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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PME TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Jf JS Day Hital In AMtftl DAILY HERALD I li( WHkW'IN I The DftUu li tht test ana'Mxt OfivM- Or, Rusk's Chick A MMFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNO for and be U.1 Made >r x Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBHICGE, ALBERTA! Ton ear this food from the deelwa: Taylor Hilling ft Co. Jkyler MilUit ft Co, B: C. 'Alberto Co., OH- CUT. Alto. Wilson fc Harne, e, Alia. Crown Peed Produce Co, Calgary. Alta. Elllaon MUHnt t B'jermtor Ofc, Medicine Hat Milling OK, cine Hat, AiUL X'Maclo'BJiU't Co'., Alta. OflMe Milling Co., LtA, Mail- Hat, Alta. Robm Hood Mills! CslBary. ilta. It will tost tou only a day, S12 0" a Reek to spend }our racstion at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Rootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The- high cost of liv- ing solved by eating 4 Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 8 _ ij_ _ i Pie and Sliort Orders, at all hours- MARKETS SATURDAY'S -GRAIN MARKETS Wnmipeg, Aug. Opening and closing prices ou- the grain exchanger Open Close 99J- 99i 99 98 1 05 05 Oit Her _ 0-t Be- n t Nov Dec "The Eyes of the World" A Real Love Story Harold Ball TVnght's Greatest Xorel Autbor ol Their Winning of Barbara etc BUY IT TODAY, AND READ IT 'TONIGHT YOU WILL BOOST IT THE REST OF YOUR LIFE Illustrations'ia.colors. ftom oil paintings made 'by F. Graham' Cootes i The Kenny Ailin Limited Store Next Dallas Hotel PhoneJ487 PRICES 15 4C 45 134} 1 3CJI ISP' 1 26J No. 2 lio. 2 >.o i Br.r! 1 2 r-pt May -Nor -C. W U V, C Vi MINNEAPOLIS 1.031 I.OIJ 97 1.31 1.28 CHICAGO War Maps 25c, SOc and 91.75 Robertson's Bookstore Next to L'ethbridge Hotel PHONE: 1265 6 Extra Specials For Today SWEET OF THE SEASON PMCC J pounds for 25c RIPE FINEST QUALITY.-. 5 pound -baskets, each .35e LARGE B. C; Your choice Cot, -'each' .We t BARTLETT ,6 pound.baskets, each.......... RED OR GREE.N GAGE 5 pound bankets, each SOUR DUKE VARIETY- Best qualltj, basket .35c Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER 7G 92 .55 CS S7 Lethbridge, fair clear. Medicine Hat, fair Mat'ieod.-'clear Red clear Saskatoon, fair I'Moose-Jaw, clear 8J JBegina, clear SS {Brandoii, fair- 81 Winnipeg, ramv .74 Port Arthur, fair. 70 4b 02 Some scattered rain and thunder- storms have occurred in Manitoba The w eathei has been fair and quite m parts of Saskatchewan and j in Southern Alberts. Forecast. AM few scattered showers or thunderstorms, but mostly fine and warm today and on-Sundsy. Mm 5J -IS 43 "1 50 50 4S 56 32 CITY AND DISTBTCT Oil Driller. Here TC. H. Journey, a-well erUler.of.oro- minence, arrived in the city last night from "Great Fafis, way to-0io northern oil fields. 23rd Alberta Rangers Assembling Seven, .members the :'Magratli squad 01 tha 23rd Alberta Rangers-ar- rued in the Vitv thia nioniirg, en route1 to the corps are beiue: assembled. Included in ilio con- jtingent Cpptalu H S Tajlor, R W Page, J H Diifacan, E B Dalton, W C Bind, J L Mercer and C. W. Hayes. Eligible for Ur.iveraity The following rsoathci-n stodeafs, who aiicceeded in obtaining their Grade XI. diplomas in the recent es: also..passed in, the I additional .subjects, required fpr'imat- i ncalahon, i and are eligible for en trance to the first year of the .Univer- sity of Alberta in the Arts course Alica-Jones and-Jeatf Pipes.of X'eth- bndge, aiabel Douglas of Taber successful in all but .one language; Marguerite Hunt cE Iron, Springs, suc- cessful Jn all.but Latin; Annie Rich- ards, Lethbridge, 'In. all but Latin'; Augusta'Trotter.'of'Blackie In all.bill Latin; -John Wood of in all but Latin. may, on taking supplemental in the following subjects, enter the second year in Arta: Rosie Armstrong, Lethbridge, iu physics; C-arence bridge, in algebra. New Arrival W. C. Marsh, missionary in charge of Trinity church, Kardieville, Mrs. Jfarsli, are rejoicing birth of'a baby girl yesterday jafter Police Court yr Two drunks appeared bJTiore Acting Police Magistrate this morning, and ;verc the usual fine of anil University Scholarships The following: students the ordor named-for the Wo scholar- ships offered by the University of Al- berta at tiie June matriculation exam- ination.-. The marks wer'e exceptional- 3> good, thp an erage of 82 arid the highest an average per cent; on all pa- pers. The ..echolarshipq are of the .aiiie of each, and be avail- able to th.ej fii'at two named when they .arc in actual attendance -upon classea, rShoiit'd they not desire to. proceed -with !a Q.yiiversUy course, revert to the next in order of Margaret Gold, Victoria school, PMmontOR. I Philip Wagner, j Victoria High school, Edmonton. Margaret Vic- toria High school, Edmonton. JIarie Marshall, Calr gary CoHegiaie Institute, Calgary. Ruth The War at. Wesley 953. Rer. Mr. CobbijHick, who returned OsJ from his vacatiori yesterday, win take his first opportunity, which presents 833 itself tomorrow .night to speak on 94fc the 'war situation, which has develop- 1 02J 1.01J ed during holiday. Bishop Pinkham Coll Calgary, Alberta High Class Rtjidential and Day School for. BOYS. Thorough or.Commercial Ca 'K Primary Department, years. Next firm begins September 15th. For all information apply to the Principal, REV. CANON HAVES. For tired aching feet Price 25c Only at! Jackson Co. Dispensing Chemlsti SOMETHING NEW NYAL'S FACE-CREAM SOAP Delightfully Perfumed A Wonderful Emollient, Perfectly. Antiseptic. In addition to being a frag- rant and mv igorating _. er for and nurS-v ery the" antiseptic and emollient Qualities of this soap m'lamniation, irritation and cio-gmg of the pores of the- skin J Price 25c a Cake The Red Cross Drug j Book Co., Limited I Thirg An, Riley's English CREAM. RUSSIAN, ASSORTED, EGG AND TREACLE (Old Fashioned) RUM AND BUTTER (Non- A Pure Food Confection. Goo-l for 40 Pound J.DJgiiibotliamfiCo.itiJ. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 MRS. FLORENCE WADE, Erg-; lish, French and German Dietetian, Household Economist and Lectur- er, will lecture oh Pure Foods .In" the Grocery Department of the Hudson Bjy, Monday and Tuesday afternoon, Aug.'17th and t8th, be- tween the hours -of 4 and 4.30. f> 1 i Of Kylands to. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME'JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL 4 BORCHERT ADJUST. ABLE NEMO COOL LICIOUS SUMMER DRINKS FRAPPES 182 BEATON'S 210 A 5th STREET SOUTH 'The, Citv band ttlH iold a baml con cert In Gait Gardens at 8 30 tomorrow evening-.: j CITY AND DISTRICT Returned from East r i Paul King, who has been on a Malt :o his old home at eland, return going south; to New Dayton. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notltei for th'i Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication- Judge Jackson Back Soon _ It is understood in local judicial cir- cles-'that his Honor Judge Jackson return, from the east on the 20th or 22nd of this 'month. Look.Who's .Here Some of. the.-visitors in the. city tot day: are; J. L. Glazier of .the Southern Alberta ;Land. Co.'s staff, at .Gleichen; Gardston; Boiiltbee, Coutts, and W. B. Koonig, Magrath Business College Opens August 24 The Garbutt Business College will open foi. the fall term on August 24 A M Fisher, the principal, "ftill he pleased to meet anj oersoa who is considenitg taking a. couise at-liis of- fice .froic -9.30, to 12 a.m. .and from 1.'30 to any, day next week, j Soldiers At the regular meeting of the Can- Foresters, heid in the K. of on Thursday evening, a motion- was- passed, unanimously that Court No 262 paj all in siiraiice. and ,-sipk and. luneral benefits for membersyKlio Cleave for the'front in defeucGrpf thp Empire.: It might also. tliat the C.O.F; Order paid cvipry claim ,of members who laid down ttieir lives in the Boer war. Donated But Couldn't Wear Flag An "episode with a generous sprinkl- ing of human interest occurred at the Merchants' Bank corner on Fifth street, this morning. A local German was approached by one of the ladies on be naif of the Red Cross and war emergency. fund, and asked to pur- chase a British flag. The approach was made innocently, and the German arose to-the occasion in a splendid manner, donating S2.00 to. the cause. a look of sadness on his face, he politely-Tefused 'to wear the i ion Jack. BUSINESS LOCALS The. high cost-of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner Croni'lS'to S, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours We have all the. British patriotic songs and airs; can be heard on the Victrola by a Victor record at the Victor Parlors. Mason and ftisch we -have in- stock an- other fresh shipment 'of at. The Frank Medley Drug Company Clean and 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. FALL OPENING Garbutt Business College .AIJBERTA BLOCK Day School MOD., Aug. 24 Night School Thurs., Aug. 3 -The College Offlce will foe open "every day neit week from 9 30 to ifc a-m anrfl 3D to 5 p m and the Principal will be pleased to meet anj tajting.ft 1 PHONE 1316 BESIDENCE PHONE "U v i t A.'M. >Fisfier" ri PRINCIPAL THESIANDARDBANK OF CANADA m Office i Toronto. v The Most ConvenientOfAlISmalllnvcstments The Standard Bank of Canada im-ites deposits of aad upwards. A passbook showing the amount of the balance will be -f> handed you when making the first deposit. You have then a Bank Account, to which you may add or from which you may withdraw at any time without unnecessary delay. Interest is paid on all balances twice a year, or added to principal. Capital and Reserve WMMW Assets over LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, Street N. G. F. BLETCHEH. CETHBRIDSE At Homei, Pure, Wholetorne, Delicious Dessert USE Hygienic Ice Cream THE KIND WITH THE SMOOTH, RICH, VELVET TA8TE PHONE 1632 THE HYGIENIC DAIRY FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. ITALY.. SITS HARD ON '.'.'WAR SPECULATORS RomV'Aiig. 14, via Ital- ian government shows energy in com- manoeuvres adopt- ed by. sjioculators, who: attempt to make money out. of the present trag- edy Shipowners are asking exorbi- tant prices for the transportation of coal from Bnglar-d and the United States, and as a result the government, announces It is about to make a re quisltion on all craft necessary Jo pro- vide the public service companies with the coal necessar> for OielfJune Registration of Births Notice is hereby to patents and others thai the Rcgisliation ol all Births in the City of Lethbridge is ic- quired by law, and must be made one month from date of Birth. Anyone'failing to do so is liable lo prosecution and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. -Registrar's Office, Acadiu Building, 3rd Avenue S. ;