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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914 THE LE-THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE When Stores are dear In Hard times you stop'the wastage of food in the the wastage of food in 'the body also. ,Bovril enables you to extract much- more nourishment from your ment that would otherwise be wasted or clog the system because it is not assimilated. And a bottle of Bovrilis the nourishment and stimulating qualities of many pounds of beef. It is because ofits li SHackleton, when planning his great Antarctic Expedition, said ETC. f 2ot, We.; I B Batrfl Cordial, Sargs, Si.35; tS oz. FfoW Bert SCENES OF RUSSIAN VICTORIES EOF IDEE IS ENJOYABLE SMOKER TO CELE- BRATE JOYOUS OCCASION- PATRIOTIC NOTE PRE- DOMINANT Mrs. Hugh Boyd, 544 12th St will receive- tomorrow. Miss Hazel Brown has returned from coast, where sue has been xelatnes foi the past ioui r 6, Fort Continuing the Week-End FRIDAY A analr naming mtc as he an abundant stirring' martial speeches interspersed. Corsets Values Sale price on this Corset Ctiic' new "line, made of -'Goutili- :2% inch bust, very- .long and backs, four not many of value I Warm and Cozy Underskirts 95e Fleec-y lined.. Underskirts for ladies, colors" are pmTc and grey They have neat scalloped bot- tom.. Regular ?1.25 line-for Children's Corset Waists Just 25c These Waists to clear-out "this week of color, all 35c values Stewart, M.P.P., D H. EUon ana "Frecl J-toDms "Naturally the speakers dwelt largely o-u the War and Bri- tain's honorable place as one o! the corafiafents. Full confidence in the ultimate result was expressed by gentleman. Sir. Robins, who is_ Grand Presi- m Al- oi the and hhes-of-tne-valley. Dr. J. G. oi Fort assisted the groom. immediately following the mony the couple left on the 8.20 train for en route to New Yorii, Rochester, Detroit and Toronto, before leavylg for, their wes-! tern Free Press. i g contingent" tfere OPPOSES DISMISSAL OF GERMAN CITY OFFICIAL Hot Controversy Rages in Ontario May Be Kaiser's Spy London, F. G. 'Mitchell's The retaking of Lodz by the Russians is verv important as it threatens resolution, calling for the'dismissal of the German line. Germans TV ho were a short time 1 General H. J. Glauoitz of tne have now been driven back over 75 miles to.the southwest. n Commission on the ground of his German birth, has caus- ed a sensation here. Tdday Phillip- chairman of the commission, challenged Aid. 3IrtehelLr-lov bring Ms case .before ia the first _ _ were one hundred and sixtv members of the Sons of England, and hs had been told- that a very .large, propor- tion-oi the contingent were members of -the order. The contributors to the musical program were, AV T Stott, B. J, H Faunch, C. Gibson, C. E. J. Faunch, Mr. Wakelin, the old- est nwTnbcr of the lodge, Mr. Owens, Mr Watson, Mr. Pearson. Mr, J, Clarke was the acceptable -ac- companist of' the evening. Of'co'orse, "It's a long, long way to Tiprer- ary" was sung and the chorus roused the crowd. a sister oi Mr. Thos.' Qumn, of this ciw, and "v isited Leth- j bridge a ago. .T Clubs and Societies The Ladies' Aid of Trinity church met yesterday afternoon in the church. All the officers of last yearj were unanimously re-elected The 'social- waSi-added to, -and a pro-gram committee formed. It 13 the intention of the Aid to hold one social afternoon a monta, the first to Candy Specials >c c Turkish Delight Per pound Mixed Chocolates Per pound Chrystal Jellies Per Hand-made Cara- m els. per pound Fresh .Boxed: Chocolates, All Prices. "Quality First" 25c 21c PHOXE 313 20-tb SACK OF SUGAR FOR. WITH EVERY GROCERY ORDER. Fresh Creamery, 3 pounds for 6 pounds for Monk waiting to be tajc'en to the hos- pital. Eight of them were badly hurt, he "left some were evidently not long for this .world. One of tbern seemed to be very un- Canada if this country He took but': natural- papers in 1911. Mayor Graham characterizes the ac- tion_to dismiss the official as uu-Brl- tish and.an outrage. It is charged in some quarters that TO Captain A. H. BeH, Lord Strathcona's Horse (RC.) and district staff adju- tant for military district No. 13.. to command the Alberta.- overseas lon has been, approved. Dr Potter, a" New York veterinary, has to horses for "the- Britisn army. r easy. A nurse went up to .him and offered to arrange his bandages. JHe said: "I want a "Is.there a priest asitecr tne nurse v_ Just "then another soldier lying __ mortal'Iy wounded, plucked the'nurse Mn Glaubitz has given vent to the sleeve he said "I German utterances since the war be- jam a priest. I can give him absolu- gan, while others have gone so far as- tion. Carry me to to express the that he may be The nurse hesitated. The second a part of Germany's espionage sys- soldier was suffering from the effects of a shell wound, and the least -move- ment gave him excruciating pain. Bur ajrain the feeble -voice said "5fou are of the faith and you know the price of a soul What is onelTBore hour of life compared vith that9" soldier raised .himself by a suursme effort to go to--the'side of GRAVES DOT BATTLEFIELD So Thick Impossible Not to Walk on s Thsrrv- all hear the dm of war northward, a very different scene comrade is exacted on the Maine. A number To do-one's best work with comfort, body and braia must be in good condition. That requires proper food thai contains all the elements that build brain __ .and brawn. Is of-food! Ma5c of wheat and barley, it contains all the nu- triment of these most those vital mineral discarded in making while flour.. Long baking'breaks down the starch cells of the jnakes1 this food easily digestible by the most delicate stomach; v i v v{ 'Economical- "There's a .for Grape-Nuts v Canadian Cereal But the effort was vain, _ ___ iad to bs earned The confession of hastily" dug had "to "be not take J0n- and toe strength -of ftlie soldier piiest was ebbmg rapmiy away. Ween the time came to give re-made over again Countless others are re-opened daily by parties of re-> j latives authorized to search out the j remains'of their lost and to'remove I the bodies to the family vaVit cations are always ague, and often i entirely wrong, so that mound afier I mound -has" to "be turned over until' the right is found It is a weary, ghastly job, for in parts the entire" countryside is one cemetery Around the farm of Champfleury graves are so thick that -t is impos- sible not (to on them This pa-t was the centre of the bloodiest episode of the battle, which the French were last ordered to take, cost what it aught, at first assault Two hundred men. set out They came back seveu all told At the second attempt jfour hundred made the charge, and went-down but ten. absolution, he made, a signa'l to..-.th'e; nurse "Help me to give the The nurse held up his arm while this was being doie Death followed quickly lor the patient, and his peni- tent They died hand in hand, while the nurse and tie men "sll knees on either side of them Sensational Sale of Brussels Rugs Tomorrow Good quality Brussels importations, hard wearing qualities. Fawn grounds and green grounds. Oriental, -floral .and just about 12 rugs all told. "Size 9x9. Regular Sale-Prick Size Eegiilar 623.00." Sale Price Size 9x12. Eegular -S27.00. Sale- Price Men's Sweaters Ladies' Arcadie Overshoes Men's Sweaters in all good shades, also a few in combination'' effects. Sizes un to Begular S3.50 1 Men's Flannel Shirts Ladies' Arcadie Overshoes, smart "styj.e. Just the right weight for present wearrj .gtilar pnce 99c Misses' Button Boots Flannel Shirts ideal for "Winter wear. ported Shirts ior men, colla- attached. Sizes to 17, Regular Im- Misses'- Button Boots in tan .smart style: -Cloth tops. Sizes 10 to 1% "Regular Men's Negligee Shirts Men's Boots Men's Negligee Shirts in good assortment pin stripes and plain colors. All sizes. Regular Axminster Mats Axminster patterns, rich aeep pile. Worth. Box Calf, Gunmetal an'd Tan Calf Boots, .Button or Blucher Values to Eft Water Tumblers Glass "Water Tumblers, fluted base; per dozen good shapes, Seven Day Sale of High Grade Furs commenting on Saturday. See them in the window. MILLENNIUM FOR MEN: SUY_-CHSAP DRESSES BULGARIA WILL STAY NEUTRAL London, No% 4 dispatch from Bucharest says that while 'Bulgaria will resist with armed force any at- tempt of the Turks or the Allies to cross her territory, she "will remain neutral in. the. conflict between. Rus- gfl sia ind Turkey CROWN PRINCE IS WOUNDED? Kaiser's Son Suffers From Hurts Strassburg Hospital Genevas Switzerland, via Paris, Nov. 5. Travellers who., arrived hore on Monday from say that the Crown Pnn.ce Frederick William of, Germany 'was seriously, although not imoH-aiiv _ wmmded JIghttng Jn iranee, that he has to th'e palace at Strassburg and plac-. ed under the care of specialists from Berlin EXTREME PENALTY FOR NELSON MURDERER -Nelson, B.C, Nbvf Guiseppi df Caessre, an' Italian; was last' night sentenced to death .for-thq shooting of Lotus August1 over money mftttersr for- twelve -years- that death1 r V I" The same dispatch-.declared that 200 000 Turks are mobilized at Tchat- aldja, 25 miles from Constantinople, at the point where they made their fina1 stand against the Bulgarians in the first Balkan war RESPONSIBLE FOR BJG REGINA WORK Toronto, Ont, Nbv 5.1 Rev. J H. Oliver, who was largely responsible for raisin? the for Regina college, 'while he was stationed in that City as minister, died in To The work of that campaign broke his health, and he, re- tired from the ministry For the past three years he lias been in the real business here v until ill-health compelled MS retirement in March He born in Ontario 47 years ago and presrhed at Cooksvillc; Sarma, Tdronto and other Ontario, points t, WilJiam Kamlltou, of Toronto. Was -president of thejDntano Sun-' diy- School association. t -New York's new city twdirct -will J for or perhaps two economy being prac- tised by British women at present is causing lack of work in certain branches of trade At a meeting of relatively people here" to- j nignt, it -was stated that one-third of the dressmaKers in London are on short time, because even-thft-welt to-do are buying cheap ready-mada clotl.iag as-also said_ that one- fourth of the millinery workers are on snort timer due to women buy- ing hats which are cheaply trimmed. Statistics indicated that there are 5000 more unemployed people in Lon- don than there were last year at tins lime ence 'had been oroiioimfceiF flrfee millions ciore.v w V4, f i ni" V J Photographer Has recovered from an at- tack of typhoid fever and will be at thesStudiff in morai Block, 5th the i i- beginning of next Those muke- pofntmeKu do io Specials in Friday and Saturday PHOKE 1567 T uie Strawberry Jam, tin..65c TTagstafi's Jams in 4-fb tins-, eack. St. Charles Evaporated Milk, 10 tins.f or Sugar, per 20-lb sack'.. arrived, large size, doz. 20c 2 pkts of Grriffii's Raisins and one 16- ounce -tin of Eggo -Baking Powder for Preserved- Peackesan 2-fl) tins, each 15c