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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta >I�REE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hfftel Windsor 11 aMt'tlias � Day Hotel in Altoarta  LETHBRIDGE DAILY Dr. Rusk's Cbick F A>ERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS lWMt� for eamplM and b� couvlacsd. Made br Taylor Milling & Elevator Company, Limited lethbridge, alberta. ^. Ton aax. ofttain this food fe-om ths/foUoWinff dealart: Taylor MUliag & Blc4fio OMia Co., Cal-Canr. Alta. OaskplMU. Wilcoa * Horae. LrtliWtdge, Alta. OUffary, Alfca. Fraduce C�., EUtsoa jniiir-g & iSierator Ob, LethbriiJge, Alta- iMeinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES WiTte^g, 'Aug. 18.-Opening and dosing'prices on the grain exchanges itoday Tvere: Oot. Deo. .....' May ... Oaia-cot. ..... �^�C. *(> Flax- ,iOct. :i(JoT..�u,... iDac/..... CASH PRICES IWieafr-No: 1 Nor. 1.04$ ; (Kor. l.oajr-No. 3 Nor. 98J. Oats-No..3 0. W., 46 ; Ex. No. (Feed, 46. Barley-No. 3 58 ; No. 4, 57. MINNEAPOLIS Wheat- Sept........................... Itec.......... ,................. CHICAGO Sept................., ......... Dec. ......... ........; ......... iMay ,.......................... Open Close ......... 97A-J 1.022 ......... 98 1.03 ,........ 1;06 1.09* ......... 46i 4Si 47i ......... 1.45 lf48i ��..... 1.40 ......... 1.50i No. 2 Before a large congregation at 'Wesley church Sunday evening. Rev. Colj-bledick delivered a stirring address on the present crisis. Taking a? his text Exodus 14:13, "Fear not, stand in marching order, and see the salvation of God," the preacher said the text I'eferred -to one oi the great crises in human history, v.hen the children of Israel were hedged in bv the Red Sea. In erery crisis the human and the dii'ine are hotli'required to act their part. The inconceivable has cocurred. The greatest war of the ceiiturie.3 is upon us. Canada is really at war for the first time since confederation. UTiat is our duty ? It is to understand tie issues. Our qilarrel is not with German for seeking extension, liut because 01 her method. Instead of seeking it by trade, as Britain does, she is doing so by militarism. This is not a -war of the German people, hut a quairel of the military section of the German nation, the Kaiser, his officers, and the big business interests of military armaments. The struggle is between liberty and detnqcracy on one side, and autocratic militarism on t-he other. The issue will either set back the hands of the !clock or will continue the v.'orld's progress in democracy. We firmly be-H-eve the latter � the issue. Canada's duty is plainly to assist the Motherland to the utmost of her power. In conclusion Mr. Cohbledick warned h;s congregation to avoid war's prevarications, and to believe no false witness even against the enemy until'it was verified. "There is sufficient inspiration for which we contend, without hatred or contempt. Our hearts and hands are with our boys who will go to the front." iias le,u general throughout the prairie provin-es. Kain has fallen in Sc..ithern Alherta. ( FOHECA!>T : All West-Fin* to-1 day and qn Wednesday. stationary or| a little higher temperature. CITY AND, Dl-STEIGT Police Court Three vag-s were fined ?1.00 and j costs each in police court tills morning by Acting-Magistrate Lindsay. Home From Business Jaunt C. Jiarir.aro, proprietcr cf the Columbia Macaroni Factory, lias returned ; frcm a two weeks' visit to Vancouver on business. Reesrvist Plays for La.?t- Time George D. Boue, the crack Callie footbuUer, who is generally admitted to be the be.=it all-round footba'J man ia the west, will play in his last game in Lathbridge tonight, when the Caledonians line, up against t'ae Sons of iCr:g!?.nd. Bone is a reservist, and leaves tonight to join, his regiment. Macleod Presbytery fviseia Tomorrow A mfCuing: 0!! the Ivlac'.cod Presby-jtery will be held tomorrow morning at St. Andrew's church, Nortii L,ech-briage, ccmmencing at 'J.Su Ki;v.r:>. xue resignation of the Rev. A. G. Cameron from tiip pastorale of Xnox church will be ci-j.-iEidered, and a n.av,- moderator wi'il liliely be aypoinitd to fill Rev. Mr. Cameron's place. The Antiseptic Hair Tonic Removes Dandruff. Keeps the Scalp in a Healthy Condition. Stimulates the Growth of Hair. Two >Size^;- . 50c aiiil .51.00 The Red Cross Drug &Book.Co., Limited Chan* est TSMrd Ava. HAVING HIS HOLIDAYS 95f 98 1.03i 1.04} 891 1.02 94 99? 1.06J Fernie, B.C., Aug. 17.-T. Dunn, Dominion Express agent at Medicine Hat, formerly of Lethbridge, passed through the city ou Sunday, on route for Nelson, where he intends spending a coupje of weeks' vacation. commc Take "Time liy.tho-.Forelook". and "lay" th|m in 1 pound tins.. .25c ypomicl tins. .$1.00 The ^!acal� Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 PE.�'.Ce"~IN WAR COUNT LEOPOLD BERCHTOLD Minister of Foreign Affairs of Austria-Hungary. There are separate miuistens for Austria and Hun.qary respectively besides this common min istor. rwoved to Royal Bank Building �The real estate office of Dowsley & Mulhem has been moved from the Sherlock Block to the Royal Bank gjuilding on the corner of Third avenue and Seventh street. EVE OF M London, Aug. 18.-Granville Fortes-eue, correspondent of the London Telegraph, sent the following despatch to his paper from Namur today: "We are on the eve of the first bat-Ule." "Aeroplanes are circling overhead." "Six hundred thousand Germans are weeping on towarda the Meuse. Can-rot jive you direct Information as to ! diapoaition of forces for obvious rea-na." GIANT PYTHON'S COILS STRANGLE GERrv'L\NY'S BOASTED DREADNOUGHTS London, Aug. 17.-The Observer's i every sea. There are converted mer-naval correspondent says: "Since last ;chantmen as well as Ebii,s of tbe navy. Sunday, August 9, there have been no j Against these the Jew small cruisers , , . 4. c., rpu,iOf the Germans have proved of no events recorded in the North Sea. The ., . ^ imore avail than penny steamboat?;. It ever-tightening constriction of the unlikely they have taken a single i python's colls do not yield dramatic prize in ail the seas of the world. If incidents, though the struggles of its they have, they must have sunk them, victims may and probably wiK. It ir> |for they cannot spare prize crews from not to be believed that the young Ger- their sma'il compiemonts, nor are there man navy will resign itself to inactiv-1 any ports to which they could take iiy, or that sooner or later it will notthCin. Swedish-Norwegian Peace Monument -'Unveiled Last Sunday Stockholm, via London, Aug. 18.-A Swedish-Xorwegian monument of peace, erected on the Norway frontier, near Charlottenburg, was unveiled on Sunday in the presence of 10,000 persons, including the members of the parliaments of the two countries. The rrcsltlnnt of the Storthing delivered an address in which he expressed Nor-v,e,"?!an satisfaction with the common neutrality of Sweden and Norway. There are rumors here that German Vice-Con::;:'! Godeko, at Abo, Finland, :ind three brothers were condemned to dccth and executed at St. Peters-burs on a charge of having tried to procure t*n Finnish pilots for German �warships. strike with all its force. Be that as it may, a very remarkable tiling has al- "On the other hand, the Lusitanla arrived home in perfect safety, des- ready happened. So tight is the grip | pite machinery defects, and the Maure- 10� 15c EMPRESS 11. SERIES "The Adientiu'es ; of Kathlyn" TODAY of our squadrons upon tlie German coast that the North Sea is again in use as a high road of commerce. The Danes are sending us supplies and British shipping is passing to and fro between our ports and those of Scandinavia. The brutal policy of scattering con- tania is going to start. German and Austrian ships have fallen victims by the wholesale, or are sewed up in neutral ports. Where are the ocean greyhounds of the Hamburg-American line and the North German Lloyd line? Some are at Boston, some at New York, some at Pernam- tact mines in the path of peaceful I buco, some, no doubt, at Kiau-Chau, at shipping has had no other effect than to deepen the condemnation which the civilized world passed on German disregard for the rights of nations. "It is Shanghai or at Yokohama. If it 'were only the cruisers they had to face, some of them would have made a run for their money, but what In the good? the great fleet standing on |To get home tiiey must pass our great guard which is making its influence felt from one' end of the world to the other. ..^i-ttiBli cruisers now swarm la fleet., and that is a hopeless task. So they stay where' they are with what grace they may." t .. STEAMERS COLLIDE New York, N.Y., Aug. 18.-The steamer Westland, laden with sugar from Antilla, Cuba, for New 'York, was in collision today with the steamer Mannahata, carrying freight and a few passengers from New York to Baltimore, near Northeast Lightship, near Cape May, N..J., according to information received here by the Maritime Exchange. The steamer Porto Rico was said to be standing by. CITY AND DISTRICT Nobleford Visitor J. Quinsey of Npbleford is � in the city today. . Move to Barons � Grant & Moir are moving their real estate office to Barons.' Bandsmen Notice . The City band will meet, Jn-uniform', at Wesley hai'i, at_ 8' o'clock ;to-nlght,,to help give the volunteers and reservists a send-off. � Bring rniislc stand, and every member be ba Land, if possible at all. ' � ~; ;, PICTURE BUTTE  T. A-. McDonald, bur. worthy postmaster, is ketpiug his . teiims busy �thsse days, harrowing . his summer fallow to get a good . seed bed for next year's crop. He tells us he is getting 10 acres in shape for a crop of mangolds for cow feed, as he intends to be a heavy patron oi our new creamery. Questioned as to how he is going to keep so large an acreage free from Russian Thistle, he says he is obtaining a couple of Celestials from Biag Wo, .the gardener, in town, to hoe the crop during the summer on the same lines as our alfalfa rnag-nate. Looks as if Its mi.ght add a Chink Laundry as a side line and look after the young bloods of Picture Butte so far as their linen is concerned. We understand tliat John Graham has oftercd his services in connection with, the Canadian contingent for Europe. Good for you, Jack ! Alfalfa sown here on the 10th of July has attainetl a heiglit of 124 inches to date. Picture Biilte leads the way on dry land.. In connection with the rempunt department's inquiry for horses suitable for remounts, wc unilerstaiid a number of horses will be ofi'ered locally, among them being "Whitey." Casualties among settlers . seem to b-o heavy'this season here. Jlr. Fisher has a disabled horse and Jlr. Pcar-s.;n a sick cow at the present. Hard tinres theie ! The optimistic farmers are now busy at tlie anvil. It is raining at Picture Butte. Yes, raining I Now, watch the alfalfa ! the kind with the smooth, rich, velvet taste  phone 1632 THE HYGIENIC DAIRY Ca fifth avenue a south, The Southeirn Alberta Welding Co Commercial Law, Spelling, Writing and English. 2. SHORTHAND COURSE:-'Shorthand, Typewriting, Spelling, Correappndence, Manifolding, Office Routine, . Rapid Calculation, Penmanship, and English. 3. clerical or combined course:-Including aV auibjoeta of Shorthahd Course and a Primary Courso iB Bookkmp-' ;. ('' ing, and Business Arithmetic. . ' 'i ; ��'sj'i,^^ ^ - FALL OPENING - - ifcStnr^p-.- � Day School : Night School STUDENTS Phone 1315 Office noAV open : Monday, Aug. 24th : : Thursday, Sept. 3rd MAY ENTER AT ANY TIME Residence Phone 1531 A.M. Fisher, Prliicipal CITY AND DISTRICT Capt. Lindsay Acting-Chief The local firemen who will enter the Provincial tournament at Red Deer, left the city last night. During the absence of Chief Hardy, Captain i/'Llndsay will be acting chief. BUSINESS 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. 163-0 E. W. Kingston, tailor, 706 3rd Ave. is now showing the fimartest and most up-to-date goods for fall and ,xTf�rT. r, T^n-n rn-i-TT-, winter overcoats and suits, (latest THElE SEmiCES TOR THE styles.) Ladles' Raglan coats made . KING- to measure from your own cloth. 210-5 Hon. Clifford Sifton, Hon. Adam I have taken over the management jjgek fiij. Donald Mflni) Tlirec of the Alexandra Barber. Shop, {an(i^.�\? ^ ir"""!. ^'^^^'^ �in passing) just look us over. Franljtiistmgumhed Caniidians who have Thoniaa. 210-lofferedito serve iu any capacitj. � Castle Bar Closed The bar of the Castle Hotel has been ordered closed by the Attorney-General's department at Edmonton. The license for this hotel was recommended at a.recent meeting of the license cominlBsloners, pending certain improvemehts. V Death cf Infant ' The infant daughter of the Rev, aid Mrs. W. C. Marsh, of Hardieville, died this morning. The babe was born only a few days ago. The fuiieral fill be held tomorrow afternoon Iroiu Hurst's undertaking pai'iorn. City Pays Up " ' "T" The city has paid up a loan of f 160,* 000 from the Bank of.Montreal, 'Th'e total taxes collected to data Is'46 pier cent, of the whole. The 5 per cent discount on remaining taxfB- xVllllbi In force from now until the end of November. i, '', :. ; � Entire Stock of Millinery , -CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, TOYS, DOLLS, ETC. Must bejSold � -rC"'-. : BY SEPTEMBER 4,'1914i' /'"i^^rril!! � ,.-EVERYTHING QRBATLY REDUCED-BAiRGAINS ON ALL SIDES Miss C A. Cooksley 404 13TH STREET NORTH;. ^^^^ ;