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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. August S. THE LfiTTTRRTDGE DAILY HERALD Buying Lethbridge Property For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY SEE THIS! For sale, new roomed, fully modern house, will take va- cant property as part oE first payment; balance on easy terms MONEY TO LOAN FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Fire Insurance Money to Loan t TO roomed fully modern-house, or without furniture; close in. The C. B. Bowman Agency A6ABIA 1LOCK, PHONE 1324. ui a trial for thoie men you are. needing. Satisfaction T. H. Stagg Co. Employment Agency JOHNtON Phone 1327 LETHBRIDGE Her Mle HO aerei, close to Taber, J3S.OO per acre. Terms 43.00 eatence crop payments Hone Meelleiit buyi In Lethbridge property. See us before buy- ing; elieirhere. T.H. Employment Agency JOHNSON BLOCK LETHBRIDCE SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Inauranof Manev LMH Room 12, Hull Phone 768. U Tjpniieton Building, Salt Late City, Raymond Alta., Phone 5. For Quick Sale Pint clsBi grocery located. Price actual cost ot ttock Good termi. AlberU-Britiih Columbia Land Co. Ltd. -CiplUI 10 MerlMk 721 0, L, KIMBALL, In 1911 Twelve Hundred Cars of Fruit Were brought in from the United States into Western Canada tnreufh one port of entry It Fifteen hundred cars for tbe same routing (or 1912 Think it over O. T. LATHROP Wafford Sloth Farms Ln.n. PHONE MIS P. 0, DRAWER 646 Harris Olson Agencies Creatgn Fruit Lands Can. Railway Accident Int. and Lift Insurance C. P. R. Labor Agents Genera! Employment' Agency Agents for Oliver Typewriter Steamship Agenta and 4, iEGIN BLOCK Uethbridge, Alberta HERE! Sir Tth Avenue and 19th Street South. Third 6 anil 1Z months. three corner 7th Avenue and ISth Street South, One-Third balance 6 and. 12 months. L. S. RIPLEY CO. CIVIL WAR SEEMS POSSIBLE IN TURKEY One of the Finest Business Sites in North Lethbridge to Westminster Meat Market on 13th St., N., Price -11600, 1-3 cajh, balance S and 12 months. This is- the .best buy OB .street and ws bsllcro the only lot south of 5th Avenue at the price. North Lethbridge Realty Co. fHONt Almost Certainty of Con flict With Mont- enegro Home, Aug. between Mon onegro and Turkey Is looming up o the horizon. 't is hoped here in Government el cles.that Ihe Turkish ultimatum an the .Monteogerln reply, refusing accede to ihe Turkish demands, won] not be follov.-en by a rupture'01 dip relations, but it jg now that tile Turkish min will leave. Cettine tomorrow. Newq has also been received tha flehting continues near Colcacia on the Turco-JIontenegrln frontier The interruption of diplomatic re lations between the-two countries is not calculated to appease the ho heads on either side, already aroused by the .blood that has shed. Montenegrin con Rome in an interview published i, lithe Tribuna today, says he has little confidence in the capability 'ol diplomatists to stave off a conflict be. seen Montenegro and Turkey. ne says, "has ready tin a war footing eighty thousand men vith excellent artillery. Every man in he country is organized on tile mll- tary principle. "Montenegro's territory has been in- by the Turks, who. are seeking o obtain at our expense some compen- sation for the losses inflicted on them by the Italians anil the humiliation they have been subjected to by the Albanians. "In consepuence of tbis, Italy will have a good ally. Public opinion In Jtontenegro is exasperated and will in- sist on complete reparation of the by the Turkish troops." Oiyji :.War Inevitable. Baslern af fairs are reaching a grave crisis, cording to reports from Constant! onle, which say- that the committee union and progress have resolved summon the dissolved chamber of de uties to reassemble at to which city the leaders have alreat gone. The government hag proclair ed martial law at Salonski, Adrianop] and Smyrna. The Daily Chronicle's corresponden who was recently in Constantinopl considers that civil war is inevitabl ind that it is not unlikely that th committee's rival parliament will fon a cabinet and recall and proclaim th deposed Abdul Hamid as Sultan. Ad( ed to the internal troubles are di ficulties and Bui garia. A Vienna despatch says that afte he Kotschana massacre the Turkis! roops Sennenena, mas iacring the people of two Bulgarian on the way. The fighting a iermenena lasted five hours and tne Bulgarians were They flet nd the Turks then butchered the agei men, women and'children who were eft behind and set fire lo the town v perishing in the flames. ,This eport has not'yet been confirmed. State of Siege Constantinople, Aug. state of iege has been proclaimed at Salonski is denied in official orioles that .the egotiations of. the "peace mission with e Albanian rebels have been broken ft and it also declared thai, the Tu ih minister at Cettinje'has not been itborized to quit-bis post, on the con- the porte has ordered an in uiry into the. frontier .fighting DRIP PANS TO SAVE PAVEMENT COUNCIL'S NEW TRAFFIC REGU TO CON- TROL TRAFFIC Hon- largo must a city- be before traffic regulations mui't come the consideration of, the citj- govern- ment? That is a question the alder- men are trying to answer. It came up at the council meeting yesterday, when a bylaw to force all automobile owners to place drip.ipiins "without holes" under their machines was in- troduced and given its first and sec- ond reading. The bylaw stat-ed that all machines oinst carry drip pans or else they could not stand on the pave- ment except on the parking strips al- ready 'provided by th6 council Aid. Skeith objected to Ihe passage bylaw on the grounds that the city is too small to bother about traf- fic .regulations of so drastic a natuie, and held out the opinion that an auto- mobile owner-could not be compelled to provide his machine with a drip pan, The object nf the bylaw is to save the pavement which has just been laid from 'being destroyed .'by the .oils which drip from automobiles, and ft J. E. BRAOSHAW Who diipoced of hit big farm Mag rath TABER PASSES MONEY BYLAWS WILL TRANSFORM THE.OLD PUB- LIC SCHOOL.'-.IrjTO A HOS- PITAL Taber, Vug Sundal, who has [or some time been a membei of eed, Bennett Co. Oref Ihe firm of the Hammer-Sundal Land oi) Tramor A A Bal'laoher, FULL LIST OF THOSEJMO PASSED SECOND INTERMEDIATE LAW EXAMINATIONS IN PROV. INCH OF ALBERTA The results of the second Intermei ate examinations conducted b he Law Society-of Alberta !n Ma ast have just been issued by the EC cation- and Legislation committee o he Benchers. The following cand; ates have been granted a pas landing, the names being arrange to date, operated on the OUR Class Cabin plan. Cabin staterooms all amid- ships. to Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Galway and Bel- fast. to Hamburg, Antwerp and Hotterdam. to Sweden, Norway and Denmark, etc. For full information call on any steamship agent or write, H. E. LIDMAN, General 455 Main St., Winnipeg G. S. Matthews I wit Messrs. Boyle, Parlee .fc Co., Ed mo n Joseph Archer (with Messr Short, Cross fc Co., J. H Outre (with P. J. Nolan, Esq., K.C The following have failed on on and will be required to writ a supplemental examination thereon J. E. Buchanan. (with H. C B, Forsyth, Esq.', S. B..Ban nan ('with J. 'J. Mahaffy, Esq., Aled cine Hat) FINE SAMPLES OF THREE GRAINS BROUGHT- !NTO THE CITY FROM A FARMER LIVING AWAY SOUTH OF BOW ISLAND There have been brought into the Herald office from time to time sped mehs of grain grown in the district, but it has remained A. L. Hoer, who farms thirty-six miles south of Bow Island, lo bring in some of the finest samples yet seen of wheat, oata ind flax. The whent will grade No. 1 hard, running to 30 bushels an acre, i was sown on April 1st oil last Sep- ember's breaking, and is ready for hreshing. The oats sown on spring breaking on May 15, rival the wheat itanding four feet, with an average of nine stalks to the stool with wel filled heads over a foot in length, The flax is all ready for cutting, pro- mising a yield of '-'0 to 25 bushels Mr. Hoer says that he is not alone as regards Ihe splendid yield on his land. The same excellence rules round the country from the Crow line south to tbe International border and east as far us-. Seven Persons. The district has, had nb; setbacks in the way of weather. Rain has b.een steady, with sufficient sunshine, and all ditions have been favorable tc making of a good crop. A DEFENSIVE ALLIANCE EXISTS London, Aug. St. Petersburg dispatch to the Times says that the existence of .1 defensive alliance be- Iwren Rul milled. ;arla aml'Sen-in }E now ad- been taken off the ground In the ej district At Woolford no KPain h }H been cut, but the runners the expect to start the fatter part week.' 'Some of them .will probab cut Into their fields today, and by, Sa urday a good deal of fall wheat be down. The district has.the lari gram crop of anj of tbe smaller dis rlcts on the Cardston branch-and a strong taotor in making Cardnton th banner grain countrj of tbe south J Bradshaw, A. R. -Anderson began' cu ting on Mondaj and has foui binder at work ih n large field close to th railwaj At Spring Coulee cutting b gan an Tuesday. Chai. .Kelley, man ager of the ebtate, informed the He aid crop reporter.that they, have' aboi 400 acres of fall wheat an that they expected their binders wou! be busy" from this time until their six .een sections" :of grain land ,are cu Mr. Kelley ventured the statement tha his fall wheat would yield from 3 o 40 bushels per acre.. Roy, Matson IBS 240 acres ready, and expected 1 cutting, yesterday. F. H. John ,ton pullet! into his 500 acres .of fsl vheat this morning. H. S. Cpope vill begin cutting 3M) acres tomorrow next day. At ftlagnith a .oumne ield is expected and cutting has al eaily begun. Prank Miller, A. Shulton wis Felger, John I. Chapman anc i Jensen Handling are ail busj work, and a good deal of giain stock., It hae been estimated ne of Magrath's prominent farmers that the fall wheat, now being cut in one district will yield 30 bushels to the acre. cstimaie was arrived at after a careful estimate of the amount of twine used and examination of the heads .of the grain. John -T. Hetiinger began cutting 'on Tuesday afternoon, and today has. everything in readiness for the staring of a full quota of harvesting' equipment. Cut- ting at Raymond began Ids', week and several Raymond farmers are at work this week. .There lias been a great cry for tbe 'immediate delivery of binders, indication (hat grain is now In a condition cut, and will 'n a very short time be ready for harvesting. Foster Mills, a six-year-old Smith's Falls boy, fell into Hidcau Ukc and was drowned. Patrick Mc.Shane, a'H-amiHoti man., was arrested on n charce o! housc- jreaking. sen ice This point is not more ihan ten miles fiom the edge of the Mcln'-f tyie lease, and offers (.he nest ari- vantaees to this new and growing district The portion be has been M-igrath a passenger service could he arranged for Woolford, this tramc wouldTBe" diverted to this district and will -be_i means of bringing it out more prom- nenth before (he travelling public In with a portei this week ,1 M IVoolford, out the tnlormatioi ;hat after a careful compilation. v figures he found that nine-tenths .he gram grown south of Spring re is m Woolford 'his district is now counted m with lardston, and grain yield is to- ng credit lo Cardston The time if ol far distant when Woolford will sscrt her dominion as the- giajfl aising district) and come prominent- to the front. ofv VICTIM GETS OAMAOES Toronto, Aug f the victim e nf the street car acci< ent at the Don bridge laBt'Chriitmai ve, was this morning 00 damages bj the arbitrators _ ALL SNAPS buy! 76 ft. ft., tor- ner, price ;above Is only two blocks from Central school tno lots on 6th South. Price.'J2.00H, balance in one and two years. buys two lots close in, price above lots near 3rd Are. South. buys 25 iota Lakeside, price ?lo0.00 each: above lots are levpl and near Henderson Park. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dovrsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th St. Phone S44 Jjj ;