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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE IST H B RID G E HERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. OIMITRIEFF MENTIONED IN COM- AUSTRIAN ROUT- GENERAL No Raw .Troops BeincfiSent Out By the British lii a letter to City Assessor Mcccti, MANDER'S j W.''Andrews, formerly of tho asscs- sor's stan', who left for a holiday in j ICnilamlJjcfore war broke j tljal A-oluntccrbd..for active scr- i vice, expects. to leave for the which comes e at Lake- t side, ,Fcmbur.y, Kent County, is 'On the Austrian front tie Russian-idafeJ ..Augt'si; 31. Mr. Andrews said after Petrozrad Sept. 15.-The following' front shortly. whic fficial communication was issued, from at official 'coi last night. Austrian front t-ite Kussiau. Uo'rs are crossini; the San river.; in. Part: yl expect to return On position neat Rawa Ruska, tte war, ir I get back alright, Hussian troops captured 30 can- ace drilling, as the officers are n-n and prisoners, and also miking strenuous efforts to harden en rnous stores of war material and' "s up'before: we. go to the front. The provisions. j authorities refuse to "send "Tlie results of the pursuit of the' troops." menu- in that territory are still Andrews was formerly .a mcm- kuavjn t, ter of tbe Lethbrldge Rifle Club and "In the marshes of. Bclgoraion ronsidnred a good shot. Russians iounJ some more Austrian1 ln another letter from home, Mr. batteries sunk in the mud, abandoned Meccb. learned' that all the officers o! during retreat.-.. the Dorset regiment had "The general -vrhiie repulsing the last desperate 'Austrian them. -Not capturM the moment our troops took the Dorset regiment bad volunteered 'cr duty, calling on their men to fol- man refused. Mr. not know how their units with imperturable cool- ness, Snatching victory from the ene- my roa more than one occasion critical moments. "treaeral Brusselofi commends the activity of the the men left. the offensive a-great number of pris- .01. his .relatives the call would oners and guns, the total .number of but, KDuU be veT few 01" which has' not yet .been determined. "General ErussiloE'declares that his troops'gave proof of great energy, determination and bravery. The com- manders of the. corps, he said, led DETERMINED TO GO bpy says'j'', th Ottawa "Offending .Appen- dix Removed ri'fQf.ta'wa, anxious 3 to-tfje: ftolit'that he had his ap- .to obviate the enlisting. Radko Dmitriefi, in light nc. _ (convalescing in a local hospital. Lieut. On tae right bank ol the v o river ,tfe Austrian have back: on Dorogobuzh, 55 miles east of] Smolensk. ejLieuL H_ x Bate of now CJttawa business man land to Yalcartier to Swift Current. Sask., Sept snowstorm of unusual severity for this season of the year struck this city and district fcarly this. luoruing, and con- tinued with the- fury of a blizzard un- til well through the afternoon, FoUpiv- ing a quick drop of the temperature, a strong wind arose and Increased in violence in the early hours oC tho morning. The atmosphere in- tensely cold nnil made itself felt to the people before dawn, being unable to sleep because of the extra- ordinary change in the th.ermome.tei1. When the people'nrose in the morning i it was to find, the country covered with a thick mantle of snow that was j driven with terrific violence by tho fury of the wind. The snow fair continued throughout he whole of the and at one time was lying a foot deep both in the city and i.i the surrounding country. Later in the afternoon it changed to sleet and the .snow begun to melt and before niglit was melting fast and illing the gutters, making pedestrian raffic almost impossible. crop was flattened and much damage has been done by the fall. v- enlist, but capital and chief town" jcrown land' of and ag'the neighboring regieos, have been: .rejected because he Bate 'promptly oqciipied by tee Russian army with- out resistance." DE WET-MAY AID London, Sept. Afri- v .canrWorid says that an active to offer Field -Mar- shal Earl Kitchener soldiers for war, a corps'of picked'scouts 'for use with Field "Marshal French's army under the coin- maud of General Christian Rud- .olf Box OIB'o nho 'WWanco 1080 )Q t'liislulan (.eon, Arcoucber OtSfio nt reslWcn comop 5th1 Avenuo and 1 Street Stfii'h HoufB Si 13. 830 Phone VS.H DR Bye Noie an Ihroat Iloinlnlon Building Offli hours 9.30 to 12: 3-5; evenings 1 apnoi-atmont. -34.: repldpnce help required for plain cooking and housework. Appl> Box 13 Herald. (.Copyright, Da Fotast -Porter.) and cook and -fa ald offi or-a wife with ;no ?w-ife good jijieffenfjJd >n. stock -rm vroHfr.; -A'My Bos'.-ST Her- ice. c po sition as zood and reli-ibler'-'feo J3t.1i' St. 'S. r r 231-Tf iety prevails in the Austrian capital. Lethbridge. A never-ending procession of train- as" housekeeper loads of wounded is arriving, and all j to two gentlemen. Rood cook. the avarilable pu'uWc buildings, includ ing. the university, already have been utilized to their.utmost capacity. It is proposed to transform the hugi polytechnic institute into a Bed Cross hospital, but the funds are insufficient There has been an enormous rise in foodstuffs owing to lack of supplies Unemployment is reaching a crisl There is now almost total closure of the great factories and business hous. es. The severity- of the press censor ship has been redoubled. All journals published appear considerably mutilat- ed, oftentimes entire columns are blank or blotted ou.t Pubjlc feeling pointed one of the en members of ard tension are aggraiated bv the the, committee created by Lord Kit-Llading newspapers appearing with chener to act as a connecting link b: ween the -War Office and. the Tern torial ussociation; GAS RATES Commencing with the October reading of this yeai, the foLlowrno iates for Natural Gas become effective: r RATES PER 1000 CU. FT 10 davs Gross Discount Net cu. ft. per monthly period....' 35c Neit S50.000 cu. It. per ..monthly period: ..I 30e 5c 250 Next. ft. per monUily period.: 25c 5c 20o Nelt', cu. ft per monthly period.. 2Qc cc 15c POWER PURPOSES: First cu. ft. per monthly period.... 20c' 3c 17c Neit ft. per monthly period----- 20c 4c 16c :Keit cu..ft. per monthly period... 20c 5c I6c consumers naing more than twenty milhoa cubic test per merathK period the for the entire account will be fifteen .cents per thousand cubic feet. The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited, Unreserved Auction Sale T Of 50 Head of Choice ?Dairy Cows 4t the Old Fail-field Jarrii, three miles south. of Lethbjciap, on Tomorrow, _. Grade Holatoras, Durhami'anfl Ayresbnss ol the best milking strains >t Rsglstereii Holstein Bulls, jtnrjefc vith papers 2 Registered Jersey Bulls, one -T 6 Heifer Calves, high grade 1 Grey Team aged; good delivery t'eani ''xr'Bay Horse, eight years Irfokr tl Hoan Horse, eight years old.' r; Saddle Fony. t 2 Berkshire i 6 York'shfre'Sows' 1 Berkshire Boar r One Covered Delhpry Miik Wagon Caaly balanct sli.months Credit, on furnish- 8% Her'annum amounts Sale will commence at one o'clock' A. SMITH, CHAINEY t. QATTRELL. -Auctioneer. Proprlelorf. vague phrases preparing the people for unwelcome news from the battle- Germans Prepare for Last Stand in France near Reims Loadon, Sept. state- ments issued overnight indicate The occupation, pl .Amiens by the Frerch and the preparations Tiy the Germans on the river. Aisne to majxe a stand against, the allies are the chief .announcemeats.contained in the atest'statement issued hy the. French Government Apparerllj the Ger mans are preparing to resist on the hBi0hts to the north and northwest of Rheims. exceUeat references. Ap- r-lv Pox 50 Herald office. Position as cook (camp or baker or similar ;job; wages accordicg to amount of work. At liberty October 16th. Address Box 9 Herald. G TEACHER'.WANTED, TEACHER the Leth- brldge Inspectorate, to act as district editor for the Alberta-School Journal. Duties, to write monthly local .notes, and to adver- tisements, etc." Liberal payment o accepted matter, with commii sfons, should average ?30 pe month Miist cash to in est in s..ock of conioany now form ing to take over pfesent business which past earning equal to a 15% dividend. As only on apromtment will in each m spectorate this is unusual oppor tunity for a, teacher to ,largely in crease present salary Annlv at nnr :o Editor. "Alberta School' Jouirna Strathcona. TO RENT TO. furnished fon roomed apartment with every moden convenience In the Victoria Mansions Also one furnished two-roomed suite with private bath. Apply at the office corner 3rd Ave. and 10th St. South Phone 63G. TO Send houses to rent. Acadla. Block. or call for list of A. J. Blackbiirne G premises on Third Avenue Souih now occupied by "The Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. D. Stafford. Stafford Block. TO week; rooms, ?1 pel light housekeeping rooms par week. Board if desired. Modern conveniences. Apply Mrs. AL Garner- llth St. S. G TO RENT Fully modern house, fully decorated S13 Sib. Ave. S. Particu- lars and key at 12th St. South. or Phone 1418. -e TO new 7' roomed house, 333 loth St., near 3rd Ave. N. ?20 per month. Apply 423 llth St. S. or R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block. -to-aboard and car. :or child 19 'months 'ofd. .Apply ng terms per week tO'Bpx 41 -Heral office 231 to winter; sheds and running Tvater; art. stock for payments1. Apply C. C Irovm, Bentley, Alta. lease-a small coal-mta ly giviog full particulars as to oyalty, term of lease, .etc. .Can givi references. H. w'. Hillcresf Uta HAY cattle Petrograd reports that the Russian i or sheep can you feed on your farm troup" die crossing the ban river, and that the Russian army pulsing a desperate attack "hy the Austnans captured manj prisoners VERGES ON... BLASPHEMY Kaiser Tells.Trcops He. Is, Vice- Regent Petrograd Sept German prisoners.say de- livered by Emperor-William to the troops on their departure for-the front was of a character which the press Is forbidden to reproduce Its ap pears to as follows "Remember that the German people are the ch sen. of God Oh ipe, as Germaa Emperor' tbe spirit eg God has descended t I am-His His sword, woe to the aisob'edienf" "to and Russian that thia ?feat the suffering a familiar form of insanity as Grazlosa We will arrange and buj your hay in stack with privilege of feeding it on your have supply, of -water. Farm Products Ltd W. J. Lloyd, Mgr., .Phones, 365: and 1017. BOAKD AND R003I FURNISHED ROOMJ3 Brtgllt- flut- lobk, central location, comfortable and thoroughly reasonable al. Miss Smitn, Room Bank Building: FOR a good room :wlth; ail modern conveniences, steam beat houer oaths etc, appb V r r A BO 4RT) AND con venlencesj" 7th 55 per Apply 834 PETE MUEPHY Starland, PRAYING Of Western Transfer to. Limited P. R, Freight Shede Office 1i63 4 OtfiM 462 Stablei Company's Winding Up Ordinance, 1903. IN THE MATTER OF THF CENT- RAL LUMBER COMPANY. NOTICE is heresy given that all creditors of the Central Lumber Cpm pany and others having claims there- on are required to send in claims to the. undersigned on-or be'fpr'eithe first day of which date the Liquidator will ceed to distribute, the assets of.-the Company, or any ,.part thereof amongst .the "partiesSentHied thereto, having regard only :to claims of shall then have notice. Bated this 24th day of August, A.D. 1914 BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST, CO'Y. Ad No O2 Liquidator Date of first publication, Aug. 2otb, 1914. TO roomed cottage near- ly new; also two or three unfurnished rooms convenient and cosy for light housekeeping. All fully modern. Ap- ply 527 12th St. A North or Phone TO 8 roomed houi Sip 13th" St. situated between 3 ise. 3rd Possession Oct. 1st. -Apply Arthur Hayr, care of Sip and 4tl{ 'Ave.. facing west. Hayr -Hardware Co.______ TO modern, up-to- date, centrally. per'mouth immediate possession Ring 549, C C. Fagnuelo Co. TO roomed modern cot- tage, central location, No. 51S Sth St. S.. 530 per. month'. Can be'inspected at anj time. For further particulars call or phone R.-V. Gibbons, Balmora Block; Phone-.1191. PHYSICIAN or I B ot Co lega PhvsjrtuiB and Surgeons 4 berto bui e SIS Sberlock Bid; Pbone t4W ,i VIA VI (Ihe Natural Sjstera or ireat for etc Hull Bill Hours t o 6 p in daily 1 to 4 or by appointmen Mlfa F S Poofr PJREVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE Mra Va Haarlem s Private Hospital Maternity Home 704 Suth South Phone 746 MATERNITY xefe ences given, terms reasonable; Mrs JI. A. Masou. Warner. Alta, DRESSMAKING SEWING reasonable 534 eth St. S. (next Henderson Ga age.) Miss Knapp. DRESSMAKING AND SEWING of a kinds done, prices very reasonable Mrs. C. McKenzie, 946.18th Stree South. FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed. Pleaso let us have order as soon as pos sibie. David Scott, 'Bentley Com- pany Miscellaneous for Sale TO room semi modern cottage, No. 628 12th Street. pe; month. Apply N. 5, peat Co. Room Macdonald .Blk. TO RENT: Seven roomed modern house with gas, in good condition. S doors from car lino. per month Apply Boi 32 Her- to good tenant. aid. _ _ _ FOR RT3NT Building now occupied by Western Tinsmlthing Co.. are: door north of -Herald. Ready now. Apply at Herald Offlce. TO modern house, all painted and papered since last occu- pied. Large garden plot corner 7th Ave. and 12ta St .See H. Elton, Pbone 480 or 1E23. TO. moflern 8 roomed toroy and half house, pleasantly sit- uated, facing south Ave.. S: Apply to Arthur Hayr, Co. Hayr 'O roomed house. :1262 th Ave. A S., all modern convenlen- es at ?2p per month. Apply Stand- rd Securities Co, 115 Sherlock Blk. 'hone 1291. 'O size 24x40, Collieries. Good'opening drug store. For particulars apply Box- 301 Coalhurst. Alta. fcuy and feed stock on hares or for cash. Thos. Fitzgerald Crossileld, Alta. ?OR .bevelled plate glass ihow i.ase 8ft by 3ft Cin b> 2ft Bar gain for cash; also, one double; 'ba.rre .hot gun, i2 gauge Richard make 'rice ?12 4112 13th St N FOR 2000 head; -50C Ianib8, 500 and wethers, bai ewes. 3' years old. Will sell any number to suil buyer. Wm. G. 'Wenbourne, Ta'ber 2M FOR Targe .heaters ID good condition, .suitable 'for hall. Phone 742, Ave. A. TO new 7 roomed hou e 333 1 th St near 3rd Ave N per month. '423'llth St. S. R. Balmoral Blk. FOR .fcuggy in good con- dition. shack rear. 1217 ;7Ol.Ave. S. Apply PIANO. TO for sale; good as new. South. call 414 13th St. FOR at 319 5th Ave. South A snap if taken at once by the lot or by piece. black-- gelding, stripe. on ace, branded X4 on ; ?5.00 or information .leading to recovery. V. Hysop, Lethbridge. 232--G ticket to Vancouver: Form 36 R u 41 duu, also Dag gage check No. 574035; was lost Fri- ay afternoon between station alpnf th St. to car Finder will be ewarded by communicating with Mrs ymonds, 1315 6th Ave. S. or Phonr HIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS 'AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION SAME. DAY.AS -OR. DERED. good'bunch of well bred Clyde horses; all mares and fillies, or I'would'trade for cattle or sheep. I. could keep ..horses till next spring if- necessary. Owner, John Doddi Beiseker Alta POll Canada eager for the greatest selling book of generation Itlodern Europe Causes and Issues of The Great War Thrilling illus iranons Low Pr traordinary money 'making opportun- ity Splendid sample book free Wm ston Toronto. '1 DR. M. J. sraduati. at Royal College of Dentul Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Denial Certificate. Pfllca: 6 pnd 6, Bryan Block: Plioiie -1'071. DR. L. T. t Ccurllco and University of Maryland. Office Macdomild Blfc 'Phono 1105. Lethbrldgo, Alta. V DRG. MARR6 AND euccessors to Drs. Stewart and Me- '-lure. Hours: 9 to 6.' Offlce, 'Ms- _Jnbolham Slock, Phona 874. DR. E. mem- ber of Royal College, of Surgeons. (EnK.> Licentiate Uoyal.Collese of Physicians' (London) L.n.S., 1900. Hours: 9-tfc Offlce: C-8. Post Office nic'ck PIANO TUITION ___ I FOR Kay. M01 7til Avenue North. MRS..VV. H. Teacher 'of Piano, Harmony, and Theory. Pupils prepared for .Royal Academy and College of Music, London, Eng., or Toronto Conservatory exams It'de- sired. Studio .1226 5th Avenue A, South, Lethbrldge.-' ABBIE G. 3rd Aye" S., teaciier of Pianoforte, Harmony and Musical History, will open her classes on Sept.-V7th., Interesting and practical 'system used with children, leading up to. the'best re- sults in Technique and .Musical-in- terpretation for advanced pupjls. Pupils prepared for examinations It desired. Phone 1629 KINDERGARTEN MISS ANNE PORTER wlHopefa a'.pVl- vate kindergarten' for a limited number of children, between the1 .ages of four..and six years. A'Kin- dergarten Musical .Course will ba included. Junior and Intermediate- pupils for piano will also be, ac- cepted. Call or write 1211 6th Ave. South on or before Sept. 1st. :iNG EDWARD'S 'SCHOOL-Cran- orook, B. C. Headmistress, Miss V M. Cherrlngton. Boarding school-for girls, and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full-High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and -Snoclal attentlb'n given to Drawing, Painting ing from etc. Write for prospectus. PIANO TUNING 1 H CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Plsyaf Piano and Orsan repairer. y n? ,'10tor'' ejrperjenoe. Hor oura CSrdllca'e JIT AsaS London. Cnglnnd Reference to tho leading the Phon8 125 eth Ave A South SUBVEYING B A 3c -Dominion ?i Alberta Land Surveyor. Irrlga t f HWraulIc Engineer Rooms 6 and 6, Whitney Bloelt p o Bo Pbnnp 1042, UFF (Wm M Ed wards BASc, Dominipn and AI Surveyor; DonaW A print civil enginewini: and land snr- ttti Sberlock Hlds Lethbrldee Alta. j tt AUCTIONEER L and city Auctioneer of all Offlce at tlle 4C4 1Sth 8t T85 nf ntpim offlco nt tlio Lethbrldge- WevSnrn UNDERTAKING" S Funeral Director and Embalmer also agent ior the SomerviIIe Marble S. Granite Works, of Calgary Offlce opjoalts Court House Phono 661 Rest dence 284 7th Ava 3 Phoni 1176. Open day and night For Sale or Exchange TO for stock. 25 miles N( W of Edmonton Tor par ticulars jenquire -of E. Flynn, P. Riviere Qui' Barre, Alta. exchange green feec or'bats for one or good milk cows. Apply Wm. Northam, Albion Ridge LOIS FOR SALE I________ TO good 'farois on crop payment plan, Require'" that same be fenced and at 'eist thirty acres broken per quarter Give full particulars :in. first letter as io location, amount: brokpn, etc.. and stato absolutely lowest price. Must have full particulars at once. Will deal with owners only Box 1040 Medicine. Hat, Alberto. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 fitrtful and Prompt ttrvlit THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., LTD., FOR SERVICE We find.tne stenographer that suits the-position- We find tho position that suits the stenographer. Adding -and -Subtracting Typewriter (The complete machine.) Remington'No. II. convenience and simplicity Is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. (hat the only Column Selector.) Monarch (wonderful for Hi light shift and light touch) Smlth.prenMer (The .machine with for each character.) Remington Junior a market and field of its own) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON DURABILITY. Everything In Typewriter Supplier; A. J. PA89MORE, Building, Lethnrldge, Alberta S Y HURST-Funerai Director ana Embalmer 411 Sth street South, Phcnp 1802 night or day WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail All Tarletles timothy, alfalfa, mked-hay upland hay oat hay sad straw Mixed cai loads a Storage for household goods, etc cellar spare for rent and Saunders corner 2nd Ave ana 12th St 8 P 0 Dot 1127 ,Phpne 1244. ACCOUNTANT W D of the Tnstl- stituto of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, and o( tha In tuto of Charterfd Accountants In Albc-rta. Acadla; ;Bldg.. Lethbrldgo W A HEfiOERSON COV. Chartered .Accountants: .Winnipeg Lethbrldge Medicine Hit Accountancy In all Its branchoi Audit Secretarial Ad vlsory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- Liquidations. AMdla Bulldln0, Lethbrldgi Reildent R J RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered (Scot) ;