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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRM TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE iAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas l> Beit and Moot Cohvin- Urrt Itajr The rich flavor and all the wholesoraeness the Harvott Field Is brought ;o you In "Pride of Alberta "and "Mother's Favorite" No Bread Can Be More Nourishing than that made with either of these bnlnds .flour. If house- keepers understood tie care and scientific knowledge used in their milling and'the ricb, delicious taste they give bread, they would InsiBt on Saving them. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Limited Cream Wanted We are able to handle raore Choice, Crearn for butter making. We- remit promptly. HigHest. market pric- es paid. Crystal Dairy Limited Wione W76 EZ7 St. 6. To Rent Fully. Modem House on 13th Street, betwusn 3rd and 1th A-venues. Fully House, 7th Ave. Will be dicamted to suit ten- ant. Apply ARTHUR HAYR aARBUTT Business College NIGHT AMD DAY CLASSES eo, Shorthand, Type- SpelBngr. Bookkeeping, Stlioo! Hours: Monday TOnretiay Brenlngs ProB 7 to 9.30. ALBEBTA BJ.K. National Supper MANKSGIVING EVENEVG O'CLOCK WESLEY HALL Irish, Scotch, Canadian and American 'nationalities will A be represented, followed nd Secretary ihow you Alderson, who is to ommand the Canadian, in is 56th year, has had a notable career nd is credited with being a most opular officer. He was horn oh April 1S59, (being the sou of Edward Mott Uderson, of Poyle House, .Ipswich. being educated at the Grammar chool, Ipswich; he entered ;the: Royal West Kent Regiment in 1878. In 18S6 j married Alice Mary, .daughter of BV. O. P. Sergeant; He served with, the mounted ry in the Boer War of 1SS1, and in IB Egyptian war of 18S2, being at Assassin (both actions] and Tel el .ebir, receiving the. medal, with .clasp, nd Khedive's Star. He accompanies 16 Nile Expedition with the Mounted Imantry Came! Regimeat in 18845, receiving two clasps. He served in South Africa in 1896, being in com mand of infantry and troops in Mash'bhaland, being mention- ed in despatches and receiving a med al and the brevet rant of Lieutenant- Colonel. From 1897 to 1899 he was D 4-A G at- AMarshot, and'in the South African war of 19001 he commanded the mounted being men- tioned m despatches and receiving the of colonel. From 1900 to 1902 he was inspector-general, of mounted i infantry in South Africa, with the rank of bngadjer general, and for the fol- lowing five years he was brigadier general commanding, the 2nd Infantri Brigade of the First Army Corps From 1908 to 1512 cpmraandetLthe 6th Poona Division, India In 1885 he was awarded the bronze medal of the Koyal Humane Society. He was created a C.B in 1900, and is an AJj.C. to the King. He-has some literary ability, toeing the author of the following publications. "With :he Mounted. Infantry andvMashona- land Field (1896) and "Lessons from One Hundred in Peace and War" CAN SUCH THINGS :BE7 Lord Selborhe writes to the London reaii in a.letter son of a London from an officer serving with the army in France" "We have got three girls in the renches with us who came tojus for protection, one had no clothes on, laving (oeen outraged by the Ger mans." And again n "Anoisier puuf gui has just come in laving both her breasts off. Luck- ly I caught the Uhlan officer 4n the act, and with a rule at 300 jsrds I tilled him." Permit me to say that such'state- ments as these cannot possibly he al owed to rest on anonymous author- ty. The civilised world has the right o demand that names and" full par- .iculars shall he given. Either thpse statements are untrue or they are true If they are untrue, I am sure that you, sir, would most leeply regret having given publicity to them in any form, and would feel that our righteous cause was griev- ously injared bv such a libel on the German army. But.it they are true, then God and. man will judge. Would it not be possible for. trained lawjers or judges belonging to a neu tral nation like the Netherlands or the United States to conduct a sworn In- quiry Into such cases as are already opan to Investigation? There must bo any such among the Belgian refu- fes In England and In live parts of not occupied by the German troops. --V. i The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited i Wet Feet Sure Throat WORD TO THE.WISE- HIGINBOTHAM.'S YELLOW THROAT MIXTURE "THE STITCH IN TIME" J.D.HlGINBOTHAM iCtt I. t MIT to WHOLLSrtLE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS AMD DRUCC15T5, i CITY AND DISTBICT. Schools .Open Tomorrow All the schools in the city will be open tomorrow. Pupils are asked to bring their lunches, so ehey will not be compelled to return home at noon. Sergeant to Wed 'he wedding of Sergt. Wade the popular H.N.W.M.P. officer, io Miss Lena Jasper of Letlibridge will tak'e place this evening at 7.30 at Wesley church. Strathcona Nelson Shields Trafalgar Day, October been tised for a great Provincial ceremony, to be held ut Edmonton, forj the''pres- entation of tkeHate, Lord Strathccn-'-: Nelson Shields'to the University, col- leges and schools of the capital.'For a few days before the event the whole series of over 50 shields and other his- :orical trophies will be displayed at the Hudson's Bay store. Similar ex- ilbiUons in Toronto, Winnipeg, Hali- fax, Montreal, Regiua and other cities drew enormous crowds to see them. They-are made of the metal from Lord Nelson's o'wn flagships, donated to the British and Foreign Sailors' society, by the Lords of the Adciralty, by com- mand of the late King Edward, whose Royal monogram "E.ft. stamp- ed on every authorized shield, trophy and souvenir. A brilliant patriotic Programme has been arranged for the occasion. Any public school in the province, which: has not "yet .received a Nelson shield, shou'id communicate with the Commissioner, Rev.' .Alfred Hall, at 510 Ontario street, Toronto, as only a few shields are left, and the move- ment is-being brought to a close. A commemorative.bust of Lord Nel- son, niounted oa a pillar of "Victory" oak, .base representing the four Landseor-'lionG, as in Trafalgar Square, London, be presented to the pro- vincial-House: of. and has been accepted by the government. This ceremony will also take place on or. about-Trafalgar Day. The inner part of the Wheat berry bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. OFFICIAL BULLETIN n. The following official communicatioa was given out in Paris this :if ttirnoon On our wing, to the north of the 'Oise, the battle continues "witti great violence The result remains in decisive. Wia have caused certain points to .yield, ground. On the rc- iaider of the front there is no via. London, Oct. ispatch from the German capita'! says hat the Berliner Tageblatt prints a by its military cor- respondent, Major Moratit, who, while that there wfil be a" fresh German advance ou Paris, is "Buf-there, is another possibility which must cpmmand tho attention of calm observers ol the fluctuating struggle, be games bj the Allies .if they.- force- back' our right wing to ing, but the passing success which would .be .the.beginning: of the end, of the Franco-British presumption'of vie.-, tory." Major Morahi then argues that the further the Allies move 'from Vtrdiin and Toul, their last great stronghold, the longer Is the distance thej miiot travel back_when the stream of German armies, broad and unhindered, westward from, Lorraine. S ts JT Says 1 I, MacLeod's ;ji the place your winter clothes to buy, Says I. "Luke McLuke" le which lasted ten LECTURES ON USE OF MINE RESCUE- APPARATUS Fernie, BC, Oct. O'Brien, su- perintendent of the Fernie Rescue Sta- tion goes to Michsi on Monday next where ne -will hold classes of instruc- tion in. the use of the various types of rescue apparatus used in this prov- ince. Mr. O'Bnsr. sxpeeis to in tfichl for on monthtaoin shrdlu cm in Michel for one month BORN J Mr. and Mrs. G F James 711 3rd St. Soutbf.Saturday, October daughter. _, _ JUST ARRIVED A large assort- ment of Ganongs Chocolates. Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store Alberts. Changei "In the pattl the perm an army, which .was operat- ing betwaen the wesiern Prussian front and'the Niemeid River, has been j driven the entire line, aud madel retreat, abandoning ciuanti-( tiea of war material Tnis army has evacuated the Russian rfrovmees of Suwalki and Lonjd 1 I I, _ s VIA SAYVILLE Berlin (hy wireless to Sayville, Oct. 5 An official report from the German headquarters says that in the I siege of. Antwerp, the forts of Lierre, j Waelheim and Konmg Shoyckt, and 5 the intermediate reddubts, 'with 30 guns have been fatten. "Thus has been made in the outer circle of forts, and the tak- ing of town itaelf made possible. Augostowo, :the 3rd Siberian of the 22nd .Russian Army CorpB, composing the left wing of the Hussian army, on crossing the Niemen River, were defeated after a furious 1 battlp, lasting two More than 2000 Russians, were made I prisoners, and a large quantity of guns and machine guns .were captur- ed." Other particulars were given out in official" quarters, saying: "The, force of native troops from British India, "which recently landed Marseilles, has left that port 'for the northward. 'British ships have arrived at .Lis- bon, and are probably destined to transport Portuguese troops, Portu- gal's co-operation in the "war" is. im- the mobilization of the Port- uguese forces, it is believed, hayjng ordered on the aemand of. the Bri.tish." government, "England is sowing mines in -part of the North ,Sea, and a warning to this effect: haa -been given 'to neutral shipping. "The Roumanian Crown Prince has been strong'ly rebuked for his Russo- phile agitations The leaders of the Roumanian parliament have declared :hemselves in of continuing the neutral policy of the Roumanian gov- ernment f by the Rouman- _'an socialist party assmnei that the leutrallty of the country will be pre- served." Comfy Chairs and Merc Xow that the long ciiiiigs are hero why aotJje comfortable in your home or rooiufe. -Themis a Chair or Rooker to suit evqry- bocly and.the prices will surprise you Ihey are so reasojiablc. Et doesn't much be .Real Com- 'fortablc UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAmS BASKET CHAIRS RATTAN ROCKERS PLAIN: WOOD ARMCHAIRS 'PLAIN WOOD :ROCKERS UPHOLSTERED ROCKERS FROM UP. PRICE THEM ANYWAY Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE- OPP. COURT HOUSE 4th AVENUE.30UTH TUSK ENVOY QUIT? U. 8, SOIL Waehfngton, DC, Oct Rus :em tfeyy the Turkish Ambassadnr, IBS' left-Washington for YOIK, and In on his way to Turkey. POCKET EDITION :eB Ilirraibe. Printed on strong bond paper; tables giving strength of lllo armies ami amount of wflr debt, grain production, area, popiilalion of'real interest. Free to subscribers sending in renewal sub- scriptions for 3 months or over- to The Leth- biidge Diiily Herald. v TT ;