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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TREE BUS.TO AtL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Met 11.25 a Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN The DmJUa li Dtit tnt eari and Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed most hiodern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Spend Your Vacation at Dr, Rusk's Chick Food 4 PERFECTLY BALANCED RATIOS FOR YOUNG Wiite for tamples and be convincod. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, S :l Ton MI from .Taylor MUling t Elevator Co., LeOibridce, AJta. .Taylor Milling t Elevator Co., Nolwu. B. C. Alberta PaoISc Grain Co., Alta. Campbell, Wilson t Home, AKa. Crown Feed 6 Produce Co., T, Alts. the followlnj Ellison Mimac Elerator Oft. LethbrUcv, Medicine Hat Milling Co., Midi- cine Hat, AHa. A. Mucdoaald.t Co., Alia. Ofilvle Milllnf Co., Ltd., cine Bat, Robin Hood-Mills, Calgary, We have an Extra Large Shipment of Blueberries an order mi- to .iirho cilliei- tuiiiuuxm 01 Fntlav mm-ning, lor intf. Blue- bcnics ;uc almost over for the season .iml there is no doubj.but thai il jou sonic >ou li.ul baiter got some ol these. Plice pn Iwsket PRESERVING CJIERHIES- About Hie last lor this season- al basket cnilbs, pi ice pin cialc. per basket RED About done Puce per crnlc Place your onleis foi BlarkbeiiRs and Loijaiibcincs Loganberries aie haul to get a hold ol, and we cannot guarantee to fill jour orders, but we will do the best can, and u am body can get tlu-m am. Black or Thiniblebeiiies will be on for some lime and you need not be in so much' of a hurry about these. Office: Phonel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rhone 5Z5 TWO MORE DAYS OF IRRESISTIBLE BARG15 AT THE RED CORNER To finish an excellent month and to wel- come a new one ITP are offering many Extra Specials that will keep us busy Friday and Saturday. Be sure you read this item: Another "bis; shipment just received and if yot> -were disappointed last week, here is your chance: ini flif? Reg. 25c; 2 FLOUR SIFTERS <4 Regular 25c, special 1 NETTING Reg. lOc yard, 4 yards BARRETTS (Large As- C_ sottment) reg 20o for 1 'FOUNTAIN PENS, worth 52.50 for OC TABLE GLASSES ARft Reg. 5c each, per dozen H FLOWER VASES, reg. to 40c for OUC COLLAR SUPPORTS ft Heg. 5c, 3 for.. ,1 BERRY DISHES Values to 50c for ENAMELLED WATER PAJLS, worth special. SAUCE regular to oOcJ. CUC The Red Corner Brlce Ai. McKay. Cor. 3rd Avc. Gth St. WEATHER Uthbridy; clear SI 51 Edmontoii, cWr 70 11 cioudi 80 13 clear 88 5a Portage, cloudv 80 00 Fort Arthur, cloudy 70 52 Red Deer, clear............ -73 .43 Calgarv, clear SO 48 Macleod, clear 30 ol Medicine clear ........92 64 Jloosa Jaw. clear......... S3 54 Brandon, clear So 62 03 S8 66 Tha weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fair .and narm FORECAST Western Provinces Fine and warm today and Friday CITY AJVD DISTRICT Bank Clearings Bank clearings for the week ehahig today were against 051 for the corresponding, week last year. Auto. Representative D. V_ Jlott of Fernie, western dis trict representative, for the Maxwell Motor Co., motored the cit; todar en route to .Medicine aHt. Six Months for Selling Booze Enoch ESyths was this morning fin- ed SlOO and costs or six months in jail Inspector Lindsay and James Har: ris, J.P.'s, for selling ,00025 to Indians. Enoch couldn't pay, so will work for :he government daring the next half For Aching. Sore and Sweating Feet 'In'summer the. feet aelie, perspire auci damp cntl uncomfortable. Cool shoes and thin .stockings help some but not eaiotisb. If you want Real Foot Comfort use EAS'EM Dust a Jittle Eas em m the sprinkle some on iiie stocking. It absorbs mois- ture and "checks perspiration, to a large extent. Then the feet are comfortable, do not swell, don't ache: 25c SPRINKLE. TOP CANNISTERS The Red Cross Drug Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD for this. Column should reactfi'thit Office before 12 o'clock .noon: on the- day of publication The Citizens baud will play at Heri- dersoii.Park this evening at 8 o'clock! CITY AND DISTRICT Olympia Cafe Sold '.Crist'Bros; fcavo bought the'Olym- Back From East manager of the Royal Store, _has returned from a 'buying trip to the East, Death of Coal hurst Lady The .death., occurred on .Tuesday night lof. .-'Katie Rusnack, aged 'twenty- oiie years, "wife of Jotin Rusnack, oE j CoalhurstJ The funeral held tins j afternoon at fue o'clock from St Pat rick's Church, Special Car Service Tonight- After seven o'clock this evening, j cars on the Red-line 'will run on a. twelve-minute schedule, there being, three cars detailed for the occasion bv Commissioner Reid. The Aqua tit. club is staging one of their., interest- j ing and highly amusing regattas to- j night, and the Citizens' band -will give a concert at the lake, commencing at j 8.30. WHARF BATS TWO SFECLII- REELS The high cost olliv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee Short Orders at all hours Sess Many Changes Mr. J: B. Morrow- of Burlington, Ont., who a few years ago was princi- pal of the public schoc. in Cowley, and correspondent for the Herald from that town, came in from the Ekst last week, and is spending a few days in .Lethbridge (renewing acquaintances. Mr. Morrow is greatly surprised and pleased at the wonderful progress Lethbridge has made during the last four years. Huge brick blocks, magni- ficent' HEW churches, and the growth f the shade trees iii the park and on the boulevards are some of the more notable changes, to say nothing of an up-to-date- municipally owned street railway, which has been installed. Death of Mr. Moffatt The death occurred last night at 11 o'clock of ThomaS Jloffatt, of 637 Fifth street South, at the age of sev- enty-eight years. Deceased had been a resident of the city for four years, and .was a respected gentleman of a fine type of character. He besicles a ivido'w, four daughters, May and Bella, and Mrs." G. Jennings of Lethbridge, and Jirs. P. Jones of To- ronto, and one son, James, now living at Forest, Ont. Deceased came to Lethbridge from Toronto. The funeral will held from the late residence of the deceased tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. No flowers. Cut the Weeds or Davy Will Get You David King, weed inspector, had a long session this morning 'vrith Chief Skelton. Better get after that patch of thistles, or Davy will get you. The Russian which is giving the farmers in the district so much trou- ble, will be due io seed very soon. The seed is light and spreads easily. The farmers have enough to do without i righting the weeds from Lethbridge, 'so Mr. King says. He thinks tho peo- ple have absolutely no reason for not cutting the weeds, and he has found that a little court manoeuvering helps the average offender. He .has warned the city that he is going to enforce the Xoxions Weed Act, and he is now starting out to do it. So look out. Brother of Local Manager Mr. George D. Brymner, for six years manager of the Bank of Mon- treal at- Westminster, has lisen appointed assistant superintendent branches" iii..British Columbia, of that institution.. He is u brother of R. T. local manager of. the .Bank of Commerce. BETTER THAN WHEN NEW Bring or mail your Safety Blades fa us to sharpen. Ko matLer what mako are. Single Edge per dozen .25c Double Edge, per .35c Durham-Duplex, dozen The Store TELEPHONE .NO. Haven't Heard Call Yet LethbriSge Anstrians' will have "to get busy at the wicket if they want to get home in "time to figlit the battles of their, country.' Up to date no tic- kets have been sold" to Austria, and one of "of Austrians here stated to the Herald that he knew of no ohe-wlio was contemplating taking in the excursion. Many of the local Austrians "come from the south, while there are-'nearly as many Servians here, most of them having come from me bouiiiem IIHIL uf also .Coutts Merchant Robert M. Dickinson, merchant, of j Coutts, was in the city today on busi- [ness. After the Weeds ..T. D. Smith, chief weed inspector for the provir-ce, .was in the city yes- [terday, stopping at the Alexandra. Commissioner'of Irrigation F. A. Peters, commissioner of Irri- Ssation, from tile Calsary office of the Irrigation branch 6f the aepartment of ;the Interior, waa. cit.v, for a ishort time yesterday. 'Ho left for Cardston last night, where several of Hie government survey, parties, are working in connection, with the devel- opment work, which probably be taken tip within a few years. We have a selected list of Houses, to-rent, see it before deciding Houses-for ''Sale Easy Terms. oii DCWSttY LAND f' THE NURSING MISSION Provides .visiting nurses for mater- nity slid all medical and surgical cases (except contagious and ..charges according to tho cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor 'patients cared for tree, of charge. Graduate nurses' for Private dut" also, provided. For further partlc- ularfe apply to the Nursing Mis- sion H14 7th Avwiue South. Phone 1233.' (Mite) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (MlsoJ; J. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse. Pittsburg, was re- turned victorious today in the first of the single matches between the Aus- tralians and Germans, challengers tor the Dwight F. Davis tennis trophy, held by the United States. Here are the Ecores: First set- Wilding 4 5 3 4 4 4 0 4 Krriutzer 2 ,3 5 1 .1 0 4 1 Second set- Wilding ..24541444 Krcutter ..403040'10 Third Wilding C 5 2 4'11 4 1'2 .5 S Kreute'r 4 3 4 1 '0 4 7'3 BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at the 'Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to 8, 23 'cents. Pie and Coffeb 10 cents. Short orders at all hours: It will cost you only a day, a week to spend your, .vacation at." Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fiihing Resort of the FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS TO SPOD IN SWEET GRASS WELL The Albcrtan today says: Harry K. Jolmson, the Tvcli-kno-nn Callfor-j nia geologist, likes the Swectgrass- country, of which 'he has just about completed a survey and examination tor the syndicate. Mr. Johnson stated last night that he woulil not make a report until his iorrc in the iielil completed the col- lection oi data, and Awhile he would not commit himself except in a gen- eral way. he said he was of the opin- ion that the situation in the Sweet-! grass justified a campaign of cxplor-j alien. Mr. Johnson took with him five j men, including -Or. James Perrln j Smith, oi San font un- iversity, Lhe-rterrHory was gone thoroughly. "The Swestgrass. htittbs arc trusivc masses winch Have tilted the oil hearing formations and have pro- duced both' monoclinaV and anticlinal structures in said Mr. John-, son to a, representative of ing Alberta last night. "Except near the buttes the dip in, the formation' is and in sonic places thej produced arc not unlike of portions ot Texas. "tic-sides the 'oil 'seepages at Kus- OOR'S ranch on the north Hank of the west buttc, oil has been detected in elsewhere in the-same sandstone, which carries the oil at ROKCOC'S; This is of significance as it shows' the sandstone has probably been impregnated with oil from ad- jacent, shales." Mr; Juhuson also expressed the opinion that if oil is found in the Segur .well, other territory in the. neighborhood would be practically proven as oil bearing and would- jus.tify exploration. Mr. John- son will -leave for Los Angeles after completing this .report, but will ,re- about the middle of August to 'finish other commissions which he has .Undertaken. .Ira-K. 'Sogur returned from the 3wcetgrass bnttos yesterday also. s.tal-sd that he the first well Monday. Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer Resort, with 18 miles of Navigable "Water-for Launches and Row Boats J Good Trout Fishing Rates and per-day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Pin- clier morning for the Lakes. 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 Cash Offer Wanted For petroleum and gas rights lease on Half of Sec. 29, TP. 5, R. 12, West 4th E. HAGELL, News Office, Lethbridge WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. 610: Eighth Street South. Ml broken Machineiy, Cast Iron, Brass, Steel, In fact made as good as new by the Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED One us a trial Dont throw your broken machinery away. We can reiian it at small cost. R. C. cf extraordinary cn- thMsmm accompanied hmpcror Fran- cis Jorepll's return lo the Austrian capital today. Enormous throngs car- rying'banners ami Icii'by semi mili tary bands iuvmcil .into procession lio- hind the veteran monarch and cscort- j ccl hl'iri to .Sliocnliriinn 'Castle. There was continuous cheering from ..the; people who packed tlic streets. A movement is oh-fppt ctitan citizens and British subject! luing m Hungjri to iorm a sDecia1 corps to accompan) the Hungarian army into the Iicld, a-conlmg to a tclciiram from BiidJi Pi-stli. MODERN every known feature of merit also exclusive McClary improvements No other furiiace equals Lit.v :See i the McGliiry dealer or write for booklet. Sold by Gco. R. Dixon ;