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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ;i, 19U THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIBMALD PAGE nvn sentative Worth The Store For AU The People 50 men Bundle Teamster and Pitchers a day and board HARRIS CO. Phone 1412 112 5th St. South MEXICAN fQ START REVOLUTION IN S. A. El Paso, SepL E. J. i forever. All Boers in this country Viljoeii, in the Anglo-Boer war will rally to the old Rag-" was second in command under Louis Vlljocn is a resident ot New Jfa Hotiia, the Boer ico. Before the African was he wa iilaj- to Botha at Pretoria! ndjutant to President Krugcr. H CITY AND DISTRICT Twenty Bushels Per Acre Theo. G. Beaver of Minneapolis, who has extensive Southern Alberta holdings, is in the city on an annual visit. He left today tor the Barons district, where he has some farm land, which, he says, "'111 yield about 20 bushels to the acre this year. Half Holiday Over Yesterday was the first Wednesday for months that the stores remain- ed .open all day; The Wednesday half-holiday discontinued September 1, and the stores will all remain open on "Wednesdays hereafter. cabled tod: as follows "This is n ;nost opportune time for Hit-ion as military South Africa to cast off English rule j President IVladero was connected with the Madero revo ,s milrtarv adviser to the lafo London, Sept. 3. The following aeroplanes, but our-shots were story of the fighting near MOILS was! effective. Our. gunners had an awiu to an Express reporter by one! time, as the German cavalry go who was of '.the British, lu'ougfit lie" re Monday "Ws had, left Hie shelter of a little forest' and opened out, supported by Country -regiment. Our colonel -warned us that the German infantry, advancing. "We'had hardly extended ourselvei around behind us and charged- righ up to the Very few, of the G-ermans escaped, however, For- whol j platoons-rushed-to-the rescue, empty ing their magazines .as they, ran. "A moment later the Germans won on us from the front. We let then .._________ come until their breasts rose above along the''grass when patches of 'blue! the neighboring hillock and then wi and green were seen on the skv linn i decimated them 'ihey foil back in and soon battalions of the enemy confusion t-bs .ground were, made out, following each other! "Scores of machine guns were turn at regiment-intervals. od on us and _we were-ordered to AVIATORS UNHARMED prepare to charge On the word "Our batteries let rip and gouged command we---sprang from holes through them. one man and with vpll.affcar yel' my. platoon commander as ho charged the advancing Prussians A: watched through his glasses. "Now the order was given to fu: bayonets. Before the enemy arrived, we ncared thbir ranks.we criminately and only a few renminej to bajonbts us The artillery lire had increased until: mainder rubbed off and were shot in it was an inferno. j the 'back as they went They left more "German aviators were directing j than half their regiment on the fieh 1 heir "guns and at times we fired on' in killed she takes in boarders" The children arc in an insti- tution. Do you see it, wife of yours slaving for a crowd of to make ends meet and to give the kiddies a decent education? Think a of the difference it will make if you provide for ..them now, while you have the chance. We have a'book which explains how The Imperial Life do this. It is Very and it's free.' Why not write for a copy now? Don't put it you may be uii- insurable.' THE IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO j. B. Wilkie, District Mutgtr, The Imperial provides jecurily of for every of Ilibilll; to iu policylriMen G-srman Committed Carl Hans Peter Koken, the Ger- man arrested on Monday, charged with the theft of a diamond ring, and :iu was committed JOT trial at :the. R.N.W.M.P. barracks yesterday by Inspector Lindsay. Farmers Making Applications The Lethbridge Livestock Guaran- tors, .who have established a scheme for supplying livestock to, the farmers. In this vicinity on easy terms, "met vos- terday at the Board of Trade IniHdliig. A large number of applications were considered and passed far- mers are just' beginning realize what the scheme means, to are takinE advantage of it. U.S. ALLOWS ADRIATIC TO SAIL Now York, N.Y., Sept. White Star liner Adriatic sailed for Liver- pool this afternoon wit'a her arma- ment of four 6in. guns. No attempt was made by the Customs officials to prevent her departure. The guns were in the same position, two forward and two aft, as when she came into port last Sunday. One hundred and sixty- two passengers were aboard. NEW DEPUTY MINISTER Ottawa, Ont, Sept. Mr... Ft. G. McConnel! today entered upon" His duties as deputy minister 'of mines succeeding R. W. Brock, who resign- ed. Mr. McConnell has been in the service of the government as geolo- gist for many years. IN CHARGE OF PRESS SERVICE Ottawa, Ont., Sept. -Charles Hanbury Williams of the parliament- ary press gallery, has been appointed n charge of the official press service of the militia department. He is brother of Sir John Hanbury Williams, who was for some years military sec- retary to the governor-general. Every male member, of the Hanbury Wil- liams family is doing duty in connec- tion with either the- army or navy. GERMAN EDITOR ARRESTED Amsterdam, Sept the Berlin Socialist paper the editor of The Volksfreund of Brunswick has been arrested hy the military authorities owing to the pub- lication of articles calculated, to in- flame public opinion. PILLAGED AND BURNED London, Sept. dispatch'to the Renter Telegraph Co. from Osteiid re- ports that refugees from miles northeast of Brussels accuse the Gorman troops, before they evacuated :hat i-'lace, of having pillaged and burned the town. DOES THIS INDICATE "THAT ITALY IS CHANGING FRONT? Rome, Sept. group of Sqcial- ,at and Republican members! of the Chamber of Deputies hnvo presented an interrogation to the government, asking whether It 'intends to Join in he: protest of the United States ag- ainst 'w.hat J3 described as Germany's epeated violation of International av.'s duing the present wnj1. action by Italian dep- uties referred to tn the above dispatch, vidently Is taken under the, misap- prehension that the United States has formal .protest concerning Any'fl alleged YtoUttenn of itlonal conrentloni la OUH DUTY We, at home, have-c-'Jr duties, too; That we should hear in mini! You and I have our work to do, Like the lad in red, and the boy in blue, Though we are left behind. Many a heart is sad tonight There's many an untold pain For a son or a sweetheart, off to fight For tlic cry of Freedom, the cause of night', And the dear old Flag again. And-what are we, if we can't resign, With ever so sharp a pang, A boy of yours, a son of mine, To help to weave--tlie red line Of what the .poetXsanj; This is the lesso'ir'-Britain taught, The Truth To take ought; Nor count "that tUeJqo'st of the cause be bought With the flower.__o.L.our youth. That is one uf our tasks today, One of the things to" doi "Ann pray thai Goii AimiKhty may So give them a cheer as they march away, Keep them safe and true. Bishop Mr. and Jlrs. W. Grant Mackay left Calgary on a motor trip to this city. Mr. R. W. Buchanan left this after- noon on EI month's visit to Toronto a'mi other eastern .Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Nimmons and! family are moving into their pretty i new bungalow on Fifth Ave., S-, this week. ,Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mason an- nounce ths engagement of their daugh- ter Mildred Bertha to Mr. Peter Laurence Naismitli, of, Shaunavon, Sask. The marriage will take place early in September. .Mrs. George Webster entertained in- formally at the tea hour yesterday at lor her. guest, Mrs_Tripp of Lethbriilge, who leaves for her home today. The other guests includ- ed Mrs.'Egleston and Mrs. Uren. Morning Albertan. .Mr. arid Mrs. F. Harrison Brown axe leaving today on a motor trip, to Lethbridge, where the} visit Itlis. WEEK END SPECIALS For Friday and Saturday we are offering you from each department in this busy store great savings on merchan- dise that you need at this time. It will pay you to shop early, and secure the cream of these offers for men, women and children Don't Miss These Dry Goods Specials SILK inches wide, rich ipallty in black, navy, Eky, mauve, cerice, reseda, emerald, pink and mahogany; regular 25u yard Special yard LADIES' PLAIN BLACK lieels, double toes, size to 10. Special 23c ASp, pair, 2 pairs for TURNBULL'S perfect fitting Vests, unahrlnk- atilo. All this Fall's slock. All sizes, IteBular 50c for A TABLE OF ODDMENTS In Summer Under- wear which we JnLsiul to clear to make room for new stock at 1-3 Off Regular Price. Also a lot of COLORED FANCY FRILLINGS to clear at Half Price. Ready-to-Wear Snaps For Just Two Days CHILDREN'S CHAMBRAY AND GINGHAM DRESSES In prutty checks and stripes, French and BustGi Btples. Sizes 2 to 1? years. Regular value SAILOR balance of our stock of Children's Straw Sailor Hats, valuea up to 75c, to clear at LADIES" SATIN Inch ao cordian pleated flounce, elastic fitted bands in colors sky, pink, cerice, Paddy, saxe blue aud'blacll. Res. value for LADIES' ROYAL .WORCESTER inch bust, very long hip aud back, six hose supporters, embroidery trimmed. 4 ?2.50. Sizes 20 to 32, for......... 1 These Prices mean a great saving to you With every purchase of Groceries we will give A Sack of Sugar for ICING 3 poimds for........................ BAR 3 pounds for LUMP 3 poun.ls for HUDSON'S BAY SEAL OF QUAL- ITY Back........... 24'lbs ITALIAN PRUNE Per Case............................ EGGO BAKING POWDER- One Pound 49 ibs 95e S5c ..-50C fl tbs "S FRESH 2 dozen for HUDSON'S BAY IMPERIAL BLEND pounds WEALTHY AND GRAVENSTINE AP- pounds for EL'BERTA CRAWFORD PEACHES Case............................... 25s I.00 SSc 85c Bargains in Footwear Men's Box Calf well make, a strong dressy shoe tor city or country use; good stout sole. Wfelted For...............9w.OW Men's Tan .Calf City Bluchers different styles to se- lect from, reg. value' i for Ladies' Gunmetal and.Vici Kid assortment of styles, values up to 4 to clear at I i Chiidran's Ankle Strap Sh'p- psrs, made oE soft red -kid, sizes 2% to 5, regular for Three Brussels Carpets. light favm color, neat Persian de- sign, 27 inches regii-- lar value .51.fiO.yard, for per yard............ 8.53lf. have 50 "of" these. Ax-' minster Sugs in several nest conventional designs, riclr size- 27x54, 'regu-' lar value ?3.50 ff 4 For S A limited number of Tung: stcn Lamps, "all 40 on sale'for.. Sww OUT FKKNS AND PLANTS IN BLOOM, IN GREAT PROFUSION Furnishing Values That wiii cause a stir Watson's winter weight rib- bed natural wool Underwear, unshrinkable, two piece styles, regular value per suit. Special fl? 4 Per Suit B r3 Men's Knitted Wool Hose, in black and heather mixtures; sizes 50, 11; regular 25c pair. Special 7 pairs I oUU Boys' Smart Tweed Suits made of strong imported tweeds Coicra srer. ur'own and green, Norfolk and College styles, bloomer pants, reg. M (fllfii ?.G.50, 57.GO for Men'p Soft White Flannelette Night Shirts, turn down collars, sizes 15 to ]S, regular for SSe Uliss Genevieve Hanrahan returned today from Calgarj-, where she was the guest of Mrs. J. E. Wodell, en route home frc-m the coast cities, where she spent the summer. A Lecture ENTITLED Courtship, 'Marriage, and Home Life Will be the CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner 8th St. ancTSrd Ave S. To-night at 8.30, by Dr. Roderick D. Dundonald 25c Two Canadian nurses, one Miss Alice Mercier, of Montreal, have al- ready beETi sent to 'the front. Another Canadian who expects to go shortly is one of the nurses on the military strength, 'Miss Emma Pense ot King- ston. II. Rene Redmond, grandson of Ma- dame Martin, of Vancouver, has, w.ith RedraomV returned to the Dominion after a visit to his aunt, Hon. Mrs. Cecil Edwardes, at the family seat of Lord St. Soutli Wales. Both are at present at St. Andrews-hy-the Sea, where, they are the guests of Mme. Redmond's parents, Sir Thomas and Ladj a Air H H Ste-vcns, M P., and fif- teen other Vancouver men, have pre- snntcd tuentj of their own horses to the officers of the Vancouver corps thp (Canadian contingent. Mr. la giving his Irish worth A ot song, I ittle will he put on by the Junior Quild of St. Mary's church on 21st. The lecture' to. be given in the Christian church tonight by Dr. Rod- crick Dundonald, tho Scottish orator, on-" "Courtships Marriage and Home will he a'.Ycrltatifa treat to all who .itlcna, as Dr Dundonald an exceptionally speaker. Mr. ami Mrs. K. H. Croft and chil- dren of.8th Ave., S., left this after- noon for-Stranraer, Sask-, to spend three with Mrs Croft's father, Mr. A. Stutt. Mrs. .Fred Kenny and children have returned from a three months' visit, at Victoria, where they were' the guests of Mr Kenny's mother. Knox Ladies'. Aid .will .hold tlrtir regular monthlv mwting tomorrow rJl are urged to be A quiet wedding--was solemnized at Wesley parsonage_ ;-yestsrrtay after- noon by the H.. Cobhlcidick, whin Miss Emily Keats, of. Barons, became the bride of Mr; John Abner Crane, of Granuiii. The bride was? at- tended by Mrs. Hickey, of "Barons. Mr. and Mrs. Crane will reside at Granum, where the groom is propri- etor of the general store. The home ot" Mr., and Mrs. H. H. Diser. was the scenR of'a very pretty wedding at three. o'clock this after- noon, when their eldest- daughter, Grace Evelyn, was'joined in marri- age to Mr. Edward Eugene Chandler, eldest son of Mr, and Mrs. E. E. Chandler, Wetask win, Alta. The drawing room was profusely decorated with ferns, sweet !peas, and roses. The-bride was girlishly winsome in her wedding Ivory duchess satin en trairie adorned with iace and chiflon, and-silk .emaroidcred yell caught with orange blossoms in- to a Juliet cap. She carried a shower houquet of roses.'. She was attended by hsr aistsr, Miss Olive Diser, who was. radiant in pale green brocaded satin trimmed with shadow lacs and tulle cap; She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Little Mildred Diser, sister of the bride, made a dainty little flower in pink marquisette and carried a pnsy of sweet peas. Mr. Donald W, Patterson attended the groom. .Rev. (J. H. performed tho ceremony in the 'piecenu of somo twenty-five guests, and MES. R. D. Shantz played Mendelssahn'u wedding march. The britla's mother was handsome- ly gowned in grey voile with 'lace trimmings. Mr, and Mrs. Chandler left a 'six weeks' tour-oi B. C and Banff, 'and will later make their iii the city. The bride travelled in-, a chic suit of blue serge, cape style, with Roman stripe trimmings ami black plush hat with whife mount. Conspicuous among the numerous beautiful gifts of silver an.l cut glass were a cutlery ease from the Board BOURSE INDEFJN1TELY CLOSED Paris, Sept. was announced to- day that the Paris Bourse, which wag yesterday, would remain closed indefinitely.- 5 EFFICIENT-Semi-Steel firepot has straight can't cling. You get with a clear lire and more heat from same coal. See the McClary dealer or write for booklet. Geo, R. Dixon Co. ;