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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 1, 1914 THE LETHUniDGE DAJLY FIVK dust or flying ashes, Ash chutes guide all ashes intd convenient pan. No ash shovelling necessary. See the McClary dealer or write for booklet. Sold by Geo. II. Dixon Co. Emergency THE DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND WILL HOLD A Whist Drive IN THE S. O. E. HALL. ON Tues. Sept. 1st To add, to the Tag Day Fund. Admission 25c for both Ladles .and Gentlemen. .Come and help the work of relief of those who arc wounded in tho war and those who arc left. REV.- A. G. The War Today At a Glance "J .cannot leave you without thank- ing you foe your loyal ain't for all iiie many kindnesses anil con- siderations you haye shown me. There are some ot you here' who arc niL-mbers pf cither, churches, and some are occasional v prshiplrcrs in this church, and I would all of you have come with kindly Iccl- int-s, not only to worship, hut to ten- der to me your sympathetic fare- well. I thank you as representative citizens of this fair tor. your kindly interest, and to one and to all 1 say, God bless you and keep you. Whatever comes or goes, there is one friend, whose friendship is all sufficient, and 'He says; "Lo, t am with you ahvay." "Will the church of today accept Ihe world-wide dimensions of its commission 11 it a conquering power. The church is call- ed to lead in the Wggcst movement in the world, the salvation of' the world. Like men, organizations are levelled up and down to the height of the tasks they choose. Let .us set before us, great tasks for God, and expect things from Go8: Every St. John, N. B., Sept. we had those books we could show what happened to of the money of the people of this province, and that! of the money went into the pockets of Premier Plemming." This was the statement of F. B Cirvell, when the inquiry into the Dujial charges regarding the Valley Railway was resumed, and it -vas shown "that tho books of the' New Yqrlc office, of the railway bad rot 4een forwarded in response to ILe orders pf the court. Premier-Flcmming was called hy ?Ir. Carvell and took the stand. We re-counted; the preliminary arrange ment for the construction of the read and -letting of the contract. He knew that the Quebec St. John Constfuctio'n company was sub- letting contracts and to whom he de- nied get'tins the Jlr. made three unsuccess- ful applications to-have the-Premier committed to jail for contempt in re- fusing to answer questions. The ahuence of news concerning th-s proflrcfis of tho European war is to- day most marked. Not since the ear- ly days of August, when military op- erations first took serious form, has there been such a dearth of genci, official or otherwise! It Is evi- dent that there lo a concerted effort on the part of both the English and French authorities to keep the world at Urge In absolute Ignorance of what Is happening In northern France. The fighting today, In whjch the allieo are believed to bs opposing the German advance Is thought to be cen.- tred around Le Frere, a strongly forti- fied French position on the River Oie-s, seventy-five mlics northeast of.'Parfs. The fate of the French capital may hang on the outcome of these opera- tions. It Is not definitely known whether the British troops In France have j engaged again or not. j A news dispatch from Dieppe says j n great battle hac been fought at illee, and probably it Is still In pro-: gress. No details are given, nor has this report been received Trcnr, srsy other source.. Croissillcs is ten miles southeast of Arrss, ths department o? Pao de Calais, and Is about fifteen miles from Cambrai. Persons reaching Paris from the north describe the preparations of the allies for a defensive Mght.. A' French- man, .who reached the capital today, says there are no Germans in Lille, Roubaix or Touraolng, the group of towns near the Belgian frontier, COWANS SOLID CHOCOLATE NAPIE BUDS Honolulu, Sept. German cruiser JSurnberg, v.'ho.se "whereabouts hiui 'been a mystery since she left here early last month, port early today. time 'limit of three months impoiicd by tli'o neutrality regulations has not ex- pired, she cannot again coal here uu- Mrs. J. Nr. Kitctte and little son have relumed from an extended visii at thu coast. Miss Isabel Jones, of Kdmonton, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Jones, Sixth Avc., S. lUiss Grace Diser, bride-elect, was the raison dl etre oi a miscellaneous shower, which claimed JMisi; Linguart as hostess last evening. Twenty-five guests were bidden, and a happy time was spent in games anil music, after which dainty refreshments were serv- ent ol many beautiful and useful gifts, cut of rnauy beautiful and useful sifts! Lady Sarah Wilson, who was at, the front during the South African campaign, and Mrs. George Kcppel, have oficrcd to establish a French- Knglish hospi'tal at Le Houquet, France, or wherever the government considers it convenient. The hospital will he kept up until the war ends, and will contain beds. Lieut.-Governor Bulyea and Mrs. Bulye-a after a short stay jn Winni- .npeared off this I pcg', have returned to Edmonton. Inasmuch as the Mrs. Bulyea was on her way to Ed- from Rochester, Minn., where she underwent a successful operation. The Lieutenant-Governor met Mrs. which were occupied by tho Germans last week. Rome has received a report from she can show that in the ranan-j JBulyea in Winnipeg time she 1ms touched at German port. Lady Mackenzie during her visit in FHANGE CALLS Oltawn. presented each man of thpj OUT ALL RESERVES who form the Princess Patri- Paris, Sept. announce-, cia's Light Infantry regiment with a Roumania that the Rusclans hav-s in-imVnt was made this afternoon to the briar pipe. flieted a crushing defeat on Austrian's effect, that.the minister oi war has in Galicia, the troops of the Emperor L to call out immediately all j Mr. Barkley Drummond, son of the Francis Joseph suffering losses de-j tlie reservists in the country who late Drummond, of "Habitant'' clared to amount to have not been previously A news dispatch from St. Peters- to the burg makes a claim: that POSmON OT ALLILb Poland have lost tens of CONSIDERED GOOD The position of the allied armies, to 'the opinion from French Auetrians thousands of men. surnmonciT faint1, has volunteered for service at tiic front, and is spending a few days in LennoxviHe, Que., with Mr. Jack Nutter. ;ood. The j military experts, is goort. i mans, "it is pointed out, an v yicm jn an cxtremcy ac- ceroi.-s situatirn with their troops TURKEY'S DEATH WARRANT London, Aug; Daily Tele graph's diplomatic correspondent, in an .article printed today, says: "Turkey may declare war at anj moment. It is now only a matter of a few a few liours. efforts of the powers pt tbe triple entente have failed, and the London Embassy admits the situation very grave. .The military party; now dominant in.'Constantinople, baa reach cd that the present is tho time to secure the restoration Macedonia and the Aegean Islands TO ENGLAND AND IRELAND. Low rates; .good service. One- class cabin- third-data, closed cabins, SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL. SS. "ATHENIA" Sept. 26th, Oct. 24th. SS. Oct. 3rd, Oct. 31st. :SS. Sept. 12th, Oct. 1pth. Nov. 7th. 1 -All information cheerfully fur- nished by authorized agents, or H. E.' LIDMAN, General Agent, Ph.; M. Main Street, Winnipeg. sHn points to a. glorious tomorrow when the Church 'of' Christ shall be 'fair as the moon, clear the sun, terrihic as an army with ban- ners.1 We cannot doubt the vjctqry of Christ in the world, -it is certain. But what wp.-desire is that" we each may have our part that ,wc may mot be found hindering that we may not have missed the day of the Lord that >ve may not allow our- selves to become insensible to the mighty movements of the .Holy Spir- it. If any word of mine tonight or any time, has aided any of you to live more consciously, in His spirit, to bear witness to the riches of 'His grace, my ministry has not been in vain. How much is He to .us at the Russian advance, are By Imperial order the city of St. j Petersburg-will henceforth be ki as Petrograd, the change eliminating j the Teuton construction in the name of the capital city of Russia. An official communication given out; exhausted. The Kritish army frcsli j at Antwerp says the situation through- j and the experts say, is out Belgium is satisfactory. The Ger-. to exchange the extreme right mans are declared to have evacuated I support the French, who have Aerschot, and railroad communication retiring slowly fiir several days. has restored in. the Cam pine I j.__._____iLV country. Refugees from Brussels say! food there is getting scarce, and de- j clare the German garrison today num-j bers not more than _Gorman: sentinels are posted at ait the public i A bust of Abraham Lincoln, cost of v.hich is to be defrayed A news dispatch from the Hague j says the four richest men of Belgium i the by attempt-! American citizens, is to be placed in movement which, if it church, Norfolk; Enc. in an extremely daii-' Miss Jeanette Van Duyn, whom many Canadians met during her two years' stay here for the purpose of an''! studying domestic science and agri- cultural methods, will be interested in hearing oi her latest move. She. although a Uoer, and closely connect- ed with General Botha, has volun- j trcrsd for service on hehalf of Great Britain. Miss Van Duyn is govern- ment lecLurer os household science in the Transvaal. Mid-week Specials JUST 2 DOZEN BOYS' SHIRT boys C lo 10 years. Regular fiOc for STRONG SCHOOL stylo, ff 4 25c BOYS' sizes 1 to a. Regular ?2.50 for PLAIN BLACK CASHMERE sizes, super- ior quality. Special per pair........................... DRESS inches wide, in all new Plaids and Shepherd Checks; 81.00. Special today....... THESE PLAIN SCRIMS We specialize in these popular materials In colors Arab, Ivory and Ecru shades, 36 inches wide- Regular 25c per yard for................................ RUGS JUST HALF PRICE 12 of these Hugs, wool. reversible and Brussels, beautiful rich designs, sizes and SUGAR, PURE CANE sack, with every Grocery Order.................... (1 only to each customer) 29c 69e 13c 1.35 95c 25c 25c WASH SKIRTS The balance of .our stock, all good styles and fashionable ma- terials, In sizes? from 23" to 34" waist. Regular up to Wednesday Special 18-ibs Crawford Peaches Ripe Bananas, per dozen Rice, 5 pounds for....... LADIES' COP.SETS Models suitable for slender, medium and full figures, made oE contilli, medium waist, four hose supporters. Jlegular Special 69c Hudson's Bay Co. Mrs. Lincoln H. Jellifi, Will open her studio at 608 12th Street South, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd Where she will be pleased to receive advanced pupils and beflin- ncrs in Pianoforte and Harmony. The best modern methods employed in the development of an effective, rapid and dependable. Piano Technique and the amiity to execute Piano Compositions with-accuracy, brilliancy and firm- ness of touch and with artistic interpretation and expression. For particulars, v r Apply at Studjo, cI-Esrocm. Supt." Hamilton is well satisfied will) the first day's' aml a increase j the desks. Mu-s McNally has taken place as instructor in domestic Currie'is in charge of have guaranteed the payment to Ger- j gradv-s 1 and 5 at' Galbraitb, Miss many of. the war'tax of lev-' led against the Belgian capital. News dispatches published Lon- don say .that the people of Berlin, out Him we) cannot live without Him we dare" not; (Re." This, in a few words, :was'Rev. A Cr. Cameron's farewell .to-the congre- gation of Knpx.ohurch night, which 'many dfcliers than members of the chiirch. bamer- onrs popularity not only, as a' man, hut as a leader of men, was shown in a marked manner h> the large attendance His message tender one, and was fully though regretted; Rev. Cainnron took.his text irom 1st 1 and 2, using as his subject, "The One Theme'oi tho Christian He spoke of the of the Apostle Paul, lu Doming to Coimtli p6ssesscd with the" ,not to Know anything amorg the Corinthians save Jesus Christ This, Rev. Cameron said has been the theme among the great leaders and the great all through the centuries.: One of 'the. first" duties of the Christian he-added, was to he lost m the mebsage with out mention .of .the messenger." ho -continued, 1 'when the messenger becomet. strangely conscious of himself, and when not to be personal would be unnatural in this posit'on I find myseU tonight. Amidst many imper- fections comparatively, short ministry among you, I hope been able to trace something of this great message." Rev. Cameron then went on to tell of the wonderful sup- port which had been, accorded him, mentioning cspeciallv, the session, j hoard of managers, teachers and of- ficers of lhe'; Sunday school, West- minster Guild, the Mission Band, the Missionary Societies, the Ladies' Aid, the choir, and he also took the op- portunity to thank the press for sympathy and interes.. in church work. His request was iliat this loj- alty might be continued through all time. The choir, under Layton's lead- ership, was m attendance in full force for the first time since the sum- mer holidays, and rendCLed anthems hoth morning and evening Mr Flem- ing sang th7 solo in the evening, in very pleasing marner and voice "The Million Dollar Mystery" TOMOKROW t STARLAND beginning' to leave the capital for neutral countries. THE WAR OVERNIGHT ..A long official statement is" issued by the French. War Office reviewing the operations in Belgium and along the French frontier. .A new retire- ment by the allied force Is recorded, whiie at the same time the statement Is optimistic with reference to the op- position which the British and French are offering to German advances. Mo definite details are forthcoming regarding the general battle which ap- parently is in progress all.-along the line. The French War Minister has In- spected .'.he supplementary defences around-Psrla, which are b-3ing rapidly pushed forward In anticipation of. a possible investment of the French cap- ital. An Antwerp dispatch credited Gen- eral Pau with a victory over German troons. Wheth-er this Is a new victory, or any cnc to whjch re- ference was made several days ago is ot known. Queen Elizabeth of Belgium and nor children have arrived In England. It 9s reported by__steamship officers arriving at Honolulu that Brttlsi war ships off Hongkong are holding up all vessels, Including those under erican flag, and removing Germans and Austrlana bound to the .scene hostilities. The moratorium proclaimed at the outbreak of the war in Groat Britain has been extended for a month; The Japanese destroyer "which .ran a i ho re near Tsing-Tau, China, was by a German gunboat Tho crew of the destroyer, however, had previously abandoned her. A Home-School of Culture for Girls 33 nurd of success 'OT pro'tpcciui and Wnni, writt the Out St. Thomas Stewart of grade. 1 at aid Miss Gertrude .lit Gjilhraith. llardievilk', grade V. M. Hiches, of Lloydimnster, IK ensconced- as principal oi Westmins- ter, Mr. Phillips as principal of Har- dicvillc, and Will Frame as vics-prin- cjpal at Central. AH the oilier grades are in charge of the old teach- ers. CANADA'S LOYALTY ENTHUSES BRITAIN London, Sept. readiness of Canada's assistance to'the Bmpire, es- pecially iu recruits for active service, arouses enthusiastic comment here, and is contrasted with the rather apathetic attitude until recently eft own here in certain parts. VACATION DAYS OVER-rTEACH- !NG 'STAFF HAS SOME" NEW FACES (ia; arc over One would to hut pass any of the city schools this .morning to .realize that. The children ail back at work as hard as refreshed and for category, problems in the Practically every one oi last year's scholars returned, while there tre a large number ot new faces 10 Who Suffered As Many Girls How She Found Relief. .Sterling, am, a girl of 22 years and I used to faint away every month and was very weak; I. wes also bothered a lot with female weakness; 1 read your little book 'Wisdom toe Wo- men, and I saw how others .had been helped by Lydm E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound, and decided to try it, and it has made me feel like a new girl and I am" now relieved of all these troubles. I hope all young girls will get relief as I have. I never 'felt better in my h'fe.' '-Miss BERTSA A. PELOQUIN, 13os U6, Sterling, Ccnn, Massena, N. have taken Lyr ffia1 E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I highly recommend it. If anyone wahfato write to me I'will gladly tell her about my case. I was certainly in a bad condition as my blood was all .turn- ing to water. I had pimples on my face and a bad color, and for five years I bad been troubled with suppression. doctors culled it 'Anemia and Exhaus- end said I was all run down, but E. Pmkham's Vegetable Com- pound brought me out all right LAVISA MYKES, Box 7J, Masaenn, N.Y. Yonng Girls, Hood This Advice. Oirla who are troubled with p .tnful or Irregular periods, backache, headache, bragging-down sensafiong, fainting to hesltli by takin liev. and Mrs. J. B. Francis return- ed last night from Cranbrook, 'where they spent the past mpntu. Mrs. II. J. Good e. and JitUe daughter left yesterday on a six-months' trip to Winnipeg, Minneapolis and St. Thom- Dr. and Mrs.. A. G. Robertson and children, who spent the summer on the ranch at Raley, will occupy the Gootle home.on Eleventh street for the winter. A very large number of the mem- hers and- adherents of JCnox church, all personal admirers and friends of the Rev. and ilrs. A. G. Cameron, gathered at Knox church last even- ing, despite the unfavorable evening, to bid them farewell and God speed A bright and interesting programme included solos by Mrs. P. E. Layton, Miss Dieseth and Mr. Fleming', recita- tions oy Mr: L. A. Feiger and piano duets b> MyrI O'Bagan and Donna Murray No presentations were made to Mr. Cameron, as these had been made (juietly in the afternoon. The session and managers presented him with a fitted club bag, and the Sun- day school a book, pictures from royal collections. At the conclusion of the programme, delicious refresh- ments were served by the Ladies' Aid, the young ladies of the congregation Clubs and Socielie The Women's Mission circle of the First Baptist church meet in the church at thrae o'clock tomorrow af- ternoon. AH Jadies of the congrega- tion are urged to be present. The section of.Wesley Ladies' Aid, under Mrs.' W..R. V'.rtuc, meet to- morrow afternoon with Mrs. Gilelan, 1222 Third avenue The section of Wealey, Ladles' Aid, under- Mrs. Schweitzer and Mrs Ilutchfnson will meet.with Mrs, Daw- son at three o'clock on.Wednesday TO GIVE ONE DAY'S PAY Ottawa, Gnt, Sept. each .member .of the Interna- tional Locomotive Engineers in" Canada should donate one paj to the patriotic fund ic the suggestion made by the Ottawa local. At the last meet- ing of tua unisfon, it was de- cided to send a circular fetter to the four thousand members throughout ..Canada, asking them to co operate The mem- bers of the Ottawa union'aro "willing tp Ao their part Magrath, Alta., Aug. only one regretable feature about the annual tall exhibition of the Ma- grath Agricultural. .Society, held here Insl Friday and Saturday, and that was the small attendance. The ex- hibits iu all departments were of an exceptionally high order, and the num- ber of entries even surpassed that of the Raymond exhibition, Secretary Matkin' declaring that his list includ- ed nearly 1500 separate entries, tbe exhibitors coming from every portion of the south country.. There was-a magnificent showing of livestock, par- ticularly horses and cattle. Meek Bros., Ray Knight and. Smith. Bros, of Raymond entered .their, prize-'wiuaiug strings, also many. of.the local breeders. The dairy cattle cre- ated considerable, de- manded the judges. W, T. T. Passey and'J. B. Ririe were the animals shown were .of.. excellent breeding, and elicited 'much praise from the judge. The poultry building was'numerously stocked. Magrath has alao had a strong contingent of poul- try fanciers, and this year their birds were prominently TWo placing of the premiums was no sim- ple task, as the competition 'was Keen and close. The main exhibition hall .presented a most beautiful picture, but probably the real striking feature among the many attractions was the -large ex- hibit of ripe apples, and crabs. They mUted to this office." were grown by Walter Ackroyd and Fred Blumel, and weru fully develop- ed, firm, sound, and of exceptionally fine flavor, Wallace Johnson also had, a collection of six beauties. To see the vegetable display one would Got think tliat Southern Alberta had experienced E, season of .drought. It -was certainly a surprise, aa practi- cally every variety was shown, and in large quantities, as well. It occu- pied nearly the 'whole east side of the building, and was skillfully and taste- fully arranged. Many pronounced it the best vegetable exhibit in. years. There was a good programme oE sports carried out. The first day Mar grath obtained sweet revenge on their Raymond baseball antagonists, and on Saturday an excellent race card was run, including both harnest and run- niiig events. WAS STRAIGHT FAKE Ottawa Report Sunday Never, PiMed Through Censor's Hands Calgary, Alta., Sept. ilton, deputy chiet censor at Ottawa, in reply to an inquiry if his office iiad passed the following publish- ed in a Calgary paper: were issued'. to- night to mobilize five hundred thous- and of all classes for the front. The Minister of .Militia says they must'ba in England by October "No such dispatch, was ever No Change In Price of Blue Ribbon Tea THE BLUB RIBBON TEA CO. have plea- sure in announcing that they do not pro- pose to take advantage of the advance in price of tea. This company is in a position to suPPb' aU Tea required in Western Can- ada, and will sell at old prices indefinitely. spite of the heavy duty which has just been im- posed upon Coffee, will continue to sell Blue Ribbon Coffee at old prices, Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg Edmonton Calgary ;