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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Tim DAILY HERALD PAGE-FIVE Of all Stores, ml Int., got; 8oz., I fiovril Cordial, Iirge. 11.16; 3 9. Woe to great city! Woe to thee, city of vice! Fire and sword shall succeed fire -and famine. 10.'Courage, faithful souls, the reign of the dark shadow shall not have time to execute all its schemes. 11. But the time of- mercy approach- es. A prince .of the nation" 1s in your midst. -12. It is the man of the wise, the invincible; he shall count his his victories. 13. 'He shall drive out :the.-enemy of France; he shall march to victory on. victory until tno (Jay of divine' justice. 14.'That day, he'shall command sev- en kinds of soldiers, against thrSe, to the quarter of Bouleaux between Ham, Woeri and Paderborn. 15. Woe to of tho North; thy seventh generation shall answer for all thy crimes. Woe to thee, peo- ple of the East; thou shait spread afar the cries of. affliction, and innocent blood. Never 'shall.such an army be seen. 1G. Tihree days the.gun shaH.rise up- wards on tha beads of the combatants without ibeinff seen through the clouds of smoke.r 17. Then the commander shall. fit tho victory; two.of his, enemies shall bo annlhilateu.i'the remainder ,of the three shall- fly towards the 'extreme East.'' 18. William,, ahall be the laijt. King, He shall have no other successor save a King of "a King' bt.'Hinoyer, and a King of Saxony.: All the first part of this nroplieoy up to the ninth verse, veri- Jitd by the war of I860, by that of 1870, and then by tie Commune of 1871. Here ire the last nine Verses as they ore now applied: v 10. Courage, Ger- many cannot carry supremacy, v 7 11. The time of. retaliation approach- es. The Czar shall come In'the midst of you to seal the alliance. 12. That.-ls the man of salvation. 13. Ha shall cUasa the enemy of France; hft Germany luntB.ttls; completely destroyed. 14. The_ last battlo on the field of 'Bouleaiix, near to'Paderborn; in.West- pbalia, shall re-unite seven allied peo- ples (French, Belgians; English; Dutch, Russians, and alnst three Austrians. and 15. Woe to thyLseventh generation shall answer', for the', wars thou hast made upon air the people. generations luake 30 years mnl- tiplted by 7 equals 210 years The realm oJ-Priissia dates from The seventh generation Is, then, living be- tween J893: and 19S3.) Woe Never a', battle shall: have taken: place: Belgians Lost 27000 Dead in Seige of Liege London, Sept. telegram to the Observer from a correspondent at Ant werp, dated last Thursday 6ayn: "Tho authorities are preparing an of- ficial casualty list of the operations at Liege, and I am Informed It will show that no fewer than Belgian sol- diers -were .killed in -that heroic de- fence. 'It has been.learned that on the oc- casion of the bomb dropping, which nearly damaged the royal palace, the signal was given by a German spy with 9 aid. of a powerful motor lamp toolt up his stand near tho paJac directed tho airship where to ail 'was caught while doing so and t HORRORS OF WAR. Saw it in edition "German army on the run. When edition .two came out, French forces put to rout." Edition- three upon ;the street, "Destruction a! the English fleet! Next edition number "Italy decides on. war I" Filth edition comes somehow, -And "Italy is now. Edition six, -and there we sea, "English: fleet gains victory I" Special extra comes out then, "Riissla's lost'a million men Next edition of- the press Will flfd the-million I guess. Swinburne, who was onco thought clever, Told us, "Dead men .rise up never." K. Mo.ulton. ''Mr. and Mrs. George W. Taylor, 523 Twelfth St', N., are rajoidng over the birth ot a son on September Kith. Chisf Justice Harvey and Mrs..Har- vey will continue .their v sit abroad until Dec. 1st, it is expected. Following his recent appointment cs vice-president. bl the Grand Tcunk Pacific, Mr. Frank Scott is returning from the west, and will make his residence permanently in Montreal. Mrs. J. H. Burlaml, Montreal, made an original and very useful gift to the patriotic fund when she pre- sented a Ford touring car, to bo need by the .ladies of that city who will look after ttie work ot distribution I end visiting in connection with the fund. A wedding of interest to Lothbridge j people was solemnized at the home ol the bride's parents irt Seattle on Tuesday of last week, when iliss Mil- dred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mason, was quietly married to Mr. P. Laurence Naismith, son of Mr. and Mrs, Naismith, ot this city, in the presence of a few intimate fricinds. Mr. niid Mrs. Laurence Naismith have teen tho Mr. and Mrs. P. L. at the Palliser hotel for tho past few days and have left for thsir' future home at Shawnawon, Sask., followed by the best wishes ot their many friends in Alberta. A very line spirit is being shown by some of the Canadian military in their determination to take part in the present conflict. Lieutenant Col- onel William Hendrie, of Hamilton, who, rather than stay behind, went SB major with the 48th Highlanders, a regiment he used to command, re- ceived quite an ovation when leaving Toronto last Saturday. Another' in- stance was the enlistment of Lieuten- ani Rediord Henry Mulock, son c-f Mr. W. K. MulocR, K.C., as a pri- vate of tho 13th Field Battery.-Lieu- tenant Mtilock, considerable ability us a and being a fully qualified ith the exception of one examination, Major Ducharme on hearing tig. matter promoted him to tho ranlt of" sergeant-major, and he now hopes to get bis commis- sion at Valcartier. ti 16 It shall last three days in the the conflagration. 17. Finally Prussia and. Anstria shall be .annihilated. Hungary: shall fly to- wards the extreme east (of 18. .William-II- shall be the last King of Prussia Germany AuBtr'a shall form three realms. Poland, Han- over1 and' Saxony. The British Army is at present en- gaged ,In assisting the "Prophecy of Ma'yence" fulfilnient.. No War Prices On This Food With price of meats, flour, sugar and all other foods climbing by leaps and bounds, it is well to remember the economy and better health in Grape-Nuts FOOD Made' of choicest wheat and barley; this food is fully cooked, easy to digest, and full of rich nourishment. With cream or good Biilk, an economical, delicious dish for any meal, You can be independent and live Packed dust and germ proof in wax-sealed fresh 'and appetizing, There's no advance in price! Grocers everywhere sell Grape-Nuts, Canadian Pettum Certa' Utdv, Windier, Ont. Clubsi and. Societies Tomorrow atr welve o'clock noon a fiMeeii minute -.-service., of -interces- sion on be held in St, Augusfcin's church. -The public generally is cordially invited. The Flower Guild J "will visit the Galfc hospital as, usual at 3 o'clock iombrroV alternblmj; when your gar- den blossoms .would1 -be acceptable. The Young .Ladies' class of Wesley Sunday school will meet in the lad- ies' parlor at S o'clock tonight, when they vriil sc-.v for the needy of the city All members are urged to be present. St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid. held a well attonded meeting yesterday at- 'ternoon, when Mrs. ScadyJand Mrs. Bulpitt were chosen leaders in a tnembership contest. The Aid was divided into the two sides, and the s de which brings in the least number of hew membership in this month o! the contest, has a supper fpr the Aid. The ladies decided to hold a Rummage Sale next .week and discussed plans for their --bazaar in November. 11916? STRONG OPINION THAT PROVINCE WILL BE. DRY JULY 1 OF THAf YEAR ;THo public generally is liardly aivake tt> the fact -that the. biggest social moy-eraent in years is now under way in this absolute prohibition of the liquor traffic, wholesale, retai'j, Uara and all, iu the-prpyince' of'Al- berta, commencing An; executive meeting1 was held last evening, and during the present "week and part of next week some of the most prominent Lethhrldge citizens l be engaged In enrolling .the signa- tures of voters who desire the question of'.total prohibition to come oefore the people for decision. ,The movement is token undor the "Direct Legislation passed by the Provincial legislature in 1913, which provides that on petitions being presented to the legislature signed by 20 per cent of the nurnber of voters voting at the last election, calhng lor the passage of any particular act, the ibt must ba either pa'ssed or suhinitted to the people by what is practically a plebisrite. If on the vote being tak- en, a majority of the electors 'say es1' thelict; if a ma- jority say "No" all similar steps are barred for three years. The proposed act is of the most thorough type, and is Intended to pre- ent every kind of dealing In intoxicat- ing liquors, except for medicinal, me- chanical and like purposes. One of the. leading the city, although not a f'temperance" ,man inv the ordinary sense, opinfon this morning; that the act would be passed unanimous voU Our Week-End Sale News This to something more than a mere sale. It is a practical demonstration tha the purchasing power of your dollar has not shrunk the least bit, despite the increased cost of everything Shoe Section LADIES' BOUDOIR SLIPPERS, CHOLOCATE, RED BLACK, with Pom Pom S> I I LADIES' BUTTON BOOTS, TAN VICI KID, SMART Cfij AND DRESSY GIRLS' STRONG SCHOOL BOOTS BOX CALF Qfk BLUCHERS MEN'S WATERPROOF TAN AMD BL'ACK'AMERICAN CO' 9R ELK BOOTS For the Home CORK BATH MATS 18x27 SIZg 23x36 PRICE ELECTRIC HEATE.RS, CONVENIENT, JUST vU, VESTS AND For children. Every 'alta, tram CEa% 860 up to O96 COMBINATIONS for women. Special fall welghUi, C 1 9E only Low aeck short lenltli; at 50, C .weight, white, at. VESTS OR DRAWERS Part wool, white, et... All wool, short at ;