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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST THE LETIinRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE DISCHARGING A TORP13D0. FROM A.BRITISH DESTROYER- {v iifH' H. i v V1' 4 s j 5 U jii PL Off OlSiniAN DLVTKOiED Bl JU.ITJ II Y U 15 with crew destroyed A snbmirmo m appearance not unlike the one ilcstrojed by the Bri- tish cimser squadron it had attacked off the German The drowned rPROGRESSOF-THE WAR TOD AY'IN BRIEF'FORM I anose have, here from clgn office, sailed on the Cunard liner Some of them left there he- j Lacoma at in -the .aftcr.- f I fore the Japanese-- ultimatum was'nron. The Laconia soiled with her Solterdam-noriigec? here declare sent and two funnels painted to lock like a .h'it there is no foundation Jot ster- ies of.rbusc by'Germans. They say the best of .treatment is., accorded them everywhere. The casualties of 'the German published in the Cftlozne Gazette, give in detail the of the Germans up to August ward. The latter" have been.-treated Scandinavian American Imer, and her d sgustingly. One hundred and fiily other. Japan- ese are now making 'their way out of Germany, practically all of them be- ing en-1 route, -Nearly all of. them wure superstructure was painted brown. I ri IAJNAUA We'll Rally 'Hound the Old Flag, r Hoys, Once More. Haul up, Union Jack, my'lads, Let it Hoat proudly forth, For under it our fathers won These lands Sii'ilh mnl North; For under it our fathers sail'd The 9KS bolli Kast and West. No 'tis the gnotl old Hug 'Canadians love the hest. Ths "White" Cross cf St. Andrew rests .Upon its field The'laciigroutd of tiie firitisli Jack And British Empire, too, For-ayhcrrsoe'er that Ikig lias gono 'Twill ever bring to mind test iilood of tht1 Si-uUifcli race Was ii5ver behind. Tli3 red cross of St. Patrick lies Conjoia'd with Scotland's own. It shows the siniilarity Of Celtic blood and ione, The C'oltc love of Tin inhorn Celtic So Scots and Irish 'round the wcfld Btuitd ever side by side. And over all St. George's cross Is blazoned broad to The broadness of the English mind To either friend or foo. Ths bold red cross'd bars plainly tell Vi hat'has been ever clear, That hearts v.here'er they dwr.Il Ar never prone to -fear. T. Anderson. ton Hicks is holidaying at the Walertcn Lakes. .Mrs. Fis'i and; Florence, luv-? gene to Calgary to spen-I a with friends. Mr. and Mrs- W. R. Virtue and Jnve returned aitrr spending the week-end in Mp.clcod. Miss Hessley, who has bcrn visit- ing in Hat for the'past two rnrmths, hrs returned. and is with Mrs. A. JI. Hicks. Invititicos are: issued for the mcrrias.e of Miss Grace. Evelyn daughter of an'd'.iMrs. II. H. Biitr, to 3Ir. Edward Eugene Chand- ler nn third, at the bride's home, 807 Seventh Ave. Marshall 1slias Port Arthi'r to attend a meeting" 61 live brani'h of i-he Dcnald Co. ijr i Mr. and Fired JIcNally and ttcir Jack arrireii'Mn the c ty last Evening from where McNally has been Friday and Saturday 5 Big Bargains from our House Furnishings Dept Beautiful rich oolorod Velours for Hangings ami Draperies; tone oC rose, 'blue, light and dark greens, 50 inches wide, for .psr yard wG-w 100 only Rich Axminster Mats tiplendid variety of colorings designs fl? 4 gig Keg. for......3? Superfine Scrims. We special- ize jn these popular materials, iu colors white, Arab, ivory and ecru shade.' '86 Inches, Reg. 25c for, per yard.. 1 v? t? Ladies'..Ready-to Wear Ladies' Silk Poplin Under- skirts In colors' sky, navy, saxe and Paddy green', lengths 3S and 40 inches.' Keg. >j AQ 33.50. J..2dten' White Nainsook Night r oses in slip over and open 1'roat; and long sleeves trim- med with iace edging and yokes of embroidery. Reg. g? 4 fiE Special I Ladies' Waists, made of Eng- lish Vesting In strips antl floral designs, plain tailored styles. with roll collar and long sleeves. Splendid waist for early Fall wear, Regular Special Opportunity to Save on Shoes A special for the working man. Heavy Work Root from specially selected leather, black only. Regular fift Per pair fl Smart Boots for Ladies, black and tan; and Vici Kid; button and lace, size 4 only. Regular Children's Tan Button Boots: plain toe and easy last, sizes 1 to 3Vs. Regular Per S Men's Cotton and. Lisle Half Hose, good assortment of col- ors. Regular 25c gp 4 fjft li pair I Men's Balbriggan and Lisle Combinations, sizes 32, 34. 30 and 40 only, regular Heather Mixed Half Hose ih heavy Scotch. Fingering Yarn, all sizes, regu- Qf ft ft lar 35c, 5 S .UW Men's Smart Tweed and Wor- sted Pants, hard wearing fab- rics, neat designs. (g I 09. Good Eating for Little Money 1 pound can Monk Glass Custard Powder, assort- Q