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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, T HIE r.KTTTnnTDGE DATf.V TTrn in. Cheap House Property llln, mlhrl iu.il, ni J p.m., tlit-ro will ho sold separalo ono-nn -a- ,a f story Nos. fli's nnd Kncli house slands on a lot x 120 December public minimi lith St Sou -If vou have a W hundred dollars cash ami want Co buy a homo cheaply, or make an investment likolv to yield o-0ocl rot L, opi.ort.uuty is can beWrdi Wl The Northern Trusts Co. WINNIPEG For Sale Shetland Pony Herd Consisting of: 1 Stallion, 5 yrs. old 8 Brood Mares.. 1 Gelding 2 yrs. old J Filly, yearling- 5 Stallions. 1 yr. old 5 Oolts. Also 1 Pony Buggy and set of douhie harness. APPLY TO T. M. Evans A. R. I. Building Urthbridge, Alberta. SINGERS WANTED and tenor singers for the new choir of .First Baptist Church. Apply by letter or in person to OEO. MITFORD, Conductor Address 324-Sth St. S., or 530-7th St., S. C. M. O'BRIEN'S FATHER DROWNED Biairmoi-e Enterprise: News has reached us that the father of C M O'Brien. Socialist member of the Al- berta legislature, was one of the vic- tims of the drowning accident, -when the steamer Mayflower cajisized in a gale on the Madakaska river. The Mayflower was a tub used only dur- ing the summer months, unfit for nav- igation. HORSE ALBERTA Edmonton, Dec. buyers loday recognize in the.-western horse a more perfect type and stronger con- stituted animal and they are purchas- ing stock bred and'ralsed in the pro- vince of Alberta in an effort to in- crease the stamina of their breeds." Bryce Wright, a breeder.of Clydes- dale horses and thoroughbred Short- lorn cattle, said this in an Interview in Edmonton. He is travelling with out by the provincial government on a tour of Alberta. "It is only a tow years he continued, "when the eastern buyers i accustomed to a different type of mal would not look at our western j Block, but all that is changed. The reason Alberta has such a lead over eastern provinces in respect to standard of horses and cattle arc, briefly, as follows: ng else. Today lie is selling hi horses right off the range at ?500 team. Last year he sold 300 heai at a big profit." COMMENT ON NAVY New York, Dec. 7.-The leading newspapers comment on Hon. H. L. Burden's proposals lor a Canadian contribution to the British navy. The World says "Canada is not TOLSTOI'S MEMOS LIFE END THOUGHT WAS DEEPLY RELIGIOUS Paris, Dec. at the nios striking sentences in diary of th late Count I.co Tolstoi, (which is printed this evening the Jourua DCS was his hitherto un jublishcd testament and which wai, .-enlaced by a formal win dated Julv n, 1010, by which lie led all hit iterary properly to his daughter rends "If the people of (he world 'wish o read my writings, Id them dwell pon those passages here I know the iyine power has spoken through me nd let them prolit Irom them liroughout their lives." The diary is printed on the au- thority of Count Srrgius Tolstoi It was written by his lather under date of March 27, 1895. Count t.co Tolstoi asked that all refrain from saying good of him af- ter his death. After referring to himself as the interpreter of divine power, he said 'I have had moments when I felt myself to be the medium for the ex- pression of the divine will, l have sometimes been so impure anil so subject to personal passions that the light of this truth has been ob- scured by my own obscurity uut dc- smteall, I have served at times' as tie m.ermediary [or this truth and- those have been the happiest mom-' ents of my life. Mav God will that NOW ENJOYING SPUNDID HEALTH M tyWsli Cirri WAUCMTOH, Cw., 191, "Hy trouble extreme NervomiiMSi brought on by Indigestion or Dytptpnm, from which I suifirtd iu its worst form. I asked Mr. my drnujHst it JVucd we to try them. I look Mvcral boxti and im plewed to MV I am BOW enjoying fine health. I I owe my health to strongly advise anyone .iifferiug from Indigestion, Ojtptpus, Nervousness or Sleep! InsneJS, to commence using "Fruit a lives" and continue tins remedy until a cure 11 AI.EX. HcCARTER. 'I'ruit-a-tivCT" is lold by all dealers joe a box, 6 for or trial size, w -or write Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. als_ he kept when a bachelor, when o says he led the miserable life o[ lung men without principle, e adds: Then "After all, let my diaries remain as ey are. It may bo 'seen from them at despite the platitude and misery my youth, God did not abandon mo no aanon mo i and that, as 1 grew older I learned. hw-ever, little It was, to understand and love him. through me, the.se truths lac not been sullied and mav man. l.nd nnd m them its pasture. It is saying ,B. for three dreadnoughts car-: ries with it conditions thai.radically en-ecthe future of British in, "The .men who put in the foundation "Canada's contribution to the Perial clefcnsc will thus involve far-reaching change in the constilu-! not make another, c testament. He then llVTn -V-? he dies- contiHuesT wl'hout priests and is disaBree- JO interred with, the" "as 'imply and cheaply as possible." .------..ie loumiauon "-uainiu in me constitu-iand tint the horses and stock now in Al- onal relations of the mother wr'tos it "iinTr the old coun-itr'', colonies. Will Australia disposition the n ni AllSvTililU, Soot" Africa be willing to rc-j of his works. Referring to impiiblisJi BRITISH BOND MARKET London, Dec. are the latest quotations on active Dominion, provincial and municipal bonds and stocks Province of Aihcrta Sterling, conds 193S, fo'ur per cent 97-99. Province of British Columbia, 19 'H per cent. 101-103. Dominion of Canada 1009, 34, per cent. 85-87. Dominion of Canada, Canadian Pa- cific Railway fifty years, land grant bonds guaranteed 103S, 3J per cent. Dominion of Canada 1909-34 Per cent. 95-87. Newfoundland, inscribed 1913-38 i per cent. 99-101. Newfoundland, consolidated inscrib- What the Quebec Conservatives Learned on a Visit to Their Ridings Ottawa, Dee. John stanfield chief Conservative whip, stated this moraine that the second reading of the Naval hill, will not be moved by Premier Borden until Thursday. This, It Is said, IB In accordance with an ag. rcomcnt arrived at last week between Premier Borden and Sir Wilfrid let, that after the introduction of the government's proposals, there would an adjournment of the discussion CONVIDO Sclccl-od Ear- vests of a gen- era-1 i o n ago make "Convi- do" the Port'it! is today. D. 0. ROBLIN ole agent for Canada TORONTO Stimson Opposes Free Passag( (Continued from "The Panama siys that fe port, "ls-approachlng completion am for one week. Many of the Quebec and Ontario members, who spent the week-end in their constituencies are back in the capital today. The French-Canadian Lonservatives, while stating that the that national policy under which H hai imposed gift is not being unfavorably heen authorized and constructed'will received, admit that there will have] make It a canal, which in cue of to oe a campaign of education In fav-i In which we are a party, la to be open it. They propose to hold a ser-: to the American fleet and cloiea to Its es of meetings during the recess arid' enemies.. This makes neces.ary fbrti; the _ winter months. Conservative! aHons and the presence of a gar- momoers Irom Ontario say that of troops by whicli its locks and proposal is being enthusiastically can be defended. A'Careful celved. Liberals say that many are'. by the Panama defence' board waiting to hear what Sir Wilfrid decided that .this garrison in time TIGT llHS to DrOnOSP llPfnrn Of npapo 111 nprln.. tn i __.it. has to propose a decision. before coming to There lg much speculation as to what will be the nature of the Liber- of peace, in order to be ready to with-. stand landing parties from a hostile fleet must not tali below a minimum of e.cGO mobile troops, namely three i! amendment on Thursday. All that :s definitely kno'wn is that'll will af----------------" OL u principles contained la besidcs the necessary c Larurier Naval act, afld will presum- troonn tn ibly declare thai Canada is ready to Jmbark upon any expenditure no mat. er how large, but that the money uiauu-; money ed 193G, -1 per cent. 92-9-1. j should be spent on ships for a Can- Province of Ontario registered i "dian navy. lerta brought over from the old coun- i try later and more improved types of' sires than did the eastern breeders1 Present the. h who began their work earlier ,b-v a tcw mil-j Printed which will be useftuto man' nous toward the British navy thev kind. He asks his heirs to may acqmrc the right to a .seat in the public the rlpht to pnblfch hi imperial councils And what mav India look for if native princes, ta i. PROBABLE FATAL INJURIES North Bay, Ont., Dec. Adrian La Rocquc, a young man employed at the paper mill at Sturgeon Falls was drawn into a belt there on Saturday and terribly injured. When discover' ed he had been i in the belt some time some me and wan crushed beyond recognition His recovery the imported stock had not reached so high a plane; the climate and grasses of Alberta are; better adapted to'the raising of a. strong, vigorous animal than are those of the. easte provinces, "The best ranching country in Ca ada.lies close to the foothills of A berta. Here the best horses are ra ed with practically no, care on t part of their owners, except a cora and a rope. The grasses of Alber far superior for stock raising he more succulent grasses of tl astern provinces. Another facto which has gone to make the snpe ority of the western animal is th aw of the survival of the flttes rules in the west. The wester ancher has no time to pamper sakiy animal and it dies off. Onl ie best remain. However, western farmers and horsemen are faced with a consider able danger at present, from the fac that too many breeds are being intro duced. I have been judging at some Places this year, .where I fouud thoj have actually worse animals than thev Had flrteen years ago. The only rea- son is indiscriminate crossing The only way to breed up a better class of horse is to get one type and stick "As an instance ot what can be done i this way, I might mention a youn- man who came out. from the old'coun" try, without experience, but who took a job on a ranch and when he had 1" Per cent. 76-78. i 1946, 34 per cent. 89-91. Edmonton 1917-29-49, 4J Provincc Scotia, Rcgina City 1S23-3S, 5 pcr cent. 1949, 3 per cent. fund for naval "In (lie Canadian proposal is tile beginning of a new form of imperial I w former wn o publish hls l prmakers International union 'hnt he to is to re- lrads m Payments of benefits to its Olnco the authors rights. members, with G77 41 in death l relative lleacfits S201.2D6.03 'in be" to the classification of his papers by The United Brotherhood of Cor- papers y lo h ne orders his Pcntcrs is second ft heneft men. me -HOUSe tt'UI not rise until Wednesday, December IS. is practically confirmed. Mem- bers who have a long distance to tra- vel in order to reach home, will be allowed to leave at the end of the present week The Suffragette Attack on Mail e the police force detailed UI.I.U11UU LU guard them throughout England and Scot- laud. Hundreds of instances have "...in reported and by way of. Variation, of satisfaction painting' IhT'doors of prominent householders. This has portals. LARGE AUCTION SALE OF VERY SUPERIOR FURNITURE Will Take Place on No. 410 Fifth Street South Standard Co.'s old stand Tomorrow, December 10th, 1912 At 2 p. ni. Sharp CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING: 2 eitra fine brass bedsteads springs and" mattresses 2 white iron bedsteads, springs and mattresses 1 Folding bed, 1 folding cot folding bed baby c-.3Jriage !eathW Morris J largo leather seated DMI... tinassre and wnsli stands "lahosnny and 1 oal- J cenlrc tnbles. sqiii'ro 1 rantro table, round. I (llalnj> iablc 2 folding card tables I chiffonier 1 kitchen table Small Mahogany rocker. ornal] .Mahogany chair Dining room chairs Kitchen chairs l 3-burner coal oil stove I .-burner co.il oil stove 11-buruer coal oil stove 1 sewing mnchlno, new I electric reading lamp nigs. fjarge Quantity of nil clolh Pillow Slips, Blanlrets. Shceb minds. Curtains Cooking Uiensila tides loo numerous to mentmn Will you Spend Two Cent To Find Out? full regiments of infantry, a of cavalry and a battalion of field ar- tillery, besides the necessary coast artillery troops to operate the guns which protect the "entrances to tie canal. Within the last five years the nation-has also decided to make greal naval base for the protection ot the American interests in the Pacific at Port Harbor, on the island ot Oahuf Hawaii. Drydocks, repair shops and other supplies are being placed' there bj; the navy. The protection ot this naval base from attack from be- hind also requires a mobile garrison (In addition to the coast artillery troops which man the seacoast hal- teries) ot not less than six full strength of infantry, one regiment of cavalry, and thiee battal- ions oJ field artillery." S.S. MONTREAL REPORTED Winnipeg. Dec. 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