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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGEFJV1 Btrlln, July following was given out this terhoon foy a prominent govern- ment "All official circles are excited over the news of IJuss'ia's intoler- able lack of loyalty, for, whlls ic! egraphic Intercourse was proceed- ing between the Czar and Kaiser, while the Powers were negotlat ing op of Sir Edward Grey's proposal' a conference, the official report Is received heie that the Czar has mobilized entire army and navy. 'yfhe: Kaiser arrived from Poti- aam this afternoon, and the Ization of tfiq whole German army Is expected to follow imme- diately." Work at Hatdreville Started under the ministry of Mr. .George lIcKc-ais, that ol Mr. At- lun who succeed d him It was tin-: tire that the church mi )m It nd the con re alien organized j Air At in conducted an aggressive I minis ry anJ worked hard for the I church The church Has dedl catwl in July 30th of last jear and in ihe fu loring ''a'llatb August1 ths 3rd. --the'.'first Sabbath serviceb were condLctcJ by Dr Feigu son buptrintendent of Home Mis sibns. In Ortofcer ot last year Mr. Mar h succende-d Mr Atkm as pastor ot the church; and the work lias since pone steadily forward There is a line Sai-bath school and a very strong and hard-working-Ladles' Aid Sod- s'} Ihis Society has during the year, held two bazaars and a num her of s chis and has raised a good h- amount towards' the extinction of the ao i on the During the winter months a Junior C E Sc- ci ty is conducted and English class p.s are held for the benefit, of the Non Anglo Salons m the camp is also a choir, which, in ihe winter months renders good ser vice u year much 1ms been done m the wu> qf debt rpdwhon ind the anniversary should bo dom mated by the note of optimism The annnersiry services will be held "on Sunday next and on tie follow ng RUSSIAN CABINET HOLDS WAR SESSION St Petsraburg, July Empsror ot Russia today gave an audience to the German Ambaesai dor, and subsequently presided over a full council of ministers, at- tended by the chief of the army's general staff. GERMANY BUSY APPOINTING WAR OFFICERS Berlin, July Prince Frederick William of Germany- was appointed to the command of the first division of the Imperial, Guards army corps. Londrn, July 31. Premier, As- s, statement m the House to- day was as follows 'We have just heard, not from St. Fet.rsjurg, but from Germany, that Russia had proclaimed the general mobilization of her army and. her fleet and that in consequence martial 1 .w was to be proclaimed in Ger- many. 'We understand this to mean .that mobilization will follow in Germany if tlra Russian mobilization is gener- al and is'proceeded with. 'In thtse circumstances, I not to answer any further questionF till ond I LSSIA AUSTRIA BREAK Berlin, July Deutsch Tages Zcitu'ng, an influential imperialistic pa er, declares diplomatic relations are broken off between Russia and A stria NO HOPE NOW OF LOCALIZING WAR Vienna, JUy censored dis- patch says i 'Hope of localising war fivcn up in all quarters GERMAN. TROOPS ON FRENCH BORDER Paris, July. troops are asSL'mH'ng on the French frontier am! strategic positions. Re- service has been estab- lished end boundary lines 'ate being patr-lltd. OLRMAN1 THINKS I.BORLD WAR CERTAIN Washington Df C July 31 matic d spatchis. f om Berl n lat to day say the German .opinion is'that a general European war is .They also report.. that garr son at Gibraltar his been mo- bilized RUSSIA BLEW BpHDER HRlDGEffl Berlin, July tlpii ot' the reported blowing ap by RutisJa.n' troops of the railroad Granica, Russian i'-cland, and in Galicia, on the road'from Warsaw to Vienna, was received here this evening. SWITZERLAND MpHILIZES ARMY Berne, Switzerland, July Federal council today ordered the rho'-ilfention of all men between 30 and 48 years of age capable of bcar- arms. NO MORE TRAINS INTO GERMANY'' .Brussels, Belgium, July 31. The German Imyerial railway administra- tion; today informed thy management of. the Belgian state railways offici- ally that all ira'hs into Germany Ird'leen suspended. THK SllFFS CALL OFi1 THEIR DOGS London, July 31. The headquar- ters of the Women's Social and Po- litical Union, the militant suffrage today sent a proclama- tion'to al! its branches in the United Kingdom orderipg the cessation of ail acts 01 militant; during the con- tinuance of tire international crisis. ENGLAND OHARTLRS C. P. R. EMPRESS OF ASIA Hong Kong, China, July actiiye preparations are going on here .m view of eventualities. I Ihe Canadian Pacific steamer Em- Press of Asia has been chartered by the eminent and guns are being mointcd en toard At the dockyards wor is proceeding night and day 'and double guards have been placed 'ch duty. All the troops have been confined 'to the barracks, and leave has been stopped The British battleship Tri- umph today. took on her war stores and is prepared for action. All the boundaries of the colony are guarded by outposts. LIEUT. PBPOVITCH. SERVIAN, KILLED Msh Tuly fighting is going on at the Semendra Pass. Serv- ian artillery, mounted on the hills, in- flicted terrible losses on the attack- ing forces. Lieut. Pepovitch, who dis- tinguished -himself- in the war with Turkey, was among' the first of the Servians killed in battle near Sem- endra. In today's fighting there are heavy losses on both sides, additional Austrian troops having come up to re- inforce --the regiments storming the Servian entrenchments about the Pass; Another victory, 'for the Servian arms is officially, .reported to have been won; over: tlie..Austrians, who crossed the Drlna river from Zavornik. Two divisions: invaders at- tempted to force the .defile of Kovatch, which leads to Flevtle. and Prijoluje, Help In time ot jhyiical trouble caused by resulting from torpid liver, inactive bowels, is al- ways given, quickly, certainly, safely bythemostfamousoffamilyremediea PILLS mMt Anr ftfejkim Is Ui. Wottt. SeU Ui WBM, but 'were beaten after an all-day en- 10 IHE MIL Ottawa, Ont., July 31.-Sir Rob- ert Bordtn has cut short his holiday in Ml'Sioka in view ol the serious- ness ot the war' situation. He will in the capital tomorrow m orier to be on hand in the event or action on the part of the Cana- dian government becoming necessary. Col 'Hughes, who is In Brooklyn to- idav will proceed to Quebec, tonight !.to'look over the situation at the ciiadel. Tanj Red oi> FrecUled Skin Is Easily Shed To free your.summer-Bolled skin of Its freckles, blot- ches ortah.'the best thing to do is to free ybUr-self of the Stan itself. This is easily-accomplished by the use of ordinary-uiercolized Wax, which -can be liad- at any drug store. Use at night as you use cold cream, washing it iff .in the .mprning.. Immediately tho offending surface skin begins 'to come off in fine powder-like particles. Gradually' 'tile 'entire cuticle is ab- sorbed, without pain or inconvenience. The second layer of skin now in evi- dence presents a spotless whiteness and sparkling beauty obtainable in no other way. If the heat tends to loosen and your. there's .an effect- ive and harmless remedy you can readily make at home. Just let an 'ounce of" powdered saiolite dissolve in a half-pint witch hazel and bathe your face- in the liquid. This at once tightens the skin and. smooths out the lines; making you look years younger. A steady flow of bar- gains in Summer goods W.J. Nelson Co. The Foot Toggery AUCTION SALE Of Household Furniture 1722 Second Avenue A North; one Block east of Gilmora't Bakery, MONDAY EVENING AT 6.30 O'CLOCK W. L. "Wilson, Auctioneer, is instructed by Fritz Baillod, to sell the following: 1 Sideboard 1 Extension Table 1 Chiffonier 2 Dressers 1 Double Bed, Brass Trimmings 2 Single Beds, Brass Trimmings 1 Chest Drawers 1 Morris. Chair 1 .Writing Desk l' Loungo Odd Rockers 1 Hail Rack TERMS CASH. 1 Screen 2 Carpet Squares 1 Verandah Chair 1 Cuphoard 1 Wheelbarrow (Iron) 1 Wringer 1 Bone Cutter- Kitchen Chairs Kitchen Table A quantity of Bedding Dishes, Kitchen Utensils About 20 Hens. NO RESERVE. I RUY IT NO MATTER WHAT YOU NEED, if is to your interests to get it in Lethbridge. This is recognized by every one who has thought the mat- ter out. You can prove it by reading the announcements of the live city stores. It pays business men too, to buy printing at home and IT COSTS NO MORE Investigation has shown that Lethbridge prices on printing are lower than Calgary, Winnipeg, or Great Falls, The Herald Job Department can give you good service on "everything" you require in