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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETqBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1918 Matthews, Horse Thief, Retaken; Found By Posse Under Bed At His Ranch, Armed to the Teeth Oiio of the most sensational captures ever effected in southern Alberta was carried out yesterday on the franch of Chas. Matthews, the escaped convict, when that tough specimen *ras run to earth by Const. Allen and tlis posse in a most dramatic manner. Matthews escaped from the provincial jail here last week, for the sec-trad time. A few days previous Inspector Mundy of the provincial police here had been out interrogating liini on some other matters, and the man complained to him that people were stealing hay from his place at Beaver Mines, and that one of the neighbors was threatening to shoot his wife. It was only a few days after that that Matthews made his escape. The provincial police si once took on the task of running him down. A Bad Actor Matthews is known as a bad actor �nd extra efforts were made to capture him. The residents of his home district also were anxious that he should be captured as soon as possible and formed a posse for the assistance of the police. The search was at 'irsf in charge of Constables Allen and Smith, who scoured the south country for the convict Const. Rogan of Pincher Creek, also kept a lnokour. Rogan phoned to Inspector Mundy on Oct Sth that aiatthews had been seen in the vicinity of his old home, and that the woman who was supposed to be his wife �was collecting ammunition for fight-� ing off the police.. Const. Rogan in the meantime was organizing and di-; reeling the search for the convict. Infatuation for Woman i ' The police were about certain that' iMatthews would make for his old: [homestead owing to his infatuation BAD SCALD  "Such Mli�r I felt wi�n I applied Zam-Buk to * bidly scalded taMfi!" write* Mr*. A. Riwtoy, �f #� Timothy st, Montreal. "I was etaadiac �e�r the stove when the kettle soiled over on my stand. I spplied some ointment whtck I he* in the house, bat it �1� Mt �u� ths baralas. 'The skin peeled off sad tie psia was ss bed ttst I got no sleep for two nighU. - '/Then I commenced using Zsm-,*S�b:, and the first application gave me wonderful relief. It seemed to /cool-the burning so that I was able '^o sleep, and from then the seald *�I�n to heal. Zam-Buk grew new kin over the sore place and before 'long mjr hand wms quits allrigkt y �fain." ,, � - - Zam-Buk should always fee kept la the house for cuts, burns and knocks, and for eczema, ringworm, ,*oiln, pimples, blood  poisoning, . .iplcera and piles it cannot be (Balled. All dealers or Zam-Buk to* Sonata. SOe box. S Mr fUi. FOR THE RED CROSS for the woman he claimed to be his wife. A close watch was kept on the place. Finally the posse yesterday afternoon, after the woman and the father and brother of Matthews had beeu arrested, went to the home for a search. The day previous on the approach o� the posse the woman had come out and fired two shots in the air as a warning. Armed to the Teeth Yesterday the posse under Const. Allen went to the house to search the place. They were looking about for the rifle which the woman had used, when one of the civilians with the party, D. A. Mitchell, happened to look under the bed and saw the muzzle of a rifle. He investigated a little further and saw that the rifle was in the hands of Matthews, who "was hidden among the rubbish under the bed. Const. Allen, who was standing near, drew his automatic, and held the man up. taking him prisoner. The rifle was found to be loaded, and Matthews also had an automatic. How Allen ever escaped getting shot is a mystery. The capture has caused great relief in the district and much credit is coming to Const. Rogan for the direction of the search. Const. Allen who nerv-ily held up the convict, formerly was stationed at Retlaw. The woman was given three months on a vagrancy charge, and tEe father and brother of Matthews are being held. Matthews' father had made the! internet in ft1*:,*),* at-iu~ �_ x_ boast that his son would never be cap- lnterest ln FtiSM Strike Is In lured. The big Red Cross Thanksgiving competition is open. The pumpkin donated by Supt. Fairfield of the Experimental Farm is on display at Wool-worth's. The cost of a guess on the weight of the yellow monster is 10 cents. So clip out the coupon below, fill in your name and address, and your guess on the weight, and drop it in a box provided at the Woolworth store. The money all goes to the Red Cross and the pumpkin to the person making the nearest guess. RED CROSS PUMPKIN GUESSING COMPETITION My Guess is ....................... My Name is........................ .My Address is..................... C.P.R. CLAIMS STAFF NEARLY COMPLETE SPANISH FLU' HITS THE CITY; HALF DOZEN CASES Action of Union Men on 1 Friday. iM.H.O. Claims that None of i Them Have Been Reported - To Him. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE \.; Canada to Glasgow sF�r full information apply to Agents cr Company's Office, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. A most unwelcome visitor appeared in the city last night when some half dozen cases of Spanish influenza were found, some in an advanced stage. It would appear that this intrusion is being made light of by the doctors of the city as at noon today no cases had been reported to the City Health Officer. Jn most cities the utmost precautions are being taken, in, all cases complete quarantine is ordered and in some cases the patients are removed to the isolation hospitals. Here, however, nothing had 'been done up to a late hour today. When spoken to by a Herald representative Health Officer DeVeher stated that, he had no knowledge of the presence of the epidemic in the city, yet there happens to be a case next door to the Doctor's residence. In Winnipeg Winnipeg. Oct. 10.-Dr. A. J. Douglas, health officer, announced today that a proclamation will be issued When 20 more truckers are secured at the freight sheds the staff will be complete, according to information furnished the Herald this morning at the general offices of the C.P.R. here. At present a staff of 24 is at work in the sheds and freight offices. Way freight is being fairly well handled, but over 40 cars of transfer freight have not been touched. The baggage room staff is complete and the yard office staff practically so. Local interest in the strike centers on the action to be taken at the mass meeting of local labor men tomorrow evening. The executive of the freight handlers' union has handed the Herald the following statement: The freight handlers and clerks very much regret to hear that the Western Transfer, Co. have found it necessary to permit their teamsters to check, stack and truck freight at the local freight sheds.during the trouble. We hardly credit this unless they wish to give the teamsters a little enjoyment by being among the ladies. At Calgary. Calgary, Oct. 10.-According to a statement of the Calgary Trades and Labor Council out of 21 unions of the city who have taken a vote on a strike in sympathy with the Canadian Pacific railway freight handlers, who walked out over a fortnight ago, 19 have voted in favor of a general strike being called. Twelve other unions are still to be heard from. It is probable that the strike may take effect from Monday next. A meeting of the strike committee is being held this afternoon when this within a few days closing schools, P�inl. fae decided I Sure! High Heels t: Cause Corns But Who Cares Now �*. I ^Because style decrees that women 1 crowd and buckle up their tender toes I iu. high heel footwear they suffer from j corns, then' they cut and trim at these j painful pests which merely makes the �_ corn grow hard. Thfs suicidal habit | may causo lockjaw and women are ; warned to stop it. � A. tow drops of a drug called freez-j one applied directly upon a sore corn [gives quick relief and soon the entire i ;om, root and ail, lifts out without Jj�ain. Ask the drug Btore man for a \ Quarter of an ounce of freezone, which eosts very little but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. Thin drug is an ether compound and : dries in a moment and simply shrivels �up the corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. Clip this out and pin on your ; -wife's dresser.-Advertisement. theatres and churches and prohibiting public meetings in Winnipeg and suburbs to prevent the spread of Spanish influenza. The decision of the health authorities has not been arrived at because of alarming conditions present, but it is considered that prompt action will prevent conditions such as have arrived in the east. If the epidemic spreads similar action will be taken throughout the province. new cases were report ed today. Reports have been circulated that the Next-of-Kln was responsible for women taking the strikers' placest in the freight sheds here. The local Nextof-Kin are not responsible in any way for any women taking the place of a striker, and in order to ascertain the attitude of the Calgary association the following wire was sent to the branch there: A rumor in Leth*ridge that soldiers' dependents who are working in the freight sheds as strike-breakers are here with the Calgary branch N. O.K. behind them. If so, please recall them, as we are losing public sympathy. Wire reply. ' Mrs. T. LiOngworth, PraB. N. O. K. Mrs. Morley, secretary Calgary branch, sent the following in reply: "No truth in rumor that Calgary branch N.O.K. are behind strike fcreak- This morning the committee received the following telegram frorn the Winnipeg office of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, Freight Handlers and Station Employees: "Fight to a finish. International behind us. Advise Lethbridge., Medicine Hat and Edmonton. Tell them to keep with it." At Moose Jaw Moose Jaw, Oct. 10. - Federated Trades and Labor council members to a man at a rousing meeting last night decided to take a strike vote in support of the Canadian Pacific freight handlers, who are at present on srrike. The council also demands the reinstatement of Chief Clerk Shank-land, of the Canadian Pacific railway superintendent's office, who was dismissed after refusing to work in the freight sheds after the strike was called. LOCAL MAN GETS TYPEWRITER NOTICE :-- The United Typewriter Co. have opened offices in Room 7, Acadia Block, and are in a position to handle all typewriter troubles. A complete stock of Underwood Typewriters, repair parts and supplies kept on band. UNITED TYPEWRITER Co. L E. CARLIN - -REPRESENTATIVE PHONE 689 ALL WORK GUARANTEED Mrs. J. Paris, Sth Ave. S., received word thi3 morning that Pte. Joseph E. Paris of the infantry, who enlisted here, was suffering from shell gas poisoning received in the recent fighting. Mailed casualty lists today contain the names of Pte. Hugh Dobson of Turner, Mont., wounded. He was taken on the strength here. Corp. Burton Robinson, taken on the strength at Pincher Creek, is reported seriously wounded. DEBATE ON EVANGELISM -Hamilton, Ont., Oct. 9.-The question of the creation of a separate department of evangelism for the Methodist church v/as hotly debated this morning in the general conference committee on social service and evangelism but no decision was arrived at, the speakers being pretty evenly divided on the subject. Two sub-committees had been appointed to deal with the question, one of which reported in favor of and the other against the formation of the new department. The feeling of some is that the cause j of evangelism has suffered through ' the attention of the present department being devoted almost exclusively to social service. Others hold that evangelism is best forwarded through social service. It/is considered that some compromise may be arrived at through a reorganization of the present 'depama^ss), ith the Choicest This big store stands ready to most satisfactorily meet'your ;^attii^s|iiving needs "in "outer and under gar* ments, waists and neckwear, hosiery and gloves, dress goods and silks, staples and wash goods, furs, millinery, knit goods, etc. NEVER BEFORE HAS IT BEEN POSSIBLE FOR US TO OFFER SUCH VARIETY OF CHOICE; NEVER BEFORE HAVE WE OFFERED SUCH EXCELLENT VALUES CONSIDERING THE HIGH STANDARD OF .QUALITIES; AND NEVER BEFORE HAVE OUR STOCKS BEEN SO WELL AND CONVENIENTLY DISPLAYED FOR COMPARISON OF STYLES AND QUALITIES AND FOR EASY AND SATISFACTORY CHOOSING. PAY A VISIT TO THIS STORE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WHETHER YOU ARE AN INTENDING PURCHASER OR NOT; WHETHER YOU COME TO LOOK OR TO BUY YOU ARE EQUALLY WELCOME, AND A LOOK THROUGH THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS WILL GIVE YOU A FULLER IDEA OF THE SPLENDID WAY WE ARE PREPARED TO SERVE YOU. Special Finest Silk Hos- This is a beautiful lot of hosiery, and includes many lines now being sold in many stores as high as $2.50. Plain weaves and stripes in colors taupe, tan, brown, sand, putty, pearl grey, green, navy, black, white, pink, helio, etc., selling at the same price as we sold this same line for more than a year ago. Very special value, $2.00. Thanksgiving Stocks of Ready-to-Wear are Superb, and Values the Very Best Within Your Reach NOT AN OLD GARMENT IN THIS STOCK-EVERYTHING BRAND NEW AND RIGHT UP TO THE PRESENT MINUTE STYLES. WE ARE.S'AFE IN SAYING THAT THIS IS BY FAR THE FINEST LINE OF OUTER GARMENTS EVER SHOWN IN THIS CITY AND AS FOR PRICES, WE ARE OFFERING MANY LINES OF COATS AND SUITS OF THE SAME STANDARD CLOTHS WE FEATURED A YEAR AGO, AT PRECISELY THE SAME PRICES. In Your Search for Outer Garments You Cannot Afford to Pass This Store. Handsome New Furs �orThanks- giviang ^ " Separjjjij scarfs and'muffs aad beau-tiful mashed sets in a lovely range of all the wanted kinds. BLACK FOX SETS- $125.00 and $150.00 BLACK WOLF SETS- $90.00 and $100.00 FINEST BEAVER SETS- $150.00 and $160.00 FINEST SABLE SETS- '. At $190.00 FINEST RED FOX SETS- At $137.50 WHITE SABLE SETS- Special $57.50 TAUPE WOLF SETS- At $100.00 THIBET SETS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUG LADIES PRICED ACCORDING TO SIZE- At $9.00 to $45.00 STORM SERGE SUITS $35.00 Brawn, taupe, navy, etc. Very , smart styles and very special value. MEN'S WEAR SERGE SUITS, $45.00 to' $60.00 Navy, brown, burgundy and black. Hegular small and large sizes to 42. Very attractive garments at the various prices. FUR TRIMMED SUITS $90.00 to $115.00 A lovely new lot just to hand this week by express. Colors brown, taupe, navy, etc. Only one of a kind. EXTRA LARGE SUITS $42.50 to $60.00 For very largo women who are hard to fit. Colors navy, brown, grey and black. Very smart stylus, beautiful materials, sizes to 47. -Sat Sale of Coats - $32.50 A Beautiful Collection, Absolutely Unmatchable Elsewhere. This is a line our buyer tooK a great ;deai of pains to secure while in the, Bast, and for qualifcyvof jnatecials ejsen surpasses any werhad to show a year ago at the price. MADE OF LOVELY QUALITY CHINCHILLAS IN BROWN, BURGUNDY AND VERY RICH PURE WOOL TWEEDS IN SPLENDID MIXTURES OF BROWN AND BLACK, GREEN AND BROWN, GREEN AND GREY AND' GR EY AND BLACK. ALL SIZES FROM 16 TO 44, AND INCLUDING A BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF VERY SMART AND ATTRACTIVE NEW STYLES. HANDSOME I I VELOUR COATS $45.00 to $50.00 Very attractive new styles in tans, browns, taupe, new blue, etc., trimmed with plain and crushed plush, buttons and buckles. Small and large sizes. LOVELY FUR TRIMMED COATS $67.50 to $100.00 Many new styles just to hand this week by express, including some of the very best styles we have had to show during the season. Colors brown, new blue, taupe, burgundy, Russian green, etc. MORE NEW SILK & SERGE DRESSES LATE STYLES JUST ARRIVED FOR THANKSGIVING, FEATURING THE NEW PANEL AND OVER-SKIRT EFFECTS IN A WIDE RANGE OF STYLES AND EVERY WANTED COLOR. i SERGE DRESSES $20.00 to $42.50 Plain serges and silks and serge combinations in navy, new blue, brown, green, burgundy, sand, etc. Small and very largo sizes. SILK DRESSES $22.50 to $45.00 Handsome new styles in poplins, crepe de chine, Duchess and Georgette and crepo de chine combinations. All colors and sizes. Special k Petticoats $6.50, $7.00 and $7.50 Three special lots in three different kinds, each one as cheap as we sold them a year ago and in a variety of choice affording a splendid selection. Plain poplins, shot, taffetas and fancy figured silks including' such colors as old rose, new blue, paddy green, tans, greys, navy, brown, black, etc. Special value at the various prices. NOVELTY SKIRTS in most Beautiful Designs and Materials A COLLECTION OF SKIRTS THAT FAR SURPASSES ANYTHING WE HAVE HAD TO SHOW ANY PREVIOUS SEASON FOR EXTENSIVENESS OF ASSORTMENTS AND BEAUTY OF MATERIALS. NOVELTY CLOTH SKIRTS $15.00 to $27.50 Newest checks and stripes in rich dark mixtures of all the new and popular colorings, styles and sizes for small, regular and extra large women up to 36 in. NOVELTY SILK SKIRTS $10.00 to $25.00 Handsome stripes, checks and plaids and many plain color as well, made up in the most attractive novelty styles. Beautiful WAISTS of Georgette, Crepe-de-Chene, Silks, etc. IN A MOST ATTRACTIVE AND EXTENSIVE SHOWING OF MOST APPROVED AND BE-COMING 8TYLES,. FEATURING THE NEWEST SHAPES OF COLLARS, OTHERS ROUND NECK WITH NO COLLARS AND OTHERS AGAIN WITH THE POPULAR HIGH BUTTONED NECK. ... Voile Waists .. . $3.00 to $6.00 Georgette Waists $7.00 to $11.50 Striped Habutai Silk. $6 to $8.50 Crepe de Chine Waists $6 to $10 Striped Taffetas . $7.00 to $8.50 Striped Shantung Waists .. $8.00 1 I I I I Wonderfully Attractive Thanksgiving Pattern HATS Our millinery section attractions for women styles and exclusiveness never before have we large variety of choice every type of face as Ib here. has held many desiring smart this season, but offered such a in hats to suit now on display Beautiful American and French patterns, in most extensive variety, featuring well over a hundred very latest creations -just one of a kind. Very Complete Range of "Gossard" Corsets We are the exclusive agents in Lethbridge for this famous line of corsets and for the first time this season are now able to offer a most complete range of all the best styles for slight, medium and stout figures. These styles come in the finest cout-ils and brocades, in, colors flesh or �white, and offer exceptional comfort and value at $3.00 to $8.50. WE HAVE AN EXPERIENCED CORSETIERE WHO WILL FIT YOU WITH THE MODEL BEST SUITED TO YOUR FIGURE. I CLARKE & CO. 614 Third Ave. South 1 i I ;