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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Ml VlIU LKTIIHIUDGE DAILY THURSDAY, SKPTEMBKtl 13. 1017 Flour Millers Say Price of Altogether Too Low standard loaf cf tread IB evident from conversation ell the slreei. and every- one si-ems coufidfDL lltal ii'.o foci controller will such a Winnlpee. Sept. Western Canada and Ibe Lafcp ol lUe companies hive auoouucej u 30 cem drop in Ihe price ol- Hour; Biaklng besl paleoli I1I.M a barrel. Tho obove dtpatch received oyer (he Herald's iviro loday U ihe firsl Indication Ibat lie' price or [lour will Ecek the Ifvel of prices. Just vhat ihe retail price be as re- sult ot this last drou in (lour mains lo be announced, bm LL presciii fi.25 !h" al Tlio uatural tlrop would be to i EllCfc. LtH-al millers confess themselves to he Jiiappolntei) over ihe Herald's ar- lime. anJ recently King Ferdinand and ijclc pi io the eltect that Icrpnu Prince IJoria an3 I'rlnce Cyril itour shoul.1 relnil In LethbriJgc it !vtsf summoned lo Uer bedside. 55.00 per sack following the lUIng ol'j the price ol uheit. They areue u prire of ?J Is altogether too low, snJ state ibn tliey can produce Jis- [0 prove their contention. Tliat ihi- IKra'.u's ilenres were mlU however, is hy the (ol-; Jowliig special JiMatch to ihe-Cal- gary Horalil yesterday, enianallns frora Winnipeg, ic" tbe Lead- Quancrs ol ihe Millers' association: -The chW significance as accepted liy Ihe Brain industry -j lliis centre. Bulgarian Queen Dies Sofia, Sepl. 1-, via Elenorft of Bulgaria died hero this af- teraoon. Slic hati been ill for some OF FRENCH NAMED Gtnenils Will Advise Under- Beta Named o'[ the arbitrary filing ot J121 as ihe basic for the 1917 crop Is Ihai Inevitably tbe food controller .will bo forced lo reeulale at once the prjce.ot Hour. The phase was by the board during irie' negotiation! i closing Ust night, but :tjiey have no atithoriiy lu this dlreclion. the J highEsl price of wheat at 52.-1. this rrprejents at profil, ot JS uarrflV'of to eiceed lUlv cents, while twenly-IiTe cents a. barrel Is Ihe "profft allowed by the food controller In the States." That there Is an insistent demand1 for the Hie standard and f rice of Hour, ami also tbe price ul a -I.oral ConserTatives confess com- plete ignorance of the statement pub- lished In ihe Montreal Gazette lo the elTecl. thj.t CoL J. S. Stewart. M.L.A., would opposo W. A. Buchanan, M.P-, ID the next election in the neir Lelh- bridge constituency. One Conservative, prominer.t in the parly here, characterized the report as a canard this morning. Another stated Ibat CoV Stewart could have had tho nomination two years ago when AV. S. Ball was nomin- ated. All confess" lo know nothing aboul any change in plan, and believe that the Montreal Gazette iias been wrongly informed. Paris. Sept. JTcnrfc war com- mittee lo be composed ot the premier, or war. the minister of foreign, affairs, the minister of marine, the minister of munitions anil the four ministers is Institut- ed In a decree wiiich in to- day's Journal Official. The minister of (luaucc will take part in the meet- ings when his department is affectecV. Tho generals of the army and lite admirals of the navy" will assist at Ihe meetings in which they will have consultative rights. Tho functions and attributes of tho committee will be defined In a decree to be. issued later by tbe premier. _ The names of eleven under-secret- aries of start in the nevr cabinet x-ere made nubile last night. Fire are at- tached to the war department fol- lows: Medical services: Justin J. 1, Dumesnll; general adnnnl-lrallon, Dr. Mourier; lllljtl- lion, military, justice and pensions, Pierre inventions. J. L. Bre- ton. The others: Interior, Victor Pcy tral; iinance. Paul Bourely; coiu mercc, Paul -Morel; merchant niarln 1 and maritime transport, attached to [the department ot coramirce, Anatole Do Monzte: bluckade, attached (o department ot foreign affolrs, Alta Melln; fine arts. Albert DaUmler. Sixty thousand employees have been added to the roll of Iho United Stales Ordnance Department since the- deed atlon of war. By Attending This Lecture Frederic Villiers OI the "Illustrated London News" The greatest living war "correspondent, who has seen more war Ihsni any other .man alive, haying been the" eye-witness of twenty campaigns, will give his unique, war talk, "What I Saw at the Front, with the British and French Armies" ILLUSTRATED 100 ..OF HIS OWN SKKTCIIES Wesley Church, Friday, Sept. 21st AT P.M. UNDER THE AUJPICES Or THE LETHBR1DOE BRANCH CANADIAN. RED CROSS SOCIETY ADMISSION; Adults 5gc Children 25c TICKETS MAY PURCHA1EO AT JACKSON t CO., DRUGGISTS OX IN POIM HKl. MASSPf- Madrid, Sept. hu declared In a itate of ftley, according to a telegram received here from on account of a general All eitablichmenti n the .capital have teen weunted by the expiation of HEARLEC1EOF COT, Lelhbriilgo people, noted for Ihe eat record they have made in war oil: anil the interest they have taken M IliiuKS relatlug lo theait west, ho aays. Is so uul- roriuly good. COMING! The Noted War Lecturer and Author CAPT. JULIA W. HENSHAW i C. E. F. WILL GIVE HER Illustrated Lecture "THE FIELDS OF FRANCE" In Knox Church Saturday Next, Sept 15th at 8.3O P.M. Montreal, Sept- Dour- assa, the Nationalist chief, In the course ot articles in Lc Devoir on the franchise act says: "The'British warred on the Boers In Soufh Africa because tho. latter wouldtnot give the franchise to UIl- landers (foreigners) who had not liv- ed in Ihe country for more Uian four- teen years, after Krugor had offered to reduce the term to five Here our own Doches take the vote away from thousands o[ settlers "who have, come here In good faith.11 -Mr. Bourassa deals vith Sir Ilobcrl _ Jordan's slajnmenl Ibat the foreign- j era' thus disfranchised arc "hol-com- pellqd to serve in the'army hy reply- ing Uiat if that is JJIQ case, what about ihe thousands of ivomeo, rela- tlvca of solillergj who'are going to be given the vole? They don't serve. Mr. also contends: "Vi'e have reached that degree ol aberration that glorification and mil- The Lecturer will give the Story of the Wounded at Dressing Station and the Lines with the Brftith and French Armies In the Visit to the F9rtreas of Verdun and the French Grave and Gay of Soldiers In France. Captain Hcnshaw, who is a fully qualified expert on Trench and Hospital Auxiliary Supplies, has spent two studying con- ditions and needs in the Hospitals Overseafe'She his twice visited the Front with the Canadian Army Medical Corpt and the French Sante Mllitalrc, and recently brought back with her a vvtalth of practical and useful Information regarding Auxiliary Supplies, also H magnificent series of lantern slides'.illustrating life behind the lines with the British and1 French Armies In the Field. Silver Collection. Lecture Under Auspices Sir Alexander GaH- Chapter, I. 0, E. "GOD SAVE THE KING1' volt. General Patchlnsky, second in [itarlsrn may b'e Imposed .liuCm us wlto-- commarrt to Gen. Sayinkotf commsn-' UU-L slightest regard far social or- der of the PeupEJ-ad. district declares jer for tbe honor of'the array li- the revolt may now be considered lo bn a, final and irretrievable failure. He pays the question of Gen. Kornl- a matter of appointment loft's snrrenfler la now secondary Importance. Premier as commander In. chief of the armies baa been confirmed officially byi the abinet. Gen. Alexiett has been Von- rinctl as his chief of staff. Vice re rale r Nekrasoff thai en. Alfexlelf has sent a telegram to er. Kornlloff demnndlng -his' Im- ledialo surrender. New Line-Up Petrograd, Sept. Vn outline of the constitution and pol- cy of the new government and thn uture leadership of-th'c army was rawn tonight by Vice FremVer Nekra- off. General flussky, Xekr.isnK stated, will he named commander oh the nor- nern fronf, while Gen. Dragomlroff will lie in command on the western ront and Gen. DJedcrlclis wiJl be .uartcrmastcr general. The fioiicy which Gen. Korniloff de-mantled for army control will not Le pursued, zc- cording Lo the vice premier. The goTcrnmenl, M. ftckrasoff tic- 'Tared, will he condunled en the same social lasls as formerly, leaning ncf her more to the right nor more lo the left. Trie government will not'be a coalition one, he added. Inasmuch as iia existence will not depend upon an Inter-party agreement. Ife said M. Pkchchenoff, Iho minister of fooil and supplies, wJf! rcai'gs aa at so will M. Savikorl. (ho assistant m of wnr. He Indicated Uhat bango In Ihc minister of lorefgn af alru was also probable, self. "If the bandlla -Monetle'and un- fortunate HantUlcld spent a few days in Kngland and Trance all their rela- tives, vould have voted while the aia; ters o[ Paul Caron and Jean Chauvin, dying gloriously for France, would be deprived of Llie SEND ANZACS HOME ___i Adelaide. South Australia, Sept. 33. Router's Ottawa direct general ot recruiting stales that arrangements have IICCD made to M.OOO of the original Australians home for the lioJMayg, Ir- respective of whether corresponding reinforcements are senL The director general believes thai the visit of these gallant mr-i will give a great stimulus lo recrulllng. Petrogntl, Sept. newly iormed "temporary military comnill- ;ee" v.-lilch hag hccn all right, totlay received Ihc following: informa- tion: "Fresh troops, three fiolnfas of CossacliS and two liaUcrlcs of artillery, have arrived al _s. and liai'i; been despatched lo Iho. village of Scarzcrye, 15 ver.itfi dis- tant. Altogether, foxirtccn echelons have arrived at Lnga anrt many more arc on Ihc way. "Tho provisional government Is In touch with Luga anil la laklnR meas- ures In-get Into communJcalion with the rovoUlhg troops. "The central executive committee of tbe council of deputies have cent orders lo Krontiladl and Vlborg lo cllf.- patch lo 1'elrngrad n >arl of the local forces, all of vrhtcli re Iruo lo the government. Some ot htac troojia already have arrived. "General fialoff, commander of the mllllary dlntrlcl has assured .he government of hte rupiiort. "The council of deputies at VltchxTC that the garrSann there aa well an the garrison al Minsk, Sinot- and Tolotak, eland firm lor the Ottawa.1 Sept. dclcgallon rcp- rcsentlng' (lie Canadian Manufactur- ers Association watted on the prime minister today to present a series of resolutions recently adopted hy the association. The resolutions apjirorc of (he adoption at 'compulsory military ser- vice by mentis of-tno selective draft {the members of asaocfatton pledelne themselves lo assist In every possible in the carrying out of the provisions o[ llio-military service furlber tlic rcsoluliona regard il as essential thai Ihc cabinet Rhould be reorganized Along lines that. wlM[ secure the fullest "pogjible nicapiire o[ uallonal unity and cooperation; Ihcy urge thai a larger hualncss men should bn included, with a representative of ngrlcnUnrc, labor and manufacturers. '1'hc assocblion also' expressed the opinion that, in view of (he grave Issues arul rcapoti- Melbburne, Sept. L. Huohcs, premier of Australia, today nn.iounced In the hoine of repr-aentallvea that tKe Qovern- mcnt Intended to consult the churcnc'a regarding some farm of marriage by proxy between Aus- tralians at the front and women in Australia, THE STOREofBlG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CAflSroTHtOOOR PKONp789. Ing power of Ihc country and thoiiRht thst R-I Incor.iG jircpGrly adjualnd and applied, A fair method of reach- ing the end desired. ECONOMY IN PRINTING Ottawa, Sept. creation o an editorial board of Ihree members of the civil service thoroughly center flanl wllh public affAlrn, Is recommend Ity.tho Joint committee of both Jio'jsc-s irhich ban fonsJde economies In public printing as Ihc most effective way to bring1 about a HUN AVfATOR KILLED Amsterdam, Sept. Waller Ilohcndorf has been killed, accidentally on the western front, according to an announcement 1n German newaiiapcra. llohe'rifTcrf wag repvlsd to he Cler- jnany's bent n viator after JJoeJVe nr.d ramclmann, of whom were killed on the western front. liYKON NOW PKES. Chicago, .1. president of the Chicago, Milwaukee ami St. faul Kallroad, announced last night that II. E, Ilyron, of the Chicago, Burlington and Qulnoy Railroad, liail hccn EC.Icclcd to Biicceeil him as presi- dent of Ihc SI. I'Aiil. Forma! II was Raid, making Mr. Myroh dcnt and Mr, KarlJng chairman of me board of Iho SI. rcul road VvOnhl be taken al a meeting of In CLERK'S RECOVERY AS- TONISHES LETHBRIOOE .cthljrldeo people will marvel at this clerk's recovery. His stomach was so bar! ho could cat vciy little. Evenr- ne fermented and eourctl. Had slomach couch. Doctor 'artvlocd huolt- thorn hark, glycerine, etc., ts mlicd In Adlcr-l-kj. O.VK SPOONFUL hcln- him INSTANTLY. TJccauso Aiilcr-l- ka Gntntlaa.IIOTII largo and sranll In- _ (estln It relieves ANY C1A9B conall- pallon. fiour slomach or gas and pre- vonls nprcnrtlr.ltta. 11 lias QUICKEST Bcllon of anything ivc ever sold. J. lllglnhotlinm ft Co., Ud., Drugglali, Ailvcrlfscmcnt, fn the cosl o( Mew YorTc Ihc lallcr part of the Iwy and month. When We Leave Your House Ton can ilepchd' ort It that your plumbing Is In perfect condition e'vo Job our best ef- forts wh'cthcr II be tho Install- ation of 'a new lollet or tho repairing of a leaking nlpo or Joint. When you have a plumbing need call 113 up. We'll respond promptly and do what via needed In tho name way. Walker PLUMBING, HEATING AND OASFITTINO Phone 521 S16 4th Aye. S. ;