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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1917 LETHBRfDGE DATLT HERALD PAGE FIVE Hamilton, Out., Oct. cording to word received here today by Rev. George Lebbs, two memberi of his congregation St. James church, Privates R.' Jopei and W.-K. Jones were de- liberately murdered by the Huns, The tetter comes from Private Hanson one of v his (lock, who tells of who escaped and ethers-reported at prisoners In Germany. "Fritz apparently had too much iu Ju tc !ssk his writes Hanson, "for we found the two men mentioned with their throzts tilt." BEFINIIESIEPIO ME IHE STRIKE 10 MATTERS Arrives at fort William to ter jNtgoluliuBS With the Strikers Fort William, Out.. Ocl. T. W. Crothers, mlnlater.ol labor, ar- rived la Pnrl WlllUm this nornliie at 10 o'clock In codoectloh with tKe settlement ol IKe Blrlke amons eleviv 4or employees ai tbe head of Hie lakes, lie stated UiBl he liai arrlvetl here In the full expectation that. In tho course of Ihe neit day or two, lie would have all dlitlcultlee lailslae- lorlly adjusted. GOOD SI RALLY Victoria, D. C., Ocl. llrsl flcflnllo cJcp toward reaching an ByreeinojH con corn lug tlie scale of to be paid in Hrlttsli Columbia shipyards tahcn (Ills afternoon, ivheii a delegation representing the piclal Irftdea council waited on It P. hulchard, director on this ccsst fsr. Ihe Imperial munitions hoard, ami at tvIHdi Inlervleu-, the vnrlofls jiltascs of Iho lator situation fully dla- tuTsed. The demands of Iho men' "tvero considered in detail and friendly spirit doyilnatcil tho meet- log. A Delglan ofHcIal com muni cat Jon Bays: "Xellc. In eastern Flanders, has heen flacd. marks for giving foort and cigarettes to passing Eng- lish prhoners. nirlhcrmurc, all houses must be fill u I up al C o'clock In the evening, after which nobody is allOYYCtl un (he streets.- The Baptist Sundiy school held their annual rally Sunday a Hern DOB when a splendU program was given. The realure was (he eiccllent address ven by Dr. Rivera. Mr. InnjanYive very Instructive paper on Sunday school work. The allcndatics was most satisfactory. I1F.NIA1RP .10 THE W ACCUSED OF PLOTTING J. F. J. Archibald, a magazine writ- er, suspected ol r'ottlriE [or Germany In MJC Unllcd FLOUR MILL HERE That parlies" In the city are ser- loUBly contemplating Iho Installation ol a mill here at early date vras the informal Ion re- ived- by The Herald this morning om a reliable Xo Informa- on ag lo-lhe backers ot the project available, but an announcement ay be expected shortly. Tho Herald has information that her parties aro also considering tho cctton or mills ho re, (s polnlcj ut that laat year close to ushels of grain passed through ilhbrldge enroulo to Iho world's arfectt. and this year, Ihe movement already very heavy In spllo> of oublo al Iho latoe terminals. The ilng 'o( the price of ftour by Iho od controller IB not expected to ave any deterring effect parties bo are anxious (o Invest money In (lour mill. It IB proposed to allow tilers a prolls over milling OEls la addition to the by-products, aklng Iho average., prof It, about er barrel. It Is also pointed out tat Southern -Alberta ma ftour which demands a premium ompared with flour from Manitoba id Saskatchewan wbeat, andLon Ihls ccount millers arc anxious lo obtain llllng captclty here. Winnipeg, Oct. took I2i grains ol vfronal in water. It was 01 Saturday n'iglil. Alter that I Jo no what happened. 1 remember 11 effect A raid waa staged on Sunde Determination on ihe part oC Chief Hardy IhaL gambling fhall cease In UIQ city resulted In Iho tlggcal dockc In city police court that hae graced the court since prohibition went into WE SAVE YOU MONEY- ON WEARING fOB YOURSELF WILSON I NORTH LETHBR1DGE. nothing unlit I touched my wlla lying on the befl by my side and foonU hen coltl. After that il seemed like long night to me up Lo the lime that phoned llr. SoIamU." So said H. Slather, once pro- fessor In an Iowa college, and now a private In the C. A. S. C., as he told Ihe story, GO far as he knew it, last right to a coroner's jury empanelled la -Icllbcrale on the death of Ada 1 Olive Mother, who wad found dead in (bed In the Kayal Alexandra hotel, on September .27, many hours aller death had i dually superrened. DRAYING Phones 1M5 or 1358 Turner Witchell at kennedy's'.410 tath 91' CHANCELLOR REPLIES OcL Mlchaella in an address to the reich- slag main committee yesterday, -as reported In-Berlin dispatches, replied to charges that .officials liatl Bunder- taken propaganda-tor the nWfaltKr- and party, which Is carrying The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery -Xjght- AUTQ.LIVERY Day Phoiic'l'sw' Nigh I Phont 787 Showers' Auto Day and Night Service, Stand at White Lunch) 1127 I .uncrf I J PHONE 1050 kUTO LIVERY CljV AND COUNTRY STAND: THE ARCADE npvtipenl; in, Iftyprv ol__a J9erraan peace1. down lhe principle, Vhlch to -Prussian officials as well HS those connected with lhe Imperial EovernTrJent, that all are free In their noUMcal opinion and are permitted, lo "belong lo any parly so as.Ihe empire Is not endangered thereby. As regards the army, (he chancellor said, all political propaganda will he excluded. WIN-WAR CONVENTION eeina, Oct. are beinn circulated in the; BatUefoFd district calling a TV In-the-war conference Norember 5 to nominate a unlo candidate. -Sljt or seven men are said Id be llnlng'up for the honor. SHORTAGE FUEL OIL Washington, Oct. British government' Is so concerned over fuel ol for Us navy that'll hai asked Its rep- resentatives here to take the subject up with the United Stales govern ntent, vlth a obtaining as slstance In transportlDg supplies. DRAYING Of AUKlnis Limited r. R. Fr.lfM PHONES nornlng In the WCCT sma hours. club receiving special attention The chief And plan clothcsman Walll off Llie raid, and when they go back Lo police station wltb Ih wag they dad a couple of Ihousan dollars which liad been circulating 1 Iho game. The victims of lhe raid, to gethor ivlth half a dozen auto driver arrested for Infractions of the inoto vehicles act resulted in a docket o over 50 [or one morning's nllcnLlon b Police Magistrate Elton. Followfn was tho'line Mullen, drunk, 10 and costs Jno. Frivcr, T. G. Parkinson, C. grcn, Reid andM. J. Lenard, in fraction ot Motor Vehicle Ad, an coats each; Perkins, Krmo Pesoll. John Hercgren, John'Du'ggan H. C. Chrlalianscn, J. Xloaii, O Nelll, J. Feiurvuu, 3. Doniinaril, 1 Jlurray, H. McKenly, J. Savage, li Hill, Joe, Masslngalc, N. Dufty, J HammenE, E. Johnson, Gua Paerpo Edward Guy Fuller; Jno; Har ley-, Nick Situoll, Joe (farmI, Frencli, Frank Urafford Mike Carr, A. GInnts, Chas. Lancai ter, Mai RoBen, J, Stevenson, ,r. ila rls, Jno. Gruly, Ceo. Wathowllch, E Frequenters of a gambling joint. and costs each; Jas. Pappas, A.. Dlnnl, Alec Kozenco, rrequentcrs 'o a comcion gaming, feace, and UuHma runnlog a gambling: game, an CDBis; Oles Helew, frequenting a dt orderly- house, Jo and Schoof. R. Hearp, J. Ufahop and-J. A for Infractions of Mot Vehicles Act, and costs. AND ALL'KINDS OF ILK TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzJe A I PHONE ttt 711 Ava, tV J 1111, P. O. In .HENDERSON, REID AND PATER40N ChJrttrW Audlta, Inveatlfilltni, Eta, M mid pal, Lumkar, Mlnlnt, Mintifuturinf, Wrrthtuta Retail AtXIa Third t. GRAYING FUHN1TUKC AND PrANO Pacific Cjtrtage Co. J. O. Theinn r O, Phone 330' Steel, trot, cut akmlnwra wtlded tTRONOCR .THAN NEW. CrmcM and crink. nyailnd wlthoit nrplng. fear tettb eollt tlrtt UaU'nchtrtcd anil Pfinn macklaerr pArlM and aattmoblle traafti K w. N, Kirrh Ut Hh W. S. Nut Herald LETH1RICKH British Front In France anfl Be glum, Oct. the Associate rained hard yesterday gl Ing' an unforRctfiil demon stroll on the'nature of the difficulties' whf. the Hrlllah troops have cncounteri In many o( their recent operation .Wllhln a few hours [the entire cou try had been turned Into a miss deep clinging mud, Ihrough wh one made his .way vith the greate effort. -Shell holea had rapidly nlleft w! water- and ponds were lo he'seen TTIIicii-M.'-score'cf-1 men might eaal drown If Ihey were unfortunate e ough to fall down the etde Often a small pool of water coreri shell hole. A wounded man WAS being hrong bncfc from Broodsclnds ridge, took four sturdy strtehcr, bearers carry lilm and they wero riounderln miserably at every step. It raualhs- taken them several hours to ncgo Journey., It seemed Inconceivable that mi could ".work, murh less Jlfihi. or inch'filthy ground. Ycl the .soldle nnd officers were carrying1 on slea fly'yesterday, 1n their operations. J In recent days Ihoy have often fong bitterly over territory Yesterday's rain has turned t battle front Into h quagmire, which will take many days to dry out; Th does nol mean that military' oper llon.a could nol be undertaken on ell er- side, but there could scarcely more Irylnff condJllona tor llglilln The soldiers encountered by Ibe c( pendent ,Al place a number of me wera ilttlnf In the ihelter ot' a niudd for a resting jipell, They 'we wet and, by all rights, should ha unhappy, hut they were sorofc popular aong, frher bodies ot men of ilmilar A pdfHlon All taemed 1 naenfiely a'mused mnddi co .dJticm 6t the correspondent And. t! two officers with him. Ofteri t soldiers looked up gri th'nt saM plainly: do yon II i, H? Now you we' hire io go Ihrobtfi out One conW not hut M Impressed by. fhe heroism of this boya In'khaftl who "ire winning .Iht. Trtrjfor ITY AN I) DISTRICT RICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN one of (he most unusual of Ms woo-1 Daby Show. A commi Ji'jTul seriocomic pholodranias. ILI Tote.! Fire destroyed Ihe fttlas lumber yard at Lougbeed, Alta.. loss 920.000. The strike of telephone girls a'. Re- glna has been settled. The price of milk In Saskatoon baa been Died at 7 quarts for Jl.QD. A masonic lodge has been institut- ed at Calder, near Edmonton, The total enlistments ID Australia have readied 30G.OQO. Montreal Presbyterian college con- ferred lhe degree ol upon Rev. F, H. Larfcldj ot Scaforlh. French will be taught In tho Pro- testant schools of Quebec, ihe as- so elation ol Protestant teachers havo decided. The London I.lie Insurance com- pany wants exemption from military service of all Us employees. It nov cngages 40 female clerks. The Saskatchewan Co-operatlvi valor company has subscribed this I'allaa-FuraiEoum Picture, he Is depleted as a roaming Kalian virltb. a trick bear performing for Ihe benefit ot the children In wayside towns. While trying lo earn enough money as a dish-washer In a lo ball Bruno, tho bear, out ot Jail, where he has been Incarcerated for wreck- Ing an apiary, bo discovers a black- mailing plot against Ihe local candid- ate for mayor, also Hmls his long- lost daughter, for whom ho has been search slileen yeara. These Iticldcnts aro brought nbout fa a most Interesting 'and appealing manner. Mr- Beban. In M? elory, docs not at- tempt to Breach any sermons or pot at out any morals, but he puts In ho productton a human tcui-h and feeling that so many olbcr artists strive for In vain. Harrison Ford, Fred JIunlley, Adclo Farrlng- ton, and Julta Fays help to uiato a strong supporting cast. "A Roadside ol the provincial bond 1E3UO. greater producLlon Interesting Lecture Miss Florence A. Miles, who has ecu 7 years In missionary forK In ndla, gave a very inlercstlnB talk In 10 Christian 'church last evening, llss Mills is vhlllnc the Christian 'lurches throughout the province. Death of Wrn. The death of William John Wlld- rass occurred on Oct. 6Lh at the home f W. J. Patterson. 53i St. S- at he age of Go years. The funeral was eld this afternoon to Knoi church, lev- Mr. Burns officiating. Interment n the public cemetery. Death of Young Lad The death of Plumer Mayo Pclham ;on of Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Pclliam- Playback, occurred In the city on Oct. 7th at the age of 9 years. Tlic uneral was held yesterday, Rev. Mr. Durns officiating, public Interment In the Lieut. Klrkham Coming Home Lieu I. Norman Kirkham, of the tthhrldgc HI jihlantlers, ivho sohic time ago, has arrived n Canada and understood to have inssed AATinnlpeR on his way loine. Fraternity" Organized Fraternity11! IE lhe name of a ncw-mep-'G.OTEaniratton at Wesley church.. Its-purpose LI further Bible study, lo discuss social, moral and na :lonal nueelioTis, and eencrally epeak- ing for mutual Improvement. On Sun- day there will be Bible study, on lhe first Tuesday ol each.month a mock parliament the third Tueada> an evening dcroted to .either a must cal, literary or; historical when It is expected apeaXers ot well know reputation will appear. The of- ficers of Ihe fraternity are: Presi- dent, S, J. Shepherd; vice-president, A. secretary, J. C. Kee; treasurer, Jno. LiTlngstone; Impresario11 l be the attraction at Charles Johnson, chief oC the In dlans on Walpole Island reserve, who disappeared on Sept. 2S, was drowned Sf- Clatr river. .Ire. George Hardy, 71 years old., of Sarbla township, was burned to death when hfir clothing caught flro as she was preparing a meal. Rev. J- F. Hartley was Inducted permanent pfislor of the Ogdcn and Pleasant Heights Presbyterian. churches, Calgary. Justice McCarthy has bcon ntmed as chairman of the conciliation board Inquiring Into the Edmonton street railway troubles. D. C- Draper, cotnmandlnff of- ficer overseas of a mounted rlne.unlt, lias accepted sn hi'.Halloa (o contest, Brome, Quebec county' as a wlL-lhe- war candidate in the coming elections. Reputed 16 ounce loaves sell In Nel- son at 3 for or 12 for When the war started Iho price was 16 loaves for The increase was made about one year ago. There are seven federal candldales In Western Canada in the field ns sup- porters of the Canadian Council of Agriculture's platform. These are: J. A. Slaharg, Moose Jaw; R. C. Ilen- dcrs, Macdonald; J. S. Wood, Portage la Prairie; Thomas Bcverldge, Sourls; P. Broad fool, Neepawa; W, J. Ford, Xelsoii; R. Mackenzie, Brandon. Siarlaud tonight and tomorrow. AT THE MAJESTIC Wonderful Interest Is being manf- festcil throughout iho city over Iho engagement of "Daby Mine1' at tho Majestic Thursday, Friday and Saturday ol this uech. and it Is safe to predict bumper houses. The per- sonality ot the etar, Kennedy, is alone sufficient to guarantee a real nlgbt's entertainment, and the fame of the author Margaret Mayo, leaves no question open as (o tho laughing possibilities Iho story. "Baby ivill bo shown "once nightly, performance starting prompt al E.30. All seats may bo reserved In advance. As an added attraction a Baby Sbow iv111 bo afaged at the Saturday matinee, and valuable prizes will bo offered for the best developed babies under two years ol age. The first prize will be a baby'a silver loving cup, suitably engraved. The prizes aro now on exhibition In Wright's c-welery store window. Thero will nD entrance fee for mothers who desire to their babies In tUc illleo of well III art U udges. AT THE EMPRESS "The Hidden the rea- l-ire U-nlght. Two women unknown lo each In the early history of tho nation, clde to make ol ihelr bablea "hlddem In accordance with tho In- dian custom of glvlas children tq (oater-parcnta uutil maturity. JL girl and a boy thus when In- formed of the trulh, returned to their people and were expected by marry- ing to bring a (resh spirit Into Irlhe. Mario Ixjsklel. hard beset by lh.0 St. ItegU Indians, her child, Kuan, before sho dies, to Guy John- son, an English Colonial officer, lie and May aro, a Sagamore of the Mohicans, who Is Johnson's chief scout, lake charge of the child. Jeanne do Conlrecoeur, wife- of the comman- dant of the French garrison at Lake George, amuses tlte officers and their wives by her gill of clairvoyance. She Implores her husband nol lo go out to battle with ihe Indians, ai ehc has a premonition that he will he killed, and that the child to be born will never know a father. But duly calls Capf- d0 Conlrecoeur, and he Is slain by the Iroquola. Lectures Y. M. C. A. EVERY NIGHT Prof. 'Germ Theory of TUESDAY: "Germ Theory of Dlt- eaae." .f WEDNESDAY: "The Value ot M Ideal." DorTt his great lecture en "LOVE, COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE AND on Thursday. Admlisfons 25c and.35c. What the Press 'Agents Say, ATTHEORPHEUM "The flair Mlllfoa a. Metro Toaderplay with Hamilton Revelle, the noted romenilc actor, and Mar- guerite Snow, one oC the foremost lava-rites'-of the screen, will-be pre- leader, Her. C. B. CraK. convener of on Tues- membersHlp cbminlllee, W. J. Lloyd; Wednesday. This feature convener of welcome committee, G. WTieTen; convener of literary commit- tee, R. II. Dobspn; convener of music committee, Hughes; advisory W, A. Bu- chanaH, Chas. Haley and U. II. Dobsbn. All men, young, middle-aged and old, are Invited Lo' associate themselves with the "Fraternity." New School Sections 29, 30, 31 and 32 JirTowri- Blilp S Range 25, 3G and the east bf Sections 26 and 35 in Township S Range 10; Sections 1, 11T 12 and the east half of Section 2 Township J) Range 19; and Sections 7-and 8 In Township 9 Range IS, west of'the Fourth Meridian, have been creeled Into a School District un- der the name of lhe Readymade School District No. 3542 of the Province- of Alberta. Senior Trustee: H. P. Obcr, Coaldale. Sections 22, 23, i2fi, 27, 33, 34, 35, the north half oF-Section 15, the north-cast quarter of Section 1C, lhe cast halves of Sections 21 and 32 and the north half and south oaat quar- ter of Seel Jon 28 in Tonahlp 10 Range 16; Secllong lt 2, 3, 4, 6. 9. 10, 11, 12 and (hnl portion or Section lying eaat of lhe Belly Rivet In Township 11 Hange 16 vreot of the Fourth Meri- dian, havo been erected Into a School District unrtcr Ilia' name'of The Mount Bulle School Dislrlcl No. 3333 of tho Province o! Alberta. Official Trustee: J, Morgan, promises to be the most inter- esting o[ the season. It Is au unus- ual story of mysytery and romance, and It iras necessary to. .engage two prominent stars foV IlV.presentation. .Mr. Rerelle and Jliss Snow are sur- rounded' by a strong cast Including Walter Hlichcock, Carl Brickerl, t-'red Tldmarsh, Carol Fred C. Williams, Fred Heck and Diane D'Aubrey. CANDIDATES' NORTH WATERLOO Three rjnrtMalM the political srena In Korth Wtterloo. On the left fi ehovn Wm.'D. Killer, Inde- student Liberal conMrlptlon lit; the John E. ilett, w'.o ORPHEUM TONIGHT WED. Second Performance of AT STARLAND George Deban, who was last seen as an Italian gardener In hie 'recent production, llarcelllni Mil- Is thc-star o[ his lalcslscreen creation, "A Roadside Grand Success Everybody Pleased Change of Program Tonight "The Lady" QTARLANn All ProduollMW QuiranlHd. SPECIAL' CHANGE OF.IPRCKSRAM: TONISHT AND TOMORROW GEORGE BEBAN IN-' "A- ROADSIDE IMPRESAKIOV _'' "HER TORPEDOED A Two.Reel Keyftone Stream. Harold Lockwood and TONIGHT CAST TIME Alllion In the Metro Wwnierpliy luxe Five Acti of jtrenflth, beftuty ard rvrrancc, Muit and Jeff; Cartoon. day and Thursday, "The Reed CRU." With no advance In prlcM. Half.Million Bribe" Starring Hamilton Revelle, hero ef a huntfre'd romantic and HM ehinnina and magnetic MargiMrrte Also The Broken Coin." ONCE NIGHTLY, 8.30 INC., OFFER AMERICA'S GREATEST COMEDIENNE KENNEDY IN THE CVCLONIC (SALE OF LAUGHJER Nlfhti (All tefi 1 Saturday Mallnce MAftGARET.WAVO PRICES RtMn'ld) Spe Adutla Children EXTRA .SPECIAL Prize Baby Show AT THE Sat. Matinee, Oct. 13 NO ENTRANCE FEE THREE PRIZES OFFERED FOR .THE BEtT DEVELOPED BABIES UNDER TWO OF AQE. COMMITTEE OF WELL. KNOWN CITIZENS WILL ACT JUDGES. IRINO Big Candy iMaO ,7... X- ;