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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SU THK LKTIIBniDKE DAH.If HKIULO TUKSPAY, SEPTKMlircU 11. 1017 HADE IN CANADA OF IT! mt far outline 4 eleulnr refrigerate re. Tm Iton4 REFUSE SUMTITVT1S E.WGILLETT COMPANY L1MITTD TCKOKTO. OMT. MCFiTBEAl CANADIAN LOSSES ICOSTIVDED fKOU FROST 1'AOl) e the so-called Sioaya or "savage ivislon.1 'which was formerly station- ed at Pskoff, and consisting of lieor- ians and other Caucasus irlbcsmei.. vbo personally devoted to Kor.i- lotf as a rCEUK oj Ilk. li'elcng Interest n Asiatic affairs. this force ire cavalrymen from the Tr-ins- tcritory. this force arc Tekke cavalrymen Iroru the Trnnscas- lau territory, whose wild apeparjnce created a seasallou when they ac- companied Gen. Kornllot! 10 the Mos- cow conference. According to the evening en? the "sivace division" has occup- ied Vulrltia on ibe railroad. The govcrmueni last night mnile re- pealed efforts to Induce Gen. Aiesiert. former commander in chief o( the Russian army1, to lake command against Korniloff. but met wiih refus- al. Members of ibe government stale that there Is uo prospect whatever of Korniloft submHtlug. He has Ottawa Sepl casually" lisl I sued orders to liif army to take Issued Monday- nlghl contained the I session of PetroErf.il and In a maul- names ol 39'ivcsieru Ounailijn sol-j iesto to the army he-declares that 11 of whom ars reported killed the provisional sovernmenl with In jitlon. 1-.VO died ot wounds, five missing.'one wounded anj missing, and the. balance wounded or ill. BRITISH LOSSES London. 11. -Casualties in thf JJrillsti ranks reiiorlpd during the ending touay show a total of 26.- C'6 officers and den. ss follows: Ol- Scers. killed and died ot wounds. 1S1; men, 4.1SJ. wounded and missing. SSI; men. 21.6TS. Boulton's Auto Livery WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 IT COSTS NO MORE TO RIDE IN A Comfortable Cnr Wz use 7-paiscnger Hudson in care of. an experienced and care- r- ful driver. The TTudson Auto Livery Phonu: Day 6t8 Night 1265 ;.J. PAPPAS, Owner OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 1MO Night Phone 797 DRAYING Phonn 1M5 or 13M Tomer Witchell it Kcnnedy'l 410 St CoalC.O.D. Premier Kerensky at its liead nas itself Incapable to cope with the situation; that it has amons Its ministers "advocates of Russia's de- feat also German hirelings mid tha'. in this threauninsvhour when ihe fatherland is faced with ruimhe con- siders it bis duty to replace the gov- ernment and assume full power-" Hope to Prevent Civil War. PelroErad, Sept. confer- ences ot the ministers are being con- tinued In the hope of finding a solu- tion of the situation which will rrc- vent internal war. Simultaneously 1 the council of workmen's aud sold- I Is in session. 11 is said lite Bolshevikis In'.end declaring tor the government and appealing to all I tha n-irUes cf. the leic to rally against I the counter revolution. The Allaman of Ihe Cossacks. Karauloff, a member of the Duma, who came o Petrograd upon news of the con splracT, that the Cossacks lad resolved to do everylng lo prevent i fratricidal turn in the war, which would ruin the revolution- Karauloff, with a deputation of Cossacks, will leave for attempt nego- tiations with Gen. Korniloff. London Comment.' London ,Sept. Russian crisis overshadows all else in Ihe news and editorial columns ol the uioralng newspapers. "Germany many enjoy the satisfac- tion of knowing." declares the Post, "that her sinister intrigues pro- difced a cataclysm in the revolution, which in whatever its ftlher results may consist, must, as we continue to ultimately destroy and eradi- cate German predominance in Russla. Uermany may now perceive'that her i advance In the-Riga district, whlca [affords tho German emperor so exces- sive gratification has hastened an- oilier crisis in" which; troubled as Ihe prospect at present Is, we can discern hope for Russia hut none for Ger- many." "Kerensky has failed' to restore or- der and stability In the army because he loos had been in'a false position. His provisional government has been atstae heck and call of the soldiers1 and n-orkmen's .delegates, Those per- nicious infinenc'e. almost brought Hua- sia to ruin. Committees will never I save Russia, but In a very short time :her will wreck the revolution If they are, not deprived o! the rower of in- fluence." The Daily News says: "Whatever is the outcome of the present collis- ion It can hardly fail to lesve chp.os more chaotic and confusion more con- founded The .miracle that will rescue the unhappy country Irom ili tale may yet happen, but we.cannot see Irom whence It can come." The Chronicle saya that 11 Is obvious lliat Gen. Kornlloff scarcely put a pistol at the government's bead on Saturday unless he believe! that he could lire and adds that the Immediate future should show wheth- er he can. The Graphic thlnls that the prompt measures taken by Premier will do much to avert disaster, adding that "It was through a worse ordea at France had during and tor the revolution, but sns canic jrtu purified and strengthened am uaala can do the same as It Is a lane 1th mighty possibilities." Partial Evacuation know the revolutionary spirit will provo stronger lhau y-ur cannon, well kuowln; tb.lt In the your con- science will see clearly nnd that rou will march on lo victory and liberty side by side with Ibe revolut- ionary army. "Your strength Is greater than ours but your superiority Is merely ol phy- sical force. Moral is on our sldo. History relate thst the German proletariat marched against their Kutidn brothers forgetting the dictates of international solidarity." No Clash Yet. 1'ctrograd, Sept. repoit has yft been received of a collision be tvvetn government troops' and Tcrces of lien. Koriilioir, which are coming toward Pelrosrad. It Is officially stal- ed tliat a part of the rival forces met near Ilie-l a'ul communicated with each othej- without hostilities breaking out. One of Ora. Kornllolt's detachments Is said to be advam-lus from tho liuth sides are still organizing and np- ;iealiMK for support. The liourse Gaielte ?ays tbe cav- alry which Gen. Kornllolt sent against the capital reached lino, lilies froui Military sections of the council of solulers' aud workmen's delegates at Petrograd oad sent emis- saries lo explain the cuaraclcr ol Ihe movement of the forces of Kornlloff's cavalry. The delegates delivered mier Kerensky'3 order of the day and advance of tbe cavalry stopped at Dno to await further Instructions. Fri-mier Kerensky has sent Instruc- lions by wireless telegraphy to all rail- road orfil.nlzatlons requesting officials to refuse to obey" any order from Gen. sorniloff. The premier has received telegram frpm the commander of tbe laltlc fleet promising support. It is staled that Gen. Kaledines, At- aman of the CossarVs, has telegraph- ed to Premier Kerensky threatening hat if lie does not accede lo Gen.-Kor- niloff's demands the Cossacks will cut .he Moscow railway, Ihus isolating Pe- trograd. Int IHTtif METHOD ft cratting silo over a severe burn or scalJ Is by llic Zani-Rulc process. Zam-Duk contains herbal Ingredi- ents that literally grow ifir How much safer, simpler cheaper thin the old melhoJ. which was by surgery! Currie. or 191 Wft'ter- loo Are.. Uucli'X Ont.. writes: "3lr biby sustained a very severe burn, auil allhrugh he received medical attention tor elfhi wrcM. he sot very little better, finally the doc- tor told me tint akin noutJ hive to be grafted. Meantime I hul heird of Zim- lliit olid decided to try it first. Tills soothing balm soon drew oiit the inflammation, and ia ft short lime I could notice a great Improve- ment. Neir sVln began to (orm. and In three weeVs' lime the burn was quite healed over, uithoul having to resort to surgery." Zam-Bulc Is equally good for cuts and bruises, as ivell as for eczema, old sores, blood-poisoning and piles. -All dealers or 2aui-B.uk Co., To- ronto. boi, 3 lor ?1.25. ramBuk Winnipeg, U.--Tho Kree Press 'sttaste ot llic crop of 1817 Is as tot ou's: Wheat oats iMrtsy JS.7S1.060; Cax 163. Tljie estimate Is based on an Inspcc tlon euiUracitiR the three jtralrie prov iLces niRdo by llic commercial etiilo and the reports of over 200 local cor siwnjeills. The yield of wtiejt is placed at fif- leou bushels for Manltolw; fourteen for Saskatchewan, and twenty-five (or Alberta. Oats at Iwetilyflvc. barley at twenty and flax at nine for tlie three provinces. Tlio value of the crops Is plnced roughly at fbTo.OOO.dOO as com- pared with for the fnnious crop of 1915: 5225.000.000 for the crop of 1913. the year prior to the war; and 'for Hie crop of 1910. These- values are based on for wheat: cents for oats; 51 for bar- ley and J3 for fiax. The Free Press says It feels that th.c wheat cstlunto Is conservative and not bo surprised if the final re- turns show ii substantial Increase. Reports of local correspondents In- dicate that threshing Is very general nil orer the (vest, while In Manitoba It Is about forty percent, completed. lvcstoi-k Insurance. This new branch f ;ho business will bo taken cnor- ellcally ;ibw that tho hall Joasou is ver. l.elbbrHso Is now Ilio homo ot an usurnnco company that will tend to Keep thousands of dollars at homo vhlch formerly went outside llu> pruv nee. FELL FROM WINDOW Vancouver, Sept. Hey r.tilcls. n returned soldier was found dcnd with Ills uecls broken early this morulng lu n lano Qt tho rear u( tho Viuu'ouyt'i Hotel Annex. He liud evi- dently fallen from the wludow of Ills room on llio (Kill story. Ills physician Bildi that lie was subject lo (atutlu: [Its. What Press Agents Say r that business may not be too greatly disarranged on the calling ot the Qrst dralt. lie savs furlhcr: "IL will help the members of the called out to know as soon as possible whether or not they are physically .eligible. If they are found unfit they will upon ap- plication to the local tribunals, be ei- IT found fit they should con- sider whether Ihey should apply lor exemption upou any ground or mahe their airacgements for giving up cl vilian life." To facilitate Lliis work it Is the gov ernment's intention ID establish at a veri- early date medical boards at con- venient centres which -will pass author- itatively on physical fitness, and it IB desired to secure the co-operation of the communlly in support ot this mea- sure. With the appointment ol these medi- cal boards and tlie local tribunals the machinery for tho enforccbiciit of the ct and thb calling out of the first raft will be tomplete. 1OFJM HER MS HERE DfcAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING pacific Cartage Co. J.. D: Thonui O. Ferguion Phone %W London, Seut. dispatch I' he Exchange .-Telegraph compan rotn PeLrograd tella of the commence meni pi Hit- partlsr evacuation or Fe DRAYING 0' All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited F. R. Fftio'it Sllldt PHONES Office 11" Stables 19M YQUCANDD.BETTER- WE.AR KTH 1.ETHBRIOGE TO T HE OOOH There will be no cicuse IP future the ho.ifcboldora Df'-LelhhridKe .ukinfi water or the first time In the history of the i ty teals of the city water supply are cing rnade at regular a. ty employee. Sanitary Inspector allance, vho a year ago took a ourse in bacteriology in the hcallh epBrtment of the province at FA- iionton, now has received a complete upply of Instruments and chemicals nri la making tests In a temporary aboratory at tlie car barns. As soon the filtration plant Is in opcrallon will be made (here a3 B complete aboratory Is pail ot the plant. In the ast testa of city water, one taken on ept. cth shewed five bacteria per ublc centimeter and no evidence of Dilution, and one taken on Sept. 5th' bowed IS bacteria per cubic cenll- meter and some evidence ol pollution. ATTHEOIJPHEUM "Tlie Spelt ot the Yukon." will lie he feature at the Orpheum tonlehl. as well as tbe seventh episode of the Uroken There v.-ill slsa a Mutt and Jeff comedy cnrtoon. AT STARLAND Kathlyn Williams and House Pel- ers. the two spler.dici Morosco-Para- mount will be Feet) at Starland tor the last times tonight, in a uletur- Izalton of Willartl Mack's Ihrllliug story "The Highway of Hope." The scenes of this phofodramti are mostly laid in Ibe famous Death Valley of California tliroueil which year alter year hundreds of people struggle and toil in their search for Bold. AT THE EMPRESS "The End of the the Metres Columbia feature comedy drama, starring I.ionel riarrymore will he seen at the Empress Theatre'tonight 'The Knd of the Tour" has been adapted and directed by George p Uaker from the story by Earlo Jiit chell. It is a play.thal contains strong lutnan p'lea for happiness Col. Jessup. a man who seemed to have no gentler side to bis nature drove his youpg wife from their born by his harshness. She had lo escape to a place where thought she could find love and; true human sym pathy. She chose" the first meau that came to hand and ran away with a traveling theatrical company. Th young wife died, but her boy. whon she had taken and he In turn, went on ,lhjB stage. or h'lril to he "stranded in the town from which his mothe had fled, in which hisjalher np sister still lived. Ijpw he saved hi sister rrora an unscrupulous man an was reunited with her. and his fathc are situations in till powerful play. Though Southern Albcrla was Tls- >d by hail to a greater extent than r years past, the only hall Insur- j ce company composed of Southern I berla" shareholders, the Farmers llallTnsurance Co.. has come rough wlih flying colors, according a statement made to. The Herald uesday by treasurer G. F.MJletchcr. he company Insured .acres, rrylng a risk of more than 0 and collected premiums of close "We did more Insurance lan any company ever did in its first ear in Alberta. The company stood nh In tie province In the amount 1 -business written." The company has he government regulations and b ow authorized lo write farm, fire Una PROMINENT NURSE SPEAKS. POgra. saj-a the corresponded are htitily leaving Ihe city.. Onlg ne trains are filled to, their uluiCEt c there are tremendou uequea of people at all the "Tbe goTernment la taking measure o empty the city. It Intends to re-1 more the numerous tducallonal Inatl- utlons having toardlnf estabUsh- raenLs and nlso TO give fflclllllea for he removal rtf the private effects. "hcBe steps are principally In connec- fon with Ihe question of subsistence nd are only pprlly the result ot the military situation." Would Strike Pelrograd. Hepl. convcrsa- lona with Ibe ABsoclaled Press today sad era ol the Petrograd council ol depullea declared that tho provisional government's chief card was that the employees were entirely on Its aide and that ohduracy by Gen. Kornf- loff would result In a Keneral strike, deprlTing Kc-rniloff of all supplies and of all means of Imposing his will on the rest of Ho-ssla. Appealed to erosrad, Sept. commit- lee of tho I'.veHth Russian army he- fore 'Icivlns Riga, .leEl an appeal prlnfed In German mid addresser! to Ihe German sold (era, pointing out the latter making war nn thn atde of the aatocrar.y and ngaln.it a revolution of ifberly and Justice. The appeal aald the victory uf Kaiser wonM moan the end of demo- cracy. "We arc leaving I'.Iga, but vc AT TOWORRPW Af4Dr THURSDAY. r Nonea in Canada and' DM where the Same. Chatham, a nurse 1 had occasion to Dr, Pirret'i Favorite Prescript tion quite a lot. I always recommend it to my pfllicnU and IL haa been i wonderful help, k of them. 11 never knew o( I I cue where it failed j 1 have a rtatieDl who id using il now- aDj elie b doing fine ence Lat- r ing it. I have Ukeu it inyscH and got the very brst re- I consider it the bttt medicine Ihcre is to-day br women who are EDITH MOOM, 30 Dcggc SL, Outiiam, Oat. THAT WEAK BACK Accompanied by pain here and there be faint Gwlls, or are of dbilrcss for a woman. She may groying from girlhood inlo womanhood from womanhood to mojhcr- suffering during middls life, which BO many wrecl-j of iromen. all of periods of a wominT3 life ihe ehouM lake a lonio fcnd Jifrriri prescribed juni Biich cases by i" physician oj vast cxpcritrKe in the from HulTer, Pierced Prescription hai pJctcsTvuliy treated crises ia the past 50 yearfl than any other known remedy. It ran DOW he baa in1 sugar-coated tablet form M in the liquid. Sold by medicine or trial box by mail on of 50 ccnla in alampa. Df. Rerce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. I'icrcc'i Fellcli clear the vomplexion. Our Booklet Explains why Kootenay Ranges stay good as new, long after other ranges have worn out; how the asbestos joints prevent leakage of air or drafts; how the alum- flues prevent rust; and why they require less fuel than other ranges. Ask our dealer or write for booklet. KOOTENAY RANGE LOU DOS TORONTO MOHTREAL WIBSIPEG YlHCOUVKa I HilULTOM CALOiST II SliSATOOM FBMOKTOH For S.le by ibe TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. 115 FIFTH STREET S., NEAR HUDSON BAY CO; High-class Cafe and Grill THE CLEVEH ENTERTAINER AND HER DAUGHTER HAVE BEEN ENGAGED THE 'CITY BAND WILL GIVE" AN OPEN AIR PERFORMANCE AND WILL PUAY IN THE'CABARET DURING THE EVENING. CATiARKT AND DANCING rKKE OPEN FROM-'12 NOON TO 12 P.M. EX-SERGT. ROSEN, OF THE 25Cth- OVERSEAS BATT., PROP. THE CANADIAN BANK SIR EDMUND WALKER. C V O.. LLB.. D.C.L. Proidtnl H V. F. JONES, An'l Cen' JOHN V.C- BROWN. Sup't of Wrtrrn CAPITAI PAID SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS Security; courtesy are' assured who' theii' 'savings with. this ;Bank. v If It is not convenient for you to visit the Bank.pcrson- .ally, you may open your account entirely by mail. Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr, The original and genuine treat- ment for chronic 'diseases of wcnien and nervoul complaints. Send for free copy of "Universal Qulde lo and a trial box MRS, co, Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 1st St. W., Cllgarx CTARLANr) All Productions Guaranteed., MAL THURSDAY, ARTCRAFT PICTURES CORPORATION PRESENT THE POPULAR DOUGLAS -FAIRBANKS IN HIS LATEST MIRTH PROVOKING SUCCESS "WILD AND WOOLLY" 5TRccls Hsrold (Lonesome Luke) In "Luke's Acti and IQc. Evtnlnas 25c and 15c LAST TIMES TONIGHT KATJILYN WILLIAMS Mini HOUSIi PETEKS in of ii f-----Illlll J Ford Slerltns, Alice Davenport In "A Maidtn'fl Trust." Comedy. 1 EDMUND BREEZE IN THE SPECIAL RPHEUM "The Spell of the Yukon" AND "THE BROKEN CHAPTER T. Alio Plenty of Goad Clean Comedy fl" ALSO MUTT AND JEFF COMEPV. TONIGHT PRICES 10 A PLAY Of TEAR3 AND LAUGHTER IS CMPRESC-The End of the Tour' TONIGHT LAST TIME LIONEij.iARliYMORE' the Olar. A Five Act Metro Fejlurt Ran Power and Charrn. ;