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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1914 THE LETHBRIDG.E HERALD PAGE rm Henderson Park Thrilling, A TO-Inspiring Contests between World's Iforemost Drivers .'Daredevil Drivers with their ;Seven Side- Skidding, Space-Bating Eaoirig Cars A Thrill Every Minute Admission only 50 cents No Charge for Grandstand. I London, Sept. light cruiser Pathfinder, of the British navy, has been up by a mine "in the North Sea. The loss of lllo ,1s not definitely known. The paymaster, Sydney W. Finch, was killed, und tho cotnmandnr, Oaiitiiin Francis M. Leake, was ivoumlecl. Four men wore killed, J3 wounded anil '212 :ara miss- GQWANS SOLID' CHOCOLATE MAPLE BUDS The wholesome Confection. JAP AVIATORS USING BOMBS Toldo, Sept. to !ate advices, Japanese aviators have been sent up again, to drop bombs into Tsian-Tau. Winnipeg, Sept. is a summary of the war since 4 o'clock Monday afternoon Apart from the announcement that tfce German forces have fallen hack before the offensive attacks of the al- lies on the line from NTanteuil-L.o- Haudeuin to Verdun, the most inter- esting report is contained, in a tic that the plans of the French com- JofTre, arc be- ing steadily carried out and that the allies have succeeded Jn forcing tack in a north-east direction tho German forces opposed to them. Paris officially reports that the al- lies have advanced their left wing energetic opposition by the LOADING GIFT Horn A. J. MoLsah Now in Fort Wll- Ijam for that Purpose Kon. is at For-t Wll- the first shipment wi Alberta's of oats. FRENCH-RESERVIST LEAVES Fernie, B.C., Sept. Miard, an official at the Coal Creek mines, left on i Wednesday, for France, in answer to the reservist call. spatch to the London Evening News I Germans and that several engage- from Bologna in which the French; men'ts on the Curcq river have favor- commander, Cfencral Pan, is. given as authority for the statement that the ed the French and British troops. The Russian army operating in force. The Tho Sjckand Suffering; At Lasi Found Help in Lydia Vegeta- ble Richmond, ,Pa. When I "started' taking Lydia E Pmhham'a Vegetable Compound I was in a dreadfully rundown state of. health, had bles, and was so ex- tremely nervoui and prostrated that if I had given in to my feelings I would have :been in bed. As It was I had hardly strengUi at tiffieo to bo OO my feet and what I did do by a-great effort.- I could not slesp at night and of course felt very bad m tha morning, and had a steady heidarhe "4.ftcr taking the second bottle I no ticed that the headache' was not so bad, I rested .better, my nerves, were stronger I Continued its use until it hiade'B new of me, and now I can.hardly realize.that I am abla'to do BO much as I do Whenever I know any woman in need of a good medicine I highly praise Lyd a E Pmkham's Veg- etable Compound Mrs FRANK Tulip St, .Iforoen Have Been Telling Tfbaiea The ftllied -forces" intending the, _roads to Paris have into' contact the German light vripg on the h'aiiks of the'; tUvcr Sranrtj Morin, which'runs east and'' j somewhat south ot 'the Parts lir.e. An'official statement the French war office says that te al- lies advance: troops came con- tact with German forces which sfiem t-o be covering on the. River Ourcq towards the southwest, of the main btfdy of the German right wing, and a small engagement-xcsiiit- ed in an- advantage. to th> French. The town of it is repoited jauhhn troops aie the French garrison, is said-ta foe still resisting.-the German.-; assault. From Berlin by way ot dam, comes the mans are attacking tha, -forts at Nancy and that Emperor and the General staff .are the. operations'. allies have won a victory at G'recv-1 licia Is reported still fto be driving Sur-Oise, in which tho b'ack the Austrians. Guards, under the command the The casualty list-as a result of the Crown Prince of Germany, la- alleged to have been annihilated by a JJritish British official bureau says Mowing up of the British cruiser Path fin tier by a mine in t.he North Sea, comprises four men killed, thir- teen and 242 missing. UK OOTOLIS Hull, England, Sept. Early, last at tho return of the wanderer leach- destroyers and submarines .every ship. Questions on every lip "Where has she been and what The British war. information Hreau has issued a long statomcnm (t tl e operations o! tic British mg the past neeLp and m aiUition, list of British a total 01 irore than uen i to Sop'terah'er -lt The statement which is based en report Field Marshal Sr Joh French commander of the >l tir forces at front speaks [iiglily c of soldii s, an their achievements. It declares1 that white the -Britisl isses are heavy one- third of the. losses inflicted 'by th British troops on the Germans Th statement closes .with a call for mor men. Berlin reports that 3 000 Britis! prisoners have: reached Deberitz, A bombardment-has .begun of the fortifications at" Cattaio, an; Austro Hungarian hy the .'Prencl Pcct and advice- from Cettuijc cie- dit the Montenegrin with the defeat oi the Austrians at Boljanitz in France is calling out the' 1915 re cruits and way will add 250 OflOmea to Ker forces within a few the Dntah fleet iy close surveillance, bmn dojng Hiscovered a passage between the j ms soon forthcoming, mines which Gorman destroyers used ami -n Wij0 heard it were thrilled at In coming out to the North Sea. With j the daring feat accomplished by the "that information a flotilla'bi siibmar- commander and crew f and destroyers proceeded to j The submarine penetrated round up the German ships. j into tho orV'Bremerhaven, When ths operation was finished the: sho fired two. torpedoes. The British vessels returned to'thsir base' Germans in the with the exception of one submarine, j midst of which the submarine went There was much ansiety as to the to sleep on the bottom pi the har- .fate of this and as neailj a.faor For hours the siup and crfw re- passed without of it tho there, the harbor being fciawl- for forty years how Lydia E.Pinkham's Vapetablft Compound has restored their t months health when sulterine with female ills I 1 he German Reichstag represented This accounts for the enormous demand hj members oE ill parties has prom for it from coast to coast If yon are isud full support to whatever mea troubled with any ailment peculiar to surcs the Minister of Marine Jeems women why don't you try Lydia E. t necessarj Appropriations will be Finkham's Vegetable Compoondt It made for JK leplactment of the ships which been lost ind to carry out the program of construction al- ready arranged Tjio British steamer Runo of tbe Wilson line, Avith hundreds of engers has foundered in the noun Sea, niter "tr'king a mine Most of those aboard were saved. .Russian oflicial announcements de- scribe a strong ofiersive mtnoment against the Austnano on Septcmbei will pay you to do so Lydia E. Pink- bom ilediemo Co Lynn, Mass. SALTS FINE FOR ACHING We. ertt much moat, which clogs Kldneyt, then Back hurts and Bladder bothort you Most. jet that the kidneys, like tho bowels got sluggish and clog gQd and need a flushing pise ne have backache and dull mle ery the ludnej region, severe head aches rheumatic! twinges torpid liver acid Bleeplessness and all sorts of .bladder disorders. Ymraimplymust keep your kidneys active and the moment yon feel an ache- or pain in the kidney regt6n about tour ounces of Jad Salts from any good dnij store tako wir Grocer, Canadian Postum Cereal Co, Ltd, Windw, Ont. ;