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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HTUOAY, SKPTEMHKn 7, V.1I7 Tin-; DAHA IIEIULD NINK Don't Waste, Don't is plenty of food for all jT yovi will only do your bit in preventing waste. Demand the whole wheat grain in breakfast j foods and bread. Shredded I Wheat Biscuit is 100 percent, whole nothing wast- ed, every particle utilized. It contains more real nutri- ment than meat, and costs much less. For any meal with milk and fruits. LADI PHONE 1224 Made in Canada, Miners Refuse lo Give In On Their Demands at Kipp Mines No Ecttlemcnl of Ihe miners' dispute R( 'Coalhursl JIBS yet been effected, Biirt so far as tha Herald can learn, I'hc trivial cause of Hie dispute Is Just as big In (he eyes of (lie parties con- cerned aa ever. Tlic miners refuse lo Lulld the "cogRs" lor Ihe support of. the ID I uc root without cslra payment and ihey are determined lo remain dul until their request fs emitted. That (tie action of tho Coalhurst piiners Is no( meeting ullli (he an- provnl of labor In Southern Alberta Is tlic opinion fiathcred liy (ho lleraJd froiH an authorltnllvc sourer, lliougli no loral 'laiior 'organizations Irivc rasscd any resolutions to lhal cffcci. It is nlso known that local rniner.V lendcra nrc not in favor ol the a el Ion D! llic Coalhursl miners, (t hcing fear- ed thai UIQ action (aken al Kipp will lie ccnsurctl by the public aa hnring been prompted disloyally on Die of certain leaders ol alien enemy birth In lhal camp. RUSSIA RELEASES Mi if. JV. unil diuglitcr Mar-, l-JU, It-JVC for bo? ton llic first ut wecfc. A. K. returned yesterday. rtmi (lit IV.dtic const. Mrs. s remaining the coast. Mrs. Klua Card cf Sail Like CUy, was the BUCRI of Mis. It. J. Gordon the dt of (he weak. v Mr. and Mre. Waclo Van Hlaken of alsary. who hart1 teen vtailing Mr. U. Van Dlaken ol'CUi Kl-, have relum- ed to tliclr Lome, Mrs. B. Frame of Lcllibrldgc. wlio bus been visiting at Winnipeg and other eastern points, Is now at Hard- Isly. Alia., with her slsiur, Mis. Chas. Wood. On Wednesday afternoon a pretty edding look place al llic home o[ Mr. and Mrs. Nell liarrach. Alton apart- ments, when their sister, iCatUe-rlnc Isabel, formerly ol Hie staff of the Hlalniiorc public school, was united In marriage to Mr. Johnston Murray, of Fratik, Alberta. The bride was dressed Jn pearl groy georgette crepe, carried a large sheaf or Tlie drawing-room tastefully dec- orated for the occasion vl'.h sweet peas anil smilHi, and llic hrfdc enter- ed on the arm of her brother, while Mrs, Kaulhiier played the wedding march, flcv. Mr. Rannta, pastor ol the Hankvlcw I'resbylerlnn church, jicrformcd ceremony In (he pres- ence of the Immediate frlciids o[ u.e bride. A dainty luncheon was served alter which llic happy couyle left for Lake Louise and the toast cllles. Tlie bride traveled In Mr. uut] Mrs. fuller we- re on a busi- ness to Talicr Miss Donna Murray leaves tomorrow J for Toronto, ivliere will tiller (lie" of Toronto, Mrs. David1 Walker and children ar- rived home Wednesday morning Irobi an extui'.leil visit to Ihe coast. Mrs. (UUhand, of Calgary, Ms re- turned lo licr home after a vJslI in (he city wlili her Flsipr, Mrs. Vrazcr. Mrs. M, J. (iibsoti KOUli IIHVO returned monlln' visit in (lie ca antl tlnughtcr from a luo Tlie regular inonUily meeting of l lie Nurslns Mission Hoard will he held Moiulny oflertjofni al 4 o'rloik at llieY.M.CA. to nllrnd, Kvcry mcinbtr Is asked Mrs. J. Harry Alexander and mi liavo loft lor her to Join Mr. Alexander anU make tliclr home Ihe Calgary Morning Al- bert an. j The or the executive ol! llic Locul Council of Women, consist- Inij of Ihe ofllccrs of Ihe fouucll arid ihe presidents of the olRllaled socle- 1 lie.s. urc asked lo meet ?.i Hie home of MM. G. W. Robinson, 423 StJl St. S.. .Saturday afternoon al lor import-; ant bushiejs. The Wiltord C. T.' U. met day at the lionics of Mrs. Cain lo elect' officers (or the year. Tlic ioilovriiLU oHicers elected: Mrs. McKcan, re-eJc-clcd; I si tlce-presldcul, Weslcoll; 2nd. Mrs. Wilson; recording, sevrelary, Slrakly; eil dark srcy .siiH nni) hat. On J ing secretary, Mrs. Goldlc; ireasurer. their return Mr. and .Mrs. Murray wlH i Mrs. re-elcctfiil. Committees reside nt Frank, were also appointed, niter whlcli re- Morning Allicrlan. I rreslimcnls were served. Price Flour Should Drop With Fixed Wheat Price Today fa an nntous clay Tor Uic f-ir- [April incrs of C'nnada. -for tins Is) April Pclrograd, Sept. crs today reyorl lhal-llic Korernnisnl to-rclea.fc and bille .throatl ss a result .cf-the recent oiposiire or a counlcr revolutionary plot. Grand Duke MMncl AlcxandcrovUvli, Grand Oukc Paul, Mmo. VlniuoTn, conritlii'nt- of former Kinpreas Alexan- dria, ivho lately was released from forlrcss; former inlalstcr.'of the Interior, Khvostorc, and the former t-coninianilant, Clcn. Voypikofl. Former Premier Shir- iner'-'i secretary, the notorious Manac- vcas sent abroad yeslpnlay. U dfevclops Ihal'Uio arrest of Mine. Margaret'Ullrovo, said to have been one of tlic" clilcf cdnspJralors In ihe plot, ivns cffccicd "when she was cnuglilMrylnf to onlcr the prison ol I'onnur- Krupftror Xlcholas ml Toholak n Iciiftr. Her T.'afe seized- anrt she .was put on a steamer imtler n heavy nnil dcs- lialclictl to I'ctroRr.-iJ. The goverti- ment lias scnl litres cnmmlasarJes to Tobolsk to watch the former emperor. CIVIL MORTALITY BELGIUM JUMPS Nev: York, Sept. of ships (o carry an Bflcquate supply'of foot) Bluffs (o during tlic Jael lour months his caused the mortality tlie lndu.sirlal.cenlrc.3 In lhal connlry anil northern Franco lo rise from 15 tp C5 per thousand and rcconL calilo rtlspalches. rcprtrt' ino whole popula- llon fs showing plLICiil sfgns of imdcr- nourlsliracnl, accordtng to a statement lasucc! hero by Prcntlss Gray, of' the commission (or relief In llclgfiini. The commlssJon horns, ihrcniEli (lie BEBhlance tif vnrloua governments, chinning may be provided lo relieve the critical'situation in uiu Icrrflory. (he day on wMcli Iho lixcii yrlco wheat Is likely to he fixed. U Is gcticrcllv acccplc-1 Lhal Ihe price will be ?2.20 Fort William, Munich No. 1 or NTo. 2 will lie Hie basis rcinaina to lie seen. Can- adian N'o. 1 Xortliern end American No. l Xoclltorn are a .great- [Jual-. 'erent In tlic matter ol Ihe quality or His whcal, Canndlan wheat Lclng mich liiglier In quallly. Uic scUInR of the price ot wiical, llicre will life n cons 2 en I re- vision of llio price of Hour. Flour s now selling at SG.75 In Lelii- bridgc. The following figures will show very plainly ilie Lrclation- be- tween (tie price wlical arfd ihe irlrc of Hour retail nt a period when was jumping skywniu last 51i rln E: Ilelall price Snot price flour in Dale. wlieal Lcllilrridgc. April S ISf-Ti nt. Perdue, Ihe ctty.rs-- veteran Etreet sweeper, anil one ol its most Cnmilhir [ipurca, was the victim ot an aecHlenL ycslcnlay arte'rnoon, as Hie result of wlilcb lie U In the lius- al suffering from l.ijurles wlilch, on accounl ol Ills'age, may prove more serious Ihnn nt Ihouglil. Ho is, today, hovrcvcr, resting Mr. 1'crduo waa crossing the street In frnnt'ol Iho Cnllas, when the .VrL-iugnlln ol Mr. Track'., of Wilson Siding, slid out of the alleyway, lo (Iflu slrcct. Mr, Tenlue cvlllcnlly be- came excited when he paw the car closo to him, and rari rfphk In front of (lie machine, lie was' fcnockrd down and drngecd SDJIIC distance, lie was I a.ken to Gait hospital suffering froni scalp won nils anil a bail shaking uji- N'o bhme'vrbnto'ver Is Attached to Mr. Trothl, according to llic wit- nesses of the aceldcul. April 20 ____ C.4Z April LM 218 G.75 April 'JS .._.. C.OC Froni these [inures it Is evident lhal I If SV.lQ is undo the lixcd price, j flour sliould not bn over JC.25 per nun-: dredwolght retail. In fact tlie jirice j should be about Sfi.10, taking the fig- ures ot last April as (he basis of cal- culations. [iour now selling at retail, farmers should, accord- tug to last April's wheat figures, be setthiG J2.4S a bushel for ihelr'ivheal. Tills filioirs Ihat tlJO price ol flour the past few weeks Jins not! rpTiristcnt ivtih the price Tic Ing j paid lor wheat. The nest few days Is bound to sec many rcartjnstmcnts. MELT DOWN STATUES. Copenhagen, Scjtl. A Hcrlln rtls- reports lhal U tins been decided 10 melt down hronxc slaluca for mun- tllon The .Munich corres- pondent of Ino Anzclger 'roports (hat orders for llio of Jiavnrla. JIQTO nlrcsdy been In Headaches! come mostly disorders of Oie stomach, liver and bowels. Resale thcscoreansand keep i tree from licacaches by using BEECHAM'S PILLS WT fe, A. Vntt, LADY MAUD CAVENDISH Eldest ilauRhler ol Hts Excellency, the Governor-General p.hd the Duchctie of Devonshire, whoso to Captain Angus Mackintosh, A. JX C. lloynl Horse Ouanls Is nuno'iinccO. v grcally InLorcatciI loflny nicnl or sheep al llic 16cal slackyatila. Nineteen carloads, containing more linn -tnOO-licnf1! of inullmi arrlvcil nlgli'. from Northern Idaho 'nnrt ivcro unloailcil hero for fecil nntl he-, fore brlnB shipped forward 'to Chl- cnRo. The nhcop nro Die properly'of Iho I'cntJlclon Sliccp'Co. This com-; pany lopped Ihe Chlrflgo j year ft ml tlicy aUlo Ihal.lhc 'preaorl' shipment Is IwttOr sluff. TThc sheep! arc Mncold hrtd, flro'lot. Thn IKtoVjr.sftfl In llio ram asld fo he, held hWs'hcxt monlli timl ;nay pnnslblr tools for Bale here at Ihnt I N'ctrmin Ihe Iwo-yeftr-oW a6n of and Karl Olnver, Chalhfim, died of 1C lalrl liv nnolofl. Try. Our Ice Cream Soda And wilh each you'K find your thint iflppfng 'away. And When you have finished the bfgf gentriiuaJy filled fllajt you'll be refreshed, Invigorated and titli- fled.: Try It to'day, f THE EMPIRE N'EXT OflPHEUM Under vt 4. M. BEATON M. Saturd Day to Select a INCW rur Coat or Set of New Furs Wi1 luivc irccivcil liii; skipmeul IJt-iuilil'ul Sols niul Coals. Oiiriissorliiu'iil isinosl vni'ieil ul't'ors ;m cxfo cliuicc in Uiiids of f ni'.s, LADIES1 NEW FALL COATS !n a vartcly of rlothr- to eclcot from !n- clmllnK broatk-luilis. lUsliM, bl-ir.krt cloths, chinthllla In various colors. dEsylay Jug tlic ueivest sliailps. Prices and up LADIES' NFW FALL DRESSES In tine quality Filks and scrgrs. hanilsoiue- ty inmle and (Ijc very latest Prices and up LADIES' NEW FALL SUITS In nualiiy brondflolhs. velours, livfijiis. A tine sc-lcciiun lurafLi your Prices anu up WAIST SPECIAL Whflo Silk V.'aisls, Neatly trtnimcd !ace. collar style. All slies, Specials i-MEN'S ENGLISH ?v IUTIT alfarhcd-qr Frtucli pcc'k. -t SWKvVriJIl In jap Brer, fawn, maroon.- PA Pricatl up Trpnr.'.. .J llliWJBl) WOOL BOTANY T- Sizes 0 to 10. I'rlccil .al up BOYS' FLEECE 'LINED Kxira quality. Per garment, Saturday Special ____ Houseiurnislimg Items for Sat. YARDS SC'O'i'CII IJcst finality, 2 yanls w'itlo, and blocV: ijallcms. i Op WINDOW SHADES :li; iiKln-s 72 iucucs long. FLlUnss Spctlal. Oooil julc (ibrc. Fringed cuds. 30 inches by 12 inclips. eacli TAI'ESTHY Neat f feral and Oriental design, Sizu -1 feel C Indies by C Simcicl.............................................. HARD-BOILED CANDY lb. jiove iiairs Ghicc in black', I a if or and two donic last and ar- rive the ciul of (iic month, .will sell at pair. We have ail sizes in stock, to 7y2. Special for Saturday Per pair SEE NORTH WINDOW 2 S P E C I A L S We have 5000 Overstock WKite Flatnnelettgi 1 Exli'ii liojivy quality aliil full 'M inehcs wide. Hinight HclplchSliSliii'ts for -He'd Cross vroi'k uiiichAvill not (liitj ywii1. have' decided tVc'IcaV this line of vil.st. To-clear at OO per yard Price .'MK1 yard Grocery News of Quality and Special Prices- for Saturday s1 Marmalade. 4 !b, pails! Special......................... Gold Seal Milk. 2 Reindeer Condented Milk. 2 cans.......................... Mother's Macaroni. Qcst Jjpan Rice. 3 Ibc. 35c 4Sc Z5c 25c Map of Italy Pure Olive Oil. Bottlct, 35c and _................... Map of Italy Pure Oil. Pint tins................. Map 6f Italy Pure Olive Oil. Quarl tins Dates, Royal Excelsior, 60c L15 25c Oatr-7. Dromcrfary. 0 C 2 packages........................ Week-end Raisin Special AT THIS PRESENT TIME THERE 13 NOT ANY FRUIT THAT CONTAINS AS MUCH FOOD VALUE AS'RAISINS. CIJY NOW AS PRICES ARE GOING TO BE VERY HIGH WHEN NEW FRUIT ARRIVES AND BY DOING SO YOU' SECURE AS GOOD FRUIT AT MUCH PHICES, Grade Ssedcd Raisins. ReQUtar 2 4 Otst Grade Sccdfesa Rabins, RCBolnr SkA for 35e. Extra special, 7 pXgS. for 2 for 35c. Exlra Special, 7 for RAISINS AT.THIS PRICE WILL ONLY B6 SOLD WITH GROCERY ORDER OF ii New Fall Boots and onoes LADIES' FANCY DRESS BOOTS. In all llio lilc shades for ffttl In- cluding Che following shades, llghl anil dark grey, rfark efioeoliiio, black anrt while anA the staple bJack.kld. These are ncal In nrpcaranco. ajrl (he prlre Is rlfilit. WhUhs from II lo D. Sizes 2S lo 7. 1'rlced from >1.1.00, aiia SOLE AGEMTS TOR 'GRIFFIN'S SHOE CLEANER. Tor while, tlghlfirey, dark grey, chocolate and nil shadej shoes. The clc.inor Ihnl not unly shlnea but. retnlors the shoe nl Ihe flame lime..' MEN'S BLACK AND TAN CALF DRESS 800T3 Receding toe R mediant heavy sole. A very serviceable boot Elrecl wear aa well as having Iho appearance ol' a dress Ki7.c3 c ic lo. r An DONQOLA KID OLUCHER BOOTS IIUinB wllti B ratdlum A very easy bool. Sizes 6 p in to 10. Special ii.9Sv- MEN'S OUNMETAL BUTTOW> BOOT! With a mcrtlnm weight A -lice HgM bMl for tlreeti 10. Special al ;