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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1914 A VETERAN WHO WAS WITH LOR ROBERTS THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAG1 TWWB SECRECY 11C OF All 'tint B> Cuttuu, Our.; Armi, 3rd. 1913. "I am ntennlaf ttae Crimea? War and the Indian Mutiny, voluntteriuK from Royal Artillery into tht Koyal Bngiann, and iirved Robert! during the Indian Mutiny, and am a peDrionecr ot tne Jmwh Gartmment. Fjeroe hand-to-hand fighting and eontinnal expotnrt left me a grttt .ufftrer from RhenaatUm, 10 much to that my (welled up, making it iaipoMibfe for nit to walk. Fruit-a-tine They cored me of In otr'.nfidar emplomem, I, walk thirty a day and enjoy perfect OKORGB WALKER. got boar, for trial aje- At all dealera or ant oa receipt ot prkebj Ottawa. BLOODS RAISED BUS. WHEAT AND IN ADDITION HAVE PUT UP POUR THOUSAND TONS OF i HAY Mtcfeod, Aug. a sparse in the Ticinity of Macleod, it is lotmwting to that the har- vest on 'the Blood Reserve is this year moat satisfactory. For some yean 4te Indians on the Reserve have gfng considerable attention to the and as aconsequence are BOW grain on their lands which will compare favorably iwrth. many good farms in tie dis- trict. All pEeowt 'time more than half (the wheat is harvested and Indian Dlllworth estimates that the RUMIAN ARMY ON THE MOVE London, Aug. St Pet- ersfcurs dosMcit to the Dilriy. Bxpeia Bays: 0 The HmbllltatioB of the first llMtot 'tie Russian -army Is vlrWallr completed, and before I- many hare passed a force of IjDOO.OOO inn will, teen poured Into JLOalrta, and aa- other araat orrey over Ow German frontier. Loadon, AUK. Japan has borrowed most.of her military science from Ekirope, she taught In return, the enormous value of secrecy In warfare: All the powers engaged In the European death grapple have learned that lesson. Reports from Belgium sty that the German prisoners have no regimental Insignia on their uniforms, and have been instructed .to -refuse information as'to what regiments they are attach- ed to. in 1870 the'English newspaper! gave full accounts of the German and French regiments, .where they were, an8' what regiments composed .each army. The commands and personali- ties of all ,lhe leading generals .-were widely known. Over all these details the armies en- gaged In the war theatre la western Europe, excepting perhaps the Bel- gians, have folded, a. shroud, of .mys- tery concerning the men who will play the greatest parts In the drama. The public knows almost nothing about the commandeMn'-chief or the French army, general Joseph Joffre. Joffre IB not an advertising general .Even.the French people know.less ab- out him than about aa man who evfr guided their.military machine. The present the com- batant forces, their movements and plans, are chiefly matters of guess work. Experts can only surmise that during the oppresslve-darkneia ot the past fortnight of mobilization and of suspense for Europe, the four great armies of Germany, France, Austria and Russia have moving into the uooiUuiiu which those who have theory lied on the subject have expected. The great mobilization appears to have proved one fact: that even'the German organization, when put to the test under real war conditions, could not move as fast as expected. The great, swift battle on the French fron- tier, which was due laat week, has not yet begun, so far as.is kno'wri, or per- haps it may be today. The British army permits a few war correspondents to take the field, hilt under strict rules. The French staff prohibits correspondents at the front from using the telegraph. The Rus- sian army will have no correspondents, and the German staff is known strong- ly to disapprove of them. yield on tfce Reserve will this jear reach 41 high as bushels Oats are also extensively grown and will show a good yield. In addition'to_ the Indians have also put up toffs of hay This was harvested. under, exception- ally fa-vorable conditions and a ready sale for the same is being, found. A contract is now bcmg' filled for 1500 Gordon, Ironsides aid Fares, lessees of' the'Reserve, and the contract has_ .also been.. .secured to supply the Mounted Poiice at Mac- leod with 180 tons ton. CHICAOO COP Killed by Vice of Resort Owners Against Police Chicago, 111., 'Aug. 'second policeman killed In the old segregated district within a.month, was lytoday in 'what is-believed to have .been another plot -of reiiort' owners against the police. Qeorge Trumbull, the latest victim, was killed in the vicinity of several resorts, which -police have raided at freojient Inten'alB. He was shot be- fore be had'.a-chance .to titse hie own weapon, which was found fully loaded beside his body. 'THE MILLION-DOLLAR MYSTERY" AT STARLAND WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Synopsis of preceding chapters Hargreave, millionaire and traitor member of a Russian secret society the plans to escape their vengeance '.by disappearing 'with his only Florence, and 51 he has drawn, from the bank. He finds his house surrounded by the band. He makes his escape in' a bal- loon. The disappears mj s teriously. Florence, left alone with his butler, is hounded by the band. They search the house vainly for the then attempt to kidnap hei which plan is frustrated in a sensa tional. manner ;by. Norton. Episode No. 3: A Leap in the Dark. having com'o that an ocean steamer has brought ashore a strang er, rescued at sea from a wrecked bal- loon, with in his possession, Nor- j ton sets out to find him. he learns leads him to a warehouse. Prin cess Olga, disguised- as Florence, .In- terviews the. captain ship, and learns of Norton's' activity.' The scene to a reception in the As- torbilt's magnificent ballroom: then to the barroom of a low saloon, then back to the; lonely warehouse, 'where several members of the "Black Hun MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT Gala Opening of Season WILLIAM ELLIOTT Preiehtt Extraordinary Comedy The Love Story -with a laugh in every line, -written by Catherine Chisholm .Gushing. Direct from one year in''New York. Seats on sale Hedlcy's Drug Store -PRICES 50c TO dred" arc. gathered before an open safe; 'It !s here in the black darkness of .the warehouse, in some thrilling are trapped like Braine, escapes. Faster .grows the'.action, and more- spectacular the sensations, as each reel this stupendous production 1s revealed upon the screen. Ton thous- and do'ilars in.cash will be awarded for the best 100-word solution of this ex- traordlnar> mysterj story Raymond Fair is Looming Up Like Good One "All we-need now to make the Raymond Fair a big success, is good said O. F. Ursenbach, sec- retary of the Raymond Agricultural Kociet-v to the Herald on Saturday. Contrary'; to the general rule in the towns in the soutli, Raymond has not cancelled the fall fair, and judging from the energy with which the di- rectors are pushiiig" the. there will be no doubt-as to. its success. There are some'good- crops: scat- tered through the Raymond district, If you are grumpy, or bored, or tired, or do not fail to see "Handle With Care" the great comedy, which is being offered as one of the many attrac- tions at Starland today. t S. S.-LUSITANIA, LIGHTS BLANKETED, SAILS FROM NEW YORK oH tor England with 200 passengers including J. J. well taown to follow. Three German cruiser are just outside the New Yortcfharbor'but ths LuaftuU Cuuard' steamer of) French liner expects to iti.tc Is depending upon her speed and upon British.and French cruisers to crota.lately. and it will be extremely interesting to sec the exhibits, most o! which will have been raised under the most adverse conditicos. Mr[ Ursenbach stated that the entries were coming in much better than was at first ex- pected, so that the exhibits will be up to the usual standard. All exhibi- tion entries are restricted to the Raymond district, including Ray- mond, Stirling, Welling and Mam- moth. In addition to the line dis- plays of vegetables ami grains, the live stock entries will be practically filled. The prize list'' totals The Raymond fair dates arc August 21, 25'anil 25. Cranbrookis Raising Money to Help in War Cranbrook, Aug. after- noon a large and very enthusiastic meeting was held here in ordtr to' give publicity to the movement now on to assist Great Britain in heir war, with Germany. The company ot volunteers about fifty strong, headed hy the band play. ing patriotic airs, marched through the streets of the city to the Rex '.Theatre, where they, and tii. mans) others as- rould crowf ing, were addressed. OR some speakers, among wboai'swra Phillips, and Col. nesses men British and short talks ments of each. A dance to r'BakeRjFark on an open pavilion Wtoesdaj even- ing, August o' assisting the -hospital" ship and other purposes as was arranged by. tte'jeommrttee, BIG While cur business in the Sporting Goods Department is far ahead of our expectations, we have decided to sacrifice cur to date stock and make stronger efforts than ever to put in a new and more complete range of standard lines for the coming Baseball Bats TENNIS UP-TO-DATE STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM Regular 20e FOOTBALLS BEST ENGLISH MAKE Football, regular Sale Price. Football, regular Sale Price. BASE BALLS Regular Sale Price 15c i 35c 50c 75c 20c 250 35C 75c BOXING GLOVES ALL .WEIGHTS AND'sTYLES Regular Sale Price .22 RIFLES 110.00 ROLLER SKATES 'Golf ClubS and Fishing Tackle, Discount Watch the Specials in our Windows 'V.. -TENNIS BALLS Reg. 50c. Sale Price....... -35C Sale Price.....'... -40C Reg. Sale Reg. -Sale Reg. Sale liiOOj 'Sale Price Reg. Reg. Sale Price .w Reg. Reg. J Sale Re'g. Sale TENNIS Reg. I4.50.1 Sale. Price. Reg. Sale Price., TENNIS TAPES Reg. .75 Baseball Gloves and 5 Mitts GOLDSMITH-A'ND REACH SOLD UNDER; FULL GUARANTEE 80c 51-60 S2.UO S4.00 THE ALBERTA SADDLERY 306 PIFTH STREET SOUTH ;