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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'IUIUY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1917 DIB LETHIJHIDOE I'- DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Feojrr shlcl of Iho Petro'graJ district staff to a correspondent eluca Ike beguiu- IU5 of Gen. Kornllotfa reroll. toe As- sociated Vrcsa early mornUig ar- rived at Ibis Tillage, which Ii the headquarters ol the stiff iif A rlllv regiment ot tho guard wUch, wilt I wo oilier ride regiments. Is eoajaged la liol'ltns the from ous division.. Thn.sHua-. lion here Is as lollowe: Although all danger of an" armed itniEBll Is now oue" ojrlslon allll not agreed to surrender on the. .Urnls framed. Ly tho provisional goTornrnentlasI night, tail It lias formally pledged.itwlf.not lo attack Iho Kerensky forces.- With 1U arllllerjr and 'machine iun detach- ment, tha division, which, b. cornpor cd ot tribesmen'from the paocaiua, Is quartered Hr vlllanea toillli o( thlj entrench merits, sentries -or reconuolterlna; ua- Irola. ]'QE-liiB VUhlri fitly yards of the posts ufc'rKo'Bdve'rhmeil'lines.' Russian officers conslanDi-. pry cscjlng into tha cjmn of-the Caucas- ians carrying proclamations elsnei] hy General Fllppenko, the supreme commander, advising the troops ot the dlvlMou lo abandon their j officers and, to march lo TsarskoB-: Sclo. Likewise, tribesmen'froru the division all the (tiiie aro comloE Into ropovo with plani'lor a settlement. Shot HImiclf. Pclrogrid, Scpl.: being by Premier Kerensky at Hie TT'nicr Jnfonacil-of tlio fate which him, General Krulmoff, corumandor of the Komlloft troops vrbtcfi were sent against-Pel- rosrad, returned lo Ills lodglugs to- night and 'himself. The fan- v eral's wai'e not falal. Kornllofl'j Punishment Washington, 3epl. KoV- nllofr'B punishment aeeroa one- or ths points 'concerned in the formriUon ot n new Russian cabinet. Uublnclal re- jjorls rcacljlpjj' here' today Indicated that Premier' Kerensky was determin- ed lo Inflict a heavy penalty aa a warn- ing against future uprisings but cer- WHY IS IT that caionlo ikln. oMacaaM which all other treatments yield to Zirn-Buk T 11 li because la icrDit- cldal. has such power ot penetration IhiVK ruches In Itie underlying tluues aad arm from the "root" up. That la Ihe only.way a DeriEaiiCJit curu CAD pa elected. Mr.ll.C. Buckley ot461 E.Broal- waj, Ptvllud, Oiff MH: For ctiroolc ikln there U notbrnt ilkt ZamBul. For Bflru rean I and I u numter ot MUma ciirn.'.tiui nothing was upabie earing until I Zam-Buk- Tn UM at Zam- D'jk 2 oure For ulcers, ibiwsMa, bollx rlng- vona, blood-poljoclDii. illea, burns, sealia and cuts. %am-Buk Is equally goad. All or Co., Toronlc. GOe. J f ed any denxxmlli: rerorms.of Ihe r volution. The Mailmallsts, a ridlca anarchistic group, probably' will con liue governmeDtal lion, -llr. coninl for Netberlands al Winnlpac. and A. fr> B.TKc-Mrisul for Albtria, are In th city today lobklTiie urer condition 1 Hie aovlh country 'on.behalf of Ihe Ko terdam-Canada Mprtgfise Co- Tbcy ar accompanied -by FrylUiE and b Frihcls Nail ''and W.''D.' Mlllnef, I lor-. StAndard Liu ot Calgary, tor tbe Canada Co. Mf.'SiBtyri and" Mr. Fr line ire greatly ulth-lbe' ou railed Under False CoISrs Till Readv lo Crew Frisovers '.'.lllimorc, -Md. Sept. ot he sinking of Ihe llrlllsh steamer ratnplan by a German aea raider a few weeks ago In the Allan- c was brought to port loday by Ihe ii'.alu of a vessel who lalked with a leinber ol crew ot the Irelghtcr Her he hid rcacbcd Kneland. The Grampian Range was trailed .r Ihe raider for thirty-six hours be- oro the German commander Ihougbl ne time opportune lo send her to the ollom. During the time the raider allowed the llioso on board were congratulating themselves on laving come through the 'barred one" not suspecting the vessel wea.r- ng a similar coat of war grey, was fitlier Ihan an allied merchantman. At'the end of the thlrly-ali hours icsa on Ihe British freighter wero dumfounded when Ihe vessel ran uii a signal to.the uiaRdiead wlilcli read: 'Stop or 1 will open fire." At the same momeni Eoveral laise ports and deck Ruperelruclures ,'were swung jack showing-a'lormidRblc array ol icav-y guns. The lifeboats ol Ilio jrampian Hange1 were -EOOTI In the water, .and while Ine members ot the crew were being taken prisoners aboard (he raider sonm of the Ger- mans placed homus abaurd khe freigh- ter. Alter Ibey .had been on Ihe raider several, days the men" from" Inn Gl-dtnplau Range learned Ihe reason tbe raider'dU nol sink her upon sight wa's because (hey also alter an- oilier- vetsel >ln tiio vicinity and did not want lo aroilse the suspicion of her captain liy guullre. I The Grampian'' ItanEe was nno or the newer vessels of the' Kurness Withy. Line. look In Southern Alberta, They, hav ______........ .__ about- rnfestcd In .the tain elements of the coilEtltullonol de- for thnlr concern, and a "good perccnt- liiotrcls and ov'eii-njany leaders of nge of .the amount.Is in .Southern Al- berla. Fennel's arc 'paring-up their loans In' a' m'lraculoiis Mr. council of worknien's aud apldiers1 tlolegales, Kerensky's cloeesl nolltlc-al friends, nilvticatecl leniency. It is considered probable that an oarly movo of the new ROTCrurnenl' may be to abolish the diirna. which lias steadily aod will continue' to do so. Klvon some evidence of favoring a rp-1 Messrs. Montyn and Fryllng'are motor- turn (o Hie monarchy and has opnos-1 Ing this aftornoon to Medicine Hat. and the .company ie Quite con- lent to loan nioney In this portion of the wYsl. tuVch capital Is comlhViii YES B1IIER ATM 5I10U FflONT FiOl) Announcing of Everything that's New in. Fall and Winter Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists and Furs for Women and Children. Also ftew Silks, Velvets and Wool Dress Goods. terday- is gone. ToiiioTrrdw does not exist. TODAY is the day of OPPORTUNITY. This is the "Ad" of Opportunities READ IT! Kngs............ .StxlOfi Cpngolchm Rugs (ixl) Gong-olenni Full Size Sleeper Back Baby Carriages Corduroy "Upholttering- Colon Grey, White and Black. 12, ONLY DON'T DELAY ORDERING. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone H5 lo Interfere wllli tlie discipline and) order of the army." Me ile.ii'rilcd Ihe I measure as "fharu patriotism and clap- i trap legislation" which would Intro- duce political strife at the froul'......i When Third roadlni; was moved. Sen-! ator Doelock, the opposition lender.; said lliat any criticism of the bill on j Ihe Liberal side had for its sole nur-j ptwe Ihe Improvement of the measure BO lhal Ihe vote of llic soldiers could be fairly taken. Whfln the senate met, Senator Doe-, lock, on the orders of the brought the qneallon of speakers'.chambers in tho uav parliament buildings, ew prcsslas the view lhat chambers should be provided for the speakers of both houses. j Senator Sproule, an ex-speaker of Hie house.of comiuons, supported this view. t Senator Daniels suggested lhat the senate should a resolution'in line with the remarks that had been made, while Senator Watson de-' slrabllllr of aniMlntiiiE permanent Third reading to the act respecting livestock, and Senator .Cros- by of Halifax resumed the .debate on Senator questions relative.Ip the separate school situation iii On- tario. -Senator Rproulc denied lhat any. in> justice was being done lo the Krem-h In Ontario by Hie appJicallon'gu lation 17. In his opinion the province j had the right to direct Its 6wri educa lonal system without Inlerfercnce. Senator Landry was conciliatory is remarks He snlrl that the Drench icople in Ontario wauled to'dls'cuBS he bilingual qucsllon openly and tr> o (Ic.vlp.c- some gntfflfRctory solution ff the problem. They had no objuc- lon to learning English.. In..facl, (he English language was a necessity t'o ;hcm and they desired lo learn It. Dnt [hey objected to .banishing thetr molh.- er tongue. This concluded the' debate. The senate adiourncd 1'o'clock until lomorroT.', ST.OCKS AT THIS STORE AliE MUCH LARGER, AND EACJI.DEPARTMENT IS SHOWING A MORE- COM- PLETE RANGE OF MERCHANDISE THAN- WE'VE i i r :EVER DONE BEFORE. fYOIl WILL FIND PRICES ON MQST LINES AS.LOW OR fl'IIAN SIMILAIJ GOODS SOLI) FOR LAST YEAR. COME IN OFTEN, AN1) LOOK OVER THE FINE COLLE C T I N O F STYLES IN WEARING APPA-REL WE HAVE BROUGHT WITHIN YOUR REACH FOR THE I5IG "FALL AND WINTER TRADE. TherN ,r'iv. -BARGAINS1N TO-MORROW cases. o.f first cinality Peaches and I'cars at SEE THESE The Palace Coiifectiiwiery Avenue antl Fifth Street TOJWCE. Ready For Third Aliempt Place Centre Span of Quebec Bridge, (o Montreal, Sept. tempt to pul Ihe r.cnlre of Lhe grca canlllover bridge over Ihe rlrer SI Lawrence, near Quebec, Inlp' po.iltton Ihus complcllrg (he slruclure, wll be some lime during' nex IS lioura. Tue irian" hiillt to nliccecd the Hrl! lhaf dropped Into the St. river September II, last yoar. ha been constructed at Siller. pon loons and Is ready to dragged I the bridge alto by Ings, h holslcd Ilia 150 feet from Ih'o wnle levol lo thr unconnected cantilever arms'which stretch out. from bol sides ot the river. The engineers of the St. Lawrenc Nrldge Company, Ihe coislrBCtors o the bridge, have decided that.fio ter method'or raising the span I hi lhat Irled lasl yeare-hy four, hug chains attached lo each coner ol th link and hoisted by .ill Ion Jacks fror the cantilever arms pr sented Itself. They have, howeve mo-Hflcd the three feet ralso the Jacl made last rur at moremmt In-o v ew reason- ably-Priced Very choice collection of Muffs, Neck Pieces, nntl Capes, showing; in Black Fox. Fox, Iteaver, Hudson Seal, JJlack or Xal- iirai Lyiix'i' WdSf, Rat, Canadian Coon ami Mar- inol. i'riced per set at from the set Some Elxcellent Values here m Women's Silk and Serge DRESSES styles in Serges to !f25.00 Dainty styles in Silk Dresses at and up to ............-....-.'.'___.-..... DUCHESS SILK. Heavy JMack. A qnsilily. 3U inches wide. At'pcr yard COLORED HABUTAT. 36 inch. Full range of shades. At .per yard SKINNER'S SATES7. 36 iiicli-in colors :hlack, ivory, grey, brown At yd. 81LK ,SKIRTIXG.'.W inch, stripe and plaid. In all the colorings. Per yard SJ2.50 An elaborate illsplav of the very rnoilels In Georgette. Crepe. Uo Chine and Fine Voile AValsts, In aU the season's shades anrt Priced at each up t M 11 F Some New Fall SUITS for Women Womcn's for fall wear are feiituring (he Ittiij full ji-oats, made extra heavy coating serges, in Mark and navy. Sizes from 31 up to 44. from AD the best in Winter COATS Itlrh Scalelte and Plush CoatH, each STjO.Wf. Fine Broadcloth and Volour Coats Coin fort able Tweed Coats 1'rom lip e carry a very Complete Stock of Boys' Girls' Wear IX SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, HATS, SWEATERS, UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, IIPSIERY.ETC. Tb, son Fburtli Avenue South The -wrought Iron 'castings upon ,mand of Captain .Tsmes Urewer from ,hkh the corners of rest'. Angus! 26 wllh s cargo and.ffhlrh are connftctM to the hoist- Of coal, IdttrnoIIvcs and crude- off for ng appiraliis, the broalng ot one a French, port. The owner was the 5r lost j Iieni'Jm) Company of N'CAV York. The Wllmore was armed. of which o.inaed tile i bste-DMn Ihhtllme constrOtlcd ol Ihe ft Is said that It will fake several lo gel-lhc "fan Inlo Ita'placc dnd operations on It, will .continue night and day until concluded: U. S. STEAMER SUNK. LorMon, Sopl. 'Alherlnan .hip Wllmore sunk by a German 1Z, accdriifns In. in innbuhccinent made lodiy toy the BrilfsH admiralty. AtlspUo! Slie fcrencn 'elglildlf- dallied uy trie freight charge'on life flour to extern points. U miDl be remembered lhat Allicrta proJncw about nine tlmfn our aitrplus find a 'market 'elsewhere, -We cannot to Stales, cotise- fliiently our Biirnlils Is largely nlflorbnl by tlic Urltiah goVernment. ''The fai'l that we prrHluce so much moro .thnn we nao .would Indlcatfl B with.! supply greatly rxpr-cdlng demand, j so .thai cee naturalistic forcpd.dVjlcri to the- minimum simple .law of supply and draiarid. Teraonally 1 like very mlirji lo the party who says he cjfn make fl6iirv at a barrel, tlverc Is a ptallkm 6p- en for him rfghl now tn this mIM." To the dtrcrl rjucsllon, "Is the price of flour doomed for a decline in Hie neir the mtiier airswereii In B rather cvaitlug way. "It will no doubt fluflualeV' he mid. may come down and H nifty go up. depend- ing somewhat on thg, we can get rnors shortV other hand, II feed comes down, fKrtr will to jo up." Which: seelSs quite ipslrai, a.i Iho miller flouit juttnr- nll.r Ni.nllowed a "reasonable' profit" Ihe majority of consdniem granting lhat he gets U, and some. .Vcanllmo B Chicago miller Is auth- ority for h statement lliat he wovM be .'nlMfied to sell dour ai tbe price of (ho. wheat, faking (he br-lirodiKtj to cofer trie cost of mllllnij.and ftv-r fit. till3 being Ihe caiae, allowing tar Albcrla rollleT, an aterikge ot li.10 u tlie cost of the wheat, could tell at 59.30 Ihe btrfeirihe saMe Stare ei- Icily mM.erl floor can M consumed here, BO lhal branT-flouf wllt''rconi'e down. ;6n ihe I Snap- .M tain the price at' Ihwr art' betnt1 h (Mithy-tha tl ln'IA MpMleri'llUjt a.M.M. hitre oriarAutliMs will nHrVe to nsk Food Conlroller lo Ikoroush apt Hi w'llli as ;