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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta r Thnrsdajf January 2, 1913. T TC E L E TII 1\ It T i, G E I> A IL Y IIEXIA L .Pajre 3 FARM LANDS FARM LOANS Crop Payment, Straight North one-half of .Section 29-3-17, 4 miles south-west of Warner, 200 acres broken Two miles of new fenoo. Good v.aten Good neighborhood; The right place tor the right man. O. T. LATHROP Parm Lands Stafford Block farms Loan* Fire Insurance - Money to Loan CHEAP HOMES 6 room, Z storey houso. on 1 lots, near Galbralth School- $1500-terms, Jffi. 00 cash, $25.00 mom My. Pivo roomed, fully modern cottage, un one lot, half block from car Hue, $2500.00. 5250 cash, balance m live years. The C. B. Bowman Agency �CAO[A BLOCK. PHONE 133a. MEDICINE HAT Regal Terrace adjoins Hie propem purchased by the Canada Cement Co. It Is close in to (he Imlasi i now locating and located at Medicine Hat. Price oi Lots, $i;$0.00 each Terms 1-4 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months Illinois - Alberta Realty Co. Phone 455 Rooms 1 & 2 Macdonald BIk. THE- POWERS TO TURKEY PREFERS TO REST ITS CASE WITH THE BIG POWERS OF EUROPE Constantinople, Dcs-.. 31..-The iu-�tructions which were sent, to Re-chad Pasha to be presented at yesterday's session oi the Peace Conference in London and which the head of the Ottoman delegation represented were in part undecipherable were to propose the submission of ail matters at issue between Turkey and the Balkan states to the decisica of the powers with the. exception oi the question oi future possession of the Adrianopii' Vilayet. The official view is that this proposal of the Porte affords the most. practical and at the same time the most expeditious means of reaching a solution of all difficulties.' F.o "far as the Adrianople Vilayet Is concerned the Turkish jrovernment insists upon the absolute maintenance of its sovereignty rights with tiiis exception the Porte is ready to place it unreservedly in the hands of the powers for the settlement of all matters affecting the political organization 6f Albania and Macedonia, the limits of the new frontiers and the question of tlie Cretan Islands. The Turkish contention is that the powers iu any. case eventually must supervise whatever arrangements are made' and the conflicting interests of the allies is calculated to cause infinite delays and possible disagreement. Therefore, the project of placing tlie case immediately in the hands of the powers is likely to put an end more quickly to the present' ebuivo-cal situation. DIVISIONAL COURT GRANTS PER MANENT INJUNCTION AGAINST RAISE IN RATES Tot..nio, Dec. 3.1. - The fight of Alexander Corinder and other members ,,f the A.O.U."'. against the re-adjiNtnient of the rates has been temporarily successful. By the judg-nicni (if the divisional court given lot.iv tlie order is perpetually restrained from putting into effect the rates adopted at a special meeting of ihe Grand Lodge on .June 21st, last At the annual meeting of the, Grand Lodge to tie. held in March the question of adjustment of the ' rates will brought up. I HIS N&RVE FAILED HIM 'Halifax, N.S., Jan. I.-John Little, an eighteen-year-old clerk, in thu office of the Canadian Express Co., at Halifax, is alleged to have entered the office early thir, morning, to have opened the safe, and taken a package containing' $1,000. He left for Truro, but on the way, repented, returned to Halifax' and getting into the office put the money behind the safe. In the meantime the loss of the money had been discovered. Little was arrested, and is said to have confessed. The case will come before the magistrate tomorrow. [TO EMBARASS CATERERS .\vw York, Dec. 31,-A strike of thousands of waiters, cooks, kitchen .workers and elevators, in the big hot'-'u in the city has been set for tonight, New Year's Eve, bj; the International Hotel Workers' Union. The hot'-l manager* dread the icdu. � The announci!m .n viding ioi mi 04(5,001). 'I ;.��� Kor tie-Scarboron. duct at Hi..... of (he eic. > bagc dispci the extern-,. n grant to r:..' a alien for i m i 000, and L try $lofi,0i"' II. C. }�','�, mayor to .a re-elected h. Thomas Ko w O. Mct'anii, board of ci sat in the i 1 - nrnnto rattpay-�ii bylaws pro-ililure of $1'1,-, follows : � i iss svstein at mi , for a via-! o I he rast etui fur a gar- cxpt v, ere ss ,r.crv >i;,i:(i7,en ,1 reel. .:..jl|0,t)im pliil.t * 1,000,1100 ; tor of the titration plant > 1 ,:i7r>.iiuii ; for storm i .  mill ; erutit to , hosi.iial $250,000 > sanitarium associ-� oi coa uinpUoa $200,- nl in the eoun- ."e.'ii. w:,.i four to one a plebi-! scite on tax reform was carried in: the afntmativo. The question- wasj whether or i,ot the voter was in! favor of applying for legislation. Lo I assess buildings, business and in-' come on a lower basis than on income. (iUEY COUNTY CO CRT HOUSE And figures in against hi' -. Love case. Henry Lose win he trisd in January for the brutal murder of his wife, hiding her body lr> his cellar. This is the. charge :nd he vigorously denies it. calling upon the Almighty to witness his innocence. '3r \ CjRelv County Jail Ovven Sound ARE NOW W FRANK RYAN AND PALS DON THE GARB OF LEAVENWORTH PRISON ULSTER CANNOT E SEPi CARSON'S AMENDMENT DEFEATED-CHEAP ESTIMATE OF"  LOYALTY OF IRISH London, Jan. 1 - An attenipl was made today to instil some new vear vigor into the home rule debate in the house of commons. The members from L'Istcr proposed the exclusion oE the northern province of Ireland from the operations of the measure. Sir Edward Carson, .in moving an amendment'to that effect, pleaded for serious consideration of the question which might, he said, be vital to the success of the hill and to the whole constitution of "flic "Uniied Kjugdom. It was, he said, a question whether the ,'vouse of commons had made up its mind to drive Ulster out of the constitution under which it desned to remain. Never, he concluded, without the use of force, could the Ulster people be. forced to submit to the degradation of a parliament, in Dublin which was .abhorrent and loathsome to them. Premier Asquith followed Sir Edward Carson and immediately made it quite clear that the government-would not accept the amendment to the home rule bill. "It would wreck the bill," be declared,, "as the effect of the amendment would be to exclude several nationalist counties from the operations of the act. Ireland," he. continued, "must be treated as a whole. That.-which is beneficial l.o the country as a whole could not in the long run be-injurious to anv part thereof. The premier asked the unionists to �declare clearly what their attitude would be if the home rule bill in its present fond was submitted to the electorate and approved. Andrew Bonar Law, leader of the opposition, said that if I lie bill were put before the electors and they supported it, the Conservative party-would not encourage resistance to it, by the lllsterites, but if the government attempted to force the measure through, against the wishes of the people, of Ulster, he would heartily assist them. Mr. Law said he believed the Ulster loyalists .would rather submit to being ruled by-a foreign country than by the Nationalists. Winston. Churchill, who when he rose to address the chamber was greeted with loud opposition cries of "rat" and "traitor," twitted Mr. Law for insinuating the loyalist Ulster man would rather lie annexed by a foreign country than continue their' allegiance to the crown if the bill were passed. On diy/j&'jon the amendment was de- Leavenworth, Ka� .Lin : -Frank M. Ryan, president ,,i ili, S'ructural Iron Workers' Union ; Herbert S. Ilocltin, "formerly secretar. of the u.\k>n and 31 other labor leaders convicted of conspiracy in dynamite nonunion buildings, today beuan the new year by entering the federal prison to serve terms oi from one \vm to seven years. Each labor leader was numbered, clothed in prison garb and assigned to a cell. They were paired in cells except Hockin, who it is charged betrayed his companions. It was Hocking who was accused before the jury of having first hired Ortie K. Me-Mainigal to do the dynamiting ; � of keeping out part of McManisial's pay allowed for each "job" by the iron workers' executive board and then finally turning over to the u,overn-irwnt much of the evidence upon which his fellows were convicted." Tomorrow the'prisohei's are to be questioned regarding their preferences to the kind of wo*'k: they would like to pursue. Most of the men being iron workers, it is expected they are to be given outdoor Work on hew buildings in construction about the prison. DON'T WEAR A TRUSS f Toronto Globe's Annual Financial Review Makes Some Timely Observations MRS. FORRESTER OF VUIXAN HAD SHOULDER DISLOCATED-TH E HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES Henry Love: After Thirty Years' Experience I Have Produced an Appliance for Men, Women or Children that Cures Rupture I Send It on Trial If you have tried most everything slse, come to me. Where others fail is where I have made my greatest success. Send attached coupon today and I will send you free my illustrated The above is C.E. Brooks, of Marshall, Mich., who has been curing Rupture for over 30 years. If Ruptured write him today book on Hupture and its cure, showing my Appliance and giving- you prices and names of many people who have tried it and were cured. It is instant relief when all others fail. Remember I use no salves, no harness, no lies. ,1 send on trial to prove what I say is true. You are the judge and once having seen my illustrated book and read it you will be as enthusiastic as my hundreds of patients whose letters you can also read. Pill out tree coupon below and mail today. it's well worth your time whether you try my Appliance or not. Toronto, Jan. 1.-The foreign trade of Canada crossed the billion dollar mark last year; Canadian railroads earned $201,000,000. the western wheat crop reached 200,000,000 bushels and 31)4,875 new people were added to the population of the country, according to the annual financial survey of the Globe. In the same, period various government, municipal corporations and private borrowers secured $200,-000,000 abroad as compared with $221,-000,000 in 1911. The large new stock issue of the C. P. R. a portion of which was subscribed at home, which, however, is not included in this year's account of borrowings. Regarding the commercial outlook the Globe's sur-very says: "The problem of the moment is whether the settlement of European political bills will bring about easier conditions in the foreign money mar-Icets. Authorities incline to the view bat capital will become more accessible a little later but that the borrower must continue to pay more throughout the year 191S. The reassuring fact is that even in the face of continued heavy borrowings, which has pioced us in the position of the largest borrower in the market outside of London, itself, Canada's credit remains as high as ever-as high as that of any country in the world. It is to be hoped that municipal borrowers particularly will more clearly recognize the responsibility which this entails. Certainly municipalities will be forced to find a market for their securities offers before committing- themselves for expenditures. "At" home- the lending institutions are for the most part poor in the sense (hiit they are being continually pushed to the limit to lend and this condition may be expected ot continue throughout the current year. If the dilllculties in obtaining money for new enterprises and to provide for expansion of existing concerns causes the growth of business to slacken to a more moderate pace the results, while disappointing in some quarters, will surely be of ultimate benefit.  "From an industrial standpoint the outlook for 1913 is of the best. Business has not been over extended and commercial paper.has been well met �t the close of the year, considering the greatly Increased output of goods mid the scarcity of money throughout tlie country." FREE INFORMATION COUPON C. E. Brooks, 915A State Street, Marshall, Mich. . . .- ' . Please send me by mail in plain wrapper your illustrated book and (full information about yoxjr ap> pliance for the cure of rupture. Name . Address State.. ASSESSMENT ABOUT $130,000,000 Calgary, Jan. 1.-After looking over his figures once more City Assessor Wallace is of the opinion that the figure of $130,000,000 for the total amount of assessment for the year will be about bhn mark. It will be a little over, but there is always a percentage of reduction through the court of revision. A'ulcan, Dec. 31.-Miss Addie Russell is the guest of Mrs. Fred Elyes. Miss Cassie Shaw entertained on Friday evening very pleasantly, in honor of her brother, Emmett Shaw, of Vancouver, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Jones have as their holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross and their little sons, of Waldo, BvC. Gordon Lindsay, of Winnipeg, spent a couple of days last week the guest of his father, J. A. Lindsay. A. Mitchell was suffering from ton-silitis last week. The Women's Institute met on Saturday, Jan. 4, in the school. Mrs. Forrester waB � thrown from a rig by a runaway team on Saturday sight and had her shoulder badly dislocated and was otherwise injured. The church lease of Shimp hall has expired. Hereafter the -Presbyterian services will be held in the Oddfellows' hall. . Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Elves last week.' Miss Emma Denham and H. W. Laws, both of Brunetta, were quietly married on the 17th. Among those who left for distant points to spend the holiday are: Mrs. G. Ecker, Mrs. Clark, Messrs. Galbraith, R. L. Elves, P. Terry, George Smith, II. Furnley, John Marshall, Joe Myers, II. Lundgren asd Charles Roll. Miss Sinclair and John MacL-ean were quietly married at the manse by Rev. D. K. Allen last week. . The Christmas entertainment oft Christmas Eve, given entirely by the school children, was a splendid success. Too much cannot be said of the painstaking training which the children have received from their teachers, Mr. Howes and Miss Loftus, to render so complete and entertain? ing a program. The closing event was the unloading of the well-laden Christmas tree, by Santa Claus and his assistasts. The lads from the old land held a jolly banquet in the rooms of Whlcher and Glover on the night of Boxing. Day. . � T'he Dramatic Society entertained a large cr rwd very delightfully m the' Oddfellows hall last week. The first half was a. concert, entirely musical, while the second half was a very-bright, laughable little play. Miss K. Bernette and the Misses Jackson spent Christmas with . Mr. and Mrs. A. Mitchell. Herb. England speut Christmas in Claresholm. r Three" men, for disorderly conduct-,, appeared before Justice Lindsay Tuese day morning and were lined $2 each and costs. . .:- ; The telephone exchange will be 1s-stalled this week.- Nearly allthe wiring is completed at-present... 13,000 CATHOLICS AT WATCHNIGHT SERVICE IMPRESSIVE SCENE IN GREAT CATHEDRAL AT MONTREAL MGR. BRUCHESI OFFICIATED  *  Montreal, Jan. 1.-With the words, "Blesstd bv....God, blessed be His holy ,� name," on their lips and the host raised by the hand of their archbishop, , In benediction over their heads, a congregation of over 13,000 persons ushered in the New Year at .Notre Dam� Church last night. The service open* -ed at 11 o'clock when members of tha Nocturnal Adoration society recited ia unison. .Then followed the benedlc^i tion of the blessed sacrament, this �pop*'! tion of. the oeremony'being timed *o*j that sharp at midnight the hOBt waa!j, elevated by Monsignor Bruoheshl.ovfit^ the heads of all present. - After a.IewKj brief remarks by His Grace, mass -vra�; celebrated, the archbishop, officiating, j At the communion it is estimated tilafcft over four thousand approached table. -''��' -.. . ; �� / A RECORD RECEPTION * Washington Jan.. 1-President Taftfa>^ last New Year's reception  at tho. White House attracted today one off' the greatest crowds that :ever has; gathered at the executive manBlon.;j Clear skies and late -falls"-weather-!; brought out .the general public in j extraordinary numbers  and a neW-1 record for attendance of private citizens probably was established.  Surrounded by.-his family, the mem* bers of his.cabinet and a distinguish-. ed company, the.President received!, officials and citizens;, of high and low. degree, and when the last caller haoL-been greeted, Mr. Taft Ind shaken hands with more than 7,000 persons. House Snap Six Boom, Fully Modern House, 6th. Ave. S., on car line #3,200.00 EASY TERMS The Dowsley - Mulhera Land Co, AN OLD-TIMER DEAD Winnipeg, Dec. 30.-KobeW Nelson, an old-time-r of Shoal Lakel and the first Liberal candidate for lhat con-Dtituency, died toulghte'Jft'i^ls r dfcnce, aged S3. .As Sherlock Bldgr. 7th St 0943 ;