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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. December 2.'5. 19.12. Tin; DAILY HERALD A Good Thing will Not Last Long Dominion Square is soiling very rapidly. You will be sorry when spring conies that you wore not one of (he early investors in this property. Every lot a building- proposi- tion, high, dry, find level. Use a little fore-sight and buy now. Call at our office ,or phono 1235. Mitford Co., Owners Opposite Herald Without Money and Without Price Section 20, Township 2, Ilangc 23, five miles east of Wool- ford, hi the worhl-famed Winter Wheat district, of acres broke, three miles fence. You can have this section of land for one-half of Seven. Crops, if you are the right man, and have got the otuflt to do with. No Interest, no price on the land. Just a straight one-halt.' of sewn crops. Who's it? O. T. LATHROP Clifford Block Parma Fire Inturance Money to Loan CHEAP HOMES 5 room, 2 storey house, on 1 1-2 lots, near GalbraUU 575.00 cash, monthly. Five roomed, fully modern cottage, on one lot. ball block from car line, balance in five years. The C B. Bowman Agency ELABORATE 'FUNCTION AT- EN- THRONING OF NEW ARCH- BISHOP OF TORONTO Toronto, Doc, Catholics of this city today formally received ArchbiKhop Neil McN'oIIl, new head of ihe arch-diocese of Toronto, fn the presence of the apostolic delegate, Mgr. Slagni, of Ottawa, who celebrat- ed the pontificial Ma KB, and oilier dis- tinguished members ol the church from various parts of the Dominion, the entl iron in Jit Ion of Bishop McNeil. took place. Among those present at the impressive funciion, in addition to Mfjr. Stugni, were: Bishop Fa 11 on. of London; Bishop JJowiing, Monsiftnor Xlealayis, of'Vic- toria; Mgr. MoCann, Dr. Burke, Roche. Dean Hand, Dean Mona, Dean .Morris Rev. Father Minehan, Rev. Father Do- lard, Her. Father O'Sullivan, Father Smythc, Rev. Father Me Brady, and Rev. Father Ryan, CORNER STONE WAS WELL AND TRULY LAID BY POPULAR PASTOR ACADfA BLOCK. PHONE 1324, Largely through the efforts of Rev. Air. Grant, pastor of St. Paul's First .utheran cimi'uh of this city, the conjugation of that church will soon lave a handsome and commodious cdilicc for their religious services. Nast spring a movement was started o raise a building fund for; the and the 'members of-the con- gregation, besides a number of iiisiness men, subscribed to the so that it was possible to lay the corner si one of the new house of. worship yesterday. The church'is situated on the cor- ner of Glh Avc., and 15th 'St., S., a croud present for I he occasion. Services first held hi HIP parsonage where all re- ligious services taken place for the past two years. lion- Krv. Mr. (irant preached a sermon suitable to tlie occasion, after which all went to the nciv eliurch to take part in thy .laying of the corner stone. This ceremony was performed by Kev. (Irani with the usual service. In the corner stone were placed a copy of the. Bible in Knglisli, the Swedish New Testament, ilie con- fessions of the Lutheran church, cop- ies of tiie News and Herald, and a history of Hie. church with pictures of ilic building committee ami the pastor. The members of the congregation consider that they room for con- gratulation in the success of their Only a couple of years ago there was no united congrega- tion of that religious denomination in ilit! city. Now they have under way a church much more commodious than many of-the churches first erect- by other religious denominations n Lcibbridge. The building and church committee s comprised of S. Crest, .1. C. Geiger, Frank'Powell, Harry Nrelson, Secretary-A.'W. Kress and'Treasur- er S. Cri'sl. MELBOURNE ARGUS SAYS UNION- 1ST POLICY WILL STRAIN IMPERIAL RELATIONS Winnipeg, Dec. Nicholas Church on McGregor street was today the scene of, a magnificent celebra- tion, when his Grace Bishop Budka, of the Rutheniaii church, 'who arrived in Winnipeg from. Austria on December 19, was enthroned in his new episcopal seat. A. dinner was offered to his Grace by the BaBilicaii -fathers, the guests Including Archbishop Langevin, Fa- ther Sahil, provincial of the Oblate Fathers. Father Cowley, from St. Ignatius church, Fort-Rouge, and Fathers Jou- bart, Sabourin and Claveloux. London, Dec. Melbouri Argus, in commenting on Booar Law speech for a colonial conference taxation, declares this is a new tui in taxation reform. "The agitation may he producUv of good results not only to the Unioi late, buj also to the Kmplre. The Im perial bond will be strained, to th breaking point, if the people of th United Kingdom are led to belief they arc being taxed for the emer icy oC the Dominions. Ry the Conduct the tariff reformers are pu ting an intolerable strain on the a of the conservative element of their own party. The promised re striction on food stuffs is the onl beginning. Tn Australia, Canada an the United States, the system beln low duties, which were constant! raised by the demands of the intereni The most dangerous proposal put ward by Bonar Lft'w is .that of aul raiding the matter to a colonial con ference." QUEBEC "LEGISLATURE PROROGUED SATURDA Quebec, Dec. Quebec Legis lature was prorogued on Saturday, a rer a session lasting from November 5 The House assembly concluded t await the action of the council to fin sh nt one o'clock. The Lteutenani Governor, who was waiting in his o; ficc, then entered the council cliam her and gave assent to a number o- bills passed during the session. A he concluded his address the cloc commenced striking up the midnigh hour. A method of hardening gold and silver by small amount of titanium as an .alloy has been pat- ented by a New York corporation. WIRELESS ON STEAMERS London, Dec. a. Board o Trade commission, Roar-Admiral Ingl field, secretary of Lloyd's, stated tha there arc 1.705 foreign-brand steam ers fitted with wireless telegraphy. MILD WEATHER IS CAUSING FOOD SHORTAGE TOflmoiiton. Dec. high temperature is the principal cause as- signed for (.he shortage oi' provisions :it Groiiard, a town of 1000 population at. the head Slave Lake, 350 miles north of Edmonton. George Harvey, 'manager for 'the Hudson's Bay company in that district, report- ed on arriving Iniru today that, there is no snow and the lake is not frozen, making' freighting an impossible, task over the government trails, lie says the people are living chiefly on game. which Is abundant In the district. Tlie ,4tori-: Hour, bacon and other pro- visions, laid in last, 'winter, has he- coin e ex ha nstod. 'There is no suffer- ing. Kreigiitcrti are in readiness in Kdimmton. Kdson and Athabasca to make trips !o the north country as soon as there is snow io cover the road.s. flavor Spencer acted as toast- master with C. 3. Tingle, in the vice chair. FIGURES T IX TEKKIJ3LE MUHD EE.MYSTEKY 2TEAR FLE8EEHTOX, ONT. AUCTION SALE' Farm Stock and Implements MONDAY, DEC. 30th, at 1 o'clock sharp 'AT N. H. MURRAY'S SARM, N. Half 31-7-20, one mile west of Wilson Siding 1 Black gelding, about I'jOOTbs; Abe. 12 years old. 1 bay getting about. 1500 IDS; Dan, 11. years old. 1 Bay gelding, about ll'iOms; Lee. 10 years old. 1. Bay gelding about ISOOlbs; .Tim. S years old. i Sorrel gelding, aobut LOOOlbs; Dick. 13 years old. Bay mure, about tlOOlbs; Queenie. 9 years old. 1 Sorrel CJolding, about Duke, in years old. I Sorrol Gelding, about l.'iOOIlm; Prince. 10 years old. ,1. Brown Mare, about: MTiOIbs; Laurie. S yoiirs old. 1 Bay Ala re, about. iriTiOlba; Jfisste. 7 ynsirs old. 1 Bay Marc :ibou( tiiOOnjs; Bessie. 10 years old. I. -Bay Gelding about. l-lSOllrs; Prince. years'old. 1 Day Stallion Colt, nboiit TOOlba; six months old. AM teams with harntss. Threo himljpv wagons and boxes. Two Seed drills; three disc harrows. Tliree lever looth harrows. Two Emerson sulky plows. One Verity sang plow. Two McCoriniclv mowers. Two Deer-ins KiRlit-l'oot hinders, One liny rakn 10 sweep; mm iiay rake 12 ft. sweep. One .12-foot, corrugated packer. One walking plow. ALL V IX GOOD ORDBR. A snap Tor boniotseaderH or anyone in need of any of the above iirilclce. for they all must be sold as I am nto the stock business. Terms on Stock and Implements AH sums of and under cash; over that amount three months credit on furnishing approved joint notes. Eight per cent off for cash on alt credit amounts-and 8 percent interest on all credit amounts. N. H. MURRAY, Proprietor J. A. SMiTH, Auctioneer, 7 Thoro will alfto be offered for sale and any reasonable price will ho accepted; 800 acres, ,ill of Section 13-7-20 and N. 12-7-20. 1? from LeUihrfdge on C. I1. R. Terms. 1-3 cash balance on easy pnymenlB at U per cent. Will sell to suit purchaser in one-quart tir sections or in bulk. WILD SCENE IN ONTARIO CITY ALL OVER ARREST OF INDIAN Brantford, Dec. eleven o'clock on Saturday night ;i mob, v.'hicli numbered two thousand, stoned the police station, smashing every window in the building. The arrest of V. Markle, an Indian, 'was the cause ot the trouble. Markle resisted arrest, and several citizens went to Constable Stewart's assistance. A largo crowd gathered, jind the con- stable and his charge were jostled and roughly handled. A man named Wai- ley was arrested on a charge o[ inter- fering. The arrest of Wai ley angered tlie mob. and hundreds of bricks and stones were hurled through the po- lice station windows. Mayor Man man was sent. for. and he immediately dispersed the croivri. The assault on the is thought, to have been the culmination of the recent arrest of a girl for alleged in fanticlde. OLD-TIME JOURNALIST DEAD Ottawa, Doc. R. Dew- burst, a former editor of tile Brantford Courier, and for tho past thirty years a clerk in the correspondence branch of the Department of Agriculture here, died suddenly of heart failure today. He was 74 years of age, and a native of Copenhagen. Lev: McAllister Is mentioned for the position o{ manager of the I-on- don club, v Only One more Shopping Day to Christmas Have you decided upon your gifts yet? If not como in, and see our selection in Electrical Goods. We are showing a splendid linn in Kifctrical Toasters, Per colaliM's, Irons and Chafing Dishes, any of which will make- useful and appropriate gifts. We also have a line of elec- trical jn Railways, Wind- mills, Batteries and Motors, any of which will bring delight io the hearts of boys of all apes and which provr; novel and in- sintctive toys. The Leicester Electrical Co. S. O. E. BUILDING 10th St South. Phone 1332 IS 10 ARBIMfE WILL BE CHAIRMAN OF BOARD OF CONCILIATION IN KOO- TENAY MINERS' DISPUTE Nelson, B.C., Dec. II. Bul- lock Webster, a Victoria barrister, for some years resident in Nelson, will be chairman of tlie board of con- ciliation appointed by the Minister of Labor to investigate tho dispute which has arisen between tho miners and mine-owners in Kootenny, with regard to the demand for an increase of cents per day wages. C. II. Hamilton, 1C. C., represented the minn operators on the board, and John Hennett, of Fcrnie, is the re- presentative of the minors. Tlie board j will convene in Nelson for a first sit- ting on .lanmiry ll. Table Wines for the Holidays .1 We can provide at exceptionally low prices all the many kinds of liquid refreshments that are needed for the Christmas table !o fthe and _. ___0_ Juscipus cordials, which, so gracefully, aid di- gestion and bring sataisi'action and c'ontent-' :ment to the diner. Whiskies and Brandies Of the best known make, from 1.00 per bottle "P Table Wines Port, Sherries and Clarets, the best, products of the vineyards Something New Sparkling Demi-Sec. Champagne, made and bottled in France Sold tn Splits, 60c each "This is the Christmas gift we send, In a spirit of toleration. A With only one'warning to you, my friend', To use it in moderation." Washing all bur patrons a very Merry Christmas aiid a Bright and Prosperous Ne-w; THE LETHBRIDGE WINE I SPIRITHOUSt Phone 1734, Begin Blocfe. Canadianijpacific Railway Home Visitors' United States Points Return Fare from Lethbriclge 3Iinneapolis or St. Paul Duluth Chicago, Kansas City CORRESPONDING FARES TO MANY OTHER POINTS. TICKETS ON SALE DECEMBER 1at to 31st, 1912. RETURN LIMIT THRIE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE. For further particulars oil on S. B. Mitchell, Ticket Ajsnt, Lethbrldge, or wrKte to R. G. McNEILLiE, patriot Passenger Agent, Calgary. E BREAKERS TO KEEP HAR BORS IN CHIPMENTS PRAYING OF AU, KINDS, Western Transfer Co., Ltd. Frer.Bht 1W4 COULDN'T STAY AWAY FROM HOME life. alias f'rmvn, an escaped convict from the Washington State reformatory at .Monroe. was arrested hero early this morning. He is a Canadian by birth and formerly resided In Ot- tawa, lie was serving; an indetermin- ate sentence for burglary at Monroe, Wash., and escaped on June IS, of this year. Tim ludii'.s wen- honoral hy a elinr- actcrislic, speech hy ex-Mayor Cousins, Ottawa, Dec. are ing completed by the government have ice breakers keep the harbors Fort. William and Port Arthur opon itil January 20, in order that the vea- ls which are wintering there may be le' to move from dock to cloak to on grain. W. .1 .Carson, of the marine depart- cnt, is already at the head of'the tos io look after the work, and to 'c every assistance from a marine nrlpoint in facilitating the grain ovement. Despite the enormous crop, the Ijrain is moving' tills yeur with less complaint than for years. There has been little car blockade, and so far no congestion at the head of tho lakes, such as upset business conditions in the west last winter. Official figures of the amount of grain which has been shipped from the head of. tho lakes up io the close of navigation luive not yet been received at Otta- wa, hut up to November 31, the shipments were sixteen million bush- els increase over last year at the same date, while the total receipts show bushels increase; SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO John Billings Company Winnipeg and Lethbridge Daily prices by wire-or Messrs Asquith and Lindsay's Office DOMINION BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.' Phone 1714 P. O. Box 278 STRIKE IN SHIP YARDS Kiel, Germany, Dec. strike broke out today at Krupp's Germanla ship building yards, tieing. up the'work of construction of three Germ.an bat- tleships. SPORfEL IS FREE MAN Reginq, Dec. Sportel, who arrested recently on the charge of being implicated In tho murder of Ralph Warwick, at. Hockey. Lake, Sask., last month, was yester- day released hy the aiithoritlca. The crown prosecutor had not sufficient evidence against him Io bring him to trial. Mrs. Warwick, who wan nrreHt- ed at (he fianie time, Is still held find will receive a preliminary hea-riny; onl Tuesday next. Sole Selling ..One fine situated lot on 9th Street South (near Third Avc, South) Ono and Two Years The Dowjley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th St. ;