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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, m-cember T JI K L K TII K K IJ) K 1) AIL Y IIE K A L D Wish.One and All a Merry Christinas and a 'Hriglit and Prosperous New Year The 'MACBETH AGENCY We Wish to All Our Patrons a Right Merry Christinas and a Very Prosperous New Year ALBERTA OUTFITTEKh BUT THERE-WAS A MORE HOPE- FUL FEELING IN.SOME QUARTERS London.' Dec. morning's newspapers, while pesslriiifitie on the outcome ot the peace conference, are .jubilant over tbo statement of the Al- banian and Servian problems, holding vif the probability- of a general Euro- pean 'war Is a thing of the past. Moreover, a great majority of the newspapers hplfl Turkey responsible tor the delay In the cbuclusiou of the peace negotiations, and they voice the.sentiment that the Porte be mad to understand that, beateu in its ap peal -to the sword, it must grant ev ery demand ot the and it If the impression that if despite the goat "of "the Powers, the Porte, in slsts resumption of hostilities in. the end the Cross will replace the crescent in Military experts all agree that des pile the flamboyant despatch from Constantinople, the Balkan army can never be made Invincible by raw lev- ies of Anatolian peasants, arid that, if war is resumed, Hasim- Pasha's armj will surely meet the fate the Moors under BabotlH.' It Is, however, believed that the Turkish peace negotiators this outcome and when they are' thoroughly 'convinced the Balkan alliance cannot be dissi pated, they will accept the best terms obtainable. The only danger, is that the .y in Coiisiaiitinople may gain the per if this happens then, to quote the words of a ipran correspondent, who was at ivnii with Osman Pasha, and who is seen service in ninny quarters of t world since, "so' much the worse f'jr Turkey." GREETINGS Very Merry Christmas lo One and All and Best Wishes lor the Coining Year We Wish Our Maiiy. Patrons a Merry Christmas and a Bright and Prosperous Year .Here's Wishing One and.All a Merry Christmas and a Happy IVcw Year McKELYIE McGUIKE THE A'ALLET CLEANEKS The Compliments of the Season. May the New Year Iron Out Smoothly All Life's Difficulties. FEWER PEOPLE ARE NOW GOING ON TO-WESTERN FREE LAND JAS. KOSE May 1013 Spread aroiiinlTon in Bright EH'iilR'cncc the Rays of Prosperity W. L. CO. Ottawa, Dec. entries for the month of Oi'tob'e'r. recently compiled, show.a total for the western provinces as against 3909 In October, 1911, a uCrease of 594. Sas- katchewan entries ag- st 1.IM4 In' October, 1911; Alberta, S7.7 .against .Manitoba, 21 fi ag- iinst ami'British Columbia to .as compared With 57 in the previous Oct- ober. Americans hearted the list, of new arrivals in'point ot numbers, 57S tak- ng up homesteads. New English eet- lers number 281; Scotch, OS, and Irish JO. Austro-l-Iungiiriatis headed the ist of "continental peoples witli 119. The cosmopolitan character of the people ot the 'prairie provinces is shown by the fact that two Bulgarians, one Hindu, ten South Americans, one Macedonian, one Arabian and one na- tive of Hawaii settled on western, land during October. For ton months, from January homestead entries in west, totalled against for the same period in 1911, a decrease of The Season's Greetings. May Fortune Shower Her Gems on You in 1918.. LAtJNDlJY TRIED TO END IT ALL Saskatoon. Dec. Clom- entcaux, who is charged with passing himself off as a Catholic priest, and collecting funds from various people, attempted to commit suicide in the jail hero loday. Jle made a noose of his scarf and necktie, arid wound it about his neck, with the reverse end tied to the top of the end of the -cage. He was about to jump from a chair, when captured by guards. He is believed to be of Austrian noble birth. E. A. .EWAKT EX PRESIDENT OF DOGGED BY- DETECTIVES' IN POND PansTDec 2" The, iMatin prints an amusing account of the adventures in Europe of Cipriano the president of he-ar- rived at Antwerp he fouud twenty de. t'ectlveB waiting for him. These dog ge.d htm witli varying Hick'to Brussels njid ;thence to Paris. The ex-prefiidont "eldd'ed the detectives several' 'times with great astuteness, When he ar- rived in Paris he thought bo had man- aged to conceal his identity, hut soon afterwards he became involved in a quarrel hi a rafe and demolished soinp, crockery with his cnue. The police were called and Castro's identity was disclosed. It is believed Castro came to Paris for the purpose of fomenting an in- surrection in Venezuela but finding that he was not successful in this de- cided to go to the United States. Cas- tro is aboard the steamer La Tourain, rhieh sailed Saturday for New York. MACDONALD PROTEST WILL GO ON Winnipeg, DQC. Camer- on this morn log handed down a de- cision over-ruling the preliminary ob- jections to the petition for (he unseat- ing of the sitting member, Morrison, n Macdonald, and the hearing will go MOOSE JAW CITY HALL iMuosu .Jaw, Uoc. was nounced here that tho 'winner of the coinputiticTi for (ho dty hall plans was the firm of John D. Aitchi- sou Co., Winnippg, The plans of all the competitors are at present on exhibition in the city hall. T.TIAMvYOU Here is Our Wireless 'Thank You." II Docs Express One-IInli' Our Appreciation of Your Patronage During1 the Past Year. With it. Goes (he Sincere Wish Thai All Joy and Happiness May he Yours During We Invite You (o Depend Vpon Out1 Sioiv ai Ail Tim e.s ami Our Greaiesi Kii'ori Shall be (o Serve You Heller Always. Yours (o Oblige T. IMDI'ATIl A Mero; ClirietniaH and May You Uave a Full Share of the of Utbbridtfe jn 1913 8. IB1STNOTIFY THE mm T IS ILLEGAL TO SUPPRESS IN FORMATION 'ABOUT COM- TAOIOUS DISSAte IN STOCK At Regina' on Th'itradiiy, December 2th, W.-H. .costs ou.two'-wfr- rate charges under 'the 'Animal Con- agious Diseases Mr. Underwood ad-imported a'ViUtnSer'ot from he United'States "which were found o be affected with a contagious 'dls- ase known as 'douriiie. They 'Were nmediately placed in quarantine. A ertain were- deiitfoy.edj and ie rest placed, under-strict quaran- nc in order that thp Canadian horse reeders might be.protected from thiB nportation of disease from the. TJnit- d States. Evidence ..was obtained hat one c-C'ttye'sUSpecteil stallio'ns emoved Jrom. prenv es and also that the same, was .used M- breeding purposes. -W. Jtartln for the accused and entered a lea of guilty. .'C.'E.' Wood" prosecuted or the Department- of Agriculture at ttawa The work of jdealing with dourine such a inter- jts liorsij breeders it is higiny.-de- rible that uipmpt and effecthp ac on be taken in cases'wherc the duar- ntine of the Canadian overnment are .nought. JAP'COAL MINERS ENTOMBED lofclo Dec JOi) Japanese ial miners were entombed' and are ohahly deoU as the lesull of the uhidi occ >rred in the Sbarl 'lljeries on the Island-of okLaide todij Of the two hundred id mdre 'men wllo arc working In e galleries .of tue pit at the time ily three werer.brought to the inrface ive and the officials fear that all ;e rest have perished. To'Otir Many Patrons We Wish a Right Merry Xmu and a Prosper- ous New HYGIENIC BAKEKY To Wish You the Old, Old Wish, a Merry ClirMina.s anil a Happy New Year Tlie FAKMEKS' LUMBER CO., Ltd. Here's Wishing- One and All a Merry (Jhristnias and a Happy New Year IXYESTMENT CO. ;