, have "'bean cut down 50 -per The crops in the champagne districts of France cannot be harvested, as nearly every man is away at the war. The President of the Republic has asked the 'women and children to do the best they can to- ward garnering the grapes and looking after the wines. If the price of beer '.vere to go up in proportion, a souse .vould be such an expensive affair that t. would cease to bo a .popular .pas- lirne, but, there is no indication that t will advanr.e, except that the price of ail cereals has soiie up almost out of aigbt. FROST IN WEST Winnipeg, Man., Aug. were recorded at various points ini'i' Saskatchewan last- night. Kamsack records, -1 degrees, Humboldt 3 de- grees, Jloose Jaw 2 and Moosomln 3 Yorkton, Sask., and Sivan River, Man. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by easing at the Dallas Cufe. Dinner Tom 12 10 8, 25 cents. Pie and Coffeo 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. LETHBRIDGE WOMEN TO HELP reached 82 degrees-above zero. Pros' pects are for cool weather today an Tuesday. ARGENTINA PRESIDENT DEAD AT .BUENOS AYRES Spain, Aug. dispatch from Buenos Ayres reports tho death ther'o of Or. Rogue.Saenz Pena, presi- dent of the liepubllc of Argentina, who had lieen-111 for a long time. The Alexander Gait Chapter of the Imperial Daughters of the Empire are in receipt of thu foiowing telegram from the president of the National Chap- tor of the Imperial Daughters of the 1'Jiiipire: "Toronto, "Urge all women to unite with our organization (n effort to raise money' for ship. Please act 'Immediately in this regard. L. Gooderhiim.''; At Home find Abroad: You don't heed an Arm- strong Gun for the home battle. "Bug Finish" docs the trick. Design- ed for Bed Bugs, it is a great "persuader" for all sorts of insects. With "Gun" attached The Stare TELEPHONE NO. 322 DEALING IN COTTON AGAIN Liverpool, Aug. directors of the Cotton association decided to- day that as the 'financial position has mproved cotton may he sold with the usual ten days allowed for payment, but if any buyed is.overdue with an earlier payment he must provide bank I leave everything to go and fight fi guarantee for new business. jhis country. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach thle Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Loyal Order of .Moose, No 732 meel in the K of P hall The degree stafL mil be present and initiate ten neM candidates. Refreshments. Carpel ball The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery undpr careful vigilance of most competent millers.' CITY AND DISTRICT New Continental Oil Branch W. B Brooks, manager department "S" for the Continental Oil Co, is in the city to open a new departinenl dealing .with disinfectants and sani- tary supplies. Hay Advancing Uojd Deune, hay growers and dairy farmers, expect to see a material a'dvauce in the price of hay in the near future Mr Sanaa predicted this morning that it would go up to at least 520.00 a ton, the present price being 01300 The most unfoitunate phase of the hay situation in tliis'p'art of the country is that the farmers are so pushed for ready cash that they are Being compelled to sell now, "when they could make much better profits by waiting until fall. Word From Father William Lloyd, president of .the Sep- arate School Board, received a postal earn this morning from Rei. Fat Rosenthal, one of the parish priebfi _. St. PatrieK's Church here, who ieft late In the spring for his home in Niederfischbach, Coblenz, Hev. Father Rosenthal was expecting !o leave on his return journey to Luth- irillge on August 25. The card carried the date of July 2S, when the war pot was just beginning to brew in real earnest. Father Rosenthal stated'that was anxious to return to "dear but that war might pre- vent liim doing so. At the time he wroto everyone was expecting the worst, and their expectations have been realized. There is no telling when Father Hoseuthal will return, DOW. Called Back to Fight Arthur Potts, a lieutenant In the legion of Frontiersmen, who came to jethhridge only last Thursday to open a glass distributing warehouse here, eceived orders to return at once, and eft his prospective business and inter- sts here to go to England. He left ast night. Mr. Potts came from Ham- Iton, and was accompanied by Lle're- llyn Lloyd, a brother of William Lloyd of this city, who was to act as enerai manager for the new company. Ir. Potts conducted a similar business Hamilton, where he employed ove: score of men. The space for the usiness here was practically nrrang- d, but Mr. Potts was compelled to WA R! Wanted! Volunteers! All who are Interested in the European conflict To Attend A Lecture to be delivered In The Caledonian Hall 7TH ST. SOUTH, On Sunday, August 9th AT 7.30 "Human JGovernmcnts Doomed; their Over- throw a matter of Divine Revelation. A Uni- versal Empire in the Hands of Christ." BY MR. SIDNEY T. BATSFORD SEATS FREE QUESTIONS INVITED NO COLLECTION Ice Cream MADE FROM PURE RICH CREAM with that smooth, rich, velvet taste, with just It'is delicious.- the right flavor. THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. PHONE: 1632 MACHINERY For Sale at Bargain Prices 'The following Second Hand Implements, which are in good repair: McCormick Binders. D.e'ering Ideal Giant'Slower; Weber Gears (almost Chatham Wagon Gears. BettenclorJ: Truck. Wagon Boxes. Grain Tank. McCormick Disc Deering Disc Harrow. Combination Land Packers. Combination Land Packers. v Oliver Hlgli-Lift-Gano-. Dowdcn Potato Digger. 0. Potato Digger. 2 Corn King Manure Spread or. x Cultivator. l-r-10-ft. Deering Hay Kaie. V :Lcvcr Harrow. At prlcBs which I am quoting this list will last but a short time. Therefore come carly.and make your selection. ALLEN JACK At I. II. C. Building, Lclhbmlgp. Aged Farmer Dropped Dead At New Day ton New Baytc-n, Aug. death occurred yesterday, .Edward H. llillis, an employee of'many years' standing, of the u I arnimg Co Air llillis was aged it-out f5 jcrirs and was one of ttiiiilieHt leamsters.on Hie big (arm. lie came'from.Dakota in anil has been' hsre ever 'since. It very popuiir ainoni, is otntu, anil wis finiihnrly kmnvn as 'IHcl His doith wns lerr slid len and unexpected, heart be- ing tins cause. Uc was his usual good health until n day ov. so a.50, and oii Siittiniay afternoon iirop- this afternoon, Eev. Simpson-of the Prosiyterlim church, Hijlis' relatives have not, ypt .'laecri locaioil. JAP RANCHER SHOT' IN COLD BLOOD po w port fn his room. The ftmlral, 'hiclfwas Inrgelj- waslitld Cranbroolt BC; Aug a Japanese rancher', on. the -outskirts :.'.6f ..the city, was 'shot, and Wiled, late to-, nlglit. 'Tho nsaassin at present' Is unknown, .and at itirg Sassmoto was. an Industrious married man, 28 years of age and had step'ped out' the hack door just befpre retlilrg wlieh received chaise from a shot gun fulFIn the face ;