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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta E lATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914 THE I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE pnn r DONT FORGET THE CHURCH SERVICES BIG AUCTION OF THE Armstrong & RawortL mos. Stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silverware, Clocks, Umbrellas Etc. Will continue all the coming week Beginning Tuesday At 2.30 p.m. Buy your Christmas Presents in this Sale! Where $1.00 will do the work of $3.00 CHAIRS PROVIDED FOR LADIES Airmstrong & Raworth Bros., Jewelers By J. A. SINCLAIR, Auctioneer RETLAW FARMERS KICK Retlaw, AUa., Oct. 10.-Some of the kle^ator companies are aBtiing the furniers who have orders from the government to buy oats for feed 56 cents per bushel. Oats are only worth 47 c," vessels of 2.5,55(1 ^tons and 21 knots j snreil; niniint.iiiir t�M 13.'1-inch cuns, i'ar.d protecttd by a lt):7-inch bo,t. i Russia, by :\larch 1st, will have ! completed ii'er (ivst two dreadno^mhts, \ "Gangut" and tlic "Poltava," 23,000 ' itfvis and 23 knots speed, each niount-ij^K twelve 12-iiich guns, in four Ihrce-Kun turrets, tlip ships being protected by 9 inches of side armor. HOW THE NAVIES OF THE POWERS ARE INCREASING-BRITAIN IN THE LEAD A woman in Reno, Nev., saved her life and that of lier child's by killing a mountain lioness, which attacked them, with the butt of a rifle. Prescrlpfion -tor 15 years- Tbe Standard Skin Remedy ASK J. D. Higinbothatn & .Co., Limited, Lethbrldge. No inereas>' ;olutely no m�rcwy, no polsouous Irons, nc oi>)fttes. : Slunrt'B CalcliMn Wafers oflntaln Calcium SiilphMe, and a mild aiteW )ili*c (icrnian fleets. Must valuable lists of the lighting (leets of the conteiuling nations of Kui'ope are given in the Scientific .Vmerican of tlclobcr ;ird, ami tlic following facts in regard to tlie new ships that will be addp" ne.ir future have not been heretofore published. Wo lind thou, that in the dreadnought class, by Dcceniber 1st, Ih.i IJritiah fleet will he increased bv tlvi addition of the "tiuccn Klizabcth" and the "Wnrspite" and by the first of Maix-h bv the a' eight lu four turrets on the center line. The 15-inch gun lircs a shell weighing 1,925 pwinds, which is di.scharged with a muzzle velocity of 2,500 fret per second and a mu/xlc, ciieigy of 83,500 tons. The gun weighs i DS.fi tons, and it is oiiormoiisly sii-' perior at 10,000 yards to anylhinc ndoat today, .\nother remarkable fea-! tiirc of these sliip.s is that they will liavc a speed of over 25 knots. Their belt armor will be from 13 to 11 inches in (Iilcknoss, and this combination ot qualities'will enable � them' in />vp.itnLe i�. llfieiiiir drekdnoucht licet, and by engaging the vessels at the rear of tlie line, force the enemy to accept a lleet action. In the scout class. Great lU'itaiii will add by De-.cember 1st, seven vessels of the type i of the ".Vrethusa," which was "en-I gaged in the recent light at the I mouth of the Kibe. 'I'licse ships inotint two U-incli and six 1-incli guns! and carry four torpedo tubes for the 21-inch torpedoes. Tlic speed is' ,30 knots. Hy March 1st Great Hritain will have added two more of this class. Germany, before tlie close c-f the present year, should she preserve her ! seaboard intact, should he able to ' ;idd three powerful dreadnoughts to iher llexf ; the "Markgraf," the "Grosser Kurdirst," and t,he "Koe-iiig," vessels of 25,500 tons displace-; meat and 21.5 knots speed, protected! �by 14-inch side armor and mounting; ' twn 12-ineh guns and tourtee'n (i-incli i ; guns. These vessels are being built at i ; Bremen, llamburg and \Vilholin:-hav-l en, respectively. Before the close' of I the year, Germany .should add to her! fine lleet of fast srout-cniisers the' "Regensbnrg" and "(Iraiiden'/." of 27ir knots speed and 5,000 tons dis-! placement, which arc protect .s ,it .'i p. 111. to Cditimf'niotatp i;he l-oiil's ilcath, and at 7.;iii p. in. ^ 'in prorl.iim the glad tidings oi the ' i\li!;--,!l(>iii !i! dod." Subject, �'i'l:; i- on ; I'^urth --�rhrou;;li Doniorrac'.' or Thi.'O-; cT;i"y," liy Siilucy T. i;ai:m'jnl. All !s':a;,; ire'j. .Vo coileclioii. I SALVATION ARMY ; .Services are helo at th*! Citadel, ; 1 ;:iie.!n.: Air. H. M. Cniq.i; will speak on tho subject, "Alan's Extremity is God's Oliporlunity. ' The (luar-ierly junior Limited Public Adminlstrato/ and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARV WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lethbridge Office Bank of Commerce Bldjr.. J. W. McNIcol InapectoP ;