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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor t 11.25 a Diy Hotel In 'Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LltHMIMI The Dallu Hotel It tha Bert jnd Molt Cwivwt to MM Dr, Rusk's A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS sai conrincsd. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company. Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Tcm eu obtain tMs food from tha followlnr dealers: Ellison Milling BieTator Ofc, Lethbridge, Alta. .Taylor Milling Elevator Co. Alta. Elevator Co.. Miliins fc B. C. AlSerti PaoiSo Grain Co., Oal- Alts. Home, Campbell, Wilson e. Alta. Crotm Feed Calgary, Alia. Produce Co., Medicine Hat Mllltas' Co., cine Hat; Aita, 'A. MacdoaaU t Co.. Lefhbridje, Alta. Oplvie Mlllins-Co., Lti, Sleil- ciae Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calsary, Hungarian Prunes and Green Gage Plums for Preserving tr crate of four baskets.........SI 50 THE GOOD CO. Store: HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Mas. 69 68 6S 74 69 63 Mill. 46 42 It will cost you only ?2.00 a flay, S12.00 a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Prector, 5. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort ot the Kootcnays FISHING BOATING -BATHING -TENNIS COURTS The cost of liv- solved by eating j at the Dallas Cafe 25c! FIX 1 PIES Ottawa; On't., Augf par- liament on Tuebiiaj it LC dbrtd LU paSb icg'S1 cd upon a British act givingi the gov- ernment power to seize and iJx the iprice of foodstuffs .throughout the coiaittr.'Tie pV.rtr" ot llrfng prices will lie placed in the hands of the supreme court of Canada. Hoc-.''P.'W. Crothers; minister of Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair. Calgary, clear JleiUcine Hat, clear JIacIeod, clear. Saskatoon, clear, i Moose Jaw, clear.. i3 Regina, clear 69 [Brandon, clear...... 74 Portage, clear...-..-..' 77 Winnipeg, clear..... 76 .48 :3S The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been "mostly" fine and cool. Light frosts have occurred at a few points in Saskatchewan. Forecast AM stationary or a lit- tle higher temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT Sank Clearings Bank clearings for the week ending tday were .as against for the corresponding week last -year. New T-slegraph inspector R. Jones of 'Kamloops has-been appointed telegraph inspector. lor the i Lethbridge dn ision Air Jones has already taken over his position here. Look Who's Here Some of the visitors in the city, are J. W. Byers, E. Marsh and John Apple- ton, Taber; E. C. Baines and F. J Coates, Mill; River; T. jr. Carlyle, Cal Full Dmner from 12 to 8 this monrni; made an appeal to working and employees to adi: icawabl' all labc> ni-pules "at (his: time" says the appeal, "v.hen OK 'caioire' ae'irfanctB'our Iillr physical gary: W. Schmidt, Raymond, and W illtt in. Barons Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at- all hours Ives Luncheon .Tomorow The'complimentary luncheon to Mr I invite all emplo jrs and Justice hes takes place tomoiron al workratn to avoid labor disturbances I the Lethbridge flqttl at 1.15. Tht tl jt ct o-r industrial or ccm-l tickets are oniy 50 cents, and a limit es shall be dissiPate-I j fd number are left may be ob thcrebv. Helving upon the patriotism tained from Jlr. Arthur Hayr. oi both cJasscsv. 1 ani sure they readily respond to this appeal." The minister the rerruest that j 311 emplo-ees continue their opera- j tioas in so fai as it is possible for THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wiimifej them to do so. The War Today At a Glance Arranging for Fall Term Principal Hodgson of; tbc High scbool, would Uke to. meet tli'e parents of pupils, ivho will be. starting High "ehool work this fall, at the school from four to six oh Friday afternoon to discuss courses of study, etc. Otber datestrri which these matters may be discussed wril be announced later. One of Recently Born Triplets Dead Endorkia, one of the triplet daugh- ters of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elluk died v.'cre .Oct....... Developments in tits war zone, AU'. and' chiefl.v confined to Belgian i yesterday, and'was buried in the Ro- i on'ihe maile vague owing to man Catholic cemetery. It is expeet- J ths.Etrict csn; O.t. Dec....... Open Close 1.05-1 J-Oll i.oi-j itosj 1.10 485 47 Oct. 'Fla Oct. Dec CASH PKICES 1.41? nsorship over news relat-j that the other two will not live. ing to military movements. Positions occupied by the malt; Bel- gian and British forces are 'not dis- closed, even approximately. As to the German' forcr.s indications from various sources point to the concen- tration of the main body with its Tile triplets were born about a month Pleaded Guilty, Gets Six Months George Sylrester, Impersonated a. Burns detective in an effort, to cash a certain cheque which he had forged, right wing in Belgium and its left who was arrested by Sergt. Bow- wing in the.Duchy of Luxemburg. The j an eIcitinS chase, pleaded German staff is said to have gathered to forging a cheque on Rev. C. 26 army corps along the eastern fran. Hto look for the uul of the railroad, the urn -Leth bridge line. He fou'n'fl'it'at'CtoVcnlock in '10 miles nurtheaKl of Onefour, where a larje' orew of men- 'is huilding a Govenlock has a general store and ;x lumber yard, but no regular -train service yet. The great smoke and liRhl at night-which in that direction some time ago were the burning of a large pile of railroad were to be used in the "extension, to Altawan. gians emphatically refused. MYSTERIOUS CRUISERS, THESE London. Aug. 13, 12.15 the British Foreign Office, nor the j Turkish Embassy has received any dispatch concerning the reported pur- chase by Turkey of the German cruis- ers, Goebcn and Breslau, WINNIPEG offers a course leading to the de- gree ot Doctor of Medicine, with facilities for clinical work in con- nection with Gtiiiural Hospital that are surpassed in few iQCdical on the continent; and courses 'leading to dogrces in CIVIL ELECTRICAL AND ME- CHANICAL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE Also courses In ARTS, SCIENCE, LAW AND PHARMACY For information as to terras of admission; details oE courses, fees, etc., apply to W. J. SPENCE, REGISTRAR, University .of Manitoba, STRINGENT CENSORSHIP London.. Aug. 13, 4.25 Kit- chener, Secretary of State for War, today notified tHe press than any news paper; publishing news of naval or military that is- sued by the official bureau, would be suspended. COOL DELICIOUS SUMMER DRINKS ICE CREAM TRY OUR FRAPPES BEATON'S 210 A 5th. STREET SOUTH THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the'day of" publication A big-band concert will be held at Henderson Park this-evening by the City band. meeting of .the Canad ian Order of Forest be held in the K. of-P. hall at S p.iu. this even- ing. The delegate to High Court .will make his annual report. CITY AND DISTRICT Rubber Goes Up It will be a mighty expensive luxury to .'be a rubber rncck or an auto fiend nowadays. The price of up .yesterday. H. T. Henderson're- ceived word from the Goodrich Agency at Calgary yesterday that tires would be per cent, higher, commencing yesterday. ON Man Go South E. P. Howard, associate of Ira B. Segur in the development of the southern oil fields, went soutli this morning to the "Sesur" field, east of Coutts, where drilling is In progress. Mr. Howard was accompanied by sev- eral Influential capitalists and geolo- gists, including L. S. Kempher, E. P. Lovell and John Reynolds of San Fran- cisco. Homesteaders at War Protected Upon investigation of the act re- garding residence upon homesteads and pre-emptions, it has been found that there has been ample provision made for homesteaders on active ser- vice. The following clause, No, 22 of the act, is that part of tho regulation which pertains to hornesteauera en- gaged in active-service" during war: "Notwithstanding anything in this act, the time during which an entrant is absent from his homestead while ho is a member of a military force enrol- led under the authority of the minis- ter of militia, and engaged as a mem- ber of that force in the suppression of an outbreak or insurrection in any part of the British Empire, or in the defence of the British Empire against a foreign power, or is a member of a company or contingent of Canadian volunteers enro'Iled under the author- ity of the minister ,of militia for act- ive service, and also a period, not ex- ceeding three months after his dis- charge as a member of the said force, company or contingent, to permit.him to resume his residence upon his may be counted as resi- dence upon his homestead within the meaning of the act." Cleanrancl Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful -vigilance of most competent millers. That's At Home's, or Pure, Wholesome, Delicious Dessert USE Hygienic Ice Cream THE KIND WITH THE SMOOTH, RICH, VELVET TASTE PHONE 1632 THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. NEW COG IN C.P.R. HERE NOW IN SMOOTH RUNNING ORDER Lethbridge is now a full-fledged di- visional point of the Canadian Pacific. Every one of the clerk's desks arc fill- ed, and the work is well established. The following-1: is a complete list of .hose.who caine-to 'Lethbriclge as a re- sult oC the the C, P. R. to nake this point u, headnuaiteis for the All but eight aie mar- BO that their coming -Vrill mean quite an addition to the population of; the city. Very few of the families-Uave.-.arfivcd, as they iavo leases on the; houses "where they 'ormerly resided. Walker, Ca'igary, superintendent; M. Gilmour, Calgary, chief clerk; J. Mclnlosh, Cranbropk, assistant chief clerk; JI. E. Collins, Cranbrook, ac- countant; J. T. Cameron, Calgary, clerk; Geb. Brown, Calgary, clerlt; A. Cole, Medicim; Hat, clerk; Miss H. Proctor, Cranbrook, stenographer; A. J. Downs; account- ant; E. B. Skeels, Calgary, resident -engineer; "W. R. Jones, Kamloops, tel- egraph inspector; J. J. .M.cDonell, Mac- leod; J. W.. Kipn, H.' H. Wickett, Macleod; leod; LJ.M. Culleri, Macleod; J. V. Manchester, Calgary; 'R.-L. Getz, Crari- W. .T. Manley, Macleod; dis- patchers; M, P. Fitz pa Medicine Hat, Geo. Hat, roadmaster; 'E. J. Lemieus, Med- icine district master mechanic W. McKInlty, Craiibrook, B. and B. master: J. B. Kiddell, Calgary, transit- man; 'IV C. Co.x, Medicine Hat, rod- man. OUR BROOMHALL CABLE Liverpool, Aug. cables show October sold Ss. 09id., or lower on lowering of spot values. Cargoes and parcels .offered 6d. to Is., and'the' growing belief hero i3 that shipments will commence on a moderate scale. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by 'eatins at the Dallas Cafe. Dhmeir Erom 12 to 8, 2ii r.onts. Pic and Coft'eti 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. We have all tho British patriotic sense and airs; can 'he heard on the Vlctrola hy a Victor record at, the Victor Parlors. Mason and Hi Ltd. Don't forget the mortgagee sale of j high clusfi furniture, on .Saturday af- ternoon at the Letlihridgc Exchange. The furniture which, is to be sold on Saturday afternoon 'hy public anc: tlon by order of the mortgagee is now on view at. Exchange. Mortgagee sale of superior house' hold furniture at. the Lethbrlilge BX' clmngc on Saturday next at -2.30 prompt. BARGAIN FESTIVAL Corner's Big You can't 'The lOc '.counters overflow with; wbildcrifnt gains.- '.Many articles wortli' ofcr will cents. The Red Corner BHcc A. McKay. Cor; 3wl Avc. Ht, ;