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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta s.vLTmuv, ocronuu ari. 1019 THE K HAILY Plan lo -Make it Permanent is Helnjf Perfected at Con- ference ATLANTIC CITY. S.J.. OH, WrX of perfefl'iiR a v'-'n for [hi; per- Inismc's iiu-ii, In ui-i-urjant-t? ivilJi the irrtJ'j ron To re tire m ltd duiinK eQuluii las; nip.lil, v.as Icfjuu tuJay by a spc- c-cinimitlce uf 10 iwu rrojii (ireat Mrulii. Franco. Italy. lirkinni anj the I'nlu-iL Slates. Thin ct-imniUre is cxiK-ciott to coii.plrto iitaii within n inoiitJi anil I hen i so til ii lives of i> as ihr ruuiiiilituc may unanimously (Ifieiniioc invEto rill bi! iisked to uttr-nJ ;i lueet- at v.'lrcb thu jilan will IIQ (or adoption in Us HUB I form. Mem- bership Is limiLccJ to llm-e nuunLrie in Ipa-uo of rufloDf. A nummary of iho leiinirenionta of France, IH'lnluin and Italy Iht; forthcoming year shows that they will noeil lo inako nearly' 'L' (omnioilily purchaser In oilier CUULI- i rips, If ]OIIE term rrerllls can be nr- ranged anil (lie exchange no'.v Bud form tue Hosa Spang Koui.- iltillyn. This will, which loft an an- nual iQctyue of Jlfl.OOu lo her was executed by Kpanfi just 31 lioura before she ealJ Sraator Mt.'Tho will contained proris- lie F.SKJ. lba' If thtio aho-iM bb cu> legal bitch in tin touuclftllun. Iho wpa ic lell to tbo three OFF, who vrtra HHke-A to that the win her (.-tiite Iu her lUushler, had bei-n exe- cuted by B-ians, February 21. UUSJ. anJ lhal she bad lorn uy this v.-JI in the preseLrc! of Mr. ih.iin. May a liitlo more 1' an a month botore her ileatb. In this will, lio she hail appointed Senator I'harles Lorkwoocl as eiuculor. lit llio "IU. IIO.OOC' was loll tn Mr. koiid iii cons Miration ol legal Mr. nrackeU Ic, bis affidavit. aUo declared lhat Mrs. Crone, aficr travel- inn 5000 mile? to seo lit-r dying inoih- rr, wsf aijuilptlon to inc'ber'B rooms at the on Ilia Bame (lay Lho will uoqueallilnK the esUTC to the Uosa Snang tlcn wns executed. HP did not say wlici ha-l rcfiiFccl her cdrn'sslou- lle declared that Mrs. Siiane had never iftXm any interest hi welfare work find that-her decision a IBW hovirJ- hcforo her death to create fuut-daxioti for llio imrpcEu of laakinc after chilJrtn inconiprpt sihTc to lilni ami to Cro'ie. her dauRlucr. Mr. Tafi did nol directly deny of the ;tUc-gations" tnade by Mr Hraekeil. bill guvo at a rea- j FOU for Mrs. m-iuui off her daughter wiib a year. s-hc dn.sircs only a conllnutil supply in' nuilcriula JIL the natm) va y and Mint, men confidoncc In ttm llrilish IU.S4 moil ilmi Ihoy liavc hitherto Joytd ai.. income; of a year. Case a Delicate One SurroRalc Fowler, after exiircEPiiiE higli record for the counsel ami Ihc three men, all ot whom lie siiid ho kneiv personally, rcmurkcd thn.'. llic eaFO was "a one" and trm the usual I'rortilurc was to iijulral tir djflniereHtcd narly, siii'h as reiMiiahle trns-.l cnninauy, jis Icm- adminIjlmtcr. For the preK- cnl, hu iiiiticmiiu'ti. Ho %yonld re c-rvr- anil onlr-rcd the atlorr.eys lo submit Mic-ir MR. Al.lEDtC CARCCAU "I fur many years a lemllr. Jiictx'v Rbtiirr.tjti'.ri. In 1913, I was hid up for four im.nil-i ivilli in the joinl-; nf llie knee.-, liipj pod shoulders au.l wii jirerrnled from following my ,I IrjoJ many naa vudcT Ihc rare of A physician; but did me guoj, Tlu-a I to lukc atnl in a wetk caiirr, ami Ju ncets I iris so well I weal to ivnik I look, upon this mill mi-dicing 'i-'niil-Q-iii'fj', fu simply niin'cJlo'JJ in the turt Rheumatism, and adviic everyone wiili lll.iM- to givc'l" mil-a-lives' a inr.l.11 AMKBKi; GAKCEAf- oCc. a bos, C for Irial _M all dr.ili'r.i or pojtpr.id by I-Vnit-a-livej LiniiicJ, OU.-.TT.T, Ont. Prince Albert a Captain m It. A. Henry Athletic LOOK FOH MURDER CLUES IN BRANDON Alleges Moihci- was Subjected to Undue Influences When She Left Money to Charity XBtt" influence on 1 Itifl narl of George W. j Colonel Michael Crledsani nnrl !lr. I llpury Chapln in gelling her! nuHlicr lo leave for the for- mation of Ihc Hosa Spang louiidnlioi: for Ilia rolltf of poverty at.d Biuong small children, ivas alleged yesterday by Mrs. Mnbel Spang Crqnc, wlio through her aKornoy, foriner Senator 'DracVett of Earntoga, oppos- rd a motion hrou-nt, Tieforo Surrosatt Kowlcr Henry IV. to have Mr. Colonel Fr.'eilaani I T. ChapILI appointed as IcmporJry D! her moDier's estate. .Mrs. Crone, vho' was llic only ('ntigliter of Mrs. ILose B. .SpaiiE. lirss In Copenhagen, DaLmarfc. Mnr inolhcr, r ho was Ihc p.'ifc ol Charles M. Spanp. ;i JNtLshnrg slcel nianiifacturer, rilnd in her In Ihc Wnltlorf-As- loria last June 22. and In licr ex- ecuted ITTO days before she s-h': left'JI.ODO.OOQ of her eatiitc for cicalioii of a Iloaa Spanrj foundntio- nntl named Jlr. Colonfl KrledeaiD and Dr. Chaplu as Iho ex- seniors with [ho priTlleRe of appoint- ing other directors. Brackett (n oppoefiiK tho motion 01 Taft 1o have lIis thicc nit-'n named lij- EjvinK apiiofntc-1 Leniporary admlnis- iralors, Mr. HrnckeU declared lhat at the Mmc or her dcnlh Mra. Spanf Tias 7G years old ami had (jcon suffer- hit ycara from an incurable ?oy. lie said Hut while Colonel tam liad liuowrj her for j'aars he seen ?o: revcn nr jr.in I before lier until near the it Look place. Ho admillod Also lhat. Chspln's acftmlntancc with Mrs. I was ot many year's standing. hul cB'Jcrtcrl thai he had not seen i much of her unlil he liccnn to glvo her] medical Lrcalment, .soon before she j flied. Mr. he declared, ViT.nvn her onb- since last Marcb. iTlioso Hires men, according lo Mr. tliat up to wilhin n luonlli ht-.for.'r her death. Mr.i. inlcndcd leaving her to her I shier In sjillc of Ihls. he tier lav-1 Mr. WickcrcliRm had drnivn up a1 v.-ill two days before sho died. In p.'hfch Colonr.1 Krlctlaam nnd Dr. I Che phi were imncil jn; executors and tli.-vclrd lo Inkc 41.0M.OOO of the cs- HOY IN TUX, FIRES AT ENGINE, KILLS A CONDUCTOR ORANGE, N. J., Oct- me hit that said Curtis Brace, >2 years old, ?s lie stood in an attic How bi hie home, a .22 calibre rifle In hlc hand. He fired. Peter Cramer, conductor of Ihe patElng tram, who was titling in the cab, fell with n menial wound in his head. The boy reamed about Cramer's death'at a.moving picture show, told hii father and the latter in- formed the police. Today the boy was taken from school to the police itation- Ovt. ihc He murder inj'slery iniplii uc hy a combing of the llran- doii UHtlcrworhl t eel Ion. local polkc orticcr.i out a net ciurt iirresleil Iwo luc-n and two women, well knciWn iu Ihe Win n I net; police. tictrclivps cxaininni] tticin carctnlly as r-j ilioir Moveint.-nls sincu Frirtay. Thu iiolict out no information. I All of the prisonera were fined beaViiV ion ;i charge til vagrancy and cornrniv led lo jail for three mouths. CAMBRIDGE, Eiig.-Princes Albert end Honry, jecond thirj ton.', of KLMJS tlcorgo hive Ic-inijorariiy laid asitio uujronn.i aud vent Into roslil- hfcro dunning raj> atid gov-'n as rjrdinni v "frtshmen" at Trinity Col-, Thc-ir felloe" underKtaduatct atu-} (ILuii'ily avoideJ liking anil j allhoupli sever.'! 1 wcclc-eml t pirtlrs ToruieJ la visit tlic rlv- al utilvcrEily of Oxford, iu onler to imlulgc- in s of iiriile m Iho j of two royal OiCord hail the .emilc ovor t'am-1 bridge a few whrn the of in residenre 1 Ihpro, tiui lus the luiiKpr j ]H: uf recent roya.1 i Kin? CJrorec. himsf-K, not go to cilhiir 'varsity, bul the bl'i Kinp Kdu-ard and his father, the Prince) as as Hie latt DuJiC o[ t.'Jarein e, v.-t-ro all Triniiy The two iirliicos "ill follo-.v tlie] ryjiomftrj- university course. bm. I rnntP Altert will work en 1 a, inakiKg a iiarikular .study oTJ history economics, and Krenrh. i lie- ih a in (ho 11 ova i Air Fnn'c. nnd is [hii-tk-ularly jirouJ of iiiloL'ri "wEnga." Hi- has an aero- plane ot liia ovu. will jirohably 3'ir-nl moit o( his sji.irc time flying iron the. ucfRhborinK utrailrome- 1'riin't Henry, 5 quieter youngster, iti piro) al athletics, bcilili; vny kcon in vci u iiiUL-o merits in eillicr 1 rollcpe Ihc mclipt tlcven "or ihc football team. He performed fairly well ni alntetics at Eion, and has jusl -through llic Hoyal Military rolled, liiivjns n a. in ilic KinR'a Itnyiil Ilifle Corjis. brstl'.crn will lodge; tonithor in piinnK'lerlslIt unilcr-firudujics' wiili' one of Hit royal ai-le-i sccrclflrv. Co me and See It This is the time to plan your vacation A trip lo Ihe 1'aeifc Orcfoa, Washing- ton ond Urilisli t'ulumliiu will enable you 1o realize what a wonderful country lies to the vour very doorj. TLe Pacific Northwest oftcrs a compltlc thauge from your prairie home to ihc majestic mountains, immense, forests, eiiclianting lakes, inland rugccd coast line, fertile, valleys, apple, peach and plum orchards, and a temperate winter climate. Come and see this lovely land with its evergreen golf links, fifteen thouiand miles of scenic highways, iLs opportunities for all kinds of outdoor sport. THOUSANDS OF WESTERN CANADIANS SPENT) THKIR WIXTERS IN" HHITISII COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON AND OREGON Tfhy not join them this year I You vrill meetlnany old friends. You will renew acquaintances with many old residents of your dislriet who are now permanently located in the Pacific Norlhwesl, who have renewed Iheii hcnllh and their youth because of its invigorat- ing ami equahlo climate nncl the ozone that comes from tlie mounlaius, forcsU and sea. Tit lad iniDl ralt LooUcL lo HerLfrrl Cotb- Ifrrl. UvtculiTe Spcre- [-.cUJc TourM Aliocladon, nmlalBlfitd br Qor- ffnuuefll rnBAt, I_ C. Illdf., l-raltlc, U'uli SIO'J.CCO golil ilust aboard, tlie pow-i" scliooner arrived in Seattle Iron] Kutktiswtm river iioinU, v Alntka, brlnsins'thai tlistrirl aeaF.oii.': clean-up or placer diggings. In rnughlv weather the Ozmo losi hocinis. o O v 'PRINCE WILL KICK OFF C-- .I-ii-r- KiNGSTO.V.-.Ont. Oct,