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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914 Jf's a pleasure to bake and roast with an oven that's always bright and clean. See McClarys Gas Ranges Built to burn natural fitted with white ena- {melled roast pan and II iU anti-rust oven. Ask the fjrMcClary dealer. Sold by McKeown Hardware Co. THREE SHOTS WERE FIRED THE THIRD TAKING. AWAY HER CONNING TOWER. HUNT 11 Chatham, Sept, 33.-Despatch. to the Liadon Daily chief gunner ot the Cressy, 1 crave me 'tonight a thrilling narrative of the disastM which befell the three A War Incident (Correspondence of the Londoji A lady who lived in.one of the vil- lascs to the north-east I'aris un- til the approach of the dolmans the other day tells me ni episode out oi which by adding here and traeting there an artist would con- struct a toiichiiiir- romance, but wmiae sting will tlir intelligent miud more sharply ii I tell only the.'naked truth. The village, which 1 had hotter not name, lies not ,tar from Chantilly racecourse, .with the smoke of. Paris ia the in taking them into direction oi it, saw the middle ship, the Aboukir, heeling over and going j Bure j.Unvn rapiulv. We totted a German P.trplrcd.tato thence. 'elusion that she had beqn struck by a torpedo, and we kepi a sharp look- out (or these cralt while steaming to the assistance oi the Aboukir. "The Hogtie was also closing COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Ask for Blue Ribbon products and see that your dealer gives them. All Blue Ribbon goods are. guar- anteed to satisfy. It otherwise yon may return them. Blue Ribbon Coffees and Baking Powder ara the best on the market or they ecu 're to A sitl so strong a guarantee. up toward the sinking ship with the ob- I ject of assisting the crew, who were dropping into the water, when we heard a second crash. As the Hogue began to settle we knew that she al- so had keen torpedoed. "We got closer to both ships to save as many oi their men as wo could, and the brave fellows calmly awaited our approach. HOW HE SANK SUBMARINE 1 summoned the inhabitants ami demanded the surrender of tire Englishmen, threatciiiiiE dire penal- ties. Everyone knew where they'werc, and turned to their spiritual guide. Instinct saves us from reason in such crises. Tlte gooil cure lied.bold- I ly, in a loud -voice, so that.his. nock i should understand. He had not seen ihe Englishmen. No doubt taey had gone on toward Par s. The German soldiers rode on. IT IS THE FLAVOR OF BABER'S COCOA TJiat Makes It Deservedly Popular An absolutely pure, delicious and wholesome food beverage) produced by a scientific blend- ing of high-grade cocoa beans, subjected to a perfect mechanical process of manufacture. Made in Canada by Walter Baker Co. Limited ESTABLISHED 1780 MONTREAL, CANADA DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS CANADA'S'WORD BY What most struck my informant was the exceeding deliberation with which the Atkins four performed ttoir toilet and brushed .their hair _ and clothes before-.makng .their-, es- We drew and at that mo- oate. The cure then left for a Eater ment some to me: 'Look Wtsn they returned, and found out, sir, there's a submarine on our pll. the birds flown, the Uhlans took I port beam icicnge bv burning his house "I saw her. She was about 400 ilowtl vards away. Only her periscope show- ed aboie the nares I took caretul aim at her with a twelve-pound suot. It went over her by about two yards, A friend to the household and a foe to pain for over 60 years. For sprains, burns; 'neuralgia, cramps, "atomach and bowel troubles, there ia nothing _________'sTYliard highest Quality liniment and the most cmtb of all to make At set TT.MIIH Wizard Oil. fimotis dram tookfr't iftm toHfr HAMUNS WIZARD OIL CO. TOROWTO and that gave me the range. "I iired again, and hit the periscope and sac disappeared.. Up she came again, and this time part of her con- ning tower.' was visible, so I fired HATRED REKINDLED A STORY OF THE WAR With reference to the German atro- cities at Vise, the Dutch illustrated weekly-newspaper Eet Leven prints .a particularly dramatic narrative, told third shot and smashed in the tap of the conning "The men standing .by shouted, 'She's hit, Sir and then thej let knowledge of the facts out a great chetr as the submarine The story begins with the Franco sank, and while she was going down, German sailors flcaled up from her, botli swimming hard. After' that.we shot at a trawler which was jards aivaj and evi- dently 'a German boat in disguise, by ihe Dutch writer Dr. Lamberts Hurrelbrink, of Maestricht, .on his own German war of 1S70, and concerns a farmer's family n'araed Hauff, then living in Alsace. invaded 'plundered'Hauff's farm, absolutely ruining him: Enrag- ed thereby Hauff sh'ot a couple of the marauders, whereupon 20 Germans rushed into bis house, placed him directing operations She must have covered the approach oi tie enernv'si suomarffles, and we trained our guns him there and then. his xWi on her and hit her with the first who had fainted, came to her senses a nen. pj his farm, and shot Consign Your Cattle and Hogs C. Knight Co. and receive their highest market "value. Literal Advances Made On Consignments Write or wire us for our Mar- bet Report and Quotation sheet We are daily touch with local and outside markets and can, adTise advsn- tage. C. Knight Co. 'CHARLES KNIGHT w. j. HYDE Stontc Commission Merch. ants, Alberta Stockyards, Calgary. P.'O. Box 1866. Phone E5544. IN HEAIiT OF CITT HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE "Twelie Stories of Solid lii the CCD tre 'of theatres and stores on both sides. [shot and'set Jier'ba fire. I don't; know what her ultimate fate Tras "Bj 'this'time we already had been struck bj one torpedo, but the dam- age was not m a vital spot j.nd we should kept afloat all right tte saw another, submarine on our; star- hoard side and we- made a desperate effort to get her hut Tailed, and Witt 52 pw diy op her torpedo got. home room, M our engine That married men siiould oe home their families at 2 o'clock in the morning, Trhflc bachelors hare con clierablo morevllberty, and a man ex peotiflf a visit from the stork needs All hlf money, were the conclusions arrived at by Mayor S. HL Walker of Atlanta, Pa-, wlim four men caught In a poker game were arraigned in his police courtT The married man mu fined 120.80; tbe single man 80. while the father a visit from the stork was let with fine of f 10 80. "IfS A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY" Up to mighty London came an Irish man-one day, As the streets are pav'd with gold, sure was gay, Singing eongs of Piccadilly Strand and Leicester Square, Till Paddv got excited, then he shonted to them there: Chorus Its a long1 way to Tipperary, it's a long wav to go, It's a long way to Tipperao, to the sweetest girl I Know, Goodbye PiecadiUj, farewell Leicester It's a long, long way to Tipperao, -But-my heart's right Paddy wrotc.a letter to his Irish Molly O', Saying, "Should you not recer-e it, write aiici let me know! f I make mistakes in spelling, Molly' said he, "Rememhei it's the pen ttat's bad, don't lay the blame on me." Molly wrote a neat reply to Irish '.Paddy 0', Saying, "Mike .Slaioney wants to me, ana eo. Leave the Strand and Piccadilly, or you'll be to blame, For love has fairly drove me silly, hoping you're the Chester Speakerman, a 62-year-old fanner who.lived near Richmond, Orit. was gored to death h> a ball His body was found ia a terribly mangled condition. NO ALUM DRPRICE'S CAPTAIN AND CREW CALM "Tnen the Cressy began to turn 1 over, and this T will say for the said "Mr Dougherty proudly, "they acted like British sailors, and those who jjied, med as a Briton should. "Our Captain was on the bridge, and m these critical minutes be spoke (some words of advice to the crew, 'Keep cooi, my labs, keep be said in a steady voice 'Pick up a spar, my lads and put it under y.our arm, that'll help you to keep afloat until the destroyers pick you up 'That was the I saft, of Cap- tain Johnson He was one of the best and was loved by all his add- ed the gunner with some emotion. Unfortunately, there is reason to be- lieve he was drowned and with his ship. were first torpedoed at sii. he proceeded, "and one tor- pedo actually passed under our stern They were discharging torpedoes jears man- ager of the Temple Theatre at Ham rQ, is dead COFFEE Knows No Substitute And SEAL BRAND COFFEE Knows No Superior CHASE 8ANBORN MONTREAL in tbe gradual retirement: from the French fronher, and were present at the tattles of Mons and St Quentin In the latter engagement the Bed- lordshiros suffered terrible losses, and my friend became parted from his conrades, his nfie and his equipment, m an unsuccessiul effort to save a machine-gun In tbe course of Ins subsequent wanderings be met a gunner of the Increased solidarity of the British colomeb drawn closer to the Mother Country than fifty years of argument could accomplish, and the fealty of Indid enormously strengthened... An amicable settlement( of the Irish Home- Rule question, the sutfiagette movement and other A Christian college-home, healthful situation. Tbe AtMcittod of the Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLANtt. for Local framtattns to Moste PATMNt IhllBJMtyUwibg. Manic ExvmlMttou 1911 Optima tm lie PnpiU of Mtuta. The AjKJual Examinations Music find Theory be throughout, Canada in.May and June, 1515, An examin- atioii in Theory only will be November nth 1914, application to be nude'tiy October An' exhibition value about offered annually also 2 OoM and a Silver Medali. Syllabus; Music for the emnthiitioQB AtMl all particulars may be obtained on' opplka- tion to WARING ViVlS. 777 Siller (Keilieitt Sccrclvy tar Cioifa.) Parents and Tenohera wlibtoy to eiter. their pupils for these .ttrtutil comniitmcaie vrith the Seoretfttr at once and have Uidr Barnes placed on mailing lilt. 5, to conscription among Ing nations. A closer rapproacliment the the two greatest upholders of democratic Idealp, iiOEsibly a treaty between them as a sort of moral support to the Mon- roe and Cecllv Rhodes' of an Anglo-Saxon confederation, sev- eral "milestones nearer. The revival of the United States' "mercantile'mar- ine: .-V greatiuliiir of-men.orid money, moBtK from war irlehtened Europe, to Canada. Canadian, securities .view- ed witih, increased favor by the British investor Canadian objections to ernors-general from the.'Royal .Family forgotten. Canada's defence policy no longer'a- party question. A universal jettison water-logged stocks. Healthier business conditions whole world determined.-'-to earn au honest living, at least for a time. Credit arrangements not so easily dia located by a crowned madman's whim, consequently -a more: sjstem 4. movement among all na matters, along with some halting m i turns back to the land, as the omly per Lloj d George's land reform movement, manent source of v, ealth, and least ells due to the fact that-tLe land hclding D____ __ ___ classes shed their blood courageously lost" The two found 'on the held of battle More money for nd educational re- and Ireland, ofVerniaiis The gunner sud- j due to expenditure ne- Hat the British forces bad retreated social, industrial e lo Ham, and that thej were in theftonufa in Great Britain Less dislike _. -i denty remembered that he had a card for armaments on WES written everyday j .---_. ____: phrases m English, with their French eijimal-enls Armed with this, they to a farm, and on entering pointed to the sentence, "I am 'ost The kimilv intf them in A loti, and gave them food and drink When the Germans had left the dis? trict the Tommies were placed in A oarfc under straw and dm en away 20 miles mrthor south They were then set on the road and gucn directions by the driver, although as thev understood no French they not much wiser Feeling hungry, tihej ivent to a wajblde inn, and pointed to Wia three items on the card "I j am "1 am ami i am tfiust} Vgam a substantial meal for.nothinz, and this time they were given a hit to a place they coultJ not remember, where they were in a tram, after a Hec meal at tbe station hotel Thej had to chatige twice before arming dt Rouen, but each time the-magic card was: an. op- en srsamp in hotels, cafes, and flrst- class railway carnages They, reached Rouen at dinner-time, and, following their usual custom, entered -the most imposing hotel.they could see, which proved to be the one wl-are I was staying I took them back to the station, and set them in aitrain Before le-anng, the artilleryman OF CANADA i said that when he received la peerage he was going to make his arms out HIAO OFTtdf, of the words, "I arn "I am Mil TOROMtO, "I am surrounded by tbe French and Biitish colors. turbed by wars and rumors of Thrift found again, and pracUaed'as a real iirttie A great spiritual abates, reliance on fllre, oomfoit religion and the power of faith, the whole civilized world'haying passed through the valley of tribulation. Neil Primrose, the youngest son of the Earl i of Rosebery, Is: about to pro- ceed to the front as lieutenant of the Royal Bucks Hussars KG Is a mem iier of parliament for the Wisblch di- vliion of Cambridge Has Your Wife a Trade? you say! Well, eihaps. But it nrings to mmd the fact hat unskiiled'female, labor is very poorly paid If your wife is ever likely to become a breadwinner, you should put her in train- ing, now. Then she will be able, should the necessity arise, to produce an income sufficient to support children, if some degree of comfort. No rtiatter how secure a hold you may have upon fortune there is only one other way to make sure 'hat your wife and kiddies will not come to want, pter you'ie 13, by means of adequate fc assurance. ght you out1 the Jiee Booklet Coupon" below andmail it to us i hen we'll Bend you oiir booklet "The Creation of an Estate" and some interesting infor matlon-about an Imperial Life policy to meet your own particular needs. 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