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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914. THE LETHBRIDGa H K It A I, I) PACK SHVBJI' GET ALINE onthat piece of Furniture or whatever you have been wanting i'or your Home while this Sale lasts. .AM Carpets, Curtains, Portieres and Lin- en at Saorific Prices. COME FOR YOURS STANDARD FURNITURE CO. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. COURT HOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH LONDON'S CRYSTAL PALACE NOW A BAltllACKS THE CATHEDRAL AT RHEUMS' G OF FIERCEST Got. War summary is_a follows There--has-been no cessation of tire ind northern is having difficulty in finding the ranges The operation of the British warships, are under the direction of On the other hand Germany officially eports that foattl France All tro olicial comiuuiuca-1 a British torpodo hoat destroyer off tions declare inat the fighting is of the Belgian coast has heen put out of the fiercest character and that the action by the German hell and re llritiih warship continue to aid the Alliw on land with neavy helling from tfeeir One eport ha it tjiat tie Bntislj neet is hemg assist- fers optimistically to the prdgres of the battle along the whole tr nt Eiidently the Germans are taking a strong the French One of tlio hiiffc cxlilbition hails of tlie famous Crystal Palace in London IMS been converted into sleeping quarters for the Royal Naval Reserve1. 'The photo shows hundreds of hammocks stretched for the men who sleep here nightly. ALL GAIETY VANISHED FROM -3 STEND Bathing machines on the beaclrat Ostend now used as protection (or refugees from interior of Belgium! FINDING OF A FERNIE JURY IN MURDER CHARGE SLOW PROGRESS IN SECOND by a French squadron The British j ofhcial communication in reiemng to admiralty praises the work of the the violent engagement which has watjMpa and report great damage} been going on for several davs, a> io fte Germans from thoir fire it that the Germans have not hem adtta the naval lo e have lean I to force back either the Belgian arm) and that the German artillery or the Franco-British troop Suits and Overcoats HALF PRICE AT BUCHAMS To-morrow 406 5th St, Bryan Block Fernle, Oct. the case of tho D minjt Nich olas, bn trial-for tho murder of Sam ovei1 "TO years, fathef-iu-la'w !of .the accused jury brought in a verdict of: man- slaughter and a recommendation'. for mercy. The case of KasUuka Muray.o, charg- ed with, murdering S. Sasasmoto, at Cranbrook last August, has .-.been1 on day, and owing to the slowness the proces of interpreting the end eiice ol Mrs Sa i moto progress lias heen very slow. This case is :sUH !a progress this afternoon. The -Fernie magistrate's court has been busy today with some cases, and a ca e an ing in th t court maj be sent up to the higher court toi dispo sition. J via brought before Mag istrate Whimster upon two- "charge; one for the theft of a trunk ind one charging him with ol) taining 5120.00 upon false.pretence. Aaare'w Risbo and Nick were before his Worship, charged with stealing coal from the C P R Rischo paid h fine and cost but Andrew in jail for 'oi'- funds to pay fine and cost BI-GGAR A VIOE JMontrcaJ, Oct. 23.-rrA. circular just issued announces that W. H. Biggar, K.C., lias been appointed vice-presl dent" and general counsel for the Grand Trunk Pacific.. Railway Com- pany, with charge of all legal matters connected with the same. TO GO AS CHAPLAIN Calgar Alta, Oct 23 the officer of the 103rd Caigan nine Regiment who have intimated theh de ire to go on actne the Alberta battalica of light Infantry, fg" the Rev. W. R. Wnflter 6f St. Aug-. ustin's Church, Ogden.' Mr. 6r Is attached to the 103rd regiment assistant chaplain to C. WY and as he saw service in the South African with the Sea forth HighlancierB it i more than probable that Colonel B A CruicK shank, the military commandanti'-'wHl- appoint him chaplain f battalion. NO TROUBLE IN SOMAULAND London, Oct. official war information bureau makes the ing official announcement; from Gcnnaa sources that there has been a rebellion tlch and that Befibcra-'wlth all tho Brltrth official a haEr.ibcon taken, is entirely without foundation The situation in the protectorate remain- tlic outbreak of I-it's wheat! I fail.....i i ii i i m ill l III High prices on meat aid eggs suggest a more economical breakfast. "FORCE" -contains all the vi'a' food value ibf the whole wheat in its most appetwms; foim. Tint's woith lemem benng when you order to-mono w'b break- fast. Every package pro- tected by a waxed paper wrapper. Price 15c. Worth it. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES CONTRIBUTE A' HUNDRED DOL- LARS TO NURSING MIS- SION HELP' NEEDY SCHOLARS The executive' committee .which is admmi tering the Citj Teat-her Pa triotic and Relief .Fund, met Miss Tilley, .Superintendent of the Nur ing All ion the oth-r e cning Vfter talking over the local needs and the means .available for the re- lief of these, it wa decided to do- nat 00 to the relief fund of the Nuising Mis ion for October and a cheque lor that amount was the Mission. While the teachers.Jare not unmind- ful oi outside need a bown by their contribution to the Belgian lie ,1 hrf Fund vel thi k local dis trc s must receive fir t con idetatlon 1 nci are particularlv anxiou that no children hould be neJ the pn i llc0e of school becau e of th" nn fortunes of their parent Conse all case ot absence from chool due to lac of proper cloth- ing will be mvtstigat d and a- l tr- ance given through tlie Nur ing 3Il ion It is their intention lo devote S600 of their fund to" tin purpose pa) able in in talmwrt of during the winter OTTAWA IN TOUCH WITH SAYVItLE WIRELESS Ottawa.. Oct. messages -cnt from Germany to Sajville are be ing intercepted b the Canadian gov ornment wirele 8 station at Ottawa A.11 along ince the beginning of the war tlie Canadian government ha captured German official reports sent from Eerlln So well are tlie Canadian officials; of..what Is. passing that the statement is, made that the Sajvllle station is observing the laws of neutrality and mes age which are arnving at that station are being censored 'satisfactorily. Some time ngo the Canadian government was compelled to protest against messages which ]vere sent out from that stft ticn. ARCHIE HAWTHORNE IS THE NOMINEE Medicine Hat 'JUta., .Oct. C. Hawthorne, formed Mayor and alttaf man of the city, li choice of the at ociation as their can- didate (or mayor ,Tho (Moclatlon, which ronilntl ot ratepayere, li pledged to ouat Mayor Brown and his Make This Work Easier for Yourself YOU will find that Sunlight Soap is the best and handiest helper for wash-; ing dishes you ever used. Try Sunlight, and the hardest part of dish-washing will disappear. work will he quicker done, top. Of course, Sunlight is the best all-round soap you can for dainty fabrics, and those woollen blankets you want to keep fresh and fleecy. Remember, it la kind to the hands. Sunlight Soap All and recommend it A BAR ADMIRALTY HEAD HOWEVER IS WA'RMLY DEFENDED FROM THUNDERER'S .CRITICISM, London, Oct. is a good deal oi criticism of Winston Church- ill iu one section of the press, while a defence of the First Lord oi the Admiralty is made in another sec- tion. AtUr the fall of Antwerp, the Morning I ost printed an editorial article attacking Mr. Churchill. The Times and the Dally Mall reprinted the Morning Post's article. The Times jesterday returned to the charge, animadverting Jjartioulair- Ij on the German cruiser Emden's successful raids on British commerce. The Star this morning aays We resent the dally attacks on the Admiralty, because they are ofrvious- 1} in pired by somebody who wants tu get rid of' the Whole system toy a civilian, responsible to par- liament, is at the Iread of partment. The matter has been dis- cussed over and dyer again and the balance of always teen in favor oi a civilian minister sur- rounded by professional advisMs. The rule has been abandoned in the case of the War department for.reasons peculiar fa the resent history of that, department. "The result of this intrigue, if it were .successful, woillff be to deprive the Admiralty of the Hfoiest and most devoted head it lias had in our time and to deprive the House of Com- mons of any control ovtt its fleet. "We not started to fight against one militarist tyttany, In or- (iff to set up another tiro." GERMANS SEIZED SNSLI8H Amntcfdiw, via London. Oct. German an- According to a des- patcli received hsrt, ed the English at baden, requiring the jestor to give Own a Hit of gallon. M Choice, tender, juicy Meats of finest quality is the basis on which we tare build- ing business We have everything on the market, and highest in quality, but not in priced Our Meat Market is known for itsu iynd spick and span appear- ahce. 'Oiir response to telephone orders will please yoix. The Alberta Market K. ;