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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Kill THE LETJimUDCIE DAILY -HERALD FULL LINE MAKE XMAS 365 DAYS LONG Victrola, HOWJLCSS GRAMOPHONE AND RECORDS YOU CAN DO IT -WITH -A- Vietrala, PRICES. tO tp259 Of IMITATIONS PAYMENTS If DESIRED The greatest Arrisis of the oild, including Caruco Mclba, Tclrazzma make records exclusively for Victor and Berlmcr Instrument- DEALERS EVERY i11 demons rate these inrtj uuients for you A LIST OF POPULARVICTOR RECORDS' 10'incli, Double-faced, SOc. for the two seleclior- 1 Tine Co lint irtH'" n 16308 ( "I'hoHoHon rCurnien Solution (T zclx i lo ill n- I. ro H Rci 10892 Minolta La boht i. (Pum ni) 1M I Gu do Gi mi i 10-inch Victor Record, 90cr "New ColonUI Mirch. H.M. CoMitnui Guwdi VICTOR PUZZLE RECORD 10 inch, Double-Jided, six selection, in one f You Splirh Mo -n! III 1 Alice Uiiyd 'rwm Much BUck DIuMwi B.nJ God Sleu Prince of W.le. Solo txi Ckorui i7innn Howli of OJt Sob ui 181000 i God tho King Srf. Ck Rule Bntinnu and Grtn.elie SUcL Duun.nd Bind f "Billy" Drexini of A 12-inch Pufpla Label, Love a Harry Leu WHY NOT A VICTROLA FOR XMAS? Bcrlker Grara-o-pKone Co. MONTREAL Limited REMEMBER THIS TRADER-MARK AND YOU CAN'T GO WRONG Phone 1265 New Whitney Siindnl Dec mond IT c left on foi hi home in llinneipolis after spending thj. pis Beventeen months at the home of'hls aunt. Sirs. ,C. R. Engcn. Messrs. Kniilson and Tveten wore I.ethbridge callera on Wednesday. F. Hoar called on H. Sevcrtson on Sunday Douglas ilaitidV hei d-iugli ter's on Saturday. The turkey shoot1 at Sundial was well attended. Mr. .Cutler, being crude captured five. Ho says will'go into the poultry business in the spring. Messrs. Logan, Ctmnor and Ken- Ber were Tabor callerg last week. James Drown ia. hfilplng Mr. Elgin slack his grain. C. 1C. Engeli .and Sorn Khutson were TiirlnycaHers on Saturday. Wedding have for Knilmlr Sanders, Jr., o-f rfosemcad. WE Carry the only full and complete line of Victorals and Victors in the City eogeihcr vitji 3000 Records Visit OUR Victor Parlors Today or any other Federal officer in th district was to he interfered wit was without foundation. Congratulations are "extended lo Mr. and Mrs. Kaslmlr Sanders .Jr. We hear that, invitations Imvi to -take place on December 20, at, month nf Barons. Xmas Phot Taken DAY or NIGHT by Electric Light Per Doz. EMPIRE STUDIO Next door to Morris Theatre, Round Street the tliwalteo' home. Mrs. J. C. Uourlle -nd Jlra. Wcl- llnglon, Of Bow-vlllo, :pent Sunday, "at Ilic former's homo. Mrs. Harry Shado, of Roseme-ad, Jn Alex. Thorburn wns a Turin visitor _ 21SSSES fo-r the weil-.lins of Miss Lizzie'..'. Marlon Hunt la again on His home-. Southern Albert, can't be Deal. It Kin, Ho Has, past 1'r a bit or snow on tho ground. Anyone can lio iiroud of. Hying In sncii a country as Uils. Mrs. Engon 'anil Jllns Sophie and H. n. Dunn, took hunclay dinner at a.-nimn'B. 'Harry llnynolds, of Lcst Lake, was n callor week. WISH TO RETAIN MR: A.F. GRADY PSTITION OIRCULATBD IN IE- HALF OF DEPOSED POSTMAS- TER AT MACLEOD iMnclto.1, Deo. have ticeii made to-.Sq'-it.tor.Laujlifed, i and thi! Uouservalive Coiniiiittcu the'-Province, in bi-liall cl I'osiinus-i ter (irndj- ril Maclcod, to the that hi! sirictlj- ol tics during Ihs recent campaigns ami therefore should not.lie removed ironi office. I'remier Uiinlcn lias laid down the riilo that Federal officeholders, unless Ihey' shall have Iwcn parliKan workers in a district die Gov- ernment -candidate, .was1, ilefeated, shall not be eligible for. removal. Tlie decision in 1'ostniaster Gradv's case has not yet In case he is rcmove.-l Postmaster-to-be Mc- Kay will have as his assistant W. W. Smi'th, of Maclcnd. Secretary MacDonncll ni the local Conservative Comniitlce, for so informed the AdveL-ti8cr''repKsenta- ve yesicrday. Mr.' MacDonnell also said that the report that Customs' Officer niggins SUIT FOR SOAP STOCK Cincinnati, Dec. legal con- test for the possession of IW.OOO worth of the stock of tho Proctor fi.' Gamble eoap conccin, win be heard this week. N-i'dlne v.oii Kllfuug Proc- lor alleges that ier husband, Percy Proctor, save her the shares ag an ante-nuptial settlement. Percy Proc' tor, Joseph De Wyckoffv a London at- torney, and .1. Co., London brokers, all lay claim to ownership) of the' stock, and the four-cornered fight promises to bo an' interesting one. BENCHERS WANT TO NOMINATE THINK THAT- THEY SHOULD HAVE VOICE JN .SiELECTJON' OF. JUDGES Calgary, Dec. lively meeting of the members ot tho Law Society of Alberta 'lipld court house on V.'ednesday, when many matters oE interest to litigants were discussed. The main resolution passed was. that the benchers should -he consider- ed in the appointment of the judges. Atter agreeing tuat there be a general meeting of the members or the'society the first mo lion to be passed was Ibat" the judges o[ the supieme court should be prac tltionm of ot least tliree jears' standing before they aie eligible .or the appointment. It, vuis further resolved that a com- mKtee of three be appointcd'to draft u bill providing for the collection of judgment summons 01 collection act procedure, and tujt such bill be foi warded to the attorney-general with the request that it bo mado'irnarf of the statutory law of the'province. Mr. Dlggar put a resolution, that the sheriff upon am execution being put into his lunds be Toq'nired to make an investigation o-r the nropepts ot the debtor, including if'necessary, an ex- amination of the debtoi under oath Also that he should make a report of his examina-tlon. last week. Jlr. anil Sirs. 13. Spencer and dangli i Icr, Alma, nml GCOVKB Sorgn-ird anrti os Mnlhews, ot -rurin, attended j apcis'lest Sunday nt Ooo. [tlio tnrlicy. shoot nt Sundial. Jliss Davlcs, of is'vln- A. Christmas tree niul itins at nor sl-lor's, .Mrs. Win. 'will be tfren In tho Koairair F. Conner visited lira. Ott I school house on December 22. The on Wednesday. entortalninont commences at seven C. K. Ingram nml W. F. Dean call- j o'clock Kvcrybcdy welcome p'd on Dr. Woodcock on Prlilay. and a- ijood time assured to all. The .lonen liron. Jinve pnrclmaKl i Tho McAMIsler llron. imsscd K. A. Kollorimm'o Ibrosliinp: outfit.! en route for l.eth JThoy arc ti'-'od of for thresh-1 brl'Jge on 'Sunday. Ji Tlie present wtather la Sunny C.ilUd "He told nor that he would gladly die for her." same old bluff. Did it catch lor'' 'No.- Sho told him she would gladly let him." MERE ROMANCE BRITISHERS SAY GERMANY FEARFUL THAT RIVAL HAS SECRETS OF WjLHELMS- HAVEN HARBOR Cologne, Dec. Rhenish Wcctpuallau ZeltunK publishes a story of an .llloged discovery of a plan on the part o[ Great Britain to blow up The 2ei- tllllfj profeses (o -have received its information from one ot the. best in- formed officials, who said that the postal autlio-rltics, becoming- suspic- ious ofTepeirted money 'order in favor clock officials and chief mates, finally seized some of the lettera passing, through the' Koslsi Depart." mcnt. These showed that the plans to tho entrances, to Wilhelmshaven war harbor, as well .as-plai'u of the wa ter supply, and the. contents of the secret code book had been betrayed o vlie British Admiralty. The paper points but that with such information at its ..command England could Mow up the entrances-to'tho war harbor at the decisive moment, rendering the harbor utterly and Germany at the very beginning of war helpless to defend herself at sea. To prevent the llireatensd danger, tho Zeiturfg says, a German squad- ron remained for weeks on patrol duty, liecerit conferences between tho Emperor, the. .Minister of Marine, tlie Chief o; tiic Admiralty staff nnd the Chief of the Marine Department dealt 'with this dnnger. A Mere Romsnee London, nee. story that Iho lirltlali Admiralty has secured plans of the docks and'water supply and the secret signal ,codo of Wll- hoIniEhavcn, with' Iho Idea, in event of war, of Mowing up the harbor en- trances, and bottling .up. the Oc-inan fleet, is regarded hero ns a mero romance. ''Tho story, is suppos- ed to Imvo been given by Oc.rmnn of- ficers to thii llhoiiKh Wnstpha'ili'ji is strongly anti-Brit- ish; and the orifan of the war matcr- Jpj tr.vlR, .LYE IFOR MAKINOSOAPI 1 SOFTENING WATER I i REMOVING OLD WINTl I DISINFECTING SINKSJ pCLOSETS.DRAINS.ANDl iFORMAIWOTHERPUBMSOl I THE STANDARD ARnCLEl SOLB EVERYWHERE! STEEL COMPANY ASSETS Seattle, Dec. bank. rupWy for the Western Steel Corpora- tion, showing liabilities of and assets of were filed to-day in the United States dlitrict- court. the liabilities the Iwgestr amount is for secured claims, and the second largest, ta for unsecured claims. Real eitate forms the largest portion of sets, being placed at uation. Machinery is valued at f stock "A Giver is Known 6y His old Proverb Let your gifts afc hol- iday time tie useful and of intrinsic value, which will re- flect your apprecia- tion of the real and beautiful. Such gifts will he us well implied com- pliments to the re- cipients. An exquisite piece of Cut Glass or Ster- ling Silver will meet these requirements." Cut Glass NapplM, ftWi to Bowls. to Water Uottlea, to Cream and Sugars, a pair, to Salt and Peppers, pair, to Vases, Perfums, Fern Bowli, ler Pitchers, Spoon Pow- der Boxes, etc. Sterling Picture 50c to- Manicure Seta to Sterling Pitchers, to Butter Sandwich Plates, Bread Trays, Cream and Bowls, Eon Bons, Muitardt, etc, A. E. EWERT Fewcler, Optician Engraver INVITATION T.O ANYONE- KNOWING OF CHILDREN WHO OTHERWISE WILL NOT ENJOY A TURKEY DINNER ON CliniTMAS DAY AHE COBDIALLY IN- VITHD TO. COMMUNICATE WITH THE UNDERSIGNED, AS THE ODDFELLOWS OF THE CITY ARE PROVIDING A DINNER IN THE ODD- FEfAOWB' HALL .AT 12 NOON SHARP ON CHRIST- '.MAS DAY, AND A-TICKET. WILL BE SENT, SO THAT NO CHILD IN THIS CITY SHALL BE WITHOUT THEIR .TURKEY AND PLUM PUDDING. GEO. B. WELLER, 520 12th'St. South. JAS. LOCKWOOO, 413 4th Avc. South. Uin Inv. Co. ;