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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE .EIGHT THE L E T H T! KID fi E DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2-1, 19M 13TH STREET NORTH Dinner, Sunday, October 18ih 5.30 p.m.--7.30 p.in...................o MENU: Iced Celery Queen Olives SOUP Consomme Printanicrc Koyale FISH Boiled Silver Salmon, au Petit 1'ois ENTREES Wiid Duck, anx Champignons. Banana Fritters, Wine Sauce ROAST Prime Ribs of Beef au jus Stuffed Domestic Goose with Jelly VEGETABLES Mashed Potatoes Steamed Potatoes Green Peas DESSERT English Plum Pudding, Brandy Sauce i Biscuits and Cheese Coffee Doesn't This Look O. K. The Home Cafe BESIDE GRAY'I HARDWARE. FIFTH STREET. Sunday, October 25th, 1914 MENU SOUP Cream of Ouster FISH Pried Salmon Steak...___30c Frled: Halibut Steak.......30c Steamed Finnan Haddie in Imported Sardines on Toast SALAD Sliced Tomato ............10c .Lettuce Salad Dill Pickles ...............10c Iced ..Celery. ,30c .30c .15c .10c ENTREES Half Spring Chicken, fried to order -.'..........................50c Top Sirloin Steak with Fried Breaded Lamb Chops and Mushroom Sauce..................35c Stew Chicken with'Dumpling ....___... Pork Cutlet Breaded and Spanish Sauce ......................35c Baked Chicken Pie..........................................35c Pork Sausage and Saratoga Chip ROASTS Boston Baked Beans......25e Calves Liver Bacon......25c Roast-Young Chicken and Staffed Boast Toung Turkey and Cranberry- Sauce ..............'.....50c Roast Leg of Lamb and Mint Sauce .___.....................30c Roast Pork and Roast Young Veal and Crab Jelly.............................30c Roast of Beef, au juice....................'...........25c COLD MEATS ,Cold Ham..30c Cold Pork. .30c Cold Veal..30c Cold Beef..25c Cold Mutton .............30c Cold Turkey .............50c VEGETABLES Potatoes Creamed Turnips Hot Mince Pie..10c DESSERT Green Apple Pie Cream Cocoanut Pie..10c Tea Coffee ililk Lemon Pie. .10c Results of Old Country Games Played Today Oct.24. l-cnewe football plnycd tmlay on llui ground o( the first named clul) resulted as fol- lows First Division nrailford City, lirnilfonl 2. liuniley Liverpool 0. Chelsea 2, Olitliam Athletic 2. Evertcm 4. .Manchester United i. i .Manchester City 1, .MidillPSboro 1. i .Newcastle Urn. t. Sheffield United i Sheffleh! 1, llhickbuni Hovers 11. I SumU'rliuul 3. Xotts County 1. I Toltenlnun Hotspur 0. -Aston VHln 2. W. IJromwii-h Albion 3, Ballon Wan- derers 0. Second Division Birmingham 0, City. 3. Blackpool I. Leicester Fosse 1'. liristol City 0, Killlmm 0. (Jury 4, Woiverhampton Wanderers 1. Grimsby Town 1 .Hull City 1. Derby County 4. U. HiuidersrleUl' Town Stockport County 1. Lincoln City 1, Clapton Orient 0. .N'oUingliau) li, Barusley 0. Preston North End 1. 0, Southern League Giliinijhaiu 0, Queens Purk Rangers i_ and Hove Albion 1. Southern! United 0, Cardiff City 3. Exeter City 1. Ports-mouth L Crystal Palace 2. L'.lton Town 3. Norwich City 1. .Millwall Athletic L Plymouth Argyle 3, Croydan Com- mon L'. Westhani" I, Bristol Rovers 1. Watford 0. Reading 1. Northampton 2, Southampton 0. I SCOTTISH LEAGUE I Falkirk 1, Aberdeen 1. Airdriconians 3, Dundee -1. Third Lanark 2, Ayr I'nited 0. Hiitnilton Academicals 0, Celtic 1. Clyde 2, Dumbarton 1, Hearts of Midlothian 3, Queen's: Park 2. Kilmarnock 5, Hiteruians 1. Morton 2, Partick Thistle 2. St. Jiirreu 1, Mntherwell 1. Rangers 1, Kaith Rovets 2. Always Rsly on Hamlin's Oilhtii ._. for over 00 yeai's. Its high quality ingredients Imvc wonderful powor. Invaluable for rlieum lism scalds, stiff joints, headachy intc-rnal imina f'among tltvcm if von iwt'fe HAML1NS WIZARD OIL CO., TORONTO vm wit mBIB aaxaaeam aa BB EB K CITY AND DISTRICT C. P. R. Scholarship Chief Clerk Gilmore, of the C. P. I R. general offices here, makes the an- j nouncemcnt that Sir Thomas Shaugh- president of the C. P. R-, has i made provision for one free scholar- l ship, covering a four years' tuition m the Faculty of.Applied Science of Me- Gill University. The scholarship :s subject to competitive examination, to apprentices and other employees enrolled on stall of the company ahdT under 21-years of age, and to minor sons of employees. The competitive examination wilt he held at the university at .Mont- real and at various points .throughout the Dominion, in Juno.1915.'. The- cap.- didate "making the highest average and complying with tne requirements of admission will, he awarded the scholarship and have the option of tEking a course in any department of the Faculty of Applied Science. Law Students Celebrate A pleasing affair was held last ev- ening at the' Lethbridge Hotel by the i-graduates in law of 1912-13, and of the present students at law in the city. The guests were, in addition to the graduates and students, R. P. Wai- lace, clerk of the Supreme Court; AV. H. Irwin, clerk of the District Court; Sheriff. Malcolm Young and Court Stenographer James Dawson. The occasion celebrated the admission'to the bar of the of the 1913 gradu- ates, Donald Patterson, of John- stone Ritchie's office. A. delightful dinner -was served, and after dinner speeches were in order. -R, R. David- j son, of Conybeare, Church, ilcArthur Davidson, acted as toastroaster, and some very witty and entertaining speeches were made. Get All Sunday Bulletins With reference to some complaint that the Herald has not lately issued p a sufficient number- of bulletins on Sunday, it can only be said that these have been lacking, owing -to the fact that no news came through. -The bul I letins nave to be relayed to Lethbridge from Calgary, and any received by the ceeded Jjrsl to the brigade where theJCalgarv Herald on Sundays are for- officers were drawn up. "Boh" chat-! wardetl on to the .Herald during the ted seniallvovith several of the men ,1 hcurE 'fllG offices asking man? questions concerning the "J asking man? q length of individual 'service noticing the- decorations worn by many. He proceeded to Westdowa south and being cordially not continuous, owing to'the fact thai the telegraph offica is open only dur- ing certain hours, but anything re ceived at CMgary will be promptly for- Salisbury Plains, Oct. 0 pouring" raih Lord Roberts visited the' lines: At toe south camp the jul Canadian camp today, motoring over; first'' was irom Ascot, .accompanied by his ed. Lord "also, went along daughter, He was'received by Geuer- the artilteiy lunch- al Alderson and his divisional staff. ing with the divisional.staff at head- The distinguished Field jlarshaU pro-, quarters. outtt .wips conuaiif warded on to.the Herald and given to .reeted en route by the men in the tuo nublic Oven linings are removable and cleanable-- coated with anti-rust solution. The ovens of to burn natural gtu{ Utilize all the heat to best advantage. Glass doors if desired. See the McClary dealer. Hard ware Cu. the public. L-sague's Silver Jubilee Tomorrow and Monday there wil be celebrated throughout Canada the 25th anniversary of the organization of the Epwprth ;league as the-Metho- dist young people's society. The Vpung people of Wesley church arc to have special sermon in the morn- ing on "The Model while the evening be Present Day Fight for Liberty, Illus- trated in Moses' Life." Special music will be given at these services. On Monday evening the silver jubilee pro- gramme provided for the leagues of :he Dominion will be given in Wesley Hall, and the young people of Leth- bridge are cordially invited. There will be no admission ection will be received during the evening. Unusual Place to be Wedded Marriages have taken place In bal- onsi and even in a cage of lions, but, perhaps, the most unlfkelv nlace for them to bo held is an undertaking oir lor Bjit stil) the extraordinary some times takes plate and at Lcthbridge, the night before last, i thev improvised a local undertaker's parlors into a tern- }onr> rdtn 11 f minister sol emnueii the union owing The Popular Pioneer Line Sailings .Montreal Diruct to Liverpool. S. S. HESPERIAN NOVEMBER 5TH S. S. GRAMPIAN NOVEMBER 10TH S. S. SCOTIAN NOVEMBER. 17TH Montreal Dlro'rt to Glasgow. S. S. NUMIDIAN NOVEMBER 7TH S S. SCANDINAVIAN NOVEMBER 12TH s! S. PRETOR1AN......... NOVEMBER 20TH Montreal Direct to London. S. S. SICILIAN............. NOVEMBER 10TH S. S. CORINTHIAN NAVEMBER 17TH Additional Sailings Will Be Advertised Later For full insinuation apply Local Ascnts or Winntnej: Office. Allies Push Back Germans at One End and Germans do Likewise on'Other SOME .RUSSIAN CLAIMS Bad is the direct and inevitable result of irrsiiiilar cr bowels nnd kidneys eldn. The unaiycytcd fot'fl and other waste mut- tor which is ncciiniulatc poisons the Hood nnd system. Dr. Morse'a Indian Knot Pills net directly on (he bowels, rctftiliitinj' the kidneys, giving, them ease and strength to properly filter the and on the skin, opening up the pores. For pt.ire''biood and good health take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Filla port- says that Ihn .sililiition on this'part at llic front remains Mie saine. Of the (iRhtiHi! near" I he coast, where Dfitish and Frencli naval u's-, Kt-ls arc endeavoring, to aid tlic Ai-; lied troops in holding had the Clcr-' vcrniglit ,mln attempt to advance, uoUiing was. vouchsafed in the report, iti Ulip" Alsace a short, distance from tic Swiss frontier, has White Star-Dominion Line XMAS SAILINGS TO LIVERPOOL S.S. Date From MEGANTIC....NOV. 7..Montreal CANADA......Nov. 14.. Montreal LAURENTIC...NOV. 24.. Montreal ARABIC.......Dec. 2..Portland ARABIC.......Deo. 3-----Halifax CANADA......Dec. 12.. Portland CANADA......Cec. 13.... Halifax FROM NEW uvory Saturday. White Star Line every Wednesday. Annual Excursion Hates on the 7 to Dec. 31. Plans now open. Book early. Any Railway or Steamship Agent or W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A., Main St.. Winnlpsg. l.oniliui, Oct. 2J. Tilu war summary is as follows After days of iuccssiiiit i-haiiftc afc last Iias.lu-en worked in I [lie Prcuch'at-Thc jioiiit that par I. the linu or batilb which j Of the bayonet. the outbreak of had run virtually straight north and; the war this town has been the .scene south from Vines, in Belgium, to the'of much righting, and several times jhenil in the cibow- in tluTvicinity of the fnrcst of Aigue in France: soi, OF mm A LOT OF MINE LONDON BANKERS SURPRISED AT THE AMOUNT OF COIN CARRIED BY CAN- ADIANS Just a short distance its cen- tre this lint; now curvcn like an in- verted letter (lie Allies having i pushed buck the Germans at the east Armeiitieres in an. endeavor" to press oo. to Lille, and tlie Germans forced arutnul the' Allies" to give Lji Bnssce, piobahly honing i'b obtain control of Bethune, an important- railroad ubout, seven miles d'.ie. west from La Bnssee. That gunmil -has "been and lost iti the district is admitted in the latest French official report, but that neither of the ic'iisageme'uts were de- cisive seems probable ;is the report TO SCOTLArVpi LOW GOpD'SERVlCE. One-class cabin, only .to from Glasgow; thlrd-classj'cjosed cchins, SAILING'' FROM MONTREAli. October 31st All information cheerfully fur- nished liy authorized agents, or H. E- LIDMArii, General" Agent 349 Mam St., Winnipeg.' LARGE SUM DEPOSITED London, Oct. 21. The Canadian banks in London have hail an ceeaingly busy time this in cop-1 line, with the business resulting from) arrival of the Canadian couting- j cnt. The bank managers hue len I surprised to iind liou- comparatively wealthy are some oi the mcmhers of the as many privates iiavc brought with them sums ranging as S500. this Bank of Montreal sent down three men to- the camp to effect and they were kept incessantly busy for three days, with th? result thiL i the cash hox which 11 back contained in currency.. The Bank of }'ont til con sidered the ;qrcstion of. piening a branch at the camp, hut ab mi iblc to do so, because its city stsff is.a! ready very short and hard ed owing to the of tier's who have joined the colors i Petrogrud claims that the cotitinuc to retreat and that the forc- es of Emperor Nicholas have crossed the Vistula without resistance. The Austtriuns are given credit in iho Russian report for continuing to Tight stubbornly cm the Vistula on the. SaJiaml south of Prwjiiiysl..1 No re- ports .were received from Germany ui' Austria ami Servia likewise was. sil- ent regarding the operations m.. the south. Counted the Chickens Plncher Crook Echo: A. K. Quayln, editor and proiirlctor of the Carman-- gay Sun, was a visitor, to the IDcho sanctum on Wednesday last. Mr. QuaVlc spent a few days in this vicin- declares that the actions near La and Armimticres and noar Arras on the same line a short dis- ,.____, tancc -La .passes continue his parly saw 30.chickens and bagged with" great violence.'Tn" tlie re- i5. ity, trying his luck with chickens, which apparently worked out about 50 per cent., as on Tuesday he claimed. Tlie Associated Board of tha Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music for idea! ExaminaliGns in Mnsic PATSOM: His Majesty the King. Music Examinations 1915 Opens to the Pupils of til Tecchers of Music. The Annual Examinations in Practical Music ami Theory will be held throughout Canada in and June, 1915. An cxasnia- in Theory only will be held November nth 191.', application to temade by October -1511914. An exhiliitioti value about offered .annually also z Gold and z Stiver Medals Syllabus, Music for the examinations and all particulars mav be obtained on opplica- BI. 1742ISG DAVIS. 777 Shnler Street. Hontreal. Stcretary lor tans da.) Parents and Teachers wishing to their pupils for thess. examinations shonM coiumiinicate with at once aiid have their names piacsdoniEsiiiugliiit. 5 A Christian college-home, healthful situation. For proipectusand the Prindpal E. I. Warner, Oat. to housRcleanlng, to have the pair al his residence, and yifc'.dsd to their wishes to make them happy at the place selected. The swain gave his ase as 4S years and his partner -16 years, anil Darby and Joan spent their honey- moon at tlie Windsor Hotel. Two months ago today the British army began its retreat from Mous. To- day the forces of Sir John French are j fifty miles to the northwest of Mons. i -In the intervening period the im-1 petuous German advance penetrated j along to the gates of Paris, only to be j hurled back again in the crucial bat-i tie of the now the hostile forces are deadlocked on. line which extends from Switzerland to the North Sea.. Today's reports thro'w littie new light on the course of the batf.e now rasing most intensely on the Franco- Bslgium frontier. Upon the fighting on the nlains of Flanders, in tne op- [inion alike of German, French and British observers, depends in large the outcome of toe whole campaign, and, perhaps, the future of German operations in France. The official French statement indicates with what intensity the opposing forc- 'es are contesting the issue. It is admitted that the Germans have advanced to the north of Dix- munde and in (he neighborhood of-La- basse, a counter stroke, is said the .French have pushed forward to the cast of Nieupprt, in the region of Langhemarcy. and between Aroien- tleres and Lille. TUese, in- the lan- guage of the French War Office, "inevitable'fluctuations of a .contest waged so, fiercely." The War Office contented itself with the general statement that the line of the combat as a whole has been mainlined. Over the remainder of the long bat- tle front deadlock continued. Slight progress ifi claimed by tbc French at various points in the Wocvre district, but the general posi- tions of the'.opposing- forces is chans- ed in yarticuJar. Regarding the condition east In 10 Different Styles Best and Latest Terms Suit chasers Pur- Also Sole Represent- ative K N A B E PIANOS H.C.C. Salmon 414 I3tb there is as heretofore a conflict of j claims. The French War Office as- serts that the Germans ars failing 'back to the south of Warsaw, as vfreii as to the west of Ivangorod. Advices from. Russian and Austrian sources agree that one of tlie bitterest battles i of the war is in progress along th3 Hirer San. I An official Austrian report describes .the repulse of the Russians, who had I been permitted to cross the river and attacked. A dispatch from Petrqgrad states, .that the Austrian.assault was repulsed by vigorous counter attacks of the Russians.' Ceased Publication The Cranbrqok Prospector has ceas- ed publication, and has for a time am- algamated' its interests "with that of the Cranbrook Herald. The Prospect- or has been published since 1895, and owing to business depression occas- ioned by the war, has been obliged'to suspend. Boys Charged With Th-sft Inspector Lindsay is today at Coutto trying the cases of four boys under 13 years of sge, alleged to have broken into a' hardware store at Milk River, and sloien ammunition and guns. The boys, It Is .understood, confessed to Hhc theft of goods from a shack neir I lUvar. can'i fool all of the people ill! of the time." For 11 .'g'Ood. iiiuny years tr lot of people Iiavc bccill fooled, ili. the'Belief'that tea were good for they beneficial. It was only when liic scientific research of the medi- cal profession begun in lay bare Hie bones of tlie tea and coffee skeleton, Iliat jjeople awoke to Hie fact that, much of the Nervousness, Indigestion, Heart Distiirbance, Slioi-t .Headache, Biliousness, clc. 'were .'directly due to lea and coffee 'drinking. The proof caine to these people when they tried Mie easy test of-quitting both lea and coffee for a while.and used If you area lea or coffee drinker and feel aches' and ills you can't account' for. try the simple cxpcnincntj'oy ten days. Then you'll know the way to comfort. Tea arid coffee contain "caffeine" and two dangerous drugs that vitally affect nerves, stomach, heart, liver and kidneys. Poslum, made from prime wheat and. a. small per cent' of wholesome roasted and skilfully blend- ed to produce a delicious, snappy flavour, is absolutely pure and Tree 'from 'the drugs, "caffeine" .and; "tannin" or any other harmful ingredient. ''There's a Reason" for Postum sold by fiiocois C tntitluin PoMum CeteafCo, ltd, Wmdsoi, Out. ;