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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE IB-THBKIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER'19, 1914 SOMETHING TO REMEMBER Plione Orders received 'before o'doek delivered tonight. If you are not down tcnra or cimnot. come to our market, simply use the telephone Totir order will receive our best attention. If. you are down town, come in before 9 o'clock so I hat we ran deliver your order. Dressed Spring Chicken 1" Baby Beef Pot Roast fcr lOc; 12k; I5c Yeiy Fed by A. E. Ives, and 8 months old. Pork Roast 15c Fowl, per Sb. I5c DELANYS LI Phone 452 Stafford Block GERMANS DROPPING BOMBS IN ANTWERP Ltmdon, Sept newspaper dis- patch 'sai's a Gennaa aeroplane has drppped'.a bomb In Antwerp. 1! Wholesome Satisfying Meals Good Service Splendid Menu Commercial Oyster And Chop House 210 5th Street South Farrn Hand's Leg Fractured; Was Caught in Belt In an attempt to throw oft a heavy engine drive belt Frank Vo- bin, a young farm hand, was the vic- tim of a painful and serious accident on the or Johnson and Patter- Ron, east .of-Stirling yesterday. The engine was slowing down and Vobin! endeavored to throw the belt with Ms foot. He miscalculated on the speed of the machine, and his foot caught eo that he was whipped ofi the "ground and., carried aroun.d the drive pulley on the engine. 'He suffer- a severe fracture of the leg and .'ereral bruisss. He was brought in to the hospital here yesterday after- noon by Cyrus Tudor, a" fanner re- siding near New 'Dayton, and for wiiom Vobin had worked for several months. i RUSSIA'S SUCCESS IN AUSTRIA Home, Sept. from Rus- sia augment daily the magnitude of the Austrian defeat. The number of can- non captured, by the Russians is now placed at 1000. Old Friends are Batf-Hamlins over 60 years made of the finest and most costly ma- terials ever put into a linhnentJ Never injurious, always effective'. Sands its antiseptic healing oils right in where tho pain for throat, nathmn, cold on tho etc. AH fdflwiu dream book fret. Wrix HAHLINS WIZARD OIL CO.; TORONTO 8 Germans Slackening Up in Artillery Duel CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE The latest report, given out last night, Is full of deeds of the greatest heroism, sud at the sumo cates what the cost was of the recent success and previous revurses. DEEDS OF GREAT HEROISM' RECOUNTED .Lieutenant Naquet of the 25th.In- fantry ,of Reservists, is among ihoso, mentioned for bravery. Although wounded, he continued the cner'gbUe direction of his company, of which all the officers in his section had toecui killed or wounded. Adjutant Oote of the liOth Infantry, Hopeful Message of Bank Officer ed. He grabbed a gun from one of his soldiers, and whi'ie the section retired, continued firing until he was killed by fragment of shell. DIED TRYING TO ING "MARSEILLAISE" For the great proportion of French officers hilled or wounded two explau- itions are given: tho zeal of officers uul the orders given to pick them off. The last order issued yesterday men- tions General Maugiu. who achieved "ame in tho Moroccan campaign; Gen. Ratille, wlio was killed on September S ifter showing the utmost bravery and sang froid; Brigadier of Dragoons: roiteret, mortally injured by a shell, j Tying- as he fell: "Vive la France! Ij e for her; I am and died rying to sing the and Lieutenant Blanc, of the staff of the 'refusing to loan money on imincum- l-eretl farm land, Mr. Kiley stated .that every biuik was at the present refusing to loan money, not. on- ly to farmers, but. to everyone. "It isn't a matter of the said he. "If a man came "into a bank ami offered worth of Canadian or Bank of Montreal slocks as secur- aiHli-wnnletl for thirty; or sixty 'days, I don't think- he could get it. The hanks simply are not lotming money. Kvcry available dol lyr is being reserved for the move of'iiie crop, ami in the main tcnunce of clear tradu routes, so thai may go forward the same as Help Your Felfow-Citizens By Buying GOODS In -thai Avay your money, remains in- Canada, an'tl koop Gnnailian factories going. ever There is no gold coming into the country, and we have got to con- serve our funds for this purpose. The country is full of resources, and shot' t-f currency, so that what we have must to devoted, to the development transportation and marketing oi our resources." Mr. .Kiley was asked explan- ation of the report that certain banks along the line were refusing to accept Dominion government orders from fanners. He stated that this was merely a local question, and that in his opinion the banker who refused to cash a Dominion govern- mint order did so simply because he what it was. Tho rcm- was the stepping across street to another bank where were and if there the GENUINE DIAMOND RINGS And other High Grade Stock retailing at Wholesale Prices. Stock must be reduced to make room for other stock now on the way. See pur Four Large .Show Windows daily for prices for 15 days only R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading Eye Specialist in.'charge of 'Optical Department. lavas Agency, mentioned for brilliant ana onduct In battle on August 29. bank, tow mi TV TJIH waiting tor an understanding. VTTI F iY HastinSS is glad to see the cf- nAHLE VLSTbRD.n fort-on the part of the farmers in. London, bept IS.-That was south to'bri thcir ,and to its noticeable lull in tiw fighting he-. utmost producing capacity, and he; tween the allies and the Germans in; djcts a fair a France was the most important ftfa section of the statement issued last night by come into its own in 1915 ofiicial- buteaus oi either of toe con-jte ,floks for thc price oi rain t tending nations 1 his announcement noW fifm SCTCFral flt ,fc ?if present high stamlKrd. added that there was no change in g w w fc jn-spector of the general s.tuation except that the tw Northern Q[ Ca, Pa flC_ allies had continued their progress j J' on the left wing. TpASTED CORN FLAKES is ilic only eereal under the KELLOGG name that is In Canada." All others are imported- and do not benefit Canadian work people in the least. LET YOUR MONEY HELP CANADIANS KELLOGG'S TOASTED CORN FLAKES Made in London, Ontario, Canada The British, official press bureau likewise said the status of the bat- tle, in which it :is estimated 000 are engaged, was without partic- ular change." No statement was Berlin. received from j Sir. Riley and Mr. Hast- ings on a tour through the south. The party motored to Raymond, and visited the district east of Stirling on the LcMibridge-Wcyburn. -They ar- rived in the city late last evening, stopped at the Lethbridge overnight and left this morning for Calgary. Your First Pair of GLASSES Should IVot Be Selected Haphazardly: Have them" made hy one ex- perienced in ologj'." By starting right, you avoid lots of future trouble. An examination, such as we ?i'rijjsii. rrecludes the possibil- ity oC mistake because we take no- we know! Our knowledge of optics was not obtained in a week or a is the result of much time, much patience, and prac- tical experience. Come to US-knowing that, aside from procuring right glasses, you will not he overcharged. R. A. Wright THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER. Established 1898. Eye Specialist In charge of Optical Department. TO SCOTLAND, LOW RATES; GOOD SERVICE. One-class cabin, only -to Glasgow, and from Glasgow; third-class, closed cabins, Rates subject to change' without notice. SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL. S.S. "LETITlA" Oct. 3rd, Oct 31st AJ1 information cheerfully fur- nished by authorized .agents, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. 349 Main Calgary, Sept. answer Vto as to why States, buyers withdrew from the Calgary market is out. It-is "contained in a wire-sent :by Fryes of Seattle, credited1: with having shipped worth of hogs' from Calgary to the Pacific coast this year, to the Calgary Board of Trade, which is confirmed in 'an Interview -with T. J. -Frye's representative in Calg-ary. Practically the whole blame is plac- ed upon the shoulders of the Canadian Pacific Railway, who it la contended refuse to provide stockyard facilities and to supply the necessary double- decked cars for shipping hogs over the Seattle. Winnipeg, Sept. Manitoba adjourned tonight' after a four day session in which the new loan for ten million dollars to be ex- pended on public 'buildings was ap- proved, the moratorium bill on Jand payments passed, supply bill for covering the gift oC-the province to the -Motherland put through. A patriotic resolution pro- posed by Premier Roblin was second: ed by T. C.-Morris, leader of the op- position, and was adopted. It was one of the last acts of the Legislature. There were no formal ceremonies con- nected with prorogation. London, Sept. The Exchange Telegraph's Paris correspondent says: "A; comprohensivp account of the five days' battle on the Aisne, which he described as the fiercest in the western theatre since the beginning of the war, was given by a French officer, who arrived in Paris today 'On Uhe. morning, of the 14th, the omcer the Germans called a halt, but by afternoon the .battle had become -.general. During the next day the battle was of a- ding-dong nature, the Germans evidently awaiting re- inforcements. During, the how ever; they delivered a furious attack on the .extreme left, but the British and French troops gallantly met the onslaught, .repulsing the Germans no fewer than ten times with fearful losses; "The Germans still came on, how- ever, seeking to pierce the French line. There had been nothing like it emco the .beginning ;the campaign. The euemy' hurled 'dense masses of troops at us in a' supreme" endeavor to check our forward'- progress, but when dawn came we stil! held the po- 1 sition and, even h'ad. gained ground slightly.. The artillery. duel. >-as con: j tinned throughout the next day. The morning of tne 17th again saw deja perate: fighting. This time we threw j the "back some ten metres, capturing faOO men and of mitrailauses'. kilo- a lot' Rylands Co. Special "Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL BORCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS The Associated Board of Royal Academy of Music Roys! College of Music LONDON. ENGLAND. Local Examinations In Music PATRON: His Majesty the King. Music Examinations Opont to the Pupils of all Tench of MUJIC The Annual KxaiiiiimUoiis in 'Practical MUJ.IC anil Theory will be held tltroughtnii Cansdi in and'lime; 1915 An cxnniin atioDiii theory only wil! ne licM November nth ioltmaile ItyOctober, ist 1914, exhibition value about. ottered' annually also 2 Gold nnd i Silver S> Ultra-, Music forthrcxiiiiunatioiisaiul Ml particulars may be obtaint-i ou-opplfcm- U WUHG DAVIS. 777 Shoter Slrc-f Montreal dUildenf Secretary Parents atid Teachers wishing to enter their pupils for these examinations should communicate with the Secretary at once and Imvc thrir uauics placed oil mailing-liit. Peace Talk is all Off for Present SaysMr. Wilson London, Sept. -IS, 30.35 Paris correspondent of -the.- Exchange Telegraph company says "All accounts -received in Paris agree that the famous Prussian guards corps, the elite of-thc empire, and the especial pride of the-German emperor, j has been practically blotted out from the 'battles which have 'been waged along the Meuse, Maine and Aisne IN HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE "Twelve SlorlMof In the centre of thenlna arid stores on both BmMIni: abolutely tsteei and marble. EDROPEAN HAM-H Washington, Britain' has received no proposal for peace from Germany or Austria, ac- cording to a message received late last night by Sir Cecil Spring Rice, British ambassador at Washington; from Sir Edward Grey. j Coincident with the receipt: of this 1 information it uas stated at the I White House that President' Wilson had virtually admitted, the impossi- bility of carrying further the inform- al peace movement recently begun, and had decided to await a definite expression regarding peace terms from some one of the belligerents, as he felt that it would be inconsistent with American neutrality to 'press any 6f the belligerents to 'make over- tures to the others. TREY O! HEARTS STARLAND WILL GET IT Trainmaster Ansley's genial smile is a little more pronounced of Jate. The arrival of a.son and heir ago may have some tiling to do with It. Spectator; Robert Rmce died at his.homestead near Beaverlon. PORT HOPE, ONTARIO Rrwidcntlnl Church School for Soya IMS n CjWnMlom Mag. life ui ntflntlo-J OTBO- lo A Christian college-home, healthful situation. R.I. ECONOMICAL ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES Your estate, to be of tile greatest value to your heirs, must be administered with care and foresight. This Is the service we afford you Our staff of officers and our Board of Directors combine all the advantages of long experience and sound Judgment Your estate will receive the attention of 'business men if administered by us. Write for our booklet on "Wills" 'I __________ The TRUSTS Public Administrator and Official Aislgnte for the Judicial District, of tETHBRIDOE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 320 Eighth Avenue Weft, Cilgary. Lehbridge Office Bank of Commerce Bldg., J. W. McNIcol Inspector ;