Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
FHIDAY, SEPTKMI1EK II, 19lV TUK LBTl'lBRinr.F. OAn.T HERALD PAGE FIVE IJon't torftl (ho leisure on war In ttic Norlli l.cl.'ibrlilsu United rburrh. cor. 7lli Avc. and 13lh SI. S. loulelil at 3 o'clock, given by HOY. I1. II. Hucslls, H.A.. D.U.. secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance. TLo Euujecl. War and Xa- llonal lldc.ils shoilil ]lrorc ID nil. Tiio following iihasrj will be and religion, what la Gorman Icultur asd ;var and women. No admission. A collodion will bo taken hi Lohalt of Sabbalh observance. Don't Neglect your stomach. Keep it strong and well. When food disa- grees wilii it, strengthen it with BEECHAMTS PILLS Worth a a Box MARKETS Winnipeg, Sejjl. situation in tho rash market was yraiMlcally uu- diunged Irora ycslerdey. Thcro was dcuumd extremely light Wheat prices were the same, excepting uunibcrs sii and wcro lliree and two ccut3 high- er Oats unchang- ed and the damui.d continued good. The demand for barley Eh owed IIIQIQ cent higher was quoted Tor numbers 3 and 4 grades. There was moderate business In ILo market for futuro delivery wllli prices fairly steady around previous close: AH (he (Jan opllona were strong and ILrco to five cents lilgTier. October oals closed unchanged; November Iwer; December lower and May ?BC lower, October (lax closed 3c up; November 4c up, and December higher. Octuber barley closed Ic lower. Winnipeg Market. Gala. October November December May..... October October November December Wheat Belt Hotel NEW DAYTON Under New Management CLEAN, AIRY ROOMS BEST AND CHEAPEST MEALS (U THE SOUTH COUNTRY. POUTER MEETS ALL TRAINS GUESTS RECEIVE PERSONAL 'ATTENTION OF PROPRIETOR H- L. HEILIER, PROP. Boulton's Auto Livery KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery Phones: Day-----MS 0 Night- Open.- Close. C4 G7K 32C Ottawa. Sept. division hells rung ivtlhln ten minutes after ttio house met tilts Ihe oy- position di all engine Sir Robert Hot- lien's motion fur ilosure 01. !he llilri reading ol (he War Times Eieclloii Act. It iirGvldes "thai this debate be not further The motion was adopted on a vote of 52 to 32, a Kavt'rniaeal majority of -3. Hugh Uulhile, of South Welling- Lon, aud J. C. Turhrr. of voted uftli the Ur. .Mlcliutil Clark, of lloJ Deer, whu military caste and U would bring a condition fraught with grave dangers lo Iho country. In flo3ltiB. Mr- Lap-jiiiio asserted that ihe people of Canada Itke fair pltty and Ihfcy would tliia last dcsQerata act of a despotic govern- ment. W. K. Knowlca of Bald that parliament was asked (or miserable political rousruis Lo break a pledge given lo nalnralircd citizens In Iho name ot the ''These privileges were helns tafc- the dlvlsloji was taken. -Krncsi Lapolnte. Liberal No. 2 Nor...218 4 No, 6 Nor..-ITS ;......1CS 315 Cash Prices. No. 1 Nor...221 .Vu. 3 No. Nor.. .ISC Feed _______ No, 2 C.W... GSVs No. 3 C.W. No. 1 leert No. I'feed.. C5U No. 2 feed No. i ......124 Rejected and feed No. J N.C.W..... No. 2 C.W...320U member (or kaniourasV.il. whu 'resumed the de- bate, said lie dostrfil to quote (Ire Blatcnicnt of Disraeli that a Conserva- tive government Is an hy- pocrisy." A Manipulation. .Mr. I.apolnte characterized the bill o disgraceful manipulation of the franchise designed to frustrate Hi I own personal aggrandtzpmenl-" .120. .115 .............321 Xu. 3 Chicago Market, Chicago, Sent. prices ral- lied today after au early decline. The Initial was duo lo prevall- warmth and Eunshlue, but was later offbCt by a forecRsl o! cool, cloudy weather. unfavorable to the proper development of the crop. Ev- ery day of adverse at pres- ent v.as regarded us Increasing the cliuncc ol GfiVRrc damage by frost. The movement iu winter'wheat sec- onB rcinamcd cllEUppQlnlhig. Millers continued to send In numerous orders which tlic CMcagd representatives of the food adiulni-strator was unable to fill. nominal.! Corn- No. 2 yelldw. 217 to 220; No. 3 yellow 217 lo 218; 215 lo 3 while, standard, G2 lo C314. Sir Ilobt, liorden has l that tho Machinery wflfi In mutton lliin mornfug by Mayur Mar'lic for the cs- labllshiueut lu LolhltrlilKu of a valiigcenl hospital tor reiurned soW- Icra a vocational school In fojiuecllon. liiYeattgaUon laatlfi Ly mayor led (o tho disclosure Dial iheitj Is ton gesUon lii similar Institutions In t'al- gary and Ednionlon. and tlvp.l the op- portune tliiie has corns ts :..c7c f'jr an establishment licrc. U Is calculalcJ that DIM-P arc llilctl In that pm or Altiena twcea L'rowa Nusl anJ (low Is! br; w.lUni; lo bank Hpyn ibr sm-rt-ss of "Tint UarrJt-r' cvrrynhero, prlju-l- pally bLMiu.tO il luiri such a irouien- duu-i auOU-'M c II v.-lll slir any mnmuiniy and rauso Miosi) who saw Ii 10 nvOLuniond It vnihuslasitiully to ilii'ir fruinls." The Harrier com- tnii (o Tluirsda.v for three It is in n-i-13. AT THE EMPRESS lot No Better Salt in the World dsor able and i ot Iho L'rov Hue beh he-! ami I etn j foil and 5000 BOldim. aiul ii that hospital iiccounnojatton ntnl re- Jralnrriff fjclllttes for lliese inpn shouIJ he rruYlded os near their homes aa Howard Stutchuury of tiic At'J Commleslon Ifi In the city today Winnipeg, Sept. toard of grain supervisors cf Canada hat ordered that upon all wheat purchased by or for the flour mills In Canada between Sept. 12, 1917, and August 31, 1919, (Inclusive) there shall be by the purchas- er a sum of two cents per bushel to the board of grain supervisors and upon all Canadian wheat ex- ported between the same dates the exporters shall pay a sum of four cenls per bushel. The sums will be collected by the Lake Shippers' Clearance Association. BIG LINER SUNK. New York, Sept. firmation oC the destruction by a Gcrrrmn submarine o[ the big Atlantic Transport I.lner Mlnnchaha, with loss of life. was reported by ilic line to- day from Jts office In KnglatiU. A cable niesaage said 13 iiiciu- bere of the crew perished and 110 were saved. o- v Q_TT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone Ntflht Phone 787 poiiibLllty of Accident. Montreal, Scpl. cliances of the Quebec .urltlpe being completed in ft few ..Jay a, also ,lho noaaiblllly that epan about to bb rais- ed may-lake Another (umblif Into the SI. Lav-TOnce were leflirtert In the unyinp; of' Dninlulon. Hrldge slock on Ihe stock exchange tills momlng. "Soreral" hundreil shares icbangetl bands L.t 1-15 and 144. Bar Silver High. New 'Yorti.'Sopt.' 'slKcr. due lo Yv'ar conditions lias been Tor several rooullis rapidly advancing In price today sold at over an ounce. It wns quoted nl fl.OO which Is cents over yesterday's price'. Dollar silver' has not been seen in many decades. .During the, war the 'price more llia.u'.doubled, Ibe metal mvlng sold at cents an ounce In November.or ID14. Tlie advance Is largely lq' lie.ivy. wJtJiiIrawaJg ol gold from clrcula'tlon'lo meet the fin- inclal situation which the- war lina Icvcloped, nccessHatlns the subsUfn- ,lon ol silver. I'rqflucllon has not been Increased and.the supply from ionic Gourdes has been curtailed. I Showers' Auto I Day and Night Service. I I. Stend al White Lunch I I Thoiic 1127 I DRAYING Ptionei 1345 or 13M. Turner Witchel! Sfflco it Kennetfy'i iiianiiKiTj have n corner on llie naflun'H feminine lDvellrh.ss. This: fail v.ill tleltKtitdilly demiHistrat' when Dorothy 1'hlllips, Molly Malone. Claire On Hray jnJ Groti-be-n J.oilorvi' breeze arrows llie mvnen In the ciiyas- lug I'jilsodcs to Lt- reQectoj In lilun- Mrd when "The Hesi-ue" is pj-L'.-ejili-J .-i.f Thu Eltiac'tlnti at ibe] Kinpress theatre loniRlil. Thesft I ail-1 irs were i-sppcjully pick-! ed, so io sav becaust' uf their aril abilities iti wear line i raiment c-niircsMuff conatioua- ness. U then1 are Jive pretlJor girls I u In pkturea than the- I'tiillii'n Malonc, Dray. Lcderer and Aster there are well paying jiwllloiis awali-j shows ll lu Llltle liic then; a I Dlucblrd's Studloa In Loa tu lhp saya, ttoll. Angetcs moiher, war Is hoJI." JluL Billy would say director Helchc-r and all "he members or the company trJfrl to Induce him to say it, but he positively refused. He as- land Ills (in soldiers. 'rnoiher jiicks up one ot the broken, AT STA11LAND There is one spoken title In Hie _., .________ _______ ._ T l.aKky-l'aranioimt production or ''I'n-! scrted thai his mother told him that which will he recn at hell was a naiiglily word and Siarlmid tuniehi ftnil tomorrow, wllh UvouUln'i say 11. They (Inally com' Kannlc in ilic stellar role, wjilcli promised by him saying when they Is ascribed 10 Hilly Jav-obs: LU- jwcre pliotoKraphlng the lie IJllly, however, has issued Illlly will say when he denials of having made such n state- sees the picture on the screen ani dls- ATTHEOKl'HEUM An iulhorlly "'The Earrlpr' Is surely the greatcsl human drama without- spectacle ever presented in fitting lengths tor an evening's enter- tainment.- It la the Lest nine-reel T'sr.sh' and Hospital hat ipint two yejri ttudylnf dltlons and needs In the Hotpitalt She hai twice vtitted the Front with the Canadian Army Medical Corps and the1 French Sante Milit.ifre, and recently brought back with her a of practical and useful information regarding Auxiliary alia a magnificent series of lantern illustrating life behinu the lines with the British' and French Armies fn the Field. Silver Collodion. Lecture Under Auspices Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, L 0. D. E, "GOD SAVE THE KING" MARRIED" AND "CHANG TONIGHTS-TOMORROW JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS FANNIE WAK1) IN "UNCONQUERED" THE MARTYRDOM -of- NURSE CAVELL Next Week 17. 18. 19th ONE OF THE SUPREME HUMAN TRAGEDIES OF THE WOMAN'S FATE JTIRHtO -THE .HEART OF THE WORLD. ;i i, FOR CHILDMH (Je.