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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor S1J5 a Day In t LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr, Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS .Wjita for aamples and be couMncul. Made 07 Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Ton CM obtain this food from the following Ellison Mllltcc Bievatw Lethbridge. AIU- Hat Mlllias Co., cine Aita. A. Mudould t Co., Letbbridte, Alta. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Letnbrioge, ASta. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., B. 0. Alberta Paciflo Grain Co., Cat- fair, Alta. Campbell, Wilson Home, Lethbridge, Alta. Grown Feed Produce Co., Ciliary, Alta. Og'.lris Milling Co., Ltd, Meil- Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calsarjr. Alia. Looks Well and Tastes Good Our meals are wholesome, satisfying and with all, served nicely. You'll have an ap- petite if you dine at The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 210 5th STREET, SOUTH MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES flmnirtj, Alan, July 27 siveh hot weather oier the and Liverpool cables being unusually! stronger on the political situation 'caused a sharp rise in wheat prices this morning. Opening figures were 1J to 2c higher For wheat, I to Ic. tor oats, and fiai was 71 to higher. There was heavy trading dur- ing the first few hours, but profit- taking, developed'and a set-back oc- curred on wheat and flax, while oats held fairly steady. The iveather map all over the west show around 90 to 95. maximum temperatures, excepting in Alberta; and this was considered unfavorable. There were no rains re- corded. Later news came in that the situation was clearer in Europe, and prices .dropped around-normal. Wheat clossd f lower to higher. "niN.S'11'ECr .ituuccis Wheat- July Oct. Dec Oats- Juls Oct Flak- July ,'Open Close 92} 95 The high cost of liv- ing' solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe 'Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours CITY ANlJ'-iJISTBICT 87J 87; 86} 40 3s; 1.69X 1.73" 1.75 Da. 1.71 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No 1 No. 2 Nor. Xo. 3 C. W No. 2 Feed 3 No 4 C 38J 1.651 1.69 1.70 1.67-1 ..Telephone Directories Soon ne.w telephone directory, covering all the towns in the south and the as wen, rfill be ready for distribution in about thirty days, ac- cording to information received this from the Deputy Minister of Telephones. Special for Kiddi-ss The Empress management announc- es that they will give a special mat- inee show tomorrow afternoon for children, so that they will be able to see the wonderful ivar picture, "A Celebrated Case." The admission on this occasion will be only five cents. Third Firs at P..O. Fire broke out at the new post of- for the third time 'on Saturday I evening. A large pile of limbers and j planks at the rear of the buildins caught fire, but the damage was great- lessened by the quick action of .the fire', fighters. Both stations contrib- -iuted their equipment and men, and 521 1 N No. 2 C. tt'hcat- Julv Sept. Deo: July Sept. Dsc. W. MINNEAPOLIS 1.65 1.02 CHICAGO 91! 84.' S3-; 90S MEDIATION FAILS Chicago, 111., July _" has failed to settle the wage differ- control was gained in short order. New Dayton Farmer Optimistic W. H. Gorrill of New Dayton is am- Blueberries and Red Raspberries me now .ilmost iiniblioil lor llus A me Mill coming in daily but VT cannot tell they will quit. li you pl.-.cc join oulcrs at once we will try and fill llii'in for you. KKD crntc cni'te 13. C. CKLEKWCrisp and tender, finosl quality, per pound ............15c B C. ol the season arrived today, price each ...lOc nS Pi ice per b.iskot. PRKShUVLNG C1IERR1KS- A fetv arriv- ed. lojlay.', Practically over with. Per eiale. 21 baskets BLACK REPUBLICAN CHERRIES Exlici special price on a cjscs to clear, per case...... Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Max 85 :Sfi 94 SS !U Miri. 47 50 Lethbridge clesr Calgary, clear v. Medicine Hat. clear Macleod, clear SS 46 Saskatoon, clear Swift Current, fair 114 Moose Jaw, clear.. 04 Brandon.......... 93 Go Portage, fair.. .92 63 Winnipeg, clear 90 70 Boissevain, clear... 98 67 Port Arthur, clear.. mond ou ned to Raj mond Knight.1 a field of com, nhicii is oxer two feet tall Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's Itunoiib Summer .Resort, with 18 mileb oi Nsn igablc Water for Launchcb aud Boats Good Trout Rates and Fishing per day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel Stage King Hotel at Pin- cher Creek every morning tor the Lakes. Splendid SimpbT'of Wheat Claresliolrii Advertiser: John A. Carlson, who lives three and a half j miles southwest of town near ttie Trout Lake schoolhouse, brought a snleurlld sample of Marquis wheat to our office last .Friday. The herries are all plump, and it stands over three feet high. Mr. Carlson has over thirty acres of this splendid grain, and he thinks It should thresh about forty bushels to the acre. He also has four hundred acres of Red Fife which al- though not quite as. far advanced as jthe Marquis is looking in the very best condition. Fernie Wedding Win. Balderstone and Miss Annie Sherman 'were united in the bonds of matrimony at Fernie on Saturday, July 18, Rev. D. M. Perley officiating. city today: He states that 'many of with the east boundary of the Rocky the ihe fields in that district will be heavy Mountain Forest Reserve, as defined ?oi producers.this year, and that the Forest Reserves and Parks plowed and stubbie land will make [Acts of May thence follow- some yields. The winter wheat, he ing the boundaries of the said Rocky says, will be extra good. The straw is Mountains Forest Reserve in an east- not long, but the heads are well filled, [erly and southerly direction to the In- j tarnations! thence westerly Films B Success I along the said boundary to the s'um- 'President Marnoeh of the Board the Rocky Mountains; thence Trade this morning received a clip-! northerly along the said summit fo the. ping from the film of moving pictures point of commencement, containing A. 0. F. Open Meeting All those interested ,in the Ancient Order of Foresters are invited to at- tend a meeting in the I. 0. 0. F. hall on Wednesday, July 29. Members he A. O. F. and Companions of the rest are requested to attend, and bring their friends. ences between the western railroads. !lel'P "n Friday by the an ot..K3 and their engih'emen.' "The Fed- eral Board of Mediation and Concilia1 ticn today announced that it was try- ing to effect a working basis by.which, both aides would consent to arbitra- tion. We have .1 selected list of Houses to rent, see it before deciding Houses for Sale on Easy Terms. DOWbUY MltlliRN LAND department of the C. 1'. R., showing; a !mileK. train'crossing the high level bridge.' All the movies taken here turned out excellently. Money Bylaws Week Tomorrow The money bylaws are to be voted on one week from tomorrow, August 4. The- Commissioners are preparing to advertise the fact thor- oughly, so that the voters will be ready .to get out and register their, bal- lot. Dodgers are''being printed am! banners will bedeck the street cars. All, of counsel tho voters to vote "for." The polling booths will be at the Westminster school gymnas- ium for" those "residing on the north side of the tracks, arid at the Labor Temple, opposite the new post office for tlie south eiders, and the polls will be open.from 9 a.m.-to S.p.m. 1UISINKSS LOCALS The high of living solved by eating at the Dallar, Cafe. Dinner Tie and Coffeu the frbnvili 8, 25 cents. 10 cents. Short orders at all hour: Wright, the Jeweller's 51.00, and windows are the crowds as goods are being sold for less money than in any departmental store in Canada. Wright, the Jeweller's 52.50 and ?5.00 windows aro drawing the crowds aR goods nrc being sold for less money than-in-any departmental store In Canada. The postponed auction sale of household furniture will bo held on Wednesday next, July 29th at 2.30 at 420 Oth SI. Soutfc Ous Nelrilg, Auc- tioneer. L 0. 0, M. Regular Meeting To-night Initiation ISAAC ALEX It will ccst you only ?2.00 a day, a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fiihins Resort of the Kootensyi FISHING BOATING BATHING f TENNIS COURTS AUCTION SALE t Of Household Furniture -J. f I '5 THE POSTPONED SALE.WIULfTAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 29th p.m. at No. 420 9th Street South.------ :Boins instructed by Hie owner, 1 will sell by public auction the following .without'reserve: Hue cook range One heating stove One extension uibie One. wardrobe Three -dressers wash stands Washing machine One kitchen table One lounge One leaf table One centre table .One sanitary cmich Dining'room chairs Kitchen chaiis One rocker Kitchen cupboard Two beds, springs and mattres- ses Two toilet sets Dishes, cooking Carpet squares, rugs Pillows, Pillow slipB Sheets, 'blankets, Bed Spreads 'Curtains, Blinds tad other articles too numerous to mention. ALSO ONE HORSE AND BUSOr TERMS CAS" NO RESERVE- GUS NEIDIG, Auctioneer The bride has been employed at thn via England. We extend them every good Ledger. Miss Sherman was formerly a rcsl- Bcrlm Julv of scr-l Brussels, July mdbil- vants and women of tic laboring'ization of the Belgian-.army was pv- District Ledger office for the last six, the municipal savings; dcrcd today, raising the total of the months as stenographer, while the ln Rerim todaj At one, active ;Thc in- hrldegrooin was secretary for Hosmer in the center of'th'e ''terhatiorial bureau local until that camp closed down. It ifrn. a line .of people'' telbgraphcil itp its members to .nicer is the intention of the newly-wedded; Ju fhe ollicials relraincil'i'cii ,wjien a. general strike couple to take a trip to the Antipodes, ftom eT1fOICing the usual as a prsventivc of.'.a European ,r larger" amounts and this gave i probably will he I discussed. IHO- taimlhr runs, on savmgb banks Hoursc was ordered- closed', .hi' the reported Jtoila) Iriim and olh- governing committee pending'intcrna-' dent of Lethbridge. Big Day Tomorrow Tomorrow wiM be the small boy'B day off. He is going to attend the circus in a body, so they. say. Tile Sells-Floto shows are due to arrive 1 and tho H nistcr of cr ras'ern tilics, as well ab at Saar- brueckon, ami Cologne. The Hague, July chief oi the staff 01 the Dutch Army today dc- early in the morning, and the young-! ruled to cut short their holiday anil lo capital where active wiii have to ibo'.pn the job early if they want to carry, water for the ele- phants, and Incidentally get a glimpse oi'Rnffalo Bill before anyone else. F. Beck and C. Newcomb, repre- sentatives of the big shows, week-end- ed in the city- and they expect a large crowd. They say that many-were turned awny at Calgary. tional developments. To Banish Wrinkles ami QniclUy. After a strenuous flny outdoors, when lieat'aiid exhaustion .httvp combined to take away one's fresh.. WAR BULLETIN hfcsps ari- hcirg taken llj llii. the skin to ties foi th- m.imlEn-nco of Holland's aftc- o neutrality m UK event o! war. day often has need for some quicn "e 11' :Clevelrincl, 0., July thous- Maybe there's a urgent rejinenatoi tanio parts on foi the ciclling or some and trained .IlmiEjriaii soldiers will nm tho "o Id onn ono Ko from n ichnl in lake up prcsentiblf lookm? as for their'iwnilrv .ig.unst Scrvia on ,IOM? It's quite oasjj thi frit o.dl lo aim'; it w is hric toilat of the colony re-senc army, said local All arc 'members of the first :6f ''the Auslro-Hungarian V'ienn'a, July Jovanovitch, -Servian Minister to Austria'-liungary, left fcr Belgrade today. 'I'oiMon, July Au- gustine Hone- com- mandfr-inrcliicf of. the French navy, today called a council of the. ccni- -miihurrs of Ihr, various divisions! Rome, July Italian gov- atiiatd the liiiUlcship Cnnfbct to con-i rrnmfnl today Infoimcd Sir Kdward sidor the measure's to 'hu taken in llicMlrty that li accepted his Invitation event of ordrrinj of the mobilixation j to join in a meili.ition conference. 'of the Ktchth navy. I name rclssur.lncc to the public. Pittshuta Juh 27 Onfl Austrian reservists.ln. thc: I'ittsburg district Vi'sro notified today by. Baron -Lothos Von HouScr, Austria Consul here, 6t the irhpendihg European war and the mor.Hrzation .of The remaining Austrian? in. in tins district aie expected l_o liolfl 'tbomsehc'! in readiness1 so that' they rnaj Uic next call Just get ,n ounce of saio lite ind a halt pint witch Ua7el at the nearest drug stole miv the ami bailie the face In the ion for two or three minutes Then look Into vour miiror behold the wondsrfuf- transformation' Wi Inkfes havo Tan ished loose, tired mufioles haie been rented and 'flrmcd up, marks oi fatigue flonn and look much liitgliter and joungei sou can hardly believe ,your No one -need'hc Itato lo try thii the nitdi and saiollie being 10 perfecfl) harmless Kmprcss CELEBPATED CASE" Tonight ;