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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOBFODR TUP LETHBRIDGE 6ATUMUY. MJCUBT M. ttbe Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, per year Bittr, ty mall, per year Wttklr, by mall, per year.... TELEPHONES Offlce............... Editorial Office w A. Buchanan John Torrance Director Bnslnesa Manager TO ARMS1 The proposal to organize a body at Infantry locally la an admirable one. It will' be the means of having in readiness a number of men able to carry arms, prepared for the o did I; but I.need a new bat" That German Kaiser will be tietwirt and: between, if' tbe'Roosians> get a move on. ve you seen-this LATEST WAR CABLES MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE, CALGARY A High Rtiidentlal and Day College for Eo.'s and Young Men, Girls; and Young Wvomen OPENING OF FALL TERM, TUESDAY, SEPT. 9th, 1914. BUSINESS CLASSES: Bopktocpiag, Stenography, Account- ancy, Typewriting, etc MUSIC: Full Conseryatory- Course, Vocal, Instrumental .and Theorj. ACADBJSIC: Public and High School Grades, Preparation for the Unhersity ana Teachers Ladies College couise for Girls. French Conversation Classes FINS ART: Water'Colors, Leather Work, etc. EXPRESSION AND. :PHYSICAL CULTURE: Dramatic Art, Public SpeateiiiE, Household Science. For full information and Calendar apply to REV. GEORGE W. KERSY, B.A., D.D.; Principal fTHE BARBARIANS OF THE RHINE Like their predecessors of a bygone -BBe, the Hnns, the Germans are sweeping doim In their hordes through Belgium and towards France at -the instigation of their war lord tappily styled tie "modem Attlla, IWtth a barbarism reminiscent of those yandals of -old they are devastating valleys, and hamlets, destroying the landmarks of old and present civiliza- tion, and treating with scant respect pnd ceremony women and children in their ruthless march. The details given icrth are such as to make man- hood grind SB teeth, and look forward With grim determination to the day when a reckoning Till arrive. We fcnow that when' wars between nations take place reports c'. aad. callousness, to the nileu ot the are circulated, in many falsely, for the purposes of creating outside sympathy for the aggrieved, and for inflaming passion, aud. arous- ing the demon amongst those opposed Abont 1200 glove cutters at Glovers- ville, N.T., have declared a strike de- manding higher wages. Alexander Gorki, son of the famous Russia author -Maxim Gorki, has en- isled in the French army. Men of the Hamilton Army. Service Corps and Army Medical Corps left or.the mobilization camp yesterday. Kingston has just concluded the sale of worth of 5 per cent, deben- ures at 101K to New York parties. All the liquor shops in Russia are aria the monarchy Is now more sober than the state of Maine. A fire at "Queenston, near Niagara Falls, destroyed a barn and contents on the Larkin farm, causing damage. x Balph Britton, the famous canoeist, had a narrow escape when the motor boat he was .In burned to .the water's edge. The censorship didn't keep .us from hearing that.the Jack Tars had kick ed the slats out of those Germans on the North Sea. Good old censorship. Prof. Don Ramon Baez has been for many inaugurated as provisional pres us places, mostly west, who attempt- d to cross to the United States at hat point, presumably to return to Austria. They are housed and guard- d in the vicinity of the canal, where he militia men are also doing canal guard duty. Ident ot the'Doininlcaa Republic, after the voluntary abdication of Presiden Bordas, according to a dispatch to thi Washington State department It is reported from Boston that the Eisemann brothers, who purchased nearly the entire clip of western Can adian wools this year, have made a killing oc with the Ai berta and Saskatchewan wools. the in. a war ol the present nature appeals are not necessary. The mon vho are flghting against the Kaiser's battalions not only -have a faith In the Justice ot their causo, hut lira la deadly, earnest that this In a tattle for home and country. The (mall nurrfber o( nations who stand eaUlde the general conflict know to realls? who started the fur- nace to make a hecatomb of civilized Their sympathies are not to Ezra Wintermute, a well-known Mac leod farmer, was unconscious for tw The Best Tonic; aide NCTVM Montreal Star) Rule Britannia! Vive la Franca' Banzai) Hocfa Uer Kaiser! Rah, Ilab, Someone. has .said that if the Un- ited .States army were camped at irloo, the Kaiser might mistake it for i scouting party, and shoot- Look out, TJncle. Thjs dope is all passed and approv- ed by the International Board of Cen- sorship. .-Fire thousand bathers were shock- ad at Atlantic City. There was a ter- rific electrical storm, -r -v, on marchjng ground, ail .nur boys, in- wlil be beat- pines. Alfred. Chamberlain, foroerty a resi- dent of Claresholm, has passed his examination in. London, has enlisted .with the navy, has been ac- cepted, and now awaiting racnt to his Majesty's warships aa wireless operator. PasaengerB arriving at Port ArtKiir from the Soo, report that the militia authorities ther? .have In their charge M prisoners fifty Austrians from vari- REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's BEER AT MEALTIMES "ALBERTAfS PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries -where beer is used as a table bever- age; dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal time. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the vajiie of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious of ainiquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to pur Brewery and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend il to convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 King David in CQB- ducting a. murderous .assault: bn. the Russians, if you don't believe it, take _ Btroll oiit-to Duff Addition. The army of thistles have been mowed down Hive hay. "Sometime ago one of our promin- ent citizens, while driving around, dis- covered a spring, on tile waters of which he thought there were traces of oil. He secured a bottle Ml of the water and sent it to be analysed. The report sent back was that, instead of oil, as he thought, there were'strong indications of alcohol. Now, if he would disclose the whereabouts of thai spring the booze fighters would not whethw spirits are raised prices or Creek Echo. Calgary Eye-Opener please copy. Lethbridgc Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. HON. WINSTON CHURCHILL First Lord of.tho' Admiralty, whoa preparations for of tl Old Country during tho present cris deserve great credit. 3OO HORSES WANTED MARES AND GELDINGS At Letbbridge City Market Grounds Tuesday, Sept 1-14 Weight? from 1000 to 1300 Ages from'5'to 8 years. 14 to 16 hands high. Must be broken and sound. 6% on all honn Mid, u there will be huyara far amount of horaea. 4 Ado too Hoga far feeding purpoua from 35 to 200 tbt. Apply J. A. SMITH 203 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 1341 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE aUBIMBTAIUD SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODCB WHIa, Title Deeds. Mortgages, Insurance Polidea or other valuables in one of these boxes M OF CANADA Secwe Pronii Rctnn Ibronb llilon Balk Cauta Brills When you ship your fruita. pain, livestock or any other producB, ensure prompt payment by putting through i Usual of Canada Draft on Conslgnoa. This Is the btuinoaiJlka way, and will save you delayed payments and soraoUnwa kam Hx cost is tbo Manager about It. A, D. KINO, Acting Manager G. R. TINNING, Managtr BRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH INCOMPOKATID 1M9 Capftal Paid Up ".57MOO Total Aatetf COLLECTIONS fot'Lmdling collections with economy aad dMpatab. LOHPOH.'ina.omor. NKWVMKMCMCV. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH J. M. AITKIN, Manaoar., 'if you propose taking part in the present r European War You should, tefore leaving, execute your will appointing this Company your executor. and GUARANTEE Public Admlnlitrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 820 Eighth Avenue Weit, Calgary. Lethbrldge Office Bank of Commerce Bldg., J. W. MeNJcol ln.Sector SAILING, MONTREAL-BRISTOL S.S. "UrahlMm." Saturday, September 5th, DayJIght, -.Specially chartered toy Canadian Northern. Carrying one class cabin passengers.- Rate All rooms qtttside. 'One, two and three berthed rooma. Main deck amidships. atenmer has up-to.dr.te Dining Saloon, Music RoomSheltorefl Promenade and carries Stewardesses to attend ladles ana children. No .Steerage. For full information apply any Rail or or :A. H. DAVIS, General Agent, 583 Mam St., Winnipeg. .AUSTRIAJVI. RETRFfAT and.rm.'Aug. to the Havas Agency from Kraguyovatz, Ser- via, declares Hint ihjefAustrfan army has evacuated tho NovB ;