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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I BUt TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hottl In 1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr. Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG iWrite tor Mmjilss and bo eonlnatd. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Ton obtain this feed from tlio followlne ''tiylor Milling Elevator Co., EllUon Milling Bleratot JLetibrldso, .Medicine Hat.MllUni; Ofc, cine Hat, AHa. Alberta' Pacific Grain 'Co., Cil- Macdoaald ft Alta. oiiivie Mirnig oo., wt, iirfi cine Bat, Alts. -Vita, Taylor .Mtlllns t Etevctor Co., Nelion, B. C. sary, Alto, Cfcupbell. Wilson Creriu Feed ft Pvoeuce A1K-. Robin Hood MBls, Calgary, -WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. 610 Eighth Street So-Jth. 411 brolren Msshiaory. Cast iron, Copper, Steci. in lict even-Using" made as good as new by the .Oxy-Aoetylene Welding Process ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR.MONEY REFUNDED A Giie ua a t-ial Don't throw your broken machinery away. Tir. can repair it at small cosL R fe McbLURE_Manaaer. Wky We Save You IONEY awe you money because we know-' how to buy goods. We -Scow hoi' to keep' our roods in con-iitiou. Thsrs art- no unDcCtssary losses iu our store -due to stock becoming damaged. Therefore we do not hare to charge you exorbitant prices cit account of lesser -whl-jU are dua to oversight. We know to serve you .test anri we fcaovv how to save you mon- ey. "ftvi! ie satisElQJ if you give us- aa tc prove :pa? cJalms. Jackson Dispencing Chemists COOL DELICIOUS ICE CREAM TRY FRAPPES "BEATON'S 210 A 5th STREET SOUTH SATURDAY SPECIAL Free Tvitb, each purchase of a Razor, Strop or Shaving Brush worth or more, we will give you absolutely free a- Hone ''.worth For First- Class Shavers' Re- quirements see our window. The Frank Hedley Drug Company Saturday Specials in Fruit and Vegetables RIPE C. Finest duality. 5 pound baskets.........IDc B C CUCUMBERS, EXTRA FINE Price and up CORN ON THE SlM Price per ..........10c SWEET pounds tor ...25c FINEST B.C. pounds for ..-----25c EATING pounds for ............2Sc COOKING liouilda for...........25c GREEN pound ..'............25o BARTLETT pound baskets, cacll..35c FREESTONE AND pound Baskets each and 150 GREEN GAGE PLUMS, SILVER, ITALIAN AND HUNGARIAN PRUNES AND BRADSHAW choice; per basket........35c ALL KINDS EXCEPT. ITALIAN case, basKete ...................11.35 ITALIAN boies, each THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Max. Min. 78 48 .05 78 62 .35 Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, cloudy.. Calgary, fair SO 54 Jiedicine Hat, fair 84 64 Madeod, clear...... 73 49 Red Deer, cloudy 72 41 .21 Prince Albert, fair 73 54 Saskatoon, cloudy.. 85 50 Moose Ja'w, cloudy 86 66 .22 Regiiia, cloudy.. S2 63 .09 Brandon, cloudy...... 88 5S .30 Portage, cloudy....' ..81 64 .15 Winnipeg, cloudy..... SO 58 .04 Port Arthur, fair..... 14 50 Warm weather bas been general throughout the prairie provinces. Showers of rain have been almost gen- eral in Manitoba and eastern and southern. Saskatchewan, and scattered raius have occurred in' Alberta, Forecast showers or thunderstorms, but partly fair today and on Sunday. few Ibca! show- ers, but mostly fair. Sunday: Fair and. comparatively cool. Alberta Fair and comparatively cool today and on Sunday. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Poapst Gone to Ottawa W. V. Poapst left this morningrfor a trip to the east. He will visit Ottawa and other eastern cities, as? well as many American points. Personal Mention W. T. Hamilton of the staff of the Canadian Bank of Commerce at Stony Plains, formerly of .New Dayjon, is spending his holiday in the south. :H. T. Stephens, proprietor of the Coaldale hotel, was in the city yester- day. LETHBRIDGE SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES A lady is a woman who alwavs' Ost. tfcinls of others and never forgetsj N'ov. iiersslf. DM- j Winnipeg, Aug. and closing prices on the grain exchanges j today were I Oct.............. Dec.............. May Oats- lOct............................ 49 4DJ Dec............................... 48} Flax- Opcn Close 1.04 1.05J 1.051- 1-08 1.12 1.40 It will cost you a tlay, ?12.00 a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Retort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS CASH PRICES N'o. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Xor................... O'ats- Ko. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. W................. Barler- Xo. 3 No. .........i.................. Flax- No. 1 N. W. C........... 1.44 1.4-H 1.46 1.08 1.053 48 48 Special Class Meeting A special class meeting will be held on Sunday morning at 10 a_m. in the Westminster Methodist church. Any- one seeking salvation or spiritual ad- vice is given a hearty invitation. Topic "Something for Nothing." Everybody welcome. Patriotic Concert The City baud will play on Gall Gardens tomorrow evening. The last number on the programme will be the national airs of the countries in sym- pathy with England. These include Canada, Belgium, Servia, Russia France, Greece, Italy Japan and China Provincial Appointments Frank J. Colpman has been appoint- ed a commissioner for taking oaths L. K. Grady of Warner, has also been appointed a commissioner. Basil E. and Dr. J. II. Rivers have been appointed justices of the peace, and R. R. Davidson a notary public. Big Sale of Dairy Cattle Chainey Gstrell, dairymen, will hold a sale of fine dairy cows at the old Fail-field farm on Wednesday, Sep- jteraner The animals to be sold be- i long to one of the best dairy herds in 'the district, and the sale will provide an opuoriunity for the securing of gcod foundation stock. Police Court News Robt. Hobbs, vagrant; George Nogi, drunk, and Jack Dixon, also inebriated, were fined and costs each this morning in police court. They did not have the necessary, and so 'went up to tho berrr.ck3 for fifteen days. G. Mo Kenzie was fined and costs for being !iy talking to a com- panion with his fists. Nyal's Hirsute 'The Antiseptic Hair Tonic Removes Dandruff. Keeps the Scalp in a Heal- thy Condition. Stimulates the Growth of Hair. Two 50c and The RedOoss Drug Book Co., Limited Ht.n. IH Tnlrt CITY AND DISTRICT Castle Sar'Re-Opencd The Castle Hotel 'bar, wblch was re- cently closed, by the' License depart- ment'on account of. certain improve- ments aitd repairs not being ened again yesterday Farmers" ElevatoriR'eport .The Farmers' Co-operative Elevator at Claresholin during the first year of operations, handled bushels of grain, 8 cars of flour, 22 cars of hogs and several cars of posts, according .o the, report of. the manager sub- mitted to a meeting of the sharehold- ers last week TOftP tmk i Oval -Round A Special Roll at 6 for 25c. Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 MINNEAPOLIS BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of li'vinE solved by eating at the Dallas Gate. Dinner from 12 to 8, 25 cents. Pie and Coffeb 110 cents. Short orders at all hours! E. W. tailor, 706 3rd Ave 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 good, fresh milk, unskim- med, Phone 1853. 12-inch firewood delivered to any part of the city. Stacey Lumber Co. imited. The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and 1A Coffee 1UC Short Orders at all hours Sept........ 1.041 1.068 1.07S 1-081 Royal North West Mounted Police CHICAGO Sept. Dec. May 97! 1.02? 091 1.01 1.101- Rylands Co, Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL BORCHERT ADJUST. ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Recruits Wanted Apply to the nearest Officer Com R. N. W. M. Police. Appli- cants must be between the agep 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 cheat rn'caagrement 35 inches. No payment wilhfcie made to any newspaper publishing'this advertise- ment, without proper authority. A. B. PERRY, Commissioner, R.N.WiNl. Felice, 'Phones for Twin Butte Mr. Thomas Ingf telephone con- tractor, has ;been -working' at Twin Blitte for the past week "or ten days with a large crew of men putting in extensions to the telephone line. There will be about fifteen new 'piones in- stalled, and the poles and wiring will oerdbbe in a fe'w Creek Echo. Angoras Pay John Grant of Black Diamond sold sixty-seven. head of his Angora goats to A. T. Smith Xor shipment up north for.breeding purposes. The demand for goats Is increasing, and 'Mr..Grant has a monopoly on the industry, inas- miiclTas he Is about the only stockman wii6. has gone into .this profitable branch of mixed River Times. Trains Will Be Taken Off Confirmation of the report 'that trains Nos. 511 and 512, betw.een Medi- cine Hat arid Lethbridge, would be taken off September 1, was forthcom- ing this inorning. R. Dawson, district passenger agent at Calgary, has noti- fied'the'city ticket office to this ef- fect. Train No. 512 eastbound, leaves here at 13.50, and No. 511 arrives from the Hat. at 14.05. These trains will continue to1 run. between here and Cal- gary, arriving at 13.40 and departing at 16.25. Removes a Misconception Mayor Hardle asks the Herald to ex- plain that, in his letter in Friday's is- sue relating to the proposed civic la- bor bureau, he had no intention of casting any reflection 011 J. Harris Co., when he stated that poor men are sometimes defrauded by private la- bor bureaus. The; Harris employment agency being the only private concern of that nature in the'city, Mr. Harris has registered a kick at 'what the pub- lic might believe to be an imputation agtiinst him. The. Mayor assures tho public that Mr. Harris' fears are with- out foundation. Successful Matriculation Students The following students of the Loth- bridge High cchool obtaiued-passes on the subjects mentioned in the recent, matriculation examinations: Earl Rob- ert Sang, in algebra part T., geometry part I. and Latin in Grade XI.; James Scott Wallace, in Latin and French in Grade XI.; Arthur Robinson Morgan, in algebra part II.. geometry part II., and chemistry; James 0. Maxwell, in Latin and French, grade, XI., and chemistry, grade XII.; Harold B. Grey in Latin, German and iheini.itry; Hor- atio Nelson Cascadden, in English Crammer, French and. physics, grade XII., and gffvnerty part tl. in grade XI. Garbutt Business College ATJBERTA BLOCK THESE ARE OUR COURSES Notice the of Each Subject: 1. COMMERCIAL and Business Prac- tice, Rapid Calculation, Correspondence, Business Arith- metic, Commercial Law, Spelling, Writing and English. 2. SHORTHAND Typewriting. Spelling, Correspondence, Manifolding, Office Routine, Rapid Cab cuiation. Penmanship, and English. 3. CLERICAL OR COMBINED all subjects of Shorthand Course, aiid a Primary Course In Hookkecp- ing, and Business Arithmetic. FALL OPENING Day School Monday. Aug. 24th Night School Thursday, Sept. 3rd STUDENTS KAY ENTER AT ANY TIME Vhoiie Residence Phone 1531 Office now OJWH A. M. Principal 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. You. Will Enjoy Your Mealg The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 210 5th STREET SOUTH FOOD OF HIGH EXCELLENT- SERVICE PERFECT Pure Milk and Cream WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH MILK AND THE BEST HERDS AND DAIRIES IN, THE DISTRICT. 1 PHONE 1632 THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. THESIANDARDBANK ft Bead Ollloe I [Toronto. OF CANADA Banking Facilities The'Standard Batik of Canada is equipped to extend to its customers facility of modern banking. Drafts, Money Credit and Travellers' Cibeques are issiicd and Interest-bearing Savings Accounts may be opened at this Branch by the deposit of one dollar and upwards. V Capital and Reserve S 167L' Assets over LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, 315, 13th Street N. H G. F. BUTCHER, Manager. Qi ion of Births Notice is hereby given to parents 'and others that the Registration of all Births in the City of Lethbridge is re- quired by law. and must be made within one month from date of Birth.- Anyone, failing to do so is liable to fliie. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's Office', Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. Bishop Pinkhani Calgary, Alberta High Class Residential and Day School for BOYS, thorough preparation for Univrerlltlei or Commercial Ca A Primary Department, Next term begins September 15th. all Information apply to the Principal, REV. CANON HAYES. ..t-......... ;