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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALB MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1915 C. C. Pagnuelo Wine Spirit Co. Unreserved Auction Sale of the largest and best assorted stock of Wines and Spirits in Southern Alberta, begins today at 5 o'clock and will continue daily from 5 to 8 o'clock until entire stock is sold. TERMS: CASH at fall of hammer. Goods delivered to all parts of the City free of Cost. FRANK WADDINGTON, Auctioneer BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS MEATS AT DELANY'S Train Crashed Into Bus, Children Killed DENIES THE REPORT OF KITCHENER'S ENGAGEMENT Dec. was officially announced tonight by tlie private sec- retary to Earl Kitchener, British see- 3-etary war, that the report of the engagement, of; Earl Kitchener to the Dowager Countess of Minto was-..un-; true. The announcement "The report is absolutely untrue ftod without any foundation." TO.'RESTORE BELGIUM Chicago, Dec. J. Hill, tead of the Great Northern, in asso- ciation with other prominent United States financiers, is believed to be considering a plan for the restoration of Belgium's finances and industries following the war. This report gained credence yesterday, following the ar- rival here of a partv of .distinguished Belgians, representing the Belgian government, alter passed some time: in St. Paul in conference tlie railroad chiei. FRENCH STEAMER WRECKED Paris, Dec. Haras dispatch from Athens .under yesterday's date says news has been, received thera that a French liner on the way to Marseilles has been, wrecked and that 3fa3ame Jean Guillemin, wife of the French minister at Athens, who was a'passenger, wai saved. The'name of the liner was not inentio'ned in tii'e dispatch. She possibly was the ves- sel Djurgura, which was sunk in a collision with the Empress of Eng- land near Malta. KELLY WILL DIE Toronto, Dee Thomas Kelly, it is believed here today, is dy- ing at. a local hospital as the result pi' being gassed while at Ypres. PIONEERS IN CAMP London, Dec. Second Can- adian Pioneers have arrived and have gone-into camp. The first Pioneers are now in camp. BEFORE BUYING YOIJK Christmas Turkey Goose. Duck or Chicken t Call and see our choice selection for sale at rock-bottom prices We Have a Choice Selection of Xmas Meats Smith McKay PUBLIC: MARKET PHONE 1060 Berthold, TsT, D., Dec. school children, all boys, and John Ahern, driver, aged 27i were killed outright and another hoy was fatally; injured when the Great Northern pass- enger train No. 2, 'crashed into the' bus ill which they were returning to their homes from school yesterday, j Dead: John Ahern, 27; 14, and Pearl, 10, son aad daughter of Robert Miller; Rohert, 10, and 8, sons of 0. A. Hagen. Lijured: William Arnold, 11-year-1, old son of Harry Arnold, who was found on the pilot of the engine, bis. leg and collar bone broken, and he was injured internally. Little hops is given for his recovery. j The'accident occurred at a cross-' itig in the west part of the town, the driver, not seeing the approaching train, which goes through Berthold at a high rate of speed, unti'j toojate. A freight train had pulled from the j track for No. and the smoke from I its engine obscured the view of the. passenger, which was but a few rods" Groceries for Xmas. Everything for the Christmas Dinner Fruits, Nuts, Peels, Currants, Raisins, Jap Oranges, Shredded Cocoanut, Icing Sugar, Christ- mas Stockings. COSAQUES For Fun After. Dinner Stock is fresh for the Christmas Trade E. L. Jarvis PHONE 1883 i 527 8th Street South. tor Fields of the murder and for him to come at; once. Upon the arrival By way ol settling the dispute be- tween the city and the C.P.R. over the cost of tearing up and relaying the street car tracks at the 13th St. subway, the city this morning order- ed, that oi a 53000 cheque for. taxes paid by the C.P-.R. be applied oh account of the bill held by the city against the company, this being the'amount the city claims is owing them. .This summary method of dis- posing oi the dispute was agreed up- on' unanimously by the three commis- sioners and the next move is up to the railway corporation. matter settled this .morn- a bill for SISi received from Rj'A. Smith, being costs levied against the city in the Perry and Reid pool hall case: City Solicitor Ball ordered that the bill be paid. Protests Rental A communication irora Brig.-Oen. E; ;A, Cruikshanks, 0. C. Military District 13, Galgary, protesting the officers, being greatly interested, i sent a messenger to bring one of the French engineers, to whom tire desire. of the Turkish oflicers was explained. The Frenchman saw 'he might have an opportunity of destroying the j submarine, and.left a note for bis comrade prisoners, saying what he would do if he bad a chance, bidding them -scod-bye ahd writing "Vive, la Patrie" at" the end of the note. While on board the submarine the Frenchman managed to set the ma- chinery going before it was noticed what he was doing. The submarine sped away from the shore and was seen at some distance from'the spot, where it had been on exhibition, and then was observed to sink. The number of Turkish officers stat- ed to be" on" board the lost vessel is six. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE. BROMO QUININE Tablets, Druggists refund money it' it falls to cure. E. W. GTIOVK'S signa- ture is on each box. be held on Sunday although this has "not been definitely determined Startling Evidence inPeaceRiver and the story which he told to the jhat jt was the understanding of officers was borne out by that told tjje raiijtary authorities. at the'time hy the girl in the trial today. Henderson Park- was chosen as a training ground that the city would ROBBERS RAID FREIGHT TRAIN furnish water free or cost, pointing Topeka, Kan., Dec. men j put aiso that this was being done in p :ate. tonight entered -a car carrying: Otiler cities where troops were in -1 race horses on a training. The matter wiH come up. and Pacific freight train near. Bonner Springs, Kan., robbed the caretaker Peace River, Alberta, Dec. 18. tnen him, inflicting: danger- The preliminary hearing of Henry Ous wounds. The robbers were rap- Joseph Hilkcr, held for the murder tured by the train crew, anil were of Gilbert Whitford at Island Lake, taken to jail at Lawrence. ,on December 12, began this morning; at the barracks before Justice Me- PEACE CONGRESS IS POSTPONED Leod, Some startling disclosures were. Geneva> vla Paris, Bee.. peace congress at Berne hag been made by the witnesses who have been for final decision in a few 'days. examined so far, chief among them postpdned until spring, only hall of being, the introduction into the case ,h dele les beln able attend. of Alary Ward, a comely native girl, _F ,ha5 lo Bend represent- evidently about twenty years of age, tj" Tells of Daring Feat of Officer of a French Sub with whom both the murdered man and Hilker were in love. It appears that about two weeks before the tragedy Whitford persuaded the girl to accompany him. to the priest to be married, but foi some reason so far the ceremony was de- laved and they returned to her moth- er's home. The nest day she accom- panied Hilker to the cabin where he .lived with his r.maining there until the day after the murder. Whitford is said to have come to the' cabin on Sunday evening in an appar- ently intoxicated state and a Quarrel ensued, during which HUker stabbed the dead man several times and shot him once, the gunshot wound proving fatal. The morning after the: tragedy the prisoner took the girl -to her mother's home and came on to Van- rena. where he himself wired Inapec- Try a Brick of our Special Fruit Ice Cream For Your Xmas Dinner Phone for different Varieties Crystal Dairy Co. 13th St. South, Lethbrldge, PHONS 1576. New York, Dec. .cahlc to the New Yorn Tinies from London says A ues.iaWi to the Daily Chronicle irom Kalonikl follows A! story of an extraordinary ex- ploit by a member of 'the crew of' a. captured French snhmarine reaches me 'through what I' believe to he a trustworthy channel from Constan- tiilople. I Some little lime ago the French submarine Turquoise, as already offi- cially announced, got into difficulties iii1 the Sea of Marmora and was un- able to avoid capture, her btew heing taken prisoners, flip, submarine -was placed on.exhibition at.. Constantin- ople and visited by a number' of merar bers of the Turkish General sc- cpnipanled by some Turkish engineers. The latter were askeil to explain the working of the vessel to the officers, but their experience was insufficient, j and they were unable to do so. Then) Musical Instruments Make Ideal Christmas Gifts Buy Yourself or Your Family an Edison! Have you heard Edison's New Instniment which Re-Creates Music! NEW EWSON DIAMOND DISC No needles to Records. The >ondiirfiil Diamond Stylue brings out those delicate over- tones and fine shades of sound which characterizes-the original. It does away with the bothersome.process of changing Record wear has been reduced to a minimum. If you intend to have a phonograph for Christmas you-should by allmeans hear the New Edison now. If you are a lover of real music you will bt delighted with its absolute fidelity to the orig- inal, especially if you; are' rt'uistlsfted with the familiar, mechanical standards of sound reproduction, Come to our ttore and hear this machine, no matter If you do. not intend tc buy right now. Get our catalogue with Always a large stock of new and popular records on hand. We have ninny other smaller as welj, such at. Violin Outfits, from S4.0H to Accordeone from to Mouth Organs of every description, 10c up and many' other small lines. A new.siesk.-ef Popular-Sheet music aorfrFoMos have also ar- rived for Christmas. THIE KENNY ALL1N CO., Ltd. PHONE H87 THE DRUG-BOOK STORE NEXT DALLAS HOTEL I ;