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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TITU _ soriiething that will appeal to the boys for Christmas StudebakeV Ji unior MINIATURE FARM WAGON Complete with Hand Pol.' and tflinltf. Si.0.00 worth ot toys. e have llicm The Lethbridge-Wcyburn Realty Co. Ltd. Contribution of Shipbuilding May Come I Ho intimated that attention would be given to ihe establishment of ship. in I'amlda. and that Hie Ad- miralty was wlllliiK 10 'Place four small vessels al first. he said, "is sendlns this, j ihree ships to ranee themselves In DClllg UlUcilnc of the Kminre.. 8 of Mother Country, of AuslTa a j __ p N-ew They .will be t eUMNSAND DON! PIJIL STORY FROM SALONIKI SHOW ING UP THE ARROGANCE OF BULGARIANS SALESTABLE H. GALVIN, MANAGER CORNER THinO STREET nnd FOURTH AVF- PHONE 1421 Sold and Best of care taken of s.ocU let. in our' charge in -connection with .table.. ..Farmer, reasonable ami lerms strictly cash. Live nt for sale; large most powerful baulcships Ill the vill Hear hisioric -iiiu- with tills counlry. liorde-n stated thai the problem I- representation In councils ot Gentlemen are Employed private London. Dec.. o.-Tlie.. Daily Tele- graph jii'lnls ilie following despatch which Its correspondent .1. Cl. Ste- phens; originally handed ill al Salon- Ikl Nov. hut was refused by tho censor: "The following facts show how uir- flciilt, if nol Impossible, is Ihe task of Greece lo keep order In Snloulkt and at the same time avoid a rupture with its Bulgarian ally. id aMili., wagon RolilR alons Hie Ottawa, win Kmplre was beins srmlled. and In the j then.-: 'was little ot interest, i'mmcr Ayas by Bui- claim that he was consulted in the l.o-n-P, meiinllme presence of a p Minister would be welcomed i n-lmlc tr.' 'lllV flOrtlOll o! Or. nliesUOIl nil of the bo Wits k lit Mil Ulil I IUS tt formalion of the cabinet The Premier that it related iers and should thr Premier also slated "assured that special made to fiivp Canadians the ai ,1-uiuiiy of servlris'as officers-on was 'Kjvpn Monk ol Canadian ships." scite on ilie naval question. .Major .Sharp asked how nr.iny The Thunderer Riirilen coin-lulled his ilio peronulmi: di- a been itli me IOIUVUHS i to the. Keuian Uaid veterans, umW -Today, while the clouds ai'e heavy, 01- lie was loin ihe booming of the Dy Col. Hughes, minister oi. militia, i-mi thunder and see .the; lightning ti.OOO applications had been con- above the horizon.'we oi these were allow- n -we will and dcliber-1 were either tlisallowiil T Bulgarian in tlie act of robhory mid look him to the police station. The police were. Immediately surrounded jy Bulgarian regulars and Irregulars cirri-ylns bombs and threntenlns blow IIP Ihe bnildiiiB if Ihe culprit was nol released. The Clrccka had to way In order lo avoid an open until any tmpwidhis storm shall or. held under abeyance. burst upon us in fury and with (fancy PriceVor I'lull nursi 111 Charles Murphy asked it "'Almost unaided, the Motherland. F. Tve, former'chief ensineer of UK- AllllUal- J. nniTlMl-Pfl 'lV t lit nut for herself alone., hut for well, is siisialnln; us as burden of a we s s 'vital imperial duty, and confronting necessity of nnilonal rai overmasleri existence. i the best assisiauci- that uiu'u.- act whit-li pro-. Wes ihai every Of the mo- irnant olticer .shall "inslitute j we conm thus to her aid. in of our determination to pro- tect and ensure ihe safety and integ- this Kmplre. and of our re- i solve to defend on sea as well as on 1. I land, our t'lag. honor, and onr When walking to her home on Moil- C. P. R. was being employed liv government, the purpose of his em- ployment and the remuneration was receiving, lie iolil by i ins" asainst a jiarent or other person i hiivin-" control of children, for uon-1 i-ittnidancf- at school, is to he strictly i enforced alter Ihis notice lias appeal'-; n ml the contents lool- A patrol or Cretan police seized contllct. the (li-eelc ch ch close by, while priests, following the custom In- augurated since the beginning of the war, was mentioning In his prayers (he names of all of ihe allied kings. the Bulgarian Irregulars brutally in- terrupted him and forced him to offer prayers only -for Ferdinand. "Such incidents are of daily oeeur- lenee.. Prince Nicholas of Greece was appointed by his brother, the Grown 1'rince, as military commander of this It is due to his moderation Wines and Liquors for the Home Of course you want the best, and most people know when the best wines are wanted Tin-re is a cei'lfi-in pleasure in iulvorUsinp; when you know that you idling Uic truth, so it, is with us wlieu we advise and l-oll-you Ihat Ihe wines you get here are absolutely. was receiving, lie -was lold by the u is due to his moderation minister oi railways that -Mr. Tyc i nd lnct to his strict orders to was employed by the department- as f.reek and men that even 'consulting engineer, thai lie was to mosti flagrant, provocation receive 5100 a day for actual service t] t of ,hc they with allowances for travelling penses. In answer to a question bv Mr. in aiihwui lu n 1 Murplij- the minister of railways gave ihe information1 that Gutelius, as U0minissioncr to investi- igntc the cost of the N.T.K., had ic- until November vrero siven by T. O. a H. BiuM. Emery 'Harms gnu- a Eiiine ot rurrent. events. A solo vr.lf i-puilered bv A il. Powell, and a duel bv the I'rsHilinck and Kins- nro'-ram" at the first war'd was An by G. illred on "Faraiine in Mental Soil." v.-as ably given. The life sketch f.hii.dren school i Heber C. Kimhall h. and the read'lu.K "The BelaKM j by Mrs. 7. X. Skoubou, Th, tuiid ,-nrrns Ru-ul which will H'.- S Chrisnnas week. school has having an of- the Presbyterian I bcr busy this week pre- will include "lion. F. i JlmiiTami Thwnnson. mem-. m. In reply to another iillestion In- Yukon, wlio has nol yet Mr. Graham. Mr. I'ochrane snid thai 'ort Nelson haJ -been decided upon as Hie rhrisunas n tor them The SunUay wn 111 .mmtiu-e both we'll received- Vocal duels were given by Mr.-. O. II. Snow and Miss Fern Re.cld. and Miss Blanch' Warden and Snme. A by little Dewey Xilsson i-auiplrted ihe trram. oiga Anderson, j nearly fifty.1 Mis? and -trut-tol'E at the Ixnighc Academy, anil Miss U Cazier. a student ai. the same j biwnt Sundiiy at Card-! jti. slon. It i-'esiieclcd thai the preliminary, the logical tenniinis of the Hudson the. Turks, liiisim-s's 'oi the House will be road; There were -123 miles nn- 1-iy'and (hat the 1'iwiicr will rise to; der const ruction helwecn Pas Mission statement shortly after o! and the Hudson were graded. 'of1 o'clock" 'lie expects to lie on his icet there was no steel laid, bat 70 miles i for about one hour. If .Sic VViliridjoi right of way were cleared. T wo j i 1 aurici sneaks Iiis observations will hundred men are now employed at I Sheers, o( a ,rplu.1-ai and prohrjactual construction lie will not. make a sel he has had an opportun- on tile part of the Bulgarians, thej should not retaliate that a semblance of cood feeling still exists between the "two armies, hut his task daily is becoming more impossible and cannot last much longer. "Another source of constant friction H that the Bulgarians insist on pa- rolling the streets independently of the-Creek authorities. When the Bul- garian army arrived before Salonilti 'days after the surrender, they claimed, as adroit (Tallies to send in two battalions, and on the Crown Prince conceding the representation, they promptly sent in a whole iliviE- ion'a'nd liave'kept it there ever since. The 'Bulgarians regard their irregn- la-rs' as part of their regular army ami endorse all their lawless acts. He- ports of atrocities committed by these bands, if true, equal the worst acts of O cater specially to family, trade and' dej liver to all parts of the city. Brandies Splendid, quality from per bottle. Scotch and Irish Whiskies Noted lor their high quality ;MM! mellownww, from up, per bottle Also a fine selection of PORT AND SHERRY WINES A most .delicious and healthful, vyine, All telephone orders will be promptly attend- ed NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER 1734 1.14 Filth St. South. Begin Block; 'In contrast to the above strained relaUons between the Bulgarians and Greeks the relations between the Greeks and Servians are excellent." jably short. until he has discuss the details of tile pro- his that the hill I posafs with his followers. It is ill get- a hrst, SCHOON'ER Cost WITH CARGO CHRISTMAS TREES local shipping interests three- Rouse Simmons, prILbK- Tin-re been an unprecedented tie BUT vegetable'.garden in the vicinity or ibe factory, and sells, wholesale to bouses in I-etbhridge and Calgary. Ills wifE came out 10 Canada about a vear ago. in company with another Jnp woman who resides at Itnymoml, and the two conslltnie li-miniue Fliga ih.. Ith light passed there nave neen several I "of Coniiaintht., the Princess sevcre storms on the lakes. i Patricia an.1 Government j Tlie House Simmons is an old cvalt I House will be piesent. i of 700 tons burden, owned by .1. C. The greatest curiosity-exists as to; rioniieT. of St.. James, Mich, road. The silver discovery was made details of the bill, but the by an Indian while hunting Ullll mllpf closely guarded portion of ihe-.tepauese colony at thcj sugar town. Mrs- iHev.i Toomos HupirrinteOdiiiLi tin; nursing ofj. Ihe little yellow baliy. The secretarytof the of Trade has rei-pi'ved a conimnniisition from the (leiiamnfni of agricultiiri: of Sas- katchewan asking rhe hoard to buy a nnmlier of copies-oi" an atlas whi.-h northwest of KOTI l-'raser. A. 1C. which hi: proposed io reveal lo Uaialit. a local ensiuei-r. is nesotial- nioiiNC this afternoon. ig with the Indian for the property, 'ibe exact location th deitarlilK'HI is The I'liblication is Hi liave maps of each inral and local improve- ment district. Truant Oincer i Ian-is Herald ihas ibe divulged uuli! ihe iirst payment llaight neht lo and is us to The Freiicli are discussing resarv- ins public offices for fathers of famil lies. Th..- (Onstrnction of the Grand Trunk Pacific will be continued dur- the winter. Six thousand men Fifteen members of trade unions affiliated with the American Kcdera tion of I-a'oor. have been elected to thi TO GET IT NEXT YEAR ir" the Winier. will be kept busv through the Winier House of Representatives Of monihs ,n ef'for, to have the line fifteen, ,'nnr are members o, the H0nse Haymond, Dec. meeting ot the Agricultural Society held for tho completion of the year's business was the largest ever held in Raymond and showed an increased inierest in the work of this organization. T. O. King was in the chair, and Secy.-Treas. Holt presented the report of. the year. The total expenditure amounted to some- thing over Of this over ?2000 was for prizes in the agricultural de- partment and for sports. Officers -elected for the ensuing rear are as follows: President, Z. N. Skouson; 1st vice, T. J. O'Brien; 2nd vice T 'o. King; secretary-treasurer. T Holt The directors are; M. i- Croxall, W. G. Jl celts, Henry Holmes. "W. Stone, H. Salmon, John Powclson: C 15. Coult, D. V. Fawns, Roy Mkotl- sou. T. W.'Harris. A. H. Powell. M. H. Brimhall, Mrs. T. .1. O'Brien, M-rs. Cr. Mceks. This year's prizes are to be paid as soon ns itrransements can be made. The matter of amalgamation will Slsgratli and Cardstou was discussed The proposal was looked upon favor ibly by the society and a committee composed of Messrs. Skouson. Holt and O'Brien was appointed to meet with the other to'wns and arrange satisfactory Sates' for Ihe different towns. The proposal is to have a fan- ill each town every three years, and the only provision made by Raymond was that the next fair be held either here or at Magrath. It was nlso sug- Eested that, the date should be some time in August instead of September. The ownership of the fair grounds and buildings also came up for discns- eion. The ground belongs to the town council but not tho buildings. The grandstand was built by public sub- scription, and, the. other buildings, amounting to about were erect, ed by' the Agricultural Society. I he society holds that the town council should pay for the buildings or place a reasonable price on the grounds so that the society may .purchase. The town council has handed down nsjts ultimatum Ihat all the concession the fair should get is the'imvilege of hold- Ing the fair in the grounds. No de- finite decision was arrived at. CROWN PRINCE OF TURKEY The Crown. Prince is full-fledged soldier, although in the present con- flict his contribution has been of an advisory nature, chiefly ,-omplcied next year. IUYKK WIJIL.K PRWATE OFFICE down ill-choar.n food, sr.a rushing back to work, leads straight to pepsia, with all it means in misery. Proper habits of eating, with a Na-Dru-Co Dys- Tablet after each meal, restore good diges- tion, health and happiness. Along every.-road, men, cur.., and wacms forw.rd, JlfJ nd in rttreati FOR A REFRESHING BEVERAGE, A MILD MULAm A STRENGTHENING TONIC DRINK "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" A BEER OF DELICATE QUALITY-RICH NOT HEAVY. IT AGREES WITH EVERYONE BECAUSE IT IS PURE, MILD, PROPERLY AGED. GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" AND LEARN HOW DELICIOUS IT IS. BOTTLED AT THE BREWERY FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 ;