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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 19M THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY THE LADIES' STORE Pkeoe 453 Acato Block NEW FALL COATS At the Introductory Sale N 'Handsome garments of the famous Nortlnvay -make and fai siipoi ior in styles and qualities of ma- tarials to showings of any previous seasons. A SPECIAL COLLECTION UNUSUALLY LOW IN PRICE flfl And equal to 00 and Garments of other seasons Made oi heavy, lioli materials hi the chocks .aid plaids as, well as the popular Zehejirie finish so much in demand this season. Great varie- ty of colois ami styles iu a complete range of sixes from 16 to 44 Jiuveaih. NEW CREPE egifs fjfs DRESShS In very latest styles Just to hand by exjirosB this morning .and very at- tractive in stylos and 'ma terisls, beautifully made throughout, perfect in fit and the best values for the mon- ey we have ever to show Colors are Navy, Copenhag- en, Taupe, etc.; sizeu 42.' All have tlio latest touches of trimming and are exclusive v.'lth thiH store. DAINTY NEW gZfl In Silk or Wool Crepe The very best styles Imvo ever had to show and muqh lu price than similar goods have been offered at other seasons. Low neck, long sleeves, drop shoulder; colors navy, black, sky, pink, tango, cream, beautifully trimmed with laces, cords, etc. All sizes; THE PEACEFUL (I) VALLEY OF THF MEITSE A re ibl Woody battleground A lies the peaceful Men e valley along which, tile armie are massing Namur is shown in the picture; Liege and Dinant also lie on. rtycr. DINANT ON THE RIVER MEUSE A good picture, taken-in Lime of peace, of the city of Dinant.. around which several large skirmishes between the opposing armies of the Germans and Allies havo taken place. Restored To Health by Lydla IL'Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound. Monlpelier, Vt have great faith in your remedies. I was very ir- regular and tired and sleepy all the time, would have cold chills, and my hands and feet would bloat. My stomach bothered me, I had pain in my side and a bad headache most of the time. Lydia E. Pjnkham'o Vege- table Compound has done me lots of good and I now feel fine. I am regular, my (stomach is better and my pains have all left me. You can uso my name if you like. I am proud of what your reme- dies havo done for me." MARY GAUTIHER, 21 Ridge Montpelier.Vt. An Honest DepcndabloModicino It must be admitted by every fair- minded, intelligent person, that a medi- cine could not live and grow in popularity for nearly forty years, and to-day hold a record for thousands upon thousands of actual euros, aa has. Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, without possessing great virtue and actual worth. Such medicines must bo looked upon and termed both standard and dependable by ovtry thinking person. H you havo the slightest doubt thatliydla 13. Pinklmm's VpffCta- We Compound will help toLycllaE.PinltlmrnMcdiclrioCo. ad- vice. Your letter bo opened, rend and answered by a woman, hoiM ati-ivt conildozico. GERMANS DRIVEN BACK AT TOURNA1 London Aug. 26, 4.0S dis- natch to neuter's Telegraph Co., from Ghent, says: "A violent combat raged at Tcurnai. the cannonading lasting from -1 o'clock j in the afternoon until 10 tfic next Workmen relate that the Germans wore drive'n back, and that the French flag was flying; at Orroir, in east Flanders. JAP AMBASSADOR LEAVING VIENNA Washington; D.C., Aug. Jap- anese Ambassador in Vienna placed his government's interests in Austria in the hands of the American Am- bassador today, and planned to leave tonight for Berne, Switzerland, accord- ing to official dispatches. Th'e mes- sage made no reference to a declara- tion of war oh Japan by Austria. GERMAN CAVALRY DIVISION ALMOST ANNIHILATED London, Aug. 26, 11.40 Paris correspondent of Router's Tele- graph Co. saya that a raid liy a Ger- man cavalry division in French terri- tory is reported by the Petit Paris- iennc, which' states that "when tlie Gcrmana nrrU-ed at four o'clock Tues- day morning ihey regi- ment of French artillery cally annihilated thfim... WHEN DID THIS HAPPEN? Washington, D.C., Aug', G-erman Embassy today received the following wireless message from the Berlin Foreign Office, by way of Sayville, Long Island "An Engiisn cavalry brigade has been repulsed at An English infantry division has been beaten off, with complete toyt of the division. Many prisoners tak- en- French official cohimunfca: tion of the 24th proves the-Feneh offensive on the Belgian line and the Lorraine frontier has. been ruined." MONEY ORDER TRAFFIC NOT 'YET RESUMED WITH GREAT BRITAIN Otta'wa, Ont, Aug. until rates of exchange arts on a more iicr- manont basis', will tho money: order traffic between Canada ,and Britain bo .resumed by tho post office depart-j oald Dr. Coulter, deputy post-, maslor-gcncral, today. "I can't name j a date for the resumption of the ser-{ vice." I can only say that with the pre- sent rates of-exchange wo should lose money 1C wo started the money1 order business." DON'T SWAT THAT FLY and leave thf! disease gerniiio be scattered through your house USE WILSON'S FLVMD8 and kill talh the iliet and Sold by all Dniggint and Groetri all over Canada. WAR Aart yet We forget To weep The honor is so great, Vfe say smile. We csn he brave and And'yet, oh let it he but a little while. And the summer sun shines down up- on the shields Just as in the bygone years But to sec the staining bat- tlefieldS, And my eyes are full oi tears. IVe arc sending our beloved to the We are giving to a cause we know is We are holding to our Honor with our might, And wa go insane for blood witli the War in sight. And ins summer sun shines down up- .on the silver shields, Just as in the bygone years And I seem to Sfe Gcri looking down upon the battlefields And think His eyes arc lull of tears. The whiles Above the miles Of wonder if He just serene- ly smiles. C. Allen. Miss Small, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. A. Perry. .Dr. Evelyn Windsor and Miss Mil- dred. Kerr, of Calgary, are guests with .Mrs. Charlss Morris, Strath- cuna. Court. Miss Hunter has returned from MOOSE Jaw, where she spent her va- cation. Mrs. K. T. Brymner has from a vfsit in Cranbrook. Mrs. J. W. Owen has returned from Banff, where she was the guest of Mr, B. W. McBann and family. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Fuller, oi Toronto, and Mrs. iPrcston, of Win- nipeg, who were guests with the Misses LSawden, left: for' ihz east" yes- terday. Mrs. Cochran andi Miss Ccohran who were guests -with Mrs. J, H Cheney, have returned to their home in Moose Jaw. MAY BE EN PACIFIC Battle cruiser Zealand at Eequimault cruiser presented to llic British Admiralty bv Zealand; tour around the YorW during which it visited Ltiqulmtutt B picture wap taken by a Canadian British fleet in the North Sea H went oil a C where This warship is be With the THE COUNTER INVASIONS OF AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA Mrs. J. Emerson-Hodgson is taining a few friends, informally this ning; in honor and Hi front. McKean, who. are j' the next contingent for the i south. Altogether, fourteen hundred Aiitries were wh rhf. according to tHe eiie'rgc-tic secretary, 0. "F; ITr- senhach, is conaiilerahly in advance of previous years. Monday devoted' exclusively to Hie receiving and arranging of ex- hibits. The directors were biisv throughout the whole day, and by evening eierything was in first class shape for Uie formal opening Ttmdav- morning. The outstanding feature of thf exhibition the great mUQbvc exhibfU from Stirling. and other neighboring .towns, this bring the localising of the fair and restrict- ing it to Raymond Stirling, Wejlmg and AUnuAoUT The rcfeiilts 6f this-'intibvatioti are "mofrb grtftlfy- ing, and no dnubt it will be contin- ued this schen-6 oi prize niom.v is for home circulation in- stead of being carried hundreds ot mljes distant. f Mfeks Brothers, Rtiy Knigbt, Mack V. CrnxaH and other 'we'll known breeder's 'eshibijed their strings ot horses, and the displky m 'this section most excellent, and from j brtught forth niatn compliments There j from the judged Srhith Brothers, of reason to think that a Germau arniv is alieadj in and thati Rus SouUt ttajmond, the gn.nd .n Poland 13 (or the present almost completely in thp hands flf the mvad for gram Arthur Ruthenlans and other foreign immigrants haifc Como to Canada j Jiahl nas the succfeisttil competitor COFFEE The Finishing To A Perfect Meal CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. ur ally keen. The big surprise grain and garden it was truljr a tt vela t ion, and exploded the of a total crop failure in the Tliis map How the Kusaluns ire inMdlng Mr. Rosenrblt I AiiHtrmua are invading Russian Poland from i from Austrian' Gallcla Mr 1 H Stedman, mayor of Mac-' in Mir. Stctlman i we-nt to sec his sop, Dr. W. Sled-] man, bcfoffc the latter, left to join his regiment, the at Edmonton. Jlfss Thompson, of Calgary, who was-a guest with Miss Hall, .has re- turned home. "Mrs Malcolm Young and daughter, Miijv have gone to Calgary'. for a week's visit. Mr RoFcn'-oil, of the Imperial staff, returned Monday from Vfeta's- where he spent the week-end at his home. Infant baptism will be administer- ed in Wes'iHy church at four o'clock next' Sunday afternoon, when parents are nsked to present their children for baptism. Clubs and Societies The monthly meeting of Wesley Sunday school board .of managers will be held on Thursday evening at 8 o'- clock, when a full attendance'' is ur- gently requested. The Women's Missionary society of Wesley church wiVl meet at 4 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, when .those In charge of fire to report. Tlie Ladies' Aid of the Christian COtQftEL'V. A. 8. WILLIAMS Adjutint General the Canadian miljtia 'wlib wlir. FoBiniand the mob- ilization camp, at Val Cartler. after routine Ivjjlntss had beeii irws- jictetl'a.'sot'lal ..time, was daintv refrBshments hcing served. Mrs. Oiftnidp liouse phone numijtr is iftittioail pi at TheiDoiiVhion Alhtrta Lodge No. I, nieSts iii the hall church will meet" h'hursday; evening o'clock vlwn Plchel 215 Tenth street, this afternoon j Rcljecca. degree wjll cooferred. who 'are tf. present. in the field compeHHota The vege- table display was fine; as the ladlts educational ex- liihit j 1 he judging competition uis mnst feature altio TOO lads, UrGfiibach''aod'p'Bl'ien. scored the with, the judges, I to Stti t'hey "-e almost I mentt il iinil an oral qui? brought 1 lorth intelligent answers from the houtig delighting the judged immrnssh llic pthe equall) di T (led In the in Uistrul building Biothtrs and the Hevmond NJfcrcan til? company have hcautHul dlJjplaysi; ________ also a nice exhibit from the Isllisp'ri MiH'ng company Boy Judges in tjie Live outuandinR elmt m t _. program iras the bucking I lontest m Hedge Cooper rf i ite Ktrkald) Kanch mas 1 lered ohf of tie wildest hroncboa T th' Todav thr lull program of laces nill DC rvin as the track will events vull be pulled ofl 'What is aske.d the dr.ugslat. 'Creahi lotion? deckle faltered the girl. "I couldn't ms Did Very Good Work Pa'yrrio Favored first tivo of annual fall exhibition wprc concliirtcd liist evening, ind fioTn evrrj viewpcant the dircctorntc have just right to be proud of the fan this season AH of the elapses nerc uetl filled, particu larly in the In e Stock fit ;ummer, where the compstitiOT was ciceptwn to know If vou hud an and. I wanteJ artificial'taii. Mrs. ShouIJice will t.aki: th'c topic OF Bg'LplUM ,pn Jonr 26i .6 j fieiitet'B Telegraph Co. that Field at the meeting of the WOIMH-S Mis-L, Von Der Qollz sionary society ot Wesley church ta5 iuilitary soveraor morrow __ Qf :pf ;nnd "prpcae'de'd 'to pout. The gqv-1 ernpr of Aix-U-Chaii- beeii'apiSiin'ted clill gflmihiB- The Women's Missionary society of Westminster church, ivili mrat io- morrmv' afternoon with Mrs. J. B. Gray, 151G Fourth. N. attendance is desired. A lull Every member of the Alexander fiit Chapter Imperial Daughters oi the Empire, is reminded of the im- rortjmt adjourned meeting at tour o'clock tomorrow in the Y. M. C. A. Dr. H. B. C. Thomson will hate Kqincfliing important to say, so be present to hear him. Tin Semper Pidclis class met in partonage last evening. There was sptenilid turnout; and trator-of WHAT Uondon, S'.iti "An it- tompt to tlov up of thi chief Lon- don "has led to i to'