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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUt TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor lot 11.26 Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD (WHEN IN TheDaUarHftcl ll and Mwrt -C MM Mir Dr. Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG (or eamplM ud convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, Ton obtain this food from the following Ellison Mining EH orator Oft, Lethbrldgw, Alto- Medicine Hat MtUias cine Hat, Alta. Taylor Milllns Melton. B. C. Milliot t Elevator Co., Aluu Elevator Co., AHxirU Paciio Qrain Co., Cur, Campbell. Wileoo tt Home, Alta. Grown Feed fi Produce Co., Calgary. Macdoaald Co., Alta. OjilTie Mlllins Co., Ltd., Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. 610 Eighth Street South. n Machinery, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Steel, in (act-everythtag made as good as-new, by the Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Give trial. Don't throw your broken machinery away. We can. small cost R. C. Manager. Following the "War Office announcement yesterday after- noon that a great battle was rasing from1 Mow, -Belgium, to'tta frontier of Luxemburg, the French, taking 'the in- itiative, details -were handed ouas-oT "The field- especially on the right, are betng conducted in a wooded coontry; consequently tbey are. difficult tie battle for the past few days lias beea f? aged along, a very extended front. 7hQ Dumber of effective men engaged it Impossible to follow the movements of each army step by step. wilV-liB-GttCBBsary to a'wait a de- thiB.flnt.tfiaM of-the combat; other- wise we WfiUkl in the position of Stomach Troubles Due to Acidity 80 SAYS -EMINENT SPECIALIST. SD-callefofltomach troubles, such as Indlgestioii, wind, stomach-ache and Inability to retain food, are in prob- ably nine out of ten. simply evi- dence that fermentation is taking place in' the food contents of the stomach, causing the formation of gas and achls. Wind distends the atom- ach, and causes that full, oppressive feeline sometimes known as heart- burn, while tHe acid irritates and in- flames the 'delicate lining of the stom- aciL1 The trouble- lies entirely in the 'lermentlag food. Sunn fermentation is unnatural, and acid formation is not only; unnatural, but may involve most sectoas conseqnences if not cor- rected. To stop or prevent fermenta- tion of the food contents of the stom- ach and to neutralize the acid, and render it bland and harmless, a tea- spoonJal of'Bisurated magnesia, prob- ably the best and most effective cor- rector of add stomach known, should be taken in a. quarter of a glass of Jiot or cold-water immeaiately after eat- ing, or whenever wind or acidity is felt. This stops the fermentation, and neutralizes the acidity in a few mo- ments. Fermentation, wind and acid- ity are dangerous and unnecessary. Stop or prevent them by the use of a proper aintacid, such as bisurated magnesia, which can, be obtained from any druggist and thus enable the stomach to do itc work properly with- out being hindered by poisonous and dangerous acids. JL P, P. supplying the press with divergent in- formation, the same time, we would risk giving the enemy valuable intelligence. Fighting in South "Our armies have resolutely taken the offensive -between the Moselle and Mons, in Belgium. A general battle is now being fought in upper Alsace up- on the'Vosges Mountains and along the river Meurthe. The main body of the troops is under the command of General Pau. These forces hold the front heretofore indicated. "These foces hold the front, rough- ly speaking, between; Badonyille and Luneville. An army from the' north of is approaching Neufchateau, and is attacking the German forces, which, have defiled through Luxem- burg, and are now upon the right bank of the Scmois. "Another srniy from the direction of Sedan has crossed the department of Ardennes, and is engaging the Ger- man army corps which has been pro- ceeding 'between the river Lesse and the river Meuse. "A third army corps from the neigh- borhood of Chimac is advancing to at- tack the German right between the river Sambre and the river Meuse. This. third army is supported fay an English army, which has come from the vicinity of lions. "The movements of the Germans Who sought to our left were followed step by step, and tkeir right now finds itself attacked by the left wing of our army, which is working in conjunction witb the English. Prom this side the battle continued vigor- ously for more than twenty-four hours, the field extending over the remainder of the front." Some Lines that are Right for Putting up Now CRAWFORD cate GREEN GAGE crate SILVER crate HUNGARIAN crate ITALIAN boxes, BARTLETT LARGE pound boxes. Fine for Chow Chew, special per box PICKLING CUCUMBERS AND SILVER SKIN tiie. A to arrive Wednesday or Thuraday. Lowest market price., RIPE bisket .............35c Office: Phone1271 THE GOOD GO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 MiD. 38 43 42 46 40 41 .10 34 Max. Lsthbrldge, clear 57 Ednioutou, fair 54 Calgary........... 62 Medicine Hat, cloudy.. 66 Macleod, clear.. 42 Rgil Deer, clear...... 57 Saskatoon, clear..... 54 Moose Jaw, cloudy 49 Regina, cloudy...... 46 41 .38 Brandou, cloudy..... 50 42 .28 Winnipeg, cloudy.. 62 46 .02 Port Arthur 02 46 Rain lias fallen, at most places in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The weather has been quite cool in all dis- tricts of the Prairie provinces. Forecast All fair and cool. Wednesday: Fair, with stationary or higher temperature.. CITY AND DISTRICT Good Singing at Mr, Pete "Murphy, who made his first appearance at' Starland yesterday more than came up to expectations of the large audience which turned out to hear him. Mr.-Murphy is the pos- sessor of a beautiful rich lyric tenor voice, remarkable la sweetness, range and power. Austrians Released from Bararcks "Are you a reservist? Do you want to go back and fight for These two questions, among others, are directed at the Austrian prisoners are discharged from the guard room at the locai barracks. A num- ber of Austrians, who .were ihcArcerat- ed here on minor charges, were re- leased this morning upon the 'Comple- tion of their-terms of sentence. All claimed to" have no connection with the army, and none wanted to retunv One man asked the police for leave to cross Into the United States, but was flatly refused. "If you attempt to leave lie was warned, "you will be arrested again." Cleared of Serious Charge The charge1 of false pretences brought against F. Judge. Gary has been withdrawn. Gary was charged with obtaining from Commis- sioner Grace by means of what was thought to be a worthless draft. Gary drew on his father for the sum, and the draft was endorsed by Mr. Grace, but came back unpaid. It appears that a misunderstanding existed be- tween Gary and his father as to Where the draft should have been sent. It has since been paid, however, and Gary is cleared of any stain or reflec- tion. The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full-Dinner' from 12 to 8 Pie and Ctfffee Short Orders at all hours Wheat Gradinq No. 1 Although Southern "Alberta's crop of wheat is not what it might be as regards quantity the quality of tha grain, as perceived from elevator re- ports, is away above the average. Jos- eph Parr, inspector of elevators for the A'iberta-Pacific Grain Co., who spent the past few days in the south, reports 'that at nearly every point where the company's elevators are in operation, the grain is grading No. 1, and is bringing from S3 to 93 cents a bushel. H. Harrison, a member of the Welsh threshing crew at New Dayton, in the city this morning, stated that R. W. Risinger threshed on Saturday, and from 135 acres obtained 1830 bushels o! spring wheat grown on summer fallow land. This is a yield of about 14 bushels to the acre, two bushels to the acre above the average yield of wheat in the United States. At 90 cents, this crop will bring ?1701, or an acre. I Royal North West I Mounted Police THE GERMAN BORDER Map showing lino of advance of the Trench forces into Alsace Lorraine. After taking AHkirch they advanced and took Muelhausen and arc now advancing further', north in an effort to SQCurt; u better position on the hills near Strassburg. Recruits Wanted Apply to the nearest Officer Com- manding, R. N. W. M. Police. Appli- cants must be between the ages of twenty-two and forty-five, and have certificate of exemplary character Term of enlistment: 1 year; Pay: per diem, rations, quarters and uniform found. The minimum height is 5 ft. 8 and chest measurement 35 inches. No payment will be made to any newspaper publishing this advertise- ment, without proper authority., .A. B. PERRY, Commissioner. R.N.W.M. Police. Nyal's Hirsutone The Antiseptic Removes Dandruff. Keeps the Scalp in a Heal- thy Condition. Stimulates the Growth of Knir.: Two 50c and The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Ill OF COMFORT THE COJfFOHT 01' YOUR SHAVE- depends greatly upon the con- dition in which your face was left after your last shave. Eexall Shaving Lotion is fine; to staving, be- cause it contains soolhiiig, heal- properties .that help make thelskin' soft, cool, free from irritation comfort- able. to .every man who has over" used it as razor or strop. Deliciously fragrant, dries quickly. 25 AND 50 CENTS Sold-only by The Store M TELEPHONE NO. 322 GENERAL BERTRAND PROMOTED Antwerp, Aug. 25, via official announcement today sets forth that Kins Albert Belgium has promoted Lieutenant-General Ber- trand to the rank of full general, as a reward for his excellent conduct be- fore the enemy. BUSINESS .LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to 8, 25 cents. Pie and Coffeu 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. ON CHARGE OF CARRYING BUR- GLAR'S IN- TENTION AS TO BRIDGE On the question as.to when a bur- glar's tool is not a burglar's tool, hiug- ed the.fate'of Herman Weirmeir, the man.who "was arrested on the river bottom on the night of August 17, and who was charged with carrying burg- larous tools with intent to commit an indictable offence. Weii-ineir appeared before Inspector Lindsay this morning at the barracks. L, M. Johnstone appeared in his be- half, the whole question before the preliminary court belug to determine whetliec. or not a packing case opener was a burglar's tool. Mr. Johustone maintained that the tool found on Weirmeir at the time of his arrest was merely a box opener, which was in no sense a-burglar's tool, unless the possessor was found using it in that The court held that Weirmeir's own CITY AND DISTRICT statement before he was arrested, to Sergt.-Major Huraby, that he intended using it for the purpose of annexing window casings from a deserted shack, was enough to warrant remanding the accused for trial, and this was done, although Inspector Lindsay intimated Try a Sack Then You'll Know Pure Milk and Cream WE CAN SUPPUY YOU WITH MILK AND CREAM FROM THE' BEST HERDS AND DAIRIES IN THE DISTRICT. PHONE 1632 THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. How to Destroy the Dandruff Germ BY A SPECIALIST. That the dandruff-germ is respon- sible for nearly all the diseases to which the scalp Is heir, as well as for baldness and premature.gray hair, is a well known fact, but when we real- ize that It is also indirectly respon- sible for many of the worst cases of catarrli and consumption, we appreci- ate l-he importance of any agent that will destroy its power. We are, there- fore, particularly pleased to give here- with the prescription which an emin- ent scientist states he has found, after repeated tests, to completely destroy tlio dandruff germ in from one to throe applications. It will also almost Immediately stop falling hair and it has in numerous cases produced a new hairgrowth, after years of bald- ness. This prescription can be made up at home, or any drurcist will put it up for you: i; ounces Bay Rum, 2 ounces Lavona de Composee, one-half drachm Menthol Crystals. Mix thor- oughly, and after standing half an hour Jt is ready for use. Apply night a.nd morning, rubbing it Into the scalp with finger-tips. It you wish it pArCHTiipri. 1, drachm' of your fa- vorite perfume., While this .prepara- tion Is not a dye It is unequalled for restoring gray hair to Us original col- or. Advt, that under ordinary circumstances the charge.'would not have been pushed. Counsel admitted that under the cir- cumstances the police were perfectly justified in placing Weirmeir under arrest. He was taken into custody under military law, and held on a criminal charge until a graver matter, the supposed attempt on the big bridge, had -been investigated, and Weinneir cleared of any suspicion. A statement made by Sergt.-JMajor Humby in court this morning, and sup- ported by Inspector Lindsay, indicat- ed that this stage had not yet been readied; but Inspector Lindsay told the Herald later that from develop- ments which have since transpired, he is practically cleared from any blame that might have been attached to him in connection with the theft of powder from the Chinook collieries, or the supposed contemplation of the at- tempt on the bridge. Weinneir'R O-.VT nttitudfi tends to iicate that he was absolutely inno- cent of any Knowledge of the exist- ence of the powder in the shack from which he intended taking the window casings. When accosted by Sergt.- Major Humby he made no attempt to conceal the box opener, and gave a perfectly clean bill of health. He had crossed the river, he said, for the purpose of getting some window cas- ings from an old deserted shack, some- thing whicht under ordinary circum- stances, would have passed unnoticed. The finding of the powder in the shack previously, by the po'iice, is said to have been responsible for the arrest, which Is justified on the part of the accused's counsel. YV'eirmier Is remanded for trial on the charge of carrying a burglar's tool 'frith Intent to commit an indictable of- He is not held under military law, nnr is there any other charge ag- ainst him. His good intentions are shown further by the fact that when asked for bail, anO. the court fixing it at two sureties of" each, which were immediately forthcoming, Weir- meir voluntarily came forward with his personal bond of without any request from the magistrate. PREPARING FOR CONCLAVE. TO SELECT POPE Rome, Aug. preparation for the approaching conclave to select a successor to Pope Pius X., the print- ing bureau of the 'Vatican is getting out mana which are to be distributed the Cardinals sho'wing each ono where hla apartments are to be locat- ed. Owing to their feebleness, aevera1 of the cardinals will be permitted to occupy rooms In the rear of the Slstino Chapel. As they must go to the chapel twice daily to cast their bal- lots, these locations will avoid the ne- cessity of. their climbing, stairs. Cardinal Farley, archbishop of New York, has reached Milan from Switzer- land. He IB expected at Homo tomor- row. Council Met This Morning The City-Council had a special meete ig this morning to talk over p'ians ir giving the local volunteer infantry- men a send off on their departure lor the front, but nothing was decided upon. Price of Booze Advances The price of'wines arid spirits have taken a; but the exact advances are not yet known. Local dealers are waiting word as to the customs and war duty, and until they receive this will not know how .much to boost their prices. They are going up, however, and spirits will probably cost at least 30 cents a gallon more, while wines will go away out of sight. At the Empress Brimful not only of 'thrilling .Inci- dent, but pulsating with human inter- est, "Officer being shown at the Empress Theatre, holds a prom- inent place in moving picture films. Although it is the old, old story of a woman beguiled by a villain's tempt- ing tongue, it is told in a fashion which gives it a novel interest. Pathos and heroism intermingled, give a fil- lip which makes the scenes depicted stirring. This is particularly notice- able in the climax where the betrayed husband, through fire, smoke and fall- ng waKs of a over a mine, rescues the child of his former wife, though at first his heart is against doing the deed. The conception of the story is strong, its vividness is powerful, and it makes up an attrac- tion which is compelling. Get Pasteurized Milk Saves boiling and kills all gsrms IT'S GOOD FOR-CHILDREN Ask your doctor The Lethbriilge Creamery Co.., Ltd. Phone 584 801' 7th St. South' Lethbriuge. LUDLOW BATTLE OFFICERS ACQUITTED Denver, Colo., Aug. twenty-two officers and men: of the National Guard of Colo- ratio, tried by court inartiijl on charges growing out of the Ludlow battle of April 20, were1 acquitted or. the findings made; public today. AUSTRIAN TRAMP STEAMER STOPPED BY BRITISH New York, N.Y., Aug. tramp steamer believed to be Austrian, was ir.ld up shortly after eleven o'clock today by a cruiser, supposed to be Bri- lisll, just outside New York harbor, according to observers at Fire Island. the Act Yes! Caught with the box of Kellogg's Corn Flakes. it would be a shame to scold them when they like it so well, and it's so good for them. Get the original. lOc a package ;