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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Odober S, THE LETHimiDGE DAILY HERALD Suits to special We call the m Special they are made to your own choice. English and Scotch cloth patterns to select from. 30 different style designs. When you have inside the choice of -pattern the suit' is jnadp to your special pattern in the Semi-ready iShops. Finished the same week. Tailored to fit you, too, or yoii do not need to fake them tve absolutely satisfy you. SIS to S45. The Semi-Ready Store Empress Block, Ltthbrldge. S, C. Mgr. The Whisky 8 Yeart MISS GLADYS nJWENSCOURT One of England's best galfen, pho togrjphed as she was playing at thi Sarah liernhardi -IN- Queen Elizabeth IN Ml Support of English Brethren is All That Averts Dealh From Starvation CHARGED WITH ABSCONDING WITH THE PROPERTY OF ETHEL FULLER Guv Wright, THAT iS LIKELY TO BE RESULT OF THE VINER3' ECTIONS EL- Altbo'jgb nomination; (or MISS ADA MACKENZIE Toronto golf champion who was de- feated after a .firie', game with Mrs. the United States champion on -the Dixie golf, links at Montreal. ON; .CESAREWITCH London, Oct.. Is the latest belting on the .Cesare witch, run at Newmarket a week from today: 100 to 9 agst FahtaslpjiOO to 9 agst 100 to ft'agst Grave Greek; to 8 ajst Night Hawk; 100-to 6 Official Count of School Sports The final count of points In the re- sults or tbe school meet on Friday, were made yesterday afternoon and aro as follows: Wright Shield was won by.No. IX. grade of the High school -with 5QVfc points. Central won the championship with 146% points, hut it was fact'that Willie Watt and Viva'EUoh, London, Oct. is being tho continuance ol the transport war which is now in the fifth week. The plight of the poorer the population is one'hundred thousand men, women, or1 one-third ol the city's whole population being oti the verge of starvation. Rain tell beaTilj- ia the yesterday, intensifying the in'isery of strikers, the wives." and children huddling together for warmth. "A crowd of girls atd. boys lined-'up at Liberty Hall, headquar- ters lor the liish transportation un- "receive a bowl "ui soup and bread. i which rias conie in relief ships is'tht only thing which has kept many families from actual death by starvation, and" any cessation in these, supplies would be followed by indescribable "misery. As it Is, stran- gers are dogged by ueggar children the price of a meal with- otit hesitation and without tion; Other children more fortunate than these, are to be seen home'through driving with sacks of'potatoes and grocer.'es from fool day thro-jgh inforruaUca laid by Klhel !er, appeared I efcro the Ice majtatrate this rjomirjp to answer to a cfcarge of thefi by misappropria- tion of IpO-O In cash, a diamond ring. and two trunks, with a waich arid oihtr artlclei valued at Wrlfibt elected to tie tiled by jury vn tha charge, and asked for a caused at KdmlvJop-a, B.C., Satur- j ates tu contest the cowing election for esccutive officers of District No. IS, V. 0( A. clostd on Sep- tember nothing official" can Le learned of the results. However the Herald has. It ou good author- ity that President Smith will not like- ly be ouposcii. liitre are two cil to Graham of whom Elmer of Michel, is one. and Carter will bo opposed for secretary-trcasurerfililp by Fiance of Fernle and Illslip of Coleman. Mines In the Pass are -working steadily again afttr having suffered somewhat trora lack of cars month. A special effort is being made by the C. r. Ft. to provide the coal mines cars to lliat all DOE- plblllty of A coal famine on the this winter may bo 'averted. The Xesl Pass Coal Co.. !a working at AHchel, endeavoring to; open up once more .No. S. shaft which was sealed a couple years ago, on account ot fire In the mine. A new shaft, is being sunk further up the mountains, and the old workings will not be touched. remand, which was granted on condl- Candidates that ths evidence of Willard U scock, a private detective of Cal- ry, be heard. This evlCenvo was submitted, tut d not proved to be of a very Im- Unt nature. Mr- Hlscock had employed by the Informant to ate Wright, and did BO. Mitts Kul- clalnis that she gave Wright tbe 00 to start a store In Shaunavon, k., and that she made a definite eernent with him, but alleges lhat absconded with the money, and other ,woman, information on tho tjecoml charge laid this morning, and Wright nsented to be tried by the magte- but asked for ft remand. Both ase's are set for Monday morning. Wright was brought hack1 from amloops, where he was arrested on warrant -held here, by Detective ship ires. The decision of the min- ers'.1 federation to contribute a.week is hailed with" pathetic joy by.'the striVers, whoss with' English support they- will over- come their employers, has never been seriously shaken. who. bet ween, them had 19 i and agat Candy- estmlnster who rlgUly belong to FJeetwood, were transferred to Central, to the fact thai.tliere.lB no Gride-VJ. at Fleelw'ood.- The comparispii between- OalbraUh with six rooms and no seniors, and Westminster "with eiglit rooms and-a kindergarten, is also.-.IntexeBllDg in that, there was a difference 4 only a po-nt, and Our young Men's Suits are special models, originated expressly for d lung" men. patterns, too, are most suited for youthful faces and figures.. to McKelvie McGuke 8 and lUrdiovllle 5, Fulton Boaacll wou FleetWbpd.- had the t center gh school championship and the ghcst Individual number of >pofnta; ale McKain and. Bennett Were', tied r and an extra run, e 220 to decide, the" issue, onnell .winning by about 3, inches.'. He captures the agrath cup, held C. puncworth took high tfiool. championship with points, Inning .a George. lllop captured (he gold In th'e'ftiDfor ublic. 'R: ralgen took-4h a'In tended! ate public hopi ciiamplonshfp. and na.Wlllie Walt ronze medal with There IB some difference as" to the iris' championships, ill he settled at a. meeting to Keid n the near future. If the" Juniors are ved to compete, who won a first in every race" she nlfered, getting A total of "points, would win the public school and 'Maj-Jorle haraplonshlp of the high "acbpolj-byt C seniors only are allowed-.iocoin- ,iete, Clara Bjorkhlade would lake tho ormer and Olive Williams the'latter. The three highest contestants :ach department with the number'of >oint3 are given below: .Boys Public School (Senior) George MuKlllop-......... 37% Charlie Jonea............ H'ii Hugh Mcllrena 12 (Intermediate) Robert Cralgcn........... 1514 Alfred Towle C (Junior) r Willie- Watt IS George Young........... 12 Wacle Rtdpalh 3 High School (Senior, Girls) Olhe Williams Jennie McKay 8 May Richards (Junior, Olrls) Marjorie Freeburger 15U Voung Eva Hutton (Senior, Hoys) Kulton 30 Gflle McK.iirl L 2S Ytrnon'Ttedmoritl 6. (Junior) I.con Dnnsworlh......... -21 .MARSHALL EXPLAINS OF HIS NEW 'WILD ANIMALS- ACT Oct. Hon. Duncan Marshall, 'minister ol agriculture, in moving the second t reading of a bil respecting dancer bus" and mlschierou jo -toda> slated .thai lie liad had. letters from BeUlers in the I'ea'ce" Hiver who hac killed and.; horses'; led aura; by .bands of wild .horsesj 'that- alsi down te'nresri tsf damag farms.. His .'information wa that "these horses cayust about ?OD Its., in ,-weight and- "thi bill would.givc-the depar'tmeot pon tr-to have'them rounded up necessary, _! _ 'woujd mRVc regula in acme caws had child re and f prevented them From going t jchobl, In Tii-he re there. lio.lpound law or herd law' in. force The bill was read a second time. _ lions in regard to.' cross wKic David Kinesis 1 W for 1 Commissioneifshi From Frcat it has been done In the just by competent men in charge, as I wou nail these men to the cross and them knoiv where they gel off Having been on the. city council two years and arnrays taten a sla YEAR IN Jft AN WHO ROBBED DOMINION EXPRESS COMPANY WAS LET OFF EASILY obWn n roul Medicine Hat, Oct. Black, was committed for trial In Mod- cine Hat yesterday, charged -with S a Dominion Express car while lie' from Lethlirldge to Jiedicine Hat on Friday night last, vs.3 con- Icted or the charge before Judge Car- enter this morning and sentenced to r.e year in the provincial Jail; be- ns let down easy'on account or.his outh and.previous good record. Two onspiratprs are being tried at the iresent time.. 11 GO IN J. B. FRASER LOOKING OVER LIM- TS LOST ON BERRIES Ottawa, Oct. U. one of miUlonatres, head of the FTaJer-Brlton Lumber Co., and a dl rector or the Bank erf Ottawa, and his coueln, Robert Chamberlain, of. De- troit, started out from Fraser's Point, on the Upper Ottawa to Inspect a re- mote portion of the company's deep river limit which had not.been cut. Mr. tYaeer, although an experienced bushmau, uas nol familiar with tho country, and he thought, a short cut back to camp, lost his bearings, and when the- sun went down the two were lost in, the forest of. 1'ontlas county, .without compass. .For three' days, anil .three nights the men wandered in tbe woods without any food, except the wild ,found a't.dttferen nts. Just when they were.abou ia, they were search part sent-out from the headquarters of e company, WILL INCREASE EXPENDITURE ON .BXTTLESHIPS MINOR AFFAIRS. .Wasjrin'glon, D. C.; Oct. S. Big iiavr'in'etHn the administration, were ubilant" today over .the prospect ol three batt-lr'ships being proposed in the new naval appropriation bill as an administration; feolby-. A scnii- ofRcial: anabuncement that such building program might have tho support.of the Housetto put the United Stales back in the place it occupied among naval powers be- fore the: last congress reduced the program to or.e dreadnought, attract- ed wide attention In congress. A Democratic house of the last con- gress reduced.the current appropria- tion to provide for one ship only on the grounds, ol economy. The understanding among those close ib administration leaders was that an naval policy as endorsed'by. President Wilson wouli provide lot two battleships each year for justice to all ratepayers, and. nev- hereafter and less for thr navy ashore and on smaller .craft. er have and never will have any friends to please or enemies' to fear. Vhe'clly, first, lost and nil toe time Is my motto. Further reasons for my running will be given 'at public meet- Ings, t (Signed) David King. Mr. Fowler atr.lcs that he has been approached by a body of railroad men, who he allow his name to go before electors. Part of his policy will be the dojng with of UK, cliy stables, and giving Ihcivork to private "contractors. He alto advo- cates -a minimum wage ot three dot- lars'per day for city Joe Oillcsnle ..........r. 16' -Mlko.Vagelinak Put lie School (Senior. Girls) Clara Bjorkhlade JlO_M Marlon Logan 10 'Ada Murray {Intermediate, Ada Poster '10 Com CronkhUc ti 0, 5 (Junior, Oirla) Uorothy Frache Scllcns G Viva Kltoh 6 Orrine for Irhk Jaliit TRY IT AT EXPENSE Vfe aro In c-arncsl when wa dak you Ib jive OltlilNE a trial, you hnva nothing lo rick and everything (o gain, for >our money will 6c returned M tiler trial you fall to. get results from OHRINB. This offer jives Ihe Drives and of those who drhk to exdesa an lo try the ORllhNB (realincnt. It sim- ple Ueatiiienf, can be given" In' th; home TfllhO'jt publicity, or of from and at H small priced ORRlK'B fs prepared forms: No. 1 Secret treatment, a powder; OH- fllNK Xo. 2. In pill form; for thoao who' doFlro to tflko voltintary Irent- Costs only 11.00 a box. Cone In and lalk over the rnntlcr lyllh us. Ask for booklet. lied Cross Drue Store, Ltd.; Acadln EIGHTSEN-WONTHS'-OLD CRAN BROOK KIDDY HAD A VERY NARROW ESCAPE Crintirook. II. C., Oct. Th year ar.d a halt old son ol Evan Wi llanis narfowlv esoaptd death this a ternooh vbcn ho fell 'into a tub water. Up to within a few minul? accident, he had playin with ionit other children, and ha brcn in the water some time whe his Ihrt6 anrl hall rear ol Norine Hnyce, him an pulled him out before call ng tt mother. itsloratlon w; resortctl to and tho.little chap w; tii'tho water which contal; washes fluids an! was bteatli'n nicely when niediral assistance lived. WOU'T TREAT CHILD'S EYES of one of the local public schools has >arents who aro Christian ScSenth's she refused to. have her eyes treated vhen the school nurse recominendetl i. Tho child comnlained of being un- blo to sec the blackboard from a seat which was near the the school roofn. "The tfp.eher.- thinking that her pupil's eyes were only 'allght- .y weak, moved the child to a front seat. Her eyes did not improve and, In fact, became rcorse, and tbe'ichool. nurEC told her to have them treated. The child told her teacher that her parents- would not have her treated because they were Christian Scientists. It-Is likely Uial some action will be taken to either have the child ed Erora school or have her the city's expense. V It Is rumored that several pases of a similar nature are ia existence Itt the schools. There is said to be one at the Collegiate Institute. Foster of the.Echool board stated that none' of the cases had been reported to .AUSTRIA'S., NAVAL Vienna, Oct. naval- ES- timatoE, ma.Se public yesterday, in- clude JJS.OOO.OOO for nevv bJtlleshlns to be constructed or already Itmllding. four laid planned to iiiild two- atiper-dreadnoughts to cost each." WOMAN ARGUES HER OWN CASE IN LAW ThP Chosen TTlends will meet at o'clock tomorrow night in Rurgman a. social time wilt be joyed After.tho regular business has been Mrs. Jordan fs due to [oode Hall, Toronto; ''but" saU