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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor But a Day Hotel In Alb.rt. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The DallM Hotel UK Beit and May Dr, Rusi's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG iWrtte for aamplai and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company. Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Tow obtain this food from the following dealwi: fwlor Milling 6 Elevator Co., AJta. Milling Elevator Co., NeUon. B. 0. AlftwU Pacific Grain Co., Cal- Atta. Cunpbell, Wilsoa Home, Letbbrldge, Ate. Crows Foed Produce Co., Ellison Milling Blerator Ok, LeUlbridge, Medicine Hat Milling Co., Htdl- duo Hat, Alta. 'A. Co., Letfehrldfe, Alta. Ogilvie Milling Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Saturday Specials in Fruit and Vegetables RIPE Finest quality, 5 pound B. C. CUCUMBERS, EXTRA FINE Pricn and -up CORN ON THE Size Price per dozen...................... S'QC SWEET pounds for .........25o FINEST B. C. nounda for 25c EATING pounds for 25c COOKING pounds for.......... 250 GREEN pound ..............25c BARTLETT pound baskets, oach..35c FREESTONE AND pound baskets...........40c ouch......... ...16c and 15c GREEN CAGE PLUMS, SILVER, ITALIAN AND HUNGARIAN PRUNES AND BRADSHAW choice, per basket........35c ALL KINDS EXCEPT ITALIAN Per ctise, 4 baskets ITALIAN boxes, each Office: DL _ Phonel271 THE GOOD CO Al-J HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES DL Phone 525 WEATHER Pure Milk and Cream WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH MILK AND CREAM FROM THE BEST HERDS AND DAIRIES IN THE DISTRICT. PHONE 1632 THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. Lethfaridge, clear Edmonton, fair Calgary, fair..... Medicine Hat, cloudy ilacleod, clear..... Red Deer, clear Prince Albert, fair Saskatoon, clear Moose dear.. Regina, clear.... portage, clear Port Arthur, clear Pine and witrm Why We Save You MONEY We sare you money because we know-how to buy goods. We know how to keep bur goods in fiist class condition. There are no unnecessary losses in our store due to stock becoming damaged. Therefore we do not have to charge you exorbitant prices on account of Josser which are due to oversight. We knowjhpw to serve you best and .know how to save-you 'iupn- ey. We'll be satisfied if yob will give us an opportunity to prove our claims. MARKETS GRAIN PRICES Open Close 1.03 J. 1.08J Jackson Co. Dispensing chemists BIG BATTLE ON Paris, Aug. 21, 4.40 Matin says'the French have captured thus far 91 German field suns, four flags and 13 automobiles. UeuL-CoL Rousett, a retired mili- tary matt and a critic of excellent re- putation, says the great battle has be- gun along a front of nearly 250 miles, men taking part. FRIDAY'S Oct............... Dec.............-.. May Oct.......j........... 47 Dec............................ 1.421 Nov............................. i'Dec............................ CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor. No. 2 C. IV................. No. 3 C. W.................. No. 3 No. 4 Flax- No. l.K. W. C............. (Oats, barley and (lax all MINNEAPOLIS Opc-u Sept........................... 1.01? Dec............................ 1.01 CHICAGO Sept........................... 91 Dec............................ 00 May........................... l.OSi llin. 50 48 44 60 42 41 52 50 40 47 Mai. 76 64 76 SS 73 73 71 S3 ..69 84 S4 52 76 56 has been general throughout the prairie prov- inces. Forecast and warm today and on Saturday. Alberta and and warm today. A few scattered showers tonight and on Saturday, CITY AND DISTRICT City Boilers Inspected The city boilers at the power house were inspected and passed yesterday by the Provincial boiler Mars ball. Look Who's Here Some of the visitors in the city to- day are: John T. Stirling, Chief iline Inspector Thos. F. Brunton, Warner; and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fewings, Medi- cine Hat. Medicine Hat Trains Off? It has been reported to the Leth- brldge Board of Trade that trains 511 1.02} l.OL} 1.035- and 512, running to and from Medi- 1.01 cine Hat, are to be taken off, and the service from here to Calgary over the Aldersyde line only, continued. The report comes from Medicine Hat Nyal's Hirsutone The Antiseptic Hair Tonic Removes Dandruff. Keeps the Scalp in a Heal- thy Condition. Stimulates" the Growth of Hair. Two 5Qc and The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited ThIM 1.40} 1.42 1.41 and Superintendent Walker's office here cannot confirm it. JOIN ALLIED ARMIES London, Aug. 21, 5.47 ing to dispatches received at the Bel- legation here, the Belgian army retired on Antwerp in good order, and is now ready to co-operate with the allies. It will cost you only ?2.00 a day, -512.00 a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS Want Cheap Rates on Feed J. Quinsey of .Noblefurd, a director of the United Farmers of Alberta, was Jin the city early this week. Mr. Quin- l.OaJjsey stated that" the U.F.A. were en- 1.03J deavoring to secure cheap rates on feed from the north to districts in the south, where feed was scarce, and the Board of Trade has suggested that cheap rates from the Coaldale alfalfa areas be included. It is likely that a 7 or a 7M: cent rate will be granted. j The requests for certificates for the jone cent a mile rate for farmers going ito the harvest fields elsewhere than good j jn southern Alberta, have been fairly numerous. In some cases free trans- portation is being supplied by the Pro- vincial government. Close 1.04 1.01. TELEPHONE NO. 322 CITY AND DISTEIGT Gas Co. Official Here H. B. Pearson, general superintend- ent of the gas company, and Mrs. Pearson, motored in from Calgary this morning. Mr. Pearson is visiting tlie local office. Presented With Gold Ring The local lodge of the Sens of Eng- land presented Harry Woods, who left with the volunteers on Tuesday night, with a gold emMem ring, as a token of j regard and memory. Steamship Advices The Holland American Steamship Co. has advised the local agent, S. B. Mitchell, that until further notice pas- sage can be booked, for outgoing steamers by Americans, Hollanders, FSrencii', Belgians, Germans, Austri- ans, Hungarians, Swiss and English, in j j-rei" President' for all classes, except English passengers Alberta of the Sons of England Bene- in the third class. Austrian-Hungarian m Society, has returned from the Na- pasaengera must book through to des- tional convention held at Windsor, TOtET PABER Sguarq, Round A Special Roll at 6 for 25c. The Store CITY AND DISTRICT Glen Lathrop III Glenn Lathrop. sou of O. T. Lathrop, is ill at Grassy Lake, with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Lathrop have been cull- ed to Grassy Lake, and are with their son. His condition is not serious. Cut the Weeds By Tomorrow Night Chief Skelton issues another warn- ing -with regard to weeds. All those who have not cut the weeds on their property by Saturday night will be summoned on Monday morning. The fine imposed for this offence is not less than 55.00 nor more than Progressive Citizen Leaves James Glenister, for the past four years iocal manager of Metals, Ltd., left this afternoon for Edmonton, to which place he has been transferred. Mr. Gleuister will be made the local manager 'at the capital city, aud al- though his removal from the city is a distinct loss, it comes as an advance- ment Jlr. Glenister has been an act- ive member of the Board of Trade, and has served on various committees during his membership, most recently as an acquisition to the membership committee. He is decidedly progres- sive, and his going will be keenly re- gretted. Sons of England Get Life Insurance tination. The O.P.R., Allan line, C.N. I Qnt. Every man belonging to this or- R., White Star, Donaldson and Cunard and who enlists for service lines are also handling on bchalf of the Empire, will be given ,_ _ ._., n n-L. insurance policy for ?1000. The society is also nlanhing to look after the families of all the reservists on tween here and Great Britain. Scandinavian-American line The will The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours The Surprise of Your Life will be on the COUNTER AT THE RED CORNER SATURDAY DON'T MISS IT 8. A, 3rd and 6th. handle passengers to Norway, Sweden and Denmark, Scandinavians to be booked as usual, Americans with pass- ports only, Finns and continentals not to be accepted, even though booked to Scandinavian ports. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P Player, Victoria, B. C., August 17 a daughter. Royal North West Mounted Police Recruits Wanted Apply to the nearest Officer Com- manding, R. N. W. M. Police. Appli- cants must, be between the ages of twenty-two and forty-five, and have certificate of exemplary character Term of enlistment: 1 year; Pay; per diem, rations, quarters and uniform found. The minimum height Is 5 ft. 8 in., and chest measurement 35 inches. No payment will be made to any newspaper publishing this advertise ment, without proper authority. A. B. PERRY, Comniiscioner, R.N.W.M. .Police. their membership roll. Mr. Robins stated that tho convention was a. de- cided success. Delegates attended, from .ill over Canada: Vancouver to Halifax. BUSINESS LOCALS TJie high cost of living so.lved by eating at tlie Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to S, 25 cents. Pie and Coffeu 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. 1C E. W. Kingston, tailor, 706 3rd Ave. is now .showing the -smartest and most up-to-date goods for fall and winter overcoats and suits, (latest styles.) Ladies' Raglan coats made to measure from your own cloth. 210-5. Sell Papers to Help Mother "Frank Smith, aged nine, years, ap- plied at the police station yester- day lor a license to sell the Herald, and thereby hangs a tale. Frank is a mere youngster, but he is. as sturdy as his namesake, "Gunboat." He had in his possession 50 cents for the'li- cense, and ten cents with which to start in business. The magistrate traded a dollar bill for the 50 cents, and after the license was paid for, Frank still had the half dollar, a coin- cidence which sorely puzzled him. The little tot is out to make a stake. His mother is very sick, and there are doctor's bills to be paid, so Frank is going to help as much as he can by ing papers. The boy's parohts come from Poland, and he expressed is sincere thanks that his country he- onged to the triple entente. He lives at 21t> Fourteenth street north, and his mother is very sick at the present time. Police Court E. Ualdry, who laid a charge of as- sault against a hotel proprietor, was himself charged 'with false pretences it being alleged that he obtained 50 cents by means of a worthless cheque, some time in September, The hotel 'proprietor was fined S5.00 and. costs, and fialdry was remanded, at police court yesterday. W. L. ClarkR, charged with the theft of tools from the Southern Alberta Welding Co., was again remanded at the request of the prosecution. The Chief of Police of Transcona, Man., who arrested Clarke, was to have ap- peared as a witness, but the prosecu- tion had been informed by the Mayor of Transcona that the Chief had en- listed as a volunteer for service over- seas, aud could not come to Leth- bridge. This necessitated getting an- other witness, and the case is adjourn- ed until Monday. F. .Tude Gary, charged 'with swindl- ing A. M. Grace out of was re- manded until Saturday, and allowed to go on his own recognizance. He is being defended by J. n. Palmer. PROTECT YOURSELF Against the advance on groceries. You can save money during this month Just Call Up 1657 For Prices DONALDSON'S OLD STAND, DUFF ADDITION B. C.- 20 pound sack Robin Hood PerIsabk, New 8 pounds for Dairy 4 pounds for Creamery Per pound Blue Ribbon ft ft 3. pounds for Per pail. 5Qc, 7oc I BREAKFAST Quaker loc Shredded 2 for CuC Pui'Ced Rice and Wheat COG Post 1 Per package I UC Grape t A ij Per package...........80C 25c 90c 30c 25c Lime Per bottle, 40c and.... Eiffel Tower Lemonade Per-tin............... Grape Per-.bottle............ Tomato .Large bottle Heiiiz Pickles- Sweet or sour Comb Per box.............. 4 tins for CANNED GOODS Tomatoes, i5c or 3 for Corn, Peas and Beans 2 for Pears, Peaches and Apricots, 2 for Pork and Beans 3 for................ Sauer Per tin.............. 35c? 25c 30c 30c 406 25c 35c 25c 25c Eggo Baking lewder..per tin 10, 25, 50 Central Gash Grocery 801 9th Ave. S. A. E. KINNEAR, Prop. On Car Line COOL DELICIOUS SUMMERAfDRINKS ICE CREAM TRY OUU FRAPPES BEATON'S 210 A 5th STREET SOUTH SATURDAY SPECIAL Free with each purchase of a Razor, Strop or Shaving Brush worth or more, we will give you absolutely tree a Hone worth For First Class Shavers' Re- qulrcmcnto see.our window. The Frank Hedley Drug Company LETHBRIDGE Magistrate Suspended Sentence E. Balrtry, accused of obtaining 50 cents by means of a worthless clieque from Chas. Hansen, was allowed off on suspended sentence by Magistrate Elton, this morning. Two drunks were fined Si.OD and costs each. Wfll Be Assured Positions; Manager Smith of Hudson's Bay store here 1ms received word from headquarters that all emjrtoj'ees the company enlisting for active ser- vice abroad, will he guartnteiid their positions upon their return. tee ioik Good? Turkey Poultry Spring Ducks Spring Chicken Cooked Meats Beef, Mutton, Pork Spring Lamb, Sausage All fresh and superior quality Phone your orders in the morning DELANYS LIMITED Phone452 ;