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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Sound Optimism Pervading Great Britain, Plenty of Food New York, Sept. the cap- lion, "Great op'lr.iislm tell In Eng- land." the New York Sun th'.s morning .jubllshts Iho [allowing from lls Lon- don correspondent: d lias entered Ihc fourth Viols Conducted Through Agenry Swedish 1'ciu1 Krcak. ALL. KS ROUSED OVKK OUTRAGE SPECIAL DECORATION v London, Sept. D.-U nounced thai through Uie de- sire ol King George a specially v distinctive decorallon will bo awarded every member ot llu- First Brillsll Expeditionary Force. Including men from the navy and Indiana who parllcl- slntc- tncnl Issued by lho slato department here relating to lho messages-from Counl I.uxbur; via the Swedish gov- ernment Is as follows: "The department of stale has secur- ed certain telegrams from Count Lui- linrg, German charge d' affairs at nucnos Aires, to the foreign office al i wiilrli. I regret to say. were des- navy an paled In Uio early and critical v stages ot lUe ivnr up to and In- eluding Ihc first battle otYpres. FROST IN SASK. (1. AND MAMTOfBA Winnipeg. and Saskatchewan were hit .by (roil last --_ year ol Ilio war with a new spirit of cheerfulness-different In every way from the hectic flushes of optimism which have swept the country. In past months. The people know they arc co- ins to hive plenty of food and thcv Vnnw that ships are being li-jlll faster than ever before, and that the U-lioat blockade Is being nullified Months of toil and sell-denial have had a most wholesome, effect, and every man. woman and child seems to he in- spired wllh a knowledge of the na- tion's soundness. "Reports from the shipbuilding yards show thal.tho loniinge for 19 H will lie four limes as great as In 1910. while Iho neit year's forecasts Indl cato much a duclng (.onsumpllon and Incrcas ns supplies ol shipping. The good splr of lho population la due in no small measure lo Iht, reassuring speccli made recently by 1-loyd George-, lie has in- dicated that a big shipment of food from America had been added lo ail cnn-illy large shipment from AUR Irallu and Scandinavian countries. The transliorlallon has licen inrrted on so successfully thai lho reserve, supply Is up to Ihe requirements of the food controller." No Lonner Anxiety Soul. lO.-Uaron flhondda, lho food controller. In an Interview wllh Ihe London nr tne MMidclsMat. declares lhat Ihc submar- ine campaign Is no longer causing an- slcty regarding England's bread sup- one remarked the con- prcducllon ot six times as mucn In-1916. Thus the governmenl Is nniilvinc the same principle ol re e, STRANGE CHARGE Calgary. Sept. Aus- tin lluntlcy of a local Uaptlal church In a sermon on Ihu bcne- fits of evangelical services, 1 staled lhat funds tor charity and patriotic purposes can only lie raised In Calgary by an appeal to Iho sensuous desires of the clllzerjs. Sensation Sprung- When Great Russian Leader De- in one icspci-ti tro'ler "Hie submarine campaign blessing It bis acted as a stimulus lo cultkallon. so that within a year the United Kingdoms-ill practically M Independent o( Imports so far as the chlcl foodstuffs are concerned. niands Kcigiis of Power From licve Armies Will Remain Loyal the New Leader Implicated OP Hcrlin winiii, i Saskatchewan were mi.uj patched from Ilucnos Aires by the, lh CB degrees In nearly Swedish as Ihcir own official messages, Lclog reported. Vegetables Addressed Swedish soldiorn niul MOWS of SloLkholm are loatured newspapers under cross r- hoac-a such as "Sweden's exposu. "Sweden charged wllli breach of noil- tmllly.l' while others carry special ro- ,-lews of Hid entire course of ovonis-m Sweden Blncc the oulbrcak of Ihc Ono cnl, nn a yea made an attempt lo hang hlmselt I Ihe same place hi Ihe barn. Th Montreal, Serl. alleged member of the dynamite gang wa calliercd Into tho police net over th week-end, while two or Inrec more ar- rcats are imminent. Tho latest man arrested by city detectives work ns wIHl Inspeulor Oiroux, of tho Dominion police, is Charles Chagnon, alias La- osc lie is 21 years of ago and is be- ng held on a charge ol EtealinB dyna- mite from the Msrtineau auarry- Thls-makea eight arrests In.lbii at- air. Eicepl for Monello and his ompanlon, now bound for Toronlo, it s saldjn a slolen automobile, and the men whom It Is canceled will be ar- esled In Monlreal shortly, the police ia'- sol prcl'-i'-u'e'l all those whom hey have been trying to round up, I eicept for those of a. more prominent nature, (he men who are Believed lo bo "higher up." Anrele Gorer, a young newspaper re- porter, and Jean Baptlste-Cyr, black-, smith, appeared hetore Judge Salni Cyr In the arralgnmenl court on Sal- INTlYIOUl (Canadian Pressl I'clrosrad, Sept. lO.-Members icnt regarded General Koi j r0ebcSlllorn vJhlcli be ruthlessly sup- pressed. The governmonl. It was add- ed believed it had enough troops and Ihe support ol Ihe Russian people I" put down the Kornlloff movement. The members of the provisional g' Colledge Died Hero's Death Service Planned Next Sunday had reached an agreement regarding the following points ot view: government regards Genera Kornilolt'3 pronounclamenlo as a acl of rebellion and a dangerous ad venlure and a Ihreat lo tho rcvolu Ion ami liberty-which, unless Ihe u m Is withdrawn, must be ruth suppressed. government has no doubl tha it has at lls disposal sufficient loya Irooris and Ihe overwhelming su port ol the population lo-enable It Burns, A. B. Qay, HJMayland and tome of the largest prednwrm of beef jnd mutton In the province' are SBlUting for 'bH Uie killlns'ot and'hlrrilJJ, in order lo pretervs Ihe fulure meat supply of the provlace. The matter was placed Al- committee on toad eor.lrol but they refused to consider the matter. Burns and company are helping out the movement by re- futing to buy stock of this claM offend. en Bncc ppper likens Sweden's noslllon lo _ ____ ncrn EHV- the same place in me Th attempt was b Mr. Roberts who was In, the barn al Ihc time, and who though! Drla was just Joking. A week ago Sunday Brls drew bis nay and disappeared and nothing more was of him" until last Sat- nrdav.morning wheV .Mr.. Roberts' to the burn, at 6.30 finding nf'nrccce a few months aso, say- Jho d'ea'd body of Urifi hanging froni nr- "IISnecVla German." the rafters. Deceased had climbed Tlio Time, declares iliat Iho Swcd- up a pile of oat stfaves J isl, disclosure on i.s lace Is a IOD1) oyer a cross beam, lied It around breach of clcmenlnry obligations ol neutrality; and aids: "Tho offenje Is more grave because Sweden .adbeen in uie unlay charged wllh alleraplcd murder In connecting wilh the dynamiting of Lord Albolstan's house nt Carll.crville. URGES THEM TO. DEFEAT GOTT. Montreal. Sept. 13uhny, so- cialist candidate !n SI. Louis and St. Jean llnpllsle division, declared before six hundred people in Prince Arthur Hall here yesterday lhal Ihe defeat of no Harden goTernmenl would be Ihc eteat ol' conscription, and therefore very efforl should he made to defeat, t He also advised the jalblng lo; more crave ecaus wnrne.1 both In and Stockholm thai It Jud been detected." Conllnu- the Times "Sweden cannot the cnlenlc allies and, be, his neck and Jumped. So far as can be learned Brls hail relative's In Ihls country.; Some no reaves weeks ago he had sent a draft tor S500 lo a man named Peterson In Stockholm, and an elforl Is belru; mndo to Irsce him through that loci the cnlcnic allies nintio Iral nallons In-which the Swedish Ic-. !OUrcc. galIons 'mo used ns German informa-1 Or-lers were for the lion slallons to acaulosccIn.the con. t on siauona i" tlnucd nlinso ot her rtElils anil Tlmcs declares menl of the remains. deceased ealed __ Inter A search ot tho roll 01 ullls legcH ns'a" In conclusion lho liiat "nellhcr tho allies nor lho Swea- Ish people, can remain Indifferent to lho latest example." Expresses Astoniihmtnt Buenos Aires, Sept. B.-The director lho Argenllno foreign office when Inlorrned on Saturday of tho rcTCla- tlons ol lho slale dcparlmcnt at Wasli- InGlon Involving Ihe Swedish Icga- lion hero In the transmission ot cer- tain German communications, express cd great aslonMimcnt. JIo declared lhal ho had m-gollallons with Lount Ijiixlmrff, Ihc German cliarsc, rCjipccI Inr lho communlcalions, the .substance of which, as described lo him, wero anparcnlly not the samo as thai re vealcd by Ihc text ot the dlspalchc made public In Woshlnglon. Trcsldenl Irlgoj-cn, Informcil ol in mailer, said lhal ho would al onco ca mion Ihc foreign minister for a slaic- mcnl. Cin'l Believe It nucnos Aires, Sept. according to newspaper ac-, counls loday, are sllll nnab.s to be- Heio lhat the dispatches Kent lo Ber- lin through Hie Swedish legation here wero accuracy trenslaled. The for- eign office, early loday said that II was without official advices. Officials be- llevs lhat tho government will demand Ihe recall of Counl Luxrmir. Ocrman charge at BucnOT Aires, bill a rutlnre In diplomatic wilh Germany Is nol anticipated at present, Ihc Ar- eenine government prctcrrlr.J. II la Mld, lo consider lho affair a personal ono. between the and Swedish reprcsenlallvcs licro. Kpoca, lho recognized rnonih- ciccciiacu Bmounllnr lo on him, 30 that I ras nnt flnanclsl trouble- which rough I ahoul his suicide. McCOIG NOMINATED. Chatham, Sept. a con enllon of Kent counly Liberals Sa ecclved show that the yc---- gave his life while endeavoring to save) i comrade. The oflicial rep( slightly wounded in Hie alia, 3lh, 1917, but continued and ing out to dress Ihc wounds ol a rade he was lift by a piece of shell and killed'Instan'.lr. IHs body was recoVr cred and buried riear Ihe Lens-Arrns road around Ihc regimental cross rais- ed near the Nine Kims. Pic. Colledge enllsled from here wilh the Kilties. A memorial service Is held in St Mary's next Sunday evening for Pie Collcdgc, Pie. R. Lackenby and Pie. A. M. Humphreys. The dcparlment of militia has re- cently created subareas in each mili- tary district for surgical Irealment ot soldiers over which has been appoint- ed a surgeon opeclallsL The Lethbridgc area ol Military dis trlcl 13t has been crealed, and Dr. B. L Connor has been aproinled as sur- geon specialisl. His services as sur- Kcon will lie free lo all men in uniform, and he will hold rank as captain in Ihc Canadian Army Mcdican Corps. Thesa Inleresls, said M. were I against Premier Kcreniiy, who as Invlled lo gcenral headouartora to eel General Kornlloll The preBde, [used Ihe demands ot M. Lvoll, wlio aa then arrested, and under examta- tan gave the details ot the cowplr- C> Another Traitor. aloSrovel a traitor." .efnslng to ake command ol the HUSB an armies n succession lo Gen. Kornlloll; The soldiers' and workmens body, he slatcment adds, has ordered all be to obey toe rovlslonal government aEainst t" onspiracy; slating thai Gen. Korn- loll will be punished lor and that Gen. Klen.bovsky wl 1 pro. succeed lo the chlel com-. mand." Ordered to Reujn. Pclrosrad. Sept- premier has ordered General Kornllolf, cosn- nrander-ln-chicf of lho Russian armies, to resign In conseaucnco otiOeoermi KornlloII's demand tor supreme pow- er General KlemuovEky has. been appointed commander In chief. Premier Kcrensky has Issued tha premier Kcrensky has is ta .-recent Moscow con- supporting General OFFI IEN1SARE Many Should Have Vote Who Will Not Get It, Is Complaint Toronto, Onl.. Sept. ,t this convention ot the Ontario hen clllzcns' association thank Sir While Wheat Price May Be Fix ed, Other Prices Continue lo Soar VERY Ldl Perhaps Ihc most Insistent com plaint heard Ihesc days Is from th farmers of Southern Alberta lh_a hongh Ine price ot wneai uas kally been scl, Ihc price ol whal the armerliaslobuyisconllnimllyaTlat- Tho cause for complaint is bc- drlven home hy Ihe (Ida WANTS FARM Moose Jaw, Sosk., Sept. McKellnr, Eccrelnry ot Ihe Moose franchise as a mailer of true demo- cracy, In opinion of this association than the termination of the war." This resolution, which, was passed on Saturday by Hie convention e Moose on Malurnny oy mu LUIS offered a rial 15 lor Besides alfccllng Ihe msn en ov Jl I. A of Clarcsholm, Alt sam In' reference lo Ihe use Quehcc women Intended lo make of the vole: Closure Will be Applied To Debate on Franchise Montreal, Sept. O.-Sir Evarlis La Blanc, lieutenant governor of Quebec, and C. E. Tlonln. consul general lor France in Canada, were Ihe chief spelters al a celebrallon in Ihe Mon- ument National tonight of IVe lliird anniversary ol lho victory -of the Marne and Ihe large audience ap plauited every patriotic Elnlemcnt Ml.Jlonln iiuoteq irom a recent spccc of Mr Lloyd Georgo in whlr.h nrlllsli peoples were warned against "tomcn- ct ES'i ot hale.' Sing Ihcm enemies ol Ihe country, and this Was loudly applauded. P. I Lacolnte the chairman, who won Ihe Crolx DC Guerre al Ilic tronl, Ihanked rrcmler IJorden and Hon. W. J. Roche for having Inserted In the law for cs- tab'.Ished returned soldiers on aKieni- pulling tho French "s ng driven nomu uj slatement by machine companies thai big advances in Implements lor next year are sltr.t to come.. "inders will be ?57 higher next S3" Other machinery will advance proporllon. The reason given Is increase In Ihe price ot oleel ow ins lo Ihs war demands. ved In 1'eirograu e In Ihe name ol Gen. Komllotl to and over all civil and military, rs to lite generalissimo..-who.- would. onn a new government at bis pleas, re The authenticity of this, sum- ons was afterwards confirmed: bl en. Korniloff himself, who had a onversatlon with me over the dlrwl elegraphic wire between Pelrograd nd Main headiiuarlcrs. "Considering the summoni address- d through mo to the provisional gor-. rnmenl as an attempt from certmta uarlers to profit by Ihe dlttlcnlt sit- uation ot Ihe country snd a stale of things contrary to the con-.. aYests ol the revolution, the proTls- onal government ha. weodjied the necessity of chargJM me, for the safely of the republican lake urgent, necessary to cut al the root of all at- tempts against, the inprwne Power and rUhtE of'the dtfiens iron by the for malstewnce Jn liie country' ol.lftertr and prtlle order, am taklni aJl measure., which I .t.ll announce at lie proper luorn-- ent lo tho people. At Ike lama Umer. order Gen. Kornlloft to hand over his functions to Gen KemboTBw commander In chlet o Ihe the northern front, which bar the way lo Petfograd, and 1 order Klem- to assume provisionally all. Ihe functions of generalissimo, while remaining al Pskov. _ "tjernmliv I declare a stale 01 war In the town'and district otPetrograa., "I appeal lo all citizens lo remain culm, maintain the order necessary tor the fatherland and Ihe army and f the vole: pulling tho renc Suntoso he women ol 'Quebec who are naturalized, subjec on lho did vof against conscription- thoy, same tooling as their Drlllsh com- lc j. ,ho vnlo nf Ilic r Ollawa, Sept. 1C.-The on tho second reading of Ihe Klecllona Acl will be reinmed when J-JeC1101l3 ,V the houso meets at o'clock. Tho closure rule limiting speeches to y minutes will apply to lod.y's ncDMe. and lho rtljcnsalon will be ter- minated wtlh a division not later tola two o'clock tomorrow. Tne opposi- tion will doubtless contlnoo. p debato ,mlll 2 a.m. and the dims scenes taking pbice when Ihe division Is called U being dhcnsMd In parllamcnlary ctrclei IhU momrng. (OTemraenl plait lo W Ihe Time Eleeliont Act br two o'clock on momlnf ne.ii. Tncjrlar will .devoted to. ciinsid- eration of the detail, ot the'me.ilire In commltlec. On Tuesday nlfhl not- ice oi closnre, which u. ____ uke ltie hHI al; 2 on Ttursaar will be fton. On Taursilay staltaf nollco will be glrcn In regard (o the Ihlrd reading and this will terminate, the dfbalo as slnlcil on Salurday morn- Ing. With tho franchise bljl disposed ot in Lhe commons, Ihe business re- maining for consldtrallon hy the low- er rhamtxsr will consist principally of a few estimates lho house Inrllier bstch of, supplementtry esll males lo be brought down hy mln Islcr ol finance, Inleresl .will then he shitted swale, which irfns pass Ihs War Time Elections Acl be- fore October In order that It be- come lew. The ordM paper at lie npper rfonse still hetvy. Isporlant bills, Including Ihe .soWtera voting bill. Ihe C.' N. R; and Ihe Oencrsl .Hallway. Acl bcln sllll undisposed of> The 0. X.. H. hi will donblless this week, anf Ih commons will nslicd neit week t nlQ VOle HBIHIal -_] would only double the vote ot their men. They couldn't send any more members lo parliament." s Mrs L A. Hamilton, president of the National Kqual Franchise League, and Vice President of Iho Ontario Women Citizens' Association, on lho contrary regards Ihe as 'quite jllsfaclory In vlow of the conscrlp- on Issue and Ihc question of the for- women." "It Isn't lho nrlllsh fair ?sld Irs A. II. Ormshy, president of Ihe nlarlo Women Citizens' Assoclallon. Women whose sons arc not old nwiEh to go lo Ihe or Ihosx who-havo no sons should not be de- rived ot Ihclr rlghU. feel thai radcs, a n. Msaard spoke. g IO III" "They scl the price ot what Ihe farmer" has lo soil and let the price ol what he has lo buy ride" said one farmer lo The Herald Ihls morning. "Onco more the. is the goal of Ihe manufacturer. That condition Is going to hurl Veslern Canada and will relied on our general prosperlly- 1 know a lot ol the farmers arc very prosperous, but Ihe principle ot.the thins 13 wrong." The big Increase In lho price, ol machinery, nmounling lo 25 per cent strikes lho farmer as being allogelher loo much. Ilor me navy, and tranquilly and fa! fill their duty to the against lho enemy-" Neeeaaary Pelrograd, Sepl. D.-Eleven cabinet ministers have been in continuous se.-; slon In Ihe winter palace slderlng measures lo face Gen. Kor nllolfs revolt, which m Ions wllh Ihe Associated Press cor., respondent. Ihe ministers adml Is th. graVcst evenl since the rH-olutlon. So far. except for (CONTINUED More Canadians Decorated For Conspicuous Bravery invuci ui iin-ii .o----- T- hers many loyal mothers who would be discriminated agalnit by wheal October Mtt Spot oats October barley October flax MARKETS 222 87H 111 111 .Ily the Canadian Overseas Correspondent.) Canadian llcadquarlcrs In vlt I-ondon, Sepl. 9.-UOIH. 11. Bain- brlrtge .lolinson and Ueul. David Gjmes Moore, holh officers ol an On- ell men had lo he left behind In a sllcll Hole close is lho enemy s line. McKadycn remained wilh two days and a nlghl, "sen his clolh- Ing lo bind their wounds, up, and makp them more comfortable, and eventual- jms tario ballnllon, have been WRATH and lario oau.-uion, Ihe Military Cross lor cdnsplcnoua gallantry during a raid Inlo Ihe en- emy's line, a few days before Ihe at- tack on Hill 70. The raiders, who numbered several hundred men, who some points held up by strong which was cul under their sup- I'vlllon while heavy shelling was In progress.. Johnson also carried one ol his who had become a mvaiB McFsdyen, of the lame. been jlven a Dlsllngnlahed (Jonduct Medal lot splendid devotion to dnty while acl as a stretcher btarer. When ,1 an On- them more comora, awarded ly brought all the wounded men back Inlo our own lines.. For services performed nnder cir- cumstances of greil danger tatecnr-. ng Ihe coortlnatlon work the ar- lllery and Intanlry-dnring an aasanll lllery an nanry- on an enemy James Howard Ellwood, BJayner Ed- mond Scolt, Leslie FTMI and Lawrence Byron .oWICerl of Ihe Canadian field artillOTt, received the JllllUrr Crwi and FnA- erlck Graham Uie branch of Ihe Wr .to.the Mllllarr Cross. Caiilalna Hwbtrt Bell, and Su far. except LUI Komllofl, which Ihe general ._, apparenlly determined lo defy, no. measures hare been decided i-porj, but, the discussion Is proceeding: yM. to conslllule a directory ol fire vesled wllh full power. The so far submitted for membership la; Ihl3 body are Premier Kerenshy, Vlce- "remler iSckrasofl, M. Skobelett. tta' mlnTsler ol labor; M. Tere. chert., Ihc mlnlsler of foreign tffalrs, M. SavinKoIt, the assistant of war. In a talk wllh Ihe Foreign Mlnlslcr Terestchenio "The plan lor the directory der discussion and It may. be deiMM tonight. So far the goTernmenl ta to make anr sUteBeiit. wTS enter. My Oen. Kornltotfs I. and la futtl. a (CONTINUED ON PiOlt tke ra .mats tton order ib. mar jadlclal ..Iborfttei, Ike ar-. drnarrpraMM ot law. ;