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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, April 2f>, 1913 THE L15TlIBRIt)GE BAILY HERALB �c 7 Model No. E. SS4 ' lteB purchased, one cpjf. QhurchlH, Flfst :Lord of the Ad-in South Lethbrldge and one or more mlralty, gave the fiftrtiamentary com-on the north side,. mittee Investigating the Marconi con- A new law which is not generally tracts repently made iby the British kn6wn to the public has come into goyerttinent, a few .hard raps during ESTIONIN  CANADIAN lOANS this is feared BY financial experts-shown -BY "edmonton issue;-^ ^ London, April 28.-Eighty: per cent, of the city of Edmonton �1,068,000 five per cent, loan issued at 10s above par has been left with the underwriters. This unsatisfactory i-esult Is largely owing to the siise of the loan, which Is considered excessive and owing partly perhaps that the sponsorship for the loan was rather unusual for a Canadian issue. Competent ob-: servers of the Lodnon market express the fear of symptoms ^fratlher acute congestion'as far as Canadian issues are concerned which ^sre likely iihort-ly to be In evidence: Cettlnje, ordering him to protest formally against the demand by the European Powers for the immediate evacuation of ^oitarl by the Monte-n^rins, which ,is described by the Tear after year as the School Board sovernm^ent of King Nicholas as "unjust and cruel." The demand of the European Powers is couched In the following terms: "We have the honor to declare collectively to the Royal Government of Montenegro that the taking of the fortress of Scutari does not in any way modify the decision of the European Powers relative to the delimitation ot the frontiers ot northern and northeastern Albania, ami con8e Srii;li8^;'engineer, Is. in Toroilito for a f�iW":dayS. 'Sir'Robert has in, nilnd a water-fa,y,^ 'itfoaty-toMr feet deep, apid ot suoh-vapportions as to allow ocean-gpihg-'vessels to reach inland points as fai* as Port Arthur, '{Omix^'an grain can be shipped dl-r.edmo all-'parts of the world by the ptOjp^34 route. GAS Keep Books With It For the Man: Gas in the furnace saves one-lialf hour's lime per day for the man who looks after the fire. If you save that time, it is yours to do sonietlting else with-for pleasure or profit. It saves the lime of hauling in coal and hauling out ashes. What is fifteen hours of your time-a montli's Gas saving-worth to you ? That is a day and a half, Avorking time. What are you worth to youx-self, per day? For the Woman: Gas in the furnace saves four hours extra cleaning every winlet" week. It saves one-half hour per day in the kitchen. When you have gas, some work you now have to pay extra for, can be done by the maid. You have as much heat as you Avant, just when you want it- and at no other time. .Nothing to clean up. What is the satisfaction of cleanhness and comfort, the saving of time and temper, worth to you? It is assuredly of a value not to be measured in Dollars and Cents. Call 1S10 and request our service department to estimate on an Installation of your house. You put yourself under no obligation-Just get some-thlnjEi definite to figure on. Natural Gas Company LETHBRIDGE PHONE ISIO DID ESSAD HIS CO RUMORS THAT COMMANDER AT SCUTARI WAS GUILTY OF TREACHERY London, April 29.-There are no developments as to the movements ot Essad Pasha. There is great danger in Vienna over his supposed treachery,. but reports � as to the circumstances loading up to his s_urren-der are extremely contradictory. The commentator .of the Daily Telegraph believes that he acted honorably and that hewap obliged to surrender because of'lack of food and ammunition. He also. thinks that the complications .growing out of E.ssad Pasha's actions will prove easy of settlement. ' There are not. iTiorc than 40,000 men, and he believes that the porte will soon recall thfepi and also the remnants of 'Djavjd Pasha's army, which, it was reported, was going from Macedonia "to join Essad Pasha's forces. On the other hand, the Vlenna'newspapgrs vie with each other in.printing _stpries against Essad Pasha.:'Ampbg. these are tales that Essad'Pasha smilingly welcomed prince Canlo' when he' entered Scutari with-tlio Tijontcneffrin troops and ni^de,Ji''speech;'.tp the inhabitants in which hp" urged! ithem to become good Montonegrinai^J ,He told tiieni they had .h,e)h ."Irutgliy oppressed by the 'AlbaniaHS 'who' bad mutinied when they heard that the surrender of Scutari was"> impending. None of these stories can be confirmed. It is said in "Belgrade that the alliance of the Balkan state? * provides for concerted military potion in the event ot Austria attackiyig any of the allies. "It is rQP9rte&, however, from thesame place thM the stories ot Austria's readinos'*'to invade Montenegro are not believed there. The conference 61 the ambassadors of the po.wors-in reference to the Montefiegrin: occupation ot .Scutari, which was iield. be]re yesterday was the longest that.-h^s yet been held. It lasteijipjf.ibtee: hours and a quarter. . The, Brif,li?)i ��.foreign secretary,. Sir Edward'Grey, jjjresldad. Nothing can'he J^^awed ^*to .what decision was arrived' (it, although It is said that iijiportaht affairs were decided upon apd's^ht to.'^^h.e respeetlve gov-ernment'Sf |qr their 'indorsement. It is j|ndtfrStd have suffered, how old you ai�,,; or what you have usad, the Very; ?>rinclple of Croxon^ is %ucb, hat It Is practically impoBBlble^ 'to take It into,the humanvsyaw-tAm, without results. I'betcl iV'i nothing �1^ on eArtlt llite ii^ rit starts to work, tbh minute yo|a take It andjeHeves yoii, the first'i: time ydu u?e It. It yott Sttffet with ,paiiia:i|%i your back, and sides, or have ; any aitpui ot kidney, bladder;, troubles or rheumatisnJ, .such �if puffy Bwelllngs under the vyem, or in tbc'feet and ankles,.,lf jpuV, arV.uervoub, tired^nd run tlRt;^^' or bothered ^Ith mrlnanr; ,d'-"' orders, Croxone 'wiltviratwy'):i llev^.'you of .yoUp^TOiw can aeeure" dti origiffal of Orojtdne t{i,: tylfli^ig -any first class,'. "-^ druggists are iu' ;sonally �-^ratwrniiffiv price if It'faniB'ini' ,{3*.. mi 78 17 41 3 9608 ;