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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE'BUS TO ALL Hotel Windsor a pay Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LITHMIOOt The DmllM Hotel U Bait and MMt QwiVM- 's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNO CHICKt (Write MlBJplBS and ba convinced. Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. J Tee OLE obtain ftis food from Milling 6 Elsvator Co., Hthbridge, AJta. Taylor Hilling 4 Heritor Co., mtara. B. 0. AHwrta GMln-Co., guy, Alia. Ctmpbell. Wilson Homo, LatMKiOf e, down fc Produce Ct., Cklgacr, Alta. the following detUri: Ellison Milling fc ateritor LeUlbridge, Medicine Hat Milling Co.. Moil- due Hat, Aita. A. MacdoasU t Co., Letbbrldgc, .Alta. Ogllvle Milling Co., LtA, cise Hat, Alta. Hobin Hood Calgary, Alta. i Blueberries and Red Raspberries are how almost finished for A fc' how soon they will quit. 11' you place your them tor} oil. BLUEBERRIES-Price per basket PRESERVING arrh- ecl today Practically with. Per dale, 21 baskets BLACK: REPUBLICAN special puce on a cases to clear per case ?2.00 aie still coming in daily but eaiinol tell orders with us at once'we will try and fill RED crate B. C. and tender, finest quailh, per pound ..........15c B. C. of the season arrived today, price each lOc ni IITI Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. 2S" HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES coe 5Z5 WEATHER 6HD CAME AT NOON AFTER AN UNSUCCESSFUL OPERATION FOR APPENDICITIS 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 CITY'AND DISTRICT Max Mm. Lethbridge, clear'.. 93- 48 Edmonton, cloudj.. 5S 4G1 Caigan, fair 82 52 Medicine Hat, fair 64 Macleod. clear ,01 ..48 Red Deer, cloud} ..75 41 Saskatoon, cloudy ?0 64 clear 99 61 02 Swift Current, cloudy. 100. 64 Moose Ja'tt cleai 101 67 Eegma, 63 Brandon, 101 64 Morden, clear......190 62 Virdeu, clear... 100; '64 Boissevain, clear.. "iVlOO 68 Portage, clear 95 GG Winnipeg, clear 92 64 Port Arthur, '70 52 Fine and hot weather .has'been'sen- eral all over the prairie provinces, ex- cept in northern Alberta -where it few been cool, and in other, parts of Al- berta temperatures dropped coiisld erably during the night- Forecast1 fair and warm' to- daj and Saskatchewan--A few local thunder- storms, but mostly fair, and not quite '30 warm. r fair and moderately warm. Minnesota Crops Good D. IsTeil recently le't the city to reside in Minneapolis, is here on a visit Mr. MacMiKaii state1- that the crops in Minnesota this yea; are banner ones in every wa'v. THE LATE N, Harry J. Quinn, "aged thirty-four, fpf years'" the leading busi- ness'men of the town ;of Milk Rivsr, and one of-the most successful farm- ers in the ifilk River district, passed a-way todaj at 12.40 aUthe Sweet Grass hospital, following a short ill- neas of leas than a week. Sir. Quinn was taken very suddenly "with appendicitis on Wednesday last, and rushed to Sweet Grass, the near- est point "where a hospital is main- tained. He was placed under the care Dr. -Men-lit, and on Friday Dr. Mc- JNallrJ of Lethbridge was called to per- operation. The case was a teriouE one from the start, and the operation -was performed in the last effort to save his life. "Harry Quinn was one of the best known, of the younger business men 'in the-south. He was extremely ppp- among hJs associates, and hie demise will be a shock as well as a distinct loss to everyone 'who knew him. He was well known in Leth- bridge, and will also be greatly miss- ed by his friends here--. Mr. Quinu conducted a large farm near Milk River, and won many prizes with the fine grains he produced; He was active in connection with the ag- ricultural development of his section and a keen observer as well as a doer. f'He possessed a sterling character, and a particularly sunshiny and optimistic disposition. Deceased "was unmarried, and leaves a mother to survive him. He also pre- deceased several brothers and sisters living in other parts of. the United States and Canada. He came here from St Paul several years ago, and has teen a distinct asset to the dis- trict in-which he resided ever since. The funeral arrangements are await- ing the arrival of relatives. I Getting Ready for August 1 j Stone, general superintendent Colemah's chief clerk, accompanied by !H. Gijmore. who is to be the divisional superintendent's chief clerk here after August 1, were in the city yesterday, looking- over the station, where ac; commodations are now being made for tlie new office staff. Band at Park Thursday The City band will play at Hender- son Park on Thursday night, and at Gait Gardens on Sunday night. Band- master Cline states he has a fine pro- gramme for these two concerts, and that he music on Thursday night. The band played at Hardieville on Sunday last. Twenty Days for -Wife-Beater William Skincovitch, who lives across the track on'C.P.R. land, was> arrested on Saturday for b.eiug drunk. In police court this morning he plead- ed guilty, -but the police brought it to the attention of the magistrate that Bill had been beating his wife, so he was immediately sentenced to twenty days at the barracks with bard without the option of a fine. Another drunk was fined Sl.OO and costs. police authorities 6f Bexl'n 'today, announced t-hat they would iiot permit any more patriotic processions in the streets of Berlin. We have a selected list of Houses to rent, see it before deciding for Sale on 'Easy Terms. LAND .ALlridtTA introduce some popular CITY AND DISTRICT New Offices.of Lumber Co; The West Lumber Co. have established their, general offices at 419 Sherlock Building Moving to Carmangay E. H. Dawson, who has .been living In Lethbridge for some time past, is moving this week to.his farm, at Car- mangay, where he. will engage ex- tensively in stock farming Mr. Duncan Visits Old Friends E. S. Duncan, formerly Leth- bridge. with "Mrs. Duncan and famllj, passed through the city this morning from Kamloops, on the way to Card- ston. Homes for Boys R. B. Chadwick, superintendent of the department for delinquent and ne- glected children, writes that farmers anil others requiring the services of boys could, in all probability, get good boys for the harvest season or per- manent work by applying to him, care of Old Parliament buildings, at Ed- monton. For Aching, Sore and Sweating Feet ;in summer the feet ache perspire and feel damp and uncomfortable.-. Cool shoes arid 'thin stockings help some but. net enough. If 5'ou want Real Foot Comfort use EAS'EM Dust a. little Eas'em in the shoes, sprinkle some on stocking. It' absorbs mois ture and "checks perspiration to a large extent Then the feet are comfortable, do not swell, don't ache. SPRINKLE, TOP 25c WAR BULLETIN TTie Red Cross Drug j Book Co., Limited Hi Red Man Drunk: Fined An Indian with a pscv.Hsrly gingery cognomen, appeared at the barracks this morning on a charge of being drunk. Inspector Lindsay fined the red man 10.90 for heing drunk, or 30 j days, and So.OO and'costs or 30 days "or .assaulting George Strangling "Wolf. The Indian will spend two months In i the barracks, as he could not dig up the money. Dr. Weeks of Cardston passed through the city this morning on his way home from an extended trip through Iowa, Dakota, Minnesota'and Illinois. He says the States is gar- nering the biggest crop in its history. He was In Groton, on July 24, when the death occurred there of Aug- ust Krcuger, a largo owner of pro- perty in the Jlugrath. district. Edmonton, July the meeting between the Prov- incial department of Agriculture and the railway passenger agents yester- day, the railways promised to help out the labor situation by granting the one cent per mile rate to harvesters going from, one. part of the prairie provinces to another.. This will obviais, tue uv cessity of bringing many men from the east. In th'e case- of Southern Alberta, whoi'e the crops are very poor in Borne parts, the railways-promise .to give the one cont-a mile rate not only going but returning, so that form em and homesteaders in that part of the country vifll be able to obtain, work In northern Alberta this fall at very little expenee for travelling. The .department will communicate with Boards of Trade and farmers' In- Btitulloiifl in the south to arrange the distribution of Imrvcet help. Visitors Today Some of the visitors In the city to- day are: Bishop Harkar, Magrath; W. A. Murphy and ThQ3. Hughes, Cal- gary; George HeatlicrHliaw, .Magrath; N. C. and J. P. tresloa'n and Perry Jones, Wrentham; F. J. Morrison, iNew Dayton; L. K. Mbh1ert Monarch; IP; H. Beardsley and wife, Vulcan; AI- jbert Green, Taber; E. L. 'Cardston; D, L. Howard and L. C. Constable, Medicine Hat. liptt's Moire Bhocolates Comprises the. regular >Liggett's assortment, thirty-six individ- ual flavors, each .delicious and Different from most chocolates, in that each package contains one 'and one-eighth pounds of candy, and in the beautiful drees of the package itself. Bach box of Liggett's Moire Chocolates iscoveredwith a specially-made silk cloth, tied with moire silk -.ribbon. The covers are padded, and the box has a drop front, 'and there is an assortment o? delicate, beau-- tiful colors from which to choose. POUNDS, The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 troops today'seiz- ed all the railroaas in the kingdom Traffic is suspended on airlines and cars and locomothefi are assemoled (at Uskub for transportation of sol- diers .and supplies.. The railroad north' of Nish, wither the seat of the government Is transferred from Bel- grade, is .said to be mined. AH Aus-j trian and. Servian subjects in Greek territory .have been notified to rejoin their, reginients. orders received from.Ulie, British Admiralty, armed i guards have been placed around the' .magazines in. the naval acsenal to-j Commanders of torpedo and j submarine flotillas have been Instruct- ed to bo "in readiness for immediate call. St. he had done all he could to avert