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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRCE aue TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hottl In Albirti LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LCTtMHIMI DallM It the But and Moit IMI M My DP, Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION.FOR YOUNG CHICKS Iffrlii for tamjlea and be convinced. Wade br Taylor Milling Elevator Company. Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. I'l Ton tK obtain this fool from tie lollowlnj Tajlor Milling Elevator Co., Ellison Milling Or, ilta. jmrlor Milling fc Elevator Co., NaUon. B. C. FacUlc Grain Co., fU7. Wilson Home, Alta. Crcwn Feed Produce Co.. CWmry, LGthbrldee, Medicine Hat Milling doe Hat, Alts. 'X MacdouiU Co., LetSibrWia, Ofllvle Hilling Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Bet, Alle. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary. Extra Fine B. C. Tomatoes and Cucumbers A J'iiio shipment iiiTircil today, and we arc to have a shipment ev- ery 1.08 1.07J Your wardrobe must be in good. Ths next beat thing to new gar- men'.E are those that are cleaned by us. Your'e absolutely sure of perfect cleaning at 418 5thi St. 3. A. J, HAP.PER, Mgr. Phono 474. Sportsman's Bates Scales Just the thing to back up that "FISH STORY" After father's Vacation it can be used to record Baby's to fifteen pounds POCKET TYPE The Stort TELEPHONE NO. 322 may be oblained from him at the court louse. Cent-a-Milc Rate Effective D. J. Hay, secretary of the Board of Trade, is in receipt of a communica- tion from Chas. S. Hotchklss, chief publicity commissioner [or the prsv- ince, that he has arranged for a cent- a-mile rate on the railways for labor- ers 'ivho desire (o-work in the harvest iclds. Tickets are good.until Decem her, and must be purchased, for golne, not later than August 31. The rail- ivays h'ave placed the handling of cer- iflcates in the hands of the sheriffs (iiairibution, and 'Sheriff Young is THE BULLETIN BOARD Notlcei for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication A special meeting of the Executive and Social committees of the Kentish Men's association will be lieid at the News office this evening at 8.30. All members attend. CITY AND DISTRICT Sold Out E. H. Hatcher has sold the Crown Cleaning- Works to G. M. Ware, Vieitlng Old Home L. Inkster of the Hudson's Bay store is on a visit at his home in Goderichj Ont. Auto Attention A1I those "who are willing to use their, automobiles for the get-acquaint- ed trip to the Noble fnrm on 'Wednes- day, are requested to notify Mr. Ar- thur Hayr of their willingness to do so at-their earliest convenience, as lie is aniious to get an accurate line on the offering. Ives Banquet Friday Arrangements are practically com- pleted, for the luncheon in honor 'of Judge Ives, wlilch takes place at the Lethbridge Hotel, on Friday. air. Hayr, chairman of the entertainment committee, requests 'that those who contemplate attending, obtain their tickets at once, as there la only a limited number Once Stationed at Macleod Lieut. Col. a western old- timer, died at Nelson last week. The Lieut-Col. Jarvis was commander of the "G" division of the R.N.VV..M.F-, which 'was stationed in Edmonton in 1SJ4, and established in Port Saskat- chewan in 1S75. He was transferred to the charge of the .Macleod district n 1S79. In 1332 he retired from the force, and resided with his snn, W..R. Jariie, in Edmonton South, .ind after- wards iii Kelson, B.C. The iate seiiiiL'- man belonged tc- an old Toronto fam- ily. Eighteen ,Months for Perjury Rupert Pallctt, who recently perjur- ed himself at the trial of Hollls Kil- hora -for theft and who was arrested mmedlately following the trial, where he was the principal witness, was brought before Magistrate EMon yes- terday morning, and after consenting to be summarily tried on the charge of perjury, admitted his guilt, and. was sentenced to a year and a. half in the Provincial jail here at hard labor. KI1- born and Pallelt are jointly charged further'with the theft of tools and oth- er belongings from tbe Leadbcater shack at Diamond City. Kllborn was given six months some flays ago on another theft charge by Inspector -indaay and A. B. Humphries. landling ib r here. Certificates NOTICE TO Volunteersand Reservists Confederation Life Associa- tion issues all Life Insurance policies fra? Trorn conditions rc- gf.rjling rcsidoncDj travel ;md oc- jiupation, including mililnvy and inival scrricc, UEOULAII IIATICS. Harry E.Rogers District iManafjcr, Acadia ftlockf Phttnf, 172-J Lcihbridgc, Alia. Charged With Swindling Mr. Grace Jude Gary, charged 'ivilli swindling Commissioner Grace out or 51000, and who was arrested in Chicago some days ago on a local police warrant, ar- rived hack in the city yesterday morn- ing in tile custody of Humljy of the local determent or the R.N.W.M.P. lie appeared before MaE' istratc I''lton, but was remanded for one weeli. He is alleged lo have ob- tained -HOOO from Mr. Grace by meant; a worthless draft. Gary is a nephew of Judge Gary of the United States Steel Corporation, -whose cutornobiiQ recently confiscated by the French government during (l tour through France for 'war purposes. U.C.T.'B Aid Needy Families The Children's Aid Society were the recipients on Saturday night of a aree millibar ot delivery baskets left over from the United Commercial Travellers' picnic on Saturday. The basUetH were crammed with good :hlngs lo cat. Including sandwiches, cakes, fruit, doughnuts, meats and sauces. Tho baskets 'Ti-erc distributed BUSINESS LOCALS Tho lllfih cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Onto. Dinner from .12 'to S, 25 cents. Pie and Coffeu 10 centH. short orders at nil hours. "UJDEKS OF PETERSHAM" ,Vi Ingrnph Masterpiece AT, THE EMPRESS TONIGHT Clean and Pure The inner part of the-wheat'___., ground, bolted and dressed by the v ;1 modern machinery'under the -I careful vigilance of most compe tent millers. That's I V MADE FROM PURE RICH CREAM with that" smooth, taste, the right flavor.. It is delicious.. THE HYGIENIC DAIRY FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH! PHONE 1633 FARM MACHINERY For Sale at Bargain Prices The'followlng Second Hand Implements, which are In good McGormick Binders. Dcer'mg Ideal Giant'Mo-wer. Wobcr Gears (almost new.) Ohatham AVag'on Gears. Kettendoff Triick. Wagon Boxes. Grain Tank. McOormidt Disc Harrows. Dcering Disc Harrow. Combination Land Packers. GomLiiiatioii Land Packers. OJvvcr'Lbw-Lirt Gang, Oliver High-Lift Gnng. l_28-incli P.- 0. High-Lift Gang. Dowden Potato Digger. 3 P. 0. Potato Digger. 2 Corn. Xing Manure Spreader. ft. Cultivator. l_10-Ft, DeeriugHay Kakc. Level' Harrow. At prices which I am quoting this list will last but a short timer: Therefore come early and make your selection. ALLEN JACK A At I: IT. C. Building, Lctlibridgc. to necdjr-.'famllloB in the city on Sat- urday night, tlircub" eood offices of tlic Chief of- Police. Mr. McKlllop, jiresIJcnt of the Children's Aid Hoclely, received tJie'gJfts oii liehalf ot llic so- ciety, and wishes to exijreaa his Hin- cere apiirccialior, and "thanks Iu this wny. on Local Warrant "W. 1i. Clarke, who wns formerly e'm- Lhp Soulli AibortU'WeldlnB arrested in Transconn. on Siimlny, on u warrnnl Insucd by the lo- cal maglRtratc; on a clmrfu of burglar- s tho premlacB of Dr. McClurn, owner of the coinjifiny. Clarke IB nl- oged to hflve taken a riunntlty of tools, including a valunlilc ficetylono welding torch. Tho city ptrlk'n clrculnrlzed tho entire counlry In their scnrcn for him. A Moilrtiert boa gone after Clurko." For -tho -'return i.ol-the Horso ad dcscrlbqrt IjBlow: 1 BAY MARE, FIVE YEARS OLD, WHITE STAR ON FORE- HEAD; BRANDED B133 ON 'RIGHT TH'lGH. tlotnrn to Whltucy Farm nnd recclvo reward,