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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUf.UST 27.1M4 She letbbribftft Irtbbriboe, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Billy, delivered, per'year..... M.OO by mail, psr year...... 3.00 Weekly, by mail, per l TELEPHONES Business Oifics................ Editorial Offlca 12i4 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Mansger AS THE WAR SITUATION STANDS Prom yesterday's intelligence sve given to understand that the Allied troops have withdrawn to their first defensive positions. This would, likewise, ir.aan that MODS lias been abandoned by ihe British forces, on the report from 'Sir John French that the withdrawal of I'.U troops to their Eew position was successfully effect- ed; 5Ions is not particularly P IICKED UP IN ASS1NG FOR THE BUSY MAN Priuoe B.C., .tax rate this yoni- U 10.25 mills. Adjutant Pierce of Prince Albert goes to Medicine Hat to take charge of the Salvation.-Army.corps-there. An Ottawa report, says the govern- ment wltt deal -with high price fakirs, who are boosting food prices. The Ottawa Household league urges Canadian women to use Canadian- made gogds. German, goods should be strictly tabooed. Fifty-one farmer's elevators were built under the Alberta government's plan "iast year. This year, owing to ilia'deprsESiou, "only twenty-eight have built so far. Sergi. McBrayne of-the R.N.W.M.P.. formerly of the LeihbrMge detach- ment arrived in Edniouton on Monday Mons is not particularly mout ftrrivea in Edmouton on Monday fcut the- country around can fr0nr Toronto, with two Auiisk murder under water, and U tMs has been has effected it will have its !c CRUB- 'icg delay to the enainy wiilfth, an 'afif to ihs Allies, is rteos- jiizeti as dungtious to the J'os. The Hoes starting wiilfih is miles ffithiii frontier, exfssd .French territory. Tim is .tarti- fied. Tho 236- wites of defeaw .Is carried to tie case of the Vosgos Ia1 the second Hue defence map- ped out occur historic-, names, RSSO: elated .wiiii the war bi 1370 Rud Ti, such as St. Quentln, Laoii, nhfrlras and Cltaioiis, all. with _ cscJi-tion the Jf.3i named, which" JUT mtjea atstsni. being within a of 100 frcm Paris. A. reference to these places, which The first all-water passage from San Francises to New York by way of the Cacal, was completed here to- day, upon of Pleiades, of the LfUcUsnbEch Steamship Co. The latest provincial crop report in Saskatchewan' says S3 per cent, of the Wheat, 55 per. of the oats and GO per cer.t. of the barley arc cut. The genera! wheat average is plnc'ed at-12 bushels. Regina's investigation into the con- duct of the Chiof of Police concluded hefore Judge Farrell on Wednesday. ihs case, G. F. Blair, city solicitor, said he Regina had a reasonably efficient chief of police. A service for the repose of the soul of Pope Pius 'was held in the Cathedra! of Notre Dame on "Wednesday. Presi- may sossibly figuro a? ".St-Qusu- uv_________r ________.. I'm scene .of the tiaieat iu Poincare was represented by Cap- 1S71 of army of Geaersl'1'aid'oerbe f taiii Hnrrierc. The fact that the Pres- whirli .f.-ccy-julent nf ivas represented by iha a ni'.t Burrendrred ,to explosion or Q v-o Freac-Ii 'soWJer, Khefnts has been with Ge'.actted Torts since the of 1S70. when it was occupied by tlif Gflnuaris, formed a temporary ifeaduuartBTs. Chaloas, on the Marne, is the Lrainlng ground for the French and whore in Na- after the sr by a tirns- strongly fcrtifiei poleon cttrnp. HI. forced hia celeurateii 'or proxy is regarded us an indication that alt parties in France, including the factions which took part in the ?eraration of. church arid state cam- become reconciled'during tha stnigsle. There was a jrett of notables iu .the church. A shot frcm what.appears to have been either a strong automatic air gun or a was fired upon Sir Wilfrid liBiirterX automobile about 5 o'clock on afternoon as it was passing along Ln.urier avenue, Ottawa, at the corner of O'Connor street. The missile whizzed past the head of the chauf- feur. Had there been anyone sitting in the driver's seat .bsside the chauf- feur, he have been hit. As it It vrlJl be seeu that tins way to Paris is a formidable one, even should- the Germans be successful in "breaking through the first lirie.o? defence. To this ia added the danger to" the enemy of. the arrival of fresh forces Gorjiiana are ciidcavor- Ins ui their groand by I Etikins the port of The C.P.Tt. Co. has Issued the fol- This, iio.vffii-yr, ir- oot a town, j.'owing circaUr letter, under the head- ana iltc open r-uf'ts Jovrer.uc'.vn of "Impoit in soil it v'll zwl more j to the war contlUIon.% the- its oc'cur.Rttoii tbe -n-Diy to pre- of getting ocean space, and rent fte'tollm-oe i'i-ttab bi-h ROSt of haul Insurance .please c notlCQ that aH through import try ".Meanwhile ia sr> was the chauffeur was alone. He had Just dellfei-ad passengers, and tQ caU d mtlhing a calu take nues to this country, as covered by tha strong 43-1 ijiUe nm, fajj UrIH and all rail uiriff E-201S, applying to western Ca- na'Jc. points; and tsnffa and applying to British Co'.umbia fences Jf.Vnf; Vistula the Riiss.nn [Jir troop- are in the oist- eni part o? Gtmai _4.i... _ Kaiser lias, to will be effective Sep- maVe a name for biui than Ueruber S, 1014. Until further notice Jiisplar-'of ocean rates '.which have been ing Paris DC carried iKe has nut into the port of Cehu, In the Phillippme a hole in her ctern The captain resorts that he tried to get tha German island lap in the Carolines, by wireless, but found' the station had been destroyed by the British. AUSTRIAN DECLARATION NOT KNOWN IN WASHINGTON D.C., Neith- er the Japanese Embassy nor .the State received con- firmation of the declaration of war by Austria up to two. o'clock, although President Canadian Patriotic Fund, j messages on other subjects reached Government House, Aug. 28. i the American government. MAKING A BATTLE .CRUISER "OUT OF A -MERCHANT VESSEL In the-plcture a gun .Is'being hoisted Into position aboard an English merchant vessel. When thece vessels are fitted out with Ihe usual equipment of guns they are used as cruisers guarding water routes and doing scout duty. HIS MAJESTY'S BATTLESHIP "DREADNOUGHT" FIRING IIEK AFT TUKRET GUNS The Captain Kiddy and his little soldiers' have dis- covered what they are look- ing for. The flavor of.Kellogg's'Corn Flakes has won them. They eat it with gusto without knowing anything about its rare sustainuig that it is so .good for like it t Be sure to get The Original? 10c per package. WINNIPEG ELECTRIC EARNINGS FALL OFF Winnipeg. Man., Aug. Manager Wilford Phillips, of the Win- nipeg Electric. Railway, states that the earnings of the company will be sen- sibly affected tills :year as a result of the war anil the stringency which pre- ceded and followed tile beginning of hostilities. Mr. Phil'ilDs said that tho difference was most in the early morning hours. PRINCE CARRIED FLAG Frankfort-on-the-Main, Aug. 2fi, via London, Aug. 27, 6.40 soldiers arriving 'here relaie that Prince Frederic Charles of Hesse, while leading his regiment ''during a. recent battle, seized a flag from the hands of the wounded flag bearer, and carried it on. to victory. The Empress has gone to the prov- ince of Hesse-Nassau to inspect the hospitals there. RAISING RELIEF FUND s MOOSE JAV Jaw, SnSfc, Aug. City Commissioners this morning pre- sented a. circular to each of the of civic departments to sign, consent- ing ''.o a reduction from their salaries to lio paid into a central relief fund. Employees drawing between and will pay into the fund 'ten per those'over 5200.00 per month will pay in 15 per cent; While the alternative of not signing is not known, it is understood that who do not consent to pay at least 812.50 into the relief, fund will bo forced to resign. RUSSIANS Paris, Aug. IN MARIENBURGT report Was in cir- culation this afternoon that Russian troops yesterday occupied Marisn- in. west Prussia, -twenty-seven miles southeast of Danzig. TMa news 1ms not yet been confirmed. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE DAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YODB Wllla, Title Peeds, Mortgages, Insuratxce cr other valuables in one of these boxes TOR FiniTBEB WrOBMAItOSt AFFIX TO Lethbridge Branch R. irBrymner, Mgr, ;