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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Dccembei' M, 11H2. THE LETHimiDGt: DAILY HERALD of the Overseas Club will he held at St. Auguitln't Hall on TUESDAY NEXT, DEC. 17lh lit S ij.m., when nil mcmliers, past, luombers ivnrt intending �iapml>er� both latllcis and Rpntloinnn (\ro eurneslly invlteil to utlencl. All tliOHo niombors who have not yot received cortiricatOH or biittoiia nro oBpoclnlly nftiiKjsted to attend and lodge tliolr com-idtilnts with tho aceruliiry. dhunkenness in old England Report Containing Soine Very {interesting Statistics (or the Social Reformer London, Due incndnbic spirit tho conipllallon 10.-iV really of cnlorprlse of com-warks thn government's M NOT WORRYING viclioiis for drunkciMu'SH were for the yfiar 101), 152.!)3 per 10,000 persons; ill lilrltciihcail 126-7(i anil liootio only 45.05. Tho figures are primarily a to-flection of police opinion and other circiin/stttnce.s in each locality. During the eleven days in 1911, when all ] _____ licensed houses wi-rc' cluscd cavly-at; six- p.m., on the 1711> of August and'Not Concemed About Canada's subscfinenlly at 2 j) m-the arrests OVER IT Contribution of Dreadnoughts to Motherland Here's something that will appeal to the boys for Christinas "A Studebaker Junior MINIATURE FARM WAGON Price $15,00. Win outlast Comploto wlUi Hand Pole and Shafts. 550.00 worth of toys. Wo liavo them- The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. Phone 117:5 12(J2-lst AVc. South at 2 tor drunkcnncsn fell in Liverpool to 105 as against 1211 iu the ((\rrcspoiui- late-st blue hook dealing with liccns- ing period of 1910. On tlic question ing statistics of UUl. How the of how the weather conies into cal- portial closinK of the saloons in tViu culation in estimatini!; the possible north of England durini; the strike "drink hill" of a nation, the iiniuivy rioting in AuKiist and how the phen- which the report undertook was dis- London, Dec. IJ.-Tho Manchester onicnal spell of hot weather allectcd appointing. It says : Ouardlan's 73erlln correspondent the drinking capacity of the people "Tho exceptional weather of 1911 writes: "The silence observed by Ocr are among the interesting points seemed to afford an unprecedented op- man prosB over tho Canadian offer of which receive cxhauslive attentloi-, portunity of guaging the elTcets ot Dreadnoughts continues almost Hut first this formlda'hlc mass of stii- teinpcraiuro upon dninkeimcss so fsit broken. Yesterday a distinguished tistics tell you that in 11)10 and ns represented by the prosecutions, publicist, whose writings often have a 1911, inclusive, the total numler of The fluctuations of these Ugures arc great Inlluence on the German policy, licensed saloons in England had been at least as largely co-related with nssured me that Germany took no dl- rcduced by 9,501 and "yet in spite labor crisis or with various holiday of this 'decrease in oliportunity' the influences, total number of convictions for "If the theory tluvl heat drunkenness 'show an increase over shine increase llie inclinatimi xo cuu-; Opp^ correspond to our the previous yrr.r. The actual num- sume intoxicating li.mor and therc-l j,,^^ ,g ^ ^ ^^er. n'^o fflT'f ^'^'il /r^'",n,T '''T ''^ > t. .  ,  ing at the home 6'f' .James Wcathcr-alt, where ihcy will speiul Chvist- Paiis, Dec. 10.-Adopting the slogan, "war a.gainst war," thn French general federation ot labor calls uixm workers of every class to remain idle for tho whole twenty-four hours today throughout Krnnce as a protest against militarism. Meetings held yesterday all over tho country iin obedience to tho order were held. At the Hrest, Toulon and Marseilles naval stations the men say they will not work and the authorities have issued a proclamation warning government workmen of the illegality ot the strike. It is expected that no i-ailway trains will run, no telegraph wires carrying messages and tlio electric workers may plunge Paris into darkness. Optimists hope tho strike may not bo universal, merely being tried aa a lest of the workingmans' loyalty to his union. Tho order promulgated by the general federation ot labor reads in part: "Only by tho complete cessation ot the nieuns of production and locomotion and of work of all kinds can labor strikingly demonstrate Its firm determination to refuse to coopevato with the work of death which is con-, trary to the Ideas of progress and humanity." Every available Paris policeman is ordered to bo on duty today. FOR A REFRESHING BEVERAGE, A MILD STIMULANT, A STRENGTHENING TONIC, DRINK " ALBERTA'S PRIDE " BEER. IT IS 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" FLAVOR, AND LEARN HOW DELICIOUS IT IS. BOTTLED AT THE BREWERY FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 TYRELL'S LAKE mas. .Mrs, C'hisholni is the mother of Mrs. Wcalheralt and 11. Foster. Mrs. \Vm. llaslam, her son, William, and hov brother, Frank Sb.iicr, left yesterday for Utah, whcic thoy will .spend the winter with relatives. ('. Mahan went to Wilson Siding yesterday and is expected to returnj this evening. 11. L. lilrikc is making preparations to take charge of the post oiTicc which will be established on his homestead, and liie news from this part of the ilistriel, will soon appear under the lieading lilakesville instead of 'I'vreli's Lake. hurriedly increasing her defence with eyes fixed in a fascinated stare across tho Xorth Sea. How far this picture Is true is a question which must be loft tor English readers to Judge." I n U A FLOAIIfi DEAIH PALACE AUCTION SALE ev FRANK WADDINQTON On Wednesday, Dec^ 18th AT 2 O'CLOCK At 646-l2th Street South; by inttructiont of Mrt. W. H. MeUllaiiri HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including:Oak buffet; sectional book cases, miaaion deh turn-ittire Mahogany parlor suite, lounge, dressers and standi; brass monntwl beds, springs and mattresses, rockers, occasional tables carpets and rugs, in now condition; cooklnc range (Treasure); kitchen utensils etc. PHONE 426-409 Auctioneer's Office. Dominion �loelc. the captain and officers were not to blame for the many accidents. The story brought by Empress of Japan conlirnis and amplifies brict cable messages of the Korea's trip. SMOTHERED IN OATS Lishun, X.D.. Dec. ;I5.-Nels LIuge, Hastings, was smothered to death In a bin of oats. The oats becoming damp, had formed a crust on the top, and Linge, thinking it solid, stepped on It. lie was precipitated Into the bottom of tlie pit. Four hours later bis dead liody was found. Eidi-lHMlitMl. Mellow jtiHl Tyrell's Lake, Dec. M.-Adam Jo-chem went to Lcthbridgo on Wednesday with a load of poultry. Herman Cory, ot Wilson Siding, was a visitor! at the home of Mr. and Mrs C. Mahan last Thursday. jSlr. i'ory, who is the owner ol a good farm near Wilson ,Siding, may dispose of ills property before long and move to liiitish Columbia where bo intends to go into real estate business. Mr. .ind Mrs. Wm. Nate made a trip to Uaymond yesterday. Ncphi HoUlcn aiiil Lester Spak-man made a business tiip to Tabuv this week. Mrs. 0. H. Uollag, of Towrship (!-17, visited with Mr. and Mrs. B- .Deli('10l!,S 111 Trockslad last Tuesday. Nephi 1-Iolden lost a valuable horso 'J30(]UCt flVUl the other day. On returning from a trip to Taher the liovse took sieU TTl'ivni'- and died a tew days later. jAia�i�i R. E. Watkin.i and O. D. Groeme are digging a well on the former's homestead, while Wm. G. Nate is helping .lames Preesc make a similar imi'idvemcni al his place in ,Sef. ;! 1-5-17, I'^d. I0ric\'.soii ami one of hi^; ^-ons hauled liouu' two limds of coal imm L(^llibriih';e ilii:i week. 'I'Jii' riMiil lelepl;i)ni' lines in tins vicinity will no,, sunn le in oi'cra tioii. I'lie \e!cii;\Mw.'� lUiiple ;(re ci CHARGED WITH FRAUD Grand Forks, .N.D., Dec. iri.-E. M. Tompkins, of St. Paul, charged with fraud in coiineciion with the sale at lands near SnskuKion, Canada, will be returned lo Ulclimond county, this state, toniori'ow. \o face ills accusers. Tompkins was arrested In St. Paul several yours ago, and has been fighting o.\tradUi(in. says Governor EI)or-hart, finally honoring tho request of Governor Burke, of this stato, yester day, for the return of tho prisoner lo North ]:)akotii. Tompkins, according to the comiilaint, railed to give value for money reecivcil on tho Cnnndlan land deal. SEVEN DEATHS IN ONE VOYAGE ON STEAMER KOREA ON PACIFIC Vancouver, Dec. IG.-That the to-mance of the sea is not a tiling of the past, iind that stirring events FLOOR OF HALL NEARLY GAVE WAY GREAT CRUSH AT FUNERAL OF MRS. LOVE MURDERED NEAR FLESHERTON l-'lcslierton, Ont., Doc IS. - The Love tragedy came near claiming happen upon tho high seas seems cvi- niore victims yesterday afternoon, dent by the extraordinary voyage ot when over 40tl friends of the niurdcr-the liner Korea from San Francisco cd Hannah Love, who had gathered to the Orient recently, particulars ot to attend tho funeral held in the Ot-which wcve brought to Vancouver by ange Hall of Ceylon, had a narrow the Enipicss of .lapan, which arriv- escape from being precipitated into ed recctitly from Yokohama. .Seven the celiac by the flooring supports deaths, wliich included two cases of giving way. The presence of mind suicide, occurred on the Korea's run of one of the audieco averted a across the Paciiic, and the trip is panic. He commenced a hymn, which roganled lus the most unlucky voyagoj was taken tip by the audietice as they procession was/over a mile long. While the funeral of his wife waA being held, Henry Love occupied 'a cell in Owen Sound jail, where bp was taicen on Saturday motnins. ; IFDYSPEPSU _ I By Ni-OnMliB)tpipsia TUMI: Wc u� contimully hearing from gratefnl people yilio have had experiences like that of Miss Alice B. C�opcr, of Niagara Falls, Ont., who writM: ^ I wish to espiesa myj^ntitade to CONVIDO '^^l Conditio. D. 0. ROBLIN Solo agent for Canada TOROtiTO which has befallen a steamer in many years. The Korea left San Francisco on Oct, 12, hound tor Hongkong. On Oct. 13 til Chinese passenger jumped overboard, and although boats were, lowered tho body was not recovered. | A few nights later a Chinese pass-| cnger was shot and killed by anolh-er'chinesc, and when the frci).'ht clerk, Mr. Eaton, tried to capture murderer the revolver exploded and a bullet penetrated the thigh of the .ship's cook. The niiLht before reaching Honolulu a (lu.irtermaster, au Ameiican, coming off duty, looked into the open air swimming tank niid seeing the redeclion ni (he stars in the water, Ihoiiglit all was iu order and dived in only to teeeivo fatal in'ures to the spine because there were only three inches of xvatr iu tho lath, lie was Ici^t in the hospital at Honolulu. On the morning of the lirst J^un-day after leaving Honolulu another Chinese pas.sougec committed sucide by leaping overboard, anil the Voat launched under the command of the chief officer was neatly swamped in tha tough sea which was running, lie-twecn Honolulu and Yokohama two iTliinesc p.^ss^ngers went mad and had tu be kept in close coatiiiemcnt. After leaving Yokohama another Chi-ne.so row broke out with revolverl shots playing a part, and lo put a climax to the whole eventful trip, i three .lapaiieso were killed and tour [ injured at Xagasaki when a steam jet was lunied on while they were iil(/ng:,iilp in a sampan. The unfor-' tunales were scu'.ded to death. 1 On re.icliing llcngkong tl.c rivtseu' gcr:i sii;:ned a manifesto stating than filed ont of the hall. When the. hall was clcarc.l ot over half the people present, the service proceeded. The funeral was one ot thn largest known in tho �fjnntry, almost five hundred people Tittending, while the you for the benefit I recei*e3 lima voar most wonderful Dytpepsto Tm�to1 Having Ulcen other medicioM wilhcMt having received the aliifhtMt nliel.I; beard ef /our Na-Dnt-Co UjmteU TableU and thought I would glTt tStn > atrial. I have been soinplctely cwcdv: of dyspepsia. I witlh* only tooplMHd-" to adviw any one tronblad witli4|ipafft�-' to give them a fair trial." ' Na-Dm-Co DysoepaiaTablctaaalMlyv n'ivc ttie immediate relief from hatrt-burn, flatulence, acidity of theatameh andbiUousnes(,whicbissoinMclinMd�d,': . but if taken regularly for a few dajr* or weeks they completely cure the meat aggravated cases of stomach troable.'. When for 50c. yon can get a hamttvm'^ your druggist, why go KM.mdMmkl National Drag and Chemioal �l 144 Caiiadu, Limited, MontaML For Sale General Store (lonsisting of Dry Goods Millinery, Gents* . Jruniishings, Boots & Shoes STOCK CLEAN AND FBESH Good Investjiienl;. Eor further particulars apply to- E. Parsons i-j:o-i:itii SI. Xoi'th. Lelhbilflgfe, Alta. ;