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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta r 13, 1912 TTTT; LT-yn oT! DAILY HE Will there be a Victrpla in your home this Christmas You can search the whole world over and not find another gift that will bring so much pleasure to every member of the family. Any His Master's Voice dealer in any town or city in Canada will gladly play any music you wish to hear. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE CO., LIMITED, MONTREAL. full and Complete Stock of Victor-Victrolas in the City together with 3000 records Visit our Victor Department today and hear your favorite songs by the world's best artists We will open our New Store .at ,405 Fifth St South, m the Bryan Block, on the main floor, with strictly modern, sound proof demonstration parlors. Mahogany or ode. Mason Risch, Ltd. Victrolas Payments Dominion Block Robert- son's Book Store for Victrolas i and Records THE BEST PLACE TO EAT Is Whore yon Get The Most of the Best for the Money This is the Place. We are headquarters for XMAS CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE Phone AUSTRIA'S TACTICS ARE.PASSING STRANGE Paris, Dec. continued Aus- trian mobilization, which, accompanied li.v heavy expenditure of money in that country, has resulted in the disturb- dime of commerce and industry, is causing: considerable uneasiness here. .Austria's tactics on the eve of the Balkan peace conference and the meeting of the European ambassadors in London are not understood, al- though the assurances have been re- ceived In Paris that Austria is bent upon peace If 'what is called honor able peace De possible. Roumania suggestion that her representativ participate in the ambassadorial con ference has not been voiced in eithe France or Great Britain as It Is de si-red to limit the discussion to (h six great powers. MORTGAGE SALE SES All broke, mostly mares. At the Auction Yards, .Cor. Fourth Ave. and Third Sts., Lethbridge, TOMORROW SAIJEGJ4AJ9W Commencing at 10 o'clock in the forenoon TERMS CASH HFMOXS. .BAILIFF IS 75 YEARS OF AGE AND EARNS 50 CENTS A DAY AS MAIL MAN Rome, Dec. Popes brother Signor Augelo Sarto, is seen again about Rome. He comes hero two or three times, a year at regular inter- vals. Signor Sarto is.employed in the small post office of Grazia, noilr jian. tlia. For carrying sacks of mail mat- ter to the l-rains he earns, at seventy- seven years of age, two and one-half .ire a day (about fifty Yesterday he was at the Chamber of Deputies, -whither he had gone io ask a favor of the deputy of eonscrip. "on, Marchese de Bagno. Angelo Sarto is a good patriot. He decorates the house with flags on na- tional holidays. Signor Sarto was asked about the Pope's health, which regular intervals, tile newspapers say is precarious. Siguor Sarto assured the interview ei- that, on the contrary, lie had never found his brother in better health uor has Ins appetite o-r spirits changed PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR SETTLE- MENT OF LONG-STANDING SQUABBLE WITH G.T.P. I Not Suitable Sportsman (entering a you any nice sir; but have some prime sausages." here, man- I can't go home and tell the wife I've shot a sausage." Ottawa, Dec. the striking employees of the Grand Trunk Pacific and the officials of road can come to no satisfactory Up-ms, and it is be- lieved at Ottawa they are not far art, at a meeting which will be held Montreal tomorrow, the long drawu- out strike in the 'ivest will come to an end. the Transcoiia shops will be opened at once. For a long time the.government has boeii' using its endeavors to bring the men and tile company together, ami has been considerable negotia- tions, through Hon. W. T. Crothers. In the meantime, liie government has taken the stand that the shops should not be opened until a satisfactory set- tlement has been reached with the striking machinist. MERELY STATED A CASE', AN LEFT IT TO THE CANADIAN PARLIAMENT LIEUT. BECKER'S WIFE GIVES TESTIMONY ew York, Dec. Charles Becker, wife of the deposed police lieutenant now in the death house in Sing Sing for tlie murder of Herman Mosenthal, was a witness before the grand jury today, she testified con- erning (he alleged attempt of a man named McCormick (o extort money rom her last August on the plea that cr ?250 Jack Rose would testify avorably to her husband. London, Dec. Josepli .Ma tin asked Premier Asquith. in th House of Commons if the Admiralt memorandum given the Canadian min isters was intended as a request fo an emergency contribution from Ca nada. Premier Asrjuith, replying, said: "The memorandum speaks for itself It contains no request and leaves tht tacts set out to the unfettered consid oration of the Canadian Parliament." D. E: Pelo, Unionist member foi Devizes, asked whethar, seeing tha the provision of Canada for tliree dreadnoughts meant in wag. cs for this country provided by Can- adian taxpayers, the Premier -would not consider giving some preference to Canadian products. Premier Ascjuith, replying, answered in the negative, adding that the gov- ernment had no'intention of altering the United Kingdom's fiscal system. KILLED BY C. P. R; NO. 2 Kenora, Out., Dec. Ole- son, aged 50, a farmer, was killed, and his son, John Oleson, was serious- ly injured by being struck by No. 2 train from the west yesterday at Bus- lead, IS miles from here. He leaves a widow and seven children. 3fAXITOBA'a JTEW LEGISLATIVE BUILDINGS WILL ACCOMPANY COUNTESS OF ABERDEEN ON VISIT.TO THE BRYCES London, Dec. Violet AB- quith, the elder daughter of the Prime .Minister of Great Britain, is 16 ac- company the Countess of Aberdeen, wife of the Lord Lieutenant of Ire- land, after Christmas, en a short visi to Washington, where they will be th quests of the British embassy am Mrs. John Bryce. Miss Asquith was introduced ink society when, as a little girl, she act ed as bridesmaid father's sec mid marriage to ".Margaret" Tennant She has grown up to be clever, is high y cultured and takes the keenest in erest, not only in her father's career >ut also in that of her brilliant bra her, Raymond Asquith. She apltal public speaker, is quite at ome on the platform and can make peeches of uncommon vivacity. Tall, andsome, picturesque in dress, she ommnnds attention with her every- 'here she goes. Miss Asquith had a great sorrow -hen the Countess of Aberdeen's econd sou, to whom she was be- othed. was killed in a motor acci- ent. At that time Wm. Watson, the oet, was in America, and made a avage attack on Mrs. Asqnith and iolet. acknowledging that his vitriol- verses entitled "the woman with Hie serpent's were intended for Miss Violet's stepmother. For Sale Shetland Pony Herd Consisting of: 1 Stallion, 5 yrs. old 8 Brood Mares. 1 G elding 2 yrs. old 1 Mlly, yearling 5 Stallions, 1 yr. old 5 Colts. Also 1 Pony Buggy and set of double harness. APPLY TO T. M. Evans A. R. t I. Building Lethbrldgt, Alberta. Perspective view of the new L sslniboine river. This plan was xamination of the five best plans of London, En.Qj.ind. Your Credit Is Good AT TMi Alberta Outfitters Phonf 1738 v! 405-6th St S. (Dominion Vancouver, C., Dec. I t-iiy is stiii ringing with the of II. Sinclair, the young man who early this morning captured a robber who is believei! to be the! man who last Saturday held up a I Canadian Pacific Railway train as it i was leaving tills city. Sinclair was going homeward with twenty dollars in liis pocket when the holdup man slopped him. Pressing a gun into his ribs, the robber called on Sin- clair to deliver his money. Sinclair raised his hand and grasped the re- volver by the cylinder and the mi'n icgaii wrestling for its possession, initially .Sinclair's ham! down over Hie barrel till palm was rovering the imiw.le. Twice the ban- lit shot him through the hnuil and i third shot went through Sinclair's arm. .Sinclair still tmighl and the i ni'n were rolling together in the gut- er when a policeman returning home rom duty rushed up. The robber, vho gave the name ol tiro. Wilson, t tempted In light off i ho. odicor, hut he latlcr have given him an wful drubbing, judging from the ap- pearance of HIP accusc.l man in court today. Wilson's rase was adjourned. The police hrlipvc ho J5 a noteworthy PHOTOS You and y o it r friends will like for Xmas. See samples you can get of our wqi'k TISE 906-3rd Ave. South. Beildc B.ptiit Church Hard Fact Poor romance is on its last legs, And the fairy (ale amuses; The goose that.lays the golden eggs Is the one the tailor uses. Certain in fr- results beca use purest in q u a 1 ity; try it ;