Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
JMVmday. 2, 1012 DAILY TTKRALD LOOK! LOOK! ALEXANDRA CAFE A Few of our Specials OF TURKISH KHKTOEBS SOUP Potage Parmentlci BEEF HASH, BROWNED With Poached Egg Baked, Maihed or Steamed Erin Cattle Pudding, Brandy Sauce COFFEE TEA MILK 30c flu- meal SOUP Potage Parmentlcl EXTRA SPECIAL CUT PRIME RIBS OF BEEF Baked, Mashed or Steamed Potatoes Erin Castle Pudding, Brandy Sauce COFFEE TEA MILK JOc. the meal SOUP Potaje BOILED SHORT RIBS OF BEEF With V.g.t.bles Baked; Maihed or Sttamed Potatoes Erin Cattle Pudding, Brandy Sauce COFFEE TEA 30c the meal SOUP Potage Parmentlcl BRAISED VEAL, JARDINIERE Baked, Mashed or Steamed Potatoes Erin Castle Pudding, Brandy Sauce 3FFEE TEA MILK the meal AT ANY HOUR OF THE DAY. Don't ov.rlook the fact that we pay our wtitrcMoi good wage, to give you efficient service. Nominations in Southern Alberta (CwttmoM (torn front l B. D. Hamraoo KB. AiplrinU There were three retiring this year, and Mr. Hammer. .The nomina floni For 1. P. Brown ana H. C W. H. Staed. W .A Pitcher, J. H. Aaderson, F. W. Atkins I. Koltnw, D. W. Card and Jonathan Hunt E. M. A. yOoombes, D. F. Bneh. Nomination. Olareeholm, Dec. _'. Nominations Were Jew hwe. Norman Holmes, the out-folng mayor was nominated and by acclimation, being the sec- ond office now holds for two Nominations for the out-going coun- cillors were 0. .1. Braren, .las. McKln- another meeting will have to -be held Big Field at Bliirmore Blalrmore, Deo. to day were: For E, Lyon and L Dutll. E. Hinds, TJ. p. Hob erls, J. H. Farmer, Rev. J. F. Hunter J. G. Sargeant, R. M. Brlscoe, D. C Drain, W. A. Ueebe. All by Acclamation Coleman, Dec. for mayor, councilmen and school trustees leld here today, resulted as follows: For L. Ollimette, present ncumbetit. Councillors Robert Holmes, pro- ent Incumbent; Harry Gate and U A. Neil. For School Camer- n, W, H. Payson antU D. A. Pyslop, all irec now members of the hoard. other nominations being forth- oming, the above candidates de- lared elected by acclamation, and. lore will be no election in Coleman lis year. Taber Keeps Good Mayor Taber, Dec. W. W. 0oug- s Councillors, three to B. Sheills, B. R. Wlldniati, Hatch, Hardie __GillepieJLine up (Continued from front J. M. Hltchie wanted to knew why, f this was an a-nn'jai meeting, the balance sheet of the School Boor, was not on the table? He was answered that the city had o authority over the School MAGIC BAKING II POWDER STARTS The trains running to Conttantin- ople were swarming with the wounded soldiers and unfortunate women and children after the defeat of the Turk- lah troops at Lulc Burgas. It was one of the strangest sccnet it the world'i lilttory. Below is one of the Monte- negrin guns at Scu'iari and a picture of the Montenegrin King Ferdinand witf nls little grandson. ney. A. Hutton, A. C. RIoux. The flee, of web, hold for two years Ed- Brov''n. Peter G. R. following School trustees were'Dowe11' C' w- Scriool trns- A 'i .___j .T.-Layton. John T: YVillard, elected by acclimation: o. .LAmiind- aen, W. T. Rigby and Wm. ji Xlchol. Acclamations at Granum Granum, Doc. Slayer: George Richards, (acclama Kelilcut, Thoma Bolkn, William Blain, J. Jeffwny. School s. Clarke, Geo Pltfn a-nd Lawrence. Mayor Evans Rt-olocted Raymond, Dec. W. Eivans was fre-elected Mayor. K. Salmon, C. W W. O. Meeks, J. N. Allred to elected.) O. King. J. G. Allred I, S, Turner. (Two to elecL) Bow Island Ticket Bow Island, Dec. F. Dulmage, for mayor. C. Ludtke. Mr. laickhard, Mr. Robertson, J. W. Hop- kins, J. W. Hlird, P. E. Ludtke. It's Mayor Rirle Again Magrath, Dec. all elected ly acclamation. B. Ririe. Matkin, B. L. .Ten- >en, J. A. Rasrwssen. There were no nominations for School trustees and! Colin Groff, Harry 'Brocks, Bernard Nugent. ther than to pay them over f.-ics ected on their behalf. The campaign is now on, and pro- mises to bs ajv.arm one. A few part- cs tried the rumor last eek that Mayor Hiitch was afvMel to and for re-election. He is still In ie field, however, and will go to thc> meeting tomorrow night, with dociimcnis to show that his s-Jminis-l (ration has not been so br.d LE of bis opponents try to make cut. I D. L. Hurdle is on a platform, keeping Ijt-fc.ro t ;vo' main Commission form of Jjove.iiivu'nr. II; will appear itt the meeting touic-.-rov.--i evening in the Majestic, ami ccu.-avc-r ti; show where he can improve Oil i present system of municipal ment, and ready tc, promise til it ii i elected, lie do so. j Mr. Mlebich Withdraws Since the above report was written. Mr. Miebnch has withdra'.vu ination. lie stated h rm Hasans. The have been offered by the allies to 'iv.r I" r r MU Sir Kdward tllal aro horn the or- full I L L LI n U .S-ffiL V. tPiS ,r tnt? TO nr six lias been received (av- ments of the Balkan league realize S I IS III Ill Ofablv bv most, nf leinize (inal sctl.ement between the belliger- cats. utinsii No adjustment of the Ausfro-Ser- Turkny's Alternative vllm ls m vlsible- The question of Allrianoplc will plav mlsm' and newspapers there niain- Allies Will Accept a ?reat roic" u is ttal ,k rt Bulgarians have offered to Turkey the threatening attitude: but following choice Settlement Satisfactory to tlie Porte Either Adrianopie to remain Turk- st- Petersburg ish. in which case Bulgaria will raise "aem lo become son In spite of this, official relations be and Vienna --imewhat more the war indemnity demanded from it is thought In dlplo- to or Tur- quarters tbat eventually Servia key abandons Adrianopie and joins in wl" obtain a small rac-Tcantile port on the a customs union with the Italkan the Adriatic Sea, connected with Ser- J- I.t'rkey and union wun the Halkan ule Adriatic ye b.i.ian have agreed m.qn an states, when no indemnity will have via by railroad, ann.st.co, wlnth would have teen to be prJrl sned yrstrrclay but for the absence Turkev is also said to dem-ind tl, t i the meantime, however, Servia of the dclc.atc.s, tut Macedonia autonomous l BUILDING PERMITS AND BANK CLEARINGS MADE GOOD GAINS ,.c t.i.-.t ni. mint-t i.s aiso sau to demand that han M rc V, have liked to allow his to of tllc dclcsatc.s, ,ut Macedonia be made autonomous with but owing to pressure of ]l s re-TOrtol lhat il tc signed Salonitl as the capilblbn" there is ot the would not have ,ime to attend to'his chance of this, "it Ls he o 1, duties if elected. ,.A11 corrcsrondrnts at the victors and will tc divided an OM P schDo1 bu" konslantiiiop'c ,-grec that the armis- them. among lhei.e_ An energetlc request t tkc, s to during tl.c The English press this moraine U rcmoV8d haa bee MPKiiPI KS' V IN I' "K" optimism, despatch the T e ILVILLO rUliUiil lie 'cached. capitals of Europe tircithin stnrct'ons trom Rome. li'l flip lltlil V ('lirnninln inrl t j _ MR. HARDIE ASKED FOR PROOF Editor Herald Barons, Dec 2 f T Tin-he uuiunu, j. .in. o. j. j igiie, i ui'iucii Hi 4ni c cpoi'ci; ij'ivf'i f t i secretary ot the hoard of trade, has that he makes the sim-n-cnl received some good news from the had heard that noli wor.ing at lions which are to tiio s to TOUinLc during u.c The English press this moraine is parlds ami that a Inal. settlement full of optimism, despatches from the e C0n8ul' under be :cachcd. capitals of Europe brcitbing n ace stnrct'ons trom to the Daily Chronicle md not tlic slightest danecr the allies an- Uo- Will Negotiate in Switrerland 1J to aure-c upon the tollowine tcnr.i: Belgrade S'crvia Doc tllc a ie ,-n wor i ecretary of the railway commission. Ilcndersnn I'ark ,1, s u; were ft confirms the. report tLt the two at ,K n Pacific will pass through liar- if llr r-rlirs "iirrch ns on the way frL Calgary to ported' n f r f W1" latc placc in REM PROGRESS iiiihin Turtisli territory. The iron- .Sfcvan Xovakovitcii, a former prj tier line will then follow roughly the mier, ami Andrn N.ikoiitch sprake? of' :.IarnZa _ In return lor Adrian-'the Servian parliamc.a, have been ap- SECRETARY OF RAILWAY COM ana re- pomte-il to rcrrcsp.it MISSION CONFIRM- ING GOOD REPORT C. P. R. and passes ccrneJ, I ran sav that none ol atic littoral adiacrut to the Jlontrin- "The Gift Centre" Our reputation of presenting a peerless array of gift goods will be fully upheld this season Our 'Inps of -.Cm- Glass, Sterling Silver, ninmoiul ami IVnrl Jcwpliy, Ebony inuain Pens, Rings, Clocks, etc.. i's you ;ii) inexpensive or nn ex- ive Hitiole, you nre nssurecl of c-ourtcous tii 11. in mi u, mijtjL.-iii' m uuoris oi iiig grin, const. Tlie Greek frontier will be in the first place to delay the above inscrticn. I rc.-.u n, Yours truly, il Mitt-lull, eMcnded to .Monastir. Park Supt. decision IMS been reached..... Sard to the enlargement ot Monte- to localize hostilities, passed on to the' negro and the instructiors nf the San- interests of the Powers direc-- ink of and Salonilii have 'y affected by settlement II'-. not been much di-'.-iissed. .Saltn.ti outbreak in the Balkans, and later on rc- when war was found to be In' EIG DEAL AT MACLEOD Mnckod. Dec. A real estate, deal IU thl! one-nalf was put through this morning wherebv -t -i local syndicate bought ;i half section 1'c to "VYhen our alii, ies. Austrla-Hunga-rv utpiiEziii u nan section uuc itmes, near the town, the financial consider "T. Uact !ni1 in maintaining their inter-! tion being her souihcostcrn iront.ir, H- .offered Rav Ser ian -kc e.it p d thnrebv ilt North Orry fonservativcs l-.ive re-' commended ,las. Mcl.atichian for the AL-U rst Austria I is belii-vcd Turicy and the allies mark, which has been a year. The figures for the month are: 1912 1911 Building Permits f J 20.550 Bank Clearings Customs returns The total of building permits to date is us against for the Ot first eleven months last year. The- returns for the Dominion Land show 3G entries divided as ltf homesteads 30. pre-emptlor i purchased homesteads, two. PRESSES BUTTON WHICH STARTS HUM'OF INDUSTRY Calgary. Dec. 2.--A manfacturiilg in- dustry., which promises to become one of the large Institutions of the city, employing probably 300 men at the start and ultimately wan for- mally declared open by Mayor Mit- chell Saturday afternoon in the pres- ence of a representative gathering. The new concern IB the Treglllua Clay Products company, back of which J. Tregillus, and which purposes manufacturing all varieties of, brick, pipe and kindred pro-- ducts. The occasion was made the nature of a social function, addresses being made by Air. mayor and a number of other gentle- men. At the conclusion of the ora- tory Mayor Mitchell pulled the throttle, and the wheels of a. new manufactory were put in motion. The visitors were carried to the new C. P. S. station of Tregillus, adjacent to :he plant, on a special which left at 2.30 Saturday afternoon and returned it 5 o'clock. Following the start of the machinery the visitors were shown over the newly completed vorks and had the .system of manu- facture explained to them by Sup- erintendent w. 0. Worcester and his staff of experts. On arrival at Trugillus the visitor! were escorted to the main room of the plant and Air Tregillus made a short address in which he said he had pur- chased the property a few years ago as a cow run. not knolving th'at it contained a valuable andNjlmoat in- exhaustible deposit of shaijs. His attention was called to a brick manufacturer who wanted to make arrangements to open a plant 011 the property: He then caused the shale bed to he prospected, which determined the extent of the deposit and in his investigations and those of nephew, Mr. Arthur Tregillus, he came in contact with Mr. W. G. Wor- cester, a ceramih engineer of Ohio Mr. Worcester came to Calgary, mader a thorough investigation of the prop- erty and at his suggestion and under his direction the plant, costing In the neighborhood of was con. structed. GROUNDLESS CASE DISMISSED Milton, Ont., Dec. 2.-In the assizts court this afternoon Leitch dismissed with ttic action brought by W. H. of Toron- to against Hon. A. G. tor- mcr leader of the Ontaruo Liberal larty. The action was Ms for alleged alienation of the oi the plaintiff's wife. The pMaintifi for an adjournment of the'-icast wing to the. absence of his p'rincilSal Mrs. Haines, who is now ie Toronto Asylum. >.T" NEW DIRECTORS ELECTED Montreal, Que., Dec. B A f .Montreal.this moreing card of directors from twelve eeu. They also appointed onal director for the AI y Sir Edward Clouston's deaifo 1 iree new directors orhes Angus: Huntley N. nd C. D. Gordon. re .Mceae !g nssisiance iii the mat- rLwert Horace Won Out an action or poVcy'tfr A dear .old lady been r.-.-eEented ward coalition on the 'part wuli a parrot from the CVngo and she oi' Austria-HnnBary and another pow- was_showlng It to her gardener. T- i "Yon Unow. Horace, that this parrot1 As tnp arrcistice is settled, the Cor- conies from the Coago, and Congo: active peace nejotja f onr own H s wo have t ia such Making Over the Map work of mak- Accordios to the Daily Telegraph If the allies are able to agree am Irll ih.-msolvos as to the portions of 'ii'r 'avo one. and it whistled The: .K0 lhat, "it .-iu-s me tn sly ircm it, bloon-.ins :lla, ;s spoils they arc to'rrceiverihere v.n P''-KT" initial situs- seems no [irohahility of a resumption j-ni m.ij no. ,lf I t will ilom ia Gam DRAINING NATION'S MANHOOD Berlin, Dec. Bulgar- ians alone hare lost ten thon- sand killed, and sixty thousand since- the beginning of war, according to a des- natch from Hllrfniinsl ro rhe Tagebbtt. The newspaper correspondent is on his way back from the front, and while passing thronsli Sofia, he declares, he saw the official roporls of Hip Unitarian war oflicc. SASKATOON CHIEF IS HURT Saskatoon. Dec. Heath n his way lo'hls car to go to a fire fell and sustained a fracture of his left arm. y a- 1S by I lie oj-able lenns. which, from all accounts.! THESE OLD PEOPLE OWE Tie! HEALTH To Tfte Woniferfii! Powrs Of "Fruii-a-tivss" JfR. N. JooDJiRi OF GRA.VDH LIGN-J. P. ti-, says more than lo years, I suffered Kith Constipation and I'ilcs. I tried many remedies, hut none did me good After taking four bojes, of "Fruit-.i- I wclj. I am now over So years of AIR. Wat PJIT, general store-tceper I at StUNtA-. OXT-, T-riics as: 6- years of Bgc long suffered "tortures from Headaches, due to Stomach Troubles. I was advised to try "Fruit- I did so and they completely cured me. J MR. WM. PARSONS or Ornmvtu.K (INT., says 79 years old and great believer in 'Truil-i-Uves" a box, 6 for trial fiie, -tc. all dealers or from Fniit-a-tivu Limited, Ottaws.