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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 71 M THE LYE ;.SOFTENING WATER! f REMOVING OLD SINKS? IRJRMANYOTOER PURPOSES! I THE STANDARD ARTICLE! EVERVWHERE! PREMIER ASOUITH THINKS LAST. ING AND EQUITABLE PEACE WILL BE REACHED London, Duo. The plulil- MS OF 20, HE WAS ASKED TO HELP MURDER THE GOVERNOR- GENERAL Seoul, Korea, Dec. 20.-Ok Wan liottmtiaries of .Turkey and of the (ho younjtcst of the allsged U-ad- kan allies are '.he guests or honor at-ers in thi> conspiracies of which 106 a luncheon given by the Lord -Mayor, Koreans are accused and for which of London, at the Mansion llouso, are now being tried, admitted en the stand that he had been in- formed by Koreans of the plan to MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDCLIOJ dovcrnor-Gwwral Loimti ing Premier Asijiiith. Foreign Secre- tary Sir Kdward Grey. Lord President i. ofthe Council Lord Morley. and .prom- >k "a" Aa luon ineat personages. The Lord Mayor sVssin'atVTrinre'nirobum'i "at em-nded a nearly welcome to ihe aC.ToW Had peace plenipoientiar es. speakmg ol, him dmv of Hie enduring satisfaction which would I ok Wan ihe felt if they should achieve a j det.lareU tlml issue and a lasllng peace. i %1 statement ior his own deicaes itechad Pasha, ior Turkey: Premier j Ok Wan Pin pointed out that he was j Veuize-loa, for Greece, and Dr. Dan- entitled to the credit for saving the j of ofomlou. Week-End Program at Starland the entire dmnge of program j rofjvrins tcftte pt StarJand today, ninny fine lions are being shown. Fowmost on f pro3periiy is intimately link- the bill la .1 splendid dramatic otter- ed vvitu the fw we uro 'ing, "Thc Church Across the Way." story of n Christmas Eve. Another of the celefovaied Katizenjammer Kids' series aud a lively farce, "A fills ilio comedy element of th- program in first-class shape. With a powerful sea. story, "The hy the great Kalem Company, and Mis3 Ethel Williams singing the latest Eong hit, the week end program at Starlaud is well up to this theatre's excellent standard. now laboring, and it cannot fail to' fortify our determination to succeed j in our mission." Premier Asuuith said lie was not! ashamed to declare himself optimistic of the negotiators arriving at an equit- able and enduring peace. life of An Kioii Kuoa is said io hove dis- closed the alleged conspiracy to Urn police later while he serving a life sentence inflicted on lain for burglary. CLARK F TO The Udiet Store IX. Phone 453 Acadi. Block Easy Solutions to all Your Gift Problems Ready for a Big Day Saturday With tho latest, and most (wnprolumsivo Xmas stocks this store over hold., all conveniently displayed for quick amUatisl'actory choos- ing and presenting many special values which yon do well to profit by. For (lie biff riiHli on hc last JXMV days you'll lind lliis stock in sitlcinlia1 muliiu'ss and iiij_ iiicrcastMl stair "of salespeo- ple to serve you. Neckwear and Belts GAZETTE GOES A TER HARMSWORTH PAPERS FOR ATTACKING SONAR LAW INVENTION WHICH WOULD PER- MIT OF UTILIZING OF LOW GRADE ORES EYESIGHT SUDDENLY RESTORED tendon, DK. dissension and recriminations increase over the Ljuow-t ttiRiLulrics regarding T c Garvin, editor oi the Pali Mail Gazette, certainly the most 'forcible Unionist journalist, has bit'i-r attack on the Times and ALiil declaring thai ii Bonar the lines advocated by t (i latter papers his moral au- thontj would ruined. "th rc can be no ei'istence for the I'mpust jut it answers Id Law's appeal for the (lag as stnckcn by has .insmreil Frcn.ibr Bor-I" bolt 01 'S' 18-months ago, lien's declares Mr Garvin recovcrcd ,llls sight tore today. Three "in issue has been which Eoes af ll'e man, wcllt 'St- fa taxes mi! unless that LOU'S anri a" operation. KSW. K faced the Unionist, parly will "nsuccess.ul ami he 4 at [or ti eniv years wltl1 hls lie Wt st- llerelstoke, Dec. an- nouncement that Canadian patents Cassellon. Deo. 2U.-Tae Great a nw s {m thc Northern fast mail, easibouml, was vi complcx zim. orcs of Koot wrecked at tlemmg, three and a Half been ,JV the consolidated miles from here at six a.m. today. Minillg Company of The fast mail engineer, Frank UppI-; Canada has been made by A. Gor- grove, of Breckeurldge, Minn., was ilon, the French inventor.'Patents in killed, and fireman, Charles Read, France have also been sold, lie states, was scalded, but will recover. Other, 11 is declared that thc Consolidated members of the crew escaped unin- company has under consideration juved. i plans which will involve an outlay The fast mail struck Die side of a OI dollars in connection reight train, while the latter was Hie new process, which has hacking Into the siding, failing to; Passed successfully through long set- elear the main line in time to let the lcs Ol searching tests with Kootcnay mall train pass. The engine -was at tile Trail smelter, erturnefl Into the ditch, sud several i. 'hc oi the French process curs of the freight train were derailed, i local mining men to mean the commencement of a new IN ENDLESS VARIETY Not a new thing created this season, not a style you could and many you never thought of produced by the foremost manufacturers 'in this country and shown in scores of various becoming Ideas All moderately priced. The New Handkerchiefs MAKE A SUPERB SHOWING Lon-Ij iiuiiuriuu Aiuriswyi Jinm! Kinbroldered foods or pnro linen are Hie leading fealures this soiiKOn and from the lowost grades to the mosl. ov- Iiensivc lilnds, easily outrival all nruvlouH showlnss. IS "2i> cents to Gifts of Furs and Outer Garments READ THE LIST OF MAKE THE MOST PLEASING AND ACCEPTABLE GIFTS. GENUINE SAVINGS AND MAKE SELECTIONS EARLY. IJO.OO Mink Stoles ami J65.00 .Mink Stoles and Mink Stoles and 545.00 Black Fox Stole Soo.OO Blue U'olf Stoics S15.0I) Columbia Sable stoles muffs J50.00 Isabella Fox Stoles Muffs.. Pointed Fox Stoics Muffs Badger Stoles Muffs ?20.00 Black Ilat Stoles Muffs New Evening Gowns Lovely Tunic effects in the prettiest styles.of the to T New Silk Particularly sailed to Christ- mas Giving. to These Handsome Linens MAKE EXCELLENT GIFTS Cenlre-Pieces and Dollies in the various useful sizes, in genuine Madero Hand Embroidered work or plain linen centres, with deep edging of hand made pure linen gift that any woman appreciates. 35c. to Dainty Evening Scarfs IN GREAT VARIETY Sillts, chiffons, crepe de clieucs, hand crochet silks, and lovely Spanish lace goods in a variety of qual- ities colors and prices to'suit tho most particular .tastes. to Brief Suggestions In Many Varied and Suitable Lines Kid Gloves, guaranteed Silk and Lisle Hosiery Evening or Street Hand-Bags! 1 Silk or Wash Waists Knit Goods and Work Aprons. Cushions and Cushion Tops. Table Damasks and Dress or Waist lengths Napkins. Afternoon arid Evening Cloaks. Kansas City. Mo., Dec. c-ra in tliu industry of the Kootenay. because il, make possible thc a farmer living near Colum- i I operation L. K. ziC of many properties Yvith ami Liijeiul papers today give promin- ence to tlic Times Toronto cable. de- claring that British Unionists must Tiot. impose tiie responsibility oi Im- perial HreSercr.ce on tiie Dominions. A German invention enables a per- son to take a steam or hot air bath at home, a. hood fitting over one enil of u bath tub and Uie regular hot wa- ter supply furnishing the steam or hot i ir home yesterday. While waiting lor his train to Nebraska Marmoii rest- ed in the depot waiting room. "Mary I Mary I" lie calle.i out, "the light.' What lias Nothing had happened io the His wife was quick to realize the facts. she said, ''you can see. We must go back to tiie doctor, so you can get- entirely well." RESIGNS AS PRESjDENT INTER- NATIONAL SON SUCCEEDS Closing Exercises in the Schools (Continued from front ed her little mi to trying to do the very best. Considering the average age oi each child in the kindergarten is not more than 5 yeprs, great cre- dit is reflected on tlic' teacher (Miss for the way she bad these youngsters trained, At the of the program each most, creditable was rcn- child was presented with something dercd, including chorus singing by j from the Christmas troj. in aildi- rliffereiu classes, piano solos, etc. j tion to an orange, given by Mr. F. This evening the High school pupils j Svvingler. In a few well chosen will hold forth for the entertainment I words the teacher, wished the chil- cf the public in the auditorium of the jllren a very happy Xmas, anil hoped ARMING MEN HER PEAS- ANT POPULATION HAS NO FOOD Paris, Dec. is Central programme will: lo see lhera in tue New Year spending a day to defray tho ___.._ _' _ TPSllv tnr Cfnniil I _ form of commence-: loc The program consisted ot songs, Christmas stories, fancy marching and games. The High school will hold their take partly the ment exercises, for the scholarships won at the midsummer examinations will be presented. The following is he programme, and all parents ot the They hoarded a' St. Louis-bound I train, instead' ot going to Nebraska. Sanderson were amon; who attended it. London, Dee. meeting Of the International Mercantile Marine Co. was held in Lomlon yesterday. Lord Pirrie, J. Bruce Ismay and Harold the directors ppuils tend: are. especially invited to at- Vocal quartette, High School pupils, medal, highest stand Presentation ing, Grade .XII., donated oy W. TODAY AND TOMORROW The Church Across the Way A dramatic realization of. "Pep.ce on Earth. Goodwill To- wards oil Men." A real "Christ- maasy" Katzenj laramer Kids They entertain company. These entertaining kidletK. will most certainly help you prepare the way, .for a Jolly Xmas. At Every Performance MISS ETHEL WILLIAMS "The Starlatid'c Soprano" The Filibusters A powerful "Kaleui" drama, crammed full of exciting inci- dents, thrilling episodes and tensely dramatic situations. A Water Fight A real, lively and a euro fire laugh getter. Filled with the spontaneous vavietv of fun. tiiat never misses it's mark. COMING JANUARY 1st and 2nd. Motion Pictures of "THE BALKAN WAR" From .1 usually reliable source, it is said, that the principal on the agenda thc resignation of Mr. Ismay as president- of the con- cern and the election of Mr. Sander- son in his stead. From thc same source, it is learned that an official j announcement of thc change which is lihclr to take place on January 3, will not he made for a few days. After Hie meeting Mr. Tsmay was a.sked whether he wished to make a definite nee ment On the subjsct. "I am he replied, "but I have nothing whatever to say." -.Mr. Ismay look-cri very well and laughed when told ot 'the reports that hc had broken down and had (o go lo a sanitarium. fill can see for yourself ihat it is not. fie said. Lord rirric ami Mr. Sanderson de- clined to make any statement. Buchanan, M.P., won by Miss Minnie 1-averick: presented by Supt. Hamil- ton Presentation of scholarship for mat- riculation into University of Alberta, donated by the Board of Etlucaticn, won by Miss .Marion Smith; presented by .1. H. Flectwoort. Piano Jessie Hawkey. Presentation of Senior Champion- ship cup, by Marcus Dtmswortu; presented by Rev. W. V. McMilien. Nellie Buncombe. Presentation of prize i'cv highest standing in Grade XL, won .by Arthur Morgan, donated by Dr. Galbraith; presented by Dr. QalliraUli. Violin Presentation of prize for the high- est standing in Grade X., won by Pi-a- sor 'McAdam. donated by .Senator. De- expenses of the mobilization of her army according, to an estimate, mads by a correspondent of the Temps, just returned from Cialicia, Austria. The whole of thc commercial and 01 im CONTRARY TO EXPECTATIONS CONDEMNED MAN MET HIS FATE QUITE- CALMLY i closing; exercises in the auditorium of industrial'life of the country has the Central school this evening com- been disorganized, meirang at eight o'clock. A musical In Cialicia neither money nor food and literary program will be ten- is lo be had and the. wealthier oi and the prizes won at the last the population have ilcil from the country. At the same time the fear stricken peasants are becoming the prey oi dishonest speculators. Groups oi these men-are cornering nil the gold and silver coin with which they i3uy all the paper money they can find at a heavy discount and then dcrcd examination will be presented. All i interested are cordially invited. DUBLIN MAN CLAIMS THAT IRISH GIRLS 'ARE PRETTIEST IN WOHLD Veber; I lace. presented Mr. ft. P. U'nl- Dublin, Dec. claim advanc- ed by Mr. Dawson. of tiip Royal Na- tional Literary Society of Ireland, that Dublin girls are the prettiest, hag aroused opposition in other parts ol the kingdom. A portrait painter who has made a send it tu Austria proper where it i.i sold for its face value. special study of types of English beauty was consulted recently and said, "Of course. Irish girls arc pretty of them. I may add that there are others. The pretty ones have -1-rish eyes.' That is often their 'beauty. Their features are nut to be irregular. For regularity of feat- ure, commend me to the fiecttish las- sies. In Argyllshire or in the Low- BULGARIAN WAR SONG The hardly anticipated eagerness and recklessness which have eliarac- a White Horse under your collar; find It always kind and gentle Turton, Canadian Fron1: Street, East, Toront lands, one sees many faces perfect in I Piano Hawkey ana Mrs. form. J. B. Hodgson. _ j Ule hcst compiexions we must Presentation of prizes for. highest go to Devon. The soft air and the give cheeka a delicious bland- MAD KING OTTO WILL BE DE- THRONED BY SPECIAL ACT Munich, Bavaria, Dec. Ludwig, tho new Prince-Regent Bavaria, will become fcins, and the mad King Otto, who bas never kno that he was a royal personage, proba- bly will be dethroned next year. The Bavarian Premier today Inform, ed the speaker ot the Bavarian Diet, and the leaders of the varies parties in that assembly, that an amendment to tlic constitution ild be submitted by the yovemmeut. to a special ses- sion oC tho Diet in January by the terms of which UK-.regency nil] be abolished, ami Ludwig will receive the tide oi' Henry Johnson, donated by 13r. Stew- art. M.P.P.; second jtrize won by'Miss M. Hunt, donated by Mr. J. D. Hig- j iubotham. I Marion Smith, j M'anrl School pupils. At the conclusion of tho musical and iho presentation of luncheon will bo served. The exercises will be held in tho auditor- ium of tlic Central nclicol. School will re-open on .January fi. On that date the Manual Training school will be opened for tile first time with Bailey ami .Miss Preston in charge. Tho Galbraith school, howecer, will not be ready for occupation until about January 15, as thc furniture has not yet arrived. Wnilamt county may establish a furm io lie worked ot the. H0ici5. Westminster School Happy an.l smiling i-ices were seen ness and freshness. The Lancashire climate is good for the skin. too. "Welsh girls are often -handsome. The. western winds. laden 'with moist- ure, blow upon them, and mountains almost always produce a good-look- ing race. "But after nil. you see as many good-looking girls in London as you can ,finil aiiywhere. I always sny jfthcii J come bud; from abroad that. I have returned to She land of charm- ing women. The special charm of London girls is their vivacity. They have not the 'chic1 In costume of tho French or the Americans. Vet they are more attractive than either. They look softer than tiie Americans and' daintier than the French. "They are not to paint. Their torizerj the fighting of i.ho Bulgarians throughout the campaign arc largely due to the inspiring war song of a national poet. The Bulgnv march of victory ia tho work of the Bulgarian poet, Kyrill Chrostoph. Kill: Thc longed-for day has come. The battle rages. Kill! Our lionr is here' Out and forward! Kivo hundred years of bittta- misery. people can.'suffer it. Think o[ it, and kill: Kill without compassion and. the flag of liberty. A. enemy stands before our mother. Yet she bore mighty avengers. Stab throttle, slay! Think of the wails of our mother! Think of them. Kill! Give no -Die or con- quer. Today' it is honor, today it is jus- tice, to be imcompassionate. Km: Our hour is here! Out and forward! Montreal, Dec. Bat- tistii paid the penally for his "mis- deeds" Dhis morning at'the lUontrcal jail where lit: was hanged for the murder of u compatriot named Maca- ruso whom he shot alter a chase across the continent over a love af- fair. Bftttista tip to yesterday gave promise of 'giving the hangman a strenuous time and preparations were made to have him strapped in a chair should lie prove unruly this morning. Last night, however, his 'demeanor changed and be regained .control of himself after a lengt-hy with Archbishop Bruclicssi, and after a night of pniyer he declared this morning he tras ready to ni'eefc his fate. He w.ilted to the scaffold without a halt, and when he momit- the steps began making a speech thc citizens of Montreal. Hang- man Ellis, howler, cut this short, placing tlic Black cap over his icati find the rope around his neck. Death was instantaneous. To prevent wasting; current by rhe frequent, ringing of a doorbell when no one is in the house to answer it a recently patented press button cnn be turned to disclose the word "out." Shipbuilders in' Holland recently completed an plectrically propelled tng--hoat for uee in India. is elusive. It lies }n their ex- pression and in quick changes of every child in It is the staiucsnuely boau- school this morning on the women, whom one can 'f hroakiiu; up for the Christmas icast difficulty. In they lolitbys. The HUlc Ints oi thc school were the fir si. to put through their drills and and tl'.e glad expressions nanv are rare. Kuj. we hswe every kind of Holding Kickers' Meeting og, Wash., Dec. "Kicking Is "now an .institution, in the ollicial life of KdHog, au Idaho milling town, where the town council has set aside one meeting each month for irnte citizens to vent, their spleen. Mayor l. Davis decided it would- be best to have a special meeting for Una purpose, rather ibun lo mar thc har- hoauly except lhat." Presliytory favors K'-v. Alurdriek .McKeuxie for llie next us- mother's face as she Jscmhly pious of the council. and legislative .sea- Public sfl-.n-il :ss Cog! Mi.i; Mine Run or Screenings, by the ton or carload lots. "HONE MTU. ;