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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Sft THK LJ.-71 frHIUIXSK I1KIMLU TUESDAY, OCTOBEn 9, 1917 SeljHSocs Jdsor sail CANADIAN SALT CO, LIMITED Zi7 Grain Men Now Waiting Hear From Foster on Mat- ter of Price to Trial tho embargo on grain shlp- tanls to Fort AVilllau has been lifted following the settlement ot the of eloiator employes, ivas the infor- Sutlon given ou( at ihe C. P. H. gencr- Jd offices this mom ing. Grila dealers fc Ifte cltj- were nil rvaltlog word this morning from their .TTIrinlpcs connection lo learn what teply bad teen received from Sir George Foster regarding the fUed jttica ot and tbe guarantee that the dealers would be jurc'ecleiJ. Quo Layer sUted to tbe 'Herald that he would tuv CD cash CTB.ID today unless Winnipeg quoted cash price at the close today. Traffic Moving TVlnnlpeff, on the iCanadiaa PacHJc is moving very sail? fHCtorlly [ollQTvine the lltilng ot the 'train embargo." Grant Hall, vice pres- ident and general manager remarked today. Fernie Miners Make Specific De- mand on Operators at Coal Creek Feralc, Oct. wage officer Harrison, who has Lccn here for a Jay cr two, meeting the live ot the miners, F, Wheailey, of BaafeheiJ and Secretary Mc.VelU. of Ihe Operaiors' AssOt-rsLlou. who are en Investigation into tie cost of Itrlos. with tte same the coiniulsaloii ma.de Its lavesll (ration last lalL A slight rise In (ha H. C. L, was found to exist here aud. It probable Uisil the miners of tho district will receive a sllsht .advance in ivagM In consequence of the In- vcsu'KaUoa now Thero Is some dlisatlsfactlon among the miners of tots local regarding sonic slitrcn nonunion men vrbo are vorXLns at Coal Crceli, and. a no has been posted by Gladstone Local, notifying lha company and ihcse uon-unlon men that unless they Join1-the Hinlon by the fourteenth Instant, the untou DTBQ will refuse to work with them. this peremptory action ivill be carried out remains to be-seen, and what if nov, tbe com pa or ill lake ID the mater has not been ated. SEKD "frit FREE SAMPLE If rou suffer from lUcltachr, Rheuma- tism, Biirk Uusl Deposits, Vnnaiy and Troubles, or Swollen Joints, write lor sample o! Gin Pills lo Tbe J Dnsjr and Cktwol Co. rompt action'on the part pt-the Im-' migrations AY. .W: U. s Ire nglti cried by recent deTcloiiments al Vorttdn, .loQvhaTe- boeri'.'given All Uie men. carried I. W; lit- erature'arid badges and'were Iqund fo hate' entered Canada ac- cording to a communication, filed.-i ol Im'migretion.. They wlH be deported .from Ine country alter stirring one monlh JalL V Pekln, Oct. flacds ia North China are not abating and the siiua tlon Is most serious. Red Cross and the American Asiatic Association have pssEcd resolutions that all their funds and future ener- gies .shali be devoted to.flood relief purpbEes. It Is expected that the Am- erican Infantry stationed in Tien Tsln 111 be ..removed lo Pekln on account Ihe-unsanitary conditions in. TJen siu. The eovernqiears relief instHntlons c.belngv oTerlazeil. The relusees .dU'trtciif -arft' aily increasing. -There Is DO hope ol he water subsWliig. before winter ets in, vbicti thai baK.a mil- in destitute rBrsbfis must be fed, othed and 'housed by thG 130 APPLICANTS. Calgair, Ocl. are' 130 Bp pit can Is n wailing examination imde: the military sorvlce act when me- dioal board sits in Calgary again to morrow after louring, the province where men were eiamlned at varlou lots designated by order-in-eouucH NATIONALIZATION APPLICANT. Moose Jaw.-Saak., Oct. [JratL naturalization, application under tbe new" act was heard today by Judge Ousley.- Applicant was A. W. Jones, manager of ihe Rogers Lumber Com- panjr-'herc. Ha .was borTi In Wiscon- sin and baa. been a prominent citizen here" for! nine- years. The 'judge In granilng.: application congratulated Jones, on' becoming a subject of King George and a naturalized cit- tbe Dominion. Sealed tenders, raarkbtl tenders to property will be received by the ,u deralgned until and not later than i e> Wednesday, October 10th, for the purchase ot Ihe properlles either for the boddlnga only, or (or tbe buildings and JoLs up- on which the Ame are situated. Building and lota known as Street" School, slutaled on PROSECUTE' BAKERS Calgary, Oct. Ine author Ity of the city council whtch reCL permlssloq for the change to lie made Calgary bakers- today reducefl lh> we'ght of ihe loaf- Irom 24 to 20 ounc ea and sold It at the same price aa the heavjer. The" weight ot breat fiied by bylaw. The chief oC pollc is gatnericE evidence anil uuleaa h receives 'contrary-' instructions from c authorities will summon Iho at once -for ylolatJus the by Uw? IS VERY ILL Seville, -TVssli., Oct. Jabez Nel Eon, head 6[ Ilia Associated Press of ;tne corner of 4th Street and Ave. comprising lou Xc. 29 and 30, block K 4353 3." -'2. Building known aa "Bailey Street School1' situated on the corner or Ifiih Sireet and Blh Ate. A. N. com- Iprtalng Lots No. 2, Block 11, "Lsth- 902 W highest or any lender irlll not ..mscesBarlly be accepted. cheque for 6% of the vffcMouGt must accompany each Under '.coder the usual conrlilloaa. further Information may he ob- 3 Calned oh ftppllcattoa to the undersign- ,-j JOHN 31. r NOTICE IM THE MATTER OF THE COURT CONFIRMATIOM OF TltE TAX .ENFORCEMENt RETURN OF 'THE VILLAGE OF BARONS take NoUee that Ills H6nor Judge Jicksoa, Judgft of Iho rrtstrlet Couit ot Ihe.Ulslrlct o( Lethbrldite, will at of the Court it Ixslh on Tussday, the'lJih ond 1 (Irmly beUere It flacec loo I Itntllrrt." beta wen iixn loin Mr. Mm F.Tua Wort Soffeue Ccut O'lltuo, the il xrn by uy f> dxmiui. o my. hud irm. My fcuia4 WH. ftaitta bone No Doctori uld vc to he Imken off. refused, and bVfU touM Zftfli- lued It recutrjyioa ALL TROUBLE SETTLED Now York. Oct. J. O'Connor, president of' tho Longshoremen's As- sociation, who cam a to this cily last night lo settle a strike of longshore- men of the plors of tho Clyde and Mollory S learn ship Lines, announced that "all different affecting long- shoremen along Iho entire Atlantic coast, partlculary at Newport News. have- amicably Mr. O'- Connor said Iho walkout In this city was the result of a misunderstanding and that he iroukl adjust It tomorrow. G. T. PARTY IN CALGARY Calgary. Ocl. 9. A. "W. SmUhera, chairman ot the board .of directors of the Grand Trunk Hallway, Howard G. KeIloyT president, P. Ilinlon, vice- president and general manager ot the Grand Trunk Pacific and parly arriv- ed In Calgary last nlslil trom the coast over the C.P.ll. and left llils morning for Ihe north over their own line by special train. Mr. Smllhcrs said the officials had been greatly Im% pressed wltli what they Imdvseen .on thctr present tour of the vest. Montreal, 'strict tow ntrol In itlsh United Club this STEAMER GROUNDED Port Hurou, MIcli., Oct. received here today from Soutli Bay, Manltoulic [shad, said that the steam- er Graham, ivTiich went' ashore Ui Will probably be a ioial loss. No cas- "v.-yrfc reported. Tho steamer, wned by the Montreal Transit com loaded with grain and ft'Is nderstopd I bat1 she broke in two flt- d 16 BOMBS London, 'Del- 9. At UIB Inquest eM Saturday, it was shown. Elitecn ombs fell in one locality during the ecent air raid, persons. n one case of a woman, killed -while loB out of a window It was lestl- that she was struck by a sheU aae. In Ihe proilDc of Alberta tha" Pres- yteriana are still thc'mosL numerous, ccordlag to the ccnsuri-relurna Ukch i 1D16, and'lusl now published. Tho rtal church population for the pro- inco shows Ihe Prejibyterlang lead iff with The Roraaft Calho- es are "second wllh .After bat come Melbodtsls, Angll- ans, Lulherans, Greek hurch, Baptlsls, Mor ions and no religion, WOUNDED Word his been received thai Lieut.-J. H. farmer, of' Blair- more, who went overseas with the 192nd battalion, has been wounded. Lleul. Farmer Is ontv ol Ini best known residents of .the Pass, and was in business in DIalrroore for some years. GAVE HER mm CHILD VINOl It, Built Him Up and Made rtim Strong "Mr lirtl. In i dellcale, tmiclitti condition had a confh M Wf to keep him out oi Jot year Nothing teemed to help him anil Vinol iras recommendco, And the change it made in him wit rcmirk sblc. It his built him op and rttide him Btroni; so his coach Js ilmot enlirelr gone. We cm not retotri mend Ylnol too. Wn. E. K i Mothers o( weik, iffliif children trt liked trf tfcrs ftmoiu cod llrcr Iron (onfe on ouf ntr to Ukt It, i 4 LT i. ib.THIQINBOTftAM 4 Oruggltfi, Le1hbrl AUM at the jrufflftt In -Alberta "'Daby.-MIno" wlll.be the the Majestic TimrsdtT, Friday nd1 this Svcck, Vllh ?'niby Show" mntlnec on ii'e at A PLACE TO GET A LUNCH SERVED TO TEMPT THE APPETITE in a Few Days Ico Cream, ilotDriiiks andI Handle Confectionery and Friiit. EXANDRA COiNFECIIONERY ..ALEXANDRA HOTEL BUILDINO if It's Priiiting HereTs the Answer The Herald Job Printing Department E. DOWNING, SUIT. ;