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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST CHURCHILL DENIES STORY OF NAVAL BATTLE CONTINUED fROM FRCN'T_PAGB VUSTRIAN AMBASSADOR LEAVES ENGLAND GETS THIS WAD, Plymouth, En? Aug. 7 -The Hol- B BELGIANS CALLED OUT W'is Aug 6 -M. J St Petersburg Aug. Austro-Hungarian Ambassa Lcndrn There are also that ho man-reservists besides a quantity ot ,0 in gran aloard the rubantm mcais Ior paying TimLCRS SVFC IN their own way. r Bo-c 32 Her- aid. 'AUSTRIAN WARSHIP SAILS GERMAN CONSUL ARRESTED M German consul here was ar ing e Ljrcement toaav at the instance of the toms officials dec __ un- mlit'iy authorities. The charges whether they vvoi gamn'-ivM vessel Taurus after re- against him were not divulged ance pairing damage to her machinery, left GERMAN CONSUL LEAVES. 'PEG Winnipeg, Aug. Ruedt on Collenoerg, German consul h-re, Quebec, Ans 7 Allan liner 1S leaving for New lork for Sicilian, which put to sea last hours, and will be followed Sunday wita passengers for Glasgow, jater by his secretary, G JIaron The oarre hkw to Quebec -today A'tcr notite oa tbe door rj.' tbe former having gone into the open sea Cape Race, she fear of capture may not te permitted to sail row or Soitth m -ton in Biruch as TO room full 1 'he 'Plon-s to tiie British Naval -Re- tage on street car line, s r e After recci ing department jmre 134S 16th St N. v modern cot- cloee in. H3n- Phohe :334 or. g- her clear- at midnight. ALLAN LINER PLTS B GERMAN SPIES IN. CAN ADA Q-cx'vc, Auj. Two supposedly TO furnished bed- room In .on .cai line, near 12th St" Board mav be ar ranged Gentleman prpterred 1212 6th Ave S Apply s-ies were arrested todij Orleans, near the TO 'or two nicely fur- rooms, good location, rent rea- at sonable, use of pbone rAppli Bos 5 Station recently established there CANADIAN. MOBILIZATION. Vim Aug was re- perald. TO In modern house to 'rent, reasonable, newly decorated. 'Apply 313 6tli Ave. A South; Phon? 20 fpT OFFER OF HOSPITAL SHIP London, Aug. admiralty has scented the offer made by Da yd daughter of lit' Mar BfiFii Field, ot Chicago, who ,s the of Eear-Admral'Beatty. of her vaent; the Sheela, used as a hospital ship. -ftCEANIC NEARS ENGLAND Lizard Head, Aug. 7.r-The White Star 'liner Oceanic, which sailed from New York for Liverpool, August' 1, siiinsllsd 630 miles west of L zard at micinight. CABLE CUT here WHAT A NERVE Berlia via London, Aug.. .6. The Emperor has icsuod bn order to the' German army and "navy, in' which he says years of peace, -I call upon all Germans capable oi tearing arms. We have to defend our most sacred possessions in the fath- esland and homes against the reek- jess assault of enemies on all sides of us." ZEPPELIN BROUGHT DOWN Brussels, Aug. lost one of her biggest Zeppelin dirigibles! aiternoon. It was attempting to I pass over the fortifications London, Aug. cables ne'Ttln.; the Russian embassy 'with St. Petersburg this afternoon. While L-uc ,v not as yet been srt-tled; it is said designed ior air crait. that ths Germans have been cutting the Russian-English cables. to te started at. once. FUNDS FOR RED CROSS Chicago, IK., committee of seventy-five German-Americans meet here this-afternoon to formulate plans to raise one 'million dollars for the German Red Cross. OIL STEAMER PUTS BACK Philadelphia; by wireless, the German steamer Pan- noil, wh'.ch left here on July 27 with two million gallons of oil for Ger- many, returned to her dock today.' U.S. PRECAUTIONS 'O with hot and rater. For two gentlemen, close in. TO ye poking 4GaIt Garjens kitchen tiedrooni, living; ro6m; ''furnished or unfurnished. Apply Room 1 Kirk hiim Block, Phones 556 or 1030. 300-6 the Washington, D.C., Aug. emoasay l ceased working-Hstve P'ateau when tbe Belpan gun- merchant ships being converted for t-he cause range with a gun es- war purp0ses, or. carrying foreign re- h designed ior air crait. An j 8ervists in an organized will explosive shell crashed through t-he not pei-mitted to clear from ports of en'ieloie and the gas bag exploded United tales. 2nd the dirigible falling a crumpled imass, Ircr entire crew, believed to 26 mea, being killed. The on the Herve pla- port-to the effect that tie Germ'aV l8JU- mii troops operating on Belgian terri-: tress. GERMANY DENIES DEFEAT Berlin, Aug. London, number 26 mea, P. is announced that a re-: tory, had been compelled to retire, is unfounded. GERMAN ATTEMPT FAILS .via London, Aug. A force of Crerman Uhlans c-s brilliant Almost immediately after the Zep- pelin was wrecked, an aeroplane rose from the German position and at- tempted a flight over the Herve for- tificaticns in the direction of the YORKTON UP IN ARMS Yorkton, Saik., Aug. very en- thusiastic and largely attended meet- ing of citizens of Yorkton was held last night to consider the manifesto issued 1 Greek Catholic Church, calling on the Canadian Ukrainians to return to Aus- tria to fight for that country against courageous but fatal attempt to cap- H t down on them annihilated all. RUSS CAVALRY DEFEATED Berlin, Aug. Amsterdam and London, P. .force of Russian cavalry which tried to break through the German frontier guard, was repulsed today near Sol- ilau in East Prussia. Another Rus- sian .cavalry division also suffered losses. and is retiring in the vicinity of Neidenburg. cash, ?5 month- ly. Money to loan for building. This is'your opportunity. W. 11. Gillelan. TilirfJ Ave. R. FOR owner, choice half section 22-7-18, ten miles N.B. Stir- ling, 3% miles from Lethbridge-Wey- burn line. All fenced and level. 100 acres ploughed. Will sell at a sacri- fice. Send ine an oJfer. J. Daniel 1430 W Street, Washington, D. C. BOAKD AND ROOM FURNISHED central lo- cation and rates to suit all from MONUMENTS if you are considering the purchas- ng of a' monument, see MS before -ou decide. Best stock, beat de- signs and best prices. Lethbridge Monumental 3th St South. R. Needs, Manager. PRAYING OJ AllKmds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office- P. H. Freight OBIsi l 1163 I iblM t .1Di4 1' QBIsi Office Stiblli T. S. FETTEnLYT-Fuceral Dlrecto- and Embalmer; alBo'' agent for ths Somervllle Marble and Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phono fifiLi dence 284.7th Ave. 9. .Phone 1176. Open day and night. Director'and THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges aeccrdlng to the cir- cumstances of the. patient. Poor patients cared lor free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion 1414 7th Avenue South. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, SupervUor. (Miss) M, A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) J. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse. Steamship Ticket Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR TENDERS HAY. Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to August 15lh, 1814, for the aupply of about 275 tons ot first class, baled, Timothy Hay, delivered In hay sheds of the Qalt No., 3 and No.'G mines, as required. Tend- ers may to for the whole or any part of the .above quantity.. Lowest or any tender hot necessarily accepted. MJWIS STOCKBTT, Gen. Supt. Coal Mines D.N.K., Can. Pac, Ily., Calgary, FOB H good room with an modern conveniences, Etvam heat. tiaths p'unge. etc.. apply V. M. r.. A. BOARD AW con- veniences, per Apply 834 7th St. 3 the blue car, line, pair of glasses In case with W. J. Armstrong, name plnte. Finder return to 620 12th St. X. or Herald office. grey gelding brand- ed on Isft hip, on July 24, from Stafford village. 55 reward if return Alberta! 8- Swedish. Martin s Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steamer. Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers. French Line to Havre. White Star New Yorlc and Canad- ian service. Cunard Line, New York and Canad- ian service. Canadian Northern Royal Mail Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. North German Llovcl. Hamburg American and ail other Largest and Fastest Steamers; "heapaat fares, direct saillhg Ant aid Hamburg connections, Czer raonltz, Krakan and all other Contin ulal points Buy your tickets where you get our triln 3. B. MITCHELL, 0. P. R. Ticket Lelhbridge. 3. V. Embalmer. 411 Gth Street South, or day. PRIVATE SCHOOL KINQ EDWARD'S'. broclr. B. C.% Headmistress, Jflsg V. At. Clierringtor..' Boarding school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. '.Write for. pros- npctus. -138-r-B 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. Storago for household goods, etc., cetitir -Tir, corner 2nd Are. and 12th St S P n27: Phone 1244. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY :TO well Improv- ed farm lands. Alberta Loan In- vestment Co.. Alberta Loaiv Building. 1th Streat South. Phone W D of thd instl- stltute of Chartered Accountants tl Enfland and Wales, ntid of the In- tute of Chartered Accountants in Alborta Awdla Bldg.. Lethbridge. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO, LtD, FOR SERVICE We find the stenographer that suits the position. We find the position that the stenographer. Adtllng and Subtracting Typewriter (The complete macHne) Renilngton No. II. (Ita convenience and simplicity Is wonderful) Remlrulon No. 10. (bos the only Column Selector Monarch (wonderful for Ita light shift and light touch) Smith-Premier (The machine with a. key'.for Remington-Junior (Has a market and field of Ita own.) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON DURABILITY. Everything in Typewriter. Supplier A. J, PASSMORE, Building, Lethorldge, Alberta. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered Accountants Winnipeg Lethbridge Medicine Hal ail.Its branches Audit, Secretarial. Ad- visory, systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves-.. Liquidations. Acadla Building; Lethbrldga Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;