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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY IIEKALT) DONT WORRY ABOUT ME Letters From a Deep Sea there I was a-settin' on the bloomin' buoy anj smokm a pipe o' PINNACE cool an' easy, wile the Bos'nup an'pipes away the port pinnace for'Man An11 sits there, an' w en they comes within ail, the Cox'n, 'e as. the bloomin' brass to 'ail me, 'I'm a-goin( to cast yer this 'ere An' I ails back to 'im, "Ang onto yer rope, I 'arve the finest tobacco right We now that King George's navy ever smoked'. 'Right-o mate, give us a pipe o' PINNACE, 3 Medium and Full. 3 4 and 8 oz. OUTDOOR SMOKE. SOU} THE WORLD OVER. QET A AMD CHJOV IT TO-DAY. Made by the B.C.V. People, London, England. F. W. Dimock, "Toronto, Direct Representative !OI We can provide at exceptionally low prices all the many kinds of liquid refreshments that are needed for the "Christmas table Wines o ft In; purest grades mid vintage; luscious cordials, wliic.h so gracefully aid di- gestion and bring witaisfaction ami content- ment the diner. Whiskies and Brandies Of the best known make, from 1.00 pci- bottle Tabk Winss Port, ami Cha-ets, the of the CHUCK CUARK TURNS DOWN -PRO. OFFERS Something New Spiivkling Demi-Sec. niiide and bottled in I1' ranee Hohi in Splits. GOu'eadi "This is tlic Christmas gift we send, in A sjiirit of toleration. With only one warn ing to yon. my friend, To use it in moderation." Doesn't Care to Experiment and Will Continue in Calgary Amateur Hockey Calgary, Dec. Clark, j last year's sensational goallendcr of the Calgary A. team, has jinnounc- ed that he would be in Calgaiy for {.ho whole hockey 'season this year, and would probably line up with the Tigers. "Chuck" has many offers to tryouts in professional company, hoth in East- ern and Western Canada, and his de- cision comes after turning down a good offer from Ottawa early this sea. son. "Chuck" turned down tlje east- ern offer with tlufiights of going west, and has been in communication witli the Patricks for some time past. The Pairicks had the three good goal guar- dians which they need, and the conso- tiucnco is that "Chuck" would have to inke up the trill at his o'wn expense, I and trust 1o hcing able to do one of Hie prercm men out of a job. When lie recoived his letter from the Pat- ricks. "Chuck" determined lo remain iu fills city for another winter. IT WAS BOILING WATER AND IN- SPECTOR TOOK HAND IN THE GAME Vancouver, li. Dee. the result of a campaign conducted by Inspector Robinson of the Society lor the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- mals, with the object of putting a j slot) to cruelties as practiced hy Orientals in tliis city on email ani- raais, Low Cluing Hun, and Long Choo, tailor an.1 assistant ively; have hcen_ arrested and art charged with torturing three ral-.i. Dun's tailor shop at 306 Cordova street, east, was entered by the in- spector early one morning aml three, sirttll rats were found in a cage hor- I'iJily burned anil suffering agony from having boiling water poured on them. In giving his evidence before, the court, Inspector Hobinson stated that this was one of the most dis- graceful cases of the wanton cruelty that lie had ever had the misfortune to witness for, judging from the Con- dition of the unfortunate rats, fiend- ish delight had been taken by the C'ciestials in pouring the boiling li- quid on the animals in small iniau- titics. I he case was 'adjourned for fur- ther evidence, Choo implicated his employer and Hie two arc held In the cells. "In cases of tin's said In- spector Robinson, "the Chinese are by far the most cruel and cold-blood- cd of any race that I know of, re- peatedly taking small animals such as rats, rabbits and Guinea pigs and subjecting them to the most revolt- ing tortures for the mere pleasure of watching their organized struggles: I have known as many as twenty Chinese to gather delightedly around the death struggles oi sonic unfor- tunate creature and excitedly bet on_ thc length of time which would elapse before it succumbed. I am going to keep right .on after this disgrace to a British city and to the-best of my ability and power to stamp it out." THE TURKEY, THE CRANBERRIES, THE PUDDING, THE PIE-ALL WILL TASTE BETTER IF "ALBERTA'S BEER IS SERVED .WITH THE DINNER. "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER, CLEAN AND WHOLESOME, ENCOURAGES THE APPETITE AND AIDS DIGESTION. YOU MAY BE THANKFUL FOR SUCH A PURE, SATISFYING, INEXPENSIVE BEVERAGE. TELEPHONE US AND OUR WAGON WILL CALL TO-DAY. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 EASTERN HOCKEY Berlanguette, who signed with Can- adieus, is also claimed liy the Halifax Crescents. He is a Hnileyburv hoy. Fred Prnvey denied that he signed with Canadians. FED, AND .SEEM ABLE TO FORAGE FOR THEMSELVES Dec. private, letter from an Eiilish volunteer serving with a Macedonian band accompanying'the forces of the Bulgarian General Kov- atcheft' has found its'way into print in London. The writer says: "The English soldier generally in- sists on getting his mess tin full of coffee or tea before starting for the day's inarch, but these mpu secui happy if they get something to eat at any time they can get it. They have had neither tea nor coffee nor any eth- er beverages hut water since we start- ed, and the water they must for themselves. They seem as easy to feed HE tho Japanese who can subsist First Application Darkens the Hail1 A SIMPLE REMEDY GIVES.COL- OR STRENGTH AND BEAUTY TO THE You don't luivo to have gray hair or faded hair if you don't want to. Why look old or unattractive? If your hair is gray- or faded, you .can change it easily, quickly arid hy using -Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur. Hair Remedy.- Apply a little tonight and in the morning yon will he ajreeably surprised at the results from a single applica- tion. .The gray hairs will be less conspicuous a tow more applications will be restored to natural color. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur also quickly removes dandruff, leaves scalp clean and and pro- motes .the growth of the hair. It is a clean wholesome dressing which may be used at any time with perfect safety.- .i.. Get a fifty cent bottle from your druggist today, and see iiow quick- ly it will restore the youthful color and beauty of your hair and for- ever end the nasty dandruff, hot, Itchy scalp and falling hair. All druggists sell it under guarantee that the money will be refunded if you are not satisfied after a fair trial. Agents: ,T. D. Higinhotham Co., druggists. Not for many years have the Otta- was had material. on ricp alone. The food they get, how- ever, is excellent, and plentiful when they get II. About two pounds of wholesome bro'tvn bread, better than that the German soldiers, and regimental stew flavored with homely onions (much appreciated by the Bulgarians, and made palatable OUR GUEST FOR A YEAR Calgary, Dec. year in jail at Lethbridge fur stealing 570, was the sentence given J. A. Jordan, In the ;l police court today. THE Queen's Hotel Royal View, Alberta, (6 milet north at Lethbrldml Steam Heat Electric ,Light. All Modern Conveniences. R. C. FITZSIMMON8, PROP. PHONE 1B24 information and Inquiry Fureau Phone 744 Debt Collectors _JU-------- Private Inquiry Agents All Work Strictly Confidential such H youthful batch oi wjth Now and then the Punch Broadbent and .lack men arc served with rations of kasil- Bulgarian cheeso, wiiicit Darrayh are 21; Angus Dufour is 20, and Clint Benedict Jl. -Tom Westwick i strongly resembles Ihe Dutch. The and Joe ncnison are about and men arc thus well fed and remarkably fckcnp Ilonan admits (hat. hs has! few have gone sick so far, passed his 23rd summer. Hamby many show signs of footscreness, all Shore will be the oldest and most ex- are in tho host of spirits and eager to pcrlenced member of Pctie Croon's in Captive Yet By tlif class or pluyurs .Uana.noi1 j Nicholsuu is fisynins For the Tfecnmseli team, he is going In li'avo a bunch win make ether dribs rospea. them anyway. Smith, McGregor, Xamrmi broilie-is arc all lifg strong, ;iml afraid nf nolhiiuv. come, to cloKL1 grips wiih the heredit- ary fot-. Sevcnty-flve per cent, of our men are natives of Adriauople, and liavn lived all their lives under Turk- ish rulo. Cindnnali, Ohfo Miprn ;.s a liih-h of nrran cmcnL Clmncc, Dec. Thit n il.c much-la! ed hy win h Franiv of .the Chi- T ill I our patrons a very Merry BriU'ht and Prosperous THE I'hoiH' League club, would of the New York Am- erican team became known here to- day President August Hermann the Cincinnati Club slated that he the former Chi- cago club manager. Tinker arrived heru from Chicago today is Enid -will sign his i contract ni, once. FORCE IS 1II OVER 40000 EMPLOYED IN FIN- ISHING STAGES OF THE CANAL. j iuvayi Wnsliington, D.C., L'T-O. ihu Panama nunrs complotion, and i en December 1, only one-seventh of i the- eiiiiro excavation remained to be Urn worUJng force is in- creasing greatly in number. There now is at v-'or kon tho canal and the _____ i mill-old the lareeat lorcts in thn canal j history: persons, according- to tu Hiimiiton to ;.liow its! the canal records. Of these. a hockey city. The smaller [few women and Cbiueso, all'are men, :i as Stratford and Prosionjand are Americans, mad. and gaiiit-.s in oitherj Hisli tension cr.ri'ejns of electricity hiinnier j ssre unfid in ononiliiif; tiie cnnal ma- Torcmio ciiinory, and as to the Panama Hail- pJayqd Mot'f1 Victorias throe years '.vill join the Teeiimseh team on I'lon day. It's up wortb as i towns, iitc are (Hffiu clilrs wi As fu- i grouped wlih Alerts. fan lio coiinfr-d on lo flit in i ho Cil.v, ilnmilion l.iv, CHIf'll if) SfHllf nm rlion-Ii h is hf; in hoc-key. Sinvoyj: nrr under for tho Td, :trr to UJIITV the- itict c f ,vit-f- across Itif; 1-slh- uvn- wliii-h will gem olcctri- AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements MONDAY, DEC. 30th, at 1 o'clock sharp N. H. MURRAY'S FA.RM, N. Half 31-7-20, one mile of Wilson Siding 1 Bifid: gelding, iibout. loOOlba; Abe. 12 years old. 1 bay gelding- iibout Dan, :U years old. t Bay gelding, nboiit lloOlbs; 10 years old. 1 geicllng about 12001bs; .Tfm. 8 years old. I Sorrel gelding, aobnt LOOOlbs; Dick. IS years old. 1 Hay marc about llOOlbs; Queenie. 9 years old. I Sorrel Gelding, about 12501os; Duke. 10 years old. I Sorrel Gelding, about ISOOlbs; Prince. 10 years old. 1 Itrown Mure, about MTiOlbs; Laurie. S years old. 1 Hay Mure, about Jessie. 7 yearn old. J Bay .Mare about lljOOlbs; Bessie. 10 years old. I Hay Grilling about 1-iSOlbs; Prince. 9 years old. I Bay Stallion Colt, about 7001ns; six mouths old. AM teams with harness. TbrPe lumber wagons and boxes. Two'Seed drills; Ibree disc barrows. Tlm.'p Itvcr toolb harrows. Emerson sulky plows. One Verity gang plow. Two McCcimick mowers. Tv.-o Deerlng Eight-foot binders. One hay lake 10 ft. swoop; one hay rake 12 ft. sweep Ono 11-foot corrugated packer, One walking plow. ALL MACHINERY IN GOOD ORDER. A snap for horaetseaders or anyone In need of any of the busies8' a" be "m lnto th Terms on Stock and sums of and under- cash, over that amount three months credit on furniahlng approyM joint natw. Eight per cent off for cash on all credit jmounti ind 8 per cent interest on all credit amounts. N. H. MURRAY, Proprietor J. A. SMITH, Auctioned , Jlso ue oD'ered for sale and any reasonable price 800 acres, all of Section 13-7-20 and N. W. 1-4 12-7-20, miles irom Leihbridgn on c. I'. 11. Terras. i-3 cash balance on easy nl. n pur cent. Will sell lo suit purchaser In ono-riuartcr sections or in bulk. ;