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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THIS LETHBRIDGE PA1LY HEltALb WEDNESDAY, AUGUST News of the War Which appeared in Special Edition issued at 10.30 Ottawa, Ont., Aug. Sproule arrived In the capital yes- terday, and the notici-s summon Ing the members will be sent out at The order for the mobilization of a .Canadian army division of approximately 21.000 men will, It is expected, be Issued today. Meanwhile, the minister of militia ftnd the headquarters staff have prac- all the permanent force al- Jrea''y stationed at strategic ana there are now upwards, of tour thousand men under arms at Halifax, Sj dney, St John, Quebec, mad at the cable and tireless, sta ittoos. The government will at once "taiie steps to protect armed guards all the canals, harbors and other means ol transportation and communication'. The soldiers on guard iill have orders to shoot to kill in any attempts to intenerc or disregard thr reg'.lations to be issued by the militia department The troops will be assembled at the roanoedvericg area, acquired by The go era., er-t at alcartier, ist out- Bide of Quebec City, and win e im- mediately put through course of under conditions of Three "or four miles of targets are bein; erected for firing practice. .No word has beer, received from the im- perial government as to whetror cr not the Canadian forces will he re- quired For expeditionary purposes as to where they will be needed arid on what duty Oiey will be assigned. It is But considered'likely, that there will be any nccess ty for deciding up- on this until parliament meets and the decision as to the disposal oi the troops will be Ictt for the final word of the- people's repsesentativcs on the advice of the ministers. It is not expected that Great Bri- tain will ask for any immediate de- spatching of "troops to join the Im- perial forces, which will likely be sent at once to. Belgium., The im- perial government is asking Canada to assume first the dutj of self-de- fence, at :the -present juncture and it may possibly be that developments of the war will.make it advisable for the .to remain in readiness in the Dominion for some time. TENDERS HAY Tenders will bo received by the undersigned up to August 16th, 1914, for the supply of about 276 tons of first class, baled, Tlmoths delivered lit hay sheds of the Gait Nq. 3 and No. 6 mines, as required. Tend. ers may for the or any part of the above quantity. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. LEWIS STOCKETT, Gen. Supt. Coal Mines Branch, D.N.R., Can. Pao. By., Calgary, 197 6. Alberta, jmiu( ruvuv t.atv la office by'i joung man, age 81, good sfonqgraplifr nn4 fair knowledge bookkeeping Three j ears' ojLGcrience and good 10 terraces Apply j, Herald 194-fa Canadian Parliament to Hold War Session Aug. 18 Ottawa, Ont, Aug. the .conclusion of. tonight's Cabinet Council meeting. _the Prime MIn- announced that Parliament l would be summoned to meet on Tuesday, August 18. The business of Parliament will be to vote funds required for defence pur- poses ;and :to ratify the Governor- General's warrants which have al- ready been- issued. Fleet's Orders: Capture or Destroy the Enemy n London, Aug. wire- less broke loose tonight Imme. dlately after midnight King George sent the above personal message to the entire fleet sailing 'against the German armada, el-ear- ed for action. __.ThlB-yyas the first message.sent. to the f lust since It cleare'd' from harbor, and sailed" to She secret rendezvous 'n ther.North- I I Sea. Ever since the wireless has been word was permit- to go forth, until tonight the signal for the most tremendous "ever1 fought sputter- ed out through the darkness from the great- naval wireless station. Immediately after the orders to- "capture or. destroy the enemy" 'had'been'flashed to the admiral commanding, it was followed by the King's own words. TURKEY WILL REMAIN NEUTRAL' Constant inoplc, Aug. Turk- ish government announced tonight that it would observe neutrality in the European crisis. ._ ANGRY LONDONERS MOB GERMAN CONSULATE London, Aug. mob gathered outside the German Embassy in Carlton House terrace tonight. The demonstrators groaned and hooted, and.finally stones were thrown, which broke windows. The .German ambas- sador. Priace Lichnowsky, with the members ol his staff, Was in the gar- den, but quickly withdrew to the house. A force of mounted and foot police re-inforced the regular, guard and drove bfi the crowd with difficulty. SERVIAN GENERAL HAS FALLEN ILL London, Aug. despatch from Servia today announces that' General Radomir Putnicfc, chief of the. Ser- vian general staff, has fallen ill, and that his son was wounded in-a recent battle. BRESLAU CAPTURED Paris, Aug. 3 is officially con- firmed today that-the German cruis- er Breslau bombarded Bona, a forti- fied seaport town in Algeria. The cruiser fired 60 shots, to which the port replied. Later tae Breslas, sailed in the di- rection of Gibraltar is supposed to have been captured by the British fleet, vrnich is guarding the Straits. It is reported from Calais that French torpedo boat destroyers cap- tured two large German sailing ships. kind of dally wort. b> English noinaa. Apply Hiss Hoi, tend. Phone 1310 of any -kind by a sioady married man, will do" w tiling Apply V.'m. Cjaiimd, '737 l.Cth ..Street; Nmth teacher for Hudson School District No 2i07 to commence September for four months Salary per month Apulj to John Fletcher, Glassy Lake, llta TO KENT FOR SALE OR larie boaidtag- and 'rooming house; close n, all rooms rejited, 'house rent( is reitonable; furniture cipi be rented; or bought on easy (iajments. APPly Hot 1 Herald TO store buffllmg. Bit uate 13th St and Mil Ave N Pull basement m connection Suitable for aluvost any business Apply 315 5th St S or Phone 1110________ ro rren TO to 4SQ, acres in one must little cash, money mal el to on, farm four miles east at Lethbrldge, Call 189-6 .for .light .liouso w'drk'aha to1 assist re- ferences required. llth St, South 198-2 a mouth or perhaps longer, a good plain cook Apply be- tween 7 and 8 oi clock In the evenings to Mrs L M, 1280 4th 9- maid tor Gait- Hos- jlta.1 v Apply Lady Supt competent. male Btenographer'about 18 or 20 years old. bright office boy Apply Super 'inteiident's office, C. P. R. depot.v Japanese Fleet May Guard Coast of British Columbia Ottawa, Ont, Aug. Japan- kse Consal-Oensral, Mr. Tafia, called bpoa the Frhtte Minister yesterday, ind discussed the general ?rar situa- tion. Vhe attitude of Japan as an ally Great Britain is of some moment to Canada, as it Is not improbable that Japanese fleet may be found on guard over British interests In the Pacific, and over the coast ot British Columbia, r This would be.a curious development from the British Colum- bia standpoint, but still more extraor- dinary, It is possible. If Great Britain and Japan., are fighting together in the same cause, there is nothing to pre- vent the enlistment of Japanese in Ca- nadian coast regiments. Tokio, Aug. Japanese pre- mier, Count Okuma, in an interview :tcday expressed his regret that the United States had not been able to mediate in the 'European conflict, if it continues, he said, it means the destruction of western civilization, japan, he continued, would havclbeen happy to join the United States in mediation but her possible participa- tion in the war as an'ally of Great Britain made her an interested party. The premier said tha-t Japan, if she were compelled reluctantly to inter- vene, would protect the British col- onies but under no circumstances would she send a fleet or an army to Europe. block of good Irrigated land m Coal dale district on hix-ral terms Apply Bos 17 Herald 0 TO RENTV-lSruished room in., fully u.odern holise, Suitable for per- sons Board if desired, close to car line Reasonable Apply 934 7th St So.ith JO RE.NT OR FOR live, roomed fully modern cottage with full size basement, partly furnished 4-ppll 918 10th St TO roomed modern house with ga9, in good condition, 3 doors from car Jme ?25 per month. 10 gooa tenant Apply Boi 32 Her- ald TO room ftilh modern cot tage on street car line, Uose in En quire 1348 16Ui St N. Phone 334 or 362 TO furnished bed room in modern residences on car line, near 12th St Board may -be ar- ranged. Gentleman Apply 1212 6th Ave. S. TO or two nicely fur- nished rooms, good location, rent rea- sonable; use phone. Apply Bos 5, Herald. TO central located rooms, newly furnished and modern; reasonable rates by week or month. M. Smith, Room 3, Union Baak Huild- ing. TO modern 6-room {louse in good neighborhood. Prefer to lease by. year. 1313 4th Ave. S. Apply T. B..Dunham, Coaldale. Phone R607. TO in modern house to rent, reasonable, newly decorated. Apply 313 6tll-Ave. -A South...-Phone. 720. FOR now occupied by Western Tiiisniitiiins ilrs. door north of. Herald. Ready now-. Apply C. "Walsh, qu premises: TO roomed, nioatrn dwell- ing, redecorated throughout, G23 10th St. Apply. H. .MacBeta, Agency. 194-6 TO or -two. furnished rooms in fully modern. house, also light housekeeping rooms, close .in, with rent reasonable, with phone. Ad- dress 515 6lh St. S. TO six roomed modern house, per 333 15th St-N. Apply R. V. Co., Phone 1191. jms Transfer Phone 1386 arid Prompt Service Lethbridge School Dis- trictXo.51. Tenders will be received 'by the pndersigned up'tlircoon, 'Aususf 1-2, 1S14, for the supply of coal to the. schools of the above district, for the year commencing Sept. 1st, 1914., Coal to be best quality screened; lump, free from bone, slate and otherl Impurities. Any further information ob-1 talned at the Training Bth Avenue South. 1 JOHN fT. 4 Secretary-Treasurer, j i LATEST DESPATCHES (8 O'clock) Bordeaux, France, Aug. German steamers in this port have been seized. London, Aug. Britain declard war on Germany at 7 o'clock tonight. ENEMY EXECUTES SEVEN FRENCHMEN Winnipeg. Aug. special despatch from Strassburg, Ger- many, says seven Frenchmen have already been put to death on the charge of being spies. FOREIGN SPIES ARPvESTED IN LONDON Winnipeg, Aug. five men suspected of being foreign spies were arrested in London today is stated in a London cable. EDMONTON EXHIBITION August SPECIAL FARES Goin0T dates, Aug. SthrHth. Return limit, Aug. 18th. R. DAWSON, .rDlitrlct Pawenger Agent, Calgary. SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE Hoiischol.d Furniture and Poultry Tomorrow Evening THURSDAY, AUGUST GTH At 6.30 P.M. at 433 20th Street North. WILSON, Auctioneer, Table Dresser.3 and Stands and Mattresses Centre' Tables 'Rockers' Carpets and Linoleums 'Jardinieres Tools TERMS CASH. is instructed to sell the following: Chest Drawers One 4-Hole Stove 1 set Single Driving Harness; new A quantity of Game Hena "Willie Leghorns and Game Spring Chickens Also Wire Netting and Hen Coops. NO RESERVE. Tomorrow Evening, Thursday, at 6.30 TO 1st Ave A North, fully modern (i room house. Apply Alberta Loan Investment Co. TO modern house; all painted' and papered since last occu- pied. Large garden plot corner 7th Ave. and 12th St, See owner, D. H. ,Flton, Phono 490 or 1523. NEWLY FURNISHED AND DECOR- ATED TWO, THREE AND FIVE ROOMED SUITES FROM TO 540.00 PER MONTH; SINGLE BED- ROOMS FROM ?10.00 PER MONTH; FREE LIGHT, HEAT AN'P WATER IN THE COMMODIOUS AND UP-TO. DATE VICTORIA MANSIONS, THIRD AVENUE SOUTH. APPLY AT OF- FICE. for 'right party. Apply .at once. No otner than hustlers need apply Anto- :mntic {lose Coupler Co., Lid., Room Bldg. 0 -teacher Tor village school. First seccnd class certificated Apply before August 5th itating salary "'aud experience. "School 'commences-Aug. 17th. P. .W. Hunt, Sec.-Treas., Noble S.TD..- No. NoWofofd, Alta. I MISCELLANEOUS WANTS bj the day ?1 60 per daj Miss Joslo Thomas, 1257 1th Ave S Phone 399 SEWING. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right Airs E J Pannell, Room 41, Dominion Bldg good sized rooms, double or joining, for girls' rest room arid library, in private house, close in: Address W. C. Club, 624 8th St. South. BO AND ROOM FURNISHED board; also table board. Phone 1390. 30? 7th Ave. A S. Mrs. J. A. Jones. 195-6 FOR a good room with ail modern conveniences, steam beat, shower tmths, B'mngc. etc., apply Y. M.'C.A. .BOARD AND con- veniences; 55 per it'eek. Apply 834 7th St. S Miscellaneous for Sale FOR restaurant. First St., Coleman; IS beds complete; all cooking utensils and store room in kitchen, dining room complete with ail dishes, tables and chairs; girl's room and my own, and organ reserv- ed. Cost me S5500; will sell for cash. John Johnson, Box 168, Coleman; Alta. Professional Cards MEDICAL OR W. B. Surgeon, Accoupher Hours' p m oiflce 914 Third Avenue. Phon. OR. Block Resldtnce 1206 Sixth Aienue Ollice hours 11-12; 13; 7 S JO OIB'.e iibone Kosidence 1000. DR. C. C. OR Sur- Keon, Accouchor. Olflce at resilience corner 6tb Avenue South and 7th Street South. Houti: 8-9; 1-3; 1 to f 30. Phone line DR. Eye, Nose and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours 9.30 to 12; 2-5; evenings by appointment, phones, ofllco 341; residence 59.1 ____ PHYSICIAN on. L. B. Member of Col- lege Physicians and Al- Suite 31018, Sherlock Bldg. Poone 1414. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private j Hospital and Maternity Home. 704 Sixth South. Phone TO THE'LADIES OF LETHBRIDQE I wish to announce that I Jepresent the Splrella Company of Canada and respectfully solicit your patron- age for world-wide, famous corsets made by above company. Call or send card to 319 5th Ave. Mrs. M. S. Turley... LOTS FOR SALE FOR lots In Block 23, Duff, at each; terms. R. V. Gib- bons Co., Balmoral Block, phone 1191. FOR lot and shack, 415 19th St. North; Lot 40x140; Price Apply It.'Mercer, 416 19th St. North. 195-6 FQH quantity of first class household "furniture; cheap, for cash- Apply 422 9th St. S. FOk one good awning complete, used but one summer; -will sell for one half its original cost. Mason Rtsch Ltd. .FOR second hand Pian- :in perfect condition, with beueh to match; a snap at ?100. Mason Rlsch FOR "good second hand Upright piano in mahogany case; a snap for some one. Mason Risch, Ltd. FOK two good second hand organs, per month. Mason Hisch Ltd. ''Graceful as a Swan" and "as safe as a Rowboat." These are a few of .the com- ments on my new 16-ft. H. W. Model, Old Town CANOE Let me .demonstrate to you the beauties, of. this canoe with a keel Also the Sponeon, unslnkable model. WILL HAYTER Local Agent. 611 15th Street South Or Phone 1117 after 6 p.m. __________-.-.--- r FOR 900 Ewes; 4501 Lnmtis; SOO Yearlings, .200 two-year-- old Wethers. Rambetet and Lincoln stock. Write Geo. H. Budd, Raymond Alberta. TO 3rd St South, seven rooms, fully modern, furnished or. un- 'turniiheci; 'garage, very desirable pro- perty. per month furnished. Will give lease to right party. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room 5 Macdonald Blk. Phono 570. FOR slightly .used' SS-I note Player Piano, bench and music, all as good as new. Regular pries SSOO, will sell at 5500 .and easy pay-j I ments. Mason Risen Ltd. .'0. 5th. Ave. South, 7 rooms, fully modern, hot water heat- ing, good lawn and trees, also stable and cfticken house; 530 per month; will give lease. Apply. N. B. Peat Co., Room 5, Macdonald Block, l-iionc 570. For Sale or Exchange _ FOR SALE OR hay Cedar Fence Posts. Write K. Popoff, Slocan City, B.-C. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR (he lois I am sellljg in North Lethb.'idgc. each, closn to Westminster. 510 cosh, 55 month- ly. Money to loan for-building. This is your opportunity. W. M. Glllelan. Third Ave. S. FOR SALE By owner, choice half section 22-7-1S, ten miles N.E. Stir- ling, 3 miles from Lethbridge-Wey- burn line. All fenced and level. 100 acres ploughed. Will sell at a sacrl- Send me an offer. J. Daniel I Stuwe, 1436 W Street, Washington, D. C. Having seized Sunder the School Law from Theo. Poole, the following .property: One top buggy to be sold to the highest bidder (If ..not sooner paid) for taxes, at my N. of 22-1-12, West 4th, on Wednes: day the 12th day of August, 1914, at P'm' AUGUST HELBERO, Treas. West .Butto S.D. No. 2747. .-MONUMENTS- If you arc considering the purchas- es of n see us before yon. decide. Beat'stock, best de- signs and best prices. Lethbrldge Monumental Works 8th St. South. R. Needs, Manager. LOST containing on 3rd 1 betwe-en Red Cross Dnig Store and 8th St. Finder please return to Herald office. the blue, car line pair of sses in case with W. J. Armstrong name plate. Finder return to 529 12th St. NT. or Herald office. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity hnd all medical and surgical cases) (except contagious and dnnrges according to the cir- cimisfiancea of the patient Poor patients cared for free of charge. Grauunto. nurses for private duty also provided. For further ulars apply to tho Niirsing Mis- sion 1-lU 7lh Avenue South. Phone 1233. (Miss) M.-Tllley, Supervisor. (Mies) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) Jj Mackenzie, Grad. Nurser PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. frt'SXt ghedi fofflo 1161 Offiot I 462 Stibln I 10t4 Steamship Ticket Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steamen Allan- Lino Royai Mail Steamers, French Line to liayro. White Star New York and Canad- ian service. Cunai'd Line, New York and Canad- ian service. Canadian Northern Royal Mail Uor.aiURon iiine to uiasgow. Anchor Une to Glasgow. (Jftrninn Lloyd. Hamburg American and all other r_ i n es. Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant- werp and Hamburg connections, Czer- monitz, Krakan and all other Contin- ental points. Buy your tickets where you get your train. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Agent, -DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dedal aufgeoni Toronto, and .holder of a Dominion Dental Ceitiflcate Offlca- Room! C and 6, Bryan Blogk. DR. L. T. to Ors. Ccnrtlce and GraOuato University of Maryland. '.Ofilce houra Macdonald Blk. 'Phone' 1165.' Lotlibridgo Alta DBS MARrtS AND successors to Drs. Stewart and .M61 Clure Hours 9 to Ii Office, Hli- inbnlimm BUMk. DR E G ber of Roval Collstto of Surgeons, (Ens.) Licentiate Royal College of Piij'ficlana (Londba) un.S.. 1S09; Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: G.g, Pott VIA VI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY (Tue Natural System ol Treatment' for etc) Number 15 Hull Blk Hours 4 'o C p m dally; 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment Miss E S L. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, and Alberta Land Surveyor; tlpn Hydraulic. Engineer. Rooms 6 and WMJney Block. P. O. BOJ "57. Phnne 1042 DUFF M Ed, wards BASc, Dominion and At beria Land Surveyor; DonaU A. C B bins print- ing, civil engineering and land veving Suite 205 Sherlock Bldg. Lethbrldge AUa MUNICIPAL, CIVIL ENGINEERS R. E. McARTHUR, A.- C. Yard Layouts. Sewerage Systems. .Water. Supplies. Irrigation Works. Surveys, Plans, _Estlmates. etc., 104 Sherlock BIdir. AUCTIONEER W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer... Sales of all kinds conducted fjn reasonable-, terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the Wilson Furniture, 404 13th St.; North'..' Phone Residence 'Phone '685., Downtown office at the Lethbrldge- Wevnnrn Phone 1173.-. I PIANO PUPILS FOR 1401 7th Avenue Xoj-di. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and -Organ 20 years factory experience.1 Hon- ours Certificate SIT. Assa. England..' Reference "to'the leading musicians of the city. Phoao 11G8. J553 Gth Ave A South. UNDERTAKING T. S. pirecto; and Embalmer; :also-'aijent Tor-the Somervillo Marble -and Graiilto Works, of Calgary; 'Office Court Bouse. .Phone B61. Resi- dence 284 TUr.Avo. S. .Phono 1176. Onen day and night. S. Y. Director anfl Embalmer. 411 5th Street South; Phnnn isnz. nlg'it nr day. PRIVATE SCHOOL. KING brocU. C. Headmistress, MIss'jV. M. Cherrington; Boarding school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and P.ooUkeeping. Write for pros-' nmrfna.______ WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail All'varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue joint, mixed hay. upland hay, oat' hay and straw. Mixed carloads'a specialty. Storage for household goods, celltu- spare for Hyde.. and corner 2n'l Ave. and 12th St. S. P. O. Box I'i27. Phone 1244. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO well.Improv- ed farm lands. Alberta Loan .In- vestment Co., Alberfji.Loan Building, 5th Street South. Phone 1214. "ACCOUNTANT W. D. Instl- stitute of Chartered Accountants, ut England ar.d Wales, gnd .of the.In- tuto of Chartered Accountants tn Alberta. Acndia BMg.. LethbrWgo. THE 'REMINGTON TYPEWRITER co., LTD., FOR SERVICE We find the stenographer that 'suits the position. We find the position that suits the stenographer. Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (The complete machine.) Remington No. II. (Its convenience and simplicity Is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. (has the only Column Selector.) Monarcfl (wonderful for Its light shift and light touch.) Smith-Pnemler (The machine with a key for each character.) Remington-Junior a market and field of Its own.) THEM ALL-HAVE THE REMINGTON DURABILITY. Everything In Typewriter Supplies, PASSMORu, Building, Lethnrldge, Alberta, W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered' AoeountanU Winnipeg Lethbrldge Medicine Hat Accountancy In all Its Audit. visory, Systematizing, and. Invest, tlgatl-jns, Aeadla BuildlntJ, LethbrldBe Resident R. J. RITCHIE'. Chartered Accountant' __ ..t-'.'-' ;