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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1911 THE L E T H A E DAILY HERALD value The miners in tho sur- rounding the city liave done nqluy by the PaU'ictic and Hed CrpsSJ'Funil campaign. In admticm to the I big feceivcrf on Saturday -from tho men of the Gait the Leth- lirJUge Collieries today sent through Treasurer. Scatlo. a. for This handsome donation In tiluded Mr. from Mr. Stroud, both of the maii- agement of the mine.1 Panama Route Used for England- Peru Business Washington, Dec. Dir ship service between New irect steam- ship service between New York and- Vladivostok, Siberia, by iray" of the Panama Canal, already has begun and two steamers already have passed through the canal with cargoes of genera! manufactured goods and 'met shandise. The new line is miles ong, hut is miles shorter than the route from .New York to V'ladi- vofitock by way of the Suez caaal. Consequently a ten knot vessel saves days at Sea. The hegirwing o! a I new trade between Peru and .England I by way of the canal is indicated 'in tJie passage through the waiccway of l two steamships laden with raw gar from Peru. London, Dec. view of the to tho Germany army-bill of 1812, German statement that Belgium and Germany's.desire, to have >'made secret arrangements, with niore men.- ihr the ..first" line than arid is widely France has. held in the "During last said the ".Dutch labor journal publishes a speech premier, "ne learned 'that the pur- :which M. do IJrootjueville, the 'Belgian pose of the: increase'.was to enable Fool With Gun- Causes Death of WolseleyGirl ......-_.--. __ Wolseley, Sash., Dec. the made secret sitting German arnjies to break through Bel- Lcland Hotel Saturday afternoon one .parliament when the Belgian army j gium. We were >told pi this b" several of the waitresses iVIiss Emma Lir; bill was submitted. powers, and our uneasiness was -in- was killed by a rifle shot. A maga- According to the version d a by. several plais of which we zinc rifle belonging to the-.bartender 'cialist Ji. P., to the publication of j j was returned to him Friday', which '.which M: dc Brocqucvillc. is said to J The pramicr' then read several re- he declares was empty. An.ottior par- have consented, the premier told, pat-' pods regarding, .the' railway around ty wished" to borrow it Friday night ;liament that the-army bill was due Elsenhorn, and tte possibility of Gcr-, but he was refused, and the'-owner many transporting men in less intimated that he or elso than 24 hours and invading Belgium must used it and put m a cart- after a three hours' march. "There- ridge Believing the weapon-to be un- fore, de.. Brocaueville, loaded, he pointed it at "we must.beware of Germany.'1 i lady and the bullet passed right As to France, she had strengthened through her bodv above the hips She her fortresses and increased her fore- expired in less than an hour cs M de Brocqueville said he feared! The young woman's parents live no conflict "with France, tut the near- Indian Head) must he prepared to meet both side TEA TURNS GKAY HAIR DARK It's recipe to brinj color, lustre arid thickness to hair when faded, streaked or gray. That beautiful, even shade oi dark hair ca'n- only be'Kad by brew a. mixture of Sage Tea and 'Sul- phur. "Tour Dai r is your charm., II inak'eB or mars the face. When1 it tades, turns (streaked and looks i'rVi wispy and scraggy, just-an appli- cation or .two of Sago and Sulphur enhances Its appearance a hundred- fold Don't ".bother ;tp .prepare the tonic; yoti can get from any drug store a 50- cent -bottle ot "Wyeth's and Sul- pli'pr ready to use. This pan- always be depended upon to bring back. color, thickness lustre oi hair and remove dand- ruff i k stop. stialp -itching and falling1 bair, uses' "WyelhV Sage and Sulphur because it darkens so natur- ally, .and evenly that nobody can tell itihaa.been.applied. You simply damp- enjL sponge or soft 'brush with It ana draw this through the hair, taking one small, strand .at a time; by r morning. the gray hair baa disappeared, 'and after another application It becomes beautifully dark and appears glossy, lustrous and abundant Sold by J. O. Hlginbotnam Co, Limited. The premier said they had been war ed of the danger of a foreign powe setting foot m Belgium, and that sh should be prepared for self-defenc The late. KifigVof.-Rpumania on who tendered-, tbisva'dvice. NEW DEATH DEALER Rome, Dec. 21 to a pri vate message, from Berlin -tlie Auatr ana, in their attack on the Servm positions.. outside, Belgrade-'UBed a r markable -engine of war for the firs time. This "constructed on th principle of -r the ancient Roman cat a pult, and; throws. ffiled wit stones and explosives at a high trajei :ory Into enemy's positions witl terrible the atones toeing spit up into thousands of pioces and hur d over ttMviue area. The Tange o hese machines is necessarily smal but for tho warfare -on Uje Danub :hey have proved peculiarly effective C, S Douglas, a former mayor, i n the field for mayor of Vancouve or 1915. HOTEL CHRISTMAS MENU 11.45 A.M. TO 8 25, 1914. SERVICE A LA CARTE Olyinpia Cocktail 15c Oyster ala Creme 15o SOUP New York Counts (raw.) 26c OYSTERt Chicken Gumbo 10 c RELISHES AND SALADS- Lettuce lOc Stuffed Italian Olives lOc Celery Hearts lOc Chon Chow Pickled Beett So Mexican Fruit Salad Chicken Salad and Mayonnaise 20c Lobeter Newburj Finnan Haddie Grilled 20c Boiled Cod, Cream Sauce 20c Fried Salmon an Gratin 20c Baked White" ENTREES ol Sprin'g Lamb Petite Poit 20c Boston Baked Beans and Brown Bread English Mutton Chops a la 20a Brazed Side of Pork Brazilian style ZOc ROASTS Prime Rtts su Jus 20c of Pork, Italian OreMlng 15c Leg of Lamb, 8auce ZOc Roast young Turkey, Cranberry 3Cc Koast Chicken, Dressing CIiamplnwiB 25c VEQETAILU .Hashed Potatoes in Cream 6c Aaparagus TlM on Tout llic French Peaa Wo Corn on Cob 1M t OISIERT Pie 5o Lemon Pie 6c Pumpkin Pio Sc B, C. Apple Pic So Biiflish Plum Diplomtte lie Aasortod Nuts, Fresh Fruit We BEVERAOIS Colfee 6c Tea 5c Milk Be Postum 5c Cocoa oc HEAVY LOSS AMONG OFFICERS English Report 92 Killtd, 153 Wound Week London, Dec. (he week ended.-December 7, 92.British officers' "were killed in France, 153 were wound- ed and 20 were reported missing The losses were rather evenly scattered throughout virtually ah tlie organiza- tions At tho front, no one regiment, had more thantthree officers killed, I according to a report Issued by the war office. I The Indian contingent evidently, has been active, for the losses .there were heavy. Twenty-nine. British.: officers attached to the Indian forces weia killed, 49 were wounded and 10 were reported missing. The total casual- :iss of officers since bega follow. Killed, 1058, wounded, 2071 missing, QUIT MEAT WHEN KIDNEYS BOTHER Tike a glass of Saltt before if your Back hurts or Bladder n troubling you. No man or womau who eats meal egularly can make a mistake by lushing the kidneys occasionally, says well known authority Meat forms ric acid which excites the kidneys liey become over-worked from the train, get sluggish and fail to filter lie waste and poisons from the blood, lien ve get sick. Neatly rheuma- Ism, headache, liver trouble, nervous- ess, dizziness, sleeplessness and urin- ry disorders come from sluggish kid- eys. Tho moment you feel a dull ache le kidneys or your back'hurts or II le urine is cloudy, offensive, full of ediment. Irregular of passage or at- ended by a [sensation of scalding, :op "eating tttoat apd get about four unces of Jad Salts from any phar> mcy; take a tnblcupoonful in' a glass f water before breakfast and In a ow your kidneys will.act Jnc his famous ii made from tho cid of grapes and com- ned witl) llthla, and has1 been used r generations to and stimulate e kidneys, also neutralize the elds ID urine BO It no longer causes i-itatloD, thus ending bladder eis..-, I Salts li eanitot jure; mal-ec a delightful nt drlnlt which one should take sow and to keep the kidneys clean and and the blood pure, thereby You are cordially invited to call and see the busy little Sunbeams working The greatest authority in medical science declare that Sunbeams are the cure for all human bills. The Lethbridge Sick-room Suneams are holding Sale for ONE DAY ONLY, WEDNESDAY, at the BENTLEY STORES. The proceeds of the Sale will brighten many homes this Yule-tide Season. In our happy anticipation of securing Gifts for others, remember the les? fortunate, the sick, and patronize the Sick-room Sunbeams Sale. In doing so; one is afforded an opportunity of securing some of the Home-made Confection' that. "MOTHER USED TO MAKE." is a Gif t? A Gifjj: is the materialization of a kind or remembrance. See cfur Dainty Gifts for Father, Mother, Sister, Brother or Friend Hand Bags Leather'Hand Bags In a varie- ty of leathers and styles to choose to Comb and Brush Sets In leather, case, with Tooth Brush and' Scissors Prise Gloves Always Appreciated Ladies' Fine Kid Gloves of French black, white or -4 Dainty-Christmas Neqkwear Lily Collars in white only, fine Organdies and Lawns, tace or embroidered edge. Price 30e-40c Fine Floral Jabots A large rantfe of pretty floral effects, beautiful .colorings. From 35c to 75c A Few Reminders of the Es- sentials for that Christmas U Dinner SDc Oranges at prices that fit purse and taste A Dainty Waist for Xmas Waists of fine Crepe-de-Chene or Messaline, all the latest shades, and the fashionable low collars From to Men's Mufflers IN A VARIETY OF SHADES And colorings to suit the most fastidious. Prices from Mocha Gloves A gift of comfort; fine Wool Lined Gloves. each Silk Underskirts Dainty Silk Underskirts of fine shot effects, deep accordian pleated flounce. each Tea Aprons a Remembrance Gift A wonderful assortment of ex- dainty nftuifin embroidered or trimmed with lace. 35c each THE BENTLEY COMPANY, Limited Austrian Entanglements to Impede Enemy The p.cture shows the pltfallt, surrounded by sharp spikes whtco construct ntar tnelr fortressei The barbed win on the rittt beavilv charge! with electricity a nd woilld. prevent numliw'.ef nolaleri from to fortreises, eii in fasting the spiked jitlallfc i r T M i ;