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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBKK 25, 1017 THE LETHBIUDGE DAIL7 HERALD PAGE Uoyil, Lelhbridgc Man, Nci.r Death at Vancouver-His I'ul Trial John Royd. who halls from Itrldgc. Is lying al tlio point of dealb in Vancouver, :ind Louis la awaiting trial lucre on a ctiareo of attempting lo murder Uoyd- Iff I hero soino time ago with a young hidy named Jci.utti Craue. and tl WAR in a row over tills girl and lier s later that Iloyd Js lu have been shot by Uukcr. Tins Vancouver World gives Ilio following uccouul of the tragedy. Tho accuasi! Is LOUSE Haher, a Vancouver man. Tho man he la said (o have pUeiiapted to.kill IB Jolin JpiJa frwu LL'thbrldgc, AUa. Tho near tragedy occurred on ibo nlgliL of September 5, nnd two young women, Jennie and Ksslc Crano, nrc witnesses In the case, Jcimlo lias lived in Vancou- ver for n number of years. She was usually known us Madge Allen. Her Rlstcr Kssle Is considerably younger, lii.s been KuInK to school In Spokune, and has an excellent rcputailon, llolh Iloyd and tho -accused paid to nave been Intimately ac- {.ualnlpil with Hie clilcr girl, and a short lime previous lo ihc wound' MiK ol Iloyd he came through from 1 I.elhbMilEe with her. A lew days Inter she scut for her sister Essie. and she came on from Kpoknnc. with -the Idea or having a euorl holiday .'horn. On Hie night of tho trouble Hnhcr, Roycl ami ,I1ic two girls got toot Urn Idea of go Ing for an n ride. A dispute arose as lo vrficro (licy should po, and as they M- driving down Georgia Street towards Stanley Itaric. It Is alleged; or rlercil Iho car sloniic'l and got out lie wns followed by Ihe gjrJs anil ;i I little later by Maker. Tinker. 11 Is 'Rlatcil, called 1'oyil and walked close nji In htm. Thrs iicxt tli Inn anyone knew u-as Unit Uoyd was ]ylnB oij ..Ihc pavement and linker in u king off. Jlu was arruslcil the same night Illuino. SASKATOON HAS NEEDS. t Saskatoon, Oct. city wlj ask considerable legislation from OIL 'Icgislaliiro when it meets In Noveni her. One of ibe things it wants, is to run one-man street cars Shoe Repairing Shop OPENING IW CARDSTON MAIN STREET NOVEMBER FIRST Finishing .Machine and Machine Being Installed. v British Admiralty Appeals lo Canada to More Young AvUittu-s Ottawa, Ucl. huudred mcro young CaDttdlauH are required by Ibu llGL aduilrtlly to enter the Royal Service ua pruballonary Alght olH- me. Annouucepieui to (bU etfeci was made tp of naval aervice, Caudldatea wtll Le required to servo for the duration of the war. Thoy inuil he over Ihc age or IT a half and must not. is a rulo. e passed luejr iNvenlj'-tUIrd lilrtli day, altbouEh exceptionally suitable ci who have, not passed their 25th birthday may be accepted. A. high physical and Mucallonal andnrU Is required uod Ihu deji uient announccB only men ire athletic and perfectly fit, aa well s possessed pf educational und lu- clkclUAl capacity can .be accented. Tho need for perfccf eyesight Is cm pUajlzed. CandldalCA are roqulred to be ivituml boru BrlUati iubjecta and Euns of nilural born firlllali subjects Full dolatls Bbout. tbe can be obtained from tlic chief nival recruit- Inn olljcer, JOS WeUrngloo Street. It staled tho naval depart' rncnt-thts monilile that a large per cenlago of tlic men serving It) the royal air service al the prwenl lime arc Canadians. 10'ACCEPT ft NiNN Nolaon, U, C., Ocl. of the BBBoctatcd boards of IrfLdC ol eastern Columbia was at- tended by' the mine owners and rep rcEcnlailves of local boards of trade yt-fltcrtlny to mid means of relief from Ihc condlt foils caused by the EinelMng Company ol Trail, s. G Iflaylock general manager of Hie Trail Smelter, gave e.u "outline ot the decrease (n inualtloua manufactur- ing In Hie west aild'gavc this ns the main reason for -Irie'dirtallnicnl of Hie Trail reductions of the lead ores CRreyiag over, per. cent 2inc. II. R Ihe.con- vention in iluj.eventng by supporting a resolution .to-nddreBB tho premiers of Cansdn and Urillsh Columbia re- questing linmcdlale action lu obtain relief fronrtlie refusal lo tnkc any mure ores containing over four per ccnt- zinc.- No ore nf the Slocan -contains si Itttlc as this R mount and many of Hit outside cnmpa'drc so sljuatetl. Mr, Ulaylockmade a final offer to Wfflve ahlpinenl' as_hleii- NO REPORT YET. Oct. No report bat so lur beeu up by the conclffatfoo buard appointed by the inlnliter ol labor to tho dlffl cullies vrblch bad arisen Le- twoeii the C. K H. and malmeuaQce ot way men. and (o any case tha repurt will nol be ma do public until It haa beeu b-ent (o Ottuxva. What the Press Agents Say COfMMlMI Also Charge Householders With Stealing BtiHlts for 1're- serving Fruit Otl. numhor of milk distributors gave information lo the special milk committee at (he food controllers office this morning when Ihc Investigation Into the ID creased cost of production and dis- tribution of this commodity was con- tinued. It appeared lo be tlic con- census of opinion among those exam- Jned uy P. Tuslln, chairman of the commission, thai If a central or cou centratcd system ot delivers' was adopted tor Hie distribution of milk, I he re would be a saving or a cent a quart. TUIs would enable the dis- tributor to pay (he Tanner oue half cent per quart more, and al the saraa Lhuo slve con-utnors in lit at ?ialf CDnl per quart cheaper, The loss In milk bottles taken up by the committee with the dis- tributors The witnesses approsi- mated Ilia yearly loss at to due chiefly to the careless- of (he consumer, but caused also by theft of bottles, weather condit- ions and factory ljreafcane. A Mon- treal distributor Bald thai in ihe pre servinc season women found thai milk bottles could be used Cor oilier purposes than thai for >vlilcli they wero dcslEncd from llDlifai, Moose aw, Montreal and Toronto gave, evl- ehce. Traction Engine REPASRS We arc well .equipped to handle all fclnrfs of repair work on cither etc am or gaa tractors, Only high class work leavci our shop, and we will quolo you prices Inat are right. NIVEN BROS. 216 Flrot Ave. S. Phone 1732 IiicHauajioHs, Inl., Ocl. P.. VVhllc rcatgncd aL noon today as D'reslacnl ot the Unlleil Mine Work- ers ol America, lie.will bo succeed- ed president or tlie organization Iliy. Frauk'J. Uayeej .vlce-prealdeal ol tlic.union.. Mr.., While will leave on fiuiirliiy Tor WuBhiugtoTi to assume hlE antics as adviser to Dr.H. A. Qar- j field, 'national (uVl adnlinUtrator. Manilla. lowar Ocl. Brue, ivealthy resident of Aspinivall, ar- catcd yealflrday because of his re- usal to permit HID use of an aEscm- ly hnll, owncil by him, for.n Mberty. oau campaign, today Is pleading ft Is -Llb- rly-bbnds. la chiefly pop- laled by Oermnria. After Drug was cleased'pendlnR good behavior, he as 'told lliaL It Iowa town ship in hlch he Ijougtil ortli or bbn-ls, citizens would al- cmpt lo have llic_- charcea against in) dropped. Ilrus then purchased jOO til or bonus and Inimedlalely egan a selling campaign, among-hfn lerniau FrlendE.' TUB slurs and atripes arc floating ver homes and buBlncas houees in spinwall today for (he firci time In ic. memory of the oldesl InhablUat. late agents a. drive aotntt ro-Germans. Wealthy who o not subscribe will be taken before he federal commissioner at Council Huffs, Recording (o Mayor Roacoe lanndcrE, ot Manila, who Is head.nj fie cflnipatgn In Ibu dlalrlcl. MR FI1NC1AL The Steinway Piano Is recoonized as the World's BEST. The Nordhclrrier IE as toclited with the Steinway In Canada anj must compare fav- orably lo holci this close assoc- iation. We arc the direct agents for both of these famous pianoa, Come and see us. AsNiuibohi Music Co., LUI. "Everything MM 315 6th St. S. Uthbrldge ff WILL BE ppEN FOR SERVICE have 'two colored cooke Evtrylhlna will be cooked and thoroughly seasoned, Kltchtr. la open for in-sptctlii: at any time, 'We afjo hnve First'Class Rooms 7.IS Tliini Avcutip OlUwn, Oct. Economy In conl la still urged by 0- PearEon, ilcp- uty fuel contro.ler for'CaiiDda. 'Mr. I Pearson, 'while 'expressing grattflca- llnri thnl Llie United- stales fuel ad' ministration .IRK- Increased allot- menl by ten cmpfia-itios that the greatest economj-' mual Lo exercised. On Apr (I 1 last, as com- pared wllh former years, supplies lo Canada were almoat exhausted. Tlic moat Important problem now be-fore (ho fncl controller wtll tho equalization of rilBtrlbutton. WE SAVtYOtf MQNEX) FOR YQffiSeCF FAMI LY DISEASE RAMPANT FROM BAD FOOD AmBtardtm, Oct. It I wr net that tl.a schools ot'Cologne aro clos cil oh account ol, Iho Increase In what Is called 'hunger. typhus" a typo of. tlyatntery cauaed the bad qualify of, food, especially tbe brcar produced wltMn re.cenl months ThcrC arc ttns of thousands of cases over the country.: Vtuinm reports ftn Increased number of cases of this malady, SELECTING A FUSION CANDIDATE AT TEC Winnipeg, Oct. names o four prominent of Soutl Winnipeg, Jolm .Gall, R. T, Rlley (leorgo Alien and Auguilu fusion oJLVhV riding al meeting held nlghl, the of vyhfoh WB3 lo make progress to ward the eelectlmi of a ilrong-unlon ist and Tho four names; were, brought for ward by of the committee! .The. executive of I he Con acrvatlvc It lS-Rnnorm will meet. Friday nfgnl'lo Uko thl under fldvisonjcnt nnd pq.islhly lo ad thcr namcg ,lhe order I iVRlt Ilio nftlion .of Iho Conscrvnllr xccutlvn. Iho tu'ston foirlmUlce ad- t t AT THE MAJESTIC Convincing proof ol Ibe tremen- dous crealej by Ihc. latest photoplay "KcdcmpUou" lies In the [ail it packed lue Cob an Theatre, New Vork, to the Joori for vveelka. No produced In yenrt baa met wllh such yolverial acclalQi rks There was UlFsenicr amougtt Ihe critics ol the dully papers. Tbla laust be seen In this city ut iho Majostlc fur Ihiee stutLiiiK Monday. OU The-story is based on the former life of Evelyn Kcsbtt. yet U dfsttncl- ly from It, and ft Is worked out uo beaullully that one >vould hardly realize U IUT lite. The history of Urn American Blagc not record a more enduring sue cess than thai achieved by "In Old Kentucky" which conies lo Iho Ma- jestic fur two utglils starting tomor- row (Friday) and special matinee Tills famous American play, fresh from Its new triumphs at tlio big Boston theatre, it played most successful ajirlr.g cngagemvlth all stocki hy ihc federal also was detailort In the repurt. Since crKanltaiLin. September Uh, wheat prices IJHVI; been siable and fluppllps equitably distributed helwpeu all millers through fourteen zone agencies. One-third nf the approjiriaTfiil (or the food Mr. Hoover stat- ed, was drawu froiu the treasury to organize Iho grain corporation. Standard Tie Bread Slamlardliallon of bread as (lie re suit oE Investigations by government oiperts soon will La announced Ly the food, ad minis t rat Ion. Ilenjamln Jacobs of the department of agricul- ture's bureau of ivlio has been making tosU and investfgatine the coats of Ingredients and labor ami other facloi-s In the baking Industry. has submitted his report to Foot] Ad- ministrator Hoover. While eventually the bakers will he brought under a federal Kccnslng" sys tern, there Is no likelihood of such ac- tion by November I, when tlie licens- ing feature of the food law will he extended to some lines of Induel Elernlnate Commissions ElimlnaMon of ctccsslvc coranils- SIODS to brokers, commission tnerch- and auctioneers of food )s pro- vided hy special regulations which. go Into effect November 1 under tho federal licensing system to bn oper- ated by the food ndinluislrallon. U- .renaeea will Dot Lc penullteil to charge directly or Indirectly more lhan ordinarily and customarily pre- vail during normal conditions in (he particular locality and trade. Commission men, brokers and auc- tioneers will also be prohibited from selling foods lo themselves or per- sons connected with their own busi- ness. The regnlalions, designed to protect Ihe consumer and the pro- ducer shipping- goods to markcls on consignment arc for Ilio guidance and support of the trade and to protect tho majority of business man against the few who attempt to take advantage ol war condlttons. "War Healiy in pictures t the Orpheuui loalghl. This pic- ure truly shows what tlie different bases of the war really arc, espec- ally during the campaign of Verdun. V get a true Idea ot the conditions listing at' the theatre of war one riust have either taken part or. the leit ucst thing (o have eeeu this ilcture. And arc. (be allies downhearted? aal go and see the cheerful .and ery dirty faces of (lieso who were not posing either. There are many comic features, ta tie picture, too, ns war has Us funny cfllitrcs as well as its grim features. Vhcu tlic precautions thai arc taken o that the German prisoners should iQt'escflpe, the audience roared with One I) eg an Lo realize under what conditions Ihe boys at the Iron! were lighting. One could realize Just what ivnr really Js, and it Js with sincerity nnd truth that the Advice given "go, and see (lie picture If you want tp a'ee Just what IE going ob now In France." Ottawa, Ocl. advisory council for. scientific nnd industrial research haa appointed two associate commliices, one on mining and mcta- lurgK, and Ihc othor on chemistry. K. II. Slewari, Vancouver; w. Fleet nobertson, Vicloria, and E. II. Hamil- ton, Trail, D. C.; John T. Stirling, Ed- monton, and 0. B. S. Whiteside, Cole- man, are all members of the commit- tee on raining, and Dr. Frank Adams, McDin University, is chairman. M. A. Parker and Dr. P. J, 111 chard, AT THE EMPRESS Shndow fAwn, President Wilson's iUrnmcr home, whfch Is near Long Branch, la one of the finest eslales [n the country, axid no more suitable location for'the slag Ing of "Hie Un: [althfnl could hnvo. been pro cured. It the home of Iho late John A. McCall, president of the Now York Life Insurance and It covers an area of thirty acres. It Includes acre upon acre of rolling lawns, n like, terraced Cardans, drives, tennis courts and goll links Its gardens contain dearly every known plant and flower and are among the nioit celebrated In- the world. This picture Is bslr.s shctvn the tonight only. HEAR The Illustrated LECTURE "JOAN OF ARC" BY REV. CHAS. BAKER IN THE BAPTIST CHURCH Friday Evening October 26th At 8.30 Under Auspices Ladies1 Aid Silver Collection Half Proceeds for French Emergency Fund. The Sole Support of His Family Gives His Life for His HE THOUGHT HIS DEAR ONES WOULD BE AMPLY PROVIDED FOR. ARt THEY! WHEN pNEXPECTED SICKNESS COMES WHERE ARE THE ADDITIONAL LIVING AND HOUSEHOLD EXPENSES TO COMC FROM. THE MAN WHO FOUGHT AND DIED FOR YOU HAS A Needy Wife and Children in Lethbridge YES, A NUMBER OF THEM. HERE'S WHERE THB PEOPLE OF LETHBRIDGE CAN HELP A LITTLE OET BEHIND THE Whist Drive and Dance GIVEN BY THE Great War Next-tf-Kin Association In the Veterans Club, On Friday Next, October 26 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Prove that you are really fond of your own and children by doing your duty to those who have no bread-winners. They deserve the best. mfpeE; Dr. .Mclnlosli, Vancouver; Dr. It. U. MacLaurln, Saekltoon. and Dr. A. F. Lehmann, Kilmohloti, arc members of the commULee on cliem- slry. ol whicli Dr. R. F. RuUan, Mc- 0111 Unlveraily, Is chalrmnn. SUPPORTS UNION GOVT. Saskatoon, Del. W. Jllllar, nominated some lltne ago by Liberals ot North constil ucncy, will coolest (lie seat as supporter or union government. ThJ ConserraClves withdrew their cnudldf ale, and souglit to liavo Mr. jMillar i lire so that a Jolnl candidate nilf be selecled, uut Ihe Liberal eie_ llve, acting lor Mr. Millar, has refu: oil. rarr ACTUAL.VADFADf- TAKEN 91 AUTMORITV At ORPHEUM Tonight AND BALANCE OF THE WEEK Children lOt-J-----------AduHs 3oc STEAMER WENT ASHOHE Rocl'Oiter, N. V, Ocl. One hair ot the gOTernratiU steamer Northern Llgli'L wen! aaliore In a storm on On- 4 urln orlr at Point 4 BrceM norlli of Albion. The 4 stenmAT taken over- .by the sovernmeni. (6r service i afiort time ftnj" ft led Cleveland (or Moulretl .011 October 1G. In order to ftRe the locks the vcjael IfleJ and not been rejoin-'> od wlien the holding the" ir parts giro In a sen. The sltamer mln- by Iwelro men anrf Succeeded- In awlmtnlnt aiiliore except one man, nAme 4 nnXnown, who seliri< wllh crjimpj; and drowned. LAST TJMM TONIOHT 'GLADYS'HDMilTE IN ''POTS AND PANS PEGGIE" 'MAX THE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JESSE t." LASKY PRESENTS MAE M11KKAV IN "AT FIRST .SIGHT" A Paramount Picture. Special CemeJks for the Children Saturday Matinee, Good Muilc, Oct Rowland Cllfford-CatU (Inc.) the Matt Popular Play Written. American A Thrilling arrf Romarrtk Kentucky Lift IN OLD The .Spirited and Exciting; ..HoriH Race, The Famout Kentucky. Thoroughbred, Queen BCM The Rollicking Fun of the Inimitable Pickaninnies by C, T. OAZEY 'The Strongeii and Moat CupoMivt Caat Ihe plly Hal Ever Had, COMPLETE NEW PRODUCTION THOROUGHBRED VTHit'fAMoUt IflASS BAND 'BIO NIVV STRtlT PARADE DAILY Jit, Matinee Me 'SEATS ON SALE NOW TONIGHT PMCtS ANOTHER BIG TRIUMPH BY WM. POX, OF FRtttNTt Uhfaithhil Prwtrvfrif'for Ihc enllgMcr'rnfnt of prutent rnlllldns 'iM fufu'rt mtditim'tl term MmtiRitnati art of the Crcatett Living Exponent of RolM, and Lafnt ;