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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FrUiay, December T JTE LE T ITU R11) G1! I) AIL T it 13 R A L RECOVERING BODY OF JAMfc FLETCHER ;WHO LOST HIS LIFE AT BAS8ANO Calgiu-y, first slghl thu body of Iho uiiforluniile diver, Fletcher, who lost his lift! months ago :it ..Ufa irrigation dai nour Bansano, wag obtained on -Mo; and over since-the'workmen been endeavoring ,to clear away tli mud and other obstructions surrouni ing it, uiiil bring it 'to tlie Biirfno Tho body lies near the wbev Kleteher made bis fatal descent. Headers will'remember'thci olreun EtanceB regtmUng. tho untimely deal of lha diver. Ho donned MB dlvln, suit at the'big O; I1. It. irrigation dan and started down the ladder into th 'water to repair spine damage infllctei to tho diun. IIo uab down sonic time 'mid than those at .tlie top felt the.sig nnl pull on the ropp indicating that.he was to be hauled to tho surface. rThc men attempted to .briny: Fletcher uji but tho suction of the water' aV the depth where 11 etcher Mrs stani held him fast and'it .'was found tin posfiible to move him in his dfi suit. Although wis done [o save ,the mnn, k wap found possible to raise him. HAUL .PASCHA LOST ..LIFE IN ENGAGEMENT WITH GREEK FLEET 'Athens, Dec.. Halil 'Pasha, -formerly minister of inarine in the' .Turkish cabinet, was killed in lliorftaval. engjigemimt be- tween the Greeks and Turks off the Dardanelles, on 16. This is tiic 1'eport received from a (Ircck tain who 1ms just arrived from the Dardanelles and made public through u scmi-ollicial news agency. Adti.'iral Ilalih Pasha was on board flagship' Kycliora-Ed-Din-Har'-I3a- Tossa, which, according to the same authority was very seriously dam- aged. Four other officers also aboard the ship were killed and a large number of sailors were killed, or wounded. Three of the. other Turkish ships in vcre damage. The flagship Barba-' rossa was pierced by shells on both port and .starboard sides. Fire broke out but was controlled. 'It was necessary to use the col- lision mats to prevent this ship from sinking. "The Qrook captain asserted also that three Turkish destroyers were hit during tho fight. Express the Christmas Spirit in proportion to their appropriateness. FURNITURE lifelong in its roll of friendships token, is the gift par excellence GREAT ST The Newest, HOLIDAY GOODS at the very best prices 2O per cent Discount for Gash off everything in our Store from now until December 24th.' That's our Christmas Story More could not be said if we wrote pages. The Store is open, come fj-lobe-Wernick "Elastic" hook cases English finishes. Top, base, 8y2, 10% are In Fumed, Golden or Early; and Complete .this for 20 percent Off _ DISCOUNT FOK CASH; OFF. THING Carpets. Linoleums Curtains Scrims Beds Just the thing for her. china. We arc showing a fine assort- ment of these in different "Din- ing Boom finishes.; to per cent Off 20% DISCOUNT FOR CASH OFF .EVERY- THING Brass Goods Art Pottery Baby Carriages .Sleighs Morris Chairs.. Conches. .Music Cabinets dive her si nice Secretary this Christinas. Our stock is large and comprises Golden Fumed and Early English finishes; Prices (o HIS FAMILY WILL HAVE AFTER DEBTS ARE Ottawa, Dec. will of the Jatc Sir Richard Cartwrighl who.! died in Kingston in-September was j entered ,for probate at the court house iu Ottawa today. ;The total estate is valued at 892.90, ijnfc out, of this, debts amount ing to will bo taken. This leaves liia widow, three daughters and six sons with less than JSO.Oflii to share between them. 20 percent Off re Open Saturda oedsiy and Tuesday .Evenings till The Store They All Talk About The Store They All Talk About 709 3rd Ave. S- Ifit lo tlie disposal of Ms two sens, [or olk'rwise. No mention I lticlmn1 (-'omrny Cartwrisht anil the will of the prourcils points J IWibs-cirUvright "of 01- is W jirovisions and other lunisfholi! el- j taiva, who ate lo sell tho real cs- I h tl salt, fuels, in'.addition to'a leiraey, to he itnte iogcllicr. or in parcels, hy public paid tu her by the executors. or private eontract with '''he tlilh iiuoniational eorn All the rest, of his estate and power lo.make any stipulations as Hon will lie belli at Columbus leers, both real and personal, were lo the title or evilleuce oi Ihc title, next month. is made of Sir as ALL UP TO THE SO1H NOVV Dunvc-r, Ilye. 'wiils man." Tile second leaves him but Sii.OO. Both wills were by Thompson yesterday anil placed in have !iecn prriK.vcd by Alonso Tiiniiip. i of bis nttoniey. ontogoimnun Kliir-j 11' Thompson's conduct meets Hualist, of Denver. In UlB first will: with Ills'father's approval bofcTc the liis Jr.. is'to be given the j will becomes effective, the olrl man entire fortune if he can "brace up ami i himself will tear nji the second will. If he should die before the chance conduct has come about the lawyer is to determine which shall be probated. Thompson a short time ago declared that his wife and son were attempting tn send him to an insane asylum in or- der tn obtain the estate. Later, Mrs. Thompson filed petition for divorce alleging non support Sbe was grant- ed her petition, and J125.QOO. alimony] i NO PAPERS ON CHRISTMAS London, Dec. year, for tlie first time, no newspaper, either morn- ing or evening, will be published Jiere on Christmas Day. We Have the Largest and Choicest stock of Fresh ultry to choose from in the Ci-v J ;