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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta "WKDNTSOAV, JUNE 27, 1917 I THE LETIIBIVIDCE A IIEHALD PAGE NINE Instead of tea or POSTUM U there uy in buying sometiiintf claimed to be faoA as the ORIGINAL -Dajidnrff Germ Destncyer? at Ua tetter birder Om J. D. HIGINBOTHAM A CO, LTD., Sptclal Lcthbrldge, Alberta ON LOCAL KILLED AT FERNIE Real Name .Was E. C. Ho.binson ,1 aid Leaves .Wife and i .Child Here lSpwli.1 la the ITeraJai Vernlei Jane At the coroner's JugBt-Bl, held upon tbe body o[ llic man killed In Llie auto accident at UIQ Brewery '.H JufiL south of town monitor it three It" dcyelorvcd thai Ihtt 'name "under irhlcri tie tered "At .the King's hotel. not Ms correct name, The Imjuesl adjourned until the Identity of tho mm could be de- termined and Chief Welatif, of Hie provincial- police in communication Lcthbr.dEe learned that hit correct mme.waa.C. K. Robinson. The drtrer'qf the car, J, S. Dawjon, VftR somewhat shaken up and has Ufned't cutjr cril on his ankle, which required the attention oC.Dn. Gamer and AiBeltlne, The other Iwo occu- pants o[ tht; car were Eomewbat shiiltcn braised but no serious Injuries were 'sustained by them. The parly left LeDibrldsc at two o'clock yesterday and. arrived in Ferule eleven-thirty last .night, They'regls- lered at the Klhc's liolel. After, tallng a supper at the -White Lunch re a La ran I, trie parly conclud- ed to take H, HUlo spin down Ibe road, their way. By the aid of a, couple of foreigners Jhey were put on the 'right inll and were reluming lo town when 'they ran off the road where It makes a sharp turn at the top of the; Brewery grade. The CRT over foar times In Its descent to the bottom. 6( tho (111 and (he man waii killed by being" caught under the weight or' (he. car ae It wai making 'one of lowereaiills.: A 'jury was 'nummoned and Iho In- quest held this afternoon, George Cody, C. B, Rhodes, D. Cody, H. LJpfcardt, Mllli and J. Dobson, were the Jurors and several wllneaset were ,The evidence showed Irlp. The party seemed to be a plch- party, none of thorn Eccmhig to know who their associates were, or even what their names were' The body) of the carries eilenslvo laltob A large bl eld end Hags were marked on tils breast; tils arms were full charac- ters and he haJ two pecuUar 'marks worked out on his lega, one .above eacli bnee Joint. The causo of his ilealh as testified. lo by Dr. Garner, was the caving In of the breast bones wUlcri, .evidently causeJ Jatcnta.1 hcmnrrhagc. The driver, Uawson, staled Uial tbe de- oca sed had shown him the picture of a baby a few days before the unfor- tunate ride, 'aod .seemed proud of his child, and from this- fact It IB thought ie was a married man.. It was also brought out In the evid- ence ot Sherwood Ilerchmer and E. K. Stewart that the point where the accident bafuened, is a most danger- ous spot' for especially to ho4e unacquaJntcd wilh the' road. Just leforc the road makes the sharp turn lo the right, It dips sharply and the lights on 'a car coming from the couth' rays' above IhVnwd and across''the' valley JlobVldg Femlc In luch a way as, to miir it appear to a stranger that the road went straight ahead Instead ot tuni- ng lo, the right and down a steep grade. There are many along- this mouuUlu road whlcli call for care and in steering a 'car, but none dangerous as this one, because or the conditions T' Chief tVe' finding of H.31-90 on the body of the unfurl unite, young man Ottawa. Julie order-In-ecu ri- ll lh.0 duties ami powers of V. H. Armstrong; o! Vancouver, re- cnlly appointed director of coal oper- ations tor tho In southeastern i Columbia and western Alberta, was laid ujon Ulilo Jn the commons today. The iKrecto'r'of coal 'Licrattons Is, lit tho first. re iulred to rnnke respectlup cages, Lourt'.-il labor, and other labyr concJltlons'at the ml oca and'olJipr fcial- .era affecting Iho cost of production ol coal and rake and ttio resumption of such production during Iho war and or (Itreo months after the cessation Of (JvniCTS. agents i of nit.tes ami coke plants In Ilie district' arc required lo comply Hie orders and directions of Ihc director regard lo tlie subject mentioned aud "generally ID cornice wltli the management, operation atid use of the mines and o( the coke plenlB." Any who tail lo do EO will be dcGiaed guilty ot an offence. May Take Possession Prices lo be natd for coal and coke produced In the district arc to be sub- ject to ihe approval of the director. Tho order-ln-counch further, states "tho director, with approval of the governor iii-councIl, mas' lake posses- sion of any mine or coke-producing plant In Mic district ind may under- take and carry on Iho management, operation and use ol Euch mine or coke-producing plant; Lul such ppa- Bcsalon by the director under Ihls gulation and any Euch order-ln-couacll shall nol a fleet any liability o( the ac- tual owner, agent or manager "mine or plant under any law or statute In that behalf." Tho "dlroclor Is empowered.with 'Uie approval uf the govcriior-In-councll, lo appoint such officers or agents ID necessary lo assist him In bit work, MIL ADI i PHONE whoso life was snuffed" out such sad circumstances. The W. 51 S. of Wesley church will meet tomorrow atleruoon at 'A o'clock! Instead of 3.'JO. Mrs. II. H. Battey has returned to her home In Kdmonton, after spendiug u lew days with Showers. Mrs. P. W. Pennefathcr has return- ed after an extended visit with rela- tives, at Vancouver and The social that the veterans' as- sociation had to jlvp tonight has hecn postponed until Wed- nesday evening. s A swecJaJ meeting of the Major Jack chapter. J.O.D.K. to Olscuss 1m- iwrlant butlucss will be held on Fri- day at 3.30 at Mrs.. Conybcare's home. ..Mrs. E. J. Swartt, a noted pianist nd graduate or Pluuo Academy, lanii. Ohio, Is Ihc guest of her lecc, Mrs. Gordon Oear. 970 10th St. outh. the Wlllartl W.C.T.U. Is hohllriB no e t-fcaiii social tomorrow ovenlny S o'clock In aid of the lied Cross at ic home of Mrs. Dunsworlh, Gil 9lh treet aoulli. A musical program will e given and tho public is conililly ivltcd. A eUver collection will be alien. Mrs. A. nedEhawjoi S2I 19th Street orlh entrrlained a number of little IrU en Monday, .In.-honor o( her aunhter, Ivy's bjrtliday, Amoogsl guests Sarah Ward, Mra. A. K. Graff of Hdinonton ar- ved yesterday to a [lend a moulu with Jicr son, Mr. C. G. Ore ft aud Mrs. GroEf. the purpose' of InvcstfEat.aiislie Is .o have Ine status of a commissioner o In ted under part .one of the in- quirer's act. The final the order-ln-coub- ell 'provides thai "any corporation, company or person guilty of an offence Inst regulations Uriah be It. nble, on summary conviction, lo a pen- ally nol.exceeding The Preamble The preamble to Ihe order-In-councll summarizes the story ol Ihc laboi troubles Iii the mines o[ the dlstrlc and tells of the unavailing efforts o tho minister ot labor and hla'Officials to about an agreement betwect tlie coal, operators and their .employ cos, II out the Importance o Insuring a supply of coko lor domes tie, commercial and industrial purpos cs. in Ihc portion ol (be counjry de upon llio mlnea, and voices the belief ol the minister of labor Iba "if the operators and miners are, let to themselves production ot coal, wll not be'resumed a'reasonable lime." it Hawklus, Alice] and Annie Fox. 3brls Bowtell, 'Annie Carter, Winnie Tichner, Luella 'Krityne and OJIro Redshaw. ,f'- PL8110 DESTROY; under Chief -YVolsby having received _ tire information that th'e namo of the young man death this morning an ortfrtorned motor car WHS C, E. Roblnedn.'the.coroner'a Jury were again corirened, and ren- dered a verdict in accordance irllh (he flvMenco as ihls, after- noon, exonerating .the J. S. DwBon In the Tualtfr. The. Jury added a rldnr. cbndomnlnE the condition of the road at the ritace wliere Ihe accident look place and recjuesllng-that.proper danger signals and other means' of protection he placed at that place to avoid future iccldents of a like A row started last night In town be- tween some has cost two of the combiUnts :thfc a'um .of In'finea with' the'- cost trim- ming i, One lira TOIL Singh VM lined upon two charges, one (or assault and one for creating a disturbance, be fined (or the two' indulgences. DoloLlati Singh wu fined twenty dollars 'for creating.; iVdliTtuTbanco. The iFfalr caused IhV collection o( qutld a Hindoo crowd at the police court, and theie Hindoos ire much wiser, if not satlifef Wed! The late E. C.' Roftlnsori came (o Alberta from Idaho about; sli weeks When You Eat Bread ydu'are entitled to every- thing in the whole wheat grain. .Dr. Wiley says: "Wheat a complete food containing all the elements >j necessary for human nutri- tion." -But be sure you get the whole wheat in a digesti- ble form. Shredded Wheat Bfacmt is whole wheat made digestible by steam-cooking, process ever devised for preparing the whole wheat grain for the human stomach. Two'or three of these crisp Ittk loaves of baked whole milk and berries, nouruhmt Knifed tailoring ihV'MnJe.calilng her lie had been to Foremoatarid, II h un- dcrslood, I'rad Ixwfnr.laiid. Ho re- turned