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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER LETHBRIDGE DA1LT PAGE FIVE No Change In Price of, Blue Ribbon Tea THE BLUE KIBBOF TEA 00. have plea- sure in announcing that they dp not pose to take advantage of the in price of tea. This company is in a position to supply all the Tea required in Western ada, sell at old prices indefinitely. spite, of the heavy duty whloh'haa jiut been Im- posed upon Coffee, we irlll continue to sell Blue.Blbbon Coffee at old pi Ices. f i Blue Ribbon, Limited .Winnipeg Calgary ALSATIAN WAITER TURNS TABLE ON FOE Bordeaux, France, Sept.: The scene is a village on the out- skirts .of Muelhauien. A lieuten- ant of. German scouts dashes up> to the door of the only inn at the village, posts men -at the door- way and, entering, seats himself at a table. He draws; his. sabre and places It en the table at his or- ders food in menacing tones The Ullage waiter is ettual to the occasion. He goes tor the sta'bles and fetches-a. iayfork and places it at the other side' or the visitor. "Stop, what does thia mean1" roared the. furiously. said the waiter, inno-. cently, pointing to the sabre, I thought that was your knife, so I brought j on a fork to match Three large elevators, a flour mill and several hundreds oi tons .'qi hay tew burned m the Magrath and Raymond districts in the past few weeks.' The latest- conflagration, the burning of the Thompson elevator at Spring Coulee has alarmed the na- tives, 'and the suspicion tliat'Oerman incendiaries are at work, Is broad- cast in the south In Rising the account ot burn- ing of this elevator to the IJerald, the informant stated that it was tjhe general opinion that the lire was started by the careless throwing of match in the vicinity of the building. A social was in .'progress the night ot the fire, and it 4houbbt that some who had' their hitched to the building might have thrown matches nearby whlie unMtching their horses at a late hour. The following is what the Magrath correspondent of a Calgary, paper has to say on the subject: "It. is hardly prc.balilc that the wheat would ignite spontaneously at this time of the year, and under care- ful watch, and the belief la growing that German sympathizers may bo doing the work. Recently several large stacks of liar were set afire In Raymond, just following the blaze in which' the large-Ellison mill at Ma grath wafc destrojed "There have Won .a number of Ger- mans' in this section lor several months, especially was there cat rhys toribus character who worked at the Knight Sugar factory. Your corres- pondent can vouch for his complete knowledge ol 'southern Alberta, to- gether with charts, maps and data concerning the topography of. the country from SaskatiieHaE ts the mountains. This information ho al- ways kept under lock and bey. He is known to have .received much mail, many of the "letters bearing official seals', and to cap the climax, he dis appeared tire morning war was de- clared." ff WILL ITALY DO IT? Paris, Sept. is reported to he making advanc- es to Italy for against INNOCENT VICTIMS -OP THli GBE, AT AEMED CONFLICT The Queen of Belginm and her children now at Antwero True Toasted Corn Is different from commonplace corn fljkes, as succulent BfMn swctt corn is different from the hard, flinty, yelfow grain of tht farmer's corn crib. In spite of the numeroui "corn flakes" ftw ptrisns roily know the rich iweetniii of i choice corn when skilfully cooked, flavoured and Thli true toastad In rleh, it called 'f Post Toasties A call for "corn flakee" often brlnga of the many brands ef ordinary To avoid dlaappclntment aak for, and Iniltt upon POST TOMTII9. i Thle food can be diitingulahed by the ptckaga; by tne rich, true corn flavour Imprisoned In the making; and by the ala crlapneee the golden brown flakee. TOASTIES are ready lo earve hot or cold, with cream or good with froan fruit In aaaion, A further delicate flavour may bo releaood by heating faw mlnutee In oven before aervlng. And Ifa a flavour worth knowlngl No advance in price of Pott Tpasties Superior Corn Flakes OTTAWA DENIES STORY WHICH APPEARED IN PRESS OF UNITED STATES Ottawa, Sept. emphatic de- nial is liy 'ihe otfiuals of the militia department to stories appear- ing in New York and American pap- ers to the effect that thousands of Indian and Australian, troops have heen sent across Canada within the past veek. It stated that for quite ohvions reasons there had been no "such movement of troops.. Sir.ce the outbreak of the war Australia had not heen able to organize her force and send them across the Pa- beiore her own trgops readj to for Englanti. The Indian troops have doubtless proceeded to j France by the shortest and safest routs through the Suez canal and the Mediterranean Sea; and by rail to Paris. Just how the troops v-ilt be sent toiFrance IB not but it is presumed., that they nilljgo ?U tne way on transports accompan led by a strong convoy Canadian Pottum Ctfeal Co., LM., Windtor, Ont. Headquarters of British Are Now.dtSoissons .London, Sept. 16, graphing from Pans, The Daily Mail's correspondent says "The allies' left, which is now strqTig and well supported.: jeirts near Amiens, with the British forces form- ing the main body of the left wing, with headquarters at Soissons The strain of the next two days' fighting will rest with this left wing and the centre, which will'have .the task of pushing its wai to tlio enemy in the difficult Argonne country." Incarcerated Canadian Pal ofInsp. Lindsay Hardly an episode or incident oc- curmg m the war, in which the Brit- ish troops are parties, hut has its tocal touch of interest Yesterday there was reported tht capture in Bavaria of Captain P S Anderson, the retired British officer, by the Germans. Oapt Anderson is incarcerated in a German fortress m which he was residing. He was form- erly in charge of the Ordnances Corps of No 1 Military division, and pre- vious to tbat time was a captain in the 8th regiment of the Royal Rifles al Quebec, and at that, time was a "pal" of 'nspector Lindsay of the R N.WSIH here, who was alsi a cap- tain in the same regiment Major Bethune Lindsay of Win- nipeg, with his 300 Royal Cana- dian Engineers, cstaoluhed tie rec- ord for bridge building at Valcartiei a pontoon {across the Cartier river in four hours, is a cousin ol Inspector Lindsay's. Germans Busy Fortifying the City of Brussels -London, Sept, Amsterdam despatch to the Renter Telegraph Co. says that the Germans are fur- thering strengthening and fortifying Brussels. They have placed mittail- in Boulevard Duianlim, Bot- laique and in front of the nccth and aouth stations At Utteroerg, neat Brussels, it is ngoited that fighting took place be- fivecn Prussian and Bavarian sol- 4iUa. tiMta What's WRIGUEYSi in SPEARMINT You've a right to like to show you, in our factories-the most sanitary chewing gum factories in the world! is made from the air-dried, milky sap of the Sapodilla Tree, which grows in Mexico and Central America. This sap is boiled down into chicle, flavored with the aromatic juice of pure fresh mint leaves, then cut into the delicious, springy bars which you buy. New machines, costing, hundred thousand dollars wrap WRIGLEY'S in an inner waxed seal, then the inside pink wrapper, then the NEW OUTER WAXED SEAL that is airtight, damp-proof, dust-proof. The same machines encircle this waxed- wrapped packet of five big sticks in the familiar band you know so well. It's as good and as clean as men, machines and money can make it, _ The BIGGEST 5 cento' worth of beneficial enjoyment you can buy Chew it after every meal MADE M CANADA. WriaiW, Jr. Co. Lli, T SI, TOKQNTO AND IN THE U A., Wm Wriahar Jr. Co.. CHICAGO_________ Allies Following Up Their Ai vantage Though Germans Try to Make Stand London, Sett 16 a summary of the war overnight The French official statement nukes bnct mention ot the fact that tie al lied armlet are in close touch with the Germans north of the River Aline and In the neighborhood of Rhelms In territory General Von Kluck'a rmy i> apparently making ready to make a stand, M-Jifla other German armies under Generals Ven VoaHausen and the Crown Prince and the Duke of Wurtemserg are falling back, and in doing so are endeavoring to maintain an undivided front The French War department also denies that the Crown Prince ever bombarded Verdun, and adds that only Fort Teyon, which does not belong: to the Verdun defences, toas been at- tacked, although today it was re- lieved. BeHIn Report Prom Berlin comes the announce- ment that the efforts of the French troons to Break through the right wing of the> German weet-end army have been repulsed, aftei heavy fighting BBIO-OtN. FINDLAY FIGHTING FKLL London, -.those the British side during the recent fighting was Brigadier-General Neil DouglM Flndlay, oemmander of the Ml ItWiion 0( Royal Artll- 4 who guinea a reputation for bravory in toe South AM can war, CHARGES CRIME TO GERMANS Former Senator Clark of Montana Sends Menage to U. S Citing Cruelty to Belgians New York, N.T., 8ept Nicholas Engalitcheff, former Russian vice-consul in Chicago, returning to America today on the steamer Flimdre, made public statement which he sain naa been him by William A. Clark, former Baited senator from Hontana, vitirtha request that 0m) to ican press TBe lUtemeat follow "Tell the Amwton case, which I 1> that of a Behrlan tantlyv of whom shot dead V tkiii0aa> mans, and tbe tt) chair while the 16-year-old daughter _ "The mother became" maniac I have tb.e When Yqu Are fr .t Wbo will provide the keep you? Wifl you then be conipelled to keep on working the lame OMB you. know? 4 f Or yott to able to'enjoy m-dd at It depend! apco whit nuke of your pnent rtin can apam In aa bopartal bdonMot gcUcy, win KCBM you a nfalar Inoomo fa'jau oU -Ik it pmrida tar jeot laaaDj daatb eaO jou enrij., THE IMPERIAL LIFE AMatance Company of I HuboniCB TORONTO 1 111 ;