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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hotel Ih Alb.rti. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAO) WHEN (N L1THMIMI The Dalhu ind Molt A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICK! Write tot eamvlei end ha convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBR1OQE, ALBERTA. Ton etc obtain this food from the following dealars: KlliAon Milling Hlevator Taylor Illlling fc Elevetor Co., AJta. Elevator Co.. Nebitt. B. 0. Grain Co., Cal- CtnrobtlL, Wilson Aita. Home, Crown Feed Calgary, Alta. Produce Co., Hal Milling- Co.. Mwil cine Hat, Aita. A. Mp.cdGnild Co., Letbbridgs, AJttt. OfilTte Co., Ltd., Msil- cine Alta. Robin Hood MIllK, Calgary. Extra Fine B. C. Tomatoes and Cucumbers A J'iiic .shipment arrived' today, ami we arc to have a shipment ev- ery day from on. Fancy Prices, 3, 4 and 5.for .2oc' FUvor .is exceptional, price per .pound. ,.15o Price per basket 60c Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER .'It wilj cost you onlj ?2.00 a day; 512.50 a Treefc to epend your vaautioii at Hotel Outlet Prortor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING. BATHING TENNIS COURTS The high cost of liv- ing solved eating nt the DoUasCate 25c Full 'Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all ..hours CITY AND DISTRICT Aquatic Club Meeting Tomorow TJiere will be1 a general meeting o'f the-Aquatic club at thg'boathouse at Herdersc-n Lake tomorrow night, com- mencing at S p.m. Max. Min. Lethbridge, cloudy 71 51 tlfi 40. Cnlgary. cloudy -74 52 .14 Jiledicinc Hat, cloudy.. 7S 54 .04 Macleod, cloudy 75 ..4li '.Ifi i Saskatoon, clear 74 4u [Moose Jaw, clear.. St i Brandon, fair...... 75 53 Portage, cloudy..... 73 49 .17 Winnipeg, raining 72 50 The iveatuer throughout the prairie provinces has been, fair and cool. Light scattered showers have occurr- ed In each of the provinces. Forecast riot much change in temperature today and on Thurs- day. Saskatchewan and Alberta Fine and cool today and on Thursday. Carmangay Fair Postponed Tile Carmangay Fair, whici u-as to have been held yesterday and todav, bas been postponed iintil the ]ast days in September on account of the farmers being busy -with, their harvest. WAR BULLETIN CITY AND DISTKIGT Saturday Last Day for Discount Saturday is the last day on which. discuuui will be allowed on ta.tas and the city offices open all after- Visitors Today Som? of the visitors in the city to- day are: H. C. Merrimn, John Davis and Harry C. Smith, 'Milk River, and K. Lamont, Ores ton. SILENT VICTORY AT SEA London, Aug. 12, 3.10 sal- ient points emerge frorr., the lateet of the great war. The first and most striking is what is described as the victory." This aupliss to fact .that, the North Sea, over which almosl absolute silence has brooded BO long Is' to ship- jplng without serious danger.. .The I steamship services from Denmark to Londnn, and from Newcastle way are being while the j Gone to Great Falls j Msyor I-Iafdie left the city, this morning for Great Falls, where lie will j attend the. prosperity celebration i as thp_ city's" official representative. Commissioner Reid is acting mayor. SOMETHING NEW NYAL'S FACE-CREAM SOAP Delightfully Perfumed A Wonderful Emollientj Perfectly. Antiseptic. In addition to'bcing a frag- rant and'invigorating cleans- bath and-nurs- ery uses, .the antiseptic and emollient ..Qualities of this soap prevent inflammation, irritation and of the pores of the shin.' Price 25c a Cake The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited HI'' Thlrtf Avfc, Mines Working Full Time One of the mine officials this morn- Ing- informed the Herald that every mine in the district was working full time six days of the west. The pos- pect for a full fall run Is bright. WEDNESDAY'S- GRAIN PRICES Man., Aug. and closing prices on the gralii ex- c-hunges today were: Open Close a Deeemoer 1.....-., Clarke Remanded W. L. Clarke, formerly employed by the Southern Alberta' Welding "Co., who was i at Trans- cona, charged willi the theft of .tools Bteamshlp Hook lo tile conlpanv, appeared of.Holland and Harwich have suffered Llie ,ocal nojice courf_ DlorninE no interruption. These facts, in the opinion of the authorities, imply that the German is being safely held in check. but was reman Kentjshmen to Meet A special meeiins of the Kentish'as- bociation will be held in St. Mary's WAR 'SUMMARY naM ou August 17, at S p.m. The meagrenesa of the. dicpatches j Kentlahmen (members or non- from ths war centres of Europ- today members) -.velcome. Farewell .to.-vol- ppears to indicate that ths censor- 1 "nteers nnd receiving report. of picnic Oats _ Octouar ship has stricter than :v-r. I Neither from England nor from France any hint a! I owed to pass over Ihe J cables 2s to the progress of -ID Barley- October. Closing Cash Prices Xo. j X or them No. Northern Barley- N'o, 4 Ko. 1 N. W. C Minneapolis Wheat Ojien Seytember 10S December.. -lOs'Xj Chicago Wheat September ._ D-! .December 47' 110% coinmiitec. Hospital Ship .Contributions Contributions to the Hospital ship iS to the positions OP movements of th- huge armi-s of German, French, J urer U1 u Belgian, Austrian, Russian and British troops, which, 'it is assumed, must now be within striking distance. A short Brussels dispatch .reveived via London, says: "The German retire- ment reported yesterday is becoming ere marked The significance of this statement can only be guessed at. It may msan that an engagement j in fores is In progress, or it! should be sent to Mrs. Starnes, treas- urer of ilic Alexander Gait Chapter of I Daughters of the Em- j plre, 750 Seventh avenue Soutt, and they will he each day. Subscriptions so far received are: Mias Mary Cameron ?a.OO A Friend 1.00 Just the 'thing to back up that "FrSH STORY" After father's vacation- it can be used to record Baby's to fifteen pounds POCKET TYPE The Store TELEPHONE NO..322 Aesesement "Committee Msete ThG first meeting of the newly-ap- pointed iissiissmcnt committee was held this iiftnrnoou in Ihc' council Mr. Tise Did Not Leave- chamber. A IarSe turn out was pre- The Herald was given a false re- port some time 107 FORAKER DEFEATED Columbus, Ohio, Aug. Senator Joseph B. Poraker ibis morn- Ing conceded his defeat for the Repub- lican nomination for L'nitcs'J Stales Senator. He telugraphed his congrat- ulations to his successful competitor. Warren G. Harding of Marion. lir fores m progress, or it -L may refer cnly'to" the general cover- !Gcorse Tise nad PaS5Bge for I [ng movements that nave been In the i En5land. The informant in this case organization being tbe main to the effect thatlject of the meeting. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach thla Office before 12 o'clock- noon on the day of publication Important congregational meeting at Kuox church at S.30 this evening; All members aud adherents urged to be present. CITY AND DISTRICT Belgian ReserVists Leave South Three Belgian reservists left-Ray- mond last 'week for the front, via New York. Veteran Engineer on Holiday R. O'Hagan, engineer on the Card- aton train, has left for a holiday on the coast. Cliaa. Dixon IB taking his run. Trip to Noble Postponed The "get-acquainted" trip to the farm was postponed today on account of the rough conditions of the roads. The date for the trip will be announced later. May Not Hold Congress The Dominion government is inclin- ed to disapprove of the Irrigation con- gress, scheduled to' convene in Cal- gary this fall, because of its interna- tional .character, and an Ottav.-a offi- cial has .Industrial Commis- sioner Andrew Calgary on behalf of the government, advising that the" congress be not held. More Oil Paraphrenalla Fiv.e carloads of well-casing arrived at Coutts yesterday from the other side of the border, billed to "the ,G. T. P." The casing was loaded-In Grand Trunk1 Pacific cars, and is being taken to what is. commonly Known as the Segur well in 1-12, according to re- liable information received" here last night: This partially confirms .a ru- mor which Mr. Segur will neither deny, fi or ..con firm, that the Grand Trunk, or Grand Trunk officials are interested Tvlth him in Lhu drilling. Insure Soldier Members At the regular meeting of the Lctli- bildge Council of the Canadian Order of Cliosen Friends, held on Friday last, the question was raised as to the payment' of the assessments of any members who might be absent on act- v'e service during the present war. It was felt that Hie Order should appre- ciate the loyalty of those members who might be so engaged, and that he members should show a true spirit of fraternity in some substantial n A resolution was therefore moved by Friend Waddell, and carried unani- mously, guaranteeing to maintain the nsurance of any such members dur- ng the time they are engaged on act- ve service, ng course of execution for several days In Belgium. was a steamship agent, but it ap- pears Raw Sugar Has Been Seized The directors of the Knight Sugar Co. at Raymond are oxlremcly ENTER DARDANELLES Athene, Aug. 12, via Paris, 5 p.i The German cruisers Gocben au have entered the Dardanelles. GERMAN TROOPS ANNIHILATED j pears thai he under a inisappre- jhension. Mr. Tise has not gone to !anvious over a shipment of raw sugar 'England, nor has lie left the city. He which recently left Antwerp, Belgium, "is Photography consigned t0 at Raymond. The is still conducting his business OD Third avenue. Establish a Labor Bureau Steps are being taken by the Com- missioners for tlie establishment of a r I (cargo.was loaded into German mer- chantmen, and it is feareci.that they been seized contraband of Londn, Aug. 5.45 Rome 'abar liureau. E. Alfpril, prccldent dispatch. to the Central News says the publishes a message from of rhe Trades anil Labor Council; Louis Moore, secretary of the coun-. Baalc, that two j cij, and J. 0. Jones, president of the German infantry regiments were FetlRration_ of Labor, convei nihilated. during the battle w'th 1 French troops at Muclhausen. 'aflfirnoon, when wero sonc over. .award For the return of llic Florae as deacribod below: BAY MARE, EIGHT YEARS OLD, WHITE STAR ON FORE- HEAD; BRANDED B193 ON RIGHT THIGH.. Return to Whitney Farm and receive reward. Ling .AUSTRIAN CAVALRY '-EXTERMINATED London, Aug. 12, dispatch from .Rcrnc to th.j Central' N'ewe .eoys 'the Corriere d'Italia pub- Owner. with (he Commissioners yesterday lie preliminaries The bureau will, handle all Llic labor in the er municipal or otherwise. Clever Arrest of Alleged Forger Impersonating: a Hums 'detective did not gftt George Sylvester of. Seat- .hac been exterminated Austro-Rusalan frontier. the I, lishea a telegram f-om the frontier j tle niiythins but the lock-up. George stating that an Austrian cavalry bri-Jis wjth forgery. He entered- 'Ihnd.s' iaic iasi pur- chased a waterproof and tendered a cheque for plgned "C. H. Pop- 1mm" In payment therefor. S. Ad- ams, who made tlic sale, Kuapp.cted the BRITAIN vs. AUSTRIA London, Aug. 12. 7.45 p.m. War be- tween Great Britain and Austria-Hun- gary, It IB expected, In London, will be declared tonight. AUSTRIA DECLARES" WAR ON MONTENEGRO Washington, D.C., Aug. Official Austria's declaration of war on Montenegro 'was received yestcr- dav-by-tlie Jtato dciiarlment. gentlaman, and notified the police. In the ineHnllmc Sylvester.vent lo Bent- ley's, -vhcrs he endeavored to huy n sull, but wan refused, and -was Inter arrested la MacLeod.: Bros.' store SerRGant DowUcr, who had a morry chiiuo after the chiaivo (let'ectlvc. Tho trial -thla morning was adjourned, at the rerjuost of the ncousnd who waiitcd Do You Like a Good Salad? No salad Is perfect and complete without a good dressing, and It takes good olive oil to make a good 'dressing. Our Olive Oil Recruiting 23rd Alberta Rangers Recruiting for the ranks o[ Lhe Rangers commcticcd in Ray- mond, Magrath and Cardston yeater- !oy, according to information receiv- ed from the former town last night. Orders were received from Lhe head- quarters to bring the contingent iip to war strength, and it is quite proba- ble that Hie call Lo the colors 'tvill fol- low, and t-liat Lhe Rangers will go to the front ns a unit. Sergt. Grant Card and Lieut. Page are in charge of the recruiting at Raymond, whore. Ecven men enlisted ns soon as tho order was received. Captain Taylor IB In charge aL Magrath, and Brown nt Cardston, where, It Is re- ported tlmt one hundred men have already signified their willingness to (heir homes and fight Tor their country, which in the majority of cases, is their adopted country, many of the recruits coining from the Un- ited States. The inner part of the wheat ground, bolted and dressed by most modern machinery under careful vigilance of most competent millers. MADE FROM PURE l RICH CREAM with tliiit smooth, rich, Velvet'taste, .with jusi the flavor. It is-delicious. THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO, FIFTH'-AV.ENUE A SOUTH.: PHONE 1132 CRYSTAL DAIRY ICE IS THE BEST CKEAM Ask For It! our Choice Grcairieiy Butter'and ]3utterinilk. CHUENEI) DAILY Crystal Dairy Limited PHONE.1576 527 13TH.ST. SOUTH. is a fine pure virgin oil which makes delightful rich dressings for all kinds of salads.' In bottles at 50 cents, 75 cents and Jackson Co. Dispensing Chemlets BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost oT living solved by p.atlng at the Dallas Cafe. .Dinner from 12 lo S, 25 cents, t'le and Coffeu 10 cents. .Short orders at all hours. j songs and airs; he heard.on the. Vlctrola by a Victor rc-eord iU liit Victor Parlory. Mason and Hindi Ud. Don't forgot ihn mortgagee anlc of high class furniture on Saturday af- ternoon lit tho Jxilnbridge Exchange. Tlic furniture which Is to be sold on Saturday iiftnrnoon 'by public .aun- Order of Lite- iiiortgaRcc in now on view, at the JJothbrldge Exchange. Mortgagee sale of superior lioilio- hold fiirnlliire nt the Lclhbrldge 1 Szterdsp next ;it prompt. BRITON AND GERMAN MIX IT IN BERLIN Berlin, Out., Aug. Tho outbreak of war'' between Bri- tain and C'icrmniiy has already pro- duced some warlike scenes here. Tlicrc arc around people of German descent in this district. listic en- counter .between Briton and G-crman resulted .'in the arrest of both ccm- Icst.ints. Tlic bust of Kaiser William in Vic-. loria'Tark is ncing specially watch-} Wilson's burial at Rpme, as there was word ol a plot tu through is ottered for of -the .cut- jirit. One German ,lady rnsidcn't here lias five brothers and several fighting in the Kaiser's army, and' four brothers nrr, .on the reserve list. There have been .1 few street scenes, which as yoL have not'.-stot Vryoiid the stage, of rival nationali- It-ics cheering for Hisir respective countries. PRESIDENT RETURNS TO WASHINGTON, Greensboro, N.C., Aug. spo- ial train bearing President -Wilson and his family, returning from Mra. tills tear it''iloivn. A few days German wliicli flew mr.-mmicnl .wns at 8.30 o'clock, ago en route" to WaBhlngton, over the j where It Is due at five o'clock this at- a rcwiu'il tcriipon. WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. 610 Eighth Street South. 1 All broken Machinery, Cast Iron, Aluminum; Brass, Copper. Steel. In fact everything made aa good as new by Um Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Olvo UB ii trial. Don't throw your brokon machinery .away. Wo can rcrnllr ll.'iit small cost. t R. C. ;