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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1917 NUMBER 221 This Is Opinion of Stock Who Is Visiting City WOULD BE ERROR TO FIXTHE PRICES FALL OF TRIESTE IS NEAR Aug fall ot rrlesto before tha Italian Is Is the encouraging news ed by the Italian embassy in Its dally coinmSmlcatioi from t recounting resells51 of the successful off ens ro the jiiiVtlio minute you begin to legis late downwards decrease the cost of produc lion will fall That waiTthe ouihion expressed to Hie today by of Bad ent who Is in the Pares said lie did not know to make Ihe statement of Food Conj trailer yesterday that a bis decrease n the of beef might lib j expected Ho Inti mated that It would be a bad thing for Western whc re peoplo have been breeding stock at high prices In order to increase amount of beef they arc pro Fares that ho had not possible for of the pral Tles to sdch a continual supply ot cattle going into Ihe various stockyards of the More farmers are raising In wesleni Canada today prices for ft few commo thinks shall say what Die farm er should ho paid tor his Sup pose they cot llie priceat How much IE worlli Hpuffluch will it buy Whatls its relative value as compared other commodities7 rkInt wheretrouble arises Tha farmer Is paying a dayfor la bor as against 2a few years Ev ery thingel In And tap pnco of livestock has a very clobe relation to piice of grain Certain ly it n great deal of tact and understanding to legislate the prices of fthat jhe farmer has to se GO that he will feel satisnctl to ket iis pro auction up to the lop Speaking of Iho bacon Fares is xf the opinion that the price Viill remain high II men I is busing enormous quantities for its and with Ihe liigh pnces of grain the price of cannot help hut bo higiK Sir Fares declares that beet evenat its present price is tne the mar ket tudav Italian army Is Tho message lo the embassy slates lhat news dlsptilchea from Zurich to the Dalian news the Corriere bring confirmation from Aus trlan sources that on account of the dangers threatening Trieste the civilian population has beou ordered the Austrian military auipbritlesi to evacu ate the The iaessage as sorted that iroaiiwlly of the had already let I tri and that value Is being ruovyu the cilyinto the 0 4 Jet Severe Repulses at Verdun on the Italian Front BIG DRIVE ON THE GORIZIA CONTINUES SCIUJMANNHEINKS SONS UNDER TWO FLAGS LIBERAL CAUCUS Suttcm and Supreme Sari fice at theFront Auff Electrical nf the City Also Has a Surplus of V1100 today confirms lledealfi of twt Mac leod bpyp who the extreme in Sutlon anil Ffv ft was dur ing the last big battle that has been raging for both reported in fact has been reported several times Early in Uie war he re ceiveda woundthul almost put hi in out of the fighting bnt the fight Ing that he insisted ion returning lo the front and finally passed but this the death of a Canadian and a British solv dler Mr Simon was principal of Mac leod public school when he w as a great and loved his school and who always wlih m their was m Vacleod forsome dine and had many friends v J M Schougall tte drat con fJngent from Macleod frst call he spent some time In and with others transferred to the under tho able late Capt Davla He remained with the hose until his promotion to lien when he was attached o nn in was serv ing at the lime of bis He WKS reported missingearly during thislasl and now comes 01 his death His brother is in the his mother resides m He was about 30 of age aitho his Steam and gas engineers are In freat demand as everyone who has a machine is preparing to tart next w eeli August attacks on the Verdun front last were repulsed the yar office The French penetrated Gennan positions in the taking prisoners and machine Artillery artillery was active during the night in the Nieuport says todays ivar of fice weather was stormy and I Austrlans August coun terattacks in made yester day against the new Kalian ppsillon on tho front above the war office Everywhere Aus rians were back arid at some points the Italians made furlhcr Regiment Dispersed August largo the Iwo Russian regi ments in Fokshani region on tho Ru manian front left their trenches and retired says todays war office Dispersal of one of the SchumannHe ink has two sons In service on sides In the August SchumannHeink the eldest noied is serving Iho He is in tiie German Henry SchumannHeink the younger son is in Ihe naval forces of the United John Again In Hospital at the Front Wounded for time since sionmg srreit n 3 went to the Arth Tne trouble s John LethbridgG isagaia In the hospital in IhlsUriie with gunshot wound theright Word tothis effect was rfr ceived by his mother hero this morn Adams on August 15th When here he waq enO ployed office the Lethbrldge Train Held Twoor Three Hours While Canadian Immigration Officer Checks Passengers As a result of heavy pass enger Canada and the United States throfeh the Coutts port of to the large number harvesterspawing back a situation which Is en gaging the board of The by tho eiam ihallon of Canada hns the Gputts local tram reaching Lethbridgefrom two hours late efery evening for aevera dajs aifd passenger lose connections seems to be in the lad to Iron handle the crowds Only two officials are rlocated The Americanira rmlgratlon department hasf our officl or two of them live here thei train each a Leihbridge in order io lo make their of passengers crossing the line before Coutts Is Pte O ot Grassy U reached In this way there is no delay in the casualties as having been According to the city treasurers report Just issued the city water works uliilty his a surplus to date this ear During tho sec ond quarter a surplus of made wlilch more than offset a deficit ot the first The second quarters earnings are considerably larger owing to rentals The electric not includ ing the ishows a sur plus up eto the end of Tuno of 91 but duringJuly there a deficit of a surplus Iho year todate The July deficit Jrt tho lighting sstem was of coursOito be expected owing to factlhat less current Jor llghliag purposeE iit lhat than In ally oilier during tho city coal ihino shows a deficit forlhc year up to July of anfl oats inthis neighborhood aro all cut ami Ihresblng lioi started The handsomerow eolldatcd school Is being rushed to i dinptaUon and Vlil be ready for oc cupation on Xtober let The schoo villibc ono ot the beat consolidated Bchools In the Tho now costlrii also bo completed In a fei vrccks farDiera elovatcir Is neurlng It S capacity o bRahels and will bn ready lo handle ttihi years 4ENATOB LARIVtERE Angi o S SHOULD EXEMPT DOUKHOBORS August Verc of a Eettlement near B today stated that n his opinion the DoiAhobors In Can ada should not have exempt from military BANK CLEARING FI6UBES V Week ending Aug 30 Same period last Increase 19 per cent Must Select Early Date at Which They Will Leave England For Home i Au of Cana dian officers anrl men are being luVited by Iho authorlies to selectman early dato for sailing to Oa correspondent in London cab lea The tho correspond enl is timation that unless they do so they may be compelled to remainbehind while Ihelr husEands return by ships at the end of the al the But on the1 return trip the train is heir at tffe lineuntil the who passenger list This often requireumore than two Elthe of Iramigrallon ofucials will have to or jflcias now engaged there wilt have tc live al some place south of the line Shelb and do their wort on the train JIarnoch of will tske the matter up at once with the immigration authorities a Ottawa in endeavor to overcom The servicebetween Great Palls is none loo pleasing unvier ordinary circumstarice the delavaat preaentnlake UMm possible Enterprising Etzikoms First Fair Very Successful Wednesday August troops occuplei he parliament buildings at an lour today lo prevent the reassem ling of thediet in defiance ot the de islon of the government The city is calm The Helnngton couDCll of worlimens and soldiers has ordered the worships lo return o their ambition of Etzikom to place on the nap other vus than merely in the black letters o the railway TheV Ihese Klilkom and their first annual fair has accomplMed the pur pose ot patting the town mip In big red letters Hewly cotgratnh tlons are duo Ihe Oieilftle new burg the Uiatattend ed their efforts In Ihi first annual ex hlbltlon yesterday idd on Tuesday Veserilay was the big day and the grouncta were crowded throughout tho might have been expicleil firoughl a hun dred people Into lowni ot whom were from the cltyV and br6ight also the Lethbrldse Which provided fhe music for the day In a very accept able In from the countryside in ilarge num and the WefhfaUfMosed their storoe during the afloftioon Sporis were ran cKr during tie plete list of Ihe first prize winners fll be published In Tha list was not completed last but will be available In a day or In the evening much excitement pre vailed at the ball gamt between Orion and which was a really fast exhibition and was won by Orion by a score of 6 to Tho name went and was pfodnclhe 6f day The though not well patropiied and the Was done yesterday ttekm j eihl bfts which were shown in the bii elevator warehouse kindly the exblbl lion IxMrt hit A cent mighty baseiull of Vlewlna the viPn or the exhibits gae 6ne the Idea ot how successful tfie Etil kom really have ocen In Iheli first fair To use wards of tlio the oxhlbilg were surptislnglj gobd though not and were a credit and an encouragement tothe agHculturaisocieiy The early of In ttrefercd here as viell as every oth er fair In country The farmers will not leave the eveii to exhibit at fairs In view of this par thg jresterdny were eshTblU of live slock though The horaes were aso the biggest attraction was ihe eihtwts In tho main hall of agricultural BULLETINS LEMIEUX Montreal olphe Lemieux was chosen unafii mously last night at the Liberal held Malsonneuve convention for Maisonneuve coiin candidate at the next federal elec CROSSING TRAGEDY t menwere killed and two others were serJouily injured at Pennsyl vania crossing rear here The dead men were tomato pick ers riding io work In a wagon which wai run a POLISH COUNCIL QUITS Ber lin Lokal Anif jger reports that the entire Polish council of state has The underlying cause of the councils decision to abandon its attempts to organize a klngdogi Under the proposed Gtenrian is changeJn the Polish attltuda re from the Russian revolu according to the SCHOONERSUNK Ameri can whooner Anderson from a sub marine on All mem beri of the criw were picked up and landed at English ports Liber als held a caucus Ibis mrrning which lasted for Iwc Al tho coticluslon of the Sir Wilfrid slated that f they had canvassed the sltua tion wlla repaid to the uoinln Q ntlon ot members for ihe board uf selcclion in the military service A sub commiltee had been appointed lo fulhcr him on ft the had been pretty well lefl in hia He did not cipect lhat la would have any announcement If for the houso until uest The caucus also considered tho Canadian Northern Icgtrla llou and various olher ques lions before the chief Liberal stated lhat it was a very unanimous Big Rally In Montreal Broken Up By Police Who Threatened COLLECTION TAKEN Canned Goods Can Be Sold on In LuTftberVAnd Construction Camps A perusal ot recent passed at the request of the food controller prohib iting consumption of canned vege tables until October 1 west ol Sault shows thatit ap plies to several other vegetables used A Jess tbose first mentioned by Hon The order sets out Hi at it is desired that more green groceries consumed Instead of being allowed I go to and continues On and after the 24th day fcf arid until lurlner except lierdlcafler sale and piir cfcase of rhubarb preserved In gT jars or any Germans Preparing to Defend Antwerp and Other Towns i on Border x Canned hibtted 2 The above regnlatiotia shall no a When sucTK vegetables sold by the manufacturer to the whole tlie jobber or Vfholesalor or jobber or L When such gctableB are to bo consumed m lumber miafnj camp3j cqnatructioa camps atid din prodded that will be con sumed inside of thelumber construction campa and diniug and not c When such yege tables form part of a bottle or other and are sole as or pickles It is that t food controller may laa licenses permitting the sale and con uraptlon of canned vegetables In of an nticonscription paado which was roken up by the police last night in Dcmonllgny afler tho meeting iad been squad of 50 onstables at tlio Junction of Mont aim aad Catharine in the busi ness portion of Monlreal3 west reprisals for the constables the police and marchers meet in It will not be so easy for yen omorrow will have guns clubs with which to meet one of the shouted statements as the constables were chasing the In thecourse of a big meeting at Laurler avenue and Gamier n he east where more than 000 were a collection was tak tha young men who passed tlie bat announcing It Is for a o purchase arms and ammunition with which to resist When money waa counted it was found had been A Bitter Arraignment Lib eral says For motives from whlcb ve have torn the the ihat we have hidden under the cloak of superficial patriotism government has y refused to consult the has insisted heTrump parliament sitting atCHtj L aGopt the bill has filled thTe with to maie sure that the bill Is not thrown outBytie upper housn We are conscious done ourdutyand ot baring shown the ity what The governmnt has gone beyond lUelfIt has accepted the responsibility evil wqrk and the ivssible coniu es before the Canadian people dispatch to tho Times says The Tele graaf iearns from the Irontler that the Germahs areespecially reinforcing tho northern frontier near the bay pi Scheldt andMna village ot Sant rllet targe guns bane n strong concrete floors At Kampa farm in particularthere arc 13 guns all The whole of Santvliet During the last fewdays several drors ot cavalry for triple reserves hare arrived at sugar factor at Barcndrecht number of reserve troops the fortified positions Antwerpincreases daily arid Is now es timafed at REFUSE PACIFIST ENTRY TO of this city aro very miich surprised and disappointed at the refusal of the Erltljh government lo grant pass icri8 Stanley of lo at lend tlie general Unitarian confereoco pf United Stales and which fs to open Sep tembef and wuil Mellcr was to lisve Siren inaugural Septem ber Meller is Well1 known as a pacifist Mr H dent ff Ihr tlnttwl Is president of the and is on the program for hddrene Sir Robert Tiorden will be one of tho speakers it the conference MARKETS Wheat October Wheat Loul OjU OctMur tpot Birlty Oetetxr rlax 240 WEATHER Fetecnti Showery 82 TO DEATH Anjsterojmi Ang burgo pastor of Hamont province of LIm Belgn has been sentenced to death by the German authorities on a charge of helping Belgians to escape Into Holland The prior of Hie Ha moat monastery aad Trot Ballings of Hamftnt have been sentenced to lifo Imprisonment jm charge ac espionage She IB accused of having such 6REY IAS1 he ileemt necessan OT PII UD KILLED Peculiar AccidentNear Taber Results in Death of Ypang Boy bpectnl to the Herald 30 bne Thos ogcd S Is ahj his olfler brother and a younger aister had a narrow f soap from in a peculiar accident nearhere The who are children ot Alex engineer at the Canada West Co plaijt ou the two miles from were playing In the Canada West sandpit when the sand caved In upon them burying Thomas Hintniil the aad TRIBUTE TO EARL Aug 20 a tribute to Hie late Karl Groy in hh speech at tHe opening the new wing at weston SanlUriuttf his eicel Icncy biike of Devonshire said ho had learned the tho es poisiile regret By his death Canarfi lias lost a icry good rlend Ko had a narm spot in his heart for this peat Dominion The W6rld has a great man and Can ada has lost a good and true friend E4KIMO MURDERERS TO HERSCHEL ISLAND SaiV Aug 29 tenc8 of death has been com mated to Imprltonment In the rase 6f the Fsfcimo t Slnnlilalt and Ulnl snS They will be Jatled at the Herschel Island poitot the M P will be laten 4 north by Inspector crushing in his ancrtriiryfog1 Iho other children to a lesser They were dug out by helpWhldh was Close at and Dr Haraman was called to attend them The badly hi jurcd lad was beyond but the other two were not The nncral of theJIlllc lad yesterday to the Taber If an of optimism in talk about Canada Is entirely good for Cnada tben Canadti ought on this account alonp gntetal to Stil Oar It Impossible to be too eanxuinft about the Dominions future develop he stepping oditne at Liverpool at the conclmlon ot tils term of office M nf Casa4a one day will je the dominant factor in Uie Next London the Uaf ferred on him the Earl drey dellTered s a gtrlking speech on Canada four days ward 4 His references at same time to Quobef sre especially intcrwUng at the present time The naVat prognm ot the Dominion may la pussloly ofv jected to by some ia Juetec ana per haps other proTfnces are opposed to participation ID the naral defense rf the erapfre For ibo moment that is but honestly believe that ft is for the moiuent Is my cohrtc ton that Uie reluctance at the French descended cidzeni of Quebec Is aot o any lack ot appreciation of reiinlremcnts of the aggerate its oznnipbtonce and taeo to them the empirerequires nnce seetaatp them Once let them grasp Iho frue ot the alion and I am conflfleat they iwill prove as ready to do their duty to the fisg as In the of or oo the From interest there are morethan the nt ol Quebec irho sttuii to from the naal supremacy of the j A Friend Aag The late Earl Jrey Lad a personalitj of hb own wH Sir John his afternoon on being informed the death of Canadas fAnner gun August government fixed priceot from 75 a bushel for wheat it Chicago lermlnal was predicted today by MlnneioU bn hs7return from where ne acif oihei1 members of a Minnesota fiorth bm kou South Dakota wen heard by Chairman M A GarfWi of the federal price fixing Tlie Mlnnesola delegates itwt the frice be fixed on the Minneapolis the blXgcit in try am wherr wbMt about cents btkrw Ckkaco to nor general i i From tho first he took a terest in ail Canadian He visit ed every portion of On Dominion hose who permitted to be called bis friends developed a ilrong Wee tion for hfm as a man He optP rustic and enlhnsiasllo about etery thing relating to the Dominion hM lost of hef moti Wands and the ewptre a great ftoi LAR6EST PROFITS Oh RBCORD Am Vi Daiytte ft set back In net earnings la dltn Padncnihrar ncatpto MI S of jav OTW tie Qtcti tor tlie mfnt ;