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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta imiH/VY, JANUARY 18; 1918 THE ..LET^ni^R DAILY ^HERALD HLERSTO OF m m A IHfS StlPPLY Ottawa, Jan! 17.-Canoda ia to hnvo standard flour and atandtird bread, The dato on yrh\rM tho new order will go;Into offoct has not yet been fixed, but Hon. W,.J.,Hanntt, food controller, rteflnltoly announced tonight that' or to these persons will be pro Mr. H�nnR utatea thkt �t BhoWd bi> distinctly understood that "millers, wholesaler and retailer, who do not ao cede to these roquestB will be promptlf dealt with and the shipment of-flour date >\)puld.80Qn he named, after which. Canadian mllld will not be permitted to-use more than 265 pounds of spring wheat or more than 275 pounds of winter wheal to produce 196 poundo ot; flour. This will give - - standard KTRdoa of spring wheat and winter wheat flour for all Canada, and no mill will be allowedxto manufacture flour of a lower extraction than the standard. The food controller Is also making aj^rangoments for a standard loaf of bread from the standard flour. , .Millora are asked not to sell more than tho usual (luantitles of flour to bakers anil wholesafc dealers and to ttdylae their customers not to stock' h6'avlly with I'egular grades of flour. Wholesale dealers are asked not to nllbw retail dealers to stock heavily With regular grades of flour and ratal! dealers are asked not to sell more than one week's supply ottlourto families, except in,cases whore It Is Im-j possible for the customer to s'ecurp , auppljos weekly. Millers are also re-auested.lJiot to rerjulre lak� certain quantities of flour when purchasing other products of the mill : * ? ? .: > ;. .;.. . fi.-pi/f. continub-DISCUSaiON^- " ---, Berlin, j.ih. IS, After an �&ign minister, tho Russians ^ agre'od to a continuance ot.the diHcuaslons. > r PAGE FrVB hiblted." The letter adds thiA a date will be set, atter which bakers will he.required/to sell their broad, based on the price of the standard flour. Tharetore, j,~irn-R vr}\o purchase large stocks of patent flour may find themselves In uu unfortunate position when the order Is Issued for the production of bread from standard Hour. The standard flour will be of high quality and will be quite as palatable as the .patents, and even more conducive to health. Samples of the standard spring and winter wheat flours will be furnished and all mills >\111 be required to produce a quality of flour which'will not be .superior In color to the standard samples. Bvery mill must furnish to the 'food^ controller's office, every two weeks, a statement showing the (HMmtity of wheat ground and the we'ght of flour produced theref||;om. Failure on tlie part of any of '.htf'mlUs to comply with tho f00^- controller's regulations may result In cpncellatlou of license REPORTS ABSURD. atlas TRANSFER BAQOACiE'EXPRESS COAL C.O.O. . PHONE 1717 . B. Wigg,Prop. Office: Frank Miles' Shoe^Store Fourth Ave.. 8. , . I ^ 31-6 TO APPlY SERVICE ACTEflM! Victoria, B,. C.,-Jan. 18.-That the union governm'ent undei> the leaderehip of Sir Robert Borden intends to carry out an equitable administration of the Military Service Act In all provinces of the Com'nion and that the public will recelvtc definite information relative to the response under the act in each province, Is the essence of a telegram received by Dr. Tolmie, M.P., from Sir Robert Borden this morning, DRIiFT RECIEDIN OR�ON FARMS San Francisco, CaTtf., Jan. 18.- Ag ricultural experts of the tlnlversity of California characterized as "absurd" today tf' reported ^ enemy plot to destroy the wheat crop ol! the United States by the dissemination in this country of a destructive pbllen said to have been shipped from Germany. 4' � FIX PRICE OF BRAli AND SHORTS FOR B.C� > BOULTON'S AUTQ LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS ^We know our iway around the country as yell as you know tho way from your office to- your ���home. Try, us. .  '�. ... PHONE 1206 COAL FOR SALE BV Carload Only , 00W8LEY LAND AGENCY ;  PHONE 1809 r'Cof. Ave and 10th Strieet . Victoria, B.C., .Ian. 18.-An-' noxinceraent was made at the Fruit Growers' Convention today by the deputy minister oE. t^ Sd� af A� MWlcta. tea. W�UL Phonta 1345 or im Turner & Witchell 3ffte� at Kaiinsdy'a 410 11th U BOB'S AUTO UVERY Closed and heated cara for city and CO ntry tripa. Heaplt'areiills r. specialty. STAr.O, ALCXANDA HOTEL DAY AND NiaNT SBRVICE I Dr.A.T.Spankie -\ v M.d., C. M. eye, ear', nose and / tHROAT SPECIALIST. Qfflca rooms. 12M22 New P. Burns Building, Corner Stb ^va. c^itd 2nd St. Bast, Calgary. ; Office'Phone M28� Residence Phone M207T >-luterne &i;d Uo.tae Surgeoa-^Manhattan Bye, Ear, Nose and .Throat Hospital, New York City, mi-iow; ... Specialist to Calgary School.' Board 274-11 PULLEY'S AUTO UVERY Fhonel540 AUCTIONEERS ..... Wo wlsht to � announce that Peter LeValley aiiif L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their Interests , as RuctlbneQrs and will conducts (tales anywhere In the province, The best of workman-' \ ''ship and satiBtaotlon guaranteed or no pay. : ; / I Fqr sale.dates, phono 1053 or 20C) Rural.. ,i Yours for business, '' ;i^aValley 'aKTD' nicholson MITCHELL LIVERY - DAV OR NIQHT Wesley T^FIyim Phena 17S0 Edmonton, ' Jan. IS.-While Indus-tr'es'*'  Waa Known In Spring Coulee L ' Our community was. much shocked: lastSweek to hear of the painful accident and demise of dear little ,Olive Nelson. She had Attended sphool, here and by her'gentle and refined personality had won the heart's ot th|s community. The sympathy of the cbuhtVy go out to her bereaved relatives, and our Ladies' Aid (ot which iMi;8.-Nelson was an'esteemed member while residing here) wish to turj^herfextend their'sympathy and love t6 Mrs), Nei-BopiUhrough this nicdlum. > -i^^^^^^^ ' Mr. IngUs vWlted Jh* thlk partVbt his ihisaiou field Tuesday, Dining at^mtd-day with the Jollltte'a, he' spent the attornoon calling on the J^h'naonta, Culp's and others. \ The church attendance is .incraas-log ii) interest and -numbers, aqi}' the order. In .Detroit about 200,000 workmen were involved in the five days' suspension of industrial business. One quarter of this total, it was estimated, re emnloyees of automobile factories. No flagrant violations of the government's order have been reported. Oi�at Confusion Boston, Mass., Jan. IS.r^industrial activity, throughout New England was suspended generally today amid great confusion in tho minds of factory owners and employees as to the application oI-Fuel Administrator. Garfield's closing order to indvldual cases. That.,tbe shut down was not complete was due to the ruling lost night that a nhmbcr of manufacturing plants working upon material needed tor government use were exempt from the provisions of the order and that It did not atfecti machinery operated, by water, ot hy**�lactric power.. Much'Confusion ' \ Washington, Jan. 18.-The- first day's enforcement of the order clos ing down inddBtry east of the Mis sisslppi by denying It fuel, was attend-'ed today by.the.greatest confusion at the' fuel administration;' Demands for rulings and - interpretations poured down in o flood. Although a large part of the admlh'stration's staff was put 'on the work, it was physically Impossible to keep track of or reply to queries. . ' ' Consequently^the country early this morning wa,3" much In the dark as to some provisions of the order. Criticism of the order broke out again in congress. Reiioi-ta to the fuel adinin-��(Stration told wrong interpretations of the mandate bj^ Industry, and conflict-ing rulings by'Idjcal fuel 'While soifne"Industries in one starte' were clo^|6'drdown completely. In some Instance^he same class of business in oilier states went on as usual. An additionitl llst'of exempted Industries was prepared by the fuel ad-m'.nlstra'tion but wasnot given out for publicat on on.theground that it would create, disaatijifa'ction arid raise re-nev?ed demand's for, exceptions, making the tirder harder.'!to enforce. Neither would offici-ils give out rulings made to fit specific cases, .^nterpretat'ons it was said, ware being.made for individual cases Qitly and; that ty one of the ooirimlttees were bonsldered when the farm labor and greater production conference resumed Us sitting in the Chateau Lauriev today. ^The conference decided to recdimmen will asslst'tlie': ijpvbrnmBnt In .  ' the capacity of expert advlseri  '"pnrallway,'*oper8tlbii during the  extsting' critical railway slfua-- 4 4> ti^n in the Ooininlon; He has been -loahf^d to the Rovertimont 4> 'tor that purpoae. The 'report  4> to the etfact'tliat.Mr.- Warren '  had'beeii'appoiiited> direaor 'ot   V in Canadian' lyUwayaiWltti 'We ;  �,iCl'.:e!iceptl6*''^,tlie;C;>'P.'�,vls-;4ei''^  nied." � ' ^ S, S.>,belpg revived; :\lso a Voung   ' 'V*" '�* -'" '/''''''- - .', ,  People's Stfpiety is In antiolpatibnr^^ '. t  ^^ solution is offered he will do what he | NIahts on BroadWay can, no mayor could be more reason- Ut able than to nsk the people that ho has been elected by to offer any solution governing the welfare of the city, but I beleve we should have an increase in the police force. Thanking you, Mr. Editor, tor this valuable space, and wishing you all a bright, happy and piosperous new year, I remain, � ITours sincerely, W, H. HARDING, ^ 1417 3rd Ave, N. AT THE ORPHKIJM Nearly every animal descended from the creatures Noah took Into the ark has been used in. motion pictures at one time and another, ^ut it remained for Director Irvln Wlllat of the Triangle Culver City studio to enlist the services of a live snail. W'Oat claims the distinction of being the first to endow a' snail with histrionic talents. How well the director i^uccoeded may be seen in the Triangle production "In Slumberland,'^ which presents Thelma Salter as the star of v one ot the most unusual screen, plays ever filmed. This is-at-the Orpheum today;- .' * With tha Original New York Cast upportlng REA MARTIN ��'PRICES:,';"' � � ' Nighta .... $1.SOr�l.OO, 78e, Me Sat. Mat. ...;.; 1 .f1 AO, 76c, 60c All Raiarvad NEW COMIMENCINQ NEXT M0N.JAN.21  _- - - -  ' - 'V.' � .' J, C. PARINT OFFERS THE MAUDE HENDERSON REPERTOIRE COMPANY OPENING PlAt MONDAY NIGHT The Powerful Four Aet Comedy-Drama ^ "The Lure o{ Weahr By dEO. BROACH URST , Vaudeville Specialtici Between^Acts " 't4. PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICKS 75c, 50cr25c i .TilELMA SALTER m ^ - . "StilMBFRIAND'* A triangle\ Also Qood Comedy L V Universal Weekly, Tor the children tomorrow TONIGHT AAO TOMORROW PATHE ^PRESENTS'- w Mrs. VernoQ Caip,, & Wa of the S^^^^ 7 72541518 40 6717 ;