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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUIvSn.VY. SEPTEMBER 11. THR LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE FIVt FRUIT SALT The Jay will end for you at fresh at it if you take Eno't each morning !No Action Contemplated Against Sweden Just Now London. Scpl. li.-The. follow Ing 11 statement Irom tr. auUiorllatlve I Source was made to tho Associated llrresa today with reference lu me (revelations concerning Sweden: Is no need for any action on ..ko nai-l ol the allies regarding tlie liswcdUli exposure., nor Is any action. I'iolul or otherwise, contemplated. The acia as narrated speak lor tbem- is not a case of any quarrel on the part ol the allies with tho people', hut of individual ac Ion by Individual olllclals. which, i.1 believed, will I" esratcd by tho Swedish people. There can bo no douul that Sweden wl! tafce Iho earliest ouuortunlty lo explain her position, mid this, it is wl clear Iho air and even lead lo l oot Ur understanding" In Swedish circles In London th vlow Is expressed that tho lions corao Just in time- to Insure big victory lor tho Llberal-bocla Is bloc In the Swedish elections, wnlc are now under way. House in Committee On The New Franchise Actl ME SUPPLY Winnipeg, to Hon W. J. Hanna, food controller who was In Winnipeg today, western Canada will oblaln Its apple supply from Nova Scotia. He tiaiei Brltlih Columbia." crop wa> 16 lie cent ol normal. Ontario and Quebe havo only IB ceat ol a normi crop but Nova Scotia hu 100 per tent, normal. Tho latlv province us- ually exports ft large quantity of ap pics, but lb> year tha Irom tie last will be diverted to the west and food controller's department has al- ready made arranismenta for tlio distribution ol the crop In carload loll to the The price has also.been filed, and the wholesalers and re- tailers will Help In it; distributioni on tho basis of the Hied price. Another point made by Ilnnna ivaa that it would bo a great ralnUXe for Canada lo change the standard ol its "our. true, he said, that [or the pres- ent thero would be a audit gain I He standard ol Hour was lowered, but this would be much more than oltaet by Ibe loss that would accrue In port trade alter tho war. STEAMER STRANDED SL Johns, Nfld., Sept- Del pan steamer Eburoon, 1.S13 tons, from in American port [or Rotterdam with provisions for the Belgian RolIeSCom- stranded labt night oS the Newfoundland Coast, and reports tu- day would prove a total I WUClwas thousht that the simmer was close onoujh to shore for the crew to land safely In small boats in tie event that the ship foundered. Ottawa, up- n the opeulDB ol Hie house this alter- oon, the prime minister moved Iho ouso Into committee of Iho time lection bill. Hon Arthur Melghen ataled In reply o W. R. Kuowles ol Moose Jaw It had not been contemplated that the mlll- voters act would apply to bye- ejections, although lejally It would. Mr KnowleE pointed out tbat most imvr'l.bly there were bye-electionsi al- ter a general election. New would have to go back to their conall- lucnclM (or re-eleclion. Mr. Mclphcn salil it was hoped to avoid tha tremendous task ol holding bye election In war tlmo. "The bes wfcv would bo not to have any minis ters heVld humorously. put that ba the act." suggest ed Hon. Charles Murphy. Sir Wilfrid Laurler Inquired as l the eiact definition ol tho term "com ulcte demodulation." Mr. Meighc that to his mlrjd complete de- mobilization toon placo when men were released trom their military obligations. However, he would -1 euro tha legal definition. Dr Neely ol Humboldt asked that I the government enlarge tho scope o! ho (ranchlse further. Nalurallullon difficulties, ha said, should cot aland n Iha way ol a more complete (ran-1 chlse lo women. By this legislation nany women who were British born and engaged In war work would bo said that the difficulty of naturalization was only one ot the I dlllkullles. He knew of nowhere else to draw' this line than by giving the mothers, wives, and Bisters ot sold- lera the vote. Tho purpoie was to the vole a representative vote for the soldiers overseas. G K McCrancy urged tint the gov-1 Ci-nmont eilond the franchise to Iho women at the country In the same way as It has done to men. The effect ol the present law was to multiply tho ellecl j o[ men's votes. Petrograd, Sept. U-T onsky is having dllfkullles capital from tho extremists of bolh Ides. Following Ihe ultimatum o Gen Kornlloll the whole Russian cab neL-rcslgnsd In order to'give Prem cr'Kerensky lull liberty of action AH the minister! lor the time bein will remain in their office.. Gen Kornlloll. In addition to relu Ins to abandon his command, ordere the arrest ol M. Phllonlko, the gor eminent commissioner. Tho nrovl lonal government, beildes. arresting brought ho WE SAVE YOU MONEY! ON WEARING FOB YOURSELF FAMILY WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. Viauimir ri. oiii nlloll's ultimatum to the provision! government, took Into custody eighty oilier persons. The newspaper U- estla announce, that: the, conslitut- onal democratic mlnlslere relinquish- d their portfolios on the ground that he Kornllorl aflilr one for de- Islon br the entire cabln-it and not ly a d'lrectorate: Trouble lor the Cercnskv government also Is tirea.- oed by -tip Maiuuaiijiti.' At yesterday's.sitting o! the coun- cil of soldlera''aud workmen's dele- thef again'urged that all power sbonld pass Into the handLot tho soc- tsllsla. H was'reiolved at the meet- nr however] that. Premier. Kerenaky shouli be supported uncondltlonally Monday night the capital was (rulet and trefllc was normal. Gen' Savonkofl has taken over the offices of military governor of Pelro- grad In'place of Vasllhovsky, ro- algned. Qeneral SavOnkoff has ad- dressed a reassuring proclamation to the population ,'tatlng-that kll neces- aary were being taken for the defense ol the fatherland and til freedom.- I Con. tho commander. Ion' the Illga-front, has not' yet been rommlssloncd chief o! all the armies lot Russia, which post was refused by Gen on account of the Im- possibility ot Kiemboysly reaching grauu I Petrogrnd, Sent. text of the ommuntcallon ol the workmen's nnd I oMIers' and peasants' organizations o the army at the trout, to the naval command and the array generally, In which all arc urged lo rally round hem, not only Hie mass of soldiers, but those in command of Iho army In support ol the provisional government 1 says: "General Kornllotf havlnc pnt him- self at the head of a military counter-1 revolutionary conspiracy lias moved troops toward Petrograd. His purpose I Is the deposition ol the provisional government and the.seizure ol its powers. The troops directed lo Pelro- grad have been deceived into believing 1 that tuey are sent to crush conspir- acy of the Maximalists, which con-1 existent In reality." The communication then tells ol Komllofl'B dismissal and declares him a traitor and adds: "The problem of the army---------, mission Is to maintain the provisional government, to frustrate the criminal designs of Kornllolt and to ap-1 ply all measures to prevent his .con-. splracy from reflecting, itself dlsai-l trouely on the Elab'llily of the front." The message concludes with a re-1 quest that none of the orders ol Kornl- lolt Dliall he carried out, or of 'those traitors who have adhered themielves lo him." Stop the Train Pelrograd. Sept. train tilling to the Irontlcr the first detachments of I political soldiers exiled by the gov- ernment, was slopped by the Helsing- lors workmen'a and soldiers' deputies and tho prisoners were taken Blmjfors where they were quartered n the oHlceB of the Helslngfors com- mittee. The Helslngfors workmen's and sol- diers' delegates passed a resolution of censure on the provisional govern- ment's nction In'exiling partisans of Ihe.fonier emptror and decided to stop all; trains passing through Fin- land with exiles on board. The com- mittee e'ealed a special committee to carry out Its decision. Wheat Belt Hotel NEW DAYTON Iteopeiied Under New Management CLEAN, AIRY ROOMS BEST AND CHEAPEST MEALS IN THt SOUTH COUNTRY. PORTEH MEETS ALL TRAINS GUESTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF PROPRIETOR H. L. HEILIEH, PROP. RHKIISTO Ottawa, rolllUrr ncr- vlco council baa a' cpnfcronco with the military authorities yeiterrtay lornnnn, nnd propotc-i) to have medical boards under the military eor- vice act, apnolriled Instructed by (he militia clepartmsnl, the Marda will i oiamlno and certify tho pnyslcal con- dition ol men comlpn within the scopo ol Ihe class called out by. the proclama- tion. They will at each mobiliza- tion cenlre. SubmlBslou (or eiamina- lion wllhln tho (imo limit lor appllca- lion for exemption, will bo .voluntary. Tho Idea la lo give the man called out an oppornnlly al satlslylng hlmsoir to stnliis Irom the medical point or view. Canada Military Service Act 1917 Explanatory Announcement by the Minister of Justice reinforcement will shortly be. c.xhr.nstcd unlc" this step be Inkcn. F.rst Call Limited to Men Between 20 and 34, Who Were Unmarried, or Widowers Without Children, on July 6, 191 immnrrjoil or T ccoiioinic and socinl life of tlic covintry. FivU Tribunals to Deal with Exemptions HIP rnimtrv. In llus national requirements, both. civil anil military. tlial day mittlc an application for exemption. mm. HI On evcnlnf, Sept. 14, In the Hulled Church o[ North n public luclure will he given by C II liucaiiB, M. A., D.D., on the sob- Jnct "War and National There will be no admission fee, but a collcclion will he taken. -In the chinch notice of the United Church of North Lethbrldge In Mon- day's Issue of the Herald, prmyer moling oa Wednesdny ovehlni hoald have been nnnonncefl Instead I choir meellni. Also (he dale of the ecturo by Kev. Hneslls Is Friday nlng Instead ol TharsdaT. O> S 8 8 9 I 8 3 .8 8 8 STOP! Excellent Half Sccdon of Irrlffatcd Unfl Half Mile East of Coaldaie, COX CO. LETHBRIME PHONE 1W8 4 i i S S 5 v v v y f v f PRICE TERMS Will Surprise You. llfiVC SCnl I U'EC in Will "Ui, uu j j- piicants should attend personally on the Tribunal without How to Report for Service Early Report Advantageous Inge will pnincd by dclnyins intend to apply for exemption Facilities for Medical Notice to Join the Colon Tmlliarv QUIICS in cxxs in nh'ch civil proceedinp arc not taVen, Rcglna, Susk., Sept. W. J. llanna, food controller, when, In 'a party ol Imperial Oil company torn, visiting the city lAday, Ihe ilatement lo a Cnnadlan Press repre icntallve Ihls evening tUat an order Issued rescinding, so far as he three prairie provinces are con- :ernc'l, Ihs previous urder prohibiting u widely thc'msclva'wilh rrjard (o the sTncrn.rgle4c'tnmay by them of Important privilege, and rights. Ottawa, September 11, 1917 CHAS. J, DbHERTY, Minuter of the me Of canned vegotnblos. While In the wett, Mr. Hanna haa come to the that Is a distinct fresh vegetables. Mr. na also1 slated llml canned Irult had iioi yet made the snWeci 'of any had It been dla- cuftflftd. Steps, MM, would be laken (o In- crease Inc Ush sni'ply, but he was un Able to >v could be dono. Duilng Ih9 day Mr. Hanna had n con- ference with Premier Marlln and also rllh Hon. W. O. Brown, Saskatche- win's represenlltlre on the advisory committee. STOPS SENDING COAL Aniaiefrta-., Sept. Il.-Tlic Tele graaf Bays that Ocrnrany haa stopped sondlnu to Holland. HEAVY TRAFFIC. Toronto, Sept. coaclies ndded lo the regular C. P. R. for Iho west and similar accommodation on the nlglil train of the C. N: R. for Winnipeg were sofflclcnl io lalie care ol tlie hirrcstors who took advantage of tha eicurnlon rates to the wflst lasl DALLAS VOTti nlglil. The IrcH to the weal la Just DallsB, the raoa; pojnknrs. rtrf In Tens, vottd "dry" hi option election yeflterday, Saloons will dose October 'JO. B3 tcavy this year as Uat j ;