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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT urrmmmr.E DAILT HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 19TJ FROM FhON? Will Be Satisfied Calgary. Sept. a whole the tanners of Alberta will, 1 iMnfc. bo satisfied with price of }2.21 for No 1 Northern, fiscd by the super- stated Mr. P. P. secretary of the Alberta li. F. A. "There will be a certain amount of dissatisfaction from fanners in dis- tricts that have a poor crop this year, but on the whole it Is satisfactory. There is one feature that is perhaps "tetter than we anticipated: that is. the closeness of the spread on the three grades Is eminently satisfac- tory. The mere fact that the gove-n- ment bss set a price on wheat is very much to our advantage for we are justified in asSins that prices he fixed on other commodities, such us farming machinery and flour." Local Comment "I would have thought they would havo made tbe price "id J. J. Tasker, ot Harems, la tbe }lerald this morning when he was told of tbe fiicd price ol 52.21 for wheat on a No. 1 f.o.b. Fort William. "Consider- ing that V. S. grades are lower lhau ours, the Canadian price should have been 52.25. However. I am. not dissat isfied." "It chould have been !2.2s.' was the comment of T. C. Beaver, who Is hear -llv interested.in producing farms in Soulheru Alberta. "I believe a lot 01 farmers will ship to the Minneapolis market If. Ihey can gel the cars." The farmers are wrong in thlntmg that they will get more by shipping to said a local grain man. "Since free wheat went into effect Minneapolis dealers havo been setting their grades higher. The sample mar- ket there might; however, give them a slight advantage, though they would probably be 'offset by the difficulty In getting cars and the additional freight rate.1' Altogether lie Herald was unaole to find a farmer who would mate more tthan a slight kick at the al- there were many who were, APPLES, ORANGES, FIBS to The Four Frits Used in Making "Fnfl-J-tim "FKU1T-A-TIVES" only mediciad in the nortd that U made from lie juices of fresh rijx fruits. Thus. it is rcanifestly uafiir to say, "I won't Ute Kruit-i-tivcs because 1 his 9 tried other remedies and they did me co On the other hanJ, the fact that "Fruit a-tivcs" is c'.Hnlj digereal (tarn any otter frt fe> alhn is just why you should give U a fair trial, so provides for increased remuneration tor freight rates on these loodstu..s. Has Faith in Russia. London, Sept. Ureiuhart, one ot the moil prominent mlnlus ami oil engineers In Kuisia. lias Just arrived in London, in Interview In tho Daily Mall today saysv faith in Russia. 1 nave known tho country more than twenty vuars and she will pull, throush. Whether Oen. Kornllolf will provo Ihe savior of society' I cannot tell. But of this I am military talorshtp has got to wine." After paying a tribule to Gen. hor- ntloff as "at least a man of action." Mr, I'rquhan asserts there are im- mense risks aud tow compensations ot gains for tho Germans In a furtlier advance oa even if the time of the year and the character ol tha country permitted. Russia, ho says, is lircd of war Just liko all the other belligerent peoples, but is not tired enough to make a separate peace. He adited: AUHdealcrsorscctpostpaid by Limited, In raostcusmattributed lo constipation, illsturbed digest- Ion, ruther thnn Imprudeut diet. A spoonful of ABBEY'S SALT in a jhss of warm waterttilleffectlvely but gently give Instant relief. Even vouni children will delight in tlliinj this srorUing, Mr. Urquhart characterized Prem- ier Kcrensky as "an honest visionary. At the bottom he is a talker, but little else. Premier Kerensky is afraid of the council of workmen's and sold- iers' delegates, is a Eelf-cousllt- uied organlartion of idealists, theor- ists, anarchists and syudlcalils with hardly any 'working men- or soldiers anions them, Some of them are known to bo In German pay. Their Ideas of discipline not only have ruin- ed the army, but all Russian indus- trialist." An unicmlvueut by Ilr. Neely cd to iho federal veto tOiUll.wu; men iiv those provinces where the legi- slature Las granted women suffrage. t was detailed on division. Tlio gov- eminent look tho stand that to give .lie vote to all women would nullify .ho compensation given under tho bill :o relatives ol soldiers. 'to charge all he thinks war times wll The price of S2.21 for No. 1 Nor. and No. 1 A. R. W. will give the average Southern Alberta fanner a slightly belter price than J2.00 net at point of shipment. The average freight and on a bushel of wheat is 15 cents. Most of the wheat wili grade No 3 to No. 1, and very little will fall that mark. No. 3 wheat shipped !from the immediate district round Lethbrldge will neV52 at point of ship- ment. This is a better average price ,than the crop of Southern Alberta sold 'lor last year when the prke not -hit to stay until April of the crop year, by which time most of the crop 'bad been marketed. At a net price'of 52 Per bnshel. Southern Alberta farmers will make a 'return of for the wheat raised in this railway division. The ''oat crop will net them another Korniloft could" help to crush the re- roll. Premier Kerecsky issued an order to ihe Petrograd garrison denouncing Gen. Kornlloff tor opening the front to the Germans and for sending a divi- sion of Asiatics against the capital while profesisog to defend liberty. Fljht the Triltor Gen. Kosemin, now commanding the I'etrograd city garrison, declared the meeting in the winter palace of the representatives of the different organ- izations: "Xo negotiations are possible with traitors. Our only future conversation will be carried on through cannon." "Onlv bavouets can now decide tbe was the declaration of Vice- Premier Nekrasoff. M. Tchernoff, minister of agricul- ture, has resigned from the cabinet. Ninety arrests were male la Petro- grad last night. Premier Kerensky has ordered the procurer of the Petrograd court to put Sen. Korniloff on trial under the his- toric one hundred and sixth statute for "conspiring to overthrow the ex- isting order." During the night. Premier KerensKy had a conference with Ihe procurer and gave a lengthy dictation of the details ot the conspiracy. State War in Moscow. Petrograd, Sept. provision- al government today declared that a FLOUR RETAIL HI the barley and the ifiax crop mating 'a total of from this year's crop in ;the Lethbrldge division. These figures :nre considered by experts to be verj COXTIXPED FROM FEOXT Vioil iiig 40 cents for sacks and 90 cents for milling, at the rate of 20 cents a bush- el for Ihls process, the cost Is brought up to 59.50 which should cover the miller's cost and giva him plenty..of profit. Allow" another 50 cents as the retailer's profit, and flour should be i sold over the counter at per bar- rel or per sack. These figures were given the Herald by a man well versed in the milling game, and "they are not far from the actual figures an inves- tigation of the milling industry would bring out. People are expecting ft decrease In the price of flour.': "When will it .be forthcoming? EY'S VITA TABL E T S Ihe aad eaikb the bioai 60 Cents a Box For Sale by All Druggists. ulatory speeches last evening from members of the staff. Mr. Croft, who presided, spoke ot MUs Downer's efficiency 'on the edi- torial staff, and her general popular- ity. .Mr. Long proposed the toast to Miss Downer, aud on behalf of the staff presented her with a handsome silver afternoon' tea cream and sugar service. JU-. Torrance proposed the health of Miss Cnscadden and presented her on behalf of the staff with a beauti- ful cameo lavallier. The young ladles made suitable replies. Tcasts were drunk to the king, to the chief, Mr. Buchanan, in whose al) sence'Mrs. Buchanan to Ihe new members of the staff., Jlrs Howard, who takes Miss .Downer's place, Miss Hagel. who takes Jvlls place. Mr. Troxell. Ihe new operator for the Canadian nation a! news sen-Ice, and others. The company were regaled durln the evening with music by Mrs. How ord and Miss Porter, and a ver pleasant time was drawn to a clOE with the national anthem. Ottawa, Sept. desultory day Isi the house ended in au intimation ol Iho cerlaiuty of further closure. Tee new franchise bill was under discus sion In committee ot the whole. The committee had spent hour after houi in what was mainly a discussion o technical points. About mUiiigUt Mr Carvell expressed fear that the gov eminent would Invoko the closure t get tho bill through committee. He asked the direct question what Ihe government intended lo do in this rt- gard. The prime minister In his reply, de- clared that the opposition had used un- necessary obstruction on Saturday. The government was willing to give Wednesday and Thursday to commit- tees on th'o bill .providing the opposi- would guarantee Ihlrd reading on idav. It was desired to prorogue if ssible, not later than tho end ot next eek. "The bill Is revolutionary In charac- r, and should not be railroaded rough the house." Mr. Carvell pro- sled. "There should be a full discus on." Hon. Mr. Graham. In, the absence of r Wilfrid, said he could haidly say hether the opposition would be will lo guarantee the third reading on rlday. "There is no desiro. to ob met the Mr. Graham declared lut there are not more than 12 met i the house who understand it am e want full discussion." Despite the objection, the housi from clause to clause, and GERMANY'S REPLY, Amsterdam, Sept. Wel- ser Zeitung says that the German reply to Benedict's peace plea will contain no details, but will accept in principle the pope's peace program. The paper adds that iiie reply will not be submit- ted to the main committee of the reiclisUg. ___________ state of war exists in the town and district.of Moscow.. Moscow Loyal. Moscow, Sept municipal ouncil of Moscow has issued a proc- FAREILL10 f consiuyieu eujicua ____-- L-V.I -'conservative and it would not be. sur-1 lamation mtlma ing that he inhabl- tiantu of the ajcient capital 01 Russia ought to rise'as one In defence of the prevent'civil war. The proclamation appeals to all cities of Hussla to support the provisional gov- ernment. The Moscow garrison, the associations of profes- sional clasies-_and the railway, work- ;of -loy- "altS'i to 'government. Ko'rniloffs Proclamation. Petrograd, Sept. text of Ges." Korai loft's prodlamallon: was published here today. The first dated at Jlohilev de- nounces Premier Kerensky's descrip- tion of Vladimir Lvolf's mission as untrue and declares that Korniloff did -'prising if the final returns eclipsed of the big crop of 1916. Certain- ly they will be higher than the returns the crop of 1915; IN LUCK "Had any luck with your 1' "Yes. two or three ears 'of corn the thieves.-havcn't.swiped is .yet." OF HERALD SIAFF COME TO TERMS Paris, Sept agreement o' tained from the belligerent powers b King Alfonso permitting the freemov ment of BrilisTi and French hospit ships in Ihe Mediterranean and in th Atlantic as far as the English.channe provides, ft, was announced today, fc the removal from. Frencb.jhospit. ships of German officer prisoners aft today. On its part the German go ernment will remove French prlspne from the exposed positions on t front where they were placed as ,ac of reprisal, BIG HOTEL BURNED. Montreal. Sepl. Clarendoi lotel, al Ste..Anne Do llellcvue was urneil to Ihe -'ground this morning ,'inety guests sleeping on the preii] ses at the time made hurried exit n tlieir nlBht attire. Tho loss wil jc about ILL BE ABIE 10 Cleveland. O., Sept, uncer- ;altily regarding tho ability of tho gov- ernment to move grain crops fruitf tlio northwest to lower lafce ports removed today aflcr a meeting here f I lie (.'nrrlers' aas-jL-ititlou, re- presentatives of tho C'unadiau acid United Stales' grain commissions, untl Julius 11. Ilarnts, director ot grain division of Uio government's food com- mission. Tho vessel owners not only assured tlie government o[ plenty ol tonnage, but accented a rale that was named by Mr Ilnrnes. The rate from ports at the head ol LaJio Superior .to Uuffalo was fixed af 4y> cents jief bushel (or'Ihe regular season of navigation, which means up to midnight. November :iO. The rate [or December loading and storage will bo fixed at a later meeting. otice ot closure in committee was ivcn by the minister. The SOT- rnment agreed to reprint the bill in uch a form as to uake it clear how t amends the Dominion election act. You may want to change your automobile, or your piano, or, even your home- but you will never want to change the COFFEE, when once you taste the delectable flavour of Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. j n. ana 2 pound tins. line {round for fercolitors. Nevar sold la 182 A pleasant affair took place ot the Hudson Bay tea rooms evening at C.30 when the Happy Fam- ily, the Herald staff, gathered for an- other of their informal dinners as a farewell.to two members of the staff who havft severed their "connection with the Herald..'Miss GladvsVDow- ner, w'h o has forthe'pasl1- two :years leen society editor 'on the'Herald, las- vacated that position, and her marriage to Mr. Fatrfield Hornp takes place this MIrail. Catcadoen, vho succeeded her brother Lewis as circulation manager, is leaving the staff to attend These two very popular-young ladies WOMEN OF CANADA. Fcrt Coubnje. 1 am tell you that ywf medicine did wonderful stood. 1 Irouoled t with wealcaces aad t I tried wines and I other Ihinga but I received Tery BttVi 1 benefit. I wu young at the tim and knew Tery_h't- ?tle about medicine; till Udy friend cuce to me with a bottle rf Dr Pkne'a Farorita frwcriptiMi. I became itrcM and afterward had 1 BIUDT, Fort Coolonp, Quebec, Thousands of women right here Canada who now bleared with robuM health cannot understand why thousand" of other women continue lo worry puffer when they can obtain for a trr _ urn TK Pierce's Favorite Prescription which wili surety and quickrr bioM al pain, distress and maery ana rotate womanly health. Young roolhen who prtserTe In charms' of face and figure in spite of a increasing family aud tbe care of growin children are V) be eoried. TaTor He Prescription'' PTM Iho ant bcalth upon which happy taoUierbooi It Ihe mother to nour Ish tbe iofant Ufe depending on her, an cnioy Ihe bappineM of watching the TtJopncnt of a perfecU; healthy child. i A CHEAT BOOK .THAT KVERT WOMAN SHOULD HAVE. Ofer a million copia of lie Comraoo Sent Medical Adrner t'mk that ban and rw cut of accident or xckness. Jted fifty (at for maUi te Dr.-'IKfM' oh Owrwr'i fnmittt If Book Hh NOW, By Attending This Lecture j Frederic Villierts Of the "Illustrated London News" The greatest living war correspondent, who has seen more war than' any other man alive, having (he eye-witness of twenty campaigns, will give his unique war talk, v "What I Saw at the Front, with the British and French Armies" ILLUSTRATED WITH 100 OF HIS OWN Wesley Church, Friday, Sept. 21st AT 8.15 P.M. UNDtR THE AUSPICES Or THE LETHBRIDOE BRANCH CANADIAN BED CROSS SOCIETY Adults 5Oc f.hntflren .25c TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT JACKSON A CO., DRUGGISTS. ;