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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1914 2. 3. 4. Because it's made the world's finest grain. v Because it feeds bone than eomfrion cereals. miiscle better Because it's thoroughly cppked healthful, nourishing malt. with Because it's tasty, easily digested and costs-less than an equal weight of beef- steak or eggs. Buy "FORCE'1 and see for yourself. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES by Ths H-0 Company, and Sold by good Grocers ei's THE CIRCUS IS HERE, AND IT IS SOME CIRCUS BUFFALO BILL CENTRE CAN'T OF AT- HELP L'-'B'T'HBRIDGE 'DAILY HEKALD PAGB Trusty on Roiid Gang Took a Sneak and is Going Yet If the police get J Da vis, it is liable to go hardu with him than on a sour apple IKC. DaM' from tlie Pro vincial jail road sang 'yesterday af- ternoon, and is going -yet. He was dpin> nine months for the thoff. of a trunk from the C.1J.H. station four months ago. The authorities thought he could be trusted, and placed him out on 'the road with a crew of eight other men, on the Maelcod trail across -tlin river. When ihe guard not looking .-Davis took a shcak, and the guard was compelled to let him go, for he couldn't leave tho other men to follmOJm, got a thrco hours' start and hasn't been heard irora since. Davis is the man tvhp..gave llie city police such a warm run last spring, and it took two shots to bring him to a halt. He, with a par.tncr, stole a trunk belonging to B. .Kester, aud cached it in -an empty It ire upon-marble, it will peiish bill if Cj "pon inv- rnortil ?oul we imbue them with icipks with thf1 fcir of Go'rl anil lovd o'r-Qiir'-fclJcnvhYnn, nngravcj'On these tablets, sometlmjj; which will jrightcii for all eternity. Daniel tVcbstcr. 'Life lias a sunny siiln, But you have-to look up fmf'c it, And tlic darkness below won't count, att all If you just forget to mind it. It's easy to keep on the sunny side; Ajthough it may twist and wind, it Is there for your treading if you'll up To I he sunlight with God behind it." Ducal Party in Calgary Today Visit Oil Fields Calgary, Duke oi Connaudit, the Duchess and the Prin- cess Patr cia with their large party arrived in Calgary on the' C. ;P. li. special train', from Edmonton at 8-30 it-his morning.'.'Shortly after their ar- rival they :were inct at the 'station civic ra ed to'1 the city. The Duke spent lulho'rilies and welcom- busy: morning preparatory to the vice-regal tisit to the oil fields, where they were served j with lunch. The party went as far as SEIZURE OF LIQUOR BV ASPECT-j Lunch was served at the well to-the distinguished party. The Duke was presented with a golden derrick and the Duchess -and Prices- received 'beautiful, silver MERCER CAUSE OF A FISHT Magratn Juh -mounted Oil. .'the just now centers in the trial of tho I sample bottles1' of Alberta Mer- came'thc tent .and-seat wagons. By cer. Pending i the'trial, the -importa- thiE time tlie younger generation are j itjon of liqf-; r into the .dry district on the anxious seat for the has fallen off tremendously, the camels, hyneys (halt zebra-half bur-j wholesalers feeling some anxiety un- are being led from til-a decision is rendered, low aud pl'l eyes are centred on j sjnce receiving his appointment the bnby .elephant, which is a recent j [rom the dcpart- importation from the. Hagenback Ani-: ment, Iiispcotdr Mercer has prosecut- mal Gardens, Hamburg, Oermany. The cd a vigorous campaign against the- th'c invitation of the Chief Temp- little fellow is three feet in height, ind importation ...and illicit traffic Mr. Geo. H. W'ycbcrlcy, some is three rapiiihs old. Next came tho! and to a great measure ofliccrs, members, and baby ijippopotHmus, and his case was! .has been successful in cleaning up- followed Co the nearest hydrant, where i this local option district. The cases he is accustomed'to receive his early j that willbc ;trieii on Friday will morning bath. more .for a'test than anything Chief Templar, a short program o! Of'course, when Buffalo Hill step-! "inch depends on the decision' .....dresses and" songs, etc., was great- Blairmore, July 27. 'The "Vic- lory" I.O.G.T. Lodge of Blairmore held a very successful "at home" last Friday evening in the I.O.O.P. hall spent one of the most pleas- jn Our town. an address of welcome by the MILADI rw> s O Res.1115 ffice 1224 Fashions Change But it is always in tha beist of taste