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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE OAII.T HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1014 HORSE MARES AND GELDINGS At Lethbridge City Market Grounds 9 Weights from 1QOO to 1300 Ibs. Ages -.-.from o to 8 years. 14'to 16 hands high. Must be broken and sound. 5% commission on all horses sold, as the, e will be buyers for this amount of horses, >w Also 500 Hogs for feeding purposes from 35 to 200 Ills. Apply J, A. SMITH 203 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 1346 AT 637 5th STREET SOUTHRON; Tuesday Next, Sept. 1st AT 10 O'CLOCK A. H, FBAISTE WADDINCTON Instructed by Miss Rloffstt, who Is leaving, sell by auction as above, the whole of the Household Furniture and Effects Including Large Dining Room Carpet; Handsome Buffet; Early Ens- Esli finish; Drophead Sewing Machine in perfect.order; Sanitary Lounge; Superior Dressers and Stands; Brass Mounted Beds, Springs and Mattresses; Refrigerator; a quantity of Bed Linen, ..V Comforters, Blankets, Sheets, Carpen- ter Tools, etc. Call in at this sale on your way from market. It's close to TERMS CASH NO RESERVE I'll tend you a maid who reponv CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE RUSSIAN ADVANCE TAKES GEHJIArf TltOOPS London, Aug. hundred and sixty railway trains loaded with Ger- man troops have passed through Bel- gium from the southwest toward ilie nonh-oast, according io an- Antwerp to the Router -Telegram Co. This; it Is.added, indicate. that the Germans are sending troops back oi( account of the advance ol the Rus- sians. The Ocruian force at Brussels Las been reduced to a .minimum. These' 100 trains which passed through last .night, the despatch con- tinues, are transport ng .one .army corps with full equipment, and "it Would appear that the rapid advance of the Russians is compelling Hie Germans to withdraw, -troops from the line of. the 3Ieuse. "The" enemy has not been noticed in tbe country north of the line in- cluding Merchtem, Vilvorde, Aerse- hot, Hupst-Op-Den-Bcrg, .Tfemmelom and Haeght. The province of Ant- werp end part of Limburg are free! of the enemy. The. general position is regarded with confidence." YESTERDAY'S OFFICIAL PARIS JiEPORt -'________ .Paris, Aug. 31, a! j is officially announced that the. mili-shave one cmld-age tary governor has ordered all Snd Ave A Nor dents of the "zone within action on SH'tJATlONS VACAiN'f IM-JAWSNYAD. CopyrijM. DC Foml servant at 48! jgt? Sbutli ptoin n gt EOulh nenuut, one cooking Apply 281 coujitry first class references, will ho open for n about Odt 1 Apply 12 sood mea, uopted, must lime little cash; money muker for right party. Apply at once. No other than hustlers need apply. Auto- matic; Hoso Coupler Co.. Lid, Room 117 Sh-rluK and women to learn Barber Trade. Eight weeks required; positions or locations secured as soon as-competent; firaduatcs make big catalogue and terms 'free; Moler Barter College, (i04A Centre St., Calgary. .5I1SCELLANKOUS WANTS I HAY many cattle or sheep can you feed on your farm this winter? "We will arrange nnd buy your hay in stack with privilege of feeding. it on your land if you Imvfi supply of water Farm Products Ltd. W. J.'-Lloyd, Mgr. Phones 365'and 10I7., SITUATIONS WANTED j as lictiselteeper; years.. Apply the- city's defending forts to evacuate! references rent for the winter ontlic. modern rooming 'jo'.'se, fur- nished, consisting' of 15 or 20 rooms, c'entrally located. Apply Box 51 Her- ald onice. buy cattle. Parties" hav- ing stock to sell, address letter to Box' 26 Herald omce, stating-kind. office ad- number, and post dress. '-Siiscullaneous for Sale j ty. nursjnp. .Good terms reasonable. ;nd cifstrov their houses within fourfjlrs. M. -Warner, Alberta. davs from todav, August SO. T'; FOR SALK-Cbeap brass, bed Oster- 1 Further announcement made, -by the' i vnr office "In Lorraine "our forces Iiave ad- vanced. We occupy a line along Mor- tagne, and our right is pushing! Forward. There is no news irpiu the j i Meu: TO room ill prl- 1'omOj suitable for Rtll Phone 3 London, Aug.. ,29., Scojxh. and English..troops_. first British expeditionary force sent io France to-fight-the consists.ot 79 six of cavalry, three of artillerr, sev- enty of infantry and the, Royal Fly- ing Royal Engineers, Royal Medical Corps, Army Service corps, array "pay corps. The list of regiments is as !ol- Guards Hoyal Horse Guards Dragoon Guards Dragoons; .iLancers Hussars. Artillery Royal Horse Artillery Royal Field Artillery, Royal Garrison Artillery, Auards Royal Irish Connaught Rangers Lemster Regiment; Royal Munster "Fusiliers Royal ImuEkillen Fusiliers; Roval Irish Rifles; Royal Irish..Fus- Hjers-; Royal Dublin Fusiliers De- tvonshire Regiment; Somersetshire, L-iglit Infantry; Hampshire Regiment; 'Dorsetshire Regiment; Wiltshire Re- giment the Royal Scots Fusiliers i Own Scottish Borderers Scottish Rides; Highland Light In-, hintry; Koyal West Surrey Regiment; I ,Esst Kent Regiment; Royal Fusi-i Jiers East Surrey Regiment; Royal CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. Ships Show Scars British cruisers anfl destroyers, some of them showing signs of the 'battle in .which they were engaged off Le resumed 510 and month, furnished. "Four French army corps engaged t The Laud Co., Royal in a. violent- battle .on the left The right wing of these four corps, taking the ofTensire, drove back full size Abasement, 'Al Bank Bldg. .modem seven room Guise the Tenth German corps .andUjcn, 035 7tli Phone A; E. Du- the suffering, consider-1 pen. 1-175. able losses. TO room house wa- "Our left was less fortunate. ,The ter on cornerlot'in North -Ward; rent German forces are advancing -in the LaFere." a town U miles northwest It is a fortress" or flic secoriu1 "class.) ANXIOUS DAY IN FRENCH CAPITAL '.__________________ This has been a. long" and "anxious jtp "jtirv wardrobe, baby's iron 'bed, saniturj' couch, window shades, mahogany chif- fonier, nresser, oil stove, wicker screen, kitchen utensils and shelves, Suite 21. Bryan Block. Mason KlsCh piano in latest design of case, in beau- tiful mahogany used but short time. A snap for some one and easy pay- ments. Mason Risen Ltd. FOR Uxbridge piano, organ C octave, good as new; cheap and on easy payments. Mason Risen Limited. "TO RENT OR Phone 11G2. FOR double harness, buggy and single harness. Apply 409 3rd'St. S. given to" reliable party. 414 13th St -South. Professional MEDICAL OR 9.1 Burgeon, Amour-lice p.m. Oillco 814 Third Avenue. Phone 12CS OR Sheilock BlooK ResldSrico 1266'Sixth A'vetue..ptllce hours 11-13; 1-3; 7.8.30. OUl'je pM lieaidenca, _____ DM; e. C. CRAGGr-Physlclsn. Sur- geoil, Accouchor. Office at resilience coriier 5ti Avenue So'iith and 7lh Street South. Houfs: to 8.SO. 1208. DR. Bye, Nosa and Dominion Building. Offlce to 12; 2-5; evenings by .appointment. Phones, office 341! residence E9.1. PHYSICIAN] OR. L. B. at Col- PkjsicliM Surseoni. At Suits S16-18. Sherlock Bids. Phone 1414. PRIVATE HOSPITAL J PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Hnarlem's Private Hospital- and Maternity Home. 704 Sixth South. Flione 746. KINDERGARTEN MISS ANNE PORTER will open a pri- vate kindergarten .for a limited number of children, between the ages of four and six A Kin- dergarten Musical Course will be included. Junior and. Intermediate pupils for piano will also be ac- cepted. Call or write 1211 5th Ave. South on or before Sept. 1st. DRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right Mrs. E. J. Pannell. Room 41 Dominion Bids. 4 per month. Apply Box 11 Herald EOK1 gun, No. Grade -Ithaca, barrel, ejector, 12 TO premises, on Third Avenue South noT.r occupied by Valet." Avaiiah'Fe Sept. 1st. 'Apply A. B. Stafford, gtafionl Block. day in Paris. When the war -Heligoland, have arrived at Harwich, Chatham and Sheerness: They had j show themselves and British' an'd.--German wounded' on 1 what is going on tha'nOrt-U board; were picked: up office i vili-iiouM in iiarV of'city, board has nothing to issue the pessimists if desire'd; -air modern'cohvenientes. everybody Bos'43 Herald: j leasfe or- 7 As far "as can be at died-on the way to the hospital, and their.bodies were taken to ui_e naTal niortuarv. 5Iost of the wounded are suffering from head Injuries, shell fire, buV others had arrns and less .sHattered. White' clad bearers car- ried -most of the grounded on stretch- ers to. the hospitals, hut some of them at sea -after ships went to the troops appear to DB intact, .except for j of men -died before j those losses vers a heavy .1 _ If the British and. French retire on the western flank, It is explained that they do so-in order their fcround resis new days has see; moving up to aid encaged on the Belgian frontier. ALLIES ARE NOW IN for gaiise, 30" barrels, full choke, first class condition. Heavy orange lea- ther, case to fit. Outfit cost 567.50, cash. Can be seen-Room G, Stafford Block." FOR first class young milch .cows, also alfalfa hay; will ex- change hay for stock cattle. S. S. Uupham, Southard" steam strictly modern: -From South. ies in case church ,511 5th. St. the evenjng of the 21st, a goht cross near llfh and 6tli or 7th gf' HTinder will be rewarded If vctirrherl to Alexandra Hotel. The French operating, along-the 'were accommodated on yachts wliich terior lines arc able to shift on army' llouses- anu had been lent__fpr Red Cross sen-ice. corps frora of the front to No one was iUowtd to board the dam- j another swiftly "and it is stated that gelding, nine j-ears old, -f weight about'1500, no brand, short cut also one grey mare about four yearg old, 1200, 'branded 10L on right hip. Notify Alfred Olson. Comi'iiny. 216 aged vessels, but from shore it could the allies probably are in stronger positions today than last Sunday. T 15th St. N., o rooms 329, 512.00 per month; 415 llth St, S. Apply Mrs. Burgees, 423 llth St. S. -be. seen that some of them bore shell holes. One destroyer had no less than fourteen such holes, which had been plugged with cloth. The German Account 30, via London, 6.53. dispatch to the Wolff bureau from "Berlin says: 'Triday forenoon, during partly "oggy weather, several small British cruisers and two flotillas, comprising about forty destroyers, appeared in the North Sea northwest or Heligo- land. 'A desperate isolated engagement ensued between them and our smal The Germans, apparently., owing to the increasing pressure of Russi Lost Lake, Alberta. TO roomed collage .fully modern with gas; will rent cheap for i winter. Apply 650 Oth St. S. j TO modern Susses Regiment; Koyal Kent Small German cruisers steam- Itecinent; Middlesex Regiment; Lin- Ld- westVaTd, and on account of the Regiment; Leicestershire short distance, camo into contact with Raiment; South StaGordshire, Regi- la E Hah j ment; Nottinghamshire and Derby- shire Regiment; North Staiiordshire .Regiment; Royal Highlanders; Sea- -forth Highlanders Gordon Highland- ers the Cameron Highlanders :-the Argyle and Sutherland Highland- Royal Lancaster, Regiment; Liv- erpool Regiment-; Lancasliirn Fusil-: jei-s East Lancashire Regiment I Regiment; .Cheshire the cruiser Ariadne was attacked at short range by two large cruisers of the 'Lion class and sunk after a glor- ious fight. The majority of the crew, numberln'g '250; were saved. "The destroyer N-87 was bombarded by a-small cruiser and ten destroyers p-hd sank. She went down firing her Her captain, "who was squadron Fusiliers; S. Wales Bor- commander, was killed. The small Ederers; South Lancashire Regiment cruisers and Mainz are missing, Welsh Regiment; Shropshire Light !and- according to Renter dispatches, Infantry Norfolk Regiment; Sufiolk- Resiment; Essex Regiment; North- ampton Regiment; Royal Warwick- were suck after an engagement with an enemy of superior force. Of their crews, eight officers and 91 men ap- Ehire Regiment Gloucestershire Re- Pp-ar tD naTe Deea saved by British Worcestersliire Regiment; warships." and Buckinglramshiro Lighfc Infantry Royal Berkshire Re- King's. Royal Rifles Corps Riiie Brigad.1 ahers .Royal Berkshire lleginieut East Yorkshire Regiment; Yorkshire Regiment West .Riding Regiment; (Yorkshire Light Infantry York and kancast-er Regiment, and the Durham Infantry. Tsi Na China, Aug. 31. Cannonading was heard here at in- tervals throughout the day. It is be- iltvcd thait the Tsing Tau forts are cngasert with vessels of the Japanese blockading ficet. tot. J G. Robertson Co. H gives a JAPS CJ OSING INT fcfrdseyo view of Its tremendous lines Au has bf modern fortifications and shows received here IBeit'Ta-Chien a pvliat tho GermaJis have to en- j small island outajde-of Kiao Chau IdVnter before they g.iin posBcssion I Bay, has been occupied by the Japan- the city, should taey arrive so far.- j esc. See How Paris la Fortified splendid map of Paris lent by the Courtesy of Paymaster Sydal of the t'ty hall is to he seen in the windo seem to be throwing themselves up-to-date, on car line, i-eailv for entrenched positions rand are! occupancy Sept. 1st. Rent very mod- See Paguuolo or. Phoiie 543. C suffering They arc 'gaining erate. ground and ssemingly are hopeful of heing aftle to break through before Berlin Is invested. Met SAFETY SPEED Canadian Pacific Royal SPLENDOR 1aH Steamera TO roomed cottage with C52 Sth St. S., wrill rent cheap'foi- nvinter. Apply Glh St. S. j TO modem, np-to- date, centraliy ior-atetl, ?15 per month Immediate possession. Rius 543, C. C. Pagnueio Co. Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers. French Liue to. Havre. White Star New York -and Canad- ian service. Cunard Line, New York and Canad- ian service. Canadian Northern Royal Mail Steamers. Donaldson'Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Qlasgow. Ocrmr.H L'loycl." Hamburg imcrican and all other Largest and': Fastest' Steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant- and Hamburg Czer- monitz. Krakan antl all other Contin- ental points. Buy your tickets where you get your train. S. B. MITCHELL, 0. P. R. Ticket Agent, I ____________________________________. i TO roura house; all niotiern iraprovenionts. ront. Ap-ih- Standard tecuritics Company, Sulto 115, Shor'.cek -Blclg.' j TO iv-.' room serai modern collage. No. C2S I2th Street. peri month. Apply X. B. Peat 6 lltmm 5. Maedonalj 'Blk. TO folly tage on street line, close in. En- quire 134 IGth St. N. Phone S3-1 or TO to 4SO ar.res in one block of irripiiuvl laufi in Coal- dale' (Mstrict on liberal terms.1 Box 17 licrald. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered Accountants Winnipeg LethSridge Medicine'Hal Accountancy in all its branches Audit, Secretarial. Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, tisati'Xis, Liquidations. Acadia Building, Lethbrldga Resident R.. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) Baggage Cnreful and Prompt Servlco TO en rclomed modern house. with sas, in condition, 3 doers from car ]in-j. per raontii to good tenant. Apply Eos 32 Her- ald. FOR now occupied by Western Tinsmitbilis Co., flrs. door norf.h of Herald. Ready now. Apply at Hcrniil office. Bomdardment Of Tsing Tau Forts Starts GET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC An immense'area of the most fertile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices, ranging from 5.11 to1 per acre for non-irrigat- ed lands and to per acre for irrigated lands. Ternis. one- twentieth down, balance In 19 an- nual Instalments. Loan Cor farm development up to also re- payable In 20 years. Interest at only 6 ecnt. Tor full particulars, -apply to WILSON 4 AGENTS DEPARTM-ENT OF NATtlfiAL RESOURCES, Canadian. Pacific Railway Uthbrldgo, Alberta'.' TO modern house, all painted and pnnersd since last-occu- pied. Liirpo garden plot corner 7th; Ave. and 12th St. See owner, D. H. Elton. I'hone 490 or 1B23. THE NGRSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for .mater- nity snd all medical nnd surgical casea {except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances ot the patisnU Poor patients cared for. frra of charge. Graduate- nurses for private duty also provided. For. further 'partic- ular apply to the Nursing Mis- sion 1114 7th Avenue Soutli. Phoiie 1233. A; M. Tilley, Supervisor. (Mto) M.-A; MacKayy Grad; Nurse, (Miss) J-' Mackenzie, Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. ioffl Ofii Sta Ehf.di 1163 402 1C61 MONUMENTS If you are cousidering the purciiaa- iug of a monument, see us before you decide. Best stock, best de- signs and best prices. Lethbridge Monumental' Works 8th St South. R. Needs, Manager. [7 PROPERTY FOR SALE I house on one lot; cost last will sell for ?900, terms 2 years. Apply. E. S; Nobba, 920 Sth St. S, FOR .a fully -.modern double brick house (seven rooms in each house) .situated on corner facing car line; no cash required, purchaser to make small monthly rpayments. Ap- ply C.-; B. Bowman Agency.' .DENT.A.II OB M. J. of Royal College of Dental Surgeon' Toronto, and holder of n Dominion Denial Certificate Offlcu Rooms 5 and C, Brian Blocli. Phone 1Q71. OR. L. T. to ConrtlTO and Graduate University of Maryland. Odlce hours Macdbnald Blk.' Phono lies' Lethbridge, Alta. DKS. IWARR8 AND Dentists' to Drs. Stewart and Mo Cluro. .Houn: 9 to 5. Office, ills- Inhotham Phona 874. SPECIAL lots 'In 'one block on water and sewer, Sth Ave., west of; 13th St., blp'cl: 8, cost this year; will for same; must sell. Apply 1212. 0th Avenue South. FOR tiro good lots on Sth St. .S., in Alexandra Addition, one block from sewer, water and light; price for the pair; good terms can be arranged. aid office. Apply Box 35 Her- FOR owner, choice half section 22-7-18, 10 miles N.E. Stirling, 2 miles north Judson Siding; all fenced and 100 acres ploughed. Will sell, at sacrifice. Send me an offer. .1. Daniel Stuwe, 1436 W St.. Washington, D. C. BOAKD AND K001VI BOARi) AND a private home, modern conveniences. Apply 513 16th St. N., corner Gth Ave. ROOM AND a private home, modern conveniences. Apply 410 Sth St. S. FOR RENT For a good room with ail modern conveniences, steam heat, showor oaths plunge, etc., 'v y. q A. _ BOARD AND Modern con- veniences; 35 per Apply 834 7th SL S C ROOM AND 318 Gth Ave. A S. Mrs. M. A. Devlne. For Sale or Exchange FOR v trade half section raw land for cattle or hogs. 33 .'Herald.-." WILL acres :ot No. 1 well improved land" near Gladstone, with, or without horses and machinery for sheep or cattle. Geo. A. Young. or sheep In change for 3 good Edmonton lots, val- ue S1200. For full particulars write W. L. Cannon, Lacombc, Alia. FOR SALE OK. ed B. .C. property lor irrigated laud near Lsthbridge. -For particulars ap- ply A. R. Keduh'aw, 321 19th St. N., Lethbridge. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., LTD., FOR. SERVICE We find the stenographer that suits the position. We find the position that suits the stenographer. Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (The complete machine.) Remington No. II. (Its convonicncs and simplicity Is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. the only Column Selector.) Monarch (wonderful for Its light shift and light touch.) Smith-Premier (The machine with a key for each character.) Remington-Junior (Has a hiarket and.field of Its THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON. DURABILITY. Everything in Typewriter J.' PAS3MORE, Butldhg, Lethorldge, Alberta. DR. E. e. mem- fcpr of Hoyal ..College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) .Ljn.S.V ;1800 Hours; 9-12; 1-6. Offlco: 6-8. Post Office Block. V1AVI tETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY (The Natural System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number -15 Hull Blk.-Hours 4 to 6 daily; 10 to -I Saturday, or by. appointment. Miss E. Geek. L SUJRVEYING F. HAMILTON, nmt Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrlga> tlon Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms o ana 5, Whitney Block. P. O. Boi H67. Phong 1042. DUFF 4 M. Ed- wards. B.A.Sc., Dominion and -Al- berta Land Surveyor; Donald- -A. Buff, blue print- Ing, civil engineerins.and.land sur- veying. .Suite 205'Slierloci Bids'.. Lethbrldire. "AUCTIONEER W. L. and'Slty Licensed1 A.uctloneer. Bales of all binds conducted on reasonable terms. Live'stock and farm sales B specialty. Offlco, at the Wilson Furniture Co., -104 13th St North Phone 1023. Residence phone T85. Eowntosnr office at the Lethbridge- Weyburn Realty Co.-. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay. 1401 7th Avenue North. MRS. W. H. of Piano, Harmony and Theory..Pupils for Rojal College of Music, London, or Toronto Corisc-Fmtory exams, if de- sired. Studio 122B Sth Avenue A, South, Lethbridge. MR. H. McG. of voice and piano, and supervisor oE .music In .city .-resume teaching 1st Sept., Room 1, Censer-, vatory Bldg. Residence Y. M. C. Teaching hours 4.30 to 8 'p.m., and Saturdays. HUGH C. C. 1 Arttutic Pianoforte Playing and Theory In the examinations of the" Royal Academy and Hoyal Col-" lege of Music, Luuuoln', cently conducted in Canada, ono- of Mr. Salmon's pupils won tbo Intermceiiate Gold W-edal (open to the Dominion) ttnd sixty-six.1 per cent, of those estered pass- ed with honors, Advanced. Pupils Studio and Beginners. 41.4 13th St. S. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate !UT. Assn. London, England.. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 11CS 1253 6th Avo A South i UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Bmbalmer; also agent for the Solnerville Marble Granito Works, ol Calgary. Offlce oniiosito Court House. Phono Ml. Resi- dence 2S4 7th Avo. S. Phone Onnn day and night. b. Y. IJireacr and Embalmer. 411 5th Street South. Phono 1S03. nlcht or dny. PRIVATE SCHOOL I KING EDWARD'S K. C. 'Headmistress, V M. Cherrington. Boariling school for girls and young hoys. Braclns mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping, Write for pros- pecilis. HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail. All varletioa of hay: timothy, nlfalfa, blue- .Joint, misecl hay. upland hay, oat hay and etraw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods, etc.. cellar space for rent. Hyde and Saundcrs. corner 2irl Ave. nnd llitli St. S. P. O. Box 1127. Pliona 13J4. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of the Inati- fitltnto of Chartered Accoiinlnnls-ol Knijlarid nr.a Wales, and of tlio-ln- tuto of Chartered Alberta. Acadln nldg.. Lothbrldgp. WANT ADS. 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. -Six i'nsertiono for tht price of MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE- ;