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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE CP11Y CLEARING AT MY Calgary. Dec. ments are made for the es-' tabllihmenl of a casualty clearing depot In Calgary. Military author- It lee are endeavoring to find a, place In which the men returning fro'm overseas can housed during the time that their papers, medical and otherwise, are being fixed up. Instructress received by local military headquarters to the effect'that the-wark of the equally clearing depots at Hall- fax, St John arid Quebec is to be decentralized and doubt thut Ihe authorities haU mado[ a mistake And Johanson wiU likely bu repeated at, once. That the court may adjourn for two or three weeks was intimated by Mr. Hurt-hell, who said that Johanson, ;i material not be physi- cally flE to go on tho stand before (bat time. The first witness this morning was Alphonse Serrg, helmsman of tbe Mont Slant', a portion of whose testimony was taken yesterday. He told Captain AMI ON LIFE hysteria existed lii this city as a re- Demurs [bat after Ihe collision tbo iult of the disaster ot December 6. was crew of th's ship in the boats shouted Mated this .moraine by I. J. to all within earshot to so away, tbat K.U., for the owners o? tbe there vras- danger. Rome questioning steamer lino, before tba court of In-ion technical points concluded his cyl- qulry Into Mont EUanc-lmo colll-1 dence. slon, Mr. Burchell TTM discussing tho Xt. this stage'31 r. Bureltell staled cue of JofauBon, helmsman tbat lie had asked Mr. Henry, counsel of Imo, who hid been arrested by for Ihe IJomlt.ion government, to the military authorities as a suspect, call Captain Lamodec, master of the The itory had abroad, Mr. I Mont Diane, to question him concerc- NOTICE TO ODDFELLOWS of Lethbridge Your attendance is urged on 'Friday evening, December 21sU Mailers of utmost importance demand attention. will be cordially wel- comed. By order of the G, B. R. S. Burchell, that there had been a Gor- man spy on UM Imo and other rumors of a 61mllar spread. Eren today tru as the Ump 'for BD expected axploslon Couneel innMtvd to the court the JQ- Blrablllty of steps to al- Uj hjiUrtt. Mr. DrjEdatc replEed that he felt such were noi within the scope ot the court. Concerning Johanaoa, the helms- man, who injured and IB DOW ID liogpltal, Mr. Durcliell read a letter from tho military authorities to i lease from nillltarr xunrd, if Mr. Bur- chell desired U. Counsel said Itut he I did not see why his permission had THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARSTOTHEOOOR PHONE 789. his speed and the ordera he re celved before Bailing from New York. Mr. Meiiish. counsel for Ihe MouL IJIanc. objected, but Judge Drysdale decided Ihe question to be a proper one. t Antoine Legal, chief engineer of the Mont Blanc, was then imt on the stand. The last orders he received, before ths collision were "half "slow "full speed "stop." The full apecd of the Moot Blanc, he said was seven and one half knots In calm water. Loaded or light she would go no faster. Legat told Mr MelllBh there was no seacock on the Mont Blinc. The next witness was Louis Lebruln, third engineer of the Mont Blanc, who corroborated his chief's testimony in the main. Defore the court adjourned for lunch Mr. FJurchell referred to adjournment that Sacrameito, Cal., nee. abor- tive Attempt l'> kill Governor William D. Steybena by means of a high pow- ered explosive bomb at 11.50 p.m. yesterday resulted In the wrecking of the executive mansion, the entire of the building being blown out. The governor and Mrs. Stephens, as well as the household servants, were asleep at the and all escaped Injury. Two men were seen fleeing from the house Immediately after the ex- plosion. No arrests have been made. Tho detonation'of th was heard all over the city and windows were broken by the force of it two or three blocks away. Governor and Mrs. Stephens were asleep In the wing of the house ad- joining the suot where the explosion occurred, but beyond a nervous shock they were unharmed. Citles." In tho dual role of Sidney It-Ions polled he madp Lh d-but lu the royal'' Carton ami Charles Darnc-y ho anicars] Tho evening performances ivlll mrl j ;U (Jrc-eifwlch Put- On Monday, Dec. 24th, the KuKlltih actor. John K. Keltanl, will commence an engagement uf days at tho Majestic Theatre in Ham let. It to the o tens- Eon to (he atu-nlioii of tlie jmblu: to the fact ttiat on Chrislmr.s Eve :n 15J4, tfirou.Hh the influence of U> I ace. making a proto'.m I in the r'ay of Hamlet hi which ho as- EUim'd the of Ghost. Tlitro beoa many ix-rfunuunccs of but the refiuiremviita ot this role has ever been regarded as the of the actor are so exacting that success to fuw. Of latf? years Sir IVnry Irving, Sir John- to striking effect. rondiiUm of sliary at x.'-M. the part of Carton is perhaps ihe out-! standing one, for the reason that tbe! character is so appealing, so truly Milne in Motion Pic- ture News. Tale of Two latest of Wil- liam Fox's big productions, Is one of tbe finest lilict o' tbt year. In every icspect ihe plcVure was capitally pro- duced. From the viewpoint of acMus, Mr. Farnum dominates picture. Wheth- er as Darnay or Carton he Mt nothing to be desired by hia performanct, which Is one of the best Le has ever given before the'camera. It is tbo (great mob the storming of the liastlUe. and the sub-' greatest tragic actors of tho day, llteh- Evo, the anniversary sequent revolutionary riots, done in I ard Ilurbafje and the no less favorite of lls [ireseniation liefort -the Queen almost flawless fashion, vrhlch -aill comic actor Thus sup-! by Its Immortal author, mako the production most valuable to the exhibitor, not overlooking, how- ever, tbe drawing power of the pouu- iar P. Reddy, New York. Morning Telegraph. "A Tale of Two Cities" will be the week-end attraction at Starlaud. Expert Watch Repairing At reasonable All work guaranteed. Mail orders given prompt and, careful attention. The Empire Jewelry Co. Dallas Hotel Block ..eth MERCHANT'S WIFE ADVISES LETHBRIDGE WOMEN "I had stomach trouble so bad I could eat nothing but toast, fruit and hot water. Everything else soared anil formed gas. no good. 1 was miserable until I tried buckthorn bark, glrcerlnc, otc., as mixed in Adler-1-ka. ONE SPOONTUL lienefttled- mo IN- STANTLY." Because Adier-I-ka empt- ies BOTH large and Intestine IL relieves ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas and prevents appendi- citis. U has QUICKEST action of any- Uiinjf wo ever D. Higihbotham Co.r Ltd., Designed and cut to make you look your Best WESTBROOK BROS. Bank of Montreal Dr. A.T. Spankie M.O, C. M- EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Are. ud 2nd SL Kast, Calgiry. Offlco Phone ME848 Hesiaence Fnone U2077 acd Ho.ue Sorfeoa. ICauhattaa Efe, Emr, Koce and Throat HcnplUl, New York Cllr. 1911-1914. alltt to Calgirr Scliool Board 274-21 would nliow. The captain and first officer of the Mont Blanc will remain until the Inquiry Tho remainder of have been jermittcd by the court to leave for New York. To Bury All Bodies Halifax, Dec. H. Barn- stead, chairman of the mortuary com- mittee today 'gave notice that all the unclaimed bodies In mor- Luary whether Identified or not, iviil be buried en Saturday, December 22, unless removed from the mortuary by relatives or friends. There are now one hundred and seventeen bodies the mortuary, Another Inquiry Halifax, Dec. Demere, wreck commissioner, sltljng on -the Mont Blanc-lmo' Inquiry here, has In- structions to proceed to Prince Edward] Island to make.an inquiry'Into a mar- ine mishap Hbere. COAL FOR -SALE By Carload Only DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1809 1 FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prices to F.O.Hyde Co. Phone 1Z44 Lethbridge PIANOS STEIN WAY- NORDHEIMER. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. HAINE8 BROS. These-pianos are'found In the executive homes. They are made of the finest and best procurable and by the mctt ikllled work- men. Styles and price. U suit everyone. Corne in and them. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. MEvecythlnfl 316 6th St. 8. Phone 1545 Remember ttw Address Calgary, Dec. account of tho threatened! coal famine here tho city Is sending a strong appeal to the railway commission to order the re lease of cars and engines for fuel transportation purposes. There is less and Judge Drysdale said that the court proposed to sit until the evM-i coai'in'tbftTity than" at "any'tlme'Fn ence of all witnesses who would he ju hUory for this time of the year. going away was taken. The court, he Bald, would sit as long an other ap- and unless conditions improve there will be severe suffering- on the occa- sion of tho aext cold snap. The coal is said to bo available al the mines, particularly at Drumheller, but the rolling stock is not. young Karl of Southampton who s'.orm Forb.ri iJobci'tson an! Jdhn K. given Shakespeare his patronage, hy' arc admitted to Lave received his first recognition at court, 1 Uic only ones ths.1 have worthy being comtnanderl by tho Cham-1 attention and no'v tbat Hob- berlain to appear before the Queen ertsosi has retired from tho stage, and give her a taste of hts quality- Hei Kellerd is the only of note ap- Inslruoted to prcser.t ony of bis [jcarjn? in this tragedy which own plays, supported by one cf tho he will prcsr-nt at Lnthbridgv on ATTHEOnPHEUM So great has been the success of the feature "Slander" here that Manager Hanson has decided to produce it at the Ornheum for one night, tonight. The story of ihe motion picture drama In which the noted actress, Bertha Kallch, IB appearing lor the first time under tho presenta- tion of William John Blair (T. Jerome a lawyer, falls In love wlth Helene Avers (Uertha His rival IB a ruan-abaut-lown, Harry Carson (Rob ret llendc-1. Helens marrli-s Blair. Richard Tremalne (Eugene Armonde) la an old friend of Blair's, but nour- ishes a grudge against him. He decides io make love to Blair's wife Helena In order to avenge himself for a chIM hood grudfia -which Blair has forgottai Tremaln forges a letter In Helene's namo addrcBaed to Harry Carson who is nsked to call at the Blair home. Tremaln engineers t3! air's movem ents B o that he 11 find his wife end Carson together. 3 Days, Starting NION., 21 SPECIAL MATINEE CHRISTMAS DAY, AT 2.30 ENGLISH ACTOR JollI! E. Kellerd Supported by a Powerful from a Run of 102 A NlghU at the Theatre, New York City. In Elaborate and Spectacular Productions of SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS 1 i MONDAY MERCHANT OF VENICE1 TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Prices: Nights J1.50, S1.00, 76c, 50c. XmaE Day Matinee }1, 7Bo, BOc Plan Opens Friday at Theatre. IE! What .the Press Agents TlinPr Of II P crockery, would give WilH IP II to the most practlcel salesma Ill III IIIUuL U! U. J. are other funny AT S'l'AKLAiVU Erogressive business men would do well to follow the methods ot White Mountain Canary" and "The Codec Colored in Owen John- sons celebrated story of "The Var- mint." This has heen arranged tor the screen by starring Jack Plckford. The two young busi- ness men mentioned stand peer- less In their class at salesmanship and the way in which they, induce the school to Invest four whole dollars in a collection ot oddly assorted, broken crockery, %yould pointers n. There _ r J 1- lures in which (he adrentnroaa rounp I.ondfln, Dec. Secretary Jonn Balfour made a spirited reply in the house of commons to attacks by Ar- thur Ponsonby, Liberal member from Stirlingburehs, a pacifist, regarding the war aims of Great Britain and her allies, the published versions of which Mr. Ponsonby said, did not tally with the proposals of the secret treaties.- takes part. Varmint' will.be shown at SUrland for the Ust times tonight. More pictures like "A Tale of Two and the mUleuniam of the pic tjire'bnsliessiwbiM be near it hand. Charles Dickens'classic of the French Mr. Balfour in Ills response, declared one can be permitted to that President Wilson's statements on: use a bromide, might have been writ- war policy were identical! ten specially for the screen. That is in spirit with those ot the leaders of; judging from the manner in which Ihpucht In Great Britain. He did not Frank Lloyd h'as.handled it. The pic 4htnk there had been in the whole ills- tory of Iho war more powerful state documents than those issued1 by the president of the United ture is of Tirile elements in theme and In plot! William F'arauui also achieves a dis- tinct triumph in "A Tale ot Two AT THE MAJESTIC Her Beach's greatest story "The Auu-iion Mlock' will be the attraction at the Majestic theatre for three nights starting tonight, with a Epecial matinee on Saturday afternoon. "The Auction Block" Is virtually the life story of a million girls in our large cities and small towns; it brima over with human sentiment, and possesses that rare Beach charm-which has all of his other stories so popu- The of, the play "The Auc- tion Block" is derived from the fact that the heroine of tlie< story U "sold to the highest .bidder" by her ivarl- IMPRESS TONIGHT ONLY L J PRICES 10c AND 2Sc Books for Children Children arc admitted to new worlds delight through books, thus stimulating their imagination and storing up for ,them life-long joyous memories. Thus, It will be, apprachfed that books contribute not oniri to' their Immediate imt fin It taroucwmt their.whole lives. There are no belter gitls for children tiian booXe. For the wee kiddles there are toy books, comprising a wide range In treatment. Tnere arc elaborately designed volumes, work of some of the mojl nolei! arllsU. Remembering that htKiks are A delight All throagh life, Christ- mas Shoppers will no well to select books as their Christmas xlfti to chlldrenj whelhcr they be lota or boys and gtilt In their 'leeM.'" _ The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK 8HOP" S. W. MANSON PHONE 113 514 FOURTrTAVtHUI AUTQUyERY FROM THE BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS COUNTRY TRIPS ONLY. DAV OH NIOHT NO HILL T00: STEEP, NOR SNOW TO DEEP POR THE MITCHELL Weiley T. Flyrii ETHEL Heft AT THE EMPRESS TOJ4ICHT; C.TMEL BARRY MORE OkU. OF MtR Ethel Bfurymore "m The Gallof Her People A powerful pfioto-f lay drama In 'A marvellous productio seven production of Qypty life. Richet and love.' a Comedy 'featuring Hank (Minn and QTARLAND AIL Productions Guarantied. Special! Attraction Friday and Saturday WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE EMINENT ACTOR WILLIAM FARNUM IK A STUPENDOUS SEVEN REEL PICTURIZATION OF DICKtFTS V. IMMORTAL NOVEL "A TALE OF TWO CITIES" Continuous performance from to 25 cents. Children, Regular Prteea. M V Owing to the Great of Fox1 Production, This. Over for Bertha Kalich in "SLANMR" r. A Modern Dnma Every Woman Should Mm IhcnM WITH EACH SUIT. (OF AoODS NOW IN WINDOW) ORDERED THIS WEEK WE WILV .tVf AN EXTRA fAIR Of MADC TO MEASURE AksOLUTCLY SdbWlSeBftrOdr They are splonflld suits and very exceptional Taluesv Act while JMt. Scotland Woolfn Mills Co., Ltd 3W PIFTIrl ItdEIT PATIENTS" Comedy LAST TIMES TONIGHT, FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT JACK PICKFORD, LOUISE HUFF AND THEODORE ROBERTS in ttTHE VARMINT" estic AND ALL WEEK "THE BLOCK Rex Beach's Greatest Story THE (.1FI DRAMA OF A MILLION Q1RLS. PRICES Nijhto Matl ZSc, 10c ;