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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JSjtiirday, Dm'inher 21, .1912 THE LEfltBnrPOE DAILY Y! GENTLEMEN DON'T FORGET You must have Friends to whom you would convey a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, with an expression of thanks for some past favor or kindness extended to you. The presence of Flowers in the home and on the Festive Table makes the Christmas Day more impressive to all; for Flowers alone create an atmosphere of refinement as well as adding to the spirit of enjoyment. As a remembrance for Christmas nothing will be so greatly appreciated as the QUALITY FLOWERS OR PLANTS you can select at OUR STORE AND GREENHOUSES. Be sure and see our Floral Basket Arrangements Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year THE TERRILL FLORAL COMPANY TELEPHONE 577 Solid Xmas Cheer TE are after you Dinner Order with a lot of "good things" to eat. Choice Meats and Poultry of every description. Get your Turkey or Chick- en at this Meat Market all kinds of Poultry stocked by Us and sold to You at the tip top of perfection just ready for cooking. Send in your Holiday Orders now. Prices are right. Lethbridge Meat Market Adjoining Majestic Theatre Phone 635 JOHN MURPHY Proprietor London, Dec. report 01 the British Postmaster-General just is- sued states that thc Imperial penny postage system now embraces the whole of the British Empire, with erica, while remaining stationary as regards numbers, increased in amount extent of Orders from the Dominions-show an increasa Of in number'and in amount. The increase was main- j the exception of Pitcairn. Following ly in remittances from Canada and i oil the reduction 'to a penny per half j ounce on letters from Australia to the rest of the Empire there was an increase of about 33 per cent. in the amount of correspondence from Australia to this country, compared with an increase of about 11 per cent, in the five preceding years. The newspapers, maga- zines, trade journals sent to Canada by magazine post; during 1911 is esti- mated at fhs. coicpared Australia. Estimate'of-weight matter des- patched from the United Kingdom to Canada and .Newfoundland Letters ami postcards, Ibs.; printed papers, commercial papers, samples, Ibs.; sent, from Canada and Newfoundland Kingdom, letters, Ibs.; printed papers, etc., Us. The number.of! parcels despatched to Canada in 1911 Vfas re- with Ibs. in the year prevt- ceived -from Canada, against ous. in :the War prc- Money order to British North Am- nous. Dec. British nav- al authorities have been considerably met by a foreigner, with whom he spent the.evening, returning to Bug- SUFFRAGISTS ARE' MM IN THE OLD them is the severe sug- Lundon, Dec. outlaws This is gestion of u Lomloil lavv.H'r. to the authorities are at their wit's cuds iu dealing .withN the militant HUfTragcttcs. As the women will not obey "man made argues the barrister, they have no right to the protection of those laws. While this newest- proposition is not likely to receive general approv- al, it is admitted that, some way must be found to punish wonien vio- lating t-he, law without .making them martyrs When they were arrested r wholesale-and com- mitted'16 "prison win- dows, attempting to set five to a .Dublin theatre anil For other oifciic- es, they escaped by means of the" "hunger strike." None have hccn he was ar- to naval matters. an I here have been several prosccu- rested. tions oi civilians charged: with It was also faamt tllat 1JarroU these secrets to foreign deposited considerable sums of mon- powers, and one or two men under ey at bank. Ollo of ttK suspicion have been dropped from 01- evidence against the prisoner is the navy. More importance is at- that the hank notes he received had tacned to (he recent arrest of Geo. On one occasion been sent to Cier- probably hunger striker. Many plans, including that oi let- them, starve in prison if they refuse food, have been recommended to the government, but none lias thus far met with acceptance. The law- yer quoted claims to have legal au- thority for his suggestion that the under recent regulations, are in line for promotion to tlie commissioned ranks. ParroU, it; was found, while doing duty at; the school of gunnery, made trips to Ostend, where, according to evidence given against him, he was Germany. siblc by the fact that- at all banks with all a memo rand n in of the numbers of riorcd hy Hank of England notes in the hank's protection possession is made, and the disposi-; pears loo tion made of them. In this case of I he notes had been paid out to travellers, who had changed them in CHRISTMAS WITH THE JACK TARS New York, Dee. 15.000 rile Christmas celebrations. Uncle Sam is going to provide the turkey and many other delicacies, while on and officers and men of the On-.; most or the warships the men them- ited States navy, are In New York 10.'selves have arranged to contribute to- enjoy the Christmas holidays. elaborate spreads. The ClirisU ItelcuK'io Hie fcreat battleships Wab, nias dinners will he followed by .en- Florida, Delaware, 'North DaKotii, tertalnmenls, ranging from spurring Michigan, South Carolina, Vermont.: matches to vaudeville and moving pie- Louisiana, Connecticut, and nearly a dozen other vessels of (he Allan Me fleet, now swinging at anchor in the harbor. The bluejackets are making lintel for horses that will nccommo- the most elaborate preparations for date animals. matches to vaudeville and moving on board ship. Lisbon, Dec. has now In Cormany there is a four-storey of lhQ THE BEST PLACE TO EAT Is Where you Get The Most of the Best for the Money This is the' Place. We are headqiiarLcrs XMAS CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY WALTER MORGAN, Proprietor Phoric 1078 Manager of 'which is to followed by the con- struction oi' some larger ships, tho which are now being pre- pared. The first vessels to be built are two cruisers of tons each; fuur destroyers of from 800 to DOO tons, and two or four suhmergibles. Agents of American shipyards are an-inducement to .some of the smaller yards. Tho Portngiitted navy department has not yet decided what class of larger ships it will or battleships, bnt lias decided, that will be spent on them. It is possible thai ir. will ask contractors to submit plans for certain classes of and the rest. If this ap- radical, he would have declared undesirables, which would place it within the power of any magistrate to order their beyond the shores of ilit: ited Kingdom. Grocery Hampers No. 1O Weight 301b. S lb 1 11) 1 lb Turkey Plum Puddilig Mince Meat. :L box Somebody's Luggagfe 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. H. P. fancy Biscuits 1 lb. Table Kaisius 1 lb. Mixed Nuts. 5 lb. Apples I Special Tea. Price No. 12 Weight 4O lb. 10 lb Turkey i J. lb Cdue Cod 2 -Plum Pudding 1. Ita.-ilinco Meat 1 lb Fip, 2 tine Tomatoes 01 j Uiis uum 1 !i) Cluster Jiaisins 1 tb .Mixed Nuts