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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SKl'TKMUEK 18, 1917 THE USTHBlUmiK DAIL-J EIKRALD PACK FIVE. TheFamous Canadian Salt MARKETS First Silo Tlio llrsl silo In Ihe LoUilirlrlBO dis- trict lias Iwca liulll and Illllcil. II Is eretled on Ihc 'iltiiry I.loyd. Ucvlno anil Nchlsoii near Ilio rfly. H Is a 90 Ion sl.'o In u-lilch ore Kloral 1-' acres of green oats 15 tons of Iblril-culUliK Tlic mixture was put through a cutting box and stored Uie same day ns cut. Mr. Lloyd elates that they lione to blillcl unolhor next year anil may try a layers of Hus- 6lan sunflower HS An l'.mlpcE, W'tnulptg test wlicat closed utKlianjccI- Oats n-cro [rai'tlonally lllgiicr barley ipcj 2 Iroill the previous close. Flai -jji. ItccelutA of wheat >vcrc 55S rare: of these 60S wero contract graJes unil D2 new ivueat" Tliese are uy. eiccs- 6lvu receluts In.view of tuo geuerally MrcalliPr map. During UIB early part of (lie session Uiaro was u fairly good (or cash from On'.aiio millers. Tlie future market for oals and flax comcwhat- ftriner Ihls morn- ing, a uumll reaction beJng nolJccd the sllslit overselling o! Mou- ilay. At the close October oats wero litglier. November !ttc, Decem- ber ilic anJ Jlay I'.ic up from Ihc .vlous close. liarloy was down 1C from the previous close. Flax was up for Ulsher for NovcmLer and 3C hljlier for Decem- Licr from Hie previous close. Buy Staude Mak-a-Tractor and :i Forrt GUARANTEED 4 H.P. J. October Novcuilic-r Cecember May Oclolier October November. December Winnipeg Market. Open. MX 113 321 315 XD. 2 Nor...218 Nor...210 No. 6 Xor.-.lSO amBuk ENDS PAIN EVERY 'MCTHEK SHOULD ffffP a BOX OH V 505 Boul ton's Auto Livery WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 The Hudson Auto 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery Phones: Day-r-fifiS .Night T OTT'S AUTO LIVERY1. Day 1540 Might'Phone 737 I Showers' Auto Livery I Day and Night Service. I Stand at While Lunch I Phone 1127 .ft 319 317 314 Wirinbes Cash I .Vor.. .231 .Vo. 3 No. Nor. .IPO FcctJ ........................HO Oala No. 2 C. No. 1 fced-.rGGv'i No, 2 Teed.. No. 3 ......120 No. 4 .....-11C Rejected and feed ......Jl- 1 No. 2 N'o. 3 C.W...307 Cattle Recelr-tB. Winnipeg." Sept today wcro 551) calllc and 200 hoga. The catlle market Is-steady at unchanged prices. Tlio biilk ot lhe: olferinga are butchers" sluff'wltli very Tew stocker cattle cQinlnff. The market re- inafnod steady at ?IG.T5. Chicago Markets. Scpl. of Irosl b rough I n upturn In corn values. Tlic Foveriimenl lore- cast definitely Inrticalefl frost lo- in Nprih Dafcala arid' there were unofficial prophecies lo- which considerable atlenlfon was given. Re cent declines oh account or ?.n appar- ently crop outlook seemed to render llic market unusually susccpl ible a likelihood.of adverse devel- opments. Opening quotations, rnnscil from Ihc same as yesterday's finish to to fol- lowed by an advance nt. Ic or more a bushel all around. CoronissJon rates for .hiuidlinE wheat received notice. Conferences'werc.ln progress iooJtlng where (he rales had'Iwen recently tid- varced somewhat- Offerings ot -wheat were much smaller than yesterday; and not one ojjfirler enmieh lo supply-current re- quisitions Irani Canada, however, Iho- movement much heavier. Whoa nominal. 2 200; No. 3 yellow and' No. -1 yellow, nominal, Oats No. 3'white, slanilarrt to 60-Jt.-.'-', Minneapolis, Market. SepJ. {3 yellow 204 lo 206.' ,1 "white to 69y. Flour unchanged. Ntw York Slocks. New York, ScnL Canadian Pacific and "Delaware and Hudson brofce to new low levels In the final hour and other repreacntn- llvo rnllroada'Bliarcs weak. This was largely'offset by a break In call moucy.ury case. These are the only three on '.ho docket. ev vs. StQTO Siiiilh Ilio Ilrst case caHed. The Jury cmpaimcllod composed ol Ira Flctc-licr. Don Hyde. Marl Low. K- G, U'aiidlastoii. lthCM" -Harlrer auJ D. A. JJouneil, C..F. P. Is far the crown and C. F. Harris Is coun- sel for tho defendant. AT THE OFPHEUM THURSDAY Ottawa Govt. Paying For Re- ports on Mines Not Even Lncaled in OFFERS TO ACT AS Washington, Sept. ary of Lahor Wilson has tele- graphed W. T. Boyce, assistant inspector of immigration at San Francisco, to tender his offices as mediator or conciliator of the strike-between the workers and the shipbuilders -there. Paris. Kept. troopa. al- ter ft violent bomLsrdmenl south of (he MfeHe river last nlglit launched nn attack and reached Ihc French lines towards' tho Nenfchatol road. Tlic French odlclal Statement Issued today says that alter a sharp fight the Teu- tons wore ejected from the posillons, losing heavily aii'l leaving prisoners In Ihe lianila of the French. The artil- lery wag active on balli sides of the Meuse river and In (he region ot Fosse Wood, On Italian Front Rome, Sept. official state- ment Issued, by Ihc Hallau cilice says: the sou'thern area of tlic Bain- iza plateau, further enemy counter lAcks promptly repulsed. "In the Carso (here irerc brisk ar- tillery duels and IrequeiU harassing fire." DRAYING Phonel or Turner Witchell Office it Kennedy'l 416 131h SL CoalC.O.D. Fnclllc, U. S. Slcnl G. T. R. Earnings. Montreal, Sepl. 18.--Grand Trunk Hallway system traffic earnings from Sepl. S to 14, 1517, J1.H00.7J5; 1316, increase, DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVINO Pacific Co. J, D, Triftmat D. Ferfluton Phone DRAYING Of All WesternTransferCo, Limited Olilet f. m, Fnlghi WIFE TOLL "I forget nil about It. I no want to Tills rctnsal on Iho pfirl ol Mrs. Klcvo Srafdi whun she (oojc Nin Flnnd lor Ihc pro.iecuUon Jri (he rjute.of Hex vs. Sieve Smith Ihls aftcrrioon meant Iho tnlllnp tbrongli of the charge agfttnat Tier husband, Mr, Scott ft-aa nppealeditn hj1 tho crown proscculor ljut .stalrt-Ihftt he conlrt OUawa, Sept first matter discussed in Ihc commons, this atler- noon 'ivas the report of Ihe joint iniltcc of Ihe sonalo anrt house of commons on Lhc cost ol public prlnl: J. A. Currie, chairman of ihe committee, said ihal the mines branch n-as one of the worst dcparlmental offenders. This brnnch, ho said, had ins a report, of n niina which not even localed In Canada. Sir Tloliert flordcn, in referring'lo tliQ recointncntlniion of the commJUee Iban an educational licard ol tlirec members should be appointed lo super ininllc vrinling; saiJ lhat the SUR- gefiUon was Tfprlhy of consltlcration. He was confident thai Uie report would bo adopted, cither in its present or'a modified form. Ke suggesled lhal .two or three members of'the govern- 'incnl v.-ork in conjunction with the educational lioard. Sir Wflfrltl Laurler said he csiild not .iltojicthpr approve uf the rcromuiend- allon made by Ihc Joint committee. Ilcsponslhllily for departmental re ports Bbbuld continue to rest minister of Iho crown. It Is Ilio duty ol Ihc ministers lo sec lhat the Inlorrna lion given the puhllc Is as lorni as possible. The publication of spnic reports he dlsconllnueri Col. Currio said U WHS not proposed lo Interfere- wJlh the mlntstar whose dodslon would he final, nut an educa tlonal hoard woulil-prcsenL n lot'-o unnecessary duplication anil reduce the cost to tho puWlc. TJie repprl was sdopletl. On tho orders of the day Sir. Sam Hughes asked the minister of mllllli why returned soldlera are noi permII led to wear Ihe divisional uadgcs worn Iiy theiii at llic front. Sir Bit ward Kemp replied' tlie these were merely Identification badges anil Ihal under the rcgiilalftms of Iho Imperial army they wcre'.kbp posed lo be removed when the edldle left the front. Ho only knew ot oni cnao where a soldier on his rclurn t6 Canada had been ordered to rernovi one of LhCEC badges. 'Sir Sam declared lhal he pereonall: knew ot twenty, cases where soldier liad been brusquely (old nol to them. Co. J. A. Ciirrlb asked It nn orde hpul been Issued allnwln? membetB o the first CatlHdinn division retume homo lo wear their Line (infantry) an red (artillery) itiouldcr' atfnps...' Tho minister of nilllllA promlttd t not force the lo giVo !evidence apalnsl her husband, nnrt he Instructed tho Jury In n vcr- tllrt o.' ''nol guilty" which ihpy dlil KhoMt leaving Ihclr acntg. The caso ot nei vs. Schwartz la now bclore Thts'nJgo Is n Jury case. Traction Engine REPAIRS We ire will handle vaa lh house peaactl on to the considerflllb of sonalo nmendflcnls to the tnllltn volers ncU COKTIXUED FJtOM FnQXT ntllled lo the same privileges aod rotcction? Should we not give ur Eupjiort." 1 J 'Montreal, who as furnished Ihe fireworks BO far at ve convention, tlicti sprang- lo his eei and created sourewhal of a scnsa- ph'.by saying tliat If'h'c had nol pre- lously-insulled Iho Aiuerlcan Fcdern- Labor, It was due In an ovcr- ighl. Hu would (6 it that" Ihfs versighl was rcrUOcrl later, "1 oppose the resolution tated Mr. Cassidy, "for I Xhpw that Mpnlrcal, union men who arc in unl- orra have been called'upon'and urged o keep" up ihc light for- the bosses, Vlien n man joins Ihc army and dons ;haki he automatically ciils himself iff from organized'laoqr and is ng'for someUilng along entirely dlffer- inl linca." FInully, Ihe report was lurncd over o Lhe committee on pensions. Dclc- at Hamlllon, was mndo a DJeibber ot Ihl3 commiUee. A resolution that Uie cptigrcss place tself on record as being In Favor of uniform blower laws for all processes a of I'liJtC'l Stincs soldiers, and one of lh cm. hartKuino young Lleutcmni loves who worships him. Hut ilie Iciiian blood that Is to run ru Jior Is "Iho barrier" Uiein. '1'olt-ou Doret. lilg-her.rtcd Fresirhiuau, air') loves the Birl, and It Is through his nobility ami sol'-sacTifico Ihat neas conu-s lo Ihw girl her eoldier- lover. after ninny cxfUhiK experiences (or ihoni all. The arrival of Dan Hon- neii, his recognition of LIs long-lost daughter, Ihr, rr-Jicwal of Ihe ionic-si cii him and Gaylord, nnd (he-par- llon lu lUe iilol.of a numlitr of oilier characlcrs cause a of (hat produce thrill after Ihrill, There are several "inan-lo- uan" iigbtR, ami niany scn- Imeiu and humor. The mountain, desert, lake and rlrcr scenes aro ueaullful and plcturesnic-, ud ihc tliflk-ult chnrarlerlaalious are carried oui in an able" manner by a carefully selected cast i s. ATTHEORPHEUM Those who have not seen (lie Mar- tyrdom of Cave'd at Ihe Orphe- ura Ehculd du so lontgbt, It is a pic- ture depicting llie martyrdom of Ihe nurse by llie Germans, and is four reels of vllal, tripping drama thai will 11 ever leave ihe memory, once seen. AT THE EMPRESS Great ECCIIPS r.bound in ''The Secret 61 the Metro-Popular. Plays ar.d Flayers production starring Mme. Pc- trova will be et 'the Em- press theatre lonleM. This Jlve-acJ screen drama has been. ..written liy Aaron HofTnian, a wizard ol Uio film drama, directed by Perry A'eftroff and produced foy Popular Plays and Play- ers, In "Tne Secret of Pe- Irova Is seen in lour rllatlnt-t charac- the original mollrer of all. Eve, in the garden of Eden, as Ha- gar, a gypsy woman of the caravans, Eve, the young girl, Kagar's'child, who becomes a Quaker, and as-Eve, (lie galely-loving irife'of Arthur Bran [Ion, Never has Mme.-Pelrova hail au opportunity to show such versatility. LILY WHITE CORNSYRUP For Preserving Use "I.Uy White" to Iwo-tliiriU Sugar, by "Lily Goto Syrup pre- Ntotl ftrmcDlation end anti niAei belter Presents, Jomi end Jellies lliau with all sugar. Wriie for hceCott wi emu suflCH co. uina, MONTREAL, 20 u? bolng ciiual to, if not grealer than. "The blrlh o( a Nation." In order thai everyone may have an opporlun- ily seeing this feature, too perfor- mance o.Tt'h day will bi> conllnuoua Ironi l.'Ji> lo n p.m. A feature ol the evening show will be the special .IV.USLC by an augmented orchestra, I This Is a opporlunlty to i nmrvpllous producllon at reas< !c prices. Xevr Urun'svrlck A. luff, K. C.f St. John. Eugene Goilin, K. C-, treal. A. U Halnlng, Ituoba-E. R. W Important Rdotations Ottawa, Sepl. deh.itc iij flri'adpplloij of the various resolutions ocfiupled llie ntlcution of Iho delegate.1; 33rd annual convention to the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada at' the morning session loilny. some'cases the debates were quite gUiy nnil somewhat, healed. pmtleu- larljvln the rase of Ihc resolution pro- posing' iLe establishment, .of rural ere compEnaalion act. sol cr-s' pay and other war mailers. A Ereal numuer of the resolutions wore referred to llic committee on of reports, and of the fifteen twenty resolutions presented, only y verc finally adopted. The Trnnaeoiia cbu script f on resolution held for further rnporf, as was the rur credits resolution. Thfe bleeeat ilebilc wna on the qvtcs rrcdlls and the back-to- fhe-lnnd movement. Delegate nftc, delegate nreucrl rorilrary to Lhls ment on the grounils that aelllera were Belying to make a living on barren grounds while corporations woro hold Ing fertile ucrei which thoy paid no faxes, The move Aicnl to acnil relumed soldiers lo th buali Ip.nda met wild opposition on th grounds that (lift fovcrnmenl, if f .wpiiM, these men rkht 01 ICTttlft The fcaolullcn TTBS finally referred In (h6 provincial executives 'lo with. Ew- Osier, Toronto, M. Carson, Calgnry. Pririce' Edward W. lanley, Charlotte (own. The reglstrar-ifnr Nova Scotia Las oL yet been appointed. FARM LABOR Phone or Write Bcas-i Icy Employment: Agency for Your Fiirm We have a large number ol good men arriving day. We on nur lists a num- ber of good cooks, male and fe- male, also separator men and en- gineers, both gai and steam with good papers. We can also pltce 25 bundle teams at attractive figures. AT STARLANTD Ulanchc Sircel will be at Ihe Slarland again In the .fessi L. producllon'- "The Silent a.lhrilliug drama ol busi- ness Jllo written trom. the storj' by Edmund GoulcUng aiid for the screen by (icorge OuBoIs Proc- tor. Miss Sweet is scc.T'as a clever ivile but Iroin ruin. (1- n Wednesday and TJi lira flay llie celebrated slar, Geraldtna Farrar, be peen in Cecil Il.-McMillc's stupen- dous phol o-s pec lade, "Joan The TMs great' product Ion It as been so widely advertised that- It needs r.o comniftnt Suffice IL to aay tliat when il was sliown In the ctly last spring Uicso ivbo witnessed. H were unanimous In proclaiming it The original and genuine treat- ment for chronic dfteaaei of. worrtsn and nervous complalrrtB. fiend for fVee copy of "Urivenuil Guide ID ind a trial box MRS. WM. FRANCIS, co. Mrs, H. B. Wilton, 102 St. W., Calgary Paris, Sopl. French minis-1 rlftl flcclaratlpii was read hy Prof. aulTnlnleve, llic nrcinicr, in the amper ot this afternoon. IL I eaffirma the rtoterminatlon of t'rance o pontiune (he .war until the dls-an-, iciallon of'Alsccc-Ijorrnfnc from Ger- many Is assured, along witU reparation the. damage PRUSCI! by ILe Ger- mans, .Referring" lo the efTorls mario liv Ihc Crmana Ihe moral forces the .country, the tlcclaralioii says hat In easel already under invcsUga- Ion ami those thnt may Iiorcaflcr re- e will follow ID Its course without 'hesitation or weakness .wlhout latlng any nccounl what- over of Involved. 'Whoever mtjhts himself an )Uce ot says Ihc declara- ion, Ihe rigor or Hie f- I SPECIAL ATTRACTION, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY '0 E It A L-jvi N K F A K R A K IK THE MAGNIFICENT PHOTO SPECTACLE 'JOAN THE WOMAN' Continuous Performance Frorn 1.30 to 11 p.m. Daily, Special Muilc Each Evsnl'ng from 7 p.m. by a SIX PIECE OKCHKSTKA 35c and I5c. Evenings 50c ind.ZSc. HAUGHTY Keystone Comedy LAST TIMES TONIGHT. JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS BLANCHE 8WEET AND TIIOS. MEIGHAN IN "THE SILENT TOjNlGIT.T PRICE'S THE STORY OF THE'.CREAT SPECIAL BELGIAN DRAMA 'The Martyrdom of In Motion Picturef. A biographical tribute Id the memory of a deeds of bravery and Mcriricc sllrred the whole world. "THE BARRIER By Bejch. The millions vihi rtad Btn Beich't baoki will Hn4 new joy In pictured v'tfilon ol hit-great novel. Mire lo HI TW Barrier" and Ukc the children with Matineti lie, lie. Evtn. 2Sc, 90c, 7Sc, pMPRESt m_JL TONK3HT fc; f LAST TIME Every WoruJiii and a Big Mystery Which Bkred In The Secret Petrova Metro Lateit Current ttmtti..' WEDNEIOAV A Picture WiU ;