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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta IATUIHKY, AUGUST t, THE LCTHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PA'GE TUBBR LATEST ON WAR Ottawa, Out, Aug Royal Highness the Duchess o Connaught and Lady Borden are to Head a mass meeting of Ottawa women at Rldean Hall on Monday afternoon to ar ranee a fund for the equipment of a, BrlUih hospital ship. WHOLE FAMILY THEM CAMABIAN INLISTMENT 1 Ottawa, Ont, Aug. Co tmi morning the fo efflolal statement. The ne- erulllng 1w the special force is beln by laeal militia officers through out thai Dominion, and it is desire that Intending will no to Ottawa or trouble the later with letters' and All auoh are to b up and forwarded by the cap of muidtaf the reflimeMi. Application ehouid be made by Individ In all to- the local milltl mmmanding officer In their ow f t POST OFFICE ORDER OltaWa, Ont., Aug. deput the tem pvrary auepension in .Canada of th of menev on'Great'Br tain all European countries. Thi to fsot presen uitMMM Hhe rattan of exchange arc abnomnllvihlg Canadian If pKHdin the (HIM of monsy Ited Kingdom would with hwvy [Postmaster -Higinbotliam received buch ordeMlast night] RUSSIANS INVADE GERMANY London. Aug. hundred'thou kind Russian soldltrs, supported by orosasd frontier an day and Invaded Germany, according dlepatoh! received by the Stand ard from St. Petersburg corres- pondent. AUSTRIAN8 INVADE.: RUSSIA St. S (via London) the'flussla theAiRoumanian border to Way ana} Paris, 'Aug. Huntington, of lie.American' Oeographica SPOcletT, aneajila wife, arrested a by the Oerman police, and are iu prison spied. Mr. who es caped to Switzerland, telegrafha'd to laying that Kr. anAiMn. Runtlngton Jiad bean maltreated. Mr Hnntlhston Iheisatd, -was stripped'naked 'while tbe werev.searching- and' his was eub'jected to'insults and In- Wlgnities. Ambassador Herrlck telegraphed to (Washington lasttaigbt, and it Is assum- ed here the Senate'is taking ac- tion. London, Aug. Secretary of Agriculture, introduced a bill In the House of Commons today the government power to' all. foodstuffs, the bill passing through arl'lts etigeE. Ont, Aug. extra of :the. Canadian Gazette, was Issued this morning, containing a proclamation Starting ail Canadians and personi in .the Dominion that they imnat not, during the continuance of the war, contribute to or participate in the floating of anv loan raised on be- half-of the German Emperor or his of- ficers or In any manner assist the German government; Another proc- lamation-warns Canadians that they inuit discontinue trade with .Germany, 'and setting forth that in future coal must not be sent to any countries oth- er .than the United Kingdom, British the United States, France and Russia. Tbe .export of a long iist of articles to any countries other than Great Bri- tain It-prohibited. Arms of all kinds. powderarid eiptosiyes, projectiles, gone and military equipment, petro- leum, and. pack ani? mais, clothing and equipment of a mil- Itary character, articles of military eamp, equipment, harness, etc., are included. Belgrade, Aug. .London. The iteto tegiment.of Austrian artil- lery opened fire on the Servians at noon today nor Obrenovatz, on the '-to'the west of Belgrade. The Servian g'ins quickly. silenced tne AuBtrians, who-abandoned, two dam-" guns. Havre, Aug. of tour- ists arriving .including several .prominent tell shocking stor- SUPPORTS WILSON'S OFFER J. W. HaMMONDde. SCOTLAND, ONT., Aug. 25tb. 1913 "Fruit-a UVM" are the only pill nunufactured, to my way of thinking They completely, no griping .whatever, and .one is plenty tor any ordinary person at a dost My wife wasamartyrtoCoiistipfttioa. WctHed everything on the calendar without latisfaction, and spent large sums of money until we happened on "Frmt- I cannot say too much in tbeir favor. We have used then in the family for about two years and we would not use anything else as long as wi can get Their action is mild, and no distress at all. I have recommended them to many other people, and our whole family uses J W. HAMMOND. Thpiewbo have been cared by "Fruit. a-tives" are proud and bappy to tell a sick or ailing friend about these won- derfnl tablets made from fruit juices. 60c a box, 6 for 12 50, trial size 26c At all dealers or sent on receipt of1 price by Fruit-a-tives trailed, Ottawa. IBS of brutality by German soldiers and courtesy hy the French. Thei are most hitter concerping the treat- ment accorded the German soldiers The) state thev were forced to walk miles, cJ- the men carrying semi-paralvzed women They also charge that money and valuables were fouibly taken from them. Bellortj, France, Aug 8 The mayor of this city issued a proclamation to the ichabilants todav calling on hsm to treat German prisoners with respect and not lo display a hostile attitude toward them m spite of the reported eiecution by ,Gennans 01 a number of-Wlsalian youths who were endeavoring into France to oin the French army. ABSOLUTELY PURE ICE CREAM We make our own Ice Cream and UK. only the Highest Grade Cream and oilier materials. Nothing injurious used. Try it. BOYD'S CHOCOLATES Regular fiOc. Saturday spec- ial, per pound............40c Peari, per dozen .......25c TheQlympia Confectionery Under New Management. Crilt Broi, Prep. MAJESTIC THEATRE Mon. Aug. 17th Gala Opining of Staion WILLIAM ELLIOTT Prtitntf Extraordinary Comedy MRS. WILLIAMS' LONE SICKNESS Yields To Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. suffered for four- teen years from organic inflammation, isfemi emale weakness, pain and irregulari- ties, pains in. my sides were in- creased by walking or standing op my feet and I had inch awful bearing down feelings, wa> de- pressed In spirits and became thin and pale with eyea. I bad six doc- on .from wbom I received only tempo-' ary relief. I decided to give Lydia E. Vegetable Compound a fair trial and ajao the Sanative Wash. Ihavii bw used remedies for four months i APPLICATION OF LETHeWIDGe WHOLESALERS TURNED DOWN Ttmperance lorces m the city scot, ed anotbtr victory this morning when their protest against the trans- er ol the Wholesalers to North was sustained hv .he Board of License Commissionrre, who gave the lerdict "not recom mended." At the last meeting o! t-hc com- missioners here, the Lrt-hbridge Vhclesalets were given three months n which to -terminate tlieir business and the? sought a transfer to the >ther. side of the city Representatiies oi the Social Ser- vice League of shalled thsir forces at r this, morning, and placed before the commission a protest which was strongly supports by the Tounf People's Christian tTnion, .reptflsint-et by the president, C Marsh, of .'the riardieviHe '1'resbyterian church. Rev. H. Elmer Green, of the Fifth Avenue Baptist church, introduced bv Rev 4 C Brvan ol St Andres's Bhurch, laid the protest of the league before the commissioners. Rev. Green made a strong appeal on behalf of the temperance people and produced a petition signed twelve out .of the 18 residents nearest lo the proposed site, were 'against ths transfer This constitutes a Iftaal objection, and'the Bo.ard up- held the protest largely on. thtse grounds, although they did not scan favor the transfer in any'case' C. P. R. OBJECTS 'A BurprisB was sprung when H. W Church, oi ConyHeare, Church, McAr- thur and Davidson, arcsa to vc.ice the objection to thp tuansfer on.behalf.oi the Canadian Pacific. Mr. Church said that one of ihe greatest. efforts of the railway was to' aid in the insur- ance of safety and to this end they opposed and endeavored., lo prevent drinking while en duty or in suffici- ent quantity hclorc going on duty, to endanger the lives of those in whose hands they were placed, after toing en.duty. "As far as the .C.P. R. said Mr.. "ihe proposed location is the verv worst it could he; and we ly opposed to a wholesale house go- ing on -IMs spot." W. H. McLclland appeared for the applicents. Italy, Aug. S (rla'.Lon-. Wilton's offer of mediation .in the European conflict Is warmly received by the Italian government, and will tie heartily supported ihoold oppoftunlty offer for ap'piicatlon; If will be of any benefit my permission to publish. iem.'! Mrs. SADIB WILLLUEI, 455 ames Street, Elkhart, Indiana. Lydla'E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- from native rootaand herbs, ohtains no narcotic or harmful drngs, nd to-day holds the record of being tbe most successful remedy for female ills e know of, and thousands of voluntary estimoniala .on file Jn the Finkham boratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to rove this fact If yon have the "lightest doubt lat lydla E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ile Compound will help (confidential) for ad- vice. Your letter will be opened. answered by a, worn and held iu rtrict confldeii6e Itchinc and bumlnK.tluit I Mratched and nftde KTM and ny hatr earan out I