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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I i SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 19tj PAGE EIGHT To the Citizens ofLethbridge and Consumers of The Herald stated that "the price of flour had risen 50c per barrel and that tlic pwee t-i bread would have followed etc this had tiie BAKERS BEEN ORGANIZED." The real reason why bread lias not advanced %et is 'because flour has not advanced enough to warrant an ins-ease in the price of bread. We have been in business in this city now for four years, and we have always tried to give the public a square deal. It is our intention to continue that DURING THE PRESENT EMERGENCY as well as when the emergency is over. We cannot promise you that the price of bread will remain Ore same as now, but we can, and do, promise you that the price of bread will never be higher than the cost of our supplies wairant We can only do business as long as we have the good- will of the Citizens of Lethbritlge, and it is not our m tention to do anything to forfeit that goodwill. I would like to draw the attention of the Citizens of Lethbridge to the following fact, tht Cit% of Lethbridge is the only city in Western Canada whpie bread is only 5 cents per loaf, and this city had th it dis Unction for nearly two years now. WAR BULLETIN Berlin (via AUE> 7, 11.46 nussian cavalry brigade this 'morning atiacted. the German troops near So'.duu In East Prussia. The at- tack was repulsed with considerable losses. Russian cavalry on Thursday at- tached thy town'of Kibarty, near Wir- balien. in the government of SuivftUti 1 .ussiau Poland, Stockholm, vin London; Aug. S, S.04 i m IB c-u t lin ot i svhco ler v Inch has arrived here from Llban, ilcd ii o i ti o i j5 i TT pu i o u t i report t h v in ti t o IiLau tu Gt. 111.11 fleet ind that tie b-idl dmm 11 uf still 1 Idng o t He uo uai o c on thi Ai tha torts tie _t Fn'md tie D nne I h MII-, been blown up M aud U si n trooi Steainsni) between Sweden and Finland has been restored JOHN GIL! The Baker of CHURCH SERVICES London, Aug. dispatch to the e Co from Hrus savs, that i diu ion o German nhicn lad succeeded in fold i_2 to he north ot Liege Mas cm prised and annUii' ated b% Belgian taiilrv and miantn sjpported M i biuuv of llglt aitil lery. The German rout was complete Seven German regiments surrendered. Ma London Aug Minister of War lias v.o-d that fighting has occurred between trench and Ge mans m, Belgium and Luxembourg. St Petersburg via London Aug S 410 goieminent has pub lisbed the official. papers in- connec- tion with the negotiations between Russia and Germany, preceding the war Hi stated that rhev show s pacitic intentions to the and fix. complete responsibilitv for v. ar on German} London Aug SO dispitch Xrom Bmssels states that i rains are SB 6.1ms the !ts tnbutalies and "o letaidmg the German advance. President 'Poincare of France Has telegraphed King Albert'compliment- him on the bravery displayed by the Belgian troops In the battles with tho Germans at Liege. London, Aug. S, 5 latest dispatches from Brussels Indicate that the armistice of-twenty hoiirs asked DESK'WORK EXACTS PENALTIES Livemd BoweU clow down. them up with TAKE ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS D The Best Tonic for Sick Nerves You may not be strong jOr suffrage can you imagine women getting tie 'world into a mess like I by" the Germans has been refused by the Belgians. London, Aug. S, S to late dispatches this morning Quite an important, engagement; between the French and Germans occurred ia Belgian' Luxembourg. The Etoile Beige of Brussels learns from an official source that no deci- sion has been reached on the question of an armistice at Liege, an engage- ment having begun elsewhere. AUGUSTINE BIRRELL Whose resignation is being demanc ed by the Irish Nationalists. (i WAKTED-EY REFIXKD ELDEKLV employncr-t -or '.'.if hours dsily, ir scwir.s; good Boi I6 PKGUSH WOMAN', WITH CHILD. DE- sirts po'iuon 10 SSf J2i, E? o" The above trom recent issues of. a Toronto newa- paper, tell the story ot. the neartbreakmg position in which many widows are placed'unexpectedly. Snatched away in the prime of husbands had -thought to-morrow would be time snotigh to to-morrow never came. Will your wife come to this, or will you provide for her while there is yet time? An Imperial .Home Probation policy is the solution. Ask for particulars. THE, IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B., District Manager, Brussels, Aug. S (via Albert appealed to France for aid in repulsing the Germans, according to the Exchange Telegraph Co. The King, in a message to President Poin- care, thanked him for his promptness in responding to the Belgian appeal. President Poincare responded that the troops were proud to second the Belgians. He also, In recognition of its uallant defence, conferred the Cross of the Legion of Honor on the city of Liege. 7 (via London, 7 The Italian Consulate here has is sued a call for the reservists of 1SSO and 1800 of all classes. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE P1BS1 UiUKOr. OP CHRIST Bank block Sor tico at eleven a m ev- ening: testimony meeting, 8.00 p.m. The reading.' room is open to one every day from live p.m. Everyone is: cordially Invited to at- tend: ROMAN CATHOLIC ST PATRICK? A. H 'liOEenthi1 pistor Rev P Mini wegeu, Cliildiens Mass 9 High I'lss 11 i !n Sundiv kJioo! a p m Luii'nf, crucs 730 p.m. Sermon at each service. ARMY Services arc. lieltl at the Citadel, Pitta street.'as follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and Salvation meeting W net n gli s Moi 1 n S p ni publl meeting led bj si trr V S p.m.. Soldiers' meeting; Thutsdin 8 lun., Salvation meeting. Citadel hauii in attendance: Saturday, S p.m., free and eisy CHBtSTADEl-PHIANS CHRIST VDELPHI V b Meet in til" Calenonun Hill il iolltn -t S p DWe tla s it p m o cunmemoritc the Lord's; death, anil at 7.30 p. ;in: tn prpcliim thr t dings of the Kingdom of God." Subject, "Human Governments Doomed: Tlieir Over" throw a matter of Divine Revelation: 4 Universal Dinmre in the Bauds of Chnst bj Mr Sjdne> Batsford All free. No collection. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OP ..EbUS CHRIST OP UTTER DAY SVIMS -S O E Hall 10th St S near Y M C A. 10.30 a.m.. Sunday school; 2 p.m. oarrvnest meeting alwan Bishop Geo Green, 1016 5 cond S Phoi e 1403 LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S F1KST LUTHERAN n Ue and fif- teenth St C Grant minister Sundij August n No senlce at 11 a m and English sen ice at 7 30 pm Sundav school 3 pm Wed meeting aud re- hearsal. August 9 there will be German service at the Parsonage, 710 Sixteenth street North Rev. H. J. Blling, pastor. The Lord's bupper will be in this ser vice. Coufessionalservice at 10.30 a, m.; main service at 11.00 a.m. AI! German people are welcomed, and in to attend ths service. The minister will leave the city on 10 to attend the conference a Stony Plain, Alta., and will not re urn "home until August 25. ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Avc. and Eighth. St Rev. Canon rector Matins 11 a.m.. Holy Communion cy ery Sunday morninjg at 8 a.m. am at the eleven o'clock service on tho Srst Sunday of Evensong 7 30 c.n-. Sunday school 10 a.m. MARY'S CHURCH-llev. C H. Popham, rector. Holy Communion 8 a-m" and Choral'Eucharist on th first Sunday of the' month at eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun day school 3 p. Evensong 7.30 p 'ST. CYPRIAN'S Jighth avenue and Eleventh stree South. Rev. Canon JIcMillen, rector Matins, 11 a.m.: Evensong, 7.30 fc.m Sunday school at 3 p.m. Junior Boys Bible class anS. Junior Girls' BiK class (fourteen y'sars and upwards and Adult Bible class at 3 p.m., th latter in the Parish hall. Holy com munion on the first and third SunSn of the month at 8.30 a.m., and ..on tli second and fourth .Sundays at th 11 o'clock service. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN' CHURCH Come Third avenue and Eighth street; Rev J; B. Pickel, pastor. Sunday scho at 10.30 a.m. services' a 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Christian En deavor at 0.30 B.m. HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT IN TWO CITIES OF EUROPE'S Shanghai, Aug. Russian warsh'fs.havc captured the German mf-rclnntman Sabine Kickmcrs, at tie n.outh of '.he Amur river. The Deitc Kickmcrs, another German cscitinj run Hcnising, arrived, here saicly tushy ami ioanrt shelter an island. On the voyage here she sMit.-d a British cruiK-r and forili- v.'ith'.run u? a British flag, stite-j issut-d says that German i placed on walls; in tte Vic ami J.Iovcnvic A1-: -Lorraine, prove the French con-1 'f'nlii-n that thv llus promc-diUt-1 cii i.'ii the part of Ojtmany. I Paris, S. service: i'ror.i Saint to C.'olnn 'Bordeaux to A.'rica ami from Jlar-j ssillcs to various poif.ts has sus- pendcri. Ft. Pclcrsburg, Aug. Lon- Austrian merchant steam- er Stella lias teen captured by fius- sijn vvaishil s. London, Aug. Times today c litnrially expresses the profound sni station th'e British people at j the "Evidence, which the says it-finds Jhat the caiise'for which they arc righting lias the sympathy ot American kinsmen. Thr Times ailds that tho American I'coplc "arc now beginning to appre- ciate that tlic rise ot Germany to the power ;mrl inllvUncc hitherto cn- O'.e.l by Great Britain would he a tie olocmcnt inimical to American in- ter sts und a to the freedom nf l-e United States as a world liUWCC. vigorous strength of now ripening must be largely wasted. It ib a well known to food specialists that the heattoi the wheat is milled out when made into floiir. The food elements contained m the the gluten end tie mineial salts .ue gone. They would muscle, neive, biam, bone anclttoth but they wou'd mar the boautilul whiteness of tho flour, so they are left out' "FORGE" uses the whole wheat-the richest, t that money tan cooked y> ith ut fl l-tl bikeil fnil toisted p'easmg food ot and the best way to eat tho wlole wheat sTbE H-0 Gompony, HanHitM. and sold by good Sroccrs sverjwhere BAPTIST Is. Because You Will LiKe It. FIRST BAPTIST David Ross, pastor. Rev: Mr. Hunter, )f Blairmore, will preach at both ser- ;ices, 11. a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday ichool and adult Bible class at close morninc service. FIFTH AVENUE Elmer Green, pr.slor. Morning ibject, "Domestif. Pylnlity." Ruth Cleaning. This is the second of four j jhaplers which will lift studied at the j- moraine services in tlic month of lust on "The Beautiful Story qf Ruth." I At and Rumors of Wars." 3 p.m., Suntiay school and Bible class. Good Einping. PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREW'S A. iC. Bryan, minister. Son-ices 11 a.m.J, 7.30 p.m. Morning su Heave'ily Rocoi'd." Evening, War Devil." Sunday school at ar.d 3.15 p.m. Al'i arc welcome. KXOX Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services, 11 a. in, and 7.30 p.m. Homing subject, Tho Peacemakers." Evening, "The Unity ot the Nations." Boys' depart- ment of.the Sunday meet at 30 a.m.. All other departments at 12 noon. Chinese class at 4 p.m. Strangers and visitors always wel- come. METHODIST WESTMINSTER J B. Francis, pastor. Class meeting at JO a.m. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Mr, Westcott will speak in tho Bisraiss on "The Barren Fig Tree, or Banish..the Bar." Children's topic, "Weeds." Evening, "Business Part- nership with tho King-" WESLEY .O. II. Cobbledlclt, pastor. Residence, 320 Eleventh street., 'phono ,40-1. Rev. Mr. Cotirtlcc, of Kane, Pa., will preach at services. Morning nubject, "The Supremo. Wisdom." Evening, ".losus and the Impossible." Special music by the choir. All BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall. 418 Thirteenth street. North asBem'ble on the Lord's Day for the breaking of bread at 11 a.m. Gospel Bible readies, preaching at :7.30 p.m. Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL MEETINGS PENTECOSTAL- the lio'r.e oi Jlr. Simmonett, EighlKiith (bchvccn 1st a 2nd avenues. Sunday morning 10.30, Remembering -the Lord's Death; Sunday'evening, .7.30J. Gospel meeting; Tuesday evening, 8 Piin.. Gospel meeting; Thursday evening. 8p.m., Special waiting "upon-.God. for the baptism ot the Holy.Gh.ost. Como and drink ot tho water ot.llfe freely. "For the Promiso'is unto you ana your children, and to all that are afar your clllluitiii, uuu i" 12G off, oven as many as the.Lord, our and siia" The most healthful spirit able and the very Vest stimulant for general-USB. As a' up tonic and digestive, Wolfe s Schnapps is.; always; exercising the most beneficial ef- feet upon the liver, kid- ney sand other organs. Distributors THE HUDSON'S BAY Company ;