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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I frMe H TO ALL HtteloWindmr i Day Hetel In I I B LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN LiTMMIPM r I Tfce DidlM I le the Beet and Mott Dr, Rusk's Gift F A MUKCTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS IMHta-l convluced. by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBR1DQE, ALBERTA. foa car arts food from the following uealert: Taylor Milling Elevator Ellison Milling Hlerator Ot, Lottbridge, AiU. Wilwm Orals Co., Oal- Hone, Alia, Produce Oo, Letibrfage. Alia. Neaietae Hat Milling Co., Mall- ana Hat, Aita. 't. Macdonsls Co, Alta. Ojllvis MilhBS Co., Ltd., Mail- cine Hat, AIU. Robin Hood Mills. Calcarr, Green Gage Plums, Bradshaw Plums and Freestone Peaches are HUB to prcservo now Prices afe very reasonable, and the l8 exceptionally fine. member, especlaltj, are never to beluad for lery long} ao If you want to put up I get them FREESTONE PEACHES, CRAWFOR08 OR iase Crates of four 5 Ito baskets, each___ Or pel basket...............35o RIPE BARTLETT !b baskets, 6-pound baskets, each PLUMS, GREFN GAGES OR Re- any. .5Do Office: THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES, Phone 525 WEATHER Min. 51 .28 41 50 .40 56 48 .15 10 It will cost you on'y S2 00 a tll.HO a week to spend your taxation rt Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and FUIiing Resort ot the Kootenays FISrflNCS BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating al'tlie Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie end Coffee lOc Short Oi'ders at all hours War Maps 25c, 5Oc and Robertson's Bookstore Next to Lethbridgs Hotel PHONE 1265 BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost a" solved by eating at the 'Dallas Cafe Dinner from-12 to S. 25 cents.' Pie alii) iO cents." Short orders at all hours. We have all the British, patriotic solids and heard on tile by a Victor rpconl at the Victor Parlors., 'Mason .and Ltd. GIFT Calgary, Alia., Aug. B.CA Fruit Growers' assoeia- fion Trill 'give'lOO.OPO boxes of apples for: the British troops in.the field. t GRAIN PRICES, Aug. and on the gram exchanEes t- d_v were 1 Open Close O t i 98 Be 17t S3 Vry 1 03i 1 OH Oct 46} 46i Dec; 45 1 37 Dec CASH. PRICES No. 1 Kpr, No, 2 Nor No. 3 Hor. Oats- No. 3: C. W Ex. No. 1 Feed '.-F.13I-1 No- 1C. W No. 2 C. '-W. -MINNEAPOLIS Wheat- Sept. 95 J- Bee. CHICAGO Sept 87} Deo S3i; May i.oot 1 41 1 11} 143i 1.021 1.37 1.44 95 J 8H 95} 1.02} Rome, via London, Aug. Confirmation of the.naval fight in Sea Is given in a dis- patch, to the Corrlere d'ltallan to- day) which says the'Auitrlan bat- ship Zrlnyi and three other whose, names could not'be IScerUlned, were sunk by the French fleet A great of French and English .warships are to be. patrolling the coast. I An Eastern Visitor Jaraes of Petro'iia, B. Peat of this city and of Mrs: G. C. McDonald of New'D'ayton, is a ,tliltor In town Will the city of Lethbridge issue Uthbridge, fair 76 Edmonton, clear Calgarj, fair 70 Medicine Hat, clear... 84 Macleod, "cloudy 83 Red Deer, clear 73 Saskatoon, clear 76 Jais, clear.. 92 Ilegiua, clear S6 Bi-aiioon, cloudj 84 S2 Winnipeg, cloudy SO Port Arthur, cloudy 86 The weather has been moderated narm in the Prairie provinces Scat tered shovers have occurred in each province. Forecast and cooler. Tuesday: Fair and cool. Saskatchewan and and comparatively cool today and on Tuesday. 45 4G 50 52 49 50 50 50 CITY AND BISTBICT Red Deer Fair OpemTTc-morrow The annual fair; and race meet at Red Deer opens tomorrow. Thursday is the big programme of races, with generous purses attach- ed, will be the main attraction. Look Who's Here Some of the week-end visitors in the city were p M Lejdon, Oranum F Verburg H. River, W PiHmg, Cardston, F V-? Eastcrhrook, Burdett; Q. W.- Larsen and Chas James, Grass} Lake, and C R.-Newton, Cranbrook. An Exprnsive Niqht's Lodging Jolm Klaus, at first thought to'be a German who might have been connect- ed 'with army, TVSS rarrested last night -while sieepiiig la the S. Satinders' hay' barn: He was fined and costs, whion Is slightly in excess of the price of a bed. Klaus denied being German, he 'was a appeared before Inspector ..Lindsay. Steamshio Movements The Allan line advises that, the Tun- isian for Liverpool on Thurs- day morning, August 20. .The Allan line: steamer, Corinthian is reported off Gap.s Race. She will be due at Quebec. on Tuesday noon, Montreal "Wednesday morning: West- ern passengers.should arrive at Leth- bridge on Sunday; August 23 Allan line off Fame Point; due and Montreal at 9 this Leth- bridge passengers should reach here August 21. Prominent Typo in Town, Lethbridge Typographical Union No. 551 on Saturday'.had the pleasure of a visit from B. W. Bellamy, of Medicine Hat, secretary of. the Western Canada Conference of Typographical' Unions. Mr. Bellamy addressed the members of the local union in the Labor Hall, 'baby bonds" for sale in tlie money j fa co'UISe his speech took marts.of the east, under the bylaws to a compljment tir the dty of Lethbridge; which he Vas vis- This question came up at this morn- ing's meeting, when a communication containing the suggestion was receiv- ed from the British'Canadian Trust Co. News that the city will shortly have bonds for sale lias reached the bond dealers in the east, and othe inquiries were received, among them being the G. A. Stimson Co. The Bri- tish Canadian is. of the opinion that bonds of the denomination of S100 could be pelldled through the country suite easily, althcagh there is no guar- antee as to price. American firms are watching Canadian municipal bond I issues also, and the general impres-! slon Is that they are trying to buy at a low figure to hold for. a rise. The'inauirers are to he notified that t the city 'will be governed by their lira-1 ited agreement with-' their fiscal ag-1 ents, the Dominion.Securities Corpora- the W..A. McKenzie Co. of! Toronto.' These agents 'wrote to the Mayor some time ago, asking that the issue -under the bylaws recently sup- be'.held ov until October, glv- iiig as their reason that the bond mar- ket was to. the absence from, their places of business of the majority .of bond buyers. The city is under agreement to give-their fiscal agents a month's notice b'efore the issued, ?md 'if their hid is not to give them a fur- ther two weeks in which to amend their, offer. It Is likely that nothing will he done In the matter until these agents .are heard' from. They havo givoii the commissioners nothing on' the bond market since the wnr broke outlii' .Europe. ilty Iting for the first time, on the neat appearance of the city and the beauty of its public parks. The meeting was preceded by a dinner at the Alexandra Hotel, at which most of the members e of No. 551 sat down, and at which Sir. r i Bellamy was the guest of honor. The served and jBi dinner was much enjoyed by com- positors." gue excellently Penslar Tread-Easy For tired aching feet Price 25c 1 Only ai Jackson Co. Dispensing' CJieniU'tt SOMETHING .NEW FACE-CREAM SOAP Delightfully Perfumed .A Wonderful Emollient, Perfectly Antiseptic. In! addition to being a frag- rant and .invigorating cleans- v_er toilet, bath and nurs- ery the antiseptic iand emttment qualities of this soap inflammation, irritation: and clogging of the pores of the skin Price 25c a Cake The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited MI ThM Avk THE BULLETIN BOARD Meeting of Kentisn association at St..-.Marx'si hall tonight at 8'o'clock. All Kentishmen welcome. Court Star of Lethbridge, A OF., will hold an important meeting in the 1OOF hall tonight All members urged to attend Visitors welcome. CITY AND DISTKICT Majeitlc Theatrf Opene Tonight The 'Majestic Theatre opens to- night for_the first time under the Walker management, for the fall sea- son, with "Kitty Mackav' and a first- class London company The new man agement is fortunate in obtaining this attraction for their open- ing, and should start the season with a lull house. Departure for Camp Postponed The Y MCA camp at "naterton Lak'eE'has been postponed one account of the ram The bojs nill leaie' on Wedn-sdav mo.nmg at 425 JIail; intended for members of the camping party should be addressed in care of Major Shiiltze, Pincher Creek. Rfley's English CREAM WALNUT, RUSSIAN, ASSORTED, EGG AND MI .TREACLE (Old-Fashioned) RUM AND BUTTER (Non- A Hbod Confection. Good for the VKiddles." 40 Cents Per Pound The Store 322 MRS, FLORENCE WADE, Eng lish, French and German Dietetian, Household Economist and Lectui- 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. lOc EMPRESS 11 SERIES "The Adventures loc of Kathlyn" TbDAY Back From'.Great Falls Mayor -HarmtrretuVned on'Saturday afternoon from he attended, the Prosperity celebration. Among other comments on. the so.uth- ern city, thei that Great Fails had a tax rato of 37 mills. Notices for this Column should reach thu Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication COOL DELICIOUS SUMMER DRINKS RAPPES BEATON'S 210 K 5th STREET SOUTH' Age Limit Raised TVord came from headquarters this morning-that the age limit on horses for Amount service in the Rojal Police -wOuld be seven to eleven years The minimum age is five yiws Five hundred horses are being purchased, and': .Wednesday is' the buying day here Superintendent ilson has been appointed 'the' purchasing" agent for the entire west WILSON'S OFFER OF MEDIATION TURNED DOWN Washington, D. C., Aug. Britain, France and Austria decline President Wilson's offer of mediation. GERMAX ACKXOWLEDGEMENT Washington, Aug. ac- knowledged receipt of President Wil- son's proffered good offices in media- tion or.arbitration. All the warring countries .except Russia have now re- plied. FREN'CH ANSttER London, Aug. despatch to the Chronicle from Paris says that the French foreign minister, Rene Viviani, replying to the American of- fer of mediation, remarked that France has been attacked despite her steady refusal, to take'the aggressive, and says, in. thanking President Wil- son, "You may be assured that the French government and people will recogn ze in your -idea new evidence of your interest in the destinies of France." Clean ami Pure The inner part of the wheat berryH ground, bolted and dressed by the'' most'modern machinery'under "the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Parties, At Hornet, or Daneei A Pure, Wholeeome, Delicious f "SB i Hygienic Ice Cream THE KIND WITH'THE SMOOTH, RICK, VELVET PHONE 1632 THE HYGIENIC DAIRY tOl -V '.FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. M THE The-council ibis morning to tab- At tba regular nieettag of the com- missioners this morning, the foilow- mg thiitgs happened The T'aylor Milling company was 'A reduction of 15 per cent rn an outstanding poner bill of E. Presidents of the Lc-thbrldgB'TradeS and Labor Council, was appointed as cleriv of the Civic, Labor Bureau at monthly salary of The grant provided in the es- lor the Trades anil Labor Council Vvas oidered paid to the sports committee. will be IN THE U.S, AID; FOR FARMERS Distribution of Rams and Boars by the Federal Department of Agri- culture As the.distribution of pure-bred stal- lions and bulls, 125 and 414 of which, respectively, have been located in dif- ferent parts of the Dominion, has now been completed for the current year, it is announced that tho Livestock branch of the Federal department' of Agriculture will undertake a further distribution of pure-bred rams and hoars during the months of August, September and October next, to asso- ciations of farmers organized in dis tricts in which the services of sati" factory breeding' animals in these classes are not aready available. Ap- plications for rams and boars, a 'large number ;pf which have already been should be made at an early date, as it will not be possible to con- ildef.'thdeii that are not made prior to October 1. Farmers desiring to se cure the services ot such stock should arrange. tO-Organize an association in tiieir district, and forward' their ap- plication to the1 Livestock Commis sioner, department of Agriculture, Ot- tawa, from whom application blanks and all information with rdspect'to the conditions under which pure-brad sires are distributed, may bo obtained. It is' understood that all applications shall reported officers of the .'Livestock branch, and that fav- orable action as regards any applica- tion he subject to the approval of the_ Livestock Commissioner.. Let- tors "addressed to' the department'do not requlrp Chicago, Hug' 15 The uedefal grand jury nov. sitting will he the medium .for-the-Chicago .inquiry, into the war, time prices, according to a statement made by District Attorney Wilkersoh: said Mr Willeisci, "I shall confer with agents of the De- paitment of Justice to learn what they have ascertained Further infor- mation will be, gamed by. .summoning merchants, and dealers in foodstuffs the grand 4ury next ALL OVER U S. Washington, to the Department of Justice today show that the investigation into food prices in state and almost ev- ery large city is going on The U S attorney at San Fran- cisco telegraphed that the investiga- tion had prevented in n crease in shipping rates to foreign ports on canned goods I rom Kansas City came the re- used on the Lnboi Day (ports pra gram. UUsws 2U and 245, recently ed by the burgesses, Teoi t third time and ordered signed sealed, A hack license was granted Samuel'Hall. .C. Wtstlcy's contract witt tfie.cltl an tax collector, has been temporal) ily cancelled. An application Q. Mai son for a position with the crty a{ engineer was tabled, and the citjl rlerk authorized to inform him the city did not contemplate ing any, more help; port that there beet sugar of the market. From Brooklyn telegraft that the Grand Jury, will iipeet Wednesday. Other district attorneys, asked fol special agents to lupplemtnt 'thea own efforts. MACLEOD CHURCH CALLS NEW PA8TOH Macleod; Aug.' con gregation of Christ have extended a call to'tha Rev. Wat kin-Jones of Coleman to fill the.val cancy la the chureh, caused by departure of the Rev G Bathurst Hall The Kov; Watkin Jones has accepted the call, on the first of September. The da cision to makp this call was arrived a) after a consultation with HoH bin of Calgary, who haa conducta) several services In' tho church gently. _______- coming bom thl countries of waricontlnue to pour in to Maly hj the thousands Most afl in distress and the government, ani individuals are doing their provide them with food and shelter! 50 Per Cent Work plus 50 Per Cent Training Equals The Trained Man or Woman one ertd li that of acquiring Independence by de- veloping your own James J. Hill. YOUR BRAINS, MY FRIEND, ARE YOUR OWN RBCOURCES- DEVELOP THEM. Willingness to work Is nrQfitftble only if coupled with knowledae of how- to; work. Its the. rta-kes for" success Build and, strengthen your position by acqulr- Sg I commercial in thoroughly eQuipped School you iiuVf only to supply the initiative We will give you tho trabliw fit you for a bigger, better, broader bunlnoss success, Garbutt Business College AUBERTA BLOCK FALL'OPENINQ-MONDAY, AUGUST 24th; OPF.CE OPEN FROM ;