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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE FOITH 7NO WEEKLY Subscription Rates: delivered. per delivered per year ally, by mall per year Weekly, by mall. per JVectly. by can. per to 1-55 TELEPHONES Easiness Offlce Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torranca Business Mat" ot expiry o pear Vnlil 'terminated thft fuUowiuS wl.l v'P CORMU- ercd K aJmtotratlon r.s .he maximum profits Svhkh inay li's'tlou" and Iced; mum average 1'roiil o'.-3 s J1'' j barrel ou Oour I'ud s'J cents. l Ion on feed; niid in i-rtcuiatiiig; snoh proflts Iho cosl o Hour buU at Ihe mill shall Js Ihe cosl rf cleaned cml- Mulled by Ibc actual amount ft wheat (wliii'h In no event shall be in excess ct JS5 pounds of clc-ari- pounds per UP PASSING FOX THE BUSY MAN TO REGRET HI Tho "great while or New York may disappear during the wer II IM coal constrvcrs have their way. Alboru butter won first, second and Tnere aro atleud ins school lu New York. Uev. Canon Farucombo, MA., teria- crly of Toronto, died a I Newcastle, Stockholm. Sopt. a great Liberal meeting held here ludny u resolution iiroiwsoJ by Prof. K-.leii, leader or the Liberal part} In Iho second chamber, was unanimous.y passed to the ctrect that tlio mcetlus express Iho deepest regret that the has Swedish foreign olfk-J was not In u ta. th. amount secured I year. o[ foreign .Iflc, was not In j col U -ent race ,i cents per leu Winnipeg, has been wounded fag In lliai _ of Ihclr conlepls whWi aluu-el. plus the actual proven cost ai.llou. of America. noels SWCUH and shall uot lu-i i 'l11- ,__ lust abhorrence of all BUU uwei. pma 0[ production (which shall not in- cl-idr interest on investment. sr.il jau.es Lltne was as I.W" o, IHcV JalUta j-.iniw i.uj ....._..-_ colleague pas-.or In Westminster I res- ll I ....-ill. TnrniitO. r--..-- There are difficulties in the way ol church. Toronto. but Mr. llcover is anagins Director but Mr. llcover ii I Business they can be overcome, j il .unscriplloM isoHK dWicullics will be tl.e In tra'nins with Ilie Royal K corps will move 10 tlio sla-.es ly for winier Inslrucllon. The Oshawa Baptist church has vot- a unanimous cair.lo the pastorale ambulances. V 11. Walsh, ft merchant at lirantford (or thirty year? just abhorrence tbat Euch careless ncls could Tho resolution demanded that tho covcrurocnt _ euslnc.r I o ei Iho all CUKIIII..I. train over the old U. W. L. is dead. Ycur King A Country Need Yen nhi Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Unity once more apparently prevails in Russia. General Kornlloff. the lead- er of the revolt. Is unJer arrest, and the crisis in ihe cabinet al Telrograil hf.s been sclllcil by the re-organization of the iOTernmenl- The armies are now expected to take up once more tho proper defence of the- country against the Germans. Thai they have already begun to do this Is evident from the success reporlcd (in dispatch- es which attended the Russian attack on Ihe invaders on the niga front, where they occupied one or two towns hsd been laken over by Ihe Germaus in their advance. IjritlJh and French forces bolh made trlvauces of a local nature on Friday, (he British on lie Belgian front and Iho French on the Champasuo front- The situation with" Sweden over Ihe a still more formidable danger The Uoston XMlonsMJ sik" retailers and bakers. L C middlemen laying can tho profits ,hc mins ID the ccn- nj ,s5ijian! the luel co-.iuoller. a A- MaEratll. .look ter McGiouls. a customs official tor luiny years at llellev and prom- inent In Masonic, Orange and other i Iralcrnal organizations r.nil In aiTairs Is dead nt tho aee of nearly i __ announcement Is made lhal the Lake Carriers' association will tdopl a fall schedub of wages, advance In wages. immediately U'idcrlake uss-jri measures to demonstrate Swedish people Iln ilclcrmlna- tlon to malnlaiu lowards all belliger- ents absolute ueuimllty. rtorao. 11- Tho Homauo eiplalns that llily Is Hie last ol all or llic wnr thnt shouM ue arrecltd by tho rood short- aijdlns "ftllhough poorer tlmu KbslanJ Wld France, and, because Iho protracted war has brousht'snl- lerlng to tlto ueople, Italy slioulJ not let her troubles nppear fa much on the surraco iior political demonstrations or violence." The prjncli'al OJCUBO ror llm pres- IliON WOKKKHS STKIKKIN'FKISCO Snu Francisco. Calif.. Sept. proximately 16.000 Iron wurkcrs and metal irades mechanics engaged In war emergency construction lu Sail r-ruiu'lsco niul tho lay cities, went out on strike i'.t 9 o'clock today followlns rejection ot their demands fur u 50 per cent. Increase In wages. Tha wnlkoul In more tlmr 100 planls was carried out wlluout hitch, It was ported. TUo principal OJCUBO ror lite pres- cut unres'l being tho bread shortage, onu _____._ ll.n I lt ICOSTISUKD F1IOSI FliO-S'T Business In Lcthbridgo on Saturday prored wliat a fine thlnB'it is to have a payroll of or more every couple or weeks. Southern Alberta can 111 ailord lo lose such men as Hay Knight. Mr. Knlghl has been one ot the, outstand- ing figures la the livestock business In Ibis section of the west, and he has done much to pul.Suuthern Alberta on the map in his pioneering efforts. So far nothing has been heard or the pronoVliror the Southern Allerla branch of.'the" Patriotic Fund that the L A- Hie Eltuat'.on In Msiii'.otu. and acl In an advisory capacity. John Kane, one of tha'bcsl known IcleeraphPls in tho country and an _ love of the Western .Union for saucier, of Calgary, has been Ml inspcelor., or malt houses aid breweries throughout Iho domin- ion to succeed J. K. Darrett. who lias Flavlon Fontaine was accidentally lilleil and Joseph Deschamo seriously injured near Quebec. TLo two men vere mistaken by Carl Wlllard, or Marblelon, for bears. lielwecri'tho decks of scows ami the lloor of the span, served as an announcement that critical time of walling vs over aud ns the barges tloaleil down stream without their burden, the lua'.lest O. cheers wero roared .Irom the thousands on shoro. empioje vi nearly forly years, dropped dead his Detroit home. Count von Dernstorfr, Tormer Gcr- man ambassador at Washington, and T.-UO recently was appointed ambas- sador to Turkey, has arrived al Con- stantinople. Knlster Is in Ihe public gen eraf hospital at Chatham sufferins (rom wounds to the if.ce ana band sustained when s shotgun was accidentally discharged by a child. J Gucsl, a known old timer oare The engineers In charge then gave. ho workers a shbr rl rest to _ enable tho newspBpcr asserts lint tlio BU crnl'ieut .purposes lo Issuo. bread cards on'.Oclounr I since the wheat harvest vms.sliorl ten million iiulp- lals. The recent nllacks on tno nilnlslry were based on the Turin In- elilcnls, Ihe jover'ninent being charg- ed with negligence In not having Tore- seen Iho shortage and forced Italian rarmers to profluee more wheat, but it appears, says the paper, that Iho shortage was due to the lack of work men in Iho Ilelils. However, Ihe soc lalists and tlio Auslro-Gennan pro pagandlsls aud peace parties seized on the situation In tho hope ot caus- ing more (llslurtauces amons Iho clvl lo Afler a liitler of War I'assn and wholesale fish merchant, who has AlgenUne trouble, grows more serious j Eeri0nSj fund-should be raised by the Bnlaln I _______. 1f ,..111 cnnn he time -with tho announcement from The reports of fal, opera that the allie isneil with given by Sw---------- which German intriguers were able to Swedish consuls ss messengers both In Argentine and In MMlco. Many believe that an eventual break with Sweden is meTilible. DISFRANCHISE THE FRENCH-CANADIANS? _.., Conscrr'altve Insis ent .in decla'ririE Ural the friTichlEe I a privilege, not a righl. Hon. Slr.-.Mciftien, in intrortucln .Ihe franchiW 'list the main reason-rot-disfranchising the -alien enemies was lhat tbey would TOte against conscription. Bui JLeFrench-Canadlans liave been niuch more oulspoien agsinsl con- icriptioE than have citizens of alien enemy birth. 'VThy not. take away" from the FronJh Canadiaos the1 "privilege" oL voting in the coming election? ons throughout tic sonih are ncouragiBs.- Given good weather sith sufficient rain lo put the soil in hipe, Southern Alberta will be ready o sow Ihe diggcsl acreage In ils his ory nevl year! Last at this Lime lie farmers were iusl nicely started Virresting..'. Tills year Ihresbing i> ahoul oiie-third done a'jeady. A bis aulomohile concern has pici a Lethbrldgc tie logicnl dlslribut- poiul for Alhcrla.' Many other low the elbow In order to prevent more serious consequences. Mr. Guest "irough a --s poison spread "to The finsers and" palm and tScn to the wrist. Finally it found necessary to make an ampuU lion of the forea.-m. teen .superiinnutvted. News has reached London that the Turkish government has withdrawn Diemal Pasha, the nioft hated.official In isia Minor, from his post ot gover nor of I'alcEllne. to the Intense feeling which his methods aroused aiilong the population under hli con ol. Jl'rs. Evan E. Fraser, of Nlagn'a Falls has received a wire staling tbat icr husband, Major Fraser, Is coming homo. He, it Is understood, has a long leave of absence to take part in the election. He is fo oppose W. M. German. M.I1. Tho Grand Trunk railway was in. dieted In Ihe county and gencrcl at Hamilton on a charge of end'anserins human life in not com- nlvinB with an order oi.the rnlwo> Koard to proleci.. theKinB. aml Kerguson avenuj no wurht-ia thein loipreparo Tor the task of I ft ng he span to the bridge lloor. Lifting was begun aunnt S.45 and Ilie Jacks wero noticed to bo working smooth- thf snnn liai1 eight feet. To reporters who nsted to- a statement as to tho prospects o.f the span belnc safely bolted up, ono of the engineers easiest work Is over. The rest will grow Increasingly dlmcull rom now on till the finish." population. Parliament, when meets' In mlnXMobcr, according UiciGlornale D'ttalla, Is eipeeled to pass cnergeilc measures lo repress Internal sabotage, an Instance o which was the loss ot n shipload o wheat olf Clrctr. Vlehcta, duo lo i jiroper means of unloading Evidence ol n new ntlltude ot Hi ministry toward Internal disturbance Is shown In Gen. Cadorna'a mcssag lo a political group at Milan, till being the first reference by the gen ernl on civil affairs since ILe concerns artgoing to follow the same conrso wilnin tho ncit [ew years, and especially, arier the b'nrn line Is completed. Lelbbriage bonld have .lines oul nil the lime for wholesale concerns. They arc ibunn1 to .come. GOVERNMENT COMTROL 'OF u. s. MILLS! agitation for tbe filing of the price othflonr in Canada, follow Ing the niing of ILe price of Iha farmer's..wheat, it Is inlercsl ing to note what Is being ilone south of tbe line under the direction of Food it iu some respects il is a grcal mis- fortune It may.prove to be a blessing In tVIsiriisc because shows the strength of lie provisional gpyernmen and the -revolution'. "Further' H is a needed lesson to our parties end individuals to abslai Irom violence, extremist policies an vear he will be in a position iu demands tor manifesitallons. -'Uliethe ack to UUh H is likely he will lhe usson is yon ma Interests and may I be assured. that a counlsr. revolulw be one of the leading never succeed. .It commands n Bupporl worth menlionioE eltler am the populalion or Ihe army, hot of which have a thirst for securil discipline, traniiuiluy.and for the EC (Co.S-TINUtD fllOM FnONT farms and he tbpes that within a year he will be in a position to so J n I_ ho will ODlinuC- IO uui; beep raisers In this parl of the coun- going to Salt Lake Clly lo be scneral manager for his father, he GBASSY LAKE (From QuKOF" Controller Hoover. .The. Sppkcsma Review, In a recent editorial _ Vent very fully Inlo lie outlined the steps which' nfe likely, to be Taken In tie United States. Cer- rules and reg-olationE are being (From uF" '.Grassy tike, SepL G. Vy. Haley hasTeiarned rrom a business trip to Lelhbrldse. The primary room of the school op- ened the new teaclier, Miss having anlvcd look arze..- ilr's. Emll Wallum. who has been unaerlakias a big contract. Jesse Knight is considered the man In the Mormon slate. His bnsl ness Interests range rrom copper mines in Utah lo sheep ranches in Nevada with a million acre rencr, in Brazil as one of his lalesl ac- quisitions. :.lald down (or Ihis purpose.- H Can- Ida tollnws Ihe same llnea, the' con- Enmer will have nothing lo complain providing slops arc laker, to learn Ihe "aclusl proven co'sl or pro- ducllon 6t flour." The Spokesman 1 tijf.' NdlhlnE In the. food conlrol law rf quires a miller to.buy. wbeat rrorn the. i goTernmint'or lo scU'flour at a proul of'25 cents a barrel. A miller can continue 'to'buy grain' from gowers as heretofore, and sell his Hour and feed-to the general trade. But an Independent miller may be required lo lake out a.llcense In order I to operale his mill, and or the food conlrol let- prohibits his charging an unreasonable, 5 dlscrlminalory or unfair profit." -'This provision ot'the anil the government's conlrof of the supply ot wlieat, are bringing the miners of the 1 Uhlled Stales "Inlo a co-operallvc lnn, for trealmenl. Mr: and Hrs. T. B.'Cumminp, who spent the summer in this district with o spen their ploughing outfit, returned to isitons. Hay Knight wilh his rather, was the pioneer ot the Etecp ranching Indus- irr In Southern Alberta. On first coming to Alberta Ulcy brought m a band of more than 10.000 sheep 'and never since have they gone .com- nleHy out of Ihe Industry. Today Ray Is among the big sheep breeders in Canada, the honors. lying between him and R. C. Harvey. The town or Raymond Is named ar- ter Ray Knight. It -was there- that Ihe Knight company made its head- me quarters when it was established. It AH. beefsug" Jlr. and'Mrs. WIlHsro Marlm, pro- Alberla, prlelors of the rcslaurant, were am. coull) make more money pr.lors o e resau Lelhbridge Wednesday ami A good crowd attended the Mn coull) mae more mon sale of stock on Situriay. Ahoul 5" 1 T..hoat oa (belr own land, than tney head were disposed or; bidding wfs icouid by. raising sugar beets. brisk and the stock brought good prlc )3 tha! Mr. Knlghl'a tlement finally of the distracted cou try's tangled _ Asked In regard lo his "views on th war, premier Kerensky. said: "I can at .present, only, say thai l Korniloff revolt has not weakened I array The ipiril'of the troops Is im- proving and ii markedly better than at any timo since the big retreat In Gallcla. Whatever differences Ihcre arc in Ibc nation ahoul Lhe war, it Is universally rccoguUcd that defence agnlnst the foreign foe Is Imperative In Iho interest ol national freedom and ibe survival of the- revolution." Reluming to the subject of Gen Korniloff and having.been asied whal likely will tie Ihe rebel commanders rate; Ibe premier replied: cannot say -lennllely, 3s lhal mai- ler does nol resl with. me. I can say only that no departure from Justice Is Intended or will De tolerated. In myself and 1 believe, Ihc nallon mere Is generally no vindictive reeling. We Intend lo handle this grave matter In Taking fair spirit, .ltd according_l. Ihe pre- DrioK ana 111: m IL ,j Garrison, o! Taber, was the auc- person2l properties arc now on the Imarket, and tbat tho Knight Sngar a ar spr, nni cenl procram and accordinE lo law, Kornlloff Is put on Irlal, ho will be given a ralr Dastardly Plot Pelrngr.id, Sept, IS, The inquiry being In Pe rograa administration, tho inducement aminaraon, ani for them to cnler Is. Increased by Ihe idvernment's offer to Insure them against loss by In value of the unsold wheai and flour surplus. As Hr. Hoover reminds -them, IhU 'Is a most Butslanllal espo- since the grain exchanges have, discontinued operation and Iliere Is no ipporllinlly for hedging [ransac- tlons as herelolorc." Under Ibis viilunlary arrangemcDl the millers will bs allowed a profll ol a barrel o'h flour and 50 cenls per Ion on feed. Mr. says "this food admln'alrallon has already secured Ihe snpporl and ap- proval ol'a number of millers lo Ihe proposed and he "a! HUMS lhal Ilie response to tho pro- potcd program will reflect the palrl oltc spirit of which the milling In la possessed." Before a miller can get wheat from tM eoTerliroenl IKS musl sign an Mr. rfoover lhat he observe (he-rules afiif- etiacled or .prom'jlgsted by Iho food' for the EOT. of Ihe milling trade." ihcso rules and reKulfl- 1 In the first paragraph: Parker, our milliner, Is todsy (Saturday) In flnrdstt- pulling on n arsjilay of her 'millinery'.: She has had. fall opening here and exueclj lo go' lo Purple Spilngj neil Saturday Ilie 22nd'to put on a display there. Jtck Jlenzlc and Frances Tot rleJ. The couple a.'Mved home Tuesday night when a rccepllon ami dinner tvns given at Ihe homo of. Ihe bride's parents to p few Inllmalc friends. The bride Is and favor- ably having llved-here for the past eight Is very among the young people. The groom Is originally of Toronto, Ont. Another marriage which surprised rleniU, took place last week Hazel McDonald and Jack Knlbh qulclly. slipped away lo Lelbbridgc and were married. ounern r manager of the Lcthlirldge BLamjJcdc which staged here hj Ihe Ma- grain and Raymond fair boards. Mr. Knight made a success or Ibis ven- ture as-he has made z success of practically venture he liaa un- dertaken dnrlng his career In South- Altcrla. FKOM KBONT inqu ry oems umuc ,i, ..hows lhat Ihc Osnrl cavalry division which artranccit to ins river ,-rl I believed Ibat II was to defend Ihe Dal- le coast which wns threatened by a German Invajlon. Such Junior officers as iverc In the Is said, were 1n nuenccd by lalk about poor pay. The Mohllev Inquiry discloses tha the "oldieM were tcld there was an arcby and panic In Felrogrnd, lyhlcl was getting no rood fiupplles. i hoy wero a.-sured that Gen. Kornlloir di no' Intend lo upset the existing order hut aimed to take measures jigalns the disorganization which was Ihe enemy. Upon the other hand, cvidcnc against Ibc higher officers Is accurnu lailng Twenty more offlcors, Inclu: Ing Oen. Klsllahoir. hive been arrcs ed at Mohllev. Government J have arrested Col.. whose automobile word 1 plans of the operations against retro By Attending This Lecture W. Jl, Marshall has bills onl for an auction sale to he held Tuesday the 25th, im his Block farm r.orlh of town. Mrs. Ptverol, of Kdmonlon. Is ylsll- Ing her son, lj. Povcral and family. Threshing has teen held up llnce Friday, II started to rain heavy Satur- day morning, rained all nay and cvery- Iblng WH nretly weH.ioakcd, loo bad, 11 Is said, for Ihe Ihreshera, bul IB Just what Is needed for Ihc. Tall 'ploughing Those who have Ihclr Ihreslilng ilonc and their flelcla as early ns thld can gel a grtod amount of plough and Ihcy have bejiin ft) pulilla'n the newspaper under neiv names. _ Situation In Hand. Kor tho present, despite, the menl wounded world will spring i the fair flowers of moral und Eplr- l-al beauty and loveliness If we al- w Iho splrll ot God's love to blow nlo them tho seeds of immorlal life, aid Archbishop Malhoson. primate of U Canada. In Iho course ol n SI. Paul's cliurch last evening. "Thero U a illaposlllon to level own the Christian standard to Iho world's standard." said Ills Grace. There Is only ono thing for must be a change. Come up and seo ho now things. Hio transformed new England, a new Can- ad.i 'a new empire and n neu- world. God ran bring beauly of llils ugliness and lovo out of liale.'' "Any weakness Behind Ihe llnc-i nt this juop.ient will be considered trea- son. We arc nil armed now with tho will to conquer and victory Is nt hand. All clasFcs and. nil parties must re- member lhat llaly knows only ono way.1 "Illustrated: London News" The Dealest living has war tjan any the eyewitness of twenty campaigns will iiis nin'niic war talk', "What 1 Saw it the Front, with the British and French Armies" ILLTJSTHATHI) WITH 100 OJMIIH SKETCH Wesley Church, Friday, Sept 21st AT 8.15 P.M.- AMPIOES OF THE LUTHERIDO-. BRANCH CPOSD .OC.ITV Adults SOc children 25c 'JACKOON CO, ;