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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1ft THE LETiriJRi O'GE DA1JLY HI EK A Just Arrived Havt Received a of Ekctrk Tifcle Uraps IN BEAUTIFUL DE- tlttNS FOR THE LIPRAHY. ffOOM Ofi DRAWING for KtiiUb buyers, but tbojw? still have the pur of oca in mlod. au our store will be 10 also, our iy bend id complete iwlcctioii of and Dishes. Tlie Leicester Electrical Co. 'E: BOILOING, .1S3Z ATTK.MITET; IN A SMflKEOANOAIE Annutl Smoker of Court Star Was a Decidedly Pleas- ing Function Tire third BMiual smoker lielci un- der, the auspices of Court Star, 'An- Order ,ol Forwlers, in 1.0.0.V. fctll last Blsht prorell a decided suc- cess, and much credit is it in rfiaisfc. The iorjjsstt.ot iiie evening was de- j GENERAL: SlRO'MOORE. CREAOHV.C.K.C.B. Iff CITY BUY A Dr. Galbrailh Writes in Refer- ence to Recent Good Work Done UQKD riARDjMUfc. The escape "from death of tho Viceroy of India and Lady Hanilnge on the m o'rning of December 23rd VMS almost miraculous. While .prodding to the it.te ctrtmonics at Delhi to commemorate the transfer of the Indian capital from'Calcutta to.Delhi, a bomb was hurled at them. Lord Hardlnge was wounded'In the shoulder; Lady Hardinge was stunned: an attendant was k illed, and the elephant they were riding on was knocked dosvn. from the JUJIIT cigars thai! were in ttic contest. Supper war! served at elercn o'clock, all persons rnjoving it irameMcly. 'At the con- clusion of the members and visitors tiled into Ihe main court j TRIP SEE THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY -ilF BENT ON A GLOBE BELTING NEW SOCIOLOGICAL QUESTION LAST MONDAY OF YEAR DAY IS FA- THER OF ILLEGITIMATE CHILD CIVIC CANDIDATES LINE UP. members and to j around UK iritis ior Uieir lirsi j STRENUOUS EFFORTS HAVE WAITERS MAY JOIN THE THRONG Following the cliainmiri's opening iipeDch selnctioiis were rendered in vocal and niuaio, special launched ut Govau recently, leave'the I'01'1 OI1 J ain, aijoealeil to the liouie secretary' rc-r permission to marry 'Miss Buy-1 Niagara t.'.le, L. U.j Ho til steamships will call at. Gibral-1 time to snve h'i's child from j Glenitennliig, Wrn. IVaril. os jade of the vocal sol-liar; Monle Carlo or Yilleirauchc, shame of illegitimacy, lie wrote: rendered by Hco. Ohiswic.k, who Port Said, Colombo, Venans, (0 my Birl, Flot- ion being in baritone voice. Woods, 111. D., U. 11. Deall, Alex. Horn. Hong Konir, Slumshai. (-nce'St'UnOiir. --before licr ciiild Tlic -instrumental numbers rendered Xagaski, Vokolionia and at-; bom. Will you ghe permission by .1. Foster was par excellent. rlie in Vancouver about two months j you -ilo. it-will have to -be given short address n-as delivered by j later. Arrangements have, been made- {orlhwith is, B. Jlitchell, S. Cj.j Ifi Hillier, 1 Kingston T. .1. Kigney, S. Ii.; i Bailey' Sit Jlonro, Dr. i .1. E. Clarke on the hislory of For-iior the (.lauadian passengers to leave, had lu consid-j hauli Kit ulaiie h. estry, from ils inlanr.y in to j Iron, Canadian and American prublcai ivhelhei tin- child Oimhy, A. lluyj, -i. Biatnc, i the preseol day. i time Ib catcli t.iic the legal coiiEttmence oi T. 10. .lames Bassmg-1 The performance was brought, to a i-and the fare for the r.ruuu trip, ex- jU. or lu. as a reiirder-! thivnitn. close by the of "Auld 1.ant elusive of 1he cosl of hotel expenses j or's child His answer come qmritly, I Larleton I I', followed by llle Nationul j in Hnslandj and. sleeping .-ur herVh i( was a rurt rriosal. re-elected by arelanialioii. j lAntliein. and meals on the Canadian Railway i "I am in receipt oi MatUiwa-Geoivc l.amotlie (seventh Ktw Vork, Dec. ing the. efforts of the International peace forum, s.tlife lioard .of meditation' and arbitration and "the, j chaiiiber-of.commerce uboni j arbitration the strike of the "garment j wotke.ts ill York and vicinity continued unabated today. The number of strikers is cstimat- i-d io" Mass" meet- ings were held city last iiisrlit ami leaders urged the Btrikbfs. tp mnailL firm uml to re- fuse of settlement unless ac- iiy thf: granting oi theii: i demands for more pay, and better working conditions. llotelincn were nnt-asy today over reports that the hotel workers imioti had decided to call a Nevr Year's Eve slriko in quany oi. the large botels.oi thu city. the Tear's .'rush on such a strike he. disastrous. To talk over thu situation a mass i meeting of wMiiers will he. held ibis .aflprnooii. According 'to reports the I unions have planncil to extend the strike tonight- to hotels and resl.auu-j anl's in Philadelnhia, Albany, Rocli-j 'ester, Syracuse, New llavi-n, Hart-' ford and other -cities. Kditur 11! Herald: have vvilh iuU'iest tbe letter in your issue ot last signed "A Liud afiain reiU Mr. Aspinnll's interview couccrniiig the Pulmotor. I iail io see that anv injustice wits done to any oi the helpers who so heroically and la- boriously aided in lite rescue of thu vit'Ules of the accident, ihc in- lent ion bi'inti, us expressed. tlKit without- tile use of tin' i'lllmotor witli its forced inspiration of pure oxygen our artificittl respiration would have, been unavailing. I am glad of opportunity, liow- of bearinii; testimony tu the ex- ci-Ilenl, quality of the help which-as pliysieians in cas- es in city, it is always most unscfiisb as ucll and the slightest- wish is invariably iK.'t ii it is pos- sible in do so. The incident pves me ..another op- portunity, however, and that is to suggest that with the use of natural liecomirig prevalent in our city it would be tin extremely wise thine, if as a city we purchased for use at Hospital a Pulmotor ior Just such cases. We have had an illustration of the value of the rescue station and its administrators, Mr. Livingstone, hav- ing given the whole day, furnished his technical knowledge and main- -tained our supply of oxygen, and Mr. Powell having put in one whole day and in (lie operation oi the. machine, but it would .he hardly fair to aslf such sacrifice' if it should oc.- c'lr v.'iti! any even though we liavn (heir kind olfcr to do so. Under any circumstances we would be welcome to bailc upon the large stock of oxygon available at the mine and a large itpm of the ex- .pense of equipment would thus he avoided. 1 ft-el satisfied, therefore, tliat with little effort on our part and a siih- Ktantial contribution from the (ilrnl Gas Co., whose, interests are so directly affected this great lioon would bp ours and it any concerted atlemnt. is midertaken would be will- ing to show my faith by my- works. Sinceitly. W. "s. tialhraith. Experienced Cook A 1 b e i Best Baking Powder be- cause I know from actual test that it never fails me." You, too, will find it invaluab 1 e. Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- der whole- some, dependable right in quality and right in price. Ask your grocer for it. HUGE LIABILITIES ACCUMULAT- ED IN WAR PREPARATIONS IS HAVING BAD EFFECT Win. (atclania- 1- osier, IN SAST AND HAS ALREADY FINE LIST OF AT- v TRACTIONS has I he "ami am unable been made for the inclusion of mtrjisj to you make." and sleeping berth the Cana- j .Snymour said yesterday: dian continent on payment of im ex-i --j in.trry him tomorr'.'w ev-! tr.i 529.20. Tliesn two vessels are sis- j j[ put to death after-; ter ships and 530 feet long, fin feet: wards, lie is tlie only man I ever, beam 'with a gross tonnate, ni anil a speed of 2t) knots, ana iiie Mv. solicitor said that un i tin- lirst merchant vessels with cruis-, argimic-nt in favor of Mr. Williams' -1- and Mayor 1'. f.r a feature which is especial-j XVJs a possihiiity of some, money com- Iv adante.'l spred and increases in Williams, in the event of hi; t-lie stability, besides sreurins mote' to any heir or lifirs. Hi room on the various decks. Wliea asked PeirAroki Smith AdaiS J. S. Gould, W. W. Frost. W. I'ittard, A. .1. MacUonald, JI.' ilavey, Dr. McLeod. .1. Hands, Allen John Pctliek and i Conlolly. I f. S. Evanson, 1''. W. i ocean liners were Miilt so lfcf.t they! "Isn't it better that a child should j almuld lloat with two ni their known as the legitimate child of- NT. S. DesHosicr, Na- B. SLermau has leased the! nartmcnrs tilled with water it: was a mimlerer than illeaitimale anv Poleon Dcbaitrc. Majestic for another twelve inom.hs' considered a great thinii, but liamc n; the father will i lit-w can have four com-; known." narlmen'.s tilled an.t still lloai. Tlic t.he verv latest, im- monl.hs' and has split Manager Wilson a list i of attractions ior ihe nest. two! A. K. Crue, I'.. A. .Stewart, A. Donald- son. and F. months which should assure tin- house vt-swls constitute i.lie very latest, im-j is wjtliin a fOTf awi'sucy-amcs oss an good patrouav and funiish pleasure' proveraeiits in ocean liners, and the hiimlrcd vwrs of JITB. Gco. -v- to in UthlirWuc. Amon? i initial 'trips of 111.- "ICmiirr-sses" R. c.. has carried A the attractions hooked aie fer a uni'iue opportunity in make an prizes for fancy i ;inu "Tlic Kiss '-The birl From j I lie imtr j la "Man of tte j the nllole disUuice nnJer the 'ana i "BrewJiler's "Man onlhe'diaa Various side will tie I "Prisoner of "I'aid for from .the nor.ts of call in "The Girl from Mvccli Soulhamptor, anil "The lilue "Ma-; Kims- "Tlie Cliorns Lady'', "I'he Goose Indies aver CO" at Go'dericb town counei] objec-le to the appointment of Walter Kelly as police magistrate ut SSOf) a year civic, salary, as .being illegal, the town' not having the necessary 5000 population. SINGERS WANTED BasR and tenor singers for the HP.W choir ot First Baptist Church. Apply by letter or in person to GEO. MITFORD, Cinductor Ad dross 324.6th M, S., Or 5307th St., S. ARRIVED ON CAMPANIA ,Veu' York, Doc. Among (lie bo arrived here yester- day on tluj steamer Campania were Col. Eouis .lackson, C.M.G., U.K., of England; and Mrs. .laeltson. They were grievously dlfiappolnteil by the! delay of t.lm hie; liner owing lo the stormy ive.atber an they are now hurry Inj; to Mnisltoba where their son is critically .11.1. aluce tho ship came Inlo wireless communication they have been send- Inp until the ship docked, when -for n vrain to carry them forward. Among the other passengers for Candida wero iMiKH Clara Butt, tin; woll known English contralto, and her hus- band, Kcnnerly Hiimford, who are to Klve a series of concerts throughout the United Slates and Canada. Company Winnipeg and Lcthbrldgc Dully prlcos by wirn cr''jihoiiu; Messrs. Asquitli and Jjindsay's Office DOMINION BLOCK UETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Phone 1714 P. 0. Box 278 SPLENDID CONTRIBUTION TO t THE COLLEGE- FOUNDED BY DR. T. H. BLOW CLAIMS THAT RUSSIA IS WAR SUPPLIES TO BULGAR- IAN FRONTIER Cal.cary, Doc. I senda as u offt-ring 10 the j Calgrary College his cheque for i 000. Sonic time UKO he promisod Dr. j chairman of Hie Hoard [of CJovXrnors, that when thn contribu- tions to the ITnivcraity fund readifid he would rontributc. Ho was iidvisod recently that the mark sot by him had been paused, and his contribution received, today, Lord Stratbconn will tlio last. SPOOO to the Orillla Y. M. C. A. ijuiidiut: tund or Vic-nnji, iJet-. 1'urie hiis called the auonllon of iiie tJruat Pow- ers to the that Russia is sending nn enormous (jnnutity oi' amiiumitiOD and urovisions to iha Bulynrian fron- tier, li is asserted that Russian troops cross Lho 1'ronUer causing panic among tbo population. M. Sazonoff was nu-jHtiuued on the subject by Turlta PaPha on Sunday and he promised an inquiry. He wu.s assured thai- Russia is most peaceably disposed. The -Porte also learns from rcprcseiualived in St. Peiersburj; that, Turkey has nothing io fear Rus- sia, as she is fully ongagt'd by her re- lations with Austria, and also on ac- count of China's dreaded, resistance in Mongolia. Vfrftorday the Sultan again, sent a aoerctHTV [o Griuid VUier to ini- ji'.-esa him witli the fant that, any gov- ernment: ofl'ioial attempting to re- nounce Adriaiuiple, imist immediately resign. LIABILITIES ASSETS Toronto, Out., Uec. credi- tors of P. R. Prank Co.. wholesale shoo manufacturers, arc nifceUnjj to- pass upon the statement of (he and also lo as Hie future cour-iL- the concern. The! Ma- bill-ties of Iho Toronto and Philadel- phia. eonconiH combined arc and the assets London, internation- al situation is such, in of the probable of the Balkan war, that the London papet.s show an ex- treme hesitancy in predicting the financial outlook for the coming year. Nearly all confine themselves io re- viewing tlie last year ami ing tlie present situation in near east, 'leaving the conclusion to drau u that; great caul-ion is neces- sary in iinaueial alTairs. The Finan- cial iVews Kays "When po conditions in the Balkans are normal, the powers winch have built up heavy liabilities of a temporary character 10 provide Uu: sinews of var, will doubtless bestir thnivwelves to place (heir liabilities on, n perma- nent, basis arid tin's and a large num- ber of other loans and new cornpau- irs are known io he in preparation together with Hie liquidation of heavy indebtedness to banks estimat- ed at, nearly sio.UOu.Uiill.OOIl con- trasted nearly at, this time last year. "This will prevent or any- thing like it. in the money market ior some time." This .more or. less general .state- ment; in the Financial N7wws is Mm only one ventured by any London pa- per. All others restrict to hedged articlf-s sluy lo dav. WILL LIKELY BE KEEN RIVALRY FOR FAVORITES Paris. Dec. French nattoa is slowly 'waking up to the import-. .111 ce ot tliG presidential eleeliou that is to take place ut Versailles on Jan- uary 17. The'approval throughout the country oi" Raymond Poineali-u's didacy is widespread and even enthus- iastic is supported by the bulk oC the Parisian press, 11' Iho election took ulace today Pre- mier Poiueaire's' successor would be assured bin tue sappoi'ters oi Premier Alender Mibot and- Paul Uesehahel are hard ar work and the jiresldent of tbu sannte, Autoin Oubost, is mak- ing headway as a. safe compromise candidate. Paul DeschaiKil Juts many resolute supporters in Jf'reiieji women who de- clare that France needs an elegant, graceful figurehead to do the honors of j-jlyseu palace, Elie white house ot France. The Freiicli republic, however, ,in- stead of being the whole nation, is but