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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta x FREE 9U3 TO ALL. TRAINS. Hotel Windsor S1.S5 a Hotel in Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN DallM Httol Is BtM anC Molt CMVtfr tort fty 'A'FERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YbllNG CHICK9 for Kuuplos ar.d be convinced. Hade br Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDQE, Ton obtain this food from tha following dealers: Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Ellison Milling Elevator Aita. Lethbridge, Taylcr liming Elevator Co., artdiclne Hat Milling Co.; Merit- Nfilaoi.vIi.-C. Alberte 'Pacific Grain Co., Cttt- -A. cace Hat, Alto. aM Co., Campbell. Wlteon 4. Home, ff Ltd.; Me41. Alj1 oina -Hat; Aits. Crown: Teed tc Produce Co., Calgary, A'ra. 'Hood'SriUs, '.Calgary ,-AItft. .It' will you onJy a tlsv, a week to: spend your racaUon at Hotel Outlet B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHING EOATSWa BATHING TENNIS COURTS. The high cost of Ih ins solietl By eatiug at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner froin 12 to 8 Pie and 1A- Coffee IUC Slioit Oidejs at all hours FRIDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Wheat-r- Open Cluse October........ 103% 101 XJecsmber........ 100 105% Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern.......... 30aVt No. 2'Northern.......... No. 2 C. TV. 47 No. 3 C. W.'............... -It; Minneapolis Open December.......... IC-'f; .Chicago Wheat December........ May 105 Close OS'S FRENCH CONSULS ARnF.STED? CopRp.hagen, via London, Aug. 14, French Minister here says tiiKt t'jR French conEuls at Dantzic and Nurenburg have been missing since August 4. He believes they are under arrest. STANDARD OIL IS REDUCING PRICES New York, X.T., Aug. Stan- dard Oil Co. of Nev.- York today an- nounced a reduction of lo ner <-eiil. en refined petroleum in barrels for ex- port, making the quotation ?S.lo per gallon. Reward For'the return of the Horse as described below: 1 BAY MARE, EIGHT YEARS STAR ON FORE- .BRANDED B193 ON RIGHT THIGH. Return to Whitney Farm and receive reward.. Loner, Owner. Robertson's Next "to LfthcridaS Hstel PHONE 1265 "The Eyes of the World" A Real-' Love Story Harold -Bell-Wright's .Greatest Novel Author of "Theh'Tcsliirdaj" "The Winning of Barbara etc BUY IT.TODAY AND READ IT TONIGHT YOU; WILL BOOST IT THE .REST OF YOUR LIFE in.colors from oil paintings made by F.1 Graham Cootes. The Kenny AIIin Limited 'The Store Next Dallas 1487 Week-End Specials at Tempting Prices BARTLETT 5 jour.d baskets, each 50c EATING 3 pounds for 25e COOKING 4 pounds lor 25e RIPE Per pound 15c RIPE TOM.AfOES-iB pound baskets, each LARGE Knell ,.5c and up CORN ON Per dozen .SOc B. C. Fresh and crisp, per poimd 15o GREEN Per pound ,..25c GREEN Per basket 50c ROCKY FORDE FUttor is ex- ceptionally fine, each 15c GREEN OR BLUE Per pound .....20c VEGETABUES OF ALL KINDS, FRESH; IN FACT A FULL SUPPLY OF EVERYTHING; THE GOOD CO. Store: pi Mr HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 RED Small Baskets, 'each RED Crate 24 baskets, each. Baskets, each Per: pound Per .basket tTheso- are about 'done for) FREESTONE -PEACHES-iSi pound baskets FREESTONE Cases, each GREEN GA3E 5 pound baskets GREEN GAGE 4 basket crates. RED HUNGARIAN 5-lb baskets 15e 15c 2pc 46c .46o RED HUNGARIAN PRUNES I bas't crate BLUE 5 pound -baskets 45c PL 1171 Phone 1271 WEATHER Mas 83 -74 Miu 50 46 56 45 .Ob Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, cloudy! Calgan, clear S- Medicine Hat fair 90 Macleod, riear.. SS _ SasAatoon, clear 72 47 liegm.l, cloudi 74 48 noose clear 7i_ 47 Brandon, clear ..'.70 46 Portage, clear 70 clear 66 44 Port Uttmr, 'air 74 40 14 Fiae and cool weather has been gen- era! throughout provinces. Forecast andva .little higher temperature and on Saturday Saskatchewan arid fair, but a few thunderstorms. CITY AND DISTRICT Belgians Off to Front Five Belgians came in from the south this morning on tbeir n back to Belgium. They resided at Spring Coulee. Visitors Today Some of the visitors in the clh to- are T Inshaui, Fernie J T Fer gn-on, Alagrath T Gordon, Diamond CiU M V Jlellin, Milk Riier, S Beardslev P L. Shep aid, Warner, and W. S. Weldon, Belle- vue. Congratulations to Misi, Dunham Miss Aileen Dunham haa brought honors to Lethbndge The, High school staff this morning received word from Edmonton that this- pupil had taken the highest marks in.: the irovince in" esamina tions. There were 555. writing. SOMETHING NEW NYAL'S FACE-CREAM SOAP Delightfully-Perfumed A :Wonderful< Emollient, Perfectly Antiseptic. In addition to being a frag- rant and invigorating cleans- er for toilet, bath and nurs- ery uses, the antiseptic and emollient qualities oE this soap prevent inflammation, irritation and clogging ot me pores of the skin. Pricte 25c a Cake The Red Cross Drug Book pi., Limited IU Third Avfc Real Mex Some of the Consiitu- ionalist government money was ex- iibiied ia the city this morning. C. I, Hauser, lithcsrapher .of -Washing- on, D.C., is printing the new notes. Mr. Hauser is a! brother of Mrs. D. H. Elton of this city, and some sample to .Magistrate Elton, 'hey are fully and hear the "Ejercito Constitncionaiista de Jexico." Fresh Home Grown School Board M-ieting At a meeting of the iPublic School Board last night, the resignation of Miss E. E. Smith of Central school came up foi consideration, and was accepted. Alias' Smith will-go to Ed- monton. The contract for the winter's isupr-'iy of coal was let to James Ash- croft "at 54.10 per ton. Routine busi- 1 ness occupied the remainder ,pf the session. congress Will Be Held. The Ottawa government approves of the revised plans of the.Intemation- al Irrigation Congress. -The ban has been removed by. IBB'Dominion Sec- retary of State, and the board ot gov- ernor's of the congress has-been :auth- to proceed with the congres-, "onal plans. But. the-internationa features of the congress, except as thev apply to the United. States and Canada are, bystipulation, eliminated. Trades and Labor Officers Officers for the year were elected at last night's meeting of the Trades and Labor Council, held in the tabor, tem- ple. President E.'W. Alford was re- elected to the position of president; W Smead was elected vice-president; louis Moore, secretary; Mr. Beontifi- ence, and Jlr. Goss, guard. The new.labor bureau estab- lished by the city 'was discussed at some length, and a resolution asking that the 'government do its utmost in keeping down the cost of living in the present state of money tightness and labor slackness, was passed warded to tho provincial and dominion I authorities. It was intimated that the street railway men's, union had beer. I dissolved. The blame the one-man car system for the 'fail- ure. ToiEtQes FOR SALE AT OUR STORE The Terrill Floral Co. Corner ,11th St. a'nd 4th Avc. S. ]SS :LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to 8, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. have all'the British patriotic songs and airs; can be heard on the Vlctrola ny a Victor-record at the Victor Parlors. Mason and RiKch Ltd. Don't forget the -mortgagee sale of high class furniture .on Saturday af- ternoon at the Lethbridgc Exchange. The furniture which'- is to he sold on Saturday afternoon 'by public auc- tion by. order of the. mortgagee is now cm view at the Lothbrldgc Exchange. Mortgagee 'superior1, house- hold furniture at the Lnihbrldgc -Ex- change on Saturday next at 2.30 You want Your Teeih t, To be in perfect white and beautifiili J You can't be healthy 'or truly beautiful unless arfe healthy. We 'believe" that RpXALL TQOTH PASTE is an ideal preparation, both for keeping the teeth clean and white and to aid in preserving them. It removes tartar and leaves the mouth antiseptically pure and sweet. Delightful to use, it is a toilet necessity.that makes for cleanliness and health. Price, 25 Cents The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 MRS. FLORENCE WADE, Eng- lish, French and German Dietetian, Household Economist and Lectur- er, will lecture on Pure Foods In the Grocery Department of the Hudson Bay, Monday and Tuesday, afternoon, Aug. 17th and tsth, be- tween the. hours of 4 and 4.30. RUSSIAN GRAND DUCHESS A SISTEiR. OF MERCY St. Petersburg, mer- chants of Moscow raised in fifteen minutes for the benefit of wounded and families .of reaervlsto. Tho young Grand Duchess Marie Pav- lova Helena Petrovna has volunteered as a Slater of Mercy. TO TRY OUR. ICC CREAM SOffA. BEACON'S 210 A 5th STREET SOUTH CITY AND DISTRICT Priest Goes as Reservist JRev.. Father Cadoux of; Medicine Hat, has gone to France-as a reservist. Before leaving the parishioners pre- sented him with a purse of. ?200. R.N.W.M.P, Will Take Good Supt. Wilson announced this .morn- ing that Northwest Mounted Police would take men other than ex- members of the force, if they were qualified. Steamship Movements CPR Agent S B Mitchell reports that the.Lake Manitoba reached Liv- erpool at 9.30 on Wednesday night. AH wett. Canadian .Northern Royal Edward sailed from Montreal for Bristol at 9.40 on Tuesday morning The. Royal George sailed from Bris tol, Tuesday, August 11. The "Royal" line fast service has not been interrupted yet by the war situation. SOME CONFUSION LOCAL VOLUNTEERS MAY PRO- CEED AT .ONCE. TO. ..VAL CARTIER Word from .Ottawa concerning the 'movement of the volunteers is so con- fusing: that Major. Stewart hardly knows today what will happen next. He received a "wire this morning which ordered the inexperienced vol- unteers to proceed to Val Cartier, where they would be drilled for ser- vice witli" the overseas contingent. An- other message stated that all volun- teers must join the militia before leaving. It is probable that the men will all be made members of the 25th. The dispatch calling the inexperienc- ed men to Val Cartier gave no details, and did not state when they were to leave, but simply said that they v.-ers to proceed to that point in civilian clothes, the uniform and equipment to be supplied when they reached the mobilization point. The first volunteer drill took place last night oh the barracks grounds. The battery 'guns 'are in position there and. are being guarded hy a sentine! day 'and night. The men report at 9 n the morning, 2 in the afternoon and 7 at night J. E. Hodgson, 'who a lieuten- ant of the 57th Regiment at Peter- Jorough, for seven years, and who has iad a large experience in military af- fairs, gave the volunteers a rifle drill this morning, and will continue to. aid in the instruction. One hundred men have successfully passed the medical examination. That Germany plans to rush Petersburg by way of Finland "Is in- dicated .by news which has been fMvcd here from information from thoroughly reliable source it loa.rnod the project was incubated it Icog time and .that it contemplated a rising of the Finns to whom large quantities ot arms were secretly ship- ped from Switzerland. The informa- tion gains especial interest from the fact that it came from a correspond- ent in Coptnhayen. "The-Russians have dynamited this greater part of Helsingfors and other south Finnish according to a private despatch dents of the cities were sent away nml enormous masses of troops have been nsseinbled in expectation of German ean ana rure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machineiy under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Homes, or Dances 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. Saturday, August 15th COMMENCING O'CLOCK PROMPT, AT si The Lethbridge Exchange There wifl'be sold by Public Auction and by "Order of the Mortgagee an assemblage of very Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects, including Oak Dihiog Set comprising Buffet, Round Table and Set Dining pining Os.k Library, Table; Solid Mahogany Chiffonier; Qak Princess DresserB; Solid Leather .Lounge; Chest of- four. .Drawers; Veleur- Portieres; 'Solid Oak 'Side- board; 'Brass BcdB, Springs and Mattresses; Books; Pictures; Bed, Linen; etc. On Saturday Evening There will bo sold a quantity of UNREDEEMED in- (by well known- Cut Glass; Plated Goods, etc. -__ The goods to, be sold at The Lethbridge Exchange will be on view on Thursday and Friday all day. TERMS CASH. PHONES 469 AND 1723. FRANK Virginian Arrives Safely IUS lutlaiu bound, 'was reported .passing Cape Race, at 6 a.m. today, and .should reach u Western Virginian Arrives Safely Race, at 6 a.m. today, and shonld read C.P.R. Agent. Mitchell reports that Quebec at 3 p.m. tomorrow. Wester) le steamship Virginian, Inward passengers should reach Jjethbridgi on August 20. Everything Clean and Sanitary FRESH FRUITS Peaches, dozon ..25c 6ran8es..........-.20c, 30c, SOc Plums, per basket ........35c Apples, 4 pounds .........25c Grapes, per Bananas, per dozen .......26o Pearu, per do_xen.'.........30c B.'C. Celery, 2-pounds.....25c Cusumbers, 3 for .25c Tomatoes, per pound 1So BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS Corn Flakes 'i for 25c Shredded. Wheat, 2 for .....25c Cream of per 'pkg.. .20o Rolled Oats. 8-lb sack Quaker Oats, u-lb pkg......30c CANNED VEGETABLES Tomatoes, large 3 for..40c Pumpkins 2 for 26c Corn, .2 for .25c peas J for 25c SPECIALS French Peas, regular 20c a tin; for pc-r tin 15C Fig Bars, Christie's, regular 25o nonrid, 3 pounds for ...SOc 'L. V. Floor Polishing Outfit, re- gular 51.50 for Scrub Brushes, regular 25c each for, each ......'........20ci Brooms ...........SOc and 65c: R. C. or Great .West S6aH-lS bars for 45c Liquid Veneer.....25, 50, Liquid Ammonia, per hot....15c Powdered Ammonia. .'15 and 20e: Cotton Clothes.Lines .......20c Clothes Pins, .25c Fltiihmunn Yeast, 2 cakes 5c Coffeei good fresh regular. 40c; S L.C.TEEPLZ Dominion Block Phone 515 Fourth Avenu0 I ;