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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13. 11117. THE. LETirnmofiR DAH..Y HERALD f'AOK SKVKN Halifax Dec ottlclsl In- pert assessor. Counsel lulbo cas3 arc: necessary precautions were taken ship came to Halifax to receive orders olage Commission. Joseph P. Xolau, St. Patrick's BAZAAR On Dec. 14th and 15th FRIDAY'S of bazaar at 2 p.m. Judge Jack- son presiding. Afternoon ten wilt be served. Sale of plain and faWcy articles and home cooking. Evenings, 7.30 p.m. free. Musical by St. Patrick's choir.- SATURDAY'S of articles on exhibition, games amusements. Supper served from 5.30 to 8 p.m.. Place of Bazaar, .corner 1st Ave. and 8th Street. Everyone Cordially Invited. When the Inquiry opened only tho E0ij0r. liquor was on tho iKCLiibors tho commission, counsel; jiont Blanc at it had been forbidden and a few newspaper men French government. Tlie morn- woro present, tho general public of the C0ujsiou was quite clear, parciitly too busj- rebuilding y at-l uy to Ucdfonl Utisin. they loud the session. sifted tlio lino at 8.3Q. He AL tho outset Mr. Henry ashed the1 just passed a war vessel on Iho east- exclusion from the court ot all wit- crn airlc alout one InmdreJ feet tils- nesses oxceiil Pilot Alackay. aud Cap- tjuit. Tliny liieu 12') 'ott from tain Lamuclcc, of Blanc and the DarEinuulh -shore. The' Inio Alex. Jolinson, the .steward of tho heading to sea on the west side Imtj Imo. tho i.rlncipal witnesses. was taking it direction 'across his Mr. Uurehell suggested that eouusel Tlie Ftarboard side of the lino ho appointed to represent PHoi was visible to tliem. Sho two It was a question of deciding which points on his port how. Ho gave one of the pilots 4iail blundered. short hlabt on his whistle to indicate I The JurlgR naked Mr. BuiThelf him-'lip seen the Imo and to show tlio eeif to act oil bulialf-of the dead pilot. MOM JJlauc ivas going to the First h was near the shore, and he had to be i Caplaln Lamodee'ivas the-first careful about KO'HK ton -far torthej PROFESSIONAL CARDS VIAVI HOME KKMEDY KOI! women's diseases nervous orders. Ruccessful (or 25 Lit- erature on request. Mrs. O. Thonraa, raoia Xo, 0, Dominion Ulock, Ltth- bridge, ylione 171-0 __________GU N S M1TH S GUNS C K SSi US -Gun j barrels Blraigiitc-ned, gmu restock- KED1CAL DTtTwr STO'AL ii fiAfTll rllYfSlCTAS Accoacher. Hours 2 3; S p.m. Offico 914 Third Avenaa I'iione 125J. Xiglit and house U50. biis. son-Oftico. Wi Sherlock litock Tc'li'uhuni's: Offico 313; Uesidenci ftl'i. Oiti.-e hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.10 to 3.30; 7 to S p.m. Jlotorcyclo Agent, 1'liouu 1032, 412 4lh Avc. S. _ ____ PIANO TUNINGj _ II. Cilll'l'S. EXPERT Playcr-I'lwo anil Organ Repairer; years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Aisa.. London, England, lleferonces to Iho leading music-iana of the city. Fhona lies liiS 6th Ave. A. South. JiAKE EVERY BALLOT A BULLET I'OK ness calleiJ. I right. Mont lllanc's engines j Examined by Mr. Henry, lie ordered to BO alow. The lino replied the Munt Illano was loaded at Graves- by tvro short blasts. He thought Ihu 'end Bay, N. Y., with a.cargo of T. 'Imo changed -her course, though it -N. giincotton and dry picric acid was difficult to.determine this, as she and a of benzol for the waa against the land. French government. He described the Captain Lumodec said at this point j distribution of the explosives tiri Ihe he was feoiug to starboard (ho'The Imo gave two blasts when He did not know any other English hold and said the T. NT. T. was Eepar- Imo to port. Ho noticed that the Imo Hie were about J50 leet apart, [ami iours l-o and 7-9. Telephoae and niaht nvi. 2M-u DENTAL BUILDERS' SUPPLIES_____ BUIbDUVIG SlTPPLI E MENT, lime, plaster, roofing, plato. and window glass, autoinoblie wind- Ehleliis.l The Western Supply ft Equipment Co., Street Ksutli. Phone 1041, Dos 108-0 LUNCH COUNTER IKK ALnERfA'LUKCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifih St. S. The only white cooks in town. Also tobacconist and barber, shon. Addiuon Butts, Props. Telephone 1S27. 1G9-0 DR. li: J. GRAB- ;uate of-P.oyal College of Ilental Sur- gp'ous Toronto and.hol'J'-'r of a.Dom- Icloii .Denial Certificate. Offico: rooms. 5-G Bryan Block. Phone 10T1. UH. L. T. (Suc- cessor to Crs. Courtice Graduate of University of Mai-yland. Rooms S-9 Macdonald Block.-phoiio 11C5. LclhbrMgc. Alia. HS. MARKS DENT- lets. Success-Qia to Dra. Stewart ant! ilcClure. Hours 0 to 5. Office: His- lal-otham Block. Phone 374. H. tl. 5T" member ot Royal College ot Sur- eeous. (Eng.) Licentiate liojalCol- lege of Physicians (Londpn) L.D.S., HCO. Hours 3-1Z; 1-5. Office C-S HIg- inbothatn niock. Phone 1616. SHOE-KtPAiRii SHOE HIT tor your shoe' repairs. Work done iromiitly. Orders called for and de- livered." Frank.Miles.: 51V.4th Aye.. South. not have passed at a distance j blowing of the whistles. Tlie coll fifty feel-if no other change took place immediately after th made. Imo signalled she going astern. The witness said this was so.- Tho' Captain Lamodec said the Ixno'wa lino r-.vas-JravcHIng obliquely up the half a mile away when he first harbor. The. -Imo, gave three shortjlier, blasts on her whistle, indicating "I Mr. BurchcH asked the witness. ATA astern at full speesi." jtlie pilot .returned to the bridge be- .aslieil if the Imo stilljtore the ship was abandoned and he! continued forward (housh her engines said nothing of the sort took place. He did not .direct the'ship'into the basin and away from the city. His idea was that the explosion was going .to ialvc place a Kttle distance one way or'the other would not make much difference. Before was aban- svere stopped. The seven and onu- PRIVATE HOSPITALS, i PJTm 0 SPIT Haarlem's Private Hospital- and Maternity. Home. 1224 7ti Arenue South. Phone 745. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTEl'lLY, LEADING PUNBR- al director ,and licensed erabauuer, motor or iiorse driven hearses. Par- lors, opposite Court House. .Office 6G1, residence jfaoaa 7.174 Open day arid night Combining Permanence, Pleasure, Economy, Elegance Such a -gift is'Thos. A. Edison's favorite invention tlie New Edfson Diamond Disc Phonograph. With ordinary care it will outlast you. Dur- ing the years to come it will afford pleasure to all the family for all occasions. Its cost, spread over a period of months, means hut little outlay and Eaves its cost many times by affording recreation; test, comfort, at Yet, what a magnificent possession! useful and sub- stantial, It is the gift of gifts. No other treasure will hold so great and permanent a place in the hearts of your family as Captaiii Lamod'cc' said he saw the Imo profiler was; going astern but she kept ahead. ..Coutd Not It 'When1 he saw a 'collision' was in- 1 astern and put the'JJelm Id eft jpV full so Ihn.t the Imo tfould not strllca Uiu jjalf i holi where the plcr'c acldyvnu, us by j iinow the impact would set It on fire. He wajs not _-; was 1m- mCfliatfiT: Thick' black.smoke poured from Uie thought the ship was -blown up It vras SniposslUTe to jrat out the fire, In order I tiot.ii.-elessly to sacrifice lives nn ord- ered the crew to abandon ship.-Perfect order was maintained. He gave the! get away from.the ship and! make for the. east the rqll they larirtesl and found Calgury, (.Dec. M. C. one man'nilBsincr. to twenty f Costello. >vas officially declared elcct- niinutes elapsed the nxploiton. Mayor for I91S at noon today by which threw1 them all flat on. olerk J: M. fucea. He himself was stunned. Tue official declaration states that The captain said the ship carried, Mayor Costello has n majority of ten ,al recheck of ull tho city clerk ntcity solicitor. The Iii the counci" i' -First choices iacKAY Directors and Practical Embalm ers; office and residence, SOS 3rd Avenue S. Phone 1SQ2. Always never closed. two guns ami some shells. Some .of th0; ;.otes following the fin; deck ready, for use. founts fnr mavnr bv --The Cft-pfein sold 'Hie ships collided 5S" Ulan anslo of-ninety -degreea. of firs't d Cross nanihKKl by-Mr.- Mellish, t c, Caplflin Lamodec said hn .was mobi ed into tbe Frcnoli navy when broke out. He came.into Halifax har-l bor by order of the guard ship. ThiSj first Ume he had ever been] in Halifax. When at'the last moment [his was reversed, if his ship' [had been light, it WpuW throw her' tlaction showed: A. G. Broatch...... SjjS F. R. Freeeo Hb 5. H. Attorns....., R. C. Marshall TC7 Edmonton Council councillor. "The Phonograph with a Soul." N Heretofore it lias been the custom to judge a phonograph by the artists it had, tlie strength of the motor, the size of friends who had them.' But one day, about four years ago, Thos. Edison changed all that when he carae out'of his-lahorntories with the announcement that he had succeeded iii. re-creating music so perfectly that the real could not be told from the rc-crcaiion, To-day people judge a phonograph by its mutual to Edison. 't. We might tell you of the superb mechanism ia trie New Edison; the genuine diamond .point, that never needs changing; the cabinets 'designed by artists of renown; the records that never wear bnt'these are side-lights beside the one great, supretnb fact that it gives you real it has lifted the "talking-machine" from the realm of a.toy to t wonderful musical instrument. others boast of their mechanical features, andprondly claim that their can play Kdisrtti records. Thj (act remains that there is only one Edison Disc Phono grajih capibie of really re-crcaling over hundred critics have admitted this. .You can, if desired, purchase n New Edison with a small cash p.iyment. Can you think of any outlay of few doJ-" larslliat will bring such universal, lasting joy to tbe Call and hear it to-day. WE ARE LICENSED TO SELL THE NEW The Kenny Allin Co., Limited Next to Dallaj. Hotel Phoht The Druj-Book Swrt Edison has withheld his l.nerMMT until January 1st, 1918. Save by buying NOW! I n g, row er head to starboard, hut aa she i declared elected are M. hsdale, J. A 1 ed the reversing mate no difference.! Kinney, C. K. Wilson, S. J. McConpen Asked-Ly Mr, Durchell if 'Uio.Mom H. M. Martin, W. W. Trevy and O Blanc wris carrying- the. red flag or, Hush. nylhlrig to Indicate tbal..tho sliip haili xpioslvcs on hoard. Captain Lnmoilcc- lid a ship Rxcejit whori It was loading handling innnitions. He did uol: now all munilions sliips sailed with' red' flag in peace times. Captain Lamodec said the force f the'collision rilshcrl his ship to- vanl a city Ho did not know ow long the ship was alongside, the D... vharf before Iho explosion because' 4 iiS., today when irmly he itw the Hre he abandon-1 thc'Eo7cr nneit bbo? 1 ihA axin Aftap that iha came uiai inc goveriiincnt lanpr nawcred in the negative. He claimed AT le international navigation rules did 1 ot! the flying'jof 'a red flag ij i 1 O A N CIN G____________ "ATTirBFI holds MISS GLADY ECS at the Y. M. C. A. for bill room classical and fancy dancing for chil dren and adults. Half term com incnces this week. Phone 1G35. J78-0 .SECOND HAND STORE.' WARD HAND Store, 546 Thirteenth St. N.' Furnl lure bought and sold. Itepairs neat Ij- executed. P. A. Kogeri, prop. Tele phone 166-0 'K. T. W. DENTIST; GRADU- .ate North Western. Cental Univers- ity, Chicago. Office phone 785; rca- Idcnco phono 752. Offices: "Union Oank Building. 158-0 _ JlT tl II NE L.S Gradnato Chicago College ot Den- tal Surgery. Offices, Shepherd Biock, opposite Theatro- Phone 78C. Itesldence phono 397. CH1ROVRACTORS HMITH' SMITH and June you are sick snd want to regain health, tako epinal adjustments and get well. Office la-residence, !l03 7lh ATS. S, opposite Model 9.30 (o 6, 7 to 3. Phone 1677. MUSIC MISS A1LEEN M. -Playing and-Theory; supervision ot H. C.1 0. Salmon. One hundred per cent ot pupils entered for the ex- Emlnatlons of tho Koyal Academy ,acil P.oyal College of Music, last year wgre successful. Elndlo.-623 JIRS; W. H. of Harmony and Over ten years" teac-hin.; experience. Studio fuiiy equipped with black; board, keyboard, sjale ladder, motl- ulating board, etc. Studio 122G Ave. A. South. THE NEW ST. LOUIS 2ND HAND Buy and sell clothing. Tak your clotliea there, you car. get tho best prices. St. R., Lelli- bridge. I'lionc 1278. FARM PRODUCE FARMVROUUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES ANI ALFALFA MEAL. fnspeclors at Coaldale, Raymond and Magralh. Tyhelher you, want to bur, or .tell we will mall yiu our Weekly Mar let Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lelhbridoj Phono 777 W J Mgr., Res. Phone M. R. Hazell, Acct, Res. Phana 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER TWELFTH SEASON OF THE LBTH- bridge Conservatory of Music' re-" opens Thursday, August 3flEb. "Piano Theory, Violin. Orchestra and Band- Instruments; Mandolin, Banjo, Uku- lelc. Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Guitar. Singing. Elocution. Certified teach- ers. Jlodern methoiis. hlany free ad- vantages. Phone 755. 131-0 VAN' "BiSHpPTTBACIIEH OF, V1O- LiN. Sludlel at Mew England Con- servatory of Mnsic under Eugena Gru'enherg. Leiion Sl.OD. Studio 418 Sth'St South. Phone 1035J 253-6 II. B. McELVEA. ASSOC.-A: 1. B- Electrical Engineer and Contractor makes a specialty of wiring countr} .homes and In'slalHng lighting plants 'consultations on all Wnds ot elee trical wort, 1201 1th Ave. S. Phom Ihe ship After that the thick black (roni him. He winteil to r'----- 8'P' commission would investigate -condi- tions JirSt. Paul and Minneapolis that leil to the call for a general walkout. 1 V'hl V, II lcu to lne tau Ior a it mitcer oy llio. Tnclr nim (llEy hart becn to get I jilm to ladder. governmental Investigation and the parsed .tlio war now9 was regarded as virtually mean- .and btfore ,ie saw Ihe: ing intervention. arm and led -Asked.lf he hai iel ho went aro: mo, Captain Lamodcc said he had. He j'" ncporis" I'mlkafelf "tUat a nnmbcr lid know the locality and had of men olieycd the call for YlslteiHt, as ho had been corapellcil toi., Blvike'at ten a.m. was con- place himself under protection of i less than the 80 per cent, ho police-for safety's sake. l.labor leaders last night predicted Mr. Btirchell nskedUhe witness if he, would go Dallroad officials said understood what blasle from' It waSidpubtful whether more than a Iho Imo' meant Captain Lamottec handful wowld respond to the cttll, I ha (houstit Iho Imo was signally Car aertlQO was nimost normal, offfc as .ho had signalled hts lala stated, course'flfsl, he had no r.'gbl to change it except In case of collision. The pilot, blew the first two short He himself gave the two "I nra going to the The pilot did net know French, bnt the r.eaptaln knew that the word meant. "Io the thdilgh to arold confusion It was no loafer hicloded In Trench navlcatlon. WE SAVt YOU MONEY! JON FOP tOL'SSELF TAMILY HENNESEYiWILSQN NORTH LETHBRIDGE. Calgary, Dec, United Par mers of Alberta executive, In session In this city, has planned a "create hog prodtttllon" campaign which wil embrace province, which will be attended by drcul.irs It sued by -the central office and' .b. speeches online by otfirir 1883. 216-1 AUCTIONEER ________ FAIljr BAI.B AND Live Stock Auctioneer. Kales con dueled anywhere in tho Province Terms reasonable. Wrilo or phon 1023. Head ottico at Wilson's Auc lion Galleries, Blenner-IIsssel Block, Lethbrldgo, Alta. DECORATING EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE 8th St. South, Lethhrldgl Day .ana evening school, jliorthnnd, TypevyrUlug, Bookkeeplot and all-Commercial Subjects, Office Phone 1J15 Residence Phone or Principal 1S31. White (or Full Information, EYES TESTED SIGHTSPECIALIST Difficult Case; a Specialty _ TUB DEC orators, Papcrhanpers and Painters Kalsorolning, General Decoratln and Sign Writtns. Estimalcs given Tho oldest established painters I Lethbrldgo. Res. Photie H72; office phone 1762, Sherlock Bldj., brldiO, Alta, -P.-O. MB. HENDERSON, REIO AMD PATERSON Chartered Acceuntanta Auditt, Invjltlaatlonl, Etc. SPECIALTIES Lumber, hlnlnj, Rcull Accounting, Building, Third Avt, CLEANING AND DYEING THE --IH French Dry C leaning. Onr nrocess eliminates danger of injury to'gar- merits. Only the nrork turned put. No Immediate .alentloh'la given to'country orders. S2 KINDS OF TRIOAU.WORK. WX. McKenzlfi Co.' in'- trt. ;