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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914 THB LKT HI! It 11 DAILY HKKALD PAGE FIVE I Carpet Squares and Mats FAIL SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED And It rto say It, they are Juot a llttlo tho trettlest we Have ever shown, .Thoao Soft.Browns and Dark Rich Hofla combine to makp Ilicoo )ho Softest and hlchbst Hues you have over 80ou, 1 WILTON AXMIN8TER PRICES ARE GUAB-' nothing like .these Rich Floor Coverings to add thaj ;oiie Homey Touch longed for in every home. WE LIKE TO SHOW OUR STOCK Standard Furniture! Co. HOME OF 'QUALITY FURNITURE" OPP COURT HOUSE SOUTH '4 WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? London; Sept. 15, 9.07 In a dispatch from Romo the correspondent of the Central .it is declared that the :TtoumanlHn ministry.: 1ms Rendered its resignation. COWAN'S PERFECTION t COCOA Just the right flavor AS TROPHY Wounded Algerian Had Ghastly Souv- enir, iq Knapsack St. Malo, prance, Sept. patch to the London. There are mani: wounded soldiers hero and at thlis port The houses iiave beeri'-turned into hospi- tals. Among tlie patiants num- ber ot One. of these warriors .brought back a Ger- man head in his knapsack and he was very angry wnen-Jt'-was from him.' Hd'-considered-ft-.the most precious souvenir in tho and it was to compensate iiim to keep him quiet He was still serious this afternoon when I ifsited the hos- pital at ivhicti he nvaa being treated, and Declared 'that he must have his trophy, back. MOTHER OF SCHOOLGIRL How Lydia EL Vegetable Compound Re- stored Her Daugh- ter's Health. Plover, "From a small child my 13 year old daughter had weakness. I spoku to three "doctors a bout it sod they did not help 'her any. Lydis E. rinkhiun'a Vegetable' Com- pound had ''been of great boneflt'to me, GO I decided to hayo her give it a trill. She has taken live bottles of Uw Vege- table Compound ac- cording to directions on tho bottle and sho is cured of this trouble.' She was all run down when she started taking the Compound and her periods did not come -right. She was BO poorly and weak that I often had to help her dresa herself, hut now she is regular and is growing: strong and healthy." Mrs, MXBTIN HELVIG, Plover, Hundreds of such letters expressing gratitude the good Lydia B. Flak- ham's Vegetable. Compound tits accom- plished are constantly being received, proving the reliability of this grand old remedy. If you are ill do not drag along and continue to suffer day in and day out but at once take Lydia K. Pinkham'B Vege-. table Compound, a woman's remedy for woman's ills. It jouttnnt special tdrice write to lydla E, Finidmm Medicine Co. (confi- dential) Ijnn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a Woman "ud held in strict confidence. FRENCH RELIEF TO BE HEARING GERMANS DRIVEN BACK London, .Sept.- Central News dispatch from'Petrozrad gays the.Gerr 'in'east Pruasii-havft tfeen driven back 'with great losses near Muishpnts, .stlil bringing up reinforcements. The -Germans are chief, efforts' in" the reg- ion of Mauer -See Buy Goods Made in Canada! i Buying foreign -made goods won't keep Canadian factories open. TOASTED CORN FWKES is THB ONLY food product bearing the Ket- logg name that is made right heiVin Ganadft All others are imported and 'do not help our own people. YOUE MONEY spent 011 CAN- ADIAN-MADE GOODSrhelps i CANADIAN WOEKEES1' BATTLE CREEK TOASTED CORN FLAKE CO. LIMITED. LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA: No t In Pi-ice of Blue Ribbon! Tea THE BLUE EIBBON TEA have plea- sure in announcing that they, do not pror pose .to take advantage ,of the1 radvanqe in price of tea. This company is position tb supply-all the Tea required-in Vfpstern 04n- ada, and will sell at old prices indefinitely. of the heavy duty which Just been Ini- ufon Coffee, we will continue to sell Bfue Ribbon Cojtee posed at old prices. Blue Ribbon. Winnipeg EdMonten Latest Despatches Do Not Con- firm Reported Surrender of Germ'an Right Wing Londoji, Sept. has been tlie 'case since the commencement of the battle of the Marrie over a week ago, the final outcome of the mighty strus- gl3 fe'eems to depend upon the army of CVown Prince Frederick William in the German centre, the headquart- ers of which have bean retired to 'Montfaucon. As this town is 1G miles to the uorUiwest 6E Verdun, the Crown Prince's mqveraent seems to Imply, the approaching relief of that French fortress, which his army has been besieging for a week past. How- no news of the'actual situation there has yet come through, nor in official confirmation'Of the reported fall of the fortified position of Mau- beuge forts coming from French Mrs. George Canning, of Cleveland, is "tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Barnslcy, Mrs. ,0. Mutton and Miss Mutton have returned from a several months' stay at the cpast. Misu Jackson, Hull Block, has re- turned from an extended visit at her home in Montreal. Miss Mabel Phillips bas left oa a two months' trip to New York, .Montreal, Toronto and other eastern cities. Colonel Pincher Crwk, is in Calgary, and. a guesl at the PalUser. hotel. Mr. and Mrs. -User, who have been visiting in Munsen.-are expected in the city tomorrow night, and will re- main about a weelc'before leaving for Brandon, where 'they will spend the winter............, The, Alexander Gait Chapter of the Imperial of the Empire, will hold meeting at the Y.AI.GiA.- on Thursday' afternoon. As it is to some busi- ness, the members are asked to meet at three instead ,.of lour o'clock. cannot b? present for the 1O 1U1 15 UUlllllifi lentil auu'v.- A dispatch from the German gen- huslntas ..part, .-.are 'aeked to drop in era] 'staff on the battle of the Marne, received in London today, suffered at the'ha'n'dB of the censor. In its translated form the -only claiftf made for German arms is that oi having successfully withstood the French'endeavors to, break the German lines. through Paris, Sept. Since. be- sides a continuous of motor wagons, private automobiles and properly equipped motor ambu- lances, conveying wounded. t hos- pitals, Parisians witnessed the continuous arrival of German-war .ma- terial captured at the Battle -of the Marne. fu'il trains of such booty already have reached Paris, .and a' IB .said, to represent barely-' half amount. It is 'estimated that 60 cannon; .30 mitrailleuses, 40 ammunition- wagons and .fclirea aeroplanes- have- already ar- rived. incident of tlie German Tout cornea from a agency, where at delight da expressed at the re- capture of a "rubbei neck" _ wagon that "was used- throughout the summer to carry American, visitors around the city, to the suburbs, and the "race- courses.- Itila etill intact. M A_ pensioner of the British govern neat ciHftd'at the American gmbaasy :oday and announced that he was down to his IftBt four dollars, no recent j remittance having. on ac- count of the war. He asked-'the Am- bassador to telegraph to Irey, which .the Ambassador .did; This is apparently .quite true unless the report from Dieppe this afternoon alleging that Gen- Von Kluck's army on the German right had been forced to surrender, turns out to he cor- rect- Up to the present there has been no confirmation story. In any casejrom the estimate giv- en of the numbers of troops surren- dered which according to one report was and According to another it would he a misnomer to call it a surrender of Gen. Von Kluck's army, must total in the neighborhoOjd qt i That Von Kluck's position }is a dif-, ficult one seeina to bVunquestionabiij if, as reported, the German line sv. 'lining its extreme "back on 'later 'for the social hour. The Aquatic club are entertaining at a dance in the Conservatory oi Music on Friday evening.. All mem- bers of.the club-are expected to at- tend without invitations being sent out. being sold and no doubt a :large number will attend the function.- I'L-iiiccy Arthur -'Connaught has been appointed to' ttie personal staff as A.IhC.- at 'the front. Re- cently.the .king and q'ueen were pres- ent at the .christening, of his infant son which took place privately on Tues- day nfght at 54 Mount st.W., owing the 'approaching'- departure 01 Prince" Arthur on' active service. The child was christened' A-laatian Arthur. A-very happy hand of youngsters assembled at the.'home "of Mrs. S. W. Sixth street, yesterday af- Meuse m the %icimw of Mextores, Vervjns, St. Quentin, and Peromie. is j temoon, to celebrate the seventh the birthua} of her unh Sidney U- .Gen. shown Von. masterful yjowever, 'skill, and ..has should he have been forced to- sacri- fice part ot his an offensive stroke of the British (and French al- lies, .and unless beaten1 by, aV break in the weather, is turning the roads into miiefand transpor- tation' most difficult, .'observers' here -are of the opinion th'at "he will reach his "appointed position'. TAKES BILLION FROM, PARIS Bank of France Removes Safely tts Great Treasure in Gold Pirls, Sept Bank at has removed safely from Paris ts great treasure, amounting to near- ly in gold. DON'T LIKE GERMAN PAPERS IN JAPAN Tokio, Sept Japanese gov- ernment today ordered the Horlad, a lerman controlled newspaper pVbhsh- ed at Yokohama; and ths jJeutach-.Jar )an Post, a German _n3ws cease publication. CANADIAN NURSES AND DOCTORS London, Sept. scheme for he establishment of the QueeVs dian Military Hospital well nder Tvay ujth the opening of offices n the Canadian Pacific as he headquarters for Surgeon-m-Chief onaM Armour. Sir' Ill-act and -the taff's personnel will be Can- dian The nursing staff will nuda p of volunteers, chiefly graduates of .oyal Victoria Hospital, Montreal. The ospital will open with fifty beds, wlilch will be extended to 200 as funds It has not generally been n.ih the creation ot Taber a a. sub-judicial district of Lethbridgi the Lethbndge dlstuct proper ha been''-extended on' the north-west ihat- it now includes fchp towns Monarch, Nobleford, Barons, Oarman Oiumpion and KSrkaldj Las winter an agitation was started b the Boards of Trade of and these towns to have them trans Jelrred from the Macleod -'district ti Lcthbrndge, on the ground that, a; direct railway cpnnect.'o.n 'with Lethbridge the change- would be advantageous all round. The govern inent has eridently taken cognizance of. tlje request ami granted it, 'J: -T. Macdonald is retiring from the hardware business m Calgary JAPS LAND 7 NEAR XIAO CHAD London, Sept reports iat Japanese have landed on e Shantung Peninsula, and that Jap- nese troops are- passing toward Ping u, about 40 miles north of Kli'o Chiu ,e German protectorate NO RUSSIANS IN WEST British Press Bureau Officially 'Denies Wild Rumors of Past Two'Weekt ,_____ I London, Sept British press bureau denies the report tbat Russian troops nave landed in Bel- gium, aud declares that there is %o truth whatever In the rumors tthat Kussian soldieiB Ijave landed or passed through Great Britain on their way to France and Belgium. Attractively situated. 'faculty. Far pntttdiu and lennt writ! Wntc.M St Tkoam, Oat. flu opened an office in' B. BurJand In v i: t PETE MURPHY a. very sumptuous', repast had been done justice tc., the high birthdav cake cut Pretty floral designs made the tea table look verj charm mg Sidney was the recipient ot many handsome presents Among those pres- ent besides Porjs and Sidney Tuck were, Willie anJ Phyllis Emen, Ethel Hancs, Bddie Sellens, Moreen Ethel. Haines.VEddie ;Sellens, Moreen Franlie Alexander Mrs Cleary and children, Aileen and Willit, have returned irattt: m tores ting Westminster Guild of Kudx cfaurcl held a meeting last night, prelfmm to elKtion of nex Monday Various trwnss were ed an an informal discussion tool place on the work for the season, i Mrs R Virtue'4 sfction of Wes- ley Ladies' 4id will meet at, her home, 1232 S, tomor- row afternoon full attendance urged Wesley Epworth League met last evening, when the topic was taken m n interesting manner by G H 'obbledick nominating committee was appointed to nominate officers 'or the election next Monday night An informal discussion of the 'ork took place. St Mary's W. A. met yesterday with a good attendance. The vacancy m the Altar Guild was DIM by'Mrs Mitchell. Mrs Wisbbrook and Mrs were appointed a- visiting omnijttee. a t On Thursday, September 24, a pan sale and thimble tea will be held t tke home of Mrs Albert Arnold, 33 Twintietb St N., when -gllet- oon tea will be served from three 0 SIX i I On tfa 12th o! October a j'umole ile will be held and later w rlal EsiSition will hrtd.' i Afternoon tea the .bos- esses being Mrs T Arnold and Mrs Turner. f 9 A goodly number gttheted St. to an _____ __ ran by Or. Cbene mcdlcal irrii.kmary., Mlw told of the iplrwiid wort whole ot ttJ.C present tonight. On Thursday at 8 o'clock in the Holy Communion will beah- ministered in St; Augustin's_ chozch and a fifteen minute service of iotetr- cession- will be held at noon on day. These are special services on ac- count of the war. The In'tormediate Christian Bnalea- vor. of St. Andrew's church are, in charge of a program to be put at a .united meeting of-the two Eadea- vors this evening. All voung aeoplo invited. The Junior Bible class oi St. Cr- pnan's Sundav school orgsmieM tot the season's nor It Sunday the following officers were elscv ed Presidntr-Will Kaox. Collier. dlppa. A committee cwnsiMtil of UtMtrs, Kelly, Short aid Hmks, wwt apt pointed to arrange the social foe the.season. Weelev Suwtey scbooJ teachui and omeers will meet on Faday evening.