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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TO THE HOUSEWIFE Wash clay is one of the things to be dreaded this awful, sweltering hot weather. If your husband-had it to do, what would he do? WHAT WOULD HE DO? There'is but one it to the Steam Laundry. THE tETHBKIDGE PLANT is modem in all its appointments. If you have not tried it you are missing an op- portunity. Sanitation in these days counts for something, Start in sending your laundry to us on Monday, August 3, 1914. You will never re- gret it. With our modern DARNING MACHINE we darn all Sox neatly that come into the Laundry. Don't procrastinate. Try us now. Lethbridge Laundry Co. Ltd. Phone 451 C. S. Farrow, Manager. P.O. Box 477 King George Makes 1' A Supreme Effort CONTINUED FROM FHONT "AGE BRITAIN CALLING SAILORS HOME San Diego, Cal., Aug. the British sloops-of-war Shearwater and Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Has jour morning cjp of coffee a full rion flaior and delicate aroma? If no' ask for BLUE RIBBON coffee' When glUns' your nejt older and notice the difference You will be agreeably surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee: -Baking Powder, Spices .'and Extracts all one :best. Taker Visited By Very Severe Thunderstorm Tancr, July night Tabcr i experienced one of the worst thunder and wind storms in its history. The! up-vcrv-cl of -the sbuthrwcst, lastoil about] me hour. '.All' electric Uglltialiil tsic- connections were shut down during the progress of the storm, "'lie. Tatcr I'Mre Deiiartmeut calhd to the house of Councillor JMc- Kohcrts, where it was discovered that a smalL (jrc had originated ing to a defective fuse plug lie fire howeisr had teen nut out beipre llio armil of tho brigade who had rim'in the 'worst port on of the storm The awning of Willnm was blown down and badly damagc-1 numerous gaiden fences were down, arid several people arc-in fron the country todav and report tho destruction by the wind of their hous s One. Iamily_ took refuge, under a oinvis in their waggon after their house had cqlla'psed. Several- rirairio fires started by t e lightning only to he put but a few .'Minutes liv ths hail and Cain which fol lowed. Yesterday ..the thermpnieter registered 102'at noon, and had only dropped to 87 jt 10 TIRES Set While You Wait i i Painting, Repairs, All Carriage Work Neatly and Executed f This machine will set tiies from J tqv 3 ills, and do first class work. Let us show you what this machine can do. -THE- Ecppmical Carriage Shop REAR DALLAS HOTEL T. BLUNT, Proprietor MAN IMPORTED UNREASONABLE AMOUNT OF LIQUID CHEER INTO -DRY TOWN Magratli, Alta., Aug. -Because one man imported an "un- daEonabie amount" of booze into this "dry" recently, a confiscation order Tvas made at a trial yesterday before-Justices.of the Peace Howard, Beaman and-Mercer. The charge was laid 'by-Llcense.'Inspector. Mercer. Five other liquor cases were on the docket, but following the conviction in the first case, the other defendants asked for an adjournment, which was granted, to enable them to obtain counsel. Four gambling cases were' also tried Two pleaded guilty and two not guilty The former were taxed the costs of the court, .and in the latter cases judg- ment was -reserved. GRACE- OUT Russia's Answer is to Proceed Mobilizing CONTINUED FROM FKONT PAGE cr Kurfurst was'. ordered liack to Key York, Officials of tlic line said that ths Wjllshad had been ordered! to leave Montreal for liqston because! Algerlno will ba at Sin ihc lortoei is a Dritlsli port and inj Diego, and their officers and men event ijt hostilities Ivelwcen Gee- bushed overland to New York for pas- many and England It would be ne- sa'ge to. England, to be usud in man- cessary (or the vessel to be in neu- NO LONGER iiiug the large warships of the Uritish reserve fleet, was the'report here to- night. The Algerine is reported to be steaming at full speed from Mazatlan to. this port. The Slioanvater, fu'ily coded and provisioned, is lying In the itream. It 'was. at first believed tbe two Sometimes, He Had To Sit Up All Night For Weeki At A Time-Suffered For 15 Year. Unfil He Cured Himielf With tral port to avoid seizure.' Cancellation oi tho ffillehad's sail-! ing interrupts the return homo o[ the! first tot ol Austrian reservists from Canada. Worn 200 reservists] called to Ilia Austrian colors, had cngazed passate on the steamer. With the issuance of these orders the tie-up of the N'orth Ckf- jnlpB would proceed to Esquimau, the British natal station in British j man Lloyd fleet plying between Am- Columbla, but the giatilj of the Eu- ericjn ports and Europe has situation canted a sudden I practically.completed. The sailing of ropeau- change plans. in the British Admiralty's! the Hamburg American hoc vtssEls NBithpr the Shearwater nor been suspended on both sides oi Neitner tue snearudier nor ,fhe was Algerine Is capable of taking a place on the-line of battle, and because of ihin fact their o'ficcrs and crew, It is said, be transferred to large ships of the Reel. Under international mantlme law, the vessels will haie tho breech blocks of their suns and all ammuni- tion and rifles taken off if they are .to have saiird' today with pass- engers'; the Kroii Prinz Wilhelm, s'.h-'dulod to sail next Tuesday the Prinzcsslre.ie, scheduled to sail Au- gust 6, all have. "cancelled thuir sail- ings' and .will remain at the dock CALLIJJO AUSTRIAN BESEUVISTS, HOME York, Augi The', perplexing problCfn .of .transporting thousands oi and volunteers for niiii- Interned here, In-case of war. AEROPLANES IN THE BIG WAR .............._ ._.....___ London, Aug G Qrey, editor tary service iVtha Austro-Hungarian of the Aeroplane, a leading authority i army confronted acting Consul- on aviation, writes on the use of aero- Qcneral Winter. y planes In the etent of a European Acthig under orders from 4-he Vi- uar- j enna. government all temporary ar- "The utility of aircraft in a Euro- j for sending reservists to ;ean war would be almost entirely inj Austria: were suspended yesterday. connection with he says. "Under certain ciicunistances both noroplanes ana airships might be used for offensive purposes, but no :tion owns enough aircrafts to mako Atout Austriaiis are in the city and it had been arranged to be- gin assigning them to steamships dey. The French, German and Russian them, an important consideration, as. consulates .continue to show unusual weapons It Is possible that a couple activities in view of. the threatening of German a'rships might make a dash for Paris or London, with the idea of creating a tumult of the pop- ulace, but they would run big risks of being destroyed faster aeroplanes." BRITAIN CENSORS CONTINENTAL DISPATCHES London, Aug. l.-The British tele- graph authorities are exercising a can- soiBhip over incoming piess dispatch- es from the continent CANADIAN HAVE NO ORDBHS YET Winnipeg, AUK om- cial have open received in lo- cal military circles regarding the pos- being -called sibilitv of western WOODS being -called out for active service in the event of LS outlook in three con- sulates- where men gathered. It was 'announced that no orders had neon" .received calling out the reservists living "in-th's country. FOREIGNERS'-CAN'T' GET PASSAGE HOME New..Yotn, holers in this city arc scores, of foreigners and Americans hooked passage 'onHie VatellalHl, which was to have started'.c'n hi. across tlie; At- lantlc'tbday, Tha; cancellation of sail- ing of'llie.Vitcrland and Other ves- .sels. by. the Hamburg-American and lhe._ North German Lloyd lines 'also 0. A. at Wallace Ave., Toronto, Dtc. times having to sit up eights for weeks at a time) I began the HIP of Fruit a- lives" These wonderful tabWt relieved me of Indigestion, and through continued use of same, I no longer distressed with temble dfwue, Asthma, thauUs to "Fruit a which are worth their weight in gold to anyone suffering as I did I would heartily recommend them to ill inffeicn from Asthma, ivliich I believe is caused or aggravated by Indigestion" DA WHITE Astlimats a diseise of the Nerrts It usinlly attacks those of a highly strung nen ou whose nerves are easily affected by anydistnrbmnct of digestion This is why 98 of tho e who suffer with Asthma, anfier wiUk Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation In Mr White's case, hit Asthma WM cured at the s-une time that hi Indigestion was cured Whj J Bccau e Tru t a lives nets directly on stomach, bowels ludaeyi and skin. Fruit atnes cleans the whole system of the poisons that an irritating the i elves "Fruit a lives." sweetens the stomach, insnrei sonnd digestion nui 'ucaltlvj appetite "Frmt a lives" is a positive cure for Asthma and Hay Fever soc. i boi 6 for so tnal size, 250 At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price bv Fruit a lives Limited, Ottawa Of persons who had' c, (j._ hobkcd.ipasaige either from American lne or litirponan ports, to abandon their trips or'seek passage on vessels official; organ ol'thegov- sithpt after tho Russian d pivtn order for mo- cf'the entire Russian Bzmy AUTO TRAGEDY AT, STRATFORD TWO KILLED Stratford Out Aug morn tag a double auto tragedy occurred at of IN CASE OP WAR New York, Aug. l.-It is stated it-re that a strike cf the. workers of En laid, France and invclvinj SO'.C'OO.UOO men, will te calito-at tni rv.nziess in Paris, if there is --n oi these three'nations.'Be- to; invoked in the Euroiean con- RUSSIAN MONEY INCREASES SUSTAINED and the peace of'.Europe le maintained if Russia would cease .to threaten Germany and Austria- Aug. coun-' Hmrary i. c 1 his vLlcd a million roubles (a-bout; An official communication has been Washington, D.a, Aug. for the Rod Cross service' pu-lishcd in the North German Ga rites increases on packing house pro nf nnrt friendly powers. I IBtte sayin tbe Russian Pmperoi on ducts from Cedar Raplda and other n rranornr cl I Iowa points to andjolnnta, tined for liuror-c h'.vo stoppri tho Standard Oil company, such (ommoditlcs Icing contra-; hand rf wsr. Several Standard., Oil] t-.h't ships that wpre to leave Allan- tH liorls todcy have ordered to rcma'n dock. Charged with swindling Commis- sioner Grace out of a cold 51000, F. (ljet Jiide Garry, supposed to be a nephew; STANDARD OIL of Judge Garry, President of tils Unit- j STOPS EXPORT ed States Steel Corporation, was ar- Ycrk, Aug. rested in- a room in the La Salic Ho- petroleum end other-oil products Chicago, yesterday on a warrant issued by Police Magistrate OEltop of this city. Garry came through Lethbrldge last spring, and being a, friend: of Mr. Grace's, cbtained his endorsement, to draft on Judge Garry for 51000, which was dishonored. Garry now claims that his uncle told him'to draw up to and he has no. explana-1 tion to make. He wired Mr. Grace that he would reimburse him ,wlth the amount if the charge could bp withdrawn, but as yet no sign' of the thousand has shown up. It is prob- able that iin officer of the mounted police will leave tonight to foring Garry back to Letlibridge to face-the charge. Sergt. Major Humby. will'he the officer despatched if the action- ie taken.. Chief Skelton circularized entire country "in an' effort to find Garry, and Anally learned that hs was in Chi- iagp, atopiiing at the LaSallo. He wired .Chief of Detectives.'.John J. Halpin, and the arrest took placfi, larry will not figiit extradition. '1 li'am urgenth requesting him to help IN CHINA HAVE ORDERS ._ SlisniUai, August 1. Reserves in averting the misfortune ol a Eu throughout are proceeding with war and to tr} to restrain ail iisstc to Tsing-Tau, the fortified his ally, Austria-Hungary, from go- Port inithe German territory of Kia- ing too far .....Emperor William replied that he would take up the task ol mediator and accordingly diplomatic cluii. "KAISER-BLAMES CZAR' FOH SITOATIOS B.rlin, Aug. North German Simple Home For .Wriiilded Faces Thousands are spending fortunes frantic efforts to premature age from .their fa-ces. Suoli women willingly -pay almost'any "f'J imount of money for worthless wnn-i iiic ye, tie removers, .of which 'there: ar-3 and to many. If they only knew It, .the most Paris, July Matin, quot- a St. Pttfrshurj journal, under- _ 'slar.cs that an agreement fcotween Germany and Austria was concluded iiur'ng the recent interview between Emperor, and Archduke Krenz FcrJinand at the Castle of Kohjpiseht. The conditions are stat- ed to i e as follows The creation ol a crmy corps on the .Russian fron- tier and increase ol the number of (2) Retention of soldiers will] revi'ncllls on-expiration of of scriice in case of necessity. (3) The army Corp.? on the eastern fron- 1icr to be on a war In- "I Pie naval program., by con- struction o! (car Dreadnoughts. Austria-., to increase seres.' (2) f mcn! .IBS gradually the re- The construction of polls it ere BUEtained today by tie In- terstate Commerce CommlBilon. action was intuted in A icnna While this was in progress .the news Russia was mobilizing reachc-t and Emperor William t'le graphed to tho Emperor ol Russia that his rols as mediator was ,by -this cndtn.ercd, i! not made impossible. The communication adds that a cisir.n WES to have been taken .in Vi- enna today in regard .to the mcdia- proposals in whioh Great liri- tain had jc.ir.cd Germany, but that me.nwliile Russia had ordered the; full mo'.ilization of her forces. Upon) 1'mpcror William addressed a Ust to Emperor Nicholas einihaticalij declaring that his r Vn responsibility for safety of the Ger- man Empire had forced'him to take deftnsiie measures. RUSSIA CHARTERS STEAMERS ALSO New York, Aug. Russian- American lino announced today that all sailings of the sh rs. bevwun Am erica and Russia boon cinccllod table Compound, and now I feel The two.ships, the Russia and the different person. I believe there a Kursi, tjio line innomuxd Ind lo-n nothing like LyiUa E Pinkham'i FARMER'S WIFE TOO ILLTO WORK A Weak, Nervoiu Sufferer Restored to Health bf Ly- diaE.Pinkhwn'.Vef. etable Compound. Kosota, Minn am (lad to that Lydia I! Plnkham's Compound dons more for ma than anything ebe, and I bad the tmt phjn- danben. Iwaiw weak and that I wold net do my work and fered with pains low down in my nght side for a year or more. I took Lydii E. Pinkhain'ii CutlCUra str :-to2ic railway frcim' the', Russian keep the skill and SCalpdean remedy Imaginablo'Is a sim- fr ntcr. (3) The tjrtlfleavlon of anVirlo-ir hoalthir ile, harmless face-wash which can t wns. (4) To divide Bosnia ll'to two re uisiliiiniHl by tho Bbth vessels aw now at Lihau WAR DIDN'T DBLA.Yl.H.Cn Al WEDDING Berlin, Aug. Oscar, fifth eon of Emperor William, was mar- ried last to t-cuntess Ina Bas daughter of Countess Von They 'I Rappin. The oicial celebiation ol marriage hab been set for Scp sweet and healthy, terato- independent districts. made lip .iit homo, in, less tlian a mln- ite. They have only-to. got-an, bimce powdered sixolite and'.half a pint witch hnzel at thp, drug'Stbro and mix the two. Apply this dally as a refreshing lotion. The. offset' Is !Vl- nost magical. Kvon after, tUe first. reatmcnt a marked Imprpyeni'ent is Alexandra, lias decided, to rcturt noticed nnel the (ace. has n-'smug, firm tfct to Russia cancel fccllnj; tUat U moat kcr usual visit to Dviur.arV. y Empress rf Russia, who Enjland intending, to pass tsomq wco's with Iicr sister, Qucsn Mnhcr besides soothing irritations which often prevent sleep arid if neglected become chronic disfigurements. irt'aolil tbrovtboul tboirorld. A IIIKiTM or.cftcb.wltb 32-DHlft booklet on llifl raro treatment o[ tho ahtniiml Xildrovi rntur linttf Cbov Carp., 3X, lIMliB, V. tl. A. Taxei Coming In Taxes are coming in by the thouB ands of dollars, and the average mnin- taincd'for the past'week has teen ab- out 16000 a total "registered In tho past eight .days, being close to .foO.OOO. The last day of dlicount is {August 15 v ,v table Compound for weak women arid young girls, and I would be glid if I luUitl influence anyone to try tbe inedi- cir.3, for I know it will do all and much more than it Is claimed to do." CLARA FRANKS, R. P. D. No. 1, crest Farm, Kasota, Minn. Women who suffer from tresimg Ills peculiar to their sex should be convinced of the ability of G Finlcham's Vegetable Componnu to re- store their hoith by the many genuins and truthful testimonials we are oou- pobli shing In tbe newspapcn. If yon the l We Com vlce. Tour letter will opined. read and hy WMIUI, Md IB Itotet ;