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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914 THE UAlLt HEKALO PAGE FIVE Breakfast, then: Dmnerf then: Supper, then: In other words: after every Whitens and preserves sweetens mouth and breath-- soothes the throat helps digestion. Every package tightly sealed. Look for the spear MADE IN CANADA. Wm. Wrigky Jr. Co, Ltd, 7 Scott Street, TORONTO P. Sure it's WRIGLEY'S. MILADI LATEST ON WAR Aug. was thought here "today "that "the Germans would have to begin a regular siege of Liege, and it was pointed out that their how- itzers wero too small to 'be efficacious against the heavy artillery of the Bel- gian forts. Military authorities''were of the-opinion that if the Belgians could hold out at Liege one of the de- cisive battles of the war might be fought there soon. New York, N.Y., Aug. of the Cunard line here anounced to- day that the -Slauretania had gone into Halifax under orders from the Bri- tish cruiser Essex. They stated that she would be held at Halifax to await instructions from the British Admir- alty. Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Munroe, of the 90th Jlegiment, has 'been notified '-that the council of 'the Dominion Rifle association has de- cided to .abandon the Jirize meet for this. year. It was to have been held in Ottawa in September. Many ves- terners had planned to attend. HOW TO STOP STOMACH TORMENT Sound Advice From A Weil-Known Physician. Men and women who suffer from what they Dyspepsia, Indigestion or just plain "stomach-trouble" us- ually seek regular relief in the form of some pepsin pill or tablet, or other artificial digestant. This, experience teaches me, Is a serious error. In nine out of ten, the distress is caused by the development of acids in the by the ferment- ing of the food. Instead of a digest- ant being reauired, something should be taken to dissolve or neutralize this when normal digestion will follow as a matter of course. This acid matter is distinctly poisonous and unless-Jt is dissolved, digestion, merely carries the mass of ferment- ing food from tile stomach to the in- testines, where its poison is absorbed by the blood and carried all over the body. If all, the great army of people who suffer after nearly every meal would make It a point to take a teaspoonful of Bisuratcd Magnesia In a quarter, glass of water after each meal, thers would bo no..formatiou of acidity and consequently no distress or discom- fort.. Sour, greasy stomach, Iteartburn, belching, etc., wluld then -be a thing of-the past. Magnesia" is a physician's proscription. It Is Inexpensive can bo obtained at .any dn% stcre. It Is prepared -for just such trouble and tlio best proof of Its efficiency is that it will stop fhe sharpest, biting, s'tom- kch distress minutes from the time it ontorrtliq by nlssolvlng the acids that have been formed tlicro. Its action Is absolutc- Washington, B.C.; Aug. 6.-f-To pro- tect the neutrality .of .American ports and prohibit shipments of munitions of war, Secretary Daniels "today ordered the battleship Florida vllle to watch tho .port New York, the Mayflower to proceed to Hampton Roads, a number of destroyers to guard sorts along the New England coats, and those at Lewes, Delaware, to prevent violations of the neutrality at that territory. Any vessel attempting 'to sail for a belligerent port without clearance pa- pers will be boarded oy American of- ficials. The Texas and Louisiana at Vera Cruz, and the Minnesota at Tampico have been ordered to New York, and Secretary announced the oth- er American .vessels would be ordered north as fast as room could be found for them at navy yards docks. The presence Close to'the American coast of warships', of the warring Eu- ropean nations prepared to descend upon and eapture'the-inercbaht'ves- scls of their opposing belligerents was shown today .in- news of great.Atlantic liners arriving at and by reports by wireless of the warships' activities. The fast Cunard liner. Mauretania, with five hundred passengers from Liverpool, and {the-, White Star liner Cedric from today raced into the Canadian port, presumably to escape pursuit by two German cruisers believed to be.hovering in the vicinity of the Grand Banks for just such prizes. cruisers, intone re- port which came to the British' .'consul- ite at New York from the.captain of an sunk by Bri- tish warships, wliile pusulng the bus- Itania the report could not be confirmed. The air along the -whole Atlantic coast is full, of wireless .messages, causing a confusion out of .which it las been impossible for ship's or shore stations to gain information that can be reliecl upon. .It-'wasout.of this con- piston that the report came that the German been sunk, and was picked lip'by the wireless operator of the steamer whose ca-p- :ain it was thit'roade the report to the irltish Aug.. despatch to the Lond.-n 'Dirily Mail from Tien Tsin says lliit" the Russian' cruiser Askoiti and ''the German cruiser Eld- tn both have-hem- sunk .alter airon- Aug.. British ad- iifjlty announced today that the f tojiir-rs. Iceland; and.. Eider, Irqm ii mcrhiivehVjreiiortod tliat ihe North German, Lloycl' .llnnr Kaiser Wilhelm Qrosse .'lias been painted black and converted .into an with guns acil-a 'searchlights' EMBASSY nnunvsd charge of Gerninn In the AUG. TRIA.HUNGARY THIS EVENING DECLARED WAR ON RUSSIA. Iff FEU FfllEOFSSTEAB Montreal, Que., Aug. Allan liner Sicilian, which sailed from Mou- treal for London last Sunday morning, has abandoned the attempt'and-is re- turning to Quebec, Somewhere in the region of Cape Race, she changed her course and turned back in the Gulf. Five liners sailed from Montreal the. day 'before left Nothing lias been heard of them since.' 'The Megantie Is on the 'way to Liverpool; ;he Grampian and the Athenia to [lasgow; the Manchester Corporation to Manchester, and the Lake Manitoba ;o Liverpool. FOREIGNERS WANT TO ENLIST WITH FRENCH Paris, Aug.. dffers foreigners to, enlist-in !orces have been, received by-.the au- ;horitiea here; UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA WINNIPEG offers a course the de- gree'of Doctor of Medicine, with facilities, for, clinical work in, con- nection with Winnipeg General Hospital-that .are surpassed in ,fow medical..schools on the continent; and'courses leading to degrees iu CIVIL, ELECTRICAL AND ME- CHANICAL .ENGINEERING rAND ARCHITECTURE ARTS, SCIENCE, LAW AND PHARMACY For aa? to admission, courses, lees, etc., applj to W. J, 8PENCF, REGISTRAR, Unlvcrtlty of Manitoba, Wlnplpflq. "Mr. and Mxs. A. II. McGufte and daughter, Lois, have returned from i aii extended visit in Eastern On- tario, jiml New York. Miss Inez Mc- Guire will rcmaiii east during tho summer holidays. The engagement has been announc- ed in New .York of Miss Constance, Bucl, daughter of Clarice C. j to Jlr. Vivian Burnett, son Mrs. Frances Hodgson Hurnott, and the bri.inal of "Little Lord Faun'tlc-i roy." The wedding will take place in September. RUSSELL-DICK j A quiet wedding was solemnized by Rev. A. G. Caraei'ofl at the Mckillop Manse yesterday aftornoon, when Miss Jane Jordan Dick became the bride of Mr. Alexander Russell, j loth of Pincher Creek. j j After a few days iii tho city Mr. j and Mrs. Russell will reside at Pinch- er wharo groom is a pros- perous rancher. Mr. and Mrs. J. Livingstone and daughter have gone on a trip to east- ern points. Miss Gladys Ott has returned from a visit in the east. Mr. and Mrs. A. McCorvie have re- turned from the AVaterton Lakes, where they were holidaying. Mr. Lloyd Moprehouse of 'Medicine Hat has gone to Champion, Alta. "Rev. A. G. Cameron went to Pinch-, er this afternoon t6 conduct-prepara- tory. and baptismal '-service for the Rev.'Hillis Wright. Mr. Cameron will return tomorro'w night: Mies Pearl French of Kerrobert is the guest of Mrs. Helwig for a time. f Miss Marjorie Rome 'at Victoria who was the guest of Miss Phoebe San- ders has left for Al- bertan. A very largo gathering of friends of all nationalities was" at the central sta- tion on Wednesday evening to-bid M. de Clerval, the French Consul, and Madame de Clerval, farewell, oa their' leaving for France. de Clerval will enter the service ranks of the French army, while de Clerval will remain with either of her husband or of .her fatjier, the Marquis de Roussey de "Alber- tan. Mrs. Dosse and Miss Erma Dosse to visits Miss Daisy Mac- D.riald, of then on to Fl'ana and a couple of weeks. Miss .Ruston, who has been a guest wilh Mrs. A., I leaves Lenvere, Sask.! Mrs. Hoi jrook "entertained a few j friends ;t Ili3 tea -hdur yest-erday in honor of her guest. Mr. and Mrs. W. A': Anderson, Hunt'ngdcn, Quebec, and Mrs. W. R., Anderson and sen, Stewart, of Mpdi- cine Hat, are guests with Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClenaghan. Mr. McKean of Natal, B.C., la visit- ing Mr. Rosenroll of tlie Imperial Bank staff. Mrs. R. T. Brymnerand children left today for Cranbrook. Mr. Brymner leaves on Saturday to join Mrs. Brym- ner, when they will proceed to the coast. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS That make this store the popular shopping place for Thrifty People Smart Foot Toggery at You should buy your boys Week-end prices Furnishings Tomorrow Box Calf Blushers for-fooya, a neat and attract- ive style, good quality. Sixes 1 to 5 OQ Regular Men's Tan, Gunmetal and Patent Oxfords, 25 this final CO Cfl Regular 55.50 lines................. 9C..3U The popular Tan Kid Boots for children, in button style. Sizes 1 to 314. Regular lines clearing at......... Bloomer styles in Boys' Pants, neat dark designs, cut from hard wearing fab- rics, all sizes 22 to 33. Regular Boys' Shirts on sale, Black Sateen, also Blue and Khaki Drill; all sizes in the lot. Re- J gular 75c and ?1.00. Sale price Boys' Wash Suits in great variety of color and design. These suits are values all the CAA way to for........................... 9UC 59c Home Furnishings Priced for the Week-End Pretty White Lacs Door Panels Ivory Bungalow Net, just per yard 22c LINO REMNANTS Just Price THREE FILTERS Just y2 Price White Dotted Swiss Muslin, per yard JUST 2 BICYCLES To clear at Values in Whiteweargrow better and better Ladies' White Blouses in handsome- Crepes, Lawns and Dimities. The styles are sleeves, with low necks. Just 30 in all, every OCn size. Regular to 51.50 .................WWW Ladies' Corset Covers, prettily trimmed with embroideries and laces; material Is fine, soft imported Cambric. The regular value is 50c. The sale price is................. Children's White Lawn Dresses in sizes 1, 2, 3. Mother Hubbard and French styles, baby puffed sleeves, low necks, all daintily trimmed with lace and embroidery." Regular }2.BO lines............................ 996 Silk Fringe Hair Nets, blond, light, medium and dark brown. Larger size with elastic 15 15c Low Prices Reign Supreme in the Dry Goods Department Enamelled Beauty Pius, -Brooches, Stick Pins, Lace Pins, Ribbon Pins and Veil Ping Values to 50c Soapj Colgate's Specials -Perfumes, Shaving Stick, Powder or Cream. Also OoM and Dental' Creams 2 for 'Boys' 2. and 1 Ribbed Heavy Hercules Hos'o. Sizes 7 .to 10, dtt black 1 Regular 25o- Per pair J 3C 'Ladies'! Balbrlggan Hosiery, sizes to 10, In 'bla'cfc only. Natural color ii 'Regular 25c. 'Per pair JLJLC, Groceries for the Week-end-Sharp Savings Black Berries 3 boxes for Greengages 2 tins for Gallon Apples Per tin........ 25c 25c 27c Breakfast -Bacon Sliced, per pound! Breakfast Bacon Inside, per pound Hams, boned, Sliced, per pound 25ft ,22ic 26c Panlin'a Sodaa i Per Best Seam Rice, 4 pounds for Rob R'oy Cigars, 4 for 206 25c 25c Special Offer-No C.O.D. or Telephone Orders Taken Don't Miss This ii any purchase of Groceries amounting to will sell one'sack of Best Sugar, for UNEXCELLED SERVICE IN OUR TEA BREAKFAST PROM 8 TO 10. DINNER FROM 12 AFTERNOON TEAS. Jfrs. W. J. Armstrong, "who lias been on an extended visit in Vancou- ver, will visit in Reveistoke en route home, and will probably arrive the end of next week. Little Bobbie, who had iiis elbow sprained some time ago, has recovered the use of his arm. Mrs. Willougliby Cummings, cor- responding secretary of the National Council of Women, expects to be in Calgary about September 21, and will spend September '24 in Edmonton. While in Calgary Mrs. Willoughby Cummings will meet and confer with the local officer of the council. Sir Robert Borden has Bent an ex- pression of appreciation of the offer of the Canadian National, association of Graduate Nurses, who have offer- ed to form a field force to accom- pany ;the Canadian contingents. Mr. and Mrs. Ott, and .their guest, Mrs. David Donald; are returning from the mountains .on Friday. and Mrs. J. M.. Henderson have returned from a vacation spent at the Waterton Lakes. Clubs and Societies The Flower Guild will visit the Salt Hospital tomorrow at three o'clock, when donations, of garden blossoms will be gratefully received. c Wesley Ladies Aid held a. splendid meeting yesterday, with Mrs. Hufner presiding, in the absence of. the presi- dent. Miss Cobbledick rendered a pleasing: Instrumental number; and Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Baer and. Mrs. Hicks acted'as uostesgsi: The Central W.C.T.U. Intend'con- ducting a pantry: sale lit the market tomorrow, The Christian church a delightful picnic art- livei yesterday afterfcoon, and tha aarge number present certainly en- joyed a- splendidly good time. A1 sumptuc'js picnic supper was served at') six o'clock, after which games and races were enjoyed, -and .prizes awarded. The committee. are to be congratulated on the success of the affair, and they desire to thank all who in any way assisted. E CO. The Ladies' Store Phone453 AcadiaBlk. FIFTH ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY SALE Friday and Saturday will be Two Days of the utmost import ance to the thrifty women of this city. Ifs an event that comes but once a year, but many will remember the excep- tional savings gained in our previous anniversary sales and hasten to profit by this anuouncement for Friday and Saturday. 171ft SPECIALLY PURCHASE I I 2W ED PETTICOATS I Regular J3.50 Values CORSET SALE Worth up to Particularly good fitting models collected into one-liig lot for-a week end clean up. Sizes 18 to 26. WASH GOODS Worth up to Sue Crepes, Voiles and Suitings In a collection of Borne of the .best ma- terials of tho season. All colors. DOLLY VARDEN CREPES Worth up to 35c These' are all brand new designs jiist to hand this week by express, be- ing a specially purchased lot, -bought at a -price away below regular. Nov- elty white grounds with neat floral designs so popular this season, wond- erfully, cheap at tills FridaySaturday price. SILK LISLE HOSE Worth up to 60c Extra good' (lunmies, splendid weisM; very .stress thread and splendid to wear. White, Black and Tan. All sizes: 35c 35c 22 ic ALL SUNSHADES 1 Off At................... "3 New Dome and Bell Shapes as well as all regular shapes going at the tame rate of reduction. Made of spleSidld Duality Satin in colors Nell Rose .Paddy, Hello, Tan, Navy and Black, cut fairly narrow, in body with straight hanging accordlan pleated 12-Inch flounce. Wonderful valae at the Friday-Saturday bargain price. LONG LISLE GLOVES Regular BOc and 60c Tans, greys, naturals and blacks In-.Silk-.-Lisle, and Chamolsuede, wonderfully cheap at Friday-Satur- day's price. HOSIERY SALE Worth up to 45c C3C A splendid collection of LIsles aiid' Fine Cottons, noted for their i wearing abilities; shown in black, "tan and novelty colors. New Coats BY JUST TO HAND EXPRESS Just received this week a shipment of the new Fall Coats, and they are now on dis- play for the flrst time in our show rooms, and the East Window. We would bo glad to show you through the collection to give you a. ccrrsct Idea the beat ityles for fall, and In case you >ee what tultt your fancy It Is a good lime to make a .choice and have It re- till you art ready for It. i ;