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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SK1T1-.MKEK 20, 1917 lillers Have Monoply of Grain, Says Buyer TIIF. LRTHBRimJE HE Thai the millers ot Western Cau- au absolute monopoly on bushel of wheal In the --.'-lo provinces year Is the made lo Tho Herald loday by gralu buyer. millers can buy every bushel wheat marketed over our heads, I waul to. and they stem to will Ihe p'leaiuri! cj the six-cylinder OLDSMOBILE In Lethbrlrlje. P1IOXK 1050 P. King's UTO. UKM CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE lo tor they are taking cars rlghl uu- Ucr our noses with a smile. And here's Iho way It l> done, government hss to lhey havc U to Ihe millers lhat they may pal c cenl over the maslraum price ,o result b thai a track buyer come nd gets the car. Tho llcraldu Informant decla hat ho liau lost many cars this Hal manner, avd he was Impolenl 0 help XseU. The millers simply only have they tho monopoly ihn handling of tlio wheat crop, but 'bey also seem to be able to set their own price on Hour, thus glv ng hem both declared Iho s flared II out for me and aud had IiU head chopped off by a mob and his head has not yet been Suck It you I'.ve the ataluto hooks, wcll-we are a suprein power to disrespect any laws on th9 entirely of Ihe A. of L. Samuel Uompcrs tlcesu I nee to tell us what to do. Prefers British Rule Delegate J. A. Murphy, (Ottawa) "In Ibis regard (1 am now speaking o the amendment before tba bouse) k mo say that for 57 ycara 1 have enjo t.1 (h" protection of the Ilrillsh fla and the Urillsh nation, and I kno now lhat Ihire Is no power on ear that can take It away Irom me. Thai an- 1 stand on the question of co crk'tlon. Some one referred to IUDD do nul think lha; there Is a _ KX] of this occurring- I still "irc'To" hold allcKlance lo my count and her nrlm-lnles-and to keep co leclcd with the empire. 1 sill pre Lloyd George lo Bclhmnnn-Hoilw anil King Uc-orge lo Kaiser Wilhelm Delegate Hardy Mr. W stone made a remark lu his addr lis Thai means they Protests! Calgary, Sept. W. IV I., llardle of Lethbridge. ai this inoni- liiE-a tetston ol Ihe t.'nlon of Mbcrla MunK-llialllie, entered a visorous uro st on tho subject ol rural municipal- 1C5 senulug pallentH lo illy s id then relualiiB to be responsible or their unpaid bills. Major Hard dJ.-d. lhal there was now J10.0M on bo books of the l-cilibridec; hospilnl Ihls heading. Mr. HarJie r opinion lhat niunlcipaHllcs should ,c cither made responsible far entorc HE these collecilons or organize hos pltals and care lor their ira-n jullcnta Don't SCOUR Your Teeth Boulton's Auto Livery WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery Phones: 12fi'J iriiat they will to to tho consumer wcslern Canada. The government be satisfied that they ore square deal." CLOSE KACE IN PASS 18 SKCKETAKY rsnccl-l to Hie Herald) II. 20.- nelurnL ,_m Ihe Sloiinay'a second election for vlce-presidcnl and secretary-treasurer Dislrlct IS, V- stone mauo a n.-njain Iho olher day thai met with the proval ol Ibis whole convention Thai ins when lie said lhat the Welsh niln- crs had saved llio soul of trade union- Ism of Great Britain Tho miners illtl this by defying tho aw. The military low gives us two alter- natives Either volnntOT for service or lake an enforced holiday for five ycara or less. In my opinion. It 3 more noble lo take lhal enforced holi- day than lo shed more blood on the field ol flandcrs. 1 support the amend- ment of Deicgalo Karmlllo." Delegate Knight, I am utterly opposed lo the committee report. It says hat 11 wealth Is conscripted we will take no further action to oppose conscription or words io lhal cficcl. Now, I am op posed lo conscrlpllou In any shape o form. i Strong Language Here Delegate Knlgbl related an I: 'he was present, an returned soldiers broke up 111 USE o cleans jwlishcs in a natural way-get Mennen's. pit Iltioi- The Three "It.'s" Mavor llanlir In opening the discus- sion-' ol Ihe convention took Ulf the o( (loser relations between Ihn M.IKKII boards an! the ind ia d'..ins so criticized the uiTlc-ul'JU' Me li'cmght the education of his boyhood days. In which Hit three It's svcro -mr.liasiied. was equj] d II not beucr lluu that of the pres cm uav. He thought the present currl lu'um'too eitenslvc. He believed tlwt he oasis on which the boards could I L" together was cm the basis of the ilirci! It's As a a MY ho aclvorate.1 sckc-IIvc education lines for which he was best adapted. ____ I ill injurious coovrt suitu And then thereto the ftesb cool STARI-'AND wiih OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Oav Phone 1540 NIBhl Phone 787 more Femle Jllehel and Carbondale had heen reported, th. lolal results clnr- ns follows: For vlco-presldcnl. and Christopher RUCaUii u.ui Par- Has 5ST. tor and Drownc promises lo be a close COUP. BARCLAY DEAD Otilclal word was -.._ morning lhal Lance-Corp. W Han, Barclay who was reported h vear aco Is now presumed to haw died. Lance-Corn. Barci.y with a Soulhern A bcrla rcglmenl and_ went JXlnVon October Slh. Print to cnllslmenl he was- a C- P. R. black mllh here. ihe favorite. Sepl. tlic tell o[ uie German reply to Tope llencillu s neaco proposals will not he before Simciay the Uerlin press and parliamentary circles concur In the urc-llcllon that the niMsase will not make special declarations concerning Uclgtuiu. Tho fate of that rounlry just now is ailing forth ciccssive wan-German otblnrj clue to recurrent rumors lhal uc government had definitely -lecidc-d o abandon all Inlrntlons ot altemptcd ontrol In tho occupied llelglan lerrl- orv. While Ihese reports arc saul lo av'c basis In the alleged "trial bal- oon" sent oul by Kngland, they equal- rK HUC01.- F. RITCHIE ft CO. L1WITID 10L Geraldine Vnrrar IK "Joan the Wo v.iil (in Iho ailrac'llon for Hie last times lonlghl. Toll Is undoubtedly tne ot Ihe most sluuencloUH and nisg- nificeot features ever produced. Joan of Arc Is oiio oi che outstanding fig- ures In lil-itory and the play is not on- ly hut romantic. N'o expense has 10 make this a most elaborate photo spcctado ami who have nut yet seen it should do so by all means lonlght. The i-hotinlng young star, Julse Huff and Jack I'ickford. will L scc'l Friday and Saturday In Slar-, bu Fairfax's vhotodraraalliallon of, n SifattoD Porter's tclcbraicil 110- Thick of lie term'laden t your iliin.and clochci mult come Into conlsct with every day. Then remember thai there ii iplcndid 'LIFEBUOY NCfriic F story Is probably one of the most familiar In the English language. i a novel II bad a ereal clrculallori 'and later was dramatlted and ulayftcl the stage The story Is exactl> llclai 'insplrtalo'nVr Ihe purpose of j ,0 these clever young feovte supporting Hie amieiallonlsts cam-1 wbo, as co-slars. scored suet DRAYING Phonca IMS or I3W Turner Witcbell >t Ktnnedy'i 410 13lh St CoalC.O.D. ITALIAN FRONT. I Sepl military rrocrauo'ns on the Austrn-Ilnllan front yesterday the olflcltl statement given oul 'today al Ihe war office saya: On Ihe wholo front Ihere was moderate activity. There was no Important enl." FURNITURE AND PIANO I MOVING Pacific Cartage Co. j.-p.Th.n.a, D. Ferau.en ,Phonc330 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCp, Limited PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 'To Wit: Ily virtue cl a of Bxecn- tlon issued oul of the Supremo Court of AlherU al the snjl of Mark M. Wilson, Plalntirf and John McCann, Defendant, and lo me dlrecletragalnat Ihe Goods ami Challels of John .JIcGann 1 have seized and laken InlD Ex cciitlon Iho followinrOood" Chattels, namely: J I Case engine; Cockshul 1'lowni breaker bottoms; Nlcbol and Shcparcl-.Separator; Dllch er; one and oue-half set', ura harrows; i Wagons'; 2 Dlndcr and 2 Drills; .2 (long Plows. Which 1 rtall expose tor sale o Monday the 24th da ol AT MCCANN FARM; SOUTH iAftT OF COALDALu At the hour of J o'clock In afternoan. M. VOUNO, Sheriff Judicial Sheriff's Office; LetlbrldBe, Sepl. 13, UCICBULC King did you call 'hired ruffians? i Deleeite Knight: "When I us that term, I did not refer to Ibe r jldiers as a body, or lo t I Croat War Veterans' association. T was Justified In 'president Walters then said 11 some of the boys who had returner! from the front were men. lie regretted lo say, could only be chai- aclorlMcl as hired ruffians. Tlils'cOMld not lie snid of returned men In gen- CrDcleBate Marlel, lhal 11 was useless to waste time in Icnelhy discussions. The only proper waftor labor lo indicate Its alltune, rloaily was to declare a general strike "nelcgale Foster, said hn. bad nolhlng bul the highest praise and admiration for the reiumen lal he did not agree v.-lth Ihe al tltude that some o! them hail adoptee Shepparcl. This officer had se himself up as a T_ Fostet was continuing to relate- IB various clashes ;hal had occnmcl I Winnlnog but. was ruled out ot order. }e remarked lhat he would Delegate Karmlllo's amendmenl and {STenouBh has been sent In prelect Flavelle and other hie InteresIs Delegate Gus Franca. clared himself strongly in favor of con- scription ot man-power and of jreaiin. Trailer, ol thought another resolution slioifld be rougt In affirming the opposition of Delegate Deanj (London, he cohgroES lo conscription. "stating ho would hate to th nk lhal he working class could not aw placed on the statute Hooks, Dele-. ale King Iboucht thai ny form Implied conscription ot all tie country's resources. The congress ihen adlourne iwo o'clock. Thcro Is some helle Ibat ,cit year's congress will bo held in Winnipeg. n supporting cue palgn. Official rraarlcrs loday were ah solutely, non-communlcailvc on .he ubiect of the German answer outside of admitting that It would ho delivered to tho liapl delegale at Munich tomor- row. The Impression prevailing In well-informed quarters is that Hie note will leave the subject ot Belgium in alicVajicc. This is considered wholly in keepine with the present efforts of Hie popo for mediation, which, It Is pointed out, do not call lor the spedde jeace lerms of any of the belllser enls. _____ The'cardinal principles oi "polillca vii., 'lhal you cannol gc somelhlng for kolhlng. Will Mr. Coc inform us how ins paper Is finance when 11 Is thrown promiscuously a over the city, aha the gems ot though ol this cultured university trained edl- r are cast to the four winds, lo Ihe Ecomtorl ot iliu streel sweepers. If Mr Cocci had consulted IBe ciuoi- r' of the above economic fact in his rofesslonal capacity, there woulrl have cen no necessity (or the sorry cihi- ,rtre ixinilon. Senl.-Z0.-It is learned 1 Greal Britain does not at present end lo approve any w comlucl tor Count on l.uitii ne German mlnlaler lo Argent whose .passports haTC been handed lo ilm by Ihe ArEenllne, .goyernmenl. Slockholr. Hsnalch lo Hcuter'i. says, that lh Swedish mlnlsler at- Berlin has ,bee inatrncted lo prolesf lo Germany a alnit Ihe 1-uxburg Incident; It beh "confirmed thai a German olflci abused Ihe confidence Sweden." Denies Complicity .Meilca City, BepL holm, 'lormcr allache ol Ihe Swe leiratioD in a statement to the Assoc ftfirniar cen no necessity cor me bu... ]iarl Oi cue ,0 hE Itlon of Ihls university trained edl or ,rc lvoimn, who lures inei to he escendlng into Ibe logic of the tap to destroy them, who as co-siars. a success in "Great Expectations ami "Seventeen." AT THE EMPRESS Header! by such famous players as ami the notable Paris an Thcda Harti Ihe casl.aEsein Mr the William Fox Production ir-A Fool There Porler Em- erson Browne's powerful drama of a sren and her victim, is In every sense L remarkably distinguished one 11 Is ,1 Iho Empress tonight [or the last "fiiwnrd .lose Is known'.o Mr Jose riayed practically even classical role la that aclrcsss reper Miss Bara is known to auuiencei In nerllu ana Vienna as well, as In Pa s where she was leading woniar, al lh Theatre Anlolne anil the Cymnasc She 13 peculiarly aultetl ance and temperament to cnacl lh part of the beantlful hearlless van 1 I....AC m0n In he escendlng into iwe11- oom.' Mr. Cocq will now have lo take own his classical mytholosy and hunt up some dead one like himself to come o his-defense. _ But "perhaps we thouli Inke -'ir. Cocq ph'llMOlAlcally, and view his an- tics as "addins lo Ihe joys of life. There is with every circus, in his oriental garo per forming his Denial gymnastics, as tlje French say, 11 Is to laugh. iniavo some further Information 10 onv o iUrs In this role. In rs n a small fortune and were dcalgne lareely by Miss Bara herself. AT'THEORPHEUM THE BARRIER TONIGHT. first 1 haYO S01UB luriner Tloirh Pic- Tho distinction of .being author lo produce his owni Look motion pictures belongs to I IB Beach Aiiicrica's most famous author who recently organized.he nexBeacb..- I notice tie IS..IIKC inu lum-a cary, who lake a slam al the N. or h he-Is lackled Eootl nnd strong, and finds he has backed a "bum-steer" like a coward he stales he does nof. intend Io enter Inlo any nmui, luinifci i T leealioD in a slatemenl to Ihe Assoc-1 .ted Press today dented lhat German wi assncialion was ac- vrihit'dl. offered or ,KV the above Tories as bcliiB a lalea rress cmmj .Minister Von Eckhardl promlEed him a decoration m a 'naT order or that be-received any such decoration. Qronnolm also de- 'nied lhal he had "furnished Ihe Ger- roil.-mlnlaler wilh Informallon ga h- iered amongst the enemies ot hla coun- ;.tbis slatement nainuilncd silence re made public by es Secretary pi Slate Illanslrig m which Minister Von EcX Ihardt. recommended .Cronbolm for a INVESTIGATE CKARGE8. People's Forum HOLMES JOWETT REPLIES cnignry, Sept. 18, 1917. Edllor of the Herald: '.Slr.-Paraon my'tntmslor, Saskatoon, Bask.; eallon Inlo charges made' w ,u, tlvc Cooper >salnsl inspector VaVer. sir ,n Io head ot the detective flepartrneji ol yon r vaiu Mli the local police, of neglect ol du y CiDcq- In s rf will bo resumed tonlgh About farty In L usuai he'cndea- Tne used by the above Tories as bcliiB a part of the -Liberal mochinc. what noltMI Toryism continues to rol as I Is doing, some other polillcal W ill o'-lhe-WIsp will spring lip and say 'but the Neit-ot-Kin smells !lkc Tory Then they will, have beei all round. The. Neil-of-Kln happens I be In1 a poslllon wliercby they ca stand'It. .They .have had some vcr unnWaaanl. things said of them, bu somehow they resemble a iootbnll. lh more they, are kicked the quicker Ihe rise.; Bveri- knock they gel puts more determination Into them, with Ihe re- see Ihe class to which Mr Cocq belongs, preparing for the burial service being read over it- There Is 1100.00 at the time of wnl- Ing, walling for any man lo prove Ibai. ttta Nexl-61-Kln-organization-Is not a non-partisan.association. The Patrio- tic. Fund will benefit by Ihis slake, and It Is In ihe, hands ot Ihe cnilor of Ihe Albe'rtan at the prcsenl clme. Now, Mr. Coccf, come, be ures Company lui ,aking mulllple-reel pictures of his of these productions; "The will be seen at. the Orpheum Ther.lre toniBlil.. ROI Beach Is deserredly ono. o he most popular authors America ha presented to the world of romartto lleralure for. his books, are true to the mosi; Interesting of all American "The i The original and B ment for ctironlo women and Send for free copy of "Un Guide to and a trial MRS. WM. FRANCIS, co. Mn. H. B. Wllwn, St. W., Calgary e prnc Darrler" are, as Mr. Beach onnounc- Darrer are, ed when the hook was -Ilrsl publish- -men and women ed, taken rom whom the author met and drew In his MEETING OF THE- Heit-ri-liD Ass IS orderly houses, wi uhslBntiaic icndos and abuse ot which 1 s not f Now, Mr. occ, co, you are one; and gel Ihe crcd t of de- manding the palrlpllc Inncl. 1 am sorn- Ke has decided lo quit so soon as 'II Is- one way of hiving Ihe Is a Ncit- ADVANCE IN WAGES. .New York, Sept. United Stales Sleel Cc.rpor.Uon nounced a ten per cenl. advance n, Ihe wages o( its workers to Uke ef- fect October- 1.___ "________' Walt till y" the tiK-cyllndtr OLDSMOBILE, i -nd Phone 1717 Atlas Transfer Express COAL C. 0. office al Frank Mllei' Shoe Wore Wit. Butter-KistPopcorli i ONLY PURE CREAMERY BUTTER USED. Fresh Roasted Peanuts I.1. V. _____ A At examine ills ii.otlres and no- -is- tlce Ih9 -hallowness of Ihe man, who _ u' of mecllngs. at one time was on jtSbf another local .paper, and he ii, nulte willing Ihen lo become the liaw" of the organ on 6th streel, r, describes them, for a cona.rtera- i w lie Is now of (In Conservatives. ill. obJoorioM lath. theT haTe not oneren Is For Sale I will be home with i car ol horses about Sept 23J ANYONE WANTING HORSES GET BUSY. it F. BONNEll! At 7.M IN Y.M.C.A, AUDITORIUM soon s fact known lhal therp Is a Ncit- General intlUtlon lo: .wly and relatives ot soldiers and .any Inlcrcslcd In the b comc1 has come o .ay, an ate Its own aKalrs without any advice tge Ka awn tniirs WUHWUL [rtm editor. i Yours respcclfully, ElpRESC.WaBapiiiill 'TONIGHT LI Robert Milliard', Ad! war Mint, f.. nrtcedenl and privilege, tn Ton on the wheels ot demoeracy an citation. Htcenlly a teller appe. to ine "Herald" eipeandlng ono o SATURDAY Loxiise llnff and Jaick Pick ford in Joan The Woman SIX PIECE ORCHESTRA CHILOfllH 2K! SOe.--. ;