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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ?v LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST M, Ifti4 ttbe tetbbtttye "foeralb alberta OAILV AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES (hilly, delivered, per year..... Mllr. IW tnall, Wnklr. null. TBLEPHONBS Office BOltoriM 1262 t Director -Business.Manager AS BHITAIN STOOD The verbatim speech of Premier ASQUith, delivered la the British House ot Coramoni before the dec- laration of worthy the reading of every British subject. It redounds to the everlasting- credit ot British striving with every effort to carry oat the policy of peace, that when the oraclal hour arrived they with contumely a peace could only have been preserv- go far w the British Etapire -was at tha prioa of dishonor. pHt forward by the Oenoaa Kaiser; throush his mouth- Oeraan chancellor, was In British mtotralitv, diplomatically couched in th> assurance that. If this was forth- j, the German government aira- at no territorial expansion .at the ef Fiance should tha Oer- manc prove Tictorioui ta war tint might In reply to the question put as to the French colon- the reply of the German obucellor that he was unable to give a similar undertaking ,witli regard to fcsw. Tie present war is act .-war fost- ered by W racial antipathy as re-: farted GrMt Britain and Germany. It vu a putting to the ordeal of bat- tie whether 'might is right, or whether L1 prevail. P UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN rightfully branded as infamous. it- was a prtce bid lor The Tunmtb lictQse commissleaers have ordered all liquor to be removed from late steamers. p. H. Sell of Reffioa has been ap- pointed district court judge at.Wyn yard. Cecil JUi'obock, or London, yes terday elected a director of the Hud son's Bay Company. Magistrate Dentson of Toronto is on vacation and Magistrate Kingston j 111. .Sandy Hook lifesavers .picked, up the body of John Nixon, 109 Berkeley Street, Friday afternoon. ha Canadian Northern has offeree ta liners, Royal and Roy Sdward to .the Canadian gbverhmenl o convey the Canadian contingents e- England: Lieut F. TV. Evans, of. the -Royal Naval a son of F. W. Evans of Vancourer, has been appointed to H. -M. S. Heartyr 'X large of the town of Shel- ton, county, seat of Mason county, was destroyed- iby fire Wednesday night a -loss of H. Gall, a native and life- long: resident of Toronto, died at his home in Buffalo following a brief ill- position IB uamiitafcably I set by the foUowiag of Mr. Quoting the German proposals he said: "As rafardi Holland; so long as respected integrity 5n3 deutralltr of the Neth- erlands wai ready, to His MftJeaty's fOTernment an assur- uctt that the would do likewise." cave to Behpum, "It de- pcnded upoa the action of Prance vhftt opffTationa Germany might he forced upon Jn Belcltim, but ther-rar'- bver-Belylan In- teerity' would -te if had not decided acalnst Geraiany." ;Let stne hotue observa distidction be- tween tfeeH two cases. Im regard to Holland, not only Independence and ImUcrttT, but neutnllty; but In jmrd' no mention of neu- trality at all. but an assurance that attar came to an fp.i the in-. tesrity would be reap fet- ed. Then his excellency added that "arsr Btece he had been, chancellor object of his policy had been to bring about an understanding with England: he' trusted -that these as- nuances might form tfie "basis of this understanding which he so much dwslred." What does that amount to? me juat ask the house. I do BO not with the object of inflaming pas- sion, and certainly not with the ob- jwit cJ exciting feeling against Ger- many, but I do so to vindicate and make clear the position of tlie -British government and of Great Britain in this matter. .What did that proposal amount to? In the first place it meant this, that tehJDd the an and Austria is described here as rupture in -diplomatic- relations, not war." Val According to the an nouncEttcnt of Col. Sam Hughes, 60, )00 have applied for per- mission to join the Canadian Yolun lor active service ivtth the Brit- ,sh army in Eoro'pe., London The officiar war "Bravo you have rendered a nce not only' to Great Britain but to the whole peaceful commerce of the world. The German officers and' men appesr to have carried out their duty with humanity and restraint, and therefore are worthy of human- like consideration." both land and sea there came "late Thursday official re- ports considered here to be a prom- the continent Field Marshal Sir John French, .commander-in-chie! i of the British expeditionary forces has tieen able to 'set at rest much olj the anxiety caused in England by the vagueness of French official state-' nients regarding the movements of the armies in the lofillty where the -British forces were known to he op- erating His despatch takes a rose- ate -new of the prospects of the hat- tie now in progress and pays a trib- bute, to the mettle of his French- illy. ;iou bureau an that the fol- i Much of the apprehension felt here L1UU UUiCiiU' iiliUVUiiVGB VU'CUl l-llc lul- I lowing-message had been sent by o Mttan Admiralty to the Captain of the i maintained by the British authon- Sighflier, which sank the Kaiser Wil- helln der Orosse School Days Drawing Near Fit-out tlie Boys and Girls with Wear Things that Will -wear and took well for tlieleast the.policy of this store, to supply the good things for the least- money. Boys' Tweed Suits at Made up from Pure Wool Canadian in stripes, checks and twills, in shades of Brown, Grey and Blue, for sizes 25 to 32. School Cft Opening Price Boys' Cheviot Suits at A limited number of this line in stock but a fair assortment of sizes runniqg from 24 to 29. Grey, Brown and Green mix' tures. School Open- Ing Price S3.E5 Little Boys' Buster Suits Sizes run from 21 to 26, good wearing materials and well made in latest styles ff 4 Splendid values at.. 13 Girls' Gingham Dresses at A big range of Crea- ses "In sizes 6 to 14 years, lines that sold up to all put In at one price for quick, .saje. School Opening Price Boys' and Girls' Sweaters Jerseys Just about everything you oould desire in this line of gar- ments including the famous St. Margaret's malie for children cf 2 years up to 14 years. Made from fine aoft in pretty shades of Brown, Blue. Grey, Tan, also Whlto Aft up Prices range W Everything you require in Children's Clothing at the very best prices obtainable The Simpson Co., Ltd. ties. British consulate is informed that three British war- ships have been at full speed to afford protection to cotton and oil 1 traffic in the Gulf of Mexico. It .is rumored that the French cruiser Condc has sunk the German Ship Al- liancia and the British cruiser Done- gal has captaied the North German Lloyd steamship Brandenburg." survivors of tha Danish trawler, sunk in the North Sea by striking a floating mine, have landed at Shields. hero fear Turkey may. he drawn into the war at any moment. The military control all tlie newspapers which are being! used to foster a pro-German spirit. Tokio The Empress is engaged daily making bandages for tho Red Cross workers. A Good Dinner at Small Cost Tomorrow Corned Beef 10c. per Ib. Westminster Meat Market Phone 1055 Oertnan spiel have toen shot in raid Hon. Secretary McKenna, on Doniinioii .Bank lias donated to Pa- triotic Fund. CRAZY IN CHICAGO PIT Wheat Bid Up to In First Fif- teen Minutes of Trading Chicago, 111., AUB, excite- ment in wheat was unabated "when the market opened today. May wheat, sold down to J1.10S, or 2% under yel- terday's sensational close, 'but the price in the first fifteen minutea of trading was bid up to Septem- ber wheat gained three cents and De- cember 4 cents. ONLY ONE- AMERICAN WAR CORRESPONDENT New York, N.Y., Aug. Palmer, the well-known war corres- pondent, has been designated to repre- sent the Associated Press with the Bri- tish forces on the continent of Europe.. Since he is the only American cor- respondent permitted by the.British War Office to take the field, his ser- vices will necessarily be shared by the Associated Press with all associations in this country. SECOND CALGARY CONTINGENT LEAVES .Calgary, Alta., Aug. second contingent of several hundred men leave here this afternoon for Val Car- tier cnmp. A large number of theae men have come in from country jiolnUi and the majority have had some mfil- experience. SCOTTISH FISHING CRAFT STRUCK MINE AND' SINKS London, Aug; 28, members of tho crew of a Scottish fishing craft; which wna sunk by a floating mine thirty miles off Blyth, Northumberland, were landed nt Hull ff today. 1. Because it's jmade from whole the world's finest grain. 2. Because it feeds bohe-aud-musclffbetter than common 3. Because it's J with healthful, nourishing, malt. 4. Because it's digested and costs less than an equal-weight, of beef- steak or eggs. Buy and for yourself. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES Made H-0 Compwj. HanHUn.' liid Sold b> nod flroteo OTqwfc ;