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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER H, 1914 THE LETHRRIDGE HERALD London, Sept. 14, 4.0S a dis- patch from Antwerp, the con-espcnd- ent of- tlio Evening Newg saya: "According to the German command- ing: officer atAcrscliot, who now la in The Allies Hounds on the Pacific There are a. wholo things n this war wrung ;world of tlmt wo dwellers on tho prairies do not know or do not realize.. Few .of us when we read H-hc Icxt ol the1 ultima- tum f rom J to Germany realized that, Iwtiw for letter, word lor word, time limit for time limit, sentence for sentence, ,'that ultimatum: was identical with'ihe ultimatum sent hy Germany to Japan after little Japanese nation hail occupied Port Arthur and tpycii a womloring world 0 ..VI, priEou Urn Germans firmly be- the finest military display it had ever lieve tbnt the .Antwerp forts uro no witnessed. Five thousand miles away mutch for their 17-in. guns, of we cannot realize .just how hard it which lie says they have 51. The was tot tlio victorious little Japs to range of those guns IB about six inllea take their medicine, but take it they and each piece can be fired only 21) i "M, and perhaps as they riraak it times. Whilo confessing that tlia Cler- U CJ' raised their glasses to 'the o- r da-' Britain, too, has a hound .or two on the job. Tho British Emp re is dot- ttii about all over those lilty-llvo mil- lion square miles. New Guinea, Hong Kong, Sr-inoa, ing Apia, lately Vancouver anil an island called Australia, all fly the same old flag, and Besides the island .calli'd Australia, there, is, too, a battle cruistr of that name, which vessel will tear a little Inspec- tion. The Australian government have placed their at the disposal o( the admiralty, and the supposition is Mrs. Choney, ot Minneapolis, is tho guest of Mis. J. H. Cheney. Hev. T. M. Murray, or Coleman, will preach at both services ia Knox church next Sunday. Hon. G. H. Perley, Sirs. Perlcy and Miss Pcrlcy recently had the honor (hat today they arc operating under Mlss PalW recently had the honor tho directions ot Vice-Admiral'Thom- to Their as H. M. Jen-ami' commandor-in-. Ma.estiea, the King and Queon Mary chief, China. To return to the' Aus-i" Buckingham Paiacc; trulia, her speod is twenty-eight knots J mans arojinable- to spare enough wen j to invest Antwerp, ihis officer says believes that the sioso suns will en- day has come. The Japanese 1 arc a fair ta Kct a nloe "ttle able them to take a couj.'io of the forts, Portlon ot own hack again, and thus giving access to the city. As a lt is that the Japanese gener- bombardment will be destructive to tevc "JKlKtalen to be in Kow Antwerp, such action ia not contain- te plated, because Its Harbor la too val- i coast' tllis nn n.ont rnn ol the Uuua .toast there is a liable an asset Tor Germany 'Lolly of watnr' named in our geo- pra'fc'es the 'Pacific Ocean hunting a needle in, a stack of hay is a graft compared to hunting.a German war vessel in that same Ocaan, but the quarry is there, six quarries In fact, and the hounds, are .loose, and day the wireless works to 1hc hounds, and probably also to save (he quarry, it is a'matter of interest to us all with Vancouver asi m uiai anu on, ou our nearest port, to tatc a look at spoiling ior a scrap. No man with- thc figures of the thing. I out seeing such a sight can realize Looliing, we. find the I-eipzig, the the truth of the contentjco that it a out'as much as a nice saddle ami ES a rule scad fifty teat, of St. Augustin's- Sunday school will Uicir lead to its desired destination.' their annual picnic at Henderson It was my good fortune hut a few Lake next Saturday afternoon. The days ago to see a British cruiser in-; parents are kindly asked to send the tiide and out, stripped and ceady, ev-1 children to the parish hall with their ery last or-rfer, bunkers fufJ h.nch, Iws.ets at two o'clock, Par- of coal and oil, officers and mill cuts and friends of the children are :rtr n anran TCn f'firdiallir iiivH PI! London, Sept. retirement of the German army virtually all' along the 1'me in France continues, according to French official reports, and advices from Switzerland de- scribe the profound impression the news of the German retreat lias cre- atal along the Swiss German fron- tier, and various parts of Geruiany. Already the German forces have teen-pushed back by the allied armies at some .'points for a distance- of six- The stripped .hulls, slinking through the gloom, At ga'e and.gonc-again, Tho Brides of Deoth that wait the groom The choosers of the slain. The hounds are-there, too. Japan, alone owns some one bun- gun, man ior man, ship for ship. No lightest detail is omitteu1 from mir navy's preparations, the brain oi ev- ery man on board is encouraged to work, anything and everything that oiin help o'lr vessels to 'do their diity' in this or any other -war is thougJit ot. Newspapers often have contained accounts of vessels catching lec ntl) coaled at is eqmp- fnd v.itii a simple but de .e for the prevention ot fire in ac Clubs and Societies Again We Demonstrate Our Superior Value-Giving Powers T A Harvest of Bargains for all who shop here this week The Daughters and Maids of Eng- Gurr, 720 14th St., N., on Tues- day at 2.30. The Woman's Auxiliary'of St. Au- fiiistin's church wiJ- tomorrow afternoon, s full attendance is ur cd 3U -0 d Opportune JVews of Hugs and Carpets A Door Mat for oOc Just 20 of these Axmlnster Mats, handsomely designed, fringed ends, food colors. Size clearing out Tomorrow DUG Hall Rugs Just English Tauestry Hugs, heavy quality, and seamless. Lovely tan and green designs, not many in this lot, popular size fi w Stair Carpet 50c Yard Good quality English Tapes- try up. A handsome' 'Persian design, a combination of fan and green colorings, yard wide, tomorrow yard vvv Tuesday Specials Grocery Section Golden West Soap ilia 2 packets for Royal Crown Soap 2 packets for 40 C Crown Wash- liig Powder, 2 pkts. Gold Dust Washing Powder, per packet Panshlne 3 paokets for FRUIT SPECIAL. 5 pounds Apples for................. tvJC Italian. Prune Plums Per.Case........... OOC Men's Wear at In- ducing Prices Men's Combina- tions THIS WEEK IS FULL OF SPLENDID OPPORTUNI- TIES TO BUY SEASONABLE AND WANTED MERCHAN- DISE AT AWAY DOWN BE- LOW U8UAL PRICES. EV- ERY DEPARTMENT HAS CONTRIBUTED ITS SHASE TOWARDS MAKING THIS ONE Or THE BEST COM- BINATIONS OF MONEY- SAVING EVENTS THAT HAS YET BEEN PRESENT- ED FOR YOUR ACCEPT- ANCE. SPECIALS EVERY DAY IN EVERY SECTION OF THIS POPULAR SHOP- PING PLACE. WATCH FOR THEM. HERE IS TOMOR- ROW'S LIST. WATCH'THIS SPACE EACH DAY. Specials in Footwear, all One Miners' Bluchers values in Miners' for 51.99. Eitra strong and ser- viceable, Blucher style, all sizes. Price f1 oo per pair ...........9 I iv9 (Boys' School Boots Just when you are in need of strong School Shoes for your boy, comes this special Biuoher style, comfortable and stylish Sizes 1 to fl> f, QQ Regular 52.50 I .90 Ladies' Brown Ox- fords Smart and stylish for Ladles. Rich dark siuwle of brown, VIcl Kid in e A OO all sizes, reg. ioi William has been bomhardiiig with heavy .artillery the forts soutfn ot erdun snice By wav of liftttcrilam comes a Berlin despatch th.t the total losses sugtamwl b.y the Germans numbers dead and 12.CS3 noundoJ FIRE IN SASKATOON Saskatoon, Saak., Sept, last night caused 52000 danrago to the Bariieit Kard'.varo store on the west Bide of this city. It is thought tlio fire paint room and spread to the ware tho roar Burnett says SAY THREE PRINCES DEAD. ntport Frederick Wllhslm, Adalbert and Carl 'Succumb London, Sept.- Ostend dls patch to the Reuter Tpleg-aph Co "C-awn Pnnoa Fiederick Wol hrtm and Prince Adalbert of 1-russia, tho Bmporo'l s thud son, and Prince Carl of Wuerttemberg aro reported to have died m a l at Brussels they -B'Hl- re-build aa soon-' as tha in- Eurance is adjusted. CATTLE MARKET Liierpool, Sept. t Co, attle Importers of this citv, reported Poultrymen Notice A meeting' of the Lethbridgij Poul- try association will be held on .Tues- September 15 at the Im-S St thoir regular monthh meeting in the I cliurch at 2.30. on .Wednesday. All lail- ics of the parish-are cotdially invit- ed. migration offices at 8 o'clock p.m. The o'clock. The G. P. clubiifirnieet with Mrs. shan, comer 3th and 9th S., tomorrc.w afternoon at 3 today that the oattlo maiket was un changed from their previous report dates rfor the eleventh nnuual show have already been ffead for Decemher 1..2, 3 and 4, but otrins; to building at the Fair grounds being available, the .show wHl probably be called off. This is unfortunate, as the show'bas already been extensively ad- vertised in tho poultry press, and to cancel tha show at this late'date'-wi'll- give the lacitl association a bad as heavy expenses alre'adj been incurred Along the River of Doubt other, who h.v, le.rned that and ooff.a-which contain the druc, caffeine-are trouble" POSTU -a pur. del.shtful food-drlnk mad. entirely of whe.t and bit of molaMe., absolul8ly free frem the (Iruj, caffeine, or any other harmfur or comfort.g.ijroying Ingredient. Poatum now comet in two forma, PMTUM-muat be well boiled, 16c and Mo' paekagea. !n tha rf wllh hot Kt Both klnda are declcloui, and the coat par wp about th, airne. Grocers i ____________Canadian Poatum LJd, WlnJ.or, Ont. Westminster 'Giiilid of Knox church hold its organization meeting m the school-room tonight. All young people are ;urged. to be present. PcstTmnster Epirprth League meets .onight, when will e The form ot a council meeting All .yri'.'ng people of the church arc effected To-norrow evening the Social Ser- i vica-.T-Cague of North Let-abridge will meet in Westminster church'. All in- ,'terrsted in lompeDance.'work are cor- dULy invited. fhe section of Wesley Aid under Mrs .if-m-gs and Mrs Kaakc will DKe{ wllh Mrs. P. Ashc'rolt, 508 Fifth i Avei; S., on Wednesday at 3 o'clock sh-irp II! memSeiS are asked to ma1 a special effort to turn out, ab the iierr js urgent A recent on ivll to held by the Big Er tljcrs' Ckss of Knox church, in U'C sc'oolrcom at 8 o'clock on Fri- tlry evening, to. which members of Session and Board of Managers, with their wnes, parents and all m- trrested m ihe welfare of the lads are invited This class meets in the sch olroom cvcrv Sunday at 1 30 an extends a eorlial mutation to 2] Irds in tire congregation to jom thei activities The annual meeting of Woman's 3Iissiona.rv Socety will ho held on Tuesday evening al Jght in tha suhoolroonT Dr hoB'3 Oliver from NeVmuch, Centra! niiia, now homo on a furlough, an address A cordial invitation s eitenoed to erery woman in the ation Cnveioocs will be dis ;nbuted It is hoped jll will cheer- ullv resprnd, as this thankoifering ncludes toth and foreign work Re'rtshments will be served at the of the meeting. Sptcial wii; be held on ac- "oimt of the war In St Cyprian's hureh at 8 o'clock on Wednesday and Holy Communion will be celebrated at 7 o'clock on Thursday morning. The Willard W C. T U. will hold ta regular monthly meeting at three closk o-n Thursday afteraoon in St r's R'irlsh hall. A large attend- nce is desired, ifen's Winter Combina tions, Watson's well known make. Pine ribbed make and unshrinkable. These arc re- gulnr lines. Tomorrow Plice 9n per garment I .vfU Boys' Just vpened up these Boys' Caps.. The kind that will appeal to.the youngsters. Smart dressj Tweeds, ln good shapes Regular Joe Oft-. Tonjonow-..... CvC Boys' Jerseys Buy a Jersey for the boy these cool days, navy blue, red and brown colors But. ton on the shoulder, Regular ?1 00 Big bargains in Ready-to-Wear Smart New Models in Coats, Ladies' and Misses' 'A collection of our newest styles in Ladies' anil Mlaies' Coats to go on sale. Zebe- lene and Velour: Cloth Costs lined to the waict with silk serge, Raglan fitting tack, convertible col- lars in colors navy, .black and aue.' Regular fi-r.SO. Tomorrow C 4 O AA price 9 IC.UU Boyal Worcester Cornets Ladies' Royal Worcester CorsotB, model' 546; 'madc- from fine French Coutil, rae.d- dum 'bust, six hose support- ers, designed .for lull ngnre; also model 620, cut from line Batiste, high bust, very long hip and back, rtx ,hose sup- porters. Dainty: lace trim- ming. Regular values These WMte Wool Shawls White Wool Honeycpmb Shawls, large, size'with pret- ty fancy borders and deep fringe Regular 51 So 2S to go on sale tomor- tf 4 row at Dry Goods The bargain event of the season Dry Goods HE NEW COATINGS ARE cucouror, ._____ NOTED COMPOSER DEAD sw Torlt. Sept Eng ndef, noted at a composer of oper died yesterday alter a long HI- at his In Fur Rookaway born la Austria M yeart ago. 7 THE NEW COATINGS ARE NOW: ON SHOW. Many people are' meeting with splendid suc- cess in the making of their Coats by the use of Butteriek Patterns. They eost so too. Here's a special that will appeal to those who a coat Fancy Metalasse Tweeds in two color effects, full 54 Inch cloth, colors brown, and 'blue; blue and grer, and, green, ajlue and greeii and gray find black stripe.' Re- gular J2 00