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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta WILL W VOTE ON PRESBYTERIANS WILL BE CALL- ED.ON TO VOTE ON REVISED BASIS UNION Toroiuo, Out., Dec. Union coinmituv of thu gi'i assembly of (he Presbyterian clnirv in Canada maib hea.lway tht'h' recent tlie members the Presbyterian church will b askfil to vote in tho amalgamation o tlui Presbyterian, Methodist anil Coi grttgaiional churches over again. Tli ionfj considered by the uuio committee are 'being put in concrei form mid when- presented to the nex menUnij; of the general assembly vvi" form, to a certain extent, a basis of union and amendments wil be made in the original propose Imsis of union and additions made When this jy compluted tlie new bas prepared by the. Presbyterians wil fie seat down tliroiigh the variou church courts and'then to the inili virtual members to vote upon. Tli Methodists ami members 01 tlie Con gregalional body voted upon Ua pro posed hasis ot union as pi'esunted li iho I'resljyterians. V.'hetlier or no; action qf the "Presbyterian unioi connnittee- will change the entire attitude of- the other' two chureheti remains to be seen. 1EKOFI ChieaRO, JH.; Dec. Vitzger aid, former assorting teller in Stales treasury at Chicago charged with the theft of from the government, in February 1907, was found not guilty by a jurj in Federal Judge Carpenter's court to day. The verdict was read in court short- ly after noon today. Tlie case was given.to the jury at five o'clock yes- terday afternoon. The trial was be- gim on November 12. Tlie courtroom wag'crowded when ine verdict watj read, and friends of tbe defendant applauded, but quickly were quieted by the bailiffs. Fitzgerald wept for joy when the finding of the jury was made publi und threw his anng around the neck of bis attorney. WILL SEE THIS CHAP SAFELY OUT Of TROUBLE Vesoull, Prance, "Dec. Ger- man aviator 'who landed at Favnay in his bi-plane-yesterday, and whose ma- chine was seized by the French police, lias proved to he a Gorman non-com- missioned army officer, named Zelffu. He was dressed in the uniform of the German military flying corps. lie declared today he had undertak- en to follow the course the canal from Mulhanseii, in Alsaflce-TjCraine to tbe fortress of Strassburg, but. bad lost his way. The French military governor of the .fortress of Belforf, has sent a detach- ment of tbe flying corps to assist; ZeiCfa in the resumption of his flight GERMANS BREAKING INTO POETRY OVER WAR Spokane Humorist Works off Some Funny Stuff Worth Reading Spokane, Wash., Dec. poetry and prose the Germans are rat- lying in a battle of wit and humor in answer to a satire on the German- trained Turkish troops, written by Capt. GRO. Suenonberg of I he United States army, who is stationed at Fort George Wright in Spokane. CapL Stuent-nlierg, lia'ilnd as the pcet laureate of the army, recently had the Kiplingescnic verses published in the Army Navy Journal, calling forth a note, with the Stucncnberg name on the envelope, from Genera! Leonard Wood, Tlie first to enter the list in opposi- tion to tlie captain is 'Arthur von Pnl- aski of Spokane, formerly a German, ollicor and at one time colonel in the service of the Sullun. After declaring1 Express the Christmas Spirit in proportion to their appropriateness. FURNITURE lifelong in its roll of friendships token, is the gift par excellence GREAT STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS The Newest, Best, and Most Wanted of Everything, at the very best prices 2O per cent Discount for Cash off everything in our Store from now until December 24th. That's our' Christmas Story More could not be said if we wrote pages. The Store is open, come "Elastic" book cases English, finishes. Top, base, 10% are tlie best. In Earned, Golden or Early and Complete this for ,fiiy.25. 20 per cent Off 20% DISCOUNT FOR OFF EVERY- Carpets. Linoleums Curtains Scrims Beds Dining1 Sets Just the thing for her china. We are showing a fine assort- ment of these in different Bin- ing 'Piuom finishes. Prices to 20 per cent Off 20% DISCOUNT FOR CASH OFF EVERY- THING Brass Goods Art Pottery Baby Carriages Sleighs Morris Chairs. Conches. Music Cabinets (.five her ti nice Secretary this Christmas. Our stock is large and comprises rU-oldeu 'Fumed and Early English finishes. Prices to 20 per cent Off Your Money is worth as much in Christmas Presents as anything. Why that soon fade from sight and memory? Buy Furniture and reap the genuine something really useful. waste it in trivial things gratification of having -given Store Open Saturday, Monday and Tuesday Evenings till 10 p.m. The Store They All Talk About 709 3rd Ave. S. AWDEN BROS. Lethbridge's Greatest House Furnishers The Store They All Talk Abort Phone 625 that the Turkish army is no longer lisciplined by German methods, Vbu ulaski designates tlio Stiieuenberg verses as the "penny-ante sort.'' He .Meanwhile Stnenenberg, being an army oliiccr, has said nothing, imt (lie world having a good laugh over swinging verses. suggests (hat the captain's lileraryf And now Stanley Mayall, a promin- .alents might nrolitably be directed .owanl composing a good marching song for the army. enL Spokane miimiraetiirer, leaps lightly into the saddle of Pegasus with the- following: hark, you .Onkel Samuel; Von der is more als Frenchmen, wot's far across der see. f got a lot or Gaul, Hier kommi in answer, .lust j In fact, when first such stuff fcninaus, hear ciiinml to me. der Yankee got moat all: Vielleicbt we jots! can fight no more; j Und Slrasaburg pies und Munich tiier und zu felt am to run. But we can do odder dings besides use Hwonl or sun. linrl cnndieil fruit Item They ain't, no fitting lighting which Kaiser Wil! forgets. "We got a scent called cud do Koln, und auch de Limber? cheese, Uuml from our Holstein cattle we cut Hamburg steaks init ease; We have some '.Mans auf dor Rhine, und rats-kellers to show Und sanpr kraut und lleb fraumilch, und udder dings also. "Und vonce jf I get real piatt, I'll take mein Haciialiund dog, Und drop him .in der worst machine und grind him. op in-cog; Vnd.feed him to der Yankee haid ft'ot says wo cnnnot tight, Und give him such a" nightmare his ".life's cur-tailed mit fright." Turkeys We Have the Largest and Choicest stock of Fresh Killed Poultry to choose from in the City P. BURNS COMPANY, Ltd Phone 1388 Phone 1388 ;