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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHDKIDGE PA'LY HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1914 RED IX HUIXS The hc'ls -i I'i, tt-ii i m en. rl -1 ii MI) ed the ruins of the Helgiau lown for those who may need their h lUMl Cross Workers Tliey search- GERMAN BEI> CROSS TO THE OLD MM FILM Games Played Today London, Dec. followin.; arc i results of games i-lavr the gcouuiis ui the nrst-naiueu j0'1" F1HST DIVISION j I-Uackiiurn Hovers.-2, Neux-astle bn- ;I "uAon Wanderers 4, brn-Jiord 1, LUerfcol 0. E-ecton -1, Lity I.' Manchester Cnitcil 1, UnL .sotis County Tottenham Hot- spur uidhaur Athletic-3, Aiton Villa 3. Sheaielti Wednesday 'A, Bradford ,City 3. i Sunder ittwMiurnley, later, j lat- 1 Prrston N'.rt-Ucnd 2. li.rminghain Town 0. Clapton .Orient For-; transports and supplies for the Red ready to leave Berlin for the front. cst 0. Derby .Bury i.. 0, ors 1. 'i.isiil uJusny Toivii 2, lllacipool 0. Hull City 1. Leeds, Leicester Fosse., Lincoln "City'.-5, Bristol City t." Stcckport Counte 2, Glossop 1. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Watford -1, Oillingham 0. ALLIED FLEETS Panama, Deo, 12. It is rumored hero -today thai a squadron of six Uritisit warships met four British colliers yesterday at. n point on the high seas fifty miles south of 1'ati- ama and'coaled-from thcin. It is be- licvod locally that these warshi. s came from Australian waters, one of them is even said lo be the Aus- tralian battle cruiser Australia. For past there has been much wireless interference and it is believed the colliers and the warships have been in communication. Also ships' captains coming into Ualbao have reported the nearness of the British cruisers. Six Br.tish collieries Have called at Panama during the last few days. This concentration of collieries undoubtedly has been for the purpose of supplying the British squadron. A British cruiser is said last niglit to have .come close into Balbao. She is supposed to ha e been trying 10 locale colliers, dhe left at once. A Japanese fleet is said to fce ofi the coast of Chile and the British arc bxMieverl to ha c sa'leU south to effect a tincture with the Japanese. ON THE Mil GERMANY, STILL TRUSTS IN THE EFFICIENCY OF HER NAVY Berlin, Dec, 12, via The Hague and newspapers discuss.the loss of the German cruisers Scharn-. irorst, Gueisenau, Leipzig and Nurn-; berg off the Falkland -Islands in. a tone keenest sorrow, but with com- plete resignation. They express pat- riotic pride in tile previous achieve-. ments of these warships, and express the opinion that Coronel, where they Wander-; British "cruisers. Goad (Hope and Monmouth larger ia naval than ftattle.- off the Falklauds.; v The North German-Gazette say's the: cruisers stood an unequal contest with honor; -fully meeting the high expecta-j tioiis that the Fatherland had placed. in the squadron's and ,.iTRIBUTORS TO MOTOR' AMBULANCE; Te'anus, which mar 'result from ti.e wounded lying on the ground to be picked up, is causing deaths in this The increas- tj s eed of motor vehicles those driven by horses, ivill h'e'Ip to shorten the time of waiting and chances qi disease; Vour, subscription funil to grovi Sirs. Mrs. J. E. Tcrrill .75, .Mrs. A. G-. Ko'j.hison .25, Mrs. E. Bennett .25, Mrs. Giles .15, Mrs.! Proctor II. Scott .25, Mrs'.' A. 12. 25. Cobble- dick .25, Airs. R. Burgess .25, Mrs. J. Simms .25, M. McArthur .25, W. S. Hill .50, Shepherd' .25, assist our.-3Iiss Southgate .25, Mrs. A. G. RoV Mrs. .Guess .25, .Mrs. iiuptpn 2, Brighten and Hove Alhion-1; iiampton 1. Cityl. Heading .1, Bxeter Uity 0. Croydon Common Luten Town 1. Bristol Covers 1, Portsmouth 2. MilhvalLAthletic; i .2a, Mrs. Shar- man 125, i'rs.-'K.'-lt ChriEteusen .2a, Mrs. T, Smith-.3.VMrs.--P. G. rSharman .25, JlcKeown .25, Mrs. Al- .P. .G.'Sharjntn .25, Mrs. M.'Stewaft .25, Mrs. Jones .25, A. Jones-.25, Miss E. ..ones "-f-n's-Park Ran .25, Uliss Dunsworth .25, Miss Mar- United tin .35, Miss J. .50, Mrs. outh -Vrnrle. John Brodie Mrs. R. T.' Brym- Te'stham United" ner W. Heslo'p .25, Roy Stew- art Mrs. J. M. Thomas Mrs. Vim. Scott Mrs. Df-Don- ald .35, Mrs. Slover .25, Mrs.' Ran- dall _35, Mrs. EveraH .25, patrlck .25, A Friend Mts.-.B. B. Would'nt it be buying Xnins Presents this year, to get :t uico piece of FurnUuro for the home, instead of the usual expensive things that are put uivay anil forgotten? We have lots of Beautiful Odd Pieces to choose from, and are always pleased to have you look at them, -whe- ther vou bnv or not. STANDARD FURNITURE -GO. .HOME CF QUALITY FURNITURE. f'OPP. COURT-HOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH _ Q TT j power. England needc.i, an: eightfold preponderance in figKtihg five Ger- man cruisers." says the Koelriissche Volks Zeitung, "illustrates .better than anything else that the. English Admiralty coatinue to trust in the efficiency of our warships, the bravery of our blue- jackets, 'and preeminent ability A .Christmas Present That will last a lifetime A. photograph is at all times a prized asset, and as a Christmas gift, is most acceptable. If you want photos for Christmas come at once, as the time is very limited THE USE STUDIO 906 Thii'il Ave. S." Lethbridge, Alberta Uat-rton Mills 3Irs H H. Samp- Penny .25, Mrs. H. Trail .25, Miss ._ son-, and airs. Mattic Allred ".50, M. McMann .50, Mrs.-T. R. Davidson McCarty .25, Mrs. Whittaker .25. Coults, per Mrs. Patton So.OO. .50, Mrs. J. F. Simpson .50, Miss SCOtTISlf'.LEAGUE Thistle Hear 1, Airdrieonians 1. Duftoec 2, Ayr Uiuted 3. Celtic 5, Queen's Park Morton 2, Clyde .0. Raith Rovers 1, -Dumbarton 2. Mother-well 4, Falkirk 1. St. Mirren i, Hamilton Academio Crystal Palace 3pee and his brave heroes covered themselves "and Germany with imper- ishable fame. -They- achieved 'more than .the most; -sanguinary expecta- s, ttarnu: per "Hrs F S Lefnnswell Mary Simpson .50, Mrs. -Joe Gilles- t Miss Nemo We've had several! 520 GO iir and Mr Davm Marshall- pie .25, ilrs; J. T. Peat .50, Mrs. E. fighters in our familv on mv moth-' oO Ccaldale Oo Coaldale A. Sharman SHOO, Ivy Whitt-skar .10, er's side.' ajs Q ad, per Mrs He ey 55.00, Mrs.. Geo. Wilson 51.00, Mrs. Mayer Mr. any of them 1 Third Lanark 3, Hibernians 3. per Mrs. Noble man .25, Mrs. E. H. Hatcher .25, ever side with your poor father-? Kilmarnock 0. Hangers 1. Nobleford, Alta., MINERS SUCCUMB TO CONSUMPTION faunae tBo gq4den chance from warm to cold wicdi lowtn and the bloed from lack of freib air. is m miner's greatest help to tench and cnliva the blood, creals bodjr-wimdi and build suenjfUt 'to resut poeonioaU, rheomatUm sou iaaj Eoublei. far ont month unrf for News From the Front WHOOPING COUGH AST1IMA EsifG79 tndeffesi! VaporizidCr oopmc C Croup at once. I Aftbina. TheBlresrrylnj brcith breathing cisv, ihe eore throsr ops ihe ooujh, fill nidi IE CITY AND DISTRICT Attend Bury Banquet Mr. G. R. Marnoch, the "live wire" president of the Board of live Lethbridge afternoon for Winnipeg, 'where he will attend the banquet to George Bury, -who has been made vice-president of the Ca- Railway. Mr. Marnoch at tlrst declined to attend, thinking that it 'would not be possible for him to get away, but since then he made _ his mind that risht now was a good time to -allow the business men of the west, who 'will be at the banquet, that this town is on the map, and intends to stay there. He thinks thero are al- together too many people in the west who are walking around "wiiu ihe idea that Lethbridge Is dead. Mr. Mar- noch "Is going to make these people see, -if any of them happen to be.pre sent when he unreels at the "Winnipeg feast, that it is they who are dead, and not the city of Lethbridge. Mayor FJardie was'also invited to attend the uanquet but was unahle to make the Sir. Marnoch join Superin- ;endent cf this division, who i in Calgary, before proceeding now oast. Young Men's Social Hour Sunday the Young Men's So- Sat Hour ivill be in cbarge of Mr. A. G. "irtue sublet will be "The Chri-Man M. :i and the an ap- Truce Fails; One Power Opposed Pope's Proposal D.SC.- 12, 1.50 Vatica'n 'authorities- liisde' pufaUc today ari announcement setting '-forth the'efforts'by the Pope to' obtain a' truce in -the European' war during, the Christmas season.. Theiefferts of the1 Pontiff- unfort- unatsly failed, to the Vatican announcement, "owing to the oppoiitio'h of 'a certain power." little wagon, telling ths grocer to send the wihen the whole will be paid for. The address given is fictitious, and the .amount taken a'way by the" boy himself is not paid for. he-has his eye on the party. Y.M.C.'A. arid the Battery Boya The local Y.M.C.A. presents a scene of unusual activity these days, caused jy the presence of- numbers, of tbo members of the Alberta Battery now n training here. For a nominal w.eelr- y sum the men are allowed the full privileges 'ot the' i'.MiC-A., including lie spacious reading room, the gym- THE FINEST GRILL ON THE COAST has just been finished at the HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE "Twelve stories of "solid com- fort" The .fireproof hotel in heart; of the .city, EUROPEAN; HAN Rates, day up Bath up Picked faculty. V" ForprespcetuiandtennBwritetfctPrindjifiT .eo the sjjower baths, and mlugent.. TJhe otttileh, rang pqol- For many of the men fl ,h d COuW I10t b tinf Iiolnno- fn T.ntlihrtHp-o trip who do not belong to Lethbridge, the Y.M.C.A. is a veritable home away !rom home; and; evidences of appre- ciation among the men are every- where, evident. .-The genial secretary London, Dec. Catmdian of- ficers, the surplus-with the Canadian contingent, at Salisbury, Plain, have sailed oa the steamer Grampian for to join the second was found. for thorn in the regiments at SaHabury Plain, were given the choice-of.'serv- ing with Kitchener's army, or.ireturn- ing to join the force now being' moh- i'iized. and most preferred, to doing an he can for the IfidftaK ESS.' 10 is to congratulated on the good work the association is doing for our 'soldier 'boys' during their brief Btay n the city. NEW YORK IRISH STOPPED London, Dec. circulation of ,iie Irish 'World of New York in Irs- rlivtc for th-3 time, and has heen stopped by the govern- mentt owing to--tg attitudo toward re- take advantage- of of hcsriug Mr. Virtue :i'is U-sme. MPII'S Eccial Hour 3ms j, ;hat it wrri-ats For iisr taken A -occ'.niitffio arc Krirtififg' -afraid.or i; up cfw.E'ructivr rourrffi of ?ub-! "l cruiting j-.ofo for'ths. coining vTiiC-h nyrht to prove high'y acd instmotive. The host speak- ers in tow-a-'trill ecpiired to assist In this iiRdertakinK. This department will bs under the supervision of'jVIr. Virtue, who.will take charge of the Sundayi-jayening. meetings .during coming seaBon. JLet every young man. mail's forum in town: The Young Mefc'B Social Hourat the Boy Baats Grocers police aro watching for a boy whp has mulcted two or three grocery, stores Lothbrldpe foP con- quautiticn of 'groceries. Tii'c one vrlth cunning behmrf lit a store, crflere a tbo awewnt Mill blm In n Opinion. Safte'y-First you. only London Constipation is an enemy within the camp. It ,wfll undermine the strongest constitution and ruin the most "vigorous; health. It leads to indigestion, biliousness, impure blood, bad complexion, sick headaches, and is one of the moat frequent causes of appendicitis. ,To ncglcctitis slow suicide. 'Dr, Morse's Indian Root Pills positively cure Constipation- They are entirely vegetable in composition and do not si'-kr.-n, weaken or gripe. Preserve your health by taking Dr. Best-Hamlins rnarlc of the finest and most coatiy ma- lerials ever put into ;i h'nf meiit, ,-Kevci: injurious, always .effective. Sends its antiseptic healing oils right in pnin frrr jhcHraatism, oprairtH, noco thrgat, cuts, cold on the cheat, etc. All druggists, drevm bookj'rcc. HAMLINS WfZARD OIL ;