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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -MONDAY, SEPTliMWEU 17, T1IK Telegraphic Briefs PUBLICATION STOPPED. Copenhagen. Sept. 16-Publication In Krclslnulee Keltunc. beeu atorpe Ihe inllllary censor. AUSTRALIAN SPEAKER DEAD London, Sept. 17-Tho death ol Ibe llou. Charles Carly Salmon Vpe.ker ol the Australian l.ou.e of Commons In I'JO'-IO announced-ll lleuler dispatch from Melbourne. CLOCKS SET BACK. Sept. "nin Herllmc'! ended olllcblly at Ihrc o'clock this morning, when all clock were set back one hour and ll.o coun try relumed ll.e observance of uo n.al lime. _____ PAPER SUSPENDED. Geneva. Sept. lie" Independence Ilclvetlmje ivubllj Geneva, has. been suspended for tv, months tor atinck.. on liio a lies nn particularly on President "son. STRIKE DISORDERS, llnenos Aires. Sepl. llriko disorders aro spreading, bridge fifty yards long has H wrecked, tying up two IJncs and 1 venting the movement of Iroop Ira Heavy reinforcements ot nallo troops have been tent to Hosarlo. MARKETS Sept. cosli vrl.eal arket closed unchanged. Cash oals stc'lower from' the previous close al casli barley 2c down from prevl s ilosc. aad- cash (lax down 10 market -was dull allhouch Ihcrc as a good demand hi spile ol reclpls. Ofterlnps ,were very llchl Tbe future market tor oals was dull ud showed n decline ol Ifto for Oc ber itfe fur November, to Uic or December, ai.d tor May from ic previous closlnp, prices. October llax dropped IVic. ..ovein- cr Ic and December unchauFjed. from 10 previous closing prlws. Futures 67 C) 02% C5'A ilut" she I'uulnn'l resist the anneal to now that IDfy Know, iw i u-n..- lo Uce with Ihoui-siidb of triorn i parx h Davies of Sydney, N.S.W. jn Impressions of Alberlu "Tin; bulk system u! bandllns Brain Is bound lo come very shortly In Alls Iralla I can sec now Low cl. Nov. )ec. May Ocl. Ocl..... Nov. __ Winnipeg Cash Pricts Wheat- No. 1 Nor...221 No. 3 Nor..-215 No. 5 160 Feed........ 317 318 ecu M GUs OIK, 114 318 31S 312, would be. per- .use-that ihe> ,o tcir IPU n.lr.u'.cs. mid Ives (or. rlhe future of IHL i Ivlimjt...5. un- liaim. i (1' our method of bag handling Is T. Davies of Syansy. Nc-w Soulh Wclcs IE a visitor In the city, luvlcB arrived vcslerday from .ho .Noble Farm Xoblclor.1. where he has been v.-flllng for a couple c.1 days. IB an Interview wltli the Herald on bumla) ho cave Ihe above a-, one of his opln- lona fornKd from his vlsll lo Iho Can- adian wcsl. The country line and U.e 1HB. terminal Is ur. Annual .Convention Now Silting At Crothei-s Gets Cold Reception LEADS ClIKERS FOR UNITED STATES Ottawa, H.-Thc Ihiilyijilrd Annual convc.ilion ol Hie Trades and i.abor of the lYCS lOr 1 nc vi al stake and 1 do j.ot know llio will be unless we brim; about iomo" orderly system of d.-JlIilK nwraatlonal questions. Ibis worH 10. a 1 lLCj.e lurrible dcyltes of war ami mplc- ncnls of dcslructto. nol done' We. nmsi lo 'l somolhliig la dor.c to avert sud. a war in luturo render Jl IIB re-occurrence II all utliiT of Imi'u rsulcij un cilcnslon of ILi i lance time wlllil'iBly fo'r my comllry. IB re-occur will not bu accomuliahed unless nations vosscsl cl LETHBRIDGE CHAUTAUQUA TRUST ACCOUNT, 1917. (W. J. l.loyj. Trcis.) Recsipts Aug. S. ol Si-iisoil Tickets AUB. I'i cl Silliilu vhlc'i was made by Mr. l.loyd I when lie said 'the Jc-mo.-rat.iu Ihc l.allons e( Eurouc. _ j il .hal hero Ihl. inornlnB ll.rce o.i.lncni union delegates from all parts of Canada as- .bled, and following sirocl ylir i-uriix's hall and ie B erm known In the antiiioilej.. ki-.icdora, but the doclor declares It must coo.e If Australia Is lo .lown .I.e cost No. 2 Nor...SIS No.'4 Nor...210 No. C Nor...178 .........no ade, gathered In tbc bl for ihe formal openlug At 10 o'clock, John Cameron, rrcs.- tot 61 the Ottawa; Trades and Labor 1 e able to 1 I Expenditure AUK. I'al'l Kllisoii-NVhite on Jlci'.ilnlcin Kleclr'.c Co. Lighting... of i' Uiaiidow, 0 (luys1 work L'JllluCT Co. -sc-ats.. H. Mackay. co'ii.lietc will. Canada. l.r. navies was greatly lake.i will. Ihc LIB Noble farm. He says it It a prac-liral M'Wenue of Ihe SU-CMS ol Iho ouncil, who ntlon and vchonu-d llio 1 have no 1 Lave seen de-kill bii 'illen 11 is not strange lo rue, lu-r last message. AT STARLAN1) lirotuliii'm vaudeville stir will bd vn playing the InsignlOcaiil role of a iu'.nr Ihc, I.asky-l'aranumnt rio- aciinn "The Silent 1'arlner." which li" at the Htarland tonlgul and lonyjrrow. This artist, world ta- for production o[ -Hull" characters, is a great friend of -lar.-l.all Xellan. Hie visited him ul Ihc Lasky studio. A was necd.-d for a certain scene anil ll..' star vol'intci-rcd lo I'ljy tho TiT.r. overalls Mid a jumper, were -'J securc-l and tlie scene, was will also be soon .iroa.itiK two-reel comedy. "II.i I'.'.i" Nauijaiy Y.U'.'I'JOAN THE WOMAN" IS 4323 A WONDERFUL FILM 3.52 .Of. No 2 No. 3 C. W. Wheat Belt Hotel XEW DAYTON Maiia'gi'nienl CLEAN, toO BEST AND CHEAPEST MEALS IN THE SOUTH COUNTRY PORTER MEETS ALL TRAINS GUESTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF PROPRIETOR H. L. HE1LIER. PROP. N-O. Rojcctcd and feed.............113 No. 1 N. W. No 2 C. W. 314 S w- Wlnnlccg Stock Price: Winnipeg. 'Sept. 17-Recell.ls 312 In Canada and methods used are up-to-date In eic.y branch. Dr. Davles also believes tern Canada bas every reason to be 'croud of Ihc crop 11 has raised this vcar and can hardly believe Hie re- ports of Ihe 1015 and 1310 crops Iralla. he says, has a larSe surplus of last year's crop un hand yd. which Is not being moved owing lo ll.e lackjt I ocean tonnage.. He can readily sec to tho CU lllfl CO1I> i-linu" delegates. In Ills opening remarks. Mr Camoron referred lo Iho Imporl- anc'c uf organized Incut part' that il American Delejllc Honored. Vr. raml-ron thon Iniro'Juceil Mr. Kimnanuel Kovalski. represemim, I'l cd lo me- impori- American Kcdcratlo.i H Labor -ir. bo. and ILe prom- Kovalskl received a great option. I e had ulaved and I ,ncreiy sUted lhat he was nleaseJ, o A. J. lllai-'riliur.ie Co.. rent. I.elhbrldBtf IlcraM 1'oslaga Slamps by Mr. WlnnlllCK vniHiijiu Uav ill the Union stock nuinlier-1 tccauso ot ll.elr proiln.lty o'l'l SOO cattle and 1C9 hoes. The cat-, turonean markets. Hr juarkcl is slow and weak. Hoss tic- War Conditions, clmcd fifty renlB per of war cuadillon, n An, for Ihc lop grades at 516.50 to lralia he siates that his country has I Twenty-one cars of hoes were report-., PCIll 3C0.01J0 n.en out of a total ol tlirousli billing lo.eastern 000oilO nopulatlon. Conscription is cd on noTnls. Cflrn Breaks Chicago, Decided breaks look place today hi the, price of corn IB a result ot general selling based ccssiui. rlrtmlllltt popuaon. rot in force, bul every c Jlorl It be ng loi-tli lo hr.ep up the Auslralan battalions nt the front by Ihc olun- (ary melhod. This Is only parll! sue cesstul. i. torow vo'cca" W> ere long, bov rcurcscnlatlon would lie referred to lHo'clianEc- Irom aulo "al rl e lo Ihal of democratic, rule Ihal had Insl been oflecltrl In Iwo being wageil on all nitlw. and In every country for the uenclll ani beltc-rtnenl of Ihe working classes which were so well, represented al o convention would have to be eoiilin- ued and more determinedly than crer. On behalf of Ihc clly ol Ollav... Mayor Fisher welcomed Ihc delegates. Hard on Mr. Crolhers. The chairman then called upon Ihe lion w T. Crolhers, minister ot lab- or lo address the delegates. As lie im" time, would bes to bo for Uncle Sam. of sir Pobcrt Uordcn then arose again, .and staled Ihal he had not What the Press Agents Say togrow view of llio States were. comrades n anus and allies, he. would the delete lo loin III three chcc-ri -'or the Lulled lMi.es Thc premier led Hie cheer- ing wwch" was given mosl vociferous. S John Wlnslone. wlio attended lite as the reprcMntalive o Boulton's Aulo Livery WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX 'YEARS IN'THE. LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 The Hudson Auto Livery SERVICE Palace Confectionery Phones: buy-----fif'8 .Niglit- tics lo indicate lhat v.outrals.woulc Ect pride the elpoui o i. IVal no more forclen would ho made cxcepl on the Etrlctesl rationing. Receipts today ,ows, a notable enlRTgcment, csrecl- anil Mln- o CioBJng Whsat cash loramai. 2.yellow 153 nnri 04- No. 4 yellow ZQdanct 20IW; No. 4 -SHOW, 3 white, S yellow, 'white, li iriEcJ, Braiv Kmden, nrond. DU wlien ino OMIIO fcas at r weren't Ihe people of Sydney Uon One would have thouirhl u.oy u or ID nuuresa iuc uv.-B----- n, nlster wended his way IhroUEl. the crowd from the rear of ihe hall one of the delegates arose and i Lbe chairman; on "l do not think lliat we should waste lime l.y listening to lhat honorable Gentleman." storm o! protcsl arose from me delegates, and a point of order was established. Upon one ot the com- miltee stating that the cnnvenf on I tvas at present in Ihe Lands of ll.e _ -.__ :i ,irnn1mOll3- coniinUec.il was unanimous- 21 r AT THE EMPRESS Mine 1'elrova's raresl arl as screen star stands lorlli In this most guealion'ol whether or not ttl wants lo Bel IHe.li or low class motion Picture films Eeems to havo bren pretly definitely .lee.dcd by tho reception the New York public on Kivei, "Joan tho Woman." lhe wonder- ful picture ill which Jesse I.. Lasky IE. i is lhe altrai-lloii at I I'rlor to the production of lh.3 lu many ot lho wiseacres In tho Uiu butliiess said lhat lhe picture, glit prove to be- over Ihe heads of. 1 iubllc and lhat a pltlure on a, 1 lower scale ivould Le surer of I However, day after uay, many ot the thai had been asked be- Ean 10 be answered by the resuUs at .he Ihcalre bov ollicc. H clttl not tako i IOUB for Ihc young folks of Ihe city jo rtlllze that love was .fton- derful back In the days of Joan of Arc il Is loday. and makers ot this plc- inr. read her. career cnouBhoflnd turf reau ner r screen star ,hat Bhc had the same kind pi ne. iltracllvc of l.er produciloiis. "The te young g.rls bosom. Secret of Eve." This Is a play ih. that, she sacrl- n-ill appeal to every wommi. need this love tor greater love other Ihcreby it will to Iho men, who lry was enough lo her TO- will KO along will, ll.e women folks. mnke as a mot on p.c. nroud. une woum .----j--- haa im.llf U.B boat and else on the Islands li. The ll one, and lhat the d. ilually r.nd collectively, bear in mind Iheir respon and the Important charge In thC't'" Ovation for Watters.- Preslienl J. C. Walters of the. Do- m nlm, Trades v.ud Labor was presented and look over the Tbe ovation lhat Mr. Waller, d probably Brealest HO aiuiiji "mi If lor no other reason llran to sluily somellilng thai ottracls Ihe oppos.lo B6iiul in going to sec "The Secret ol Kvc" the men will get a big Jolt Ihal scl Ihem lo thinking a whole lot ami talking about play. The rea- son for this is lhat' "The Secret of Eve" is n splendid ot Ihe spirit of self-sacrifice IhaLexlsIs In ev- ery woman-ihe splrll. .that makes a Irue sweetheart, a wife, a motl.er. mance .0 infirm turo story as has ever been Mbo, Ilie wonderful battle- scenes in the iilcUre proved to be just as spectacular as anything that has ever been done on tho screen, and more real than most picture SCAddeif to this was the pageantry lhafe pleased every eye. carried put proved to be lo Ihe last. las bul lo sludy Ihe pajeanlry OL picture lo have a perfcclly clear i" nf iiincp nnvs to 210! to to OiTwitir-SCreet'.. New Vorii; llm.idat- Ing movemenl-seerned lo have run Its course the.-'.tlme-..being the bears began Ib bid "for Blocks lo coyer Prices rallied 'I ?-po.lnt3 In'lhc last hour.'bul came ulinost lo a'lisll on Ihe rise. -Tbc .closing was Ir- i[ regular. TecClHiuii r i i decided to hear the minister of lab Canada toV'liis heallh and will re- moln lor about anclhcr week 1 e., I iuvcr. nr. Davl> Ra'l from vnncouvcr. m- Drocceded in parjiaincui. inc pati ne ETnatly irapressed LptlrtirldBa as Jfc see the people'of Cairadft more j bmer Qnd unirallod for aUac G _' i nf the other ,..m, nariHmrntan' urocc'1-i noEslbU Imie nc rrnatlV impresseu HKC tc see me compared with most 'of .the [Lnlar will, narliamcn-.ary proced-, nfairlo towns and cities. "The, plon-1 unfortunately few had an op- ee? who started tree planlfne 'n. .ortunlty'of house In ses- Lethbridge'deserve a lator convent on, Irue swcctticari, a ntii, lo nave a This world-old Ihemo wlllcl, has Ira- how lho ol lliose lived, died through life since the beginning jf humanity Is exceptionally well hand- ed In the Pctrova play, Kirsl .t shows a mother's self-sacrincc of a ilaUBhtcr. And in that fpirll ot sclf-Eacrir.ee is tlie spirit Ihal was crealed with Eve. AT THE OHH1.EUM The Martyrdom of Nurse Cavell will be the big feature tonight at the Or- 11 The1 Martyrdom of Nurse Cavell comes In four reels. The first part of tho slory shows her as 2 young girl ,n the wl.oleaomc surroundings of an Fndlsli home Tl.en llio scene shifts where as a trained nurse she receives on appointment, in -the Then the orr's AUTO LIVEUY Day Phont'tMO Nlgrjt Phone-787 Cram I Day and Nlu'nl Strvlee. Stind al While Lunch 1127 track Wlieat LiyEBTOCn-pftlCES-. Choice chalco; Cows, Selccl hogs, 150.10 250. Ibs.; Cbolco killing Choice illllng ewes, sheared. Sc. Lclhbrmge ncscr-.o from the pcople'of this city he dared. the most l.omeliUe I have seen on the vr.Mr.es. Galt'Oar- dens are grand. Lethbrldge h.as a right lo be'prond of her pioneers. ALBERTA AUTO CENSUS: The department-of public works of llie province ol Alberta bas suplilieri some interesting informal.on on ilral'9.857 licenses Issued In Alberta number 61 per cent.'.were Fords. In all, there tliScrcnt make 61 cars listed. Tlie- M.lAngr, n with S79 cars ami Ihe Chevrolet-will! 13 stand in second and poslllonE. The Ford'is'flrst with irany bluer ami she receives nn ai ittacks which n.iy.posslbl) haie l.eenu hospital. made n Ihe.hope lhat the ranks of othorE nci! lhe organl-ed labor would be split- -abor f stays nnd tbe 'nowiver. old not Intend to be In as the world Tht original and jenuirie treat- ment chronic- dlse.ia, ,of women and ntrvous complainlt. Send for free copy of "Universal Guide lo and a trial box MRS. WM. FRANCIS, co. Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 lit. SI. W., Calgary nelnp overseas fighti iie for right. These men were c.itlt ed to Ihe Irealesl conslrtcrallon- the men who had gone, the men who were who had returned, 'anada and Canada's people could the admiration 'ic-Fora is nrsi Slatlslics "on the- cars in Uie province will not be'avatl- able.for some weeks. A luminous-paint for Invented In'Englana, Is Mid to.be so cITccilve lhat car coaled w.lh I Is visible nl nlghl for two miles wllhou lho use of lamps. I said lhat il Ger- crushed It to an nulocracy lhat was 1 referred lo Russia, tnen my despair bul is nv-hone! 1 have more recenlly will. the for inose; nooiu b The minister concluded by KPln (o uuiife nom solution of Prohlems Dem- DRAYING Ph.ntl 1315 cr 1356 Witcbell Sffiet rt Kennedy'! 410 1Mb CoalCOD. CALL A "BAWTH" IN AN ENGLISH CAMP DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING Pacific Cartage Co. j. D. Thomal. Ferauion "Phone 330 DRAYING (if All .Ofncm r nil 1M4 lIuis.aEm, uii" 7-- IhroliBlinut-. tho hall- ScBnieroT, Introduced Ihe prem Ic-r. who was ngalri cheered as he arose to speak. PremTer Speaks. "H 'Ivcs mo the greatest pleasure, said Sir Iloberl, "to .Have this oppor. t'mltv of greeting wlsnlug you all God speert. I have lust come 1 n an assembly Ihal has been sit tin. fnr elc'.t months now, but 1 no not voEn lo think- that I will make SeTraglii my address on i ,eom- paratlvo basis with the. session of Ihe f So bomlnlon'o; Canada meet wlj Kfercnt vicwa nnd Ideals, It Is goo h.t tb.y c.-.r. Wt as I CrC'- Tribute to Labor. Continuing, Sir Robert buld a high rlbnte lo "hi great wprVaccompllsh ivl liv In Ihc crisis ot the pus hree Aars all the magnificent yor ban played I o 'effort of men thai Ihey Sncaklne mrlhcr, lho premier that he had come lo welcome tho de >le referred In glow n E term o tho boy. over at the ftoal, ll n lhe battle lloln> ihe tlelcsil" (o rememh he'greal IhaL lhe men ihakl wore making. Future at men know what Ihey a .Russia, in j revolutionize tton-.wi mallere of ilmt rralurc. plct.irc 13 tallied "ft C' J lakcn lu a Ilrltlab nll.ltary camp (cr Ekephie.13 In lie U U We musl sterll we must above all stick ether.. The.neople of Germany arc [or Cra'etc al Press, ilerrtnr (gain to the manner In had.been "vlliliicir by (he esslof Wallers conlln- of thjs nattiro' will mo Vo change my altitude, nn 1 wlir continue lo carry on my ork ueforo this coni-B- lori' closii I am conT.nccd Hint the abo'r Sot Canada will set ,olr itlfturie in such a way Ihal It will clear, so clear thai H cannot declared., llio unrtntlnu iorrti'tlly address ho lo he nornlnB nesslnr, was given up to the calling together of committees, antl Or THE GHEAT SPECIAL BELGIAN DRAMA The Martyrom Nurse Cavell BARRIER I Audiences FAMOUS NOVEL TIios. Mcighan tun u'vaTERV WHICH IS BAREO (H EVERY WOMAN KNOWS AND GUARDS A BIO riAUOHTY THOUGHT Comedy EVERY WOIHAN ;