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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FROM SPECIAL FDITION ISSUED THIS MORNING 1S,000 AUSTRIANS ANNIHILATED BY SERBS � ISTish, Servia, Aug. 17, (Via London Aug. 18)-Tlie Austrians Iiave been .coi^pletely defeated near Sabac, 27 miles west of Belgrade, according to goJvf-ernment amiouucemeuts. They fled toward Loznitza, pursued hy Serviai lans, who cut up three regiments and captured fourteen guns. � ,, ' VICTORY CONFIRMED IN LONDON % London, Aug. 18.-The Servian legation has received the following telegram from the Servian premier, I^. P. Pachitcli: The Austrians were completely routed in the mountains near Sadac, and 15,000 annihilated.,: Fourteen guns were captured. - The Austrijfens arc fldeing in great-disorder tol-ierroj^ltiie rijy-er. Save and Drina, hotly pursued bv our troops. FIOHTING TURCOS HELPED IN THE ROUT Paris Auo-. 18.-The Servian legation has formally exprcc.bw^^.,u'-. J ]?oreign frdm Alsace relate that thfe Turcos, native-soldiers from the French possessions in Africa, who made their first appearance in the fighting around Mulh^usen are the onl^'- French troops clothed in Khaki, the color closely resembling that of the German uniform. The Germans mistook the Tiircos for their own troops uirt:il they wei-e close Up and fell upon the German entrenchments with a wild yeaL.,:::; ^��kI:.::l-:- ^ .  - � . . ai?LW I BLAMED FOR JAPAN^S AOION "Washington/ D.^;.,".Aug. 18.-Germany's viewpoint of Japan's ultimatum, for speedy withdrawal of German influence in China, has not yet been officially esplai_aed as ffi^ German embassy here is without information as to the: aefcuaI.x>i*esentation of Japan's demands.  - \ . But.foom'p^^ it is gathered that Germany's position is likely to be? aloiig the fblljowiii^^^^ Jap^n/^-agt|b|i^i^^ essentially a war move on the part of F]ng- lakd as'it "wasp^epbse and was not done on the spontaneous initiative of Japan. From the German standpoint, this is regarded as part of England's diplomacy in war times to cause a diversion from the main field of action in Europe. , . . CLEARING THE PACIFIC OF ENEMY'S SHIPS Shanghai/Aug. 18.-Two German cruisers have been disabled and taken into Hongkong. Oonfijmationof this:fact was received here todaj'-. The deck works, the turrets and the barbettes of the two cruisers were demolished and their masts and fimnels hiid..been sji^^^ Their sides were stained, with blood wMch had fan through-the scuppers. '  Ott^iag to the rigid censorship esta by the British, authorities at Hongkong, it IS iinpossibfe;^^ of the two German cruis- ers. Many Gei*man merchtthtme'n are Ijang intKe harbor at Hongkong. mm That the Germans are forcing their viray through Beigium Is indicated by the Brussels report that the German c^vairy 1� approaching the Belgian, capital. That measures for the de-. fence of Brussels are being hastened, and' that the~seat of the governntvent ha^ been removed to Antwerp. ' The British official press bureau announces that any action which Japan way take .Nagalnst' Germany vsdil not' extend beyqnd the China seas,-except for the' protection of Japanese shlp-Pjng. The British War Councilhas decid-. ed to exclude correspondents .from.' the forces in the fields, arid it announced that the' French War department intends to take the same action, and that probably war correspondents, in BelgEum will be ordered out of that State. The German Emperor, the Crown Prince and two other Imperial princes are now at the great fortress of Mainz. The Emperor's departure from Berlin for the front has evoked enthusiasm in the German capital. Several Austrian army corps, according to advices from Vienna have fnvaded Russia, and the Russian ad-. Vance in Gallcia has been checked. ..Brussels admits that the French casualties in the fighting between. Na-mur and Dinant were heavy, as the dermans were strongly entrenched, and their artillery played great havoc. The British official news bureau says that the French fleet In the IVIediter-ranean has made a sweep up the Adriatic as far as Cattaro. Four Au^ trian warships are reported to have been sunk. Montenegrin troops have crossed the Bosnian frontier and occupied the town of Tchinitza, after A fierce battle. They are also credited with capturing,eight Austrian blb^houses and ^veral villages. The British military and naval movements are still shrouded In mystery, -;A Brussels dispatch states that �^arp fighting has been in progress Ince IVIondaymorning. i Jhe Czar has decided to Join his iarhiy fn tHe;'fie!d and will remain j|^yitfe ttem'|tlf6'ughout the campaign. An engagement between a German warship and ai British warship is reported to have taken place off the Canary Islands, the German ship being sunk. A British cruiser has captured a German ship containing munitions of war. The German government, in a note to the Belgian government intimates that the'-Eiigians- had so brilliantly proved their, honor in arms that the Sei^ari---governrrtent,- after taking Brussels wduJd&e willing to conclude any arrangement compatible with the conflict between 'Germany and France, V^ERE THF. KRON PRINZESSEN CECELIE HAS OOCKEO l'll"�ik thou'�ai^d*'W.piee>l ^p C. Hosey, Box 3L Taber, Alta. 200-0 WANTKD-^Fdur good 'men' wanted; must ItavQ Utile, cash; motiey maker for right party. -Ap�!y aVSopcd. � No otlierithari hBStlfirs need ;apply,.,AjJto;, matlQ Hose Coupler :Go...?-Ia4d� Room 117, i|gi;Iobivva(ldg.i:^-C'i:^;;;^^ . UUBB iliW.a-. . ; .;� ' McNAlit^-i^'il^^ Block. >inej ..... Barber Trade. Bight weeks required; positions ;or locations secured 'as soon as cpiiipiStent; gradua.tes make big Trinnmr-.''nwfn'iftffiift*-';.aud tomis fre.c. 604A, . Penlre , - -202-0 raoney;-'catalogue' Moler Barber College, St., Galgafy; -' lAMAWANT.Aa- tCopi/right, mi, by De Forest Porter.) ' WANT ADS. 25 Words, 25 cents an insertion. Six insertions for the price of Four. SITUATIONS WANTED J WANTED-r^Scotoh"'; widow with "girl' ?' years-desires houspkeeperls situation in t(Jwnor coiuit^,. ranch or,..tarm preferred; good cook. Address Mrs. I. B.j'., Box 1149'POst Office, .Calgary.- Albertfe . ^...........M^-Z^. WANTBD^W^l-k of any kind By a J steady married man; will do anything. Apply Wm. Clelland. 737 16th Street North. 177-0 lOc EMPRESS 15c 11 SERIES "The Adventures ofvKatlilyii" TODAY TO RENT-Comfortable house, for one or two gentlemen. Apply at 1210 3rd Ave. A South. 207-6 TO RENT-Two .nicely iurnished rooms, well ventilated, in private house, all modern. I'rices reasonable. Use ot Phone. Apply 1238 7tli Ave, South. . 206-^ TO R^NT-Cottage, modern,, up-to-date, centrally located,. $15 per mouth, immediate possession. King. 543, C. C. Pagnuelo Co. 205-0' TO RENT-^I^our roomed house in good repair. City water; only $6 per month to good tenant. -Apply North L�thbridgo Realty Co., 414 13th St. N. Phone 535._ 205-6 TO RBNT-Eight room house; all modern improvements. Moderate rent.. Apply Standard Securities - Company, Suite 115, Sherlock Bldg. 204-0 Map showing. Bar Harbor,. Maine, where the Gorman treasure vessel carrying over ten.million dollars has docked. It was only after shrouding the vessel In canvas to prevent any lights telng seen; that the vessel -was able to get back to an American port without being captured. and would evacuate Beigium as speedily as war conditions permitted. The Belgian government replied on August 14, again refusing the German proposition. The British cruisers Drake find Good Hope are nov/ on duty off the Atlantic coast, according to an announcement by the British Consulate at New York. The Drake will remain on patrol duty between New York, Bermuda and the West Indies. With the five other cruisers already there, the Good Hope will go to Halifax to await orders. _ The Russian Emperor will sign a proclamation at an early date giving the Jews in his dominions equal civil and political rights with his other subjects. The Japanese cruiser Idzum'o is trailing the German cruiser Leipsiz, now coaling at San Francisco. The Idzumo, it Is expected, will guard the trans-Pacific travel routes. , She Is more than a match for both the Leipzig and the Nurnberg. The British Army Council has decided not to ailovv any war correspondents to accompany the expeditionary forces for the present. Some passes had been issued, but these were revoked. In a letter announcing its decision, the Council says the French army officials have decided not to allow any correspondents to accompany their forces. Gerniany has taken similar steps to prevent any military movements leaking out. The war risks Insurance office, effective tomorrow, wiii reduce the rate on cargo insurance from four to three guineas per cent. A shipment of more than 600,000 bushels of grain to England In five British steamers will be made from^ Montreal during the coming week. Details of the British expeditionary force, under Field-Marshal Sir John French shows the force to be composed of three army corps, each comprising two divisions, and there Is an extra cavalry division. Washington.-The CJnited States is now caring for the diplomatic interests ot Russia, as well as other belligerent powers of Europe, TO RENT-IsTl 3rd Ave. , S. Six rooms, will put in bath if necessary. Immediate posse.'ision. The Dowsley-Mulhein Land Co., Sherlotck BulHihg. Phone 544. 205^6 TO RENT-5 roomed fully modern cottage No. G28 12th Street. $1G per month.' Apply N. B. Peat & Co., Room 5, Macdonald Blk.' 203-0 TO RENT-5 room fully modem cottage on street car line; close In. Enquire 134 16th St. N.  Phone 334- or 362. - � 196-0 TO RENT-ICO to.480 acres in one block of good irrigated land in Coal-Idale district on very liberal terms. Apply Box 17 Herald. . . 198-0 TO ItENT-Seven roomed modern house with gas, in good condition, 3 doors from car lino. $25 per month to. good tenant. Apply Box 32 Herald. . 196-0 FOR RENT-Biiildlns now occupied by Western Tinsmithing Co., firs, door north of Herald. Ready now. Apply at Herald ofllce. 188-0 TO UE-N'T-I'ully mOdpm .houses, all painted and papered since ..last occupied. Larpe garden plot .'pcmer-'7lh Ave. and 12th St Stfe .ow,ncr,;D. H. Fltnn. Fiione 49(1 or 1523. ' 132-0 TO ItENT-712 ISrd St South, seven rooms, fully modern, furnished or unfurnished; gara.eo, very. desirable property. $40 per month furnished. Will Hive lease to right party. Apply' N. B. Peat & Co., Room 5 Macdonald- Blk. Phone 570. 193-0 TO R.ENT-1245 oth ATe.- South, 7 rooms, fully modfirn, hot water boat--ing, good lawn and trees, also stable and clricken house;. $30 per, m'orith; will give lease. Apply N. B:^Paa|; & Co., Room '5, Macdonaia Block: Phone 570. -  193-0 LOST-jfOU3tI3 .i'OR SALE-Furniture (almost new) ot cpttage 937 7th St. S., including sewing machine, dining table and chairs, stove, heater, douh'le bed and cot, rockers, carpets, linoleum. Cottage also for sale or to rent. Apply only 1018 12th St. S., Phone 1418. 207-6 FOR SALE-Spring harness, buggy and Apply .409 3rd St. S. wagon, double single harness. 205-6 FOR SALE-Cheap, two good second hand organs. $5.00 per month. Mason & Rlsch Ltd. 205-6 OR. W. 8. OALBRAJTH-PhySloUn, Surgeon, Acooucber. Hours 8-8; m,-aj|��^tfAveftUe.;------ i-PhysliHilaKsur- geon, AccoucliOT.?i(. lis |oA%'*'>*,7th : Thnrtt:.Dbn.i>>ion �jriiBtr- and ______,________^JdltiS.- Office lJ6uS�..9;J(iJ;5ii>*4^^ by ibeVVbf Col-. ,ii'rtonH. Al- ______.., , . .��.ert�ik. Bldg. [ PRlVATla HOSPITAL ) PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mnu Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Horns. 704 SUth A�enue South. Phone 74�. _ KINDERGARTEN MI8S ANNE PORTER will open a private kindergarteti :ioi a limited numlber !o* ichlldreh,!hetween the ages bf four Siid Six years. A Kindergarten Musical Course will be Included. Junior and. Intermediate pupils for piano vrill also be accepted. CaU or write 1211 5th Ave. South'on or before Sept. Ist. 207-0 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases), and cnarges according to the circumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nursing Mission, 1414 7th Av�nae South. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A. MacKay, Hrad. Nurse. (Miss) J. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse. MONUMENTS If you are considering the purchasing of a monument,, see us before yiju decide. Beat stock, best designs and best prices. Lethbrldge Monumental .Works 8th St. Soutti; R. Needs, Manager. FOR SAIJS-One good second hand upright piano, a snap and easy payments. Slason & Risch Ltd. 205-0 Ff>K SAJ-.ii:-Aifaif-d, $13.50; tlmothy-Altalta mixture $14; Timothy $15.00 f.o.b. Lethbrldge. Every bale guaranteed by the growers through their own sales office. Farm Products Ltd. W. Lloyd,  Manager. Phone 1017; Residence Phone 365. 200-0 FOR SALE-Piano for $100 spot cash. Would give terms at a higher Ogure. First class condition. 414 13th St. South. Phone 1102. 210-0 BOARD AND KOOM FOR REr?T-For a good room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, Eliower Oaths, p'.unge. etc., apply T. M. C. A. 24-0 BOARD AND ROOM-:Modern conveniences; 55 per n.'eek. Apply 834 7th St. S 95-C For Sale or Exchange WANTED TO EXCHANGE-Real estate in various locations or oil stock In several different companies for motorcycle ost offlce on Main street, Coronation. H. (S. Northwood, Coronation, Alberta. 210-6 LOST-Ladies' small gold watch, closed case, between subway and the Steam Laundry. Finder leave at the Herald office. ' 206-Ox LOST-Gold chain bracelet in the vicinity of 11th St. and 7th Ave. South Finder please return to 'Herald office. 208-6x 4th LOST~Gn 14th St. S. ibetween, and 5th Aves., auto Weed chain. FlnA er will kindly advise Standard Garage. 210-2 PROPERTY FOR ^.ALE FOR SALE-Seo the lots' fatin'selllsg In North Lethbrldge, $100,each,dose to Westminster. cash, $5 month ly. Money to loan for building. This is your opportunity. W. M. Glllelan, 1222 Tb.lrd Ave, a 165-0 PRAYING ^ Of AH Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-e. �>HONES si;., 'r � ' P. R. Freight Shstfs Office .�. t 11M oH\e� t I .4^ StBblea I 1M4 Steamstiip Ticket Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamers Allan Line Royal Mall Steamers, French Line to Havre. White Star New York and Canadian service. Cunaid Line, New York-and Canadian ser.lce. Canadian Northern Royal Mail Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow, Nor'f-b German Lloyd. ' Hamburg Ainerlcan and all other Lines. Largest and. Fastest Steamers; cheapest faaes; direct sailing. Antwerp and Hamburg conhections, Czer-monltz, Krakan and all other Continental points. Buy your tickets where you get your train. C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbtidge. r PRIVATE SCHOOL 1 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL-Cfan-brooh, B. C. Headmistress, Miss V. M. Cherrlngton. Boarding school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. .Full High School curriculum. Shprthamd, Stetiography and Bookkeeping, Write tor pros. pectus._ . 138-fl WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES- Wholesale and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and straw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods, etc.. cellar space for rent. Hyde .and Saunders, corner 2nd Ave. and 12th St. S. P. O. Box 1127. Phone 1244, THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., LTD.. FOR SERVICE ' We find the steriographer that suits the position. We find the position that suits the etenqgrapher. ; Adding and-Subtracting Typewriter (The complete machine.) 'Remington No.rrli. (Its convenience and simplicity Is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. (has the only Column Selector.) . ^ Monarch (wonderful fdp its light shift and light touch.) �'- Smith-Premier (The machine with a key for each character.) Remington-Junior (Has a marketfind field of its own.) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON DURABILITY. ^ Everything in Typewriter Supplies. ^ A. J. PASSMORE, Salesman-Acadia Building, Lethnridge, Alberta. I_MONEY TO LOAN | MONEY TO LOAN-On well Improved farm lands. Alberta l