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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SF.PTKMnF.n 15.1917 THE MmmninoE HERALD PAGE FIVE iOGEIMMR MARKETS House Is Concluding Its Labors; Little to do Yet Toronto, Sept. power companies will make an endeavor to gel logcthcr ami will inako out re- purls on Ihc elcclrlc power under their conlrol, and will submit Ihenl to the government." slid Sir Henry Draylon. commissioner for llio Do- minimi government loilay, after con- cluding his hearing of Iho reprcien Illllvcs o( the power companies to iisccrlain I! electric power 14 being lo Ihe Unllcd Slalcs to the of the milnlllons industrj in Canada. Sir Joseph r'lavolle. chair nraii ol Ihe imperial munitions board present this morning and spoke of Ihc- linporlaiicc of nil possible con Fcrvatloji cf Canada's resources to Lelp will Ihc war. REVISING HYMNAL." Toronto, Sapl. by Arch Mshop Malhcson, prlmale of all Can.( mla. Ihe executive.- committee of Ihe revision tommlllee the Anglican church, which Is holding Its sessions dally here, la reviewing the work of iiymnal revision and receiving anil considering suKECsllona from provin- cial and diocesan synods. U will bo In session for several days. Wheat Belt Hotel NEW DAYTON Ileoiifcned Under New Winnipeg, Sept. ndvinco of one. cent In Iho price ol (November, and 3 ccnli (or Number 6 wheat over close was Ihe (Mel evelt ol interest In Iho rash wheat market lila morning, feed and November special were, also advanced one cent me demand continued keen Cash oats, larloy and llai were about tbe Batno as yesterday, prices unchang- ed. November and December flax again manifested tfco erratic sharp declines and advances which hue marked prices for some time, tnc op- ening being 4 to 5 cenls lower Uian yesterday's close lor November and October. November remained (airly steady at thn decline during the .trad- Ing while. December rallied somc- wlial Oclober oats closed lower at November lower at CCli December lowcr'at 62'A: lower at October closed 4V. lower al 319'yi: November 5c low- er'af 317; December ITi lower al 31" Ollawa, Sept. the orders oC '.he. day In tbo commons Ibis alter- noon Sir Wilfrid Laurler again asked the government to tablo the list of tribunals under the military service ocl. Hon. C. S. Doherly produced a copy of .the Canada Gazette contain- ng the- list of Ihe IrlLunals to bo stablislicd. The opposlliou leader, tier looking over Iho list noted that be location of ibe tribunals In the of Montreal was not indicated n the list. Mr. Doherty said lhat in hu iaiger cities it had been thought better to leave the location ol the tribunals to the registrar. lion. Ueo. P. tlrahum a.sket! If It would be possible to liuve any changes B conference should be held with the BOnalo. Mr. Carvcll maintained that as a result ol tub many wealthy men would avoid tlio pay- ment of lamllon, while tlio poor man whoso iioiscslsons are usually known would pay his taxes In full. After Mr. Bureau had objected to CLEAN, .AIRY ROOMS BEST AND CHEAPEST MEALS IN THE SOUTH COUNTRY. PORTER MEETS ALL TRAINS GUESTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF PROPRIETOR H. L. HEILIER, PROP. October barley closed lp lower p.l 11C. Winnipeg Mlrket. Oats. Open. Oclohcr........ CSlito'l November December G3U M'A W-' riarley- Oclobcr............ 11C October November 31S _ 317 December 312 Cash Prices. eat- No. 1 Nor... 221 No. 3 Nor...215 No. 5 Kor...lS3 I No. 2 C.W... No. 1 feed.. 64% I No. 3 B.W...1M Rcjcclcd an'l feed No. 1 N.W.C..... C.W... 310 Ihe amendment, Iho motion to concdr -vzs pul anil Mr. Carvcll demanded a vote. Concurrence was agreed lo on a vote of 33 lo 11, a govi-rumenl ma- jority of 22. On Iho second reading ot Ihe bill lo amend Iho dryduiks subsidies act. Hon. J. P. llazen saiO il was to Increase the. rate cf Inlcresl lo be allosvcd companies construct _. "additions mado'to the ilsl. "The ]drydot-ks unto' U.L- provisions, olIlij. minister said (Hal provision would lie act from to K PIT rent. This in- made for additional In crease, to said, where ihcy may be desired. luudcr present conditions one ft .J >J. A iji ff ,3. ff v V CURTAIL SERVICE. Vaucouver. Sept vice on the Canadian Pacific railway will be curlailcd owing lo a Bborl-jge in fuel oil. The morning Iraln to Mission. DC., Is lo be suspended and It Is probable, lhal branch lines also will bo alfccted. Sonic trains may be cut off and the possibility ol amalgamation ol passenger and freight trains In olher Instances li be- ing con'sldcrcd. v What the Press Agents Say Mil Replying to a Jacques IJureau, 1C UCSITCU. I r 1 question bv lion. Undertake tlio conslrut'.ion of ilrj the minister uld docks with a goveriiuR-ni guarantee that generally speaking, one tribunal was being established for every n( of Interest of less than per cent.] lion No. 2 Nor...21S No. 1 Nor...210 No. 6 Nor...ITS Wllllani Pugsley approved the' m of the Bovcrnnieiil In Increasing II was considered inai cases o't I Ihe rale of interest. Tlie bill was apllcatlon for exemption would be given iu second reading as considered sumclcnt for any one tribunal to deal' In committee._____________ wllu. The minister also stated that I lu country districts a tribunal would 1 have Hie right to move from one point I to another. j Gcorgo Uolvln. on o question of privilege, look eiccpllon lo some re- marks made by S. W. K. Nlckle, rucm- I her for Kingalon In Ihe house last 1 Sir. Nk-kle, he said, had accused him wllb treating women war workers In Canada with scorn. Mr. Uoivln could not sccuro a push km, he makes lis living playlus office boy for mo- tion picture companies. It is said he las discharged moio liioc-s lhan any olher living olfico boy. No soon- er Is he comlortubly Initialed Into a new position than bo 37-rlDss some prai-lical joke on Ihe head ol the firm ind is promplly "bounced." His Inuo- ccul won him Job altei Job, but eveu Ibat falls now, as his cherubic face and auburn hair are well known In Los Angeles business circles. AT THE EMPRESS Mlcr Annie divorced her v.r..v. d to thc stage, tonics In fou, reels, Hie first par ol daughter of Anne Iho story shows her is a young girl In litc ,OI1B fell In thc wholesome surrounding? ol an I and dcclar- Kugllsh Then tho scene shllts purpose to marry him lo llclgium, where a! a trained nurse Ilu AT THE OHl'lIKUM At Orphcum lonieht. Charlie Chap- in in thc lour parl special comedy 'Ambition." Also thc I'unile Mask ind oilier good IcalurCB. SPECIAL AT THE ORPHEUM MONDAY. The Martyrdom of Nurse slic receives an appointment In the HriisErts liospit.il. Then the war comes and the others flee the coun- Iry. Nurse Cavell, however. stays and the tragedy begins, ending as the world knows. There have been other great pictures shown In this city at I advance prices, but this one Is very reasonable at twenty-live cents. AT STARLAND No. 3 CAV... te'.'s No. 2 feed.. nd 16c, Evening. 60c .nd 25e. THIS IS .ONE OF THE GREATEST. PICTURES EVER PRODUCED, DONT FAIL TO SEE IT. .TheBamer on, Of nce-ln-a. n--. Industry Alive. and Better Th.n "The ARPHEIM VNEXTWEffiHl NURSE Oraheum. Nest Week THE MARTYRDOM Next Week I ;