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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor ei.25 a Day Motel fn Altsrt. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LITMMIJMI The DallM Hotel i But and Moit'CtlWM- nm HIM Or, Rusk's Chick Food PEHFECT1.Y -BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKf i and bs convinced. Made or laylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA, cat obtaJn this food from tho following dealers: Milling Elevator Co., Ellison Milling aerator Ot, Alta. 1 .Taylor Milling fe Elevator Co., Nslnon. B.'C. AfterU Pacific Oraln Co., Cal- .Wilson Horoe, Lethbridgo, Alta, Crown .Feed Produce Medicine Hat Hilling Co., Matt- cine Hat, Alta. !A. MaadouU t Co., Letabridje, Aita. Osllvie Milling lleil- ciiie Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Alta, Some Lines that are Right for Putting up Now CRAWFORD case GREEN GAGE crate SILVER HUNGARIAN crate ........J1.35 ITALIAN boxes, each.., BARTLETT case LARGE pound boxes. Fine for Chow Chow, special per box PICKLING CUCUMBERS AND SILVER SKIN size. A shipment to arrive Wednesday or Thursday. Lowest market basket .............36e Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Max. 67 G6 70 70 You Will Enjoy Your Meals The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 210 5th STREET SOUTH FOOD OF HIGH EXCELLENT- SERVICE PERFECT GS 51! 03 60 54' 5S Win. 40 BO 4" 42 40 41 36 So 31- 33 29 Lethbridge, fair Edmonton, cloudy.. Calgary, clear Medicine. Hat, clear Macleofi, clear Red Deer, cloudy.' Prince Albert, clear Saskatoon, clear Moose Jaw, clear.. Regina, clear Brandon, clear. Winnipeg, cloudy.. Port Arthur, cloudy Quite cool weather has been general throughout the prairie provinces. Light frosts have occurred in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Light scattered show- of idiu have fallen in Manitoba and he.uv lains at Moosmnn and Broadview, but further west it has been mostly fair; Forecast All today and on Thursday, with'rising temperature. 4S .30 TOUCHING SCENE AT THE STA- TION IN: LONDON, ENG. One of the many touching farewell; of soldiers of the various London re- giments leaving for centres of mob- ilization. The picture shows a soldier Idssing his little daughter farewell, perhaps for the last time. GENERAL HOETZENFORD Tim. chief of the staff of the Aus trian army who ic said to be leading the Austrian soldier? in the field. The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee Short Orders at all hours NO GERMS In Pasteurized Milk and Cream Yon may as be sure. Ask yoiu1 doctor The Lethbridge Creamery Co.. Ltd. Phoni 584 801-7th St. South Lethbridge. CITY AND DISTRICT Trades and Labor.Council Tomorrow The kelhbridse Trades and Labor Council will meet in the Labor ball to- morrow evening at eight o'clock, im- portant business will transpire, ..Lawn Social Tonight A lawn social, under auspices of the Home League of tba Salvation Ar'mv, will be .held tonight, commenc- ing at eevea o'clock ou the lawn at the home of Mrs. Rosame, .316 Fifth avenue South. Knox S.S. Among Them The Presbyterian church in Canada has issued its honor. list of Sunday schools qualifying under the ten points in its standard-rf: excellence. all thirty-Ecu r schools "are honored, with Hie following interesting distribution 'New Nova" Scotia, 5 Quebec, Ontario, 18; Manitoba, 2; Saskatchewan, 1; Alberta, 3. The Al- jberta schools are: Westminster, Ed- jmonion; Knos, Medicine Hat; Encx, Lethbridge. Satisfactim m} Prescriptions If you 'ever had- a pre- scription filled we are sure you will decide to coine again; if you have not tried us, then we ask you to decide in our favor this once, and we will trust to getting your future patronage on the satisfaction we give you now. For Hillcrest Relief Lethbridge labor unions collected in aid of the Hillcrest Belief fund. This was made up as follows: Collected tag Bricklayers and Masons Union 2500 Cereal 15.00 Brewery Workers' Union. 10.00 Street Car Men's Union 10.00 Barbers'Union......... 6.50 The Trades and Labor Council also [onated .for prizes for tas day vorkers. If there are any outstanding lonations, they should he naid in im- mediately to as the dona- tion 'will be sent tomorrow to the Sec- retary of District 18, UiM.W. of A. Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store .Lethbridge, Alberta. YACHT ERIN RETURNS New York, N.yi, Aug.. steam yacht Erin, which Sir Thomas Upton's Shamrock IV. across the Atlantic, towing her from Bermuda to New York, sailed from New York today for Southampton. GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Scotland, Aug. on Batchelor, cattle importers, re- port small supplies and a much dear- er trade. Scotch steers are selling at 36 to cents; Irish at 15 to 1C and bulls at 12% to 1314. Royal North West Mounted Police Recruits Wanted Apply to the nearest Officer Com' mandina, R. N. W. M. Police. Appll cants must be between the anes.of twenty-two and forty-five, and have j certificate of exemplary character Term 'of enlistment: 1 year; Pay: j per diem, rations, quarters and found. The minimum height.is 5 ft, 8'ln. and chest measurement 35 inches. No payment will be made to any newspaper publishing'this advertise- ment, without proper authority. A. B. PERRY, Commissioner, R.N.W.M. Police. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at the tiallas -Cafe. Dinner from 2 to 8, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents Short orders at all hours. Eiyai's HiraiituiiE The Antiseptic Hair Tonic Removes' Dandruff. Keeps the Scalp in a Heal- thy Condition. Stimulates the of Hair. Two 50c and The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Board of Trade Luncheon Regular meeting of the Council ,of he Letlibridge Board of Trade will be ield' at luncheon in the Lethbridge Hotel tomorrow, August 27, at 12.30. LIITLE REVERSE "Shavings" OF COMFORT THE COMFORT OF YOUR SU 1TB depends greatly upon the con ditlon in which your face was _ left after vour last shave. Sexall Shaving Lotion is line to use after sharing, be- cause it contajis- soothing, heal- ing, antiseptic propcftles' that help make tho cool, free from As indispensable to every man ivho lias .it as..razor 'or strop, bellciously iragfflnt, dries quickly.-'- 25 AND 50 CENTS Sold.only by The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 WHERE THE FRENCH WARSHIPS SWEPT THE ADRIATIC OF AUSTRIAN SHIPS BULLETIN BOARD Notices for Column should reach thla Office before 12 o'clock neon on the day of publication Shekinah Chapter No. 188, R.A.-M., meet at S o'clock sharp to- ight ill the hall All visiting lembers welcome. JITY AND DISTRICT Brother's Funeral A. L. McKelvle is at Calgary, attentl- ng the funeral of his brother, Neil IcKelrle. 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. has not been confirmed, although it Many arc the hearts that are -aeary In the no-Hi battle between Aus- trian and French warships off Budua, three Austrian warships are said to have been destfoye'd'. ONE KfNG NOT'AT WAR The King of Holy. A despatch from Rome says that keen. It is said that "one Is ordered not to think against thc'-government." London, Aug. the with- Jrawal of the allied armies to the de ences of the French frontier, virtual y no news has reached the public of :he "military operations in southern Belgium.; Owing .to the difficulty of a.correct list along such an attended no details of the Bri- tish casualties, which Premier As- .luith estimated yesterday at two thousand, have yet been received. This delay is increasing the distress of anx- ous relatives of men at the front. The announcement of losses, how- ever, only seems to have intensified British .determination, judging from ie e.'til work.being performed by the recruiting, officers today. This ten acity of purpose was further evidenced liy Premier Asquith in tha House this ifternoon, in making the announce ment that he proposed to ask Kins George to convey to the King of the Belgians the admiration with which Great Britain regarded "the heroic re- ;istance of his army and people to the invasion of their territory and .in assurance of the determination of this country to support in every way the efforts of Belgium 16 vindicate her own independence and the public law )f Europe." The Premier declared further that the Belgian government was taking oieps to get the established facts of German atrocities as related in the statement given out yesterday by the Belgian minister here, to the know- ledge of the whole civilized woi'.d. The opponents of compulsory mili- tary service in Great Britain mo- mentarily raised their heads in tho House oi' Commons today, but the Picmier reassured them. He said there was no intention of introducing system. He added, however, that] Secretary of Wac Kitchener needed all the recruits he could get. H was a ijrcat mistake to think, Premier Asquilh declared, that Great Britain wanted only men. The rush of the main Russian army toward the fortress of Poscn, in the German province of Poscn, if true, is regarded here as the sensational news of the day. It must account for the Germans falling back in Eastern Prussia. The report that tho French have their positions in Alsace labelled as official by the news agency which carried it Other ver- sions of the same official statement do not contain this reference and the French .embassy today declared that it knew nothing of the matter tonight, Waiting for the war to Many are the hearts light To see the Dawn of Peace. Will You Send Your Boy to College? Sure you' you live. supposing you die, what's to become of the he, at four- teen or earlier, be forced out into the world to earn his living Or will you give him the chance of his life- time, anyway? You can do it, whether you live or die, by means of an Imperial endowment policy. Let us tell you more about it. A post card will bring the information. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J.-B. Wilta, District Manager, LelMmdge Tfa Jmf.trinl me minim far frottttion, a larger Government deposit than that of any clhtr Canadian life Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's {furious'Summer itcsort, with 18 miles of Navigable Water for Launches and Bow Boats Good Trout Rates and Fishing per day Additional accommodation at the now Lake Hotel Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Pin- chcr Greek every mornhig for the Lakes. AUCTION SALE ----------------OF---------------- Household Furniture on Friday, August 28th, at 2 p.m. Instructed by tiic owners, I will .sell at my warerooms, 1421 Fifth Avenue North, the following: 2 Extension Tables 1. Writing Deslc 1 Kitchen Zinc Quantity of Linoleum 1 Solid 'bnir-uookcr upholstered Jn.Iteal. feather 1 laundry Stove Ono 4'toole Cook Stove Dishes nncl Cooking Utensils Bedding and Pillows A, few Carpenter NO RESERVE l' Sideboard Several Diners Centre Tables Hocking Chairs 1 Dresser 1 Chest Drawers Carpet Squares 1 .Settee 1 Kitchen Cupboard TERMS CASH W. L. i I ;