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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FMEK BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor. a Day Hotel In Albtru LETHBRIDGE DAILY HE STILL SOME BLUEBERRIES ARRIVING DP, Rusk's Chick f outi i BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG 'or aud be convinced. 'Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Too can obtain this food from the following Ellison Milling' Elevator Co, Lettbriiisre.'Xlta-' .Medicine Hat. Milling Co., Mail cine Hat, A. Mkcdon'aid'fc Co., I.f abridge, Twlor'.Willing Elevator Co., Letibridge, AJta, T. Taylor Milling fe Elevator Co., B. C. Allwrla FacUa Grain Co., Cal- ianr, Alta. CimpbellK Wilson 4 Home, Lethbridge, Alta. Croivn Feed fc Produce Co., Ogilvie Millias.Co., Ltd., cine Hat, Alta, Robin Hood Hills, Calgarr, but much longer cannot tell A shtiiiurnt tame til jestfiUuj and if the; market at Konora another gond.slzoif shipment-IB to arrive toiuqnw, Saturday morning. SOME WEEK END SPECIALS WE ARE OFFERING ARE sy are still ou the Uftskct Per pound RED Per Husket Basket ...1Sc RED Basket ;.............15o RED Basket :50c BARTLETT -pounds for f25o PEACH Basket CALIFORNIA Basket-----------.60c duality, each ...-----.15c Pound ...5c RIPE Home grown, [Iqt House, per pound.....20c CORN ON doacn t: .60c C.'s, S and .4 for-... ..7.. .W25e PICKLING Pound .......20c NEW As'trachaiis, .Graveusj.eins, 3 Ibs, for___25c COLD Per Pound .65c Hoasf.Beef, Sliced, Pound......'... .40c Han) Loaf, Sliced, .Per Pound......1.. ;.30c Boiled Ham, Sliced, Per Office: Phonemi THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROC'ERIES WEATHER Pick up the Load Again The start of every week brings to the house- wife all the old problems and some new ones. We can banish all jour food worries except cooking and serving. PHONE 1657 LET US HELP YOU PHONE 1657 (Donaldson's Old Stand, Duff Addition) B C Sugar, 20 pound Potatbcs, 7 pounds for.....................2.JC Canadian Cheese, per pound ....................20c Dairy Butter, per pound 2oc; 4 pounds lor _ New Laid Eggs, per dozen......................30c Blue Ribbon Tea, 3'pounds Jfnglijb Rt-r.nVr.iQt Bacon, per poundi. -35c Swift's Lard. 3 pound.pailj.50c; 5-pound pail... Corn 3 packets for Shredded 2 packets for Pulfed Wheat Rici 2- for Robin Hood Rolled Oats Per package 25c 25c 25c 25c 15c CANNED GOODS 3 for Corn, Peas and Beans 2 for................. 2 for................. "1 for............ 2 for................. 40c 25c 45c 45 c 35c CENTRAL CASH GROCERY Corner 8th Street and 9th Ave. S., Lethbridge. Lethbridge, clear .Edmonton, fair..... fair. Medicine Hat, fair Maclfeod, clear...... Red Deer, clear.. Saskatoon, fair..... Swift Current, fair Brandon, fair...... Portage, fair Winnipeg, fair...... Port cloudy Grand' Forks Weather has. 'bee.n, warm at most places provinces Forecast All today and on Saturday. Max. Jlin. 94 61 SO -48 32 52 102 68 98 .52 90 101) 50 58 53 S4 52 66 60 .08 100 49 fair -and very in the prairie fair and warm CITY AND DFSTETCT Thirty Days .-fop Theft Thomas Elmore, a miner, was this morning sentenced by the police mag- istrate to tnirty. (lays in the barracks for stealing three packages laundry from Sing. Kee'E Bulletins Direct to Farmers The tetbbridge Board of Trade has arranged with the Provincial .depart- ment of Agricu'iture to send a copy of every publication, relating to gen- eral farming, to. every farmer in Southern Alberta, as soon as The custom in the'yast has been to. mail these pubHcstioES to the farmers who apply for them. For Aching. Sore and Sweating Feet Jn tlio feet ache, perspire and Jeel damp and Cool shoes .and thlu stockings help some but net enough. If you want Keal Foot Comfort use EAS'EM Dust "a little Eas'em in the sprinkle some on llie stocking. .mois- ture and checks perspiration to a Then1 the feet are comfortable, do not don't ache 25c SPRINKLED TOP CANNISTERS The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Clean and Pure The inner part of the wheat bqjTy'? v, ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under .the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Spend Your Vacation at Store: Phone 525 CITY AND DISTRICT Look Who's Here A J, English and Geo P Whitney, of Medicine.Hat; Chas. Hills; of Pilot -Mound; C. B. Mawson, Coutts; N. L. Robson and wife, and Robt. Robson and of Maple Creek; "TV. R. Lowes, Etfmonton; H. L. Swisher, Morgantown, W. Va.; T. J. .Troy and. sons, Havre, Bradley, of'Cfeston, are visitors in the city to- day. Two Prairie Fires Last Night Fire, the origin of -which is uol known, did considerable damage north of section 33 last night, burning off about 300 acres of range grass. The ftrw.started about 7 o'clock along the road south of the Six Mile coulee j bridge, and had it not been for the quick action, of the men on L. A. Fel- ger's farm, there is no teHmg where j It would have ended After the fire i j'Wfts put out, it started again, but was (brought under control a second time Felger's brother, Hames, and on the farm. Another prairie fire rased for a time: south and east of Chin, in the neighborhood of -the. ranch, but the extent lot; damage done could not be learned; Vs there is no telephone communication, with that district. It will cost you only a day. 512.00 a week tojspend your at Hotel Outlet Tbe Tourist and Fishing Rejort of the Kqotenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The .high cost of liv- ihg solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 8 and Coffee Short, Orders at all hours Reduce the Police Force? The Police Commission met this af- ternoon in the Council chamber. It was expected that a delegation of cit- izens would wait on the Commission asking that the police force be reduc- ed. A Fine-Shipment Lloyd Dcvine have juet received a shipment of ninety head of some of the finest dairy cattle that ever came out of Ontario. The shipment is a mixed lot erctra fine grades, picked up at long prices by .Mr. Devine personally. The herd is undoubtedly one of the finest in the district, and 'will be used for winter milking exclusively V'Annua! Picnic The United Commercial Travellers of bethbridge, Council No.- 511, are holding their annual nicnlc at Nolan's Saturday, August 8, leaving the I.O.6.F. hall in a hody at 9.30 a.m. by automobile. .Every traveller, whether j a member of the local Council or not, is expected with his wife and family, or lady friend, to reserve the above date fpr-fiiis occasion. The commit- tee in charge are making extensive preparations for this, outing, aud are anxious to know how many to pro- vide transportation for. Ring up the Secretary-Treasurer, at or droti a line to Box -193, and make your reser- vation. All visiting.commercial trav- ellers cordially invited. We have a' 'selected list of Houses see it before deciding Houses lor Sale on Terms. tiOWSLEV Ml Utl4N IANDC COOL DELICIOUS SUMMER DRINKS AND ICE CREAM TRY OUR FRAPPES BEATON'S 210 A 5th STREET SOUTH ,THE NURSING MISSION Provides, visiting nurses for muter- nlty and all medical and surgical cases fexcept contagious and cnarges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free-of. charge. 'Graduate nurses for private duty also- provided; For further partic- ulars apply to lie Nursing Mis- sion M14 Till Avenue South. Phone 1233.' (Mill) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor, (Mill) 'M, A. MacKay, Crad. Nurse, Mackenzie, Orad. Nurne. Charged With-False Pretences II. Iljibhard, an alleged insur- ance agent and bunco- man, appeared before the police magistrate this morn- ing on a charge of having obtained some S300 from citizens in Lethbridge by false pretences, Claiming that he was a representative of the Great West Life. Hubbard is said to have obtained J242 from Alfred Hall, and from some others in the city on pay- ments oni policies which were never I delivered. The officials of the Great West daim that Hubbard is not their representative, and that, he never turn- ed any of the money in to the The manager of the Calgary office win iikely apnear asainst; Hubbard. His 'case was remanded until Monday. I Huhbarr; was arrested in Hassano jby Sergt. Johnston, of the IP., and is now doing three months for beating a board bill, which will hot (interfere with, the present case ag- gainst him. i Justice Ives Sits in Edmonton Justice h'es, one of the three newly appointed Judges 'iof tbe Supreme 'I Court-of Alberta, made his first ap- pearance as a judge in Edmonton-to- day, when he presided over the sit- ting of the Supreme Court chambers. Justice-Ires took Ills seat In the or- dinary way, and there was no- refer- ence "to his appointment by the bar- risters present. L. F. Clarry, master, in-cliambers for the Calgary district, was among those in attendance. Jus- tice fves was, until bis appointment, a barrister practising in Lethbridge j land a member of the firm of j Ball. The other two new .Supreme i i Court Judges. Justice. McCarthy, or Cqlgary and Justice Hyndman of Ed- monton, have not sat on tho bench at Edmonton: Justice Hyndmah was in the cast when the appointments'wore anounced, and has not yet returned. It Is expected ,thnt'Justice McCarthy will preside over the next sittings of the Court charilberB in Ed- monton