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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fACE TWO THK LETHBRIDGES PAtUl AUGUST S7 CONTINUED -FROM FRONT PAGE EXTRA SAILING, MONTREAL-BRISTOL SS "Uranium- Saturday September 5th, Daylight Snoclallv chartered bv Canad.au Carding one 55o 10 All rooms outside One and three berthed rooms Main deck amidships -his steamer has up to date Dining Snloon Music Room Sheltortd PromenadTlSL aul carries to attend ladies and children. No Steerage. For full Information apply any Rail or Steamship Agtnt, or A. H. DAVIS, General Main St., Winnipeg. was built at Govari iu 1900 and her horsepower gives her a speed therefore, had the I Box of 20 knots The German', heels of her, and. it is likely enough that it was -accurate ,-siinfire that stopped him wnllo jiobsibli the tw'o torpedo tubes of the Highflier had 1 something to do with the final tragedy. The Highflier carries an armament of eleven 6 huh guns and a mimSer of lighter weapons: She has a comnle meut of 456 officers and mon as h ope cuild ago a sears Apply u 'nursing references given; .terms reasonable .Mrs. M. A. Mason, Warner, Alberta to experienced steno ripti-i-l? the cltv Would flu during holidnjs lor Mammoth School at tor flrst nnd for ana class certificate par teaching month About 20 pupils good school equipment Board uearbj R O vos, soc treas Rajmoud, Alta Phone 101, UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA WINNIPEG offers a course leading to the de "ree of Doctor of Mediclnt, mth facilities for clinical work m con nection M-itn Winnipeg General Hospital that are surpassed m few medical schools on tie continent; and courses -leading to degrees in CIVIL ELECTRICAL AND ME CHANICAL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE Also courses in ARTS, SCIENCE, LAW AND PHARMACY For information as to. terms of admission, details of courses, fees, apply to W. J. SPENCE, REGISTRAR, lUnlversity.of Manitoba, Winnipeg. LillE WHS 101HE CONCLAVE TO ELECT POPE GOES STEADILY FORWARD CONTINUED FROM FMNT_ The Belgians fought for two days this officer say and there is stir r _ Fully modern en room hous juil U tion Tth phone A IT Hu IKit-jrtS TO Kh N Ono rooip House with ivn ttr on toraer lot In North rent iier month Aiply Bos 11 Hei ild prepirations r is to cloosc i sue i large force of Germans before Namur. The foregoing dispatch is in contra- diction to the dispatch from Berlin, e oath of secrecv concerning everything Associated Press_, vta SaynUe rdatmg ,o the conclMe sister of Pope Pius who v, as prostrated her brother's death Possagno; -TO SCOTLAND, ENGLAND IRELAND. Low rates, good service One claat cabin 557.50; third-class, closed cabins, SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL. SS. "ATHENIA" Sept 26th, Oct. 24th SS Sept 5th, Oct. 3rd, Oct 31st SS. Sept. 12th, Oct. 10th. Nov. Tth. All information cheerfully fur- Dished-by authorized agents, or LIDMAN, General Agent, Ph.: M. 5312. 349 Main Street, Winnipeg. received by wireless this mornin_ _v. which declared that all the forts at nlm D% Namar had fallen, and that Longw> had been captured. 'GERMANS CLAIM NAMUR FORTS FELL Bei'.in, Aug. 27 (to- wireless to the 'All the forts at Namur have fallen, and Longwy, near the Luxemburg border, has been captured after a resolute de- fence. The French forces which at- tacked the German Crown Prince's iarmy have been repulsed, tipper Al- snce is free of the enemy, except at points to tie 'westward of Kolmar. The Tageblatt correspondent writes that Namur was bombarded with how- of thirty-one centimetres, by inortars and by one forty-two centi- metre howitzer. He says he could I plainly hear the shells striking the forts, and that every one was aston- jisned.at the German guns The Tageblatt's. correspondent de- scribes the desolation that reigns in the villages and small towns between Liege and Namur. At the to'wn. of Herve, only nineteen houses remain standing.out of five hundred. Those remaining- -carry placards expressing svmpathy with the German soldiers and asking that they be not fired upon. The success of. the German arms, in Rome Ajg t1 e conclave w----- to the late Pone Plus n tinued-here yesterday. Tha sixih con- gregation of tile cardinals was and several newly-arrived membars of the Sacred College took part in'it. Among the new arrivals was Card- inal Cavalcanti, archbishop of Rio elro. The Cardinal said .lie hail already jailed for horns -from. Eurose, when premises on Third Uenue South now occupied toy lul lef g( ftorj riock 217-0 --_ lease rooms must be modern preftnbh n 'u sis lease tor one or two children M-iil particulars and lowest rental to 37 Hwald 'FURNISHED In Southavd SITUATIONS VACANT 1 general sen ant able to jiociern Europe: Causes and Issues 'S I the _TOS of the s death reached up __ t Under new manigement From >10 31 'reless Bt the use of the ro mOLcrn S roomed of The Great War.1 trations price reess the Curflmal In'stoie. (summoning another steame, lo he tran ferred at sea and to the continent. The congregation esterdav took- th N B Peat S. Co, Room 5, Blk. TO room fully modern co tagc oj street car line close in En MISCELLANEOUS "WANTS] WANTED TO good farms on crop payment plan Require tint same be fenced and at least acres broken per quarter Give full particulars in. first letter as to location amount broken and state lowest price have full. particulars at once, deal with owners 6nK Bos Medicine Hat, Alberta Must Will .1040, PRIVATE H08PITAU Mre. Van Haarlem s .Private HoBplial ana Mate-nit- Home 704 Sixth South Phone 746 MISS ANNE PORTER will open a prl vate kindergarten for a limited number of children between the ages of four and six years A Kin derfiarten Musical Course will be included Junior and Intermediate pupils for piano will cepted Call or write 1211 5th Ave South on or before Sept 1st 5x7 or larger view-cam era. Address Box 10, Herald. tiuire 134 16th'St N 362. rentier tho winter months modern rooming house, fur- nished consisting of lo or >0 rooms ce.itrall> located Applj Box ol Her- ald buy cattle. Parties hav- ing stock to sell address letter to Box 26 Herald office stating kind price number and post office ad barrel gun.o'.must be good make and in good condition, and cheap for cabh Particulars to Bos 24 Herald office TO ;to 4SO actes in one block of good irritated land in. Coal- district on lib ru torn s Apnlv BON li Henld rout bv experienced farmer, irrigated farm, all or part in hay preferred Mlress 4 Jensen Rajmond Alta QUITS FROM FRONT P-iGE OCCUPY i FRENCH CITIES tiqns on the river Sered, an affluent j Aug 27. 3.10 dls of the river Dnieper. _ patch received here from Ostend says "On August 24 the commander-m-1 Oermang uave occupied LWe, Ron- chief reported to his Majesty an and Valenciennes, all in. France, count of a brilliant encounter of a j squadron' of tne Nijagorodski Dragoon j AEROPLANES IN FIGHT iRegiment, which attacked a detach-' AGAINST. BRITISH ment of German scouts of seventy j Refugees from the scene of the picked men, under the command of an j Of the fighting around Jlons, Belgium, i tome 01 unenua auu .01 officer. Six Germans were taken jrls- j report that air men took a prominent signed his commission in the Austro- oneru, tie rest were Wiled. The RUE- part in directing the German artillery, j Hungarian army at the outbreak ol ,u roomed ILOI era house gas m good condifiou 3 doors from car llnu. S25_ per.montl 19" good tenant, alo. Bot 32 Haf WANTED TO modern small cottage or house on south side hi flrst'class condition, reasonabl" rent Iso children Owners only n -i Mprnlfl Office FOR B occupied leululcu tu juj J? IJlt KlLlN is attached to a special by Western TinsmltMng .firs train and hurried towards this city. [door north of Herald. Ready now. Apply at Herald offlce. AUSTRIANS TO FiGHT WITH BRITISH -A to the Mis- 7th': Avenue South. Phone 12S3 (Miss) A M Tlllsy, Supervlsi- (Miss) M A MacKay, Grad Nune (Miss) J Mackenzie Grad Nurse DRS. MARRS AND Jo Dra Stewart and Clure Hours 9 to 8 Offloe, flto- Inbotham fflook. -.Phone DR, t. G njeiT ber of Royal College of Surieou, (Eng> Licentiate Collpca ot Phyelclana LOS, ilM Houn 9-18; 15 Odlce Mi Poat Office Block; VIA VI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI 'COMPANY (The Natural System' of .Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number-15 Hull Blk. Houra 4 to 6 p m dally, 10 to 4 Saturday or tjr appointment Miss E 8 Cook SURVEYING P. HAMILTON, and Alberta Lande Surveyor: Irriga- tion ft Hydraulic Engineer Room' t and 6, Whitney Block. P. QJ Boi H57 Phone 1042 j( DUFF EOWARDS-r4Wni M lid ward! BASc Domlnjon and Al berta Land Surveyor Donald A. Duff, C B blue print Ing, civil engtncerini; and land sur- veying. Suite 205 Sherlock Letnhrldgp A'.ta. AUCTIONEER W. L and Licensed Auctioneer. of ail kinds conducted ternm. Live stock farm Bales a iptclalry. Office at the Wilson Kurnltiire Co., 4C4 ,i3th .St. .Nottli. Phone 1023.' Residence Phone 585. Downtown office 'at the Let Weyburn Pho" PIANO TKITION I PUPILS FOR Kay. 1401 7tn Vorth t WRS. W. H. ot Piano, Harmony and Thebiy. Pupils prepared .'tor Royal Academy and College of Music, Lbndon.v or -Toronto .Conservatory- exams, tf .de- sired. Studio 1226 5th Avenue -A, South, .Lethbridge. FOR One Mason t Hlsch piano in latest design of case, in tiful mahogany used hut short 'time. for some one and easy pay- A snar, ment __ Uxbrldge piano, organ li octave, good as new; cheap and on easy payments. Mason liiseh Limited. FOR wagon, doable ha-iiess, buggy and single Apply 109 3rd St. harness SPECIAL lots in one block on water and sewer, Sth Ave., west of 13th St., 'block S, cost 'J3000 this year; will take S2000 for same; must sell. Apply .1212 6th Avenue FOR laying hens, Me rach; ?4.50 tlie lot; two S. C.' White Leghorn Cocks 52 each. Emmerson, 13lf 19th St. N. TO S33 and 15th St. N., 5 rooms Jier month; weeks ego to Princess -Adelaide of Burgess, 423 llth St. S. St. S. Apply -Mrs. FOR Itlmcai gau have gone forward with the idea they had nothing more to fear from the Belgian army. If the allies can hold their own at the front, says the correspondent, it is certain that German communication i with their base can be cut at any mo- j ment. In fact, their seems to be i up in the air. It has no support, and everything has been chanced on a vie- i tory for the advancing army, which is travelling fast, carrying its own sup-', them with Saxe-Meinengen, was married on lion Posen. The Germans are reported as pjjes a7ui supplementing having retired .to Osterpde .in east Prussia. A merchant arriving in- Lon- don from Berlin is credited with the statement that the trains are bringing many" refugees to the German capital from 'Konigsberg. Which city, he de- clared, civilians had been advised to leave. TODAY'S OFFICIAL RUSSIAN ADVICES st Petersburg, Aug. 27, via London, 5.25 following official com- munication was made public here, to- day: offensive, both in east Prus- sia and Galicia, developed increasing success on August 25. The Germans hastily retreated everywhere toward Konigsberg and Aflenstein." levies on the surrounding country. METHODS USED BY ZEPPELIN AIRSHIPS i The method used by Zeppelin air- 1 ships in dropping -bombs lias been de- scribed as follows, by an English re- fugee who has just arrived here from Belgium: "The dirigible hovers over, its ob- ject, at a sufficient altitude to keep it out of range of the enemy's guns. At the same time it lowers a steel cage attached to a steel wire rope, two thousand or three thousand feet SAFETY long. This cage is divided into com- partments, and it carries one man, whose duty it is to thrown down the nombs. The cage is sufficiently strong to make rifle fire against it ineffect- ive. ami because of its siml! size and the' fact that it Is kept constantly in motion, It is very difficut for heavy guns to hit It." CITY OP ANTWERP QUIET- TODAt Washington, D.C., Aug. 27. Official GET YOUR CANADIAN .HOME FROM THE. CANADIAN PACIFIC An immense area of the most fertile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices, ringing from ill to per acre tor non-irrigat- ed lands and ?S5 to 575 per aero for Irrigated lands. Terms. one- twentieth down, balance in 10 an- nual instalments. Loan for farm development up.to also re- pa-aMe, in 20 years. Interest at only, t) per. cent. For full particulars apply to WILSON SKE1TH, AGENTS DEPARTMENT -Or MATLTRAL RESOURCES; Canadian Pacific F.silway Lethbridge, Alberta. trScs. bmlrnom and living room. Apply Room 1, Kirhham Blk.; Phones 556 ami 1030. roomed modern iw rti-i-. i house, sir, '.'.ih St. S., suitable for rooming purposes.. Reasonable to re- sponsible party. Apply R. V, Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block, Phone 1191. Fijinished TO KENT suits, overl housekeeim Gait Gardens; bath, FOR few first class young milch cows, also alfalfa hay; will ex- change hay for stock cattle. S. S. Dunham, Lethbridge. FURP.NISHED most comfortable, witli best outlook In city. Suitable- for two. Mr. .Smith. Room 3, Union Bask Building. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Chapman, Wilton Dixon, Oliver Bail- G-eorgc Addison, George Scheer, Frank Hutrhms, George Macleod, E. J. Kendall, (eight years D.C.O.. Lan- Harold Qrady, (one year Al- herta Aleck James MoBtide, Avcrv, S. C. Ren- ton, T. G. E. .C James. McDonald, J. Graham, cia Waishi reports from Antwerp to tho Stste de- partment today say the city is quiet, but that communication has been cut off from all. pointn, 'except Ghent and Bruges, and certain points on tlie coast AUSTRIAN AMBASSADOR RECALLED FROM TOKIO Tokio. Aug. 27 Aus- trian Ambassador, Baron Mullor De Szentgyprgy has been recalled. tadiip Met ife SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mall._St4amcri Allan Line Royal.Mail Steamers. French Line to Havre. White Star New York and Canad- ian service. Cunard Line, New York and Canad- ian service. Canadian Northern Royal Mai) Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anr.hur Lino to SlaESOW. N'orlli German Lloyd. Hamburg AuiOncuu aud fail other Lines. Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant. werp and Hamburg connections, Czer- monitt, Krakan and all other Contin- ental points. Buy your tickets where you gel your ti'aln. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridjje. I For Sala tir Exchange WILL "acres''ol No. 1 improveil land near Gladstone, with or v.-illiout horses and machlcrry :ir shi'-t'p or cc.Ule. Goo. A. Young. or sheep in ex- chanze for 3 Edmonton 'lots, val- ue 51200. For full particulars write W. L. Cannon. es- tate in various locations or oil stock in several different companies for motorcycle (twin cylinder preferred) or small car, must be in perfect con-, dition. Write giving full particulars 111 first letter; a square deal assured. Box 440 city. gun, No. 1% Grade double barrel, ejector, 12 30" .barrels, full choke, first class condition. Heavy orange lea- ther case to fit. Outfit cost 567.50, will take 540 cash! Can be seen ft, Stafford Block. FOR .shop, two chalra Ip on main street ot good live only tov.-n. Terms easy by the week; snap if taken at once. "Apply Boi 25 Her- ald ofllce. FOR' prime cows and heifers; 15 fresh and springers, bal- ance due April and May. .1. W. .lolm- ston. Tater, 17-8-15. rujv electric iron, one meat grinder and a large quantity of fruit jars. Apply Mrs. G. A. Delany. C21 llth St. S. 213-0 FOR (almost new) f cottage ,937r 7th St. Including ewing machine, dining table; and hairs, stove, heater, doucle bed and ot, rockers, heater, double bed and ot, rockers, carpets, linoleum. Cot- also for sale or to rent. Apply inly 1018 12th St. S. Phone 215-6 W. J. Lloyd, Manager, teaidence Phone 3fi5. the evening of the 21st, n irold cross near llth and Cth or 7th 7u-e. S. Finder will'bo rewarded If returned to Alexandra Hotel. 214 m's Transfer Phone 1386 Gpnful and Prompt Service MONUMENTS-- Jf jou .ue considering th" purchas iny of..a monument, see ;us before von Best stock, best de- signs and best- prices, Lethbridge 3th St. South. R. Needs, Manager. CR1P.PS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ repairer: 20 years-factpry. experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT-. Assn. London, Engia'rid.; ReferenceUo the leading musicians of the .city.: Phone 1158. 1253 Gth Ave A South... PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR two good lots Sth St S., in Alexandra Addition, one block 'from sewer, water and light; price for the pair; good terms can be arranged. Apply Box 35 Her aid office. FOR owner, choice half section 22-7-18, 10 miles'N.E. Stirling, 3U miles north Judson Siding; all fenced and level; 100 acres ploughed. Will sell at sacrifice. Send me air offer J, Daniel Stuwe, 1436 W St.. Washington, D. C. BOAHD AND ROOM ROOM AND a private home, modern conveniences. 410 9th St. S. Apply PIANO TUNING UNDERTAKING Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Soraerville Marble Granite Works, of Calgary. Office-.opjlOBlte Court House. Phone- 561. Resi- dence 284 7th S. Phone 1176. Open day and-night.' "3 Y. Director nnrt 'Embalmer. 411 5th Street South, Phonn 1802. night or day.' .PRIVATE SCHOOI. KING EDWARD'S! broc'.f. E. C. Headmistress, Miss'V. M. Cherrington.A .Boarding .school for g-irla and young- boys.; 'Bracing mountain climate. Full. High ;_Schtiol curriculum. anil Bookkeeping.. ..Write for .pros- TiRctns.________ WHOLESALE FOK a good room with a'l modern- .conveniences, steam heat Ehower, Oaths, nliinge; etc M. C. A. apply T. BOARD AND con- veniences; .55 ner. Apply 834 7th St S ROOM- AND 31S 6th Ave. A S. Mrs. M. A. Devlne. 518.50; timothy- mixture Timothy t.o.b. Lethbridge. Every bale guar- anteed by the growers through their own sales office. Farm Products Ltd. Phono 3017; and saddle, good driving mare, butgy and harness; 1 voimg mare and 1 cow. W. Adams, Coalhurst, south of mine. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited f. R. cneft Office I Office, i I. ttablee I HAY, GRAIN AND and retail All-'varletles of hay. alfalfa, blue "Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay .and etraw. Mixed "carloads a specialty. Storage for' household gobda, 'etc., cellar space for rent. Hyde and Saundp.rs. corner Ave. and 12th Kt R P O. Box MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO well ed farm lands. Alberta Loan In- vestment Co., Alb'erta Loan- Building, ith Street South.. Phone fACCOUNTANT V D. of stitute of Chattered Accolintants'61 England and and ofrtho In- tuto of Accountants In Alberta. Acadla-Bldg.. LethbrHse. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO, LTD., FOR SERVICE We find the otenoarapher that Bulls the position. Wo find the position that suits the stenographer. Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (The compMe Remington No. II, convenience and simplicity Is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. (has the only Column Se _ Monarch (wonderful for Its light shift and light touch.) Smllh-Premlor (The machine with a key character.) Remlnaton-Junlor a market and field of THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINOTON DURABILITY. V Everything In Typewriter SuppllM. A. J. PASSMORE, Buildinji Alberta. W. A. HfeNDERSON COY. Chartered Accountant, ..v WltinipeB Lelhbrldge Hal Accountancy In all its. branches Seoretarinl, Ad- vlsory, Systematlslng, and Trust .Worli, Inves- tigatl'jas, Hqjiidatlons. Acadla Building, L-cthprltlgi Resident; R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered .Accountant (Scot.) S 25'cents' an' Insertion, Six insertions'for the -price of Four, MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCa ;