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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, THE CEffHnniDGE D'ATLY FIVE Free As long .as the supply lasts we will give to every man who fills out ahcl returns the coupon below, a handy pocket map of Europe. This rnap shows all points mentioned in daily war news. Call or write for a copy to-day. flame ..Age Cfcmpaiion Married or THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. VUe, District Manager, Ldhtmdge Will Recruit Ex-Police- men Who Have Mai'- Wilson to Buy Horses Married men will fce accepted, in the s of tlic R.N.W.M.P., and wives will either tc given, quar- ters or a separation nllowance, dur- ing (he term oi thsir husband's en- listment, is one year. This information was received to- day Ly Superintendent Wilson, Offic- er "K" Division of the j Mounted Pulicc, following the oilier i re'.ei ed en Monday to recruit 5iiO ex-mf m ers ot tlia force. Several old mem.firs already joinid lh? lam- o s-Loay of red-coats, anil it is p.cUd that many more will be added now that married men tc ac- ccj-tcd. I Ccl.nel Wilscn has teen appointed for thii entire west, and buy all of the 500 horses needed for additional "men. Tlic re Liiircnicnts will be advertised just F.S soon as the word is feeaivcd from Robins. Colonel Wilson rivil! select re- mounts at the following points on Vhe dates" iiamed'- Swift Current; Au- gust lifch, Maple Creek Letli- 19th, Macleod' Riv- er 21st, CalgaJy 22, Brooks 24Lh.and Medicine Hat the 25th. Gcldingd ou- i ly will tc accepted. Ottawa, Aug. 12. In. connection j Minister ct Finance, at- one with the stateimnt that arnrngcmcnt o'clock today matlc Uie lullowring, for- lias hc'cn'made'lo facilitate the sliip- j mal statement: mint oi Canadian yraducii and.oLhtrl "The. Miuist-sr has been jtommc'ditics to England, Hou. W. T.! to receive and hold gold at Ottawa for tlie Bank of Depositors must in connec- The War Today At a Glance London, Aug. today may be summed up thus: A Dutch dispatch Bays that terrific cannonading was heard this morning The Price She Paid for Lydia E.Pinkham'sVegetableCom- pound Which Brought Good Health. Danville, Va. I have only spent ten dollars on your and J .feel. sp much better than I did when the doctor was treating me. I don't suffer any bearing doyrn paina at all now and I sleep well. I cannot say enough for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound nn'd Liver Pills as they Iiavo.donc co much forme. I am enjoy- tion with each; deposit'state, name otifrom.the direction gf, north I'Fis'.n and to whom proceeds "-'one. It was reported yesterday to tc paid in London." '-BRITISH SHIPPING SECURE New York, Aiig. wcstei Atlantic Oceih is clear for in the area as that two divisions of Gorman cavalry, with artillery, had arrived thire. Belgium today was again t lie] scene of outpoat righting between. the'-Bel- n is..clear lor shipping French, The German Liege laricording to annouiicement made by Admiral Sir Christopher Cradock, of; the British cruUer SuIYolk through Ihe British consulate- here today: The Suffolk is now nof Irom. New York City.' The consul went on to say denies the IOEB ..of men In Ills effort to take the .forls there. -He they will be taken: without loaa of a man as soon as the German heavy artillery arrives. -He asserts that "the numerically there was little more German crafti ing good health now and owe it all to your remedies. I take pleasure in tell- ing my friends and neighboro about them. ".-Mrs. MATTIB HALEY, 601 Col- quhone Street, Danville, Va. No woman Euffering" from any form of female troubles should lose hope un- til eha lias given Lydia E. Finkham'fl VegotublB Compound a fair trial. This, famous remedy, tie -medicinal ingredients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for forty years proved to be a moflt.valua- Lle .tonic and invigorntor of the fe- male organism. Women everywhere bear willing testimony to .the wonderful virtue :Ci. Lydia- E. Pinkham's Vegeta-. ble Compound. l-rere live British warships in ours' ,He the western Atlantic and that .their ]the assaults the Em- patro! was so effective that all orders needless sacri- ish shipping had been assured 1 On the DUbjecl of Llega, the'French Foreign minister declares al! rounding forte intact, and that: inly a email force of Germans entered1 the town itself under cover- of da'rkn-sss. It has been pointed out' 'previously that the defect of the'Liege fo'rtis was the inability to see one" fort from th.; next, although the fire of their guns crosses. A BrusselG dispatch says the bulk of the German army IB leaving Liege and advancing towards the French Canada's Army Now Enlisted; Sail Next Week Ottawa, Ont., AUE- The re- cruiting 'for Canada's first overseas expeditionary force, which in expect- ed, to sijil Irom Quebec towards the end of next definitely closes at .stations jn Canada. Thc-'-rtepartmcnt docs not 1'now exactly how many residents Dominion 'have put their names') down dii 'the lists, as dc4 reports will not commence pome in from all recruiting, points'- until tflmorrowV Ifc ia -known'., frontier through the heart of Belgium. The French foreign, minister de- acrlbed the French position In Alaace ae good, as the troops occupied the crests and passes of the Voagea Mountains. MiMtary experts studying the poal- flons of the opposing army may, It [s pointed out, possibly., have been said to have beep ever, that more have enlisted tlian will he required to'make Aisne' vvhlch thcy ive that IfyoU'liavetlibsIlgliteBt doulji up the twenty-live thousand 'men lliat Lydia E. Pinkhnm'a which'it is proposed to assemble at folcCorapoimtlwllihelpyou.wrLto Vnl Carticr. Of this niimnet only to Lydia E.PinkJiamMerlicineCo. ooa will One mad out or nve will lie eliminated, ns the vice. Your luttonrill bo opened, read and answered a vtoiuim, and bold in strict coufldencc. of target practice, and the other tcsls to lie held at the train- ing -camps. COFFEE and BAKING POWDER You :iro Invited to try Blno Ribbon puro food ontlroly at our rlslt, We guarantee them to. be absolutely puro and to glvo every fliitUfuctlon. K you aro disappointed In any .way bring ('back (o tho Htoro nnd have your money refunded French border. greeted on .the river the ie, well inside the ere Is also a Email stream called Aisne running Into the Ourthe at Bomal, below Liege, and this may be the one mentioned, as It ,would thus form an extension oi the defensive works thrown up Girmans after they encountered- Bel- gian opposition at Llcge. Belgium expects an attempt by Ger- many to cross Dutch territory, and has requested Holland to Inten- tions regarding the resistance to a breach of her-neutrality. Sveaborg, the great Russian fort- ress. In Finland, awaits a bombardment or a battle, as the commander has or- dered all civilians to leave th-sref and also Helslngfors. Paris reports Montenegrin troops occupying Taraboach, overlooking Scutari, Albania, where severe flght- ng occurred between Montenegrins and Turks during the Balkan war. Could take It moistens the mouth, Bootbes the throat, sweetens breath, hclpa appetite and digestion. Buy it by the box and have it always on hand when you want Every package sealed to his every package is now wrapped in waxed paper and sealed, to keep out all dampness, as well as all impurities! Each piece, too, is folded in a waxed wrapper. All the original goodness, the spicy mint flavor, is doubly protected and preserved It comes to you as fresh and clean as when made. Five big sticks of this most delicious, long-lasting, beneficial confection for five BIGGEST money's worth of enjoyment you can buy. Chew it after every meal 19 PERFECT GUM Delay 6 Inviu "ing .Teutons Set- Ue Land Supremacy AT SELL- BONDS GOOD FIGURE Medicine Hal, Alia., Aug. .A' representative Wood- Gundy Co. of Toronto, surpris- ed tlic CiLy Council today .by telling them his firm believed tbey could sell J1S5.000 unsold debentures at a good price mentioned was within two points of IMG price offered two months ago. He told to go ahead. Wood-Gundy are the city's fiscal agents. (Bt Granville special cor- respondent of the London Daily -Brussels, Aug. is quite possible that outsiders, do within thirty days. The price realize the effect on future'operations j of the German check at Liege. "First, it gave France time complete mobilizations second, gave the British army-time to mo- hilize and get on the continent. accomplishing these results the Belgians have rendered signal strate- gical service. Hut' the effect on fu- operations must1 he considered: In lime the forts at Liege will fall: Some of the smaller ones are already reported captured. This fall will not occur without enormous German sac- rifices. 'ThDSE'-sacrificqBfciyill In subsequent manoeuvres, the Ger- rhfln right wing will be weakened. "With this the.command- Mrs. J. Armstrong and sou Bob- ble are expected horns irom Vancou- ver at .the 'end o! the week, Mr. C. D. Chambers of Pentlctpn. B. C., spent a few days with Sir. nnd Mrs. W. H. Moore. Jlr. A. M. Grigg Is expected home to- morrow from a trip ilirough various British Columbia points. Dr. Courtice has returned from Q holiday at Watflrton Lakes, and will nrncttce "with Dr. Allen'for a month before- going north to Edmonton. c. f. v j -Miss TtLbnr. who recently returned I from Germany, where she spent the I past year in studying pianoforte, will commence teaching the first Sen- It is possible that the next hjg en- gagement will occur north of Liogc- and nearer WORK And Strength to Perform It.' A Person in good health is likely to ambition. .pposinc the German advance; it have a.genlal disposition, '.ious they wil'h always worlc- "-U1J _ ;B n. by the'for a' chance-of landing Rebeccahs to Ment The Dominion Hcbeccnh Lodge, No. 41, will meet in tho at 8 o'clock to'morro'w" night.. SASKATCHEWAN JUDGES Oltdwn, OnL, Aug. new -District Court judges. huvo boen appointed lu Saskat- chownii; C. H. Itell of RogJna, for tho Judicial district yard; E. R. Wyllo of Moasimln, for Lho Judicial district of Ea- tevau, and J.' O. -BaJdwin bi! Swift Currant.-Tor tho Judicial dletrlot of Klndoralpy. blow-1 on. that' siilc. "Again, (he moral effect a On Iho'other hand, if the digestive organs have been.upset by wrong food, work iHJConies drudgery. a Western j railroad stenographer, troops now know arc oq tember. Iiiisa Gladys Cocliran of Moose Jew, who' is vioitlng her sister, Mrs. J. H. Cheney, will sing the morning ser- vice in church next Sunday, "The Lord is my hy Allitsen. Mr. and irrs. George JIarchant and daughter, Nan, of Winnipeg, are visit- ing for a few days with the former's mother and sister, Mrs. Marchant.aml Jlre. Proctor, of 321 Eleventh street I South. day lost by-the Germans is of value to the allied armies. It will perhfips te the German plan to leave a retaining force at Licgc and push on. "Tlier original program of" sweep- ing down Ihe Mouse to Sedan will have, to lie delayed, if not entirely abandoned. The cannot lolicve there are more: at a small proportion :oi their flghfciiig- .force. TlmirJ 'tionary army will more- nearly n.p- number les- sens-the advantage that" the Gc-r-maiig gained because of their rapid .niobil- izntibn. Liogc is now surrounded by G-srmans, and no word' reaches the outside world. The only wireless in- stalled was destroyed. Why tlie Forts were nob equipped with wireless I canriqt understand. "Even with the taken, it does not mean the. Germans would he alile to push on down tho Meusc. All -arrangements were niQiiu to'de- stroy bridges and railway on the shortest noti< id oi, Europe, a lew. months this dlot I used to feel sleepy.and heavy In Ihe mornings. Aly work Denied a terrible effort, and I the work was to arduous. "At home I had heard my Father speak of n younK fellow who went long distances in the cold on Grape-Nuts and cream and nothing more for breakfast. "I concluded "it would tide him over IL morning's heavy .work, it might p mo, sd on my. way home .one Mr. R. T. Brymner, manager of the Bank of Comiuerce, who left on Sat- urday for the coast, spent tbe week- end in Cranbrook, and returned to the city, ns word was received for tho hank managers to stay at their posts. Mrs. Brymner and the children are la Cranbrook. icp. If nolclum, .tlic IJav- i( can hold back "the jin- Goliath H'short''time more, tlje Gcrmana.will bp at a great r advantage against liiteritt, glit a package and-'next morning t liad Grape-Nuts and milk for breakfast. "I stuck to Grape-Nuts, and In less than two weelcs T noticed -Improve- ment. -1 remember I used to walk the 32 blocks and Imow how good It was simply to live. "As ,tfl'ray did you over feel the.' delight of having congenial work and the strength to perform it? That's ;how I felt. I truly.-.believe and vigor in every grain ot N'fl.mV given by Canadian Postum Co., Windsor, Ont llntid "The llpnd ib pkgs. "There's a HeaBori." Ever read the ibove letter? ,A one from tlmn to time. They ire and full of'human Clubs and Societies Tho Men's society of St. Mary's Church are holding a social (waning In the parish hall tonight.. m The Btiptlst Young People's Union of the Fifth 'avenue Raptist Church will meet In llie church tonight at 8.00 o'clock. The subject, "The will -ba taken by Mr.- Little, and Uiero I also be a by NYR. Little. All young people are asked to attend this meeting. The Women's Civic cluh win'hold their regular meeting at four o'clock tomorrow nfternoou In the Y.M.C.A. Those who have badges ore asked to thorn Iu, and a fuU attendance Is desired. V Tho Central W.C.T.TJ; meets tomor- row afternoon In W.QBley hall at 3.30 sharp.. All members arc urged to at- an this Is the annual meeting lor the election of offlcera, etc, ANXIETY FOR RAINBOW STILL .FELT Ottawa, Ont.. Aug. the report that H.M.S. Rainbow Is cruising off the coast of Vancouver Island Is cepted as'true at the Navs! ment here-. It IE considered strange that no o'fical tidings have b-sen re- ceived from the cruiser for several days. the. officials Ml feel en- tirely satisfied that the Canadian cruiser, is safe -until she has been heard from more particularly, as last reports were to the effect that the Rainbow., had Bailed out of 3an Fran- cisco harbor with only fifty tons of coal on board. She Is thought to bo off Cape Flattery. WHAT DOES THIS PORTEND? Vienna, via London, Aug. Austro-Hungarlan Ambassador to Italy, Kajetan Money de Kapo.B-Mere, has MB poet on the ground of II] health. Baron Karl Von tylacchlo, departmental chief at Iho Austro-Hun- garian Foreign pointed temporarily. j AUSTRIANS BLOCK- MONTENEGRIN .COAST Vienna, via London, Aug. ef- fective blockade of the ..Montenegrin coast has eatabllshed alpce1'yes- terday by the Austria-Hungarian fleetj according to an official announcement] here today. u.. i Segur Goes South .V Ira E..Segur, the in an who eatarillgh- ed the south oil fields, and who. has been the leading figure in 'actual de- velopment work in the passed, through the city laet night, going to tbe well now toeing drilled by his men In Mr. Sesur is very cptlmlBUc over the south, and still' will prove the most productive field. Sev- eral large financial men are in the city today, and it Is expected that tba south will see some great develop- ment 'within the next few weeks. DON'T SWAT THAT FLY and leave the disease germs to be scattered through your house; USE WILSON'S FLY PADS end kill both'the HIM and germs. Sold by all Druggists and Gracen all over Canada. ;