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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. Dcc'eniber HU2. Till: LKTITIWIDGK DAILY HURALI) m Will there be a Victrola in your home this Christmas? You can search the whole world over and not find another gift that will bring so much pleasure to every member of the family. Any His Master's Voice dealer in any town or city in Canada will gladly play any music you wish to hear. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE CO., LIMITED, MONTREAL. WE Carry the Only full and, Complete Stock of Victor-Victrolas in the City together with 3000 records. Visit our Victor Department today and hear your: favorite songs by the world's best artists We will open our New Store at 404 Fifth St. South, in the Bryan Block, on the main floor, with strictly- modern, sound proof demonstration parlors. Mason Risch, Ltd. Victrolas on Easy Payments Dominion Block Robert- son's Book Store for Victrolas and Records VJCTOR-VICTROLA XVI, Mahogany or Oak OFF NEWFOUND LAND CAUSEp LOSS OF 22 LIVES St. Johns; N.' jr'.i-.fcec. 33. The Funioss line steamer Florence, bound from Halifax "for'Liverpool via "St. Johnsi was wrecked near Cape llaco, Friday, 'witii' ;Y Ibbs'' Dt 22 "men in- cluding Caplaiu liarr. Tbe mate and four sailors were saved af- ter being adrift in a boat for two ilays. If- is believed the steamer carried no iiay.songecs. Captain of the su-amer, and all hia men, tried to the shor after the vessel struck the inaccessi to cliffs of-St.- Shots, which prevented escape. The big tide, backed up by the south-wifst gale1, made it impossible 1o remain then1 ami all Jiftnris were obliged TO put back to the .ship -which pounding heav- ily. Captain liarr felt uonTuient ibai the wind would go but. :-rc- onil m.ate, J. l-itiriley, volunteered U> take four nifiti in one oi ibfi chip's boats am! seek a mou- landing place furtht'u along tlu1 coast. 'In the heavy tin1 captain .was unwilling to risk ili'i: Mvrs and pave his consent to ihe sucuml mate's ex- prtiitiuii with great rclnct.ancr. With rtifliculty Ilrdlry pilot- ed liis small boat along coast until lie .-iaw a break in line of clifis. tin-. DOM; of 4hc hoar directly into tho .surf liu avoided the outlying rocks and un the crest of u great breaker, ran bis craft in witbout beiiis; uj'set- Tuinb- linc o'li; hastily_lo avoid tiring SUI.-A-i eil hack by the undertow, the. I and his four mm their Voat up to tin: t.i'aoh out of reach oi the sea. i 1 ne wind and sea in the liad The combers brokn conliimtousiy over (he deck5 of the vessel -.vbicli was i-riiuliirj; beivily nil tho rue ;s, Itudicy mid bis men searclied in for some path by whicli (lie clili be ncaleil or tl'C crew C't he Kiwi'iire helped. The LORD :NORTHCLIFFE CONTROLS DAILY MAIL AND L. GARVIN MAKES OPPOSITION coast in that vicinity was uninluib- j ited- Tbe few fishermen's huts were deserted for the winter and Hertlcy had to take refuge [or the night in one of these abandoned sh'abks. At daybreak Saturday Ileillcy found that the wind had-' been steadily in- creasing. Hurrying back "to the point} off Florence lay be could .-sec no sign oi her cargo oE lumber. sup'.ivurs Md jnmle j a' long but" fruitless "search albn'g the i shore for some trace of their ship- j -._________ mates, they started for St. Shb'tts, I ..the nearest inbahited place several! London, Uec. Tall Mall i miles distant J Two oi them ;were. so publishes a remarkable article-early I'exhausted' from the'cdlfl'jinri'exposure in thVwccik that, they had to be assisted by their j has been the talk of Fleet street cv- 1 comrades. Tlie.se two were left at I since. I St. Shotts f.q recover while the oth- Mr... owes a great deal of rushed on to Trepassy. whence. Ms prominence in the journalistic! [they sent word of the disaster i-q this eity. They are not expected 10 i arrive here before the middle of ihe week. i LJesides Mate Medley, the survivors are W. Wight, C. McAlniquist, I'J. Taylor and T. Smeding. The' steamer Florence was oi 1.609 Ions burden and was built in Sund- erlami, England, in 1589. She was 2S13.5 feet long, -10.a feet beam with a depth of ''2G.1 feat. Electricians in Jajiim arc trying .A French physician' bas successfully .'A Boston man has invented i 'jicjcle obtain tho consent of tbe government.! batted lounsir in Argentina L-y f handle .control Tor aeirplanes on the. theory thai a man dcciiBlomed to fid Ir.g a bicycle wil soon learn' to mam- them to infect others of their kind. j tain his baHiati-j !n the air by usiiig -it, to a plan to illuminate the top of the celebrated mountain Fujiyama, with powerful light. innociilatin" a dumber of tbe insects with a psr.T-He :1iEease and liberating MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDEUO) Starland's Holiday Programritt With today's entire change of pro- gramme, Starlaud will offer a number of new and novel holiday Throughout the whole of week, special attractions will be in- trdcluced into each programme; the theatre has been tastily decorated both inside and tUe Starland patrons added comfort, and a greater realization that this is the festive season. Starland'.will be the ideil theitie this, ueefe, in wllicli to spend a real holiday hour. A German society of electricians has offered u'costly gold medal to be awarded annually for the. best device or process produced in any countrv for safeguarding; life or.limb or pio- motlng health, in the electrical in dustry I M: (IKE AT MIGHTY HIGH SPEED'BATTLESHIP CRL'ISKRH LIVERY STAB'LE BURNED ll-ricana, Altu., Dec. on Friday morning was (fifieo. world to Ihe fact that, he was toom-j ed by Kord Noithulirie, and in this article be turns on his former pat-; dot anil smites him hip mid thigh. _ Mo poinlK out a fret which wr.s un-j known .here outside of Floet St. thai- Lord Korthclifie is .the chicl. propri- etor of the Oaily Mail, with its largest, circulation in the British Isles and chief proprietor oi tbe Times, the greatest tradition in English journalism- The connection between the two papers, says Garvin, is a moral disaster which might well ma-ce the dead Walters and the great Dchine turn in their graves. "Behind the national said 1Ur. (Jarvin, "Lord NorthcliiTc has ;i oil in the Alberta livery and ,-ilray j kind of irresponsible desmiUsm that line bulldiiix, owned by F.'w! Gibbons, j no man ought lo be allowed, by an and inside- of 'an hour the structure lo was eniirolv The wore removed with difficnltv balance of the iV ]loraes trust or other trust which a s liaiion ever revolted i-oulil compare this press in reach and loss, pavtly covered 'by insurance1. A lantern, which given as the cause of the fire. A voluntary bucket brigade 'was formed and suc- ceeded in saving Mr. 'Gibson's resi- dence, after a stubborn figlu. This is pLi in speaking with a ven- geance. If has been said before, but never with such pungency and naked iriif.h. Lord .Vorl.hdiife. has mu vet whai. he thinks oi his protpjrp. Since Mr- Garvin Irffc Lord A storage battery inserted in a ride I" Astor's 1'all ock supplies currant to a lnis organiKit ion has kept I- lest street astir wilh its houndiiiu; r-i As- accnralcly aim at the- game .'it nishr. j rnl -V'___________ Tho university of California is tlic! Tim (iospelg have ben prinred in lir.si groat Instilution of the kind to Japan in three little known ciiraeots tbe importance of the auto-! for..iMreiilatinn among tho abori-iines j nmhifo by estnblishiuK a chair of I of Clliina by FOiiRlish mifipion- motor scieneo, jiries. st boncatb tho inuzzlo that an English- man bus invented to enable hunters to A Massive Production enormous Two-reel Story of War and Adventure j IT PRACTICALLY FORCES THE FARMER TO SELL THROUGH THE ELEVATOR ii, hardKbip on'many farmers, as.a few dnys of the new Tate for'demurrage will cat up the difference between track and elevator prices. Last year an attempt was made to cancel" tbe clause in the Manitoba Grain Act, which gives the farmei eiiual rights with the elevator for cars, but it. was defeated, and now come along the C. V. R., with regulations which in many instances will force the fanner to sell I to tbe elevatOT. It does seem as it the powers that be are trying to make funning in this country as unprofitable as possible. We are. up against another groin, blockade. At present all the elevat- ors are full to overflowing, with no for li.o day. uml J3.00 for eacl, !'ars lo tho lias not been, an empty set off n.t iHiig day a car remains unload-; S0 far thls n.'eel.( alOiongU two cars have been unloaded, the Tho uhi rnto was a, day for an I cars having contained freight for lo- indefinJio period, and the new cr.l merchants. This state of affairs tion will add considerably to tlic C. works a Imrdsbip on farmers, r.K. oanimna. i ially these who have Lo haul their The new regulation will certainly be grain'thirty or forty miles. Cariiiaiiguy, Sun swi's- Un Ueccintn.-r Lri. a new regulation ro- garding demurrage on cai's went info effec.i. on tlic- C.lMt. Thp new regulation calls for Ttic Indomitable and Invincible, powerful drCadnaught cruisers, capable I of taking their plr.ce In the fighting line, and developing a speed of over- I twenty-eight hour Lethbiidge Feed and Sale Stable Cor. Third St., and Foiirtli Ave. Regular AUCTION SALE On TUESDAY, DEC. 24th, At 1 sharj) Twenty head Geldings and Mjires, good, larg'c sidck, .single drivers, and few Icii.uis ponies. druys. bugg'ics, heavy ;i ml liji'in-liiinichs: also I'lirin iiiacliinery ;