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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LBTHBRIDGB DAILY HERALC SATURDAY, AUGUST girl after children and ssfllit in-houMWprk. An- ____ TO A. J. Bliokburnj, Acato tor UJHol'houses .to ,rent FROM BnrriQN ISSUED THIS MORNING London, Aug. lo.-The war office announces'.-The Belgian army hjs a victories in the district abound Hasselt against German cavalry, which 4-as trvina- to take the offensive -again after its defeat at Diest. .German mfaii- fry is moving toward Vise and butfresh engagements St has assured ftolute safety, for the" troops to the continent. >J feERMAN AEROPLANE BROUGHT TO EARTH i lie Belgian hranch of the French army has won severa triumphs of 4hich the most brilliant is'that near the Woevre river m -Lorraine wheie, a Sermaii aeroplane flying at a height of 3000 feet was brought to earth by rifle the ground whlhdisablecl-the motor. Two German officers who were piloting the aeroplane are prisoners. s< Gennaiviators droned bonibjL mthe no: body was injured. CALL TO ARMS FOR VANCOUVER JAPS; Vancouver B C advices received here by the Japan- ese at an ehrlv hour this morning .indicate that there may be a call to arms Sn hours. _ The" editor of the local Japanese newspaper u m receipt of intelligence to this" effect. RUSSIAN AEMY PRESERVES SECRECY St Petersburg, Aug. secrecy surrounds the aiifay movements. Regiment after regiment has left, nobody knows whither 'and Tea the commanding officers Before their departure each re- ceives sealed orders to be opened at specified hours. A messao'e has been received from Viliia stating that a German aeroplane which Mas miking observations of Russian military movements in the Polish government of Suwalk, was fired upon and brought down with a crash. Its occupants, four German officers, were, killed, according to the despatcn. HIENOUS INTENTION OF GERMAN SPY London 4ug German who was suspected of espionage was ar- rested at'Aldershot last Saturday.; La his rooms Were found a number nf tubes containing milfions-of cholera baccilli. QtJEEN MOTHER MAKES BANDAGES FOR WOUNDED Copenhagen, Aug. other Royal women are engaged in making bandages for woutided soldiers. ___ TO front room, lurals id, in tally, modera house, 'or one t gentlemen. Apply at 1810 3rd Ave A South. TO nicelyfurnished rooms, wall ventilated, in private house, all modern. Prices reasonable USB 01-P.houo. Araiy 1238 "h Ave. ling 1th St., in ,g, rao 'basement ac- TO roomed house in good repair. City water; only per month to good tenant Apply North Lethbridge Realty- Co. 414 13th St N. Phone 535. TO room "house: all modern improvements Moderate rent Applj Standard Securities Compani', Suite 115, Sherlock Bldg FIRST GREAT OF ALMOST HERE ddnvsaid tie Japanese proposed carry out their treaty with Great Britain and' the is a summary, seemed apparent that the nrstjgreat ol the war since 4 o'clock Friday: battle of tie war could not losg be Reports of the continued advance A despatch from BgsseU the Germans toward Brussels, Me said the concentration of French l.ncs Binding through- the heart ot troops in Belgium was complete and Belgium on a line extending relauve-1 that all-the troops that had Wllll VliCit'. OViliillU iillU.' antl tSlTltB.CU T t- fleet had put to sea to co-operate lease Pgf' n._i "1( Room 5, Slacdonald Block. Phoi with the Bntish fleet. Greece, it was Immediate C. Pagnuelo Co. ____irn, t per mouth King 643, C. 'O 3rd Ave. S Sly "ftut'ln- batlr it'ieceJBaW. Immediate possession. The Dowsley- Mulhein Land Co, Sherlock Building Phone 544._____________ TO and one four room house, in good condition, No 220 and1224 IStll St N, and f peT month Apply 429 ISth St S wr Phone 539. i class blacksmith and horaeshoer at once. Apply P. C, Hoiey, Box 2L Tafier, Sampson School District No. ilia. State salary, renulreii; school, to com- mence Aug.iS4.v "T. JL. Bampkon, Bee- Tfeas., BBy Mand. about 83 yeaWifTgeneral awlittnt, for country provision, .Business; of'the meat trt Apply Glasgow, Coroipicrco, or Dlaropnd City Exchange. good men wanted; must have little cash; money maker for right party. Apply at once No other than hustlers need apply. Auto- matic Hose Coupler Co., Ltd., Room 117, Sherloct girl to help with jousework.ln the morning. Mrsl A M 1513 6th Avo. S. general serv- ftnt, good- wages Apply at once be- tween 7 and 9 p.m. at 123 8th Street TO roomed fully modem cottage No. 628 Street- per month B .Peat Co., Room'5, MacdonaliFBlk .women to learn Barber Trade. Eight weeks required; positions or locations secured as soon as competent; graduates make big money; catalogue and terms free Moler Barber College, 604A Centre St, Calgary MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 1 TO 6 room fully modern cot tage on street, car line, close in. En quire 16Ui St. N. Phone 334 or 364. '196-0 buy a thoroughbred Airedale pup, two or three months old. Apply W Butler, Phone 1393, 419 Sherlock Bldg orderly for Qalt Hos- pital. Apply at once'to the Hospital. Apply Box 17'Serald K roomed modern house gas, m gooil condition, 3 doors from car llnu 525 per month to good tenant. Apply Box 32 Her aid. of houses to. rent. Numerous enquiries A. J. Blackburne Acadia Block FOR now occupied by Western Tinsmitumg Co, firs. door north of Herald Ready now Apply at TO modern house, all painted and paoered since last oecu pled. Large garden plot corner 7th and 12th St, See owner, D. H. Elton. Phone, or 1C23 TO 3rd St Soutl, seven rooms, fully modern, furnished or un furnished; garage, ven desirable pro perty 540 per month furnished Will lease to ngSv-jart-v- Apply N 1 Peat'ft Co., RSifesMSofenald'Blk Phone 570. 193-M) TO 6th Ale Soutl. 7 fully moderri; hot "Water heat- ing, irees, also stable nd obickea Pe' monfc room modern house connue ning a e ieg o were the "chief items of news of the Liege said the fortress Pontisse had warfare in Europe that wumowed eg fallen into the hands of the Germans. warare n urope a wumo through the sieve of the censor last Belgians denied this and declare the night ___ i Germans had suffered heavy casual- 6f the movements of the Germans ties in the attack. and the allies it was stated that it] JAP FLEET READY tad progressed to a point where it I A special despatch received in Lon- tad" purchased the "ccraST cruisers] No 5th-Sirgrt ter coaling at San Juan, Porto Rico, Albcrta Blk. pbone 771 202-6 lolloping her fight with British cruis ers put into the'Dutch port of'Cura- cau last Wednesday. GOOD GRAZING for'horses, plenty of feed and water close to city, Jl 50 per month; -also sheaf oats for sale.. Ap- ply C. McClenaghan, 604 12th St S or Phone pay cash for Horses and cattle at Lethbridge Peed Sale Stables, city Phone 1662. MISS ANNE PORTER will open a pri- vate kindergarten for a limited number children, between the ages of four and six years A Kin- dergarten Musical Course will be included. Junior and Intermediate p'upils for piaho -will also be ac- cepted. Call or write 1311 5th A.ve. South on or before Sept. 1st SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Mrs E. J Room Dominion Bldg Miscellaneous for Sale j (almost new) of cottage 937 7th St S, including sewing imachmi', dining table and chairs, stove, heater, double bed and cot, rpeKers, carpets, linoleum. Cot tage, also for sale or to rent Apply only 1018 12th St S Phono 1418. 207 6 FOR wagon, dounk haraess, biiggy and single harness Apply 3rd :Sf'S'.'" TOR' 'two good second 'baud o'gans 55 00 per mouth, llason Ltd, FORn well built, 12x14, slastered. 'Apply 803 16th St. South. good second hand a snap and easy pay- ments. Mason Risch Ltd. 206---6 IS GERMANY TRYING TO EMBROIL TURKEY? London 4ur. a.m.-The Navy, who' tion o! international law, Tint the _ '__ i, j, ._ imlror-nTnonf nninmn ffrOUnU ID dlPlOmS- Mail states that the cruisers Goetieh reported to have 'to 'the "Tu government. ____ _____ The 3ladr says Turkey in- been. Durchased; Germany byi-teiid to employ the -warships against TurkeF, have received Turkish names J Russia and adds "There appears 'to 'be no doubt-tnat their purchase -Is a direct contrayen- be- placed under the com-1 .mand ot Bear Admiral' Arthur H.I WELDING ,Tiie Southern Alberta Welding Go. MO Street South. 411 broken Machinery, Cast .Iron, AJnmihum; Brass, Copper, Steel, in fact everythir.' made as good as new by the Gxy-Acetylenc Welding Process ALL WORK GUARANTEED OH.-MONEY REFUNDED Give us a trial. Don't throw your broken machinery away. We can repair it at small cost R. C. We carry in stock all widths'of Leather Belting from 2 in. to 6 in. Dynamo Belts, Double Driving and Endless Rubber Belts supplied on the shortest notice. Get our prices before buying. The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. FIFTH STREET, LETHBRIDOE. In the Suprehie Court of Alberta, Judicial Dis- trict of Lethbridge. BETWEEN No 1524 Se'eu'rltr Trust Company Limited, ard, Plaintiff Guijlaume Lemoigne, M. Rumely Com- pany, Paul Ludtke- and Interna- tional Harvester Company of TOR timothy- Alfalfa mixture Timothy S15.00 tojb. 'Lethbridge. Eyery bale .guar- anteed by the growers through their own" sales offlce. Farm Products Ltd. W J Lloyd, Manager. Phone 1017, Residence Phone 3G5. 200--0 America; .Defendants; opinion is gaining, ground in diploma- tic circles that Turkey is the victim of a German trap to embroil her with the triple entente." Rear Admiral Limpus-has been na- val adviser to the govern- ment since 1812. TURKEY'S ANSWER DEFIANT Paris, Aug. Turkish ambassador, .referring, to :the German cruisers Goehen and Bresla'u, which are reported to. have been pur- chased by "We simply seized 'the f to obtain two cruisers, to .assure thei following lands: The'North-east-fluar-1 eouilibrium of our. naval'iorces with I ter of Section .Twenty-two In those oi Greece. England exercised Township Ten Ten widow with girl 7 years desires housekeeper's situation n town or country, ranch or farm ireferred: good cook. Address Mrs. B. P., Box 1149 Post Office, Calgary Alberta. There will be of the Lpcataiidgevpf.'this.Hon- ourable Court'oh Sth day'df hour of twelve 6'blocb Court House in City bridge, in the rival bf the two 'cruisers in .the Dar- danelles was-a windfall. You ipaybe stire we shall keep them, as we have paid for them with the fund raised by public subscription to pay for the sMpa'fn The Goeben'snd the Breslau'are at Nagarakalesia, -the tfuarantine sta- ticn n ths Dardahelles. It is cd that they searched British; French' and Greek ships -in the'strait, and forcibly removed the atus from the steamer 'Saghalien, threatening to sink her if she made and there is said to be n'.smaU 'build- Ing about 10ft. by'izKBltuits-ua- the said land. The -property will: .offered -for to. a reserved.'bid which has been fixed "oy a. .TERMS OP PAYMBN'Tf cent has been dccidtd to impose the same censorship on French and England cables as it now im- prjses on German owned wireless sta- tions at Long Island "and New Jer- sey. Swedish house.yes- terday voted lot defense purposes. division of Belgian cav- alry supported by tnlantry and ar- i t.illery yesterday met and defeated a division of German cavalry also sup- 1 ported by infantry and artillery. Austrian steamer Ir- was captured oil ''Land's End yesterday by a British gunboat. This was'the first Austrian prize taken. was officially announc-, cd here today that none of.the Liege forts had capitulated as .has been stated in. Geinjffl jteports. of sale may be seen at the office of Malcolm Young, JOHNSTON'S Lethbridge, Alberta, AD D2. Plaintiff's 'Solicitors. Reward For the return bf the Horse described below: 1 BAY MARE, ei6HTVEAR8 OLD, WHITE STAR ON FORE- HEAD; BRANDED B193 ON RIGHT THIGH. Return to Whitney Farm and receive Ling Louer, 'SITUATIONS WANTED as housekeeper or mother's help, by experienced wo man capable of taking full charge; where she can have boy of four-with ler. Disengaged Sept. 1st. Good.re- terences. Apply 120. llth ,St, S.-203-r WANTED-r-Work of any kind, by a steady married man; will do anything Apply Win. Clelland. 737 16th Street North. Cards JIEDICAIt South. Houn: M; 7 to OH. TAYLOR-EM-, eye, Throat; Dominion Building. .Offlce hour. to 11: M; br appointment. SU; residence E93 ____________. 03TEOPATHIC OB. t, '8. .MAiOH-Mjmber oJ OoJ 'KyslcUnB and Surgeons. At- btrte. Suite Sterlock Bldf. 1414. _______ PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Van Haarlem'i Private Hospital and Maternltr Home. 704 Steth South. Pbone __________ KINDERGARTEN 1 THE Nl'RSINC MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater-! nity and all medical and (except contagious and charges according tn_the cir- cumstances ot the patient. Poor i cared tor free of charge. i _ Qraduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- iulars apply Nursing Mls- sion 1414 7th Avenue South, Phone 11233. (Mitt) A. M. Tliley, Supervlior. (Mist) M. A. MacKay, oVad. Nurse. (MlM) J. MacKtnile. Grad. Nurse. "Oracefnl as a Swan" and "as safe as a Rowboat" These are a few of the com- ments on my new 16-ft H. W. CANOE Let me demonstrate to you the beauties of tita canoe with a keel Also' the Spqns'bn, unBlnkable inodeL WILL HAYTER Local Agent. 611 ISth Street South Or Phone -1117 after 3 p.m. ,DENTAL OR. M. J. i el Royal Collect o( Toronto, aid hWder at a Domln Dental i ind BryiA Block. Phone Ifj DR. L. T. ALLtN-fSuccesaor tbl Courtlce and1 University of Maryland. Office hoi Matdohald BIk. Phone 11 Letbbrldgo. Alta. BSS: MARdi AND to Drt. Stewart and Clore Houn: t to 5. Offloe. inbotham Block. Phone 174. PR. E. Q. i fcer ot Hoytl ot (Eng.) LIcenMato Royal College PbytlcUni (London) L.ns. 1JMD. Boon: 9-18; 1-5. Offlce: 6-8. PStt Oftlce Block. H "THBRIOGB VI AVI COMPANY Natural Systehvof .Treatment Nervousness. Hull BIk Hours 4 to 6 p.m. to 4 Saturday, or py appolntmeft. Miss E S Cook. 167-tSs SURVEYING 'i. f. HAMILTON, ana Land Surveyor; Irrli