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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR fxtalb letbbrllxjc, alberta TILWHONH ________i OHM Editorial W. A. tVMhtna Pnalatal ana John Dmalne- ol fcJly or adQMX Axopf of papers filar nrlraaoo dala U were of no Inconsiderable to miller. Kejardtas this question of by-products fig-ma U.S. mill- aro said to have stated lhal iher would bs content to tell their product at ihs bare cost of the wheat, whlcu at the muliuutu price vryuld ba 19.50 al Chicago for the necessary four and, tne-bllf to make Ihe barrel cf nour, maklac their pronl from by-produfts :OI rourao this would vary thfl conmro- er as treljht. cartage and olher penses are added WILL THE C-P.R. QRANT DAYLIOHT SERVICE! a month the new Muter schedule trains 10 Into effect. far as the Her jjpj aid can lesrn the Board ot Trade hai in 11 not ranevred Its that dayllfhl sarrloe on tlie Crov be instituted tar I the winter but in our opinion Ilnre ibonld no delay In mailns! (From Our O XoWeforJ. Sept. Krlday ntEhl who out to best Ihe very InteresHnE nddrafS on mission work In country dtatrlcU of lu- illa bv Mre. Ealon tuul .a good It-was peat rltf ton not wcre present. Ealoa gave a brief ac- count of the various methods of work adopted by the missionaries In India, aui thai! went oa 10 particularly ao- the wort which wero do- IOE among tne child widows of that far-off lasd. Her Blorlca brought home very vividly to tho minds ot her hear. era'tlu thjt the modorn wwaer ou Uie loreljjn 6eld has to and ilao of the Joys that come to them. Mrs. Ea'.ou was ac- companied of the child widows UP the LaJt sfrltti auliorlly to Your and Cvfrt FUjhl Yt" fumioer time table was dlscuai- td CPJL menta lor a darllcnl service on Lhe west line. Irat Jmt brtore service was to co into ofwallon the miners went on strike and the service was canwllad. who nuruc.vu Ou Saturday evealnj oiler the local train had joae throusli the here wwe aslop.lahed at seelne It come back'. 11 appears lhat a little jlrl had jot off the train ncre and miter the train had started sho was mbsed.' On arrival Hi Barons the flits jol hot in >n elorl lo locate the mlaflnp child and when she was found the Iraln was ordered back for THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tho crushlaj ol Ihe rnbellon oi funeral KornUoft in RuMla is sipert- to attmulalo a new entanslata In lie war emonj RuiElan troopi. Premier KBrensky haa ssata proved the man ol the hour, but now ihit he has bucceeded In re-unlllng the armies bis attention will aimln bo turasd to lie rlghlins of political conditions In the capital, where the radicals and conservatives are once more- In their ttru.cpe for Bitter nghtlng on the Italian fronl cpoUnues tor the uossesilon o! all Ihe points ol vantage about Sin Uttclelle. and lie caplure of seven! Important Mils is announced, which IneTllably -will load lo the fall of the greit ot mountains, for which ibe Italians have been battling for some time. A very severe German attack Lumched with suddenness upon the British lines in Belgium was repulsed yesterday. Increasing activity Is be ins displayed on the French tronl. It Is our oplnlou tla4 C. P, B- oke on the conservius' of food and now that tie mines are working again, HOT thit ihp ml DPS ara wording agjiLi, i finite uu me tuusva i.ua H is slatpJ In Torouto IliEit IQQ and a matter ot de.erves U.. The four accused, ol connecUcn wll.l tlie death ot Pr. Mcltobule in HauilltCu committed for trial. Capl 11 C. QardlniT. former ern inswcloi of the Bank of Hrltlth North Anicrli-a has been wounded at tho front lor Iho second time. A P'ibllc tncetios at Heglna xhlch Included several prominent local Lib- adopted a" resolution calllae lor i national government. Mr- Justice Clemfsls. jave juds- men: tor the llank 'of Vancouver against. Llm Bans, former manager ol the Chinese bianch in that clly. This gives the. llg.uldator of the banV According to i official state, ment. Hie Swiss sen irsded have gone.Np. 1 Norli em. this seems to be nhat most of Lhe wheat from this neighborhood will grade. The women's Institute hail a meet- A lias been smoulilerins for moicahan a y.eck in a gicantlc pile of coal In the Canadian Pacific rail- fathir-ui-lav of oken, aged 70 Teslerdiy in tie FernJt noapltal, a short llln'esi. SSr. Hamilton hat been a resident of Farnle man] of Ing yesterday and had.a lair attend A most interesting program way yards at Winnipeg. The arja covered by this coal is about a Quar- ter of a mile in and ahout 200 yards wide and contains about 100.000 tons. Spontaneous combustion is be- lieved to have been the origin of the fire. A. Wlitlby liov now in France, has fallen heir to a large estale in Eng- land. Corp. Thomas Seymour, a .orm er employe of Ihe Gazette and Chron icle, while in a visit lo hla aunt. Lady Margaret Seymour, Cheltenham, Eng land, was notified lhal his great grand father had lelt him a large estate and a goodly sum ot money. Corp.1 Sey inour enlisted In the' ISJnd (Ontario ancc. A most interesting was gone throujh and It was i-oiiiity} Latlallon in trie apnnB Td to ht.14 the noit on Octo-'l 1916, and wen. ovrr3e: ber IL last spring. rscaa wrlh llia years and leaves a wide. cJjde _. frltnos. Tha funaral will take placs from the church ncit Sun-1 day. He leavw a widow and several] grown children to mourn his Ion. i James MoNlcholii, aon-ln-law of Mr, waa wounded In the face 1 are treated as "scraps.oi paper. nimm4ni WM wounded In the face franchise rlghl has betn'taken away. while 'flfhUrc al the A Dosa'lho Herald "Insldnously I front a few dayl came when U suggests r PRESBYTTERIAN, KnovChu'rch Corner 4th Ave. and alb Street 3. Rev. Cipl. A. H. Ocnoon., Pastor.-: Rev. f- Burnt. Acting P.aator. i Itepilar rerviccs at ".1 a.m. p.m.- noys Department. 12.30 o-m. nig'Sisters' Bible Class pig-Brothers' Bililc Clnss p.m.: pther'Deparlmenls ot Sun- day School p.m.: ChihcsB Class.. f government ot Canada has acted In a way.as may lead ot iilen enEmy birth to consider other mere "scraps of paper." .Qt what to be n 'ilghlly set aside? WILL UNCLE SAM MAVB TO SHOW US THE WAY? TvTiethcr or not Cinada may look U> Food Controller Hanna to Mt tia prloi if flour In lls true relation lo filed price ol wheat, Canadians resl fairly easy that Ihc price will be let bv force of U.S. Fot It U nnderntood ttial U.3. Food Con- troller Hoover has no norlms about trampling the pet corns of the Ihe line. U that in 'inv.ejli'g'atlon Is'ii'ow Voins' rrilde to determine the price of flour, and U.S. millers are Ihelr voices' In wralhy language to lell the people, milllrB tntaresrr wHl to broko unless the price (t a'nlftr cms ;As an earnest of what ralgot be. ei pfirted from south of the lice, b eyer, 'Toronto gi ;'..'tnV following slolCTiM'. as In tho M- F. M. ihops hert thai hli son had botn lomevhera In Fruce. Calgarr, R. BoyU mnni- o auaanead twjay liat Its wort'of la ot tht elarced had 10 Incraased ttal Uis pjorhclal-Institnte of tech- noloty'fn tbU city will be jlvon orer 0 tnat entirely. The irorX here Is cir- on.ri a InoroUfch .njatiner and n'ora loldlers ara being re-educat- ed IBBB In any ollnf province. In rectlTad tun by a Irlend Toronto -'from Dr. W. R. A. Halc'nl 'of Vancouver, daled Bchwarnitadt, Jtsnover, July 15, states IhEt he has been In !V.s .best o( health since din- Wit of a preliminary charged frrm prison hospital, 4 Jnlo flour prices 'across Ihe lino; It la lalcnlaled" In Waeilnjldn tint fi wheat will produce at a profit floir whlcS may be sold al from 110.60 to 11259 per barrel, according to Tilth to allowance made for wLkh the U.8. Inquiry on July IS, 1'JlG. This dliposcs of Iho'runior printed In Tor- onto i niorilh ?J" be had uaycmelted by Ihe prison gniaM ami kiiitd, J- BAKING' Should be in every kitchen. Its use assures complete satisfaction in bait- ing cakes, biscuits and pastry, youn GROCER SELF..S IT. E.W.Gillett Co. Ltd, TOHONTO. CANADA. THE .UNITED'.pHURCH 01 NORTH. LKTH11RIDGE Rev. E. J. Hodgins, B.A.. Pallor 271 5th Ave. N. Phont 165 The I'aslor will conduct Ihe servlc morning and evening, ly a.m, an 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Clnsa Mccllug lor Boys an Qlrls. 2 Beginners and Primary Depl o[ the Sunday School. ReV. :pragg, B'. p.. Paltor. -Residence 320 (Itli St. S., 1 Miiilcaldlrtctor. 1 a'm MbrnlnR .Woralilp. Sublect: I'Tha of .'the -Chrlillan Church.'! p pl.lho J.unior .Illusion r'. Tho pllilc Schonl-nnd Bible i: pm.V Evening i Service. Subjccl: Things Tnit Count." lon't to Church-Sunday, 30th-- CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE First Church of Christ Hull .Block, 7th Street 3. Sunday Service at 11 a-m. Subject: Wednesday Evening, Testimony meal- Ing al 8 p.m. The roadtnf room Is open flK.ly ei cept Sunday and-legal holidays, from 3 lo 6 p.m. Hero. Ihe l-'hle and author Izcd Christian Science Illeraluro may be read, borrowed or purchased. The First Baptist .Clnufela 'Cor. 3rd Ave. and tth St. Rev. C. A.M. Subject: Lure cf the Ancient r.alt." PM. Suhjecl: "The Chrlsllan on the Batllelleld; (.r, If Chrlri Came to Save Mtn'f Llyfi Can Hlf Follow- trl Deitroy Sunday School at JZ a.m, All Are Cordially Welcome- Social Rally tor Members and. Adher- ents Tuesday, S p.m. CHRISTADELPH1AN3 ANGLICAN St. Cypriitn's Church 11tn Strttt and Slh Ave. 'Rev. Canon W. V. McMlller, B A., Rector a. m. Sunday School zr.1 Bible. Clssiel, 3 p.m. KVKN'SONO 7.30 p.m. A.M. Special Address P.M.: Service and Holy and 3rd Run- days al S.OO; 2nd and