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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. AUGUST THE LETHBRIDPE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVE Rylands, "THE CORSET SHOP" of the City An Ideal Shoe For The Children Here IB what we have', been' looking tor many It is the ideal shoe for children. We call It U hat hew flexible wide toe cushion insole, la this you will 'find no seams, rldf w, or Uote to hurt the molt tender feet, Acrobat Shoos are not "cheap" shoei, they m and represent the bert shoe obtainable In the American market. Sires 4 to all Ifsthera M pair 31m 8 to at pair Solid Leather Shoes for the Boys How often have you ibeen tooled In buying shoes for your boy You thought at first that >ou had a shoe that would wear, then In a few you were disappointed Solid Leather Shoes are acaice prlules I but if you will take tomorrow we will show >ou a C'ltup model" at- the Famous Amhsrat Shoe for Baya Prices from to 13.00. pain "Empress" and "Smart Set" Shoes I For Women EaotTyear nnds our business in the net- of Ladies' Shoes inereaslng. We xarry only high grade makes, such as. SMART SET, EMPRESS and RE shoe with the cushion heeli) A smart last this year comes jn Patent leather with plain toe and. dull 75 Other styles at J3 6Q, up to SO a pair The o'Astoria" Sljbefar Gentlemen The 'Best attoe made in that is saying xa great deal days'. We have tried to delect last and styles that ARE DIFFERENT. Just a glimpse at the MJen'ii "Window will "convince you that we have the RIGHT KIND. Prices from ?3 5fl to ?6 00 ajpelr. i Here is a Special Offer for Tues. With every pair of shoes purchased tomorrow we will of ABSOLUTELY FREE. With Uadlaa' J500 or Sho Free .With Ladles' to Shoes.... ......i36c LtaJe'Hose Fttf Wjtii Chlldrtn's Shoes Hose. Free With Men's Shoes. 50c Cashmere Extra Large Size _anjJgiflbi You will find our Ladies' Shoe Stock complete Tft-ith -extra, largo'feizea to width up to BE a special or Cushion Seiue Shoe up to size fforn to i ,v v RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store _ ti REVOLUTION THREATENS GERMANY London, Aug. despatch r> received.'by the Central News from ndmo says: 't "FuEitive's arriving here from Berlin.declare that the Social- iata; are rising In revolt ff thrcughout: Germany, following the execution of their leader, A Dr. Liebnecht." Xlold! of gen- erally too'jriixed with rock to be food value, nourishment, in many foods is Jn such form it cribpot be readily aa- utB Is scientifically from wheat and barley to present their rich nourishment in -easily digest- ible form. Long baking (about 20 hours) brealts down the starch it par- tially pre-digested and read- ily-assimilable the most' delicate stomach. Tho food is delicious! 'There's a Reason' For Grape-Nuts by. .Grocers Canadian Postiim Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. "Good medicine for the pessi- mists in .tile way which City Treasurer Farris slz- eS up the tax-Bitua'tiori this morn- Ing. To date, in taxes for 1914 has Seen collected. Saturday was the lait the .city staff .-wag overwhelmed with .work, in all being the' amount handed-in through the 'wicket, in umaJl lots. The coudcil this morning decid- ed to allow the'10 per cent dis- count on all collected today, as many of-thse who had a pay day on Saturday.were not given sufficient tJme to get.thsir taies in. Mr. Farris is overjoyed at the manner in-which the taxes have como in. The'Commissioners, as well as the treasurer, have realiz- ed far.- beyond their" -wildest dreams, which carried the figures to Mr. Farrlo expects that before" the office closes nisht the total-will be well over Reservists oi the British Army and Navy residing in the city received or- ders to move, this morning, and it is liielytthat the majority of them Tfill proceed east tomorrow night. Tho or- ders stated that the men were to pro- ceed at once to join tliok regiments; jttnd transportation was enclosed with I ,ihe' communication. There an sonie eight'or, ten men in LetlibriSge who are subject to these orders; Major Stewart has'received no (je-; finite -instructions with regard to the contingent, and Is continuing the drill at the barracks grounds, j where a strict guard is maintained. The men who will represent the' local battery have not yet been: se- lected. Applications for enlistment continue to come in, and. married men who have obtained the written permission of wives, are anxious to be included m this number, but thev are being refused locally, as it IB the opinion of Major .Stewart that they will onJy be weed- ed out at Val Cartier, The following is an extract from one of Col. Hughes' characteristic speeches made tnday m' Montieal, and bnellj portrays the feeling of militia department "Wo all know that are .at stake, and. to a man we Oam- dcms are ready to do our.-duty I call for mark, you Not a man will he accepted or lewe Canada oh this service hut of I his dwn tree and if I know It not a married man shaU go bit with j the coiwht oi Ms wife and family. r 4nd the Canadians meet tho th j are gding to do so Onyuish them, as they are go- ing to do, they will do it fighting as free mon, as fiee subjects of-his ma- jesty 'IVir! that in a. moment Lay'st "waste" the noblest part of the creation, The boast aqd maeierplece of the greai Maker, That -wear in vain th' Impression 'His image, Unprivileged from thee- Mr. Llnley, Who ivas a with Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Wallace has re- turned to Spokane. Mrs. D. R. Mackay has been operat- ed on in the hospital, and is getting on as well as can be expected. -Mrs. D. L. Kimball, who has been in indifferent health for some time, taken tp the Gait Hospital yesterday. She underwent an. operation this morn- ing, and BO far is progressing favor- ably. Mrs.. J. G. Robertsoa has as her guest Mrs. Nichols of Crcr'r N-zt. JJ Miss Laing and Miss McVIcar have returned to the city after spending a ileasant Banff. I: The following eld- H. Diesetb, J. G. Robertson and TferrRl, will take at the jhppllrig service at Knoi churcli qn, Sundly. next.. In -addition': exceile'nt anthem; at the Sunday evening service at Wes- ley, church, Mra. Hardle of Calgary rendered the spfd, "Hold Thou, my in most effective manner, cre- ating a great impression on those who heard it. .-A'-call for- "Cast thy bread upon the Tvaters; for thou shalt find--it after many days.''- Citl-iuns of Letbbridge: 'At( the .pre- sent time, dark clouds of war hang over, Europe, perhaps .for many of you the land of your -birth, I come to you with an urgent call for assistance to the Red Cross ft ketieral name for our societies, founded for as- sisting the wounded in time of war, so named hecause their distinctive badge is.-a'.Red Cross on a white ground. Our societies have .heen established jn. all civilized countries as a result of an international conference held at Gen- eva in 1863, which was followed next year by an international convention for the-same purpose, at which the in- ternational treaty of Geneva ac- cepted and signed >by a.number of na-; tions. According to this all hospital -of flolols arid airin' any way engaged in attending -the wounded, in war, are- treated'iaBrheu- tral parties. There is an international committee at Geneva which serves as a centre of communication hetween the -different societies throughout the world: with this may he mentioned'the dec- oration of Royal Red Cross instituted by Queen Victoria in 1333 as a reward for women, "who have' eserted .them- selves in .aid of sick and wounded so.H diers and sailors .in time of war. Tue enameled crimson and gold cross bears the words: "Faith, Hope and with t'ne head of her Iat4 Majesty, the Royal and Imperial cipher, etc., and is attached to a blue'ribbon.. It is worn on thft.Ieft shoulder. In'several cbun.-. tries we have societies, with ganized staffs of and general equipment You are entreated to rfelp ciety money and other necessary things, to enable us to ca-rrjr-out our- noble purpose. Remember the saying from our Great King of Peace: "Ver- ily, I say unto you inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least-of- these by brethren, ye hava done it unto. Me." A. MOBRLAifD, Member of the Rod Cross Society; headduartei-s, Geneva, Switzerland. Clubs and Societies The following'were-tho contributors at Rat'law to-the.amount collected by Mrs. H. D. Williamson in aid of the Hospital Ship fund: J. B. Huish, Chas. P. Glenn, M. -Woods, W. C. Lane, W. Hamilton, R. E.- .Rogers, T. C. Dillon, W. B. Griffim G-r-Itunkel, F. W..Rq8e- naur, W. Simpnso.n, >V. R. Romi, Em- pire Cafe, Cafe, How Yen, Dhie, C.-Devereaux, A. Simonson, Wm.-tKearns, O. C. Arne- Etad, '.losfiph Bnright, Albert i Rein- bardt, C. Handcpblr.-J. Wilson, W. B. MacDuff, Campeil White, H. D. Wil- liamson, Rex Williamson, violet Simm, Mrs. MaudJ bnithe, -Miss Whetstone, T. W. Griffin, James Nolan, G. Pod- oss; W. R. StewartV'W. M. Devereaux, A. Ciialoner, T. Francis, J. A. McDon- ald, Nela Belalai'n, G.' L. Worker, John Vaughan, T. A. Stuart. V special meeting Of'the Women's Civic 'club vrtli b'e held at the audi- torium of the V.M.C.A., ,bn Tuesday afternoon at Routlire will be to finish business left over, and to also consider letters. A full attendance 'is particularly requested. The Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D, are calling a meeting at 8 orclock to- night at the- Y.JtiC.A." All those who were selling flags and others interest- ed are invited to be present. Including tbe amounts' acknowledg- ed, in the Herald on Saturday, the to- tal 'by the selling of flags was This, does not include the out-of-town sales at Diamond City, Spring Coulee, Raymond, Stirling and Monarch, which have.not yet come in. The different suctions of the Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet on Thursday, instead of Wednesday, on, account of the Sunday school picnic to 'he held on the latter day. SUCCESSFUL MACLEOD -'PUPILS "Macleod, Alia., Aug. the twenty-seven pupils of Grade VIII. who wrote in the Departmental exam- inations this year, the following pupils were successful: Howard Sidney At- kins, Ada Mary Benson, Bessie, Cazely, Etric. Davis, Seymour Donohue, .Ger- trude Genge, Eric Constance Heap, William Hewson, Chester Morri- son, Florence McFarquhar, John Mur- ray Rotlinoy, Mary Shield; Verner B. Tripp, Alexander Watson and Ellen Williams. THE FIGHTING ZONE OF EUROPE GERMAN ARMY FftencH ARM N So far the main flshtlng has occurred in' the area around Llego, Jndl-, cated pit the map. The main army, however, ''inder General Joftro seems to bo taking tho offensive tn Alsace Lorralse: Other movements are re- ported In Luxom'burg and also north of Liege. Apparently tho whole Ger- inin border Is to .be a continuous battleground, Egg-o Demonstration AT THE H.B.C, STORE Thli week we are demonstrating the famous Egg-a Baking Powder, in the Grocery Section of this Busy Store. This will prove'Interesting and educational to all house- wlvei.lJi the city. The demonstrators will give you sample biscuits made from thla celebrated powder. Another Interoatlng.feature will be'the .lectures of 'Mrs. Wiade, who Is one of tlw foremost experts In the Culinary.Art. be between 3.30 and 4.30. EGG-O BAKING POWDER i pouncl tins 25c pound tine 50c 5 pound tins for........, Worth of Ladies' Summer Underwear To Clear in One Day 15.60 .Ladies' Silk Combinations, tight knee, J2.00 ladles' Silk Vests, lacs trimmed- QQg no eg 75 for for, per. suit We- have inaugurated a new department in the Busy Store, in Mowers; Ferns, Plants in Orders taken for .wedding or, Funeral the Main Moor centre. PROGRESS OF THE WAR TODAYIN BRIEF FORM GENERAL Washington, Aug 17-Bv a of forty to twenty, the senate today reacted the conference report of the shipping hill to admit foreign built ships to American registry and pro; posing to open the coastwise trade to foreign craft. -London, Aug special de- spatch received here says that all Austriaris and Germans will be ex; pellfcl irom Monaco in accordance with an agreement between France and- the principality. Paris, Aug. special train, the first cars of which were filled with wounded French soldiers and the others.occupied by. captured Uh- lans, arrived here yesterday. The des- tination oi the prisoners were kept secret. Most of -the Frenchmen were only slightly wounded Thi-y laughed and sang 'and declared they were eag- er to return to the i battle. Paris, Aug. p.. ministry of mar ne announced today that a French fleet under Admiral De La Peyriere had sunk an Austrian cruiser which was blockading the Montenegrin port of Attivari. London, Aug. p. Brussels despatch to the Exchange Telegraph Co., says i the French-casu- alties in the fight in between Namur and Dinant were Heavy as the Ger- mans were strongly entrenched, and their artillery at tie outset played great havoc with the French. The French wing at Dinant had been bad ly cut up and nearly routed when suddenly the strains of the Marseilles rosounded: in the. French lines and the men rallied and reformed. With spleh-1 did gallantrs ihey charged hurling themsehes on tue German troops breaking through their lines and put- ting them to fl'ght. Londcc, Aug. a. correspondent of the .Reiiter -Tele- gram. Co at Niih, Servia, telegraph Dg under date of Aug. 15, Bays 'Our troops' at Buyak, near iLyma, successfully repelled the enemy; 'Near Kunachitza, opposite Los- nitza the enemy has thrown a bridge across the Duna and foitified its position on both hanks The night at Belgrade passed quietly. London, Aug 17 despatch from Rome to tte Exchange Telegraph Co says the Montenegrin 'troops have crossed the Bosnian frontier': and oc- cupied -the town of Tosalnitiza, af'ter a iierce battle. GERMANY San Ger- man cruiser Leipzig, which, stripped for act-ion, has been, patrolling ,the coast off this harbor for the last wrek. entered San'Francisco hay .ear- ly today and anchored just inside the Golden Gate. The vessel sent word ashorq that it desired to communi- cate with the German consul. london Aug Central News correspondent at Brussels, who has returned from the front, esti- mates that the Gernian'fosse's in kill- ed throughout the Ughtmg against the Belgians so far amounts to fifteen thousand. CANADA "UrssiA London, Aug. 17.-A Reuter de- spatch from St. Petersburg says the Russian Emperor and Empress, Crown Prince Alexis and the Imper- ial Grand Duchesses have left for Moscow. "AUSTRIA' London, Aug. 17. The Austrian left London last night from Plymouth. From Plymouth he will proceed to Genoa on board a steamer 'placed at'his dspqsal by Great Britain. New York, Aug. German residents in Jamaica have been plac- ed under arrest, according to the captain of the ship Obidense, in port today from .lamnican ports. The Obidenso flies the Norwegian (lag. .New York, Aug. 17. A message from Santos, Brazil, posted today at Maritime Exchange, announces that the Hamburg-American steam- ship Santa Cat-harina of that com- South -American service, had been captured by a British cruiser. The message did not giro .the name. of 'the cruiser or mention to., what port the ship has been taken, Hull. England, cdp- taln of the British steamer Buffalo on his arrival here today reported that his vessel was continuously stopped -On the voyage.up -the North Sea the captain saw a number of German vessels taken as prizes by BrltUb, Halifax, N S Aug 17 Brit ish battleship Glory, of thei Eighth i altle arrived yesterday af- teinoon from Portsmouth fox coal. The Glory is a ship of tons She carries fourx 12-inch guns, 12 six-inch guns, and other armaments. H M S Good Hope left Saturdaj( evening for sea H. M. S. Aboukir thi( week for coal. Ottawa, Aug. of aft afl( tempt to wreck the Government Itss station at Saul.t Ste Marie oar Patricia Regiment Are Mobilized Ottawa, Ont, Aug llif-Vbt taw1 dred for the Prtnem Horse from Bdmonton, In, capital this morning dred memhtn ot the forco-watulted IU] Calgarr are expected to reach early Tuesday morrntng. BRITAIN'S NAVAL STRATEGY t f This map gives a good Idea ot 'he Admiralty s probable mov> againsk tho German fleet The German fleet unless i' skulks behind fortresses wjll probably fail to elude the British cordon ami compelled to Battle between th6 north coast of'scotrand the rocky ohorcs of Norway, ;