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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIH'USDAY, OCTOBEll 23; 1017 THE LETHBRIDGE DA1LT HERALD PAGE uiirmuL Royd, Lcthbridge Man, Death nt I'al A wails Trial Johu [loyil. who halls from Ijcili- bridge, fs lying at Iho ol death In Yaucouvcr, and l.ouls llakcr In awhltlng trial lliero on u cliurgo ot uUciLiitlliig to murder UojfJ. Boj'd left here- eymo Ihuo ago wliliayouDg lady named Jennie Crane, ami It WAR In a row over llils girl mid her sister (hat liuycl is alleged to huvebeen shot by Uakcr. Tho Vancouver World Blvca tho follow Inc account of llie iragedy. The accused man IB Louis Jiaker, a Vancouver man. This man he Is paid to have jtttciiHildl to kill IB John lloyil. who lialls from Lt'llibriilga. Alta. Thy near tragedy oi'currod on tho. nlghl ol September 5. Iwo young Jcnnfo and Ksslc Crane, lira vviLnesses In the case. Jcimlo C'rac haa lived In Vancou- ver tor a number of years. Shti was usually knuwn us Madge alien. Her sister" Essie U considerably younger, lias been gain? (o school In Spokane, ami line uu excellent reputation. Hath Hoj'd and tho accused nre ealil Ii> have bo8D Intimately at- with the older filrJ, and a short limn previous to Hie wound- Iiitf of JJo.vil lie i-ame Ihroiisli from Lcthbrlufce ivllb her. A few days lalor she scut lor her eialer Essie, and ehc cainci on from Spokane, wllli the D( .having short holiday lioro. On the nfffhl or ihc trouble Itakcr, Royd aml.lhfl iwo cot together "with tho of goInK for an auto ride. dbiiuic aroso as to wbcro tbey should anil as tViey driving down Georgia Street towards Stanley I'ark. lloyd, It Is alleged; or- lie red ,llio tar stapiiM and got out. -le followed by Hie girls and a lililo later by Hater, linker. II 'Dialed, esillpil HoyJ ami walked close hn In him. The next ililns anyone knew was lluit lluyil was lylnK the iiavcment anil linker making off. lit: was urreslL'd the same night at IHuina. Hritlsh Admiralty Appeals to Canada to Send More Young Aviators SASKATOON HAS NEEDS. j Saskatoon, Oct. Hty will nsk roiisldcmlila from LUC .legislature when It meets In Xovem- her. One of llic things It Is to run one-man street cars. Shoe Repairing Shop OPENING IN CARDSTON MAIN STREET NOVEMBER FiqFT Finiehing Machine and .Sewing-. Being Installed. Pcrini Ottawa, Oct, liuudred more young Canadians required by The liGh admiralty to enter Ihe (loyal Air Senrlce M flight old- to (Ma effect was undo to department ot naval service. will be required to servo for ibe duration pf the war. my muil ovtr llio ase or 17 aud lialf years and DIUBI not. AS a rulo, have passed (tiejr tivciity-thtrxl lilrlli day, although csceuUonallr suitable men who have not passed iberr 25Ui birthday iq'ay be accepted, A high physical aud fduL-aUoiia] atamlard Is required and Urn depart nienl announces lhat only ID en who are athletic end perfectly fit, as well au possessed of educational anj Iti- lellcclual capacity can ic accepted. The need perfect eyesight is em- phasized. Candidates are required to be Jialural bora British eubjecti aud cons of ntlural born Drltlih subjects Hull details about. Ihe Dialler can bo obtained Irora tho cblef naval recruit- ing olticer, SOS Wellington Street. U was stated at the naval depart- ment ihia morning thai a large per centagc of (he men serving In the royal air service at Ihe present time arc Can art Inns. TO ACCEPT H AGAIN Ndlson. H. Oct. mcel of Ihc associated boards of trade ol eastern Hrltlsb Columbia was at- tended by' the mine owners and rep rcsentatlves of local houru.i of tradfi yoslcrday lo clIsciiES and means i ol obtaining relief from the conilit j Ions caused by. the Consolidated Smcltlne Comiiony ol Trail. S. G Itlaylock general manager nf the Trail Smeller; gave on 'outline of the decrease In munitions manufactur- ing In the ailil'savc this ns the main reason for the "curtailment the Trail reductions ot the lead orca farrylng over four per cent zinc. It. K. the con ventlon in tho.evening b'j- supporting resolution Loaddreea the premiers of Canaan and UrlUah Columbia re riucating Inimcdlate action to otitott relief froni'tlie" Uireotcnecl refusal to lake any more ores cantflfninjr over (our per cent zinc.. .Vn ore of the Slocan -contains ai little as this amount aud many tlic oulElde camps'are so aHuateJ, Mr. IllaylocK inade n final offer lo 'ahfpmonr.' afleri', (.contalnlofi as..blgh'- aa.-'g- jicr cent Traction Engine We ere well equipped lo handle all kinds of repair work on either stenm or gns tractors. hlph class work oqr shop, and vjill quote you prices thnt arc right. N1VEN BROS. 216 Flrot Ave. S. Phone 173z Indlana'uolis, Intl., Oct. p.. .at. noon today as preislde'nt of the' United Mine Work ers of America. He will he ed as president of Ibc organization tij- Frank J, Hayes, .'vlce-presluent o Ihe.union. Mr., White leave 01 Sunday for Washington lo assume hi: dutlca na advisor lo Dr. H. A. Onr (field, "national fuel "administrator. i The Steinway Piano Is recognized as the World's BEST. Tile fVordheimcr is 'as" satiated with Ihc Stcinway In Canada and must compare fav- orably to hold this close ass DC.. lation. We are Ihe direct agents for both of these famous planoe, Come and see us, Assiuiboia Jhisic Ltd. "Eyerylhlng Musical1'' 315 6lh St. S. Lcthbridge WILL BE OPEN FOR SERVICE Sat. let. 27th We- have -two colored cooks Everything will be home cooked and thoroughly seasoned, Kitchen Is open for inspection at any time. 'We alao have Fii-si C'Ji'iss Kooins v.iS Third Avenue. H. 260-1 ON FOR YOUPSELI? HEMNESEYJ, WILSON Ottawa, Oct. In coa 13 Ellll urEed hy O. Pearson, ilci ily fjiel conlroJJer 'M Pearson, whilo 'esprcsslnE gratldc lie lhat Die Unlled mftKfi prog re in I wurtl Ihe Bclectlon o( atrong-unlo and candidate. The Tour namefl were, brought fo ward by [he of th committee. The executive of the Co aorvallvb It mccl Friday, night' (ft under advlacrricnt nnri poaBlbly lo a oilier namca tq ,lhe In order awnll ttin ncllon of ihft Conacrvnll _ llio djalon contmlllce ad V V 0 v f NO REPORT YET. Hesljia. Oct. No llual report has so Jftr be on up by (be vuucllljlloD boarJ unpointed by the minister of labor to Investigate the dlfll- vrhlth had arisen Iweeu the C. I1. H. tmd the maintenance ot way men, and Iu case tba report will not be uiuUo public until It haa been sent lo Ottawa. Wfiat the Press Agents Say NEW S1EPS10 -o- v -o- IK DEALERS HDVISt Charge Householders With Hottles for Ottawa, Oct. number of illk distributors e aiicclal milk committee at (ne uod controllers office this inomlug lion the Investigation Into the Ifl- reascd cost of production, and dla- rlbutfoii of Nils was con- iiuod. It appeared to bo the con cnsus of cplnlon arnoiiK those eiam- ncd by P. Tustln, chairman of the iufiiftan, that If a contra) or con- cntratcd system of delivery was fur the distribution of milk, here would be a saving ot a.cent a uarl. Tills waul J euaLIa 111 e ill tlhutor Iu pay the fanner cue hulf cut per quart morc> aud at the ED me lino plvc consumers jnllk at onc- alf cent ncr quart cheaper. The loss In in Ilk bottles was taken ,p hy the coniintttcc with tlie tils rlbutors. The ivltncssca approxl- ialed the yearly loss ul from o due chiefly lo llie carclcss- ICES of Ihe consumer, hut caused also iy theft of bottles, weather condlt- ons mnl factory breakage. A Mon real distributor Bnlil thai In the pre orvhiE season women found that illk bottles could be uacd for other ioECs than that for which they veru doslgucd. DlalriuutorB froni llaliffli. Moosp aw, Montreal and Toronto gave eri- .ehce. fflSIlN'SAHIW Manilla, Iowa, Oct. BruB, wealthy resilient, ol Aspinwall, ar- es led yesterday because of his re- usal lo iiernilt the use of an aEs ly hall, owned by lihn, for .a oan campaign, today la pleading vlth hla Uerman'friends Llh- fty bonds. VAsplnwaH la chielly pop- ilaled by Germans. After Brus Was eleaaed pending good behavior, he vas iold that If Iowa township in which lie resides, bought vorth of bends, citizens would at- empt to have Ihe charges against, !m dropped. Drus then purchased 500 worth of bonds and Immediately a selling campaign, among-hli .crnian Tbe stars and slrlpes are floilln >ver homes and business houses In today for the firsl in lie memorr nf the" oldest Inhabitant- Stale agents began a drive Wcallliy who lo not be taken .before he federal commissioner at Council HuffB, according to Mayor lloacoe launders, of Manila, who 1i heading he bond campaign In this district. 1 r Oct. inder 'way between Ihc offlclmJ BtocK lolderi' uaoclatlon oft Paris, which s the governing boily of the Bourse and 'rtpresentallvea o( American units view lo pirticlp.nlloi after the war hy French branches "o Vmerlcan banks In the effecting o ortnlghtly iolllcmcnls of Dourai raniACtlona. There li need of such corporation becaiiBG after the- Vfti Trench bonds will'' require a wide market In order lo assure Ihefr greal er liability. Relations- N'cw York, Oct. bankers were without definite sd vices today regarding the negotla [ona with the stockbrokers issociatloji of Paris, but expressed In opinion that closer relations exist between this ccnlro and Parl after the war. A CRUEL CASE. Saskatoon, Oct. Zcllnsy section foreman at Guernsey, SasV hns been by the proylncla police, charged with cnualn; the death nf hla wlfo by neglecting-, provide proper mcdlci) ntlcnllon time of chllil blrlli. STEAMER WENT ASHORE Rochecler, N. Y., One hull of tha goTernment steamer NortbeiD JJght wtot Hshore In a itorm on On- (nrlD Mrlr (ml 7 at Point BreeM north nf Albion. The atennw was lalten oter- by the government t6r freight service a short llrno MO left C I eve I an J (or MouUfil on. October 16, fn order 16 take the locka the vessel Irled ind had not been rejoin' ed when the cable holding tnt two pfirls Rare way In R htivy den, The steamer WRB -rntn- ncd by Lwelrc men ond til succeeded In sTrlratQlnc oitliore except one man, nnknown, waa fielicrf with and drowned, 4 4 AT THE MAJESTIC Convincing 11 roof of the tremen- oui Impri'sslDn created by the taleit iilny "ItcdDinutton" lies In tho ct tbai it packed the Ooliau heatre, New York, to tbo doors for eelcB. No vlay produced Ja years met with Huch universal acclaim marks Thire WM ol a ID fife dissenter aruougit the Tltka ot tLm dully papers. 71ils latest work will be seen In 13 t-lly LJI tho fur three fghts staititle next .Monday, Oct. i, Tho Glory i; IjattJ an tlto former Ee of Kvelyu Sesblt, yet IH dlstlnel- iror.i n. and Jt Is worked out bcauilully that out would hardly eallzu Jt Js ber life. The history uf llie Amei-Jcan stage oes not record a more enduring auc ess tlian Uiat cclilevDd by "In Old Kentucky" comes to (lie Ma- cstlc for Iwo nights lomor- ow (Friday) anil Fpcclal matinee, 'his famous American play, fresli Us triumphs at the big ostOD theatre, where It played lost successful spring engagement i the historic playhouse In which It cblcved IU New KnglBnd sue' ess inoro than a decade ago, Is now n Its regular lour of the country, 'he very elaborate anij pretentious reduction provided for use In Iho on Theatre, will bo seen here nil the company will be headed by Us5 Jean Selkirk who always charms laygoors with her splendid iiortray- 1 of the brave mountain herofne ol he play, '.Madge Brlcrly'. Seats are on sale at Iheatrc box office. AT STARLAND Wayne Arcy, who plays Ilulelte'B diauffeur-iovcr in "Pols and Pans egcy" now ahoivlug at Starland, had wide ciperienrc on the peaking stage, playing prominent arU in New York productions ol 'avid, Delasco and Charles Ftohman. Arey wag born in Hock Kalle, 111., nd grew up' there. Probably hla rsl appearance was as one of the rave diggers in "Hamlet." The tealre >'fl3 over a (stable. There no Irap-door in llic stage so they ul a hole anil let lilni Eland on a ond ot bay In the barn beneath, leav- ng li 1m exposed from (he walsL up lo LB audience. 11 Is reasonable Iu suppose thai II ould hjLvp, been- a> great success If IB owriert the hay hail not riven away in tho midst" of th cene, carrying 'Aiey wllh him. On Friday and Saturday, ay, who is Always a welcome screen isitcr .In .I.ethlinclEe, wJll appear IB er lalest' Lasky picture. "At First igbt." tbo, I'Sal'MIsS Murray has ver anjieared in. Special coiueiJJes Ih be Ihe .children Sat- nlay afternoon, aa usual. "War asMt Really In pictures t, tUe Orpbeum tonighl. This ure tnily shows what llie different bases of the war really arc, espcc- ally during the campaign of Verdun. get a true idea o[ llie condtllons listing at the theatro of war one must have'either taken part or'. the eil best thing ID have seen thh Icture. And arc. Ihe nllfcs downhearted1 fll go and sec llio cheortul .and ery dlrly faces of these ho were not posing cither. There arc many comic features. In le picture, too, as war lias Us funny eft lures ns well as its grtm Features. Vhca the precautions that arc takeu o that the German prisoners should ot escape, the audience roared wilb aughtcr. One began lo realize under what omlltions Ihe boys at the front were fighting. One could realize just what war really is, and it Is with InceriLy and that the .advice s given "go, and sea (ha picture l[ ou want to see just what is going m now in France.1' AT THE EMPRESS IN MS, ot Buppllcs cciuUably j 1 i all millers through f Washington, Oct. llie milling industry utih flour production drsplte Emullcr wheat rccolpu were au- opllshoienU of Ihe fnocl adminis- tration died In ihf monthly n-Liurt ot Herborl fuoil trantiUiiltec] today to congress. Uitle wheat has bctn cxjvurted to the dUits, Mr. Hoover reported. Imi some rtour baa been furnished Them ami (his country's depleted reserves were re- stored. I Organization of (lie new I grain corporation of Ihe food ad ID in-) Istratlou, wllh all BlocVs owned by iliej federal government also was detalkd 1 Iu the report. Since Its organization. September Uli, been stable and distributed between fourteen zone One-third or the for tlju food administration, Mr. Hoover stat- ed, was drawn from HIP treasury to organize the grain corporation. Standardize Bread Standardization of broad as flic re Bull of Investigations by government erjierts soon will be announced by tbu food, administration. Dctijaintn Jacobs or the department of lure's bureau of chemistry, who lias been making and Ihe coats of Ingredients and labor and other fat tors in Ihe baking Industry, bas submitted bis rejHirL to Food Ad rjilnJalralor Hoover, While oventuaHy the bakers will be brought under a federal licensing sys- tem, there Is no likelihood of such ac- tion by November I, when the licens- ing feature of the food law will Le extended to some lines of Industry. Elemlnate Commissions Elimination of excessive commis- sions to broVers, commission mcrch- and auctioneers of food la pro- vided by special regulations which will go into Qffccl November 1 under the federal licensing system to bo oper- ated by the food administration, Li- .consecs will not Lc permuted lo charge directly or Indirectly more (ban ordinarily and customarily pre- vail during normal conditions In llic particular locality and Irade. Commission men. brokers and auc- tioneers will also be prohibited from selling foods lo Ibemsclves or per- sons contieclec] with Urelr own busi- ness. The regulations, designed to protect the consumer onil llic pro- ducer shipping goods to markets on consignment arc for tho guiilancn flntl supporl of the trade and lo prolccl llic majority ol business men against Ihc few who attempl to lalte advantage ol war conditions. Otlawa, Oct. advisory council for- scientific and Industrial research has npiialntcil two associate coromlUces, cue on mining and meta- lurgy, and the other on chemistry. R. H. Stewart, Vancouver; W. Fleet Robertson, Victoria, and K. II. Hamil- ton, Trail, R. 0.; John T. Stirling. Ed- monton, and 0. B. S. Wlillcside, Cole- man, are all members of the commit- tee on mining, and Dr. Frank Adame, McGIIl University, is chairman. M. A. Parker and Dr. F. J. Blchard, Shadow I.3WQ, President Wilson's iiimmer home, which Js near hong 1 ranch, Is one of the finest, estalea ri the country, and no mora sullable ocatlon forHhe staging of "The Un: aflhful could have been pro- cured. It was the home of the late lohn A. president of Ibe New York Life, Insurance Cornnanyj and II covers ah area of thirty acres, It Includes Acre upon acre of .Tolling owns, a lake, terraced g.irdcns, drives, tennis courts anil golf Itnfci Us gardens conlaUi nearly every known plant and f lower and ore among the moat celebrated In Ihe world. This picture Is being shown at the tonight only. HEAR The Illustrated LECTURE "JOAN OF ARC" BY REV. CHA9- BAKER IN THE BAPTIST CHURCH Friday Evening October 26th At 8.30 Under Auspice> Ladies' Aid Silver Collection 'Half for French Emergency Fund. The Sole Support of His Family Gives His Life for His HE THOUGHT HIS DEAR ONES WOULD 3E AMPLV PROVIDED FOR. ARE THEY! WHEN VNEXPECT1O SICKNESS COMES WHERE ARE THE ADDITIONAL LIVING AND HOUSEHOLD EXPENSES TO COME- 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 THt' PEOPLE OF LETHBRIDGE CAN HELP A LITTLE GET BEHINO THE Whist Drive and Dance GIVEN BV THE Great War Neit-tf-Kin Asseciation In the Veterans Club, On Friday Next, October 26 AT EIOHT O'CLOCK Prove that you are really fond of your own wife and children by doing- your duty to those -who have no bread-winners. They deserve the best. Winnipeg; Dr. Mclnlosh, Vancouver; Dr. It. G. MocLaurln, Ssskaloon. and )r. A. P- Lehmaiin, Kdoionton. arc of llic committee on chem- airy, of ivJiicli Dr. H. F. Hiidan, Jlc- GIH Vnlverslty, 's cllfllrmen. SUPPORTS UNION GOVT. Saskatoon, Oct. Millar, nominated some time ago by (bl Liberals of North Uallleforrt consllj ucncy, will contest (ho seat as supporter of union jjcvornniont. Conservatives withdrew (heir candid ale, and sought lo have Sir Millar r. tfre so that a joint candidate migh rbe selected, bul Ihe Liberal exccu live, acting for Mr. Millar, has refus fid. ran ACTUAL VADFAW- rir AVTHORITV At ORPHEUM Tonight AND BALANCE OF THE WEEK Children Adults 35c LAST TIKIS TONIQHT GLADYS HULETTE IN "POTS PANS PEGGIE" MAX THE 'H.EAR'TBREAKER" bom. FBIDAY AND SATURDAY JESSE L. LA9KY PRESENTS MAE JfUKUAV IN "AT I-'IKSl' SIGHT" A Paramount Picture, picTaf Cornedles for the Children Stiardty Matinee. Good Miulc. Oct PreMnU the Mod Popular American PUy WriHen. A Thrilling Plctureiqui lint Bownrrtlc Story of Lh> IN OLD 'TTlt .Spirited and Enillni ,Hone Rice.. The Fambui' Thoroughbridr Queen Ben The flalllcktnfl Fun of the Plckaninnlei by C. T. DAZEY The ind MOM Ixptmivt Cut the His Ever Had. COMPLETE NEW PRODUCTION KeNTLTCKY' THOROUdHBRED PICKANINNV IBAS9 BAND 110 NIW STUttT PARADE DAILY Evening! Sic, 7k, 11.60, )1.M Mttlnec ZSc; 'tEATS ON SALE NOW _ ANOTHER BIG G TRIUMPH BY WM. FOX, FOBEM08T Robert R Mantell and Generieve Hamper in 1 RC 'he enllthttnme'nt of ftttiitl diy tvMifh the art of the GrtJUtt Living Exponent mi Liiol :-T --'t.'t-i V ;