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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME A. HUNS AWAY OUT IN SUB. ESTIMATES LETHBRIDGE DIVISION HAS SHIPPED MORE THAN THIRTY-SIX MILLION BUSHELS GRAIN IN THE PAST YEAR >SUI1 lil Hy Puiicc Who Cliiiiu to Ilave. AJ1 De- tails of Dynamiting of Montreal. Sept. l.nLnmlcrc.i Ij held by Ihc rt-slstrar ol cnciulca on (lie fliarKc of liar- Ing altcmiitert to murder I.orJ and Lndy rind Ibclr dnuehtcr. Is nol to lie allowed his tlljcrtj- now, even though lie slinulil IL. This Judge Monet dismissed Hie petition of of h'abcas corjius ask- ing for the release of l.aluinlcrc on the fe-round thai l.a liail been ottered Ills freedom previous lo tho applleatipii-'for tho writ ami cliosefi for reasons best known lo himself to remain Jn custody of the iiulliorlUes. The jinaoiicr's assent essential (o EUfijiorf. such a wril, Ms lordship said SInco I.aluinlcrc was offered Ills liberty, however, a warrant bcrsn issued anil he is now being held on warrant. More Arc Arrested. Montreal, Scpi. sllll preserve siJenro and jirofess lo have no Information to give out concern- ing Ihclr actions loivarrt anti-con- acrlptloiilsts. It ivas Icarncil t luornlpg ftow a reliable sourr.o that seven more nnticonsct-rjition ae tors have Iiccn ulacntl tiehiod the bars. Tho are said to have complcle Informallon concern- the recent dynar.j'.tc oulracc and a jiunibcr of other nrresls arc exnecl- ctl lo follow over the week-end. The jiamcs of those.already ;irrestetl ro not be learned. Monthly Returns Customs Receipts. month of August Same period lasl year Increase S3 per cent, Post Office Figures, Aug. Kctliidioiuit'Oiilv 2.509JMM) ISuftlU'ls Over Points Have Shipped More Than Million Island Leads. Today Is Uio of Hie new reported from uny Alberts poiat put- croi. vcar of 1SK-1S. The old di5lrlct (he lead. Stamps Sales fl.ttid.10 jjlcrald was lo M. O. Issued Total 2l.lSO.2 ended last iiijOU, and figures The J from var- ious sources lliis morn fug slioiv that the district ivhose ratlu'ay lines cc-rs- Ire on LethLrldgc sliiiipc.d in Hie 12 months a total of buahcla. In 1915-191C the total shipments There were cloven points J.elhbrlJge district whiOi mote I linn bushtls last year ss which parsed the million mark 'the year previous. As staled In The Herald sonic- lime How Island all Ihc rest hy y wlilc Wanis Heads of Women's Or- ganisations And Others lo Meet Here Tuesday were ulmost z'.t.OOO.O'JO Imshcls. just margin in wheat shipnicnis. The tblal in excess of the sUipmcnU j wheat moved out of the Mow Island district exceeded l.Cf.O.OO') husliels. Ilarons was noxt with l.lCO.Ot'O hush- els. Then came Vulcan. Dlackic, Olaresliolm, River, and Suvc- ly. or these High River, UlacVie and liranl, in Ihe-oat district, shipped most oals. Blitkic one million bush- els of oals alone. Macleod was the biggest shipper on the Crow line ivral. Macralh leil on the Cards ton branch, Foremost came within about 100.000 bushels ot the million mark aeain. ivfalle of (lie p.isl 12 monllia. Various esiiuiiiuj ;trr. mode of the probable shipments during the year starting (oday. TJie usual estimate Is tlial llierc will lie CO per cent o[ last year's total. which will glrc husUols. CoDBiilcrfng i-lic IncreufieJ acreaao it Is thought this estimate Is vtry conservative. The new crop has already started lo move, anil 11 is expected that menls will Ijc general within the next couple of weeks. P. l.untl's car of wheat from Coaldalc. Is the first re- New National News Service On Monday. September 3rd, Ihc I.cilibrMgc Herald comes Into line wlili ihc other dally newspapers of Canada In tto new Canadian National News Service, ami houccforth the Herald will be ID a position lo furnish Sis readers with the full national news service, over a leased ivlre ivJiJch has bcoii installed In the office and will be In operation on Monday. This wire gives The Herald il'rcct connection with east- ern centres. Tlie nationaliza- tion ot Canada's news service has been accomplished, wllli .Hie assistance of Iho Domin- ion Government after many months of hard work, and tho Herald readers together with tiio readers ol many oilier dailies In Canada, arc to re- celvo the benefits of ibis ser- vice over Hie Herald's leased v ire. [jorled lo date. Jn fad it. is ihe first Etzlkam topped lEic halt million mark. ParJs, Sept. troops on the Ai-iiio front open nil the oftcnslvu yesterday afternoon In Ihc HurLclilsfr region. In one sweep they carried all thefr objectives tin a fronl o[ more than Hifeo quarters of a mile to a depth of more than 200 yarfld. Big Italian Advance. Tho citizens ol LelhbrldBO and sur- rounding districts will consider what ihcy can do to help in (he baring of all "foodstuffs at a meeting which .Mr. G. 11. Maruoch. calla for Tuesday-, Sept. 4, al (our o'clock fn ihe afternoon, In Ihe board of Irailo rooms, The mccllTiK will ho open to any who are Interested In helping to bring homo the need For ihc greatest .cure Iti the uso of nil foods, aad for sioji- plng waste. We have hardly realized yet that inert-, Isn't the world l'of If we cat more than our aharn or If we waste anyUiIDE "we aro robbing somebody j els u. I TJic Troraenfolhs connccteil with Uic' various the ministers of1 Ihe cliurihcg; BChool leachefs, officers, of the. Labor Council, farmers' or-, Ennlrattopsj ancMhe patrlotfc.aocicties. present, an'd iL Is hoped that the presidents anfl see-1 rctarlcs ot these "will lie fvt the meet- ing or sec that some of their mem- bers arc there, so lhat Lhetr advice' and holp may available in parrying out sucli n-orlt as may be dcddeil upon. TnlkinG to Iho Herald today, Mr. Narnach, who has mWu up Ihc ot vicc-chnlrnian on the Alhcrta com- mittee for [ood conscrvnUon, said lie would like to sec what the LethhrlUge could do In this matter before KoJiif very lar with any other plans; because wo have never hitherto failed In any patriotic liuli', snii can do anything more m mako things go Ijcltcr (o support our men at the front ivc will surely da U. Thrlfl been uncourageil all nlonp, especially by Uic women's organizations and the leaders In the schools, nnd Mrs. R. II Famine Inevitable, Austria cnslvrnnl about two miles after forc- ing the Isonzo. For Iho convenience of Ihe Iftrge flurabor wlio will mako Uic Irip lo fernlc on Momlfly elreel rnllway system Itos nrrnngcd liiat lno bine line car will leave Aflnras I'arJt al 4.IS nnd H.42, while [he .whflo lino will leavn tho merchants liank corner at 4.21 anil These cars will run to tlic ile- jjol In sufficient time (o meet tho ex- cut9ton (rnln. Every Indication polnla lo a Inrfic crowd for the Jlonilny excursion. It (9 posslWo Hint two trnlna will hn ncc- osaary to nrcominodnlD those wishing to go. llopnrls froin Tcrnlo arc Ihal Lwo (r.iln.q will be run nn Tilon- tiny from the west. from nil over Southern Alberta ern Hritfsli Columbia wiil cr-nfrfiKnU for Ihc Labor Day ccleliradoii. IVETHERLANOS MAY NOT GET GRAIN