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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Friday. November 1, THE LETHIiRIDGE PA1LY HERALD Buy Real Estate-m the country that produces the best wheat in the wofH To the Home Seeker Wo have jusl comploltcl a. fully nloduni t.lx roomed uuUuise on' St. A. North, urn! invite anyoms wishing to'securo n comfortable, well built homo 'to come and iiiujxwl our 'work 'anil (he layout of tlio We eiuu-autco both uuitorlal and work to bo lirsl-cl'.iss and all auk over the price, of same Is a decent wagci. Our prlcu cash, Applj- Harleman and Shand Carpenters on the Building After 6 p.m. cat! at 1818 Sixth Avenue A, North I Want To Deal A Utnnley Oil-Pull, 15-KO; practically HOW. GIvo mo and 5JU uerc5, tftubblo or next Bpring or auiiiinor fulluw uuxt year, Plowing to we doiio not less than five inches deep. 1 have Ji'OiJ acres to bu iilowod. !liia fall, 0. T. LATHROP Farm Lands Stafford-Slock farms Uoani Look This Up 1'ecl, 4 in. facing east on, bo- 6tli and 7tli ut Terms. Exclusive listing. Your Listings Desired A. V. GIBBONS riionc 1425 RENTALS Room D, Balmoral Block INSURANCE Something You Can't Beat Half-section .200 acres broken; all 1'uiieed. House and well; close to good live toSvn. Per Acre GEORGE ANGUS ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLOCK 5 Fire Insurance LETHBRIDGE, A'-TA. Monev to Loan Buy a Cheap Home several modem houses Tor sale. Suii lanue monLlily, or to suit purchaser.. r The C. B. Bowman Agency We have several modem houses for sale. Small cash pay- ment, and balanue monthly, or to suit purchaser.. ACADIA BLOCK. Farm Lands 30 miles northeast of Stirling. Social ol per per acre cash, balance over eight years at sis per cent. Ouc of tho hest improved sections of land in the Lothbrirtgo. district. The bust of buildings; good femtos all fully improved. Price per acre; special terms given, -Half-Section S miles west of Lethbridge. sood buildings ami fences; all under cultivation. Price per acre, on easy terms. Our Listing of Farm Lands and City Property is Most Complete. Alberta Loan and Investment Company, Limited OFFICE 416 5th St., South. PHONE 1214. INTERVENTION MUST BE CAUTIOUS IN CHARACTER tlH'y would IIP found more unsic than I UrKS Revives tin! story of Kirk Kilissch. More terrible stories of Turkish massacres of Christians in the, towns (roin vliirli they were driv- en by thu victorious Halkan army arc reporteil. The situation link be- jeoinc so bad that there has been cx- change of. views betwci'ii the'powers 1 tt-iih a resultant tlireat to Turkey I unless ihese outrages are stopped at every capi-; mce a demonstration at Coii- tal in Kuropi' comes the news that stantinople will ho made. Route of Talk About Ending War. May Dictate 1 errr.s Turkey is on her knees and ready to j sue for peace. The Bulgarians imvu gained a emu-1 ijulgarian victory nni lilcte victory over the Turkish army (llvor thc iralncdiatc intervention o Favor (Jaiitions Intervention Ail the newspapers this morning! numberinp; between and men which was beaten in a Irat- lle between Serai and Uule liurgas. and is retreating ill disorder on Tcherlu. While the report ni ilic great llul- thc powers though some, like the Daily Kxpreas, believe the Balkan al-i lies flushed with victory will in no' mood to listen to pcaee talk but will wish to continue the smashing blows which they are dealing until they can Own a Home The solid brick, fully modern six room uot- No. 03G 12th St. S., is for sale and no rensojiftlile offer, will ho refused. The lot has 50 feel frontage" and. faces east. For particulars etc., write to the owner, 0. D. Austin Drawer L gc, Alberta garian victory is not confirmed by j dictate tlicir terms in Constan- Constantinoplc all reports agree that, tinople i of emlurancc hy pcasant. and.sbephcn a disastrous Tjic and Morning Lewd-I soldiers or work of com-rnissiriat. cr say the powers should intervene I All reports agree that rations were the Tucks have suffered repulse. Last night it was announced that on behalf of tlio Christians who are j always up. Feeling is that peace Constantinople was in peril of being jhejnp; not come through'powers' intemm captured by the Halkan allies, theljs pl.aclical ut th'is monieiit. vention until Turkey sues, which Sreat powers' would intervene nt. jjnjly cjraphic says it the garians are confident they will soon once to force peace, bia the danger, stales can effect their purpose force. which they are facing isiiiat Bui- j troubling Europe it will L-cj Berlin, Oct. 31.-The danger oi'anti gjaria, Servia, Greece and Moutcnegro j convcuieat for llu-ni and for ov- foreign, disturbances and perhaps mas having won all along thc line, wm jerybody absolutely decline to accept it by j ;pjlc says a which thc European nations which were uot the legitimate aspir-j hish def Yngn cowardly to Insist upon justice be-' tions Of the Balkan will fore the matters in dispute were make "another war inevitable. rnitted tn of (he sword. J Vienna now reports that the Balk-' an allies, victorious in one of the swiftest wars in the history, which, while it costs money ami many j thousands ot lives, has been brought sacres of foreigners in Ccmstantiu ople and Salonika, following 'tho Tur igress iato thoSe towns of the demoralized Turkish sol diers, has the attention of Hie Daily .Mail .says 'Jn ease Uie tho powers. Protective measures in news of an overwhelming Bulgarian, conneeuon are under discussion at victory true ihe Sultan would from all his dominions, in En-; to a successful conclusion by the bril- liant strategy which has amazed thu world, are determined. that they will outside interference in the capital ll.e Turkish empire, where, aceot'llng, ArUlur Svlnom, sccrelan, t.ho imonmuion t-lie council 16 German foreign ollice where it is I said the German government will take steps to intervene, by sending German warships in case of need. Such inter- Kreu From Turks' Yoke jvciitlon, however, it is pointed out, London, Nov. Turkish would be purely non-political. authority assuming-that the defeated rope and left with no territory there; whatever." t d proves final, in. Macedonia, j to the Kites! of ministers is considering how 10 stop the hostilities before the guns of the allies bombard the capital. Nazim Pasha still has a consider- able force under him, but in the con- fusion which nov.r appears to he due! to persistent Imd generalship, and in the face of tiie foe, which believes itself is considered im- possible for him to e.xuicate himself) Iron] his hopeless position. Have Lost Their Vim All the evidence from the theatre Balkan commission today. "Since thc time of George Canning every British statesman and notably Lord Salisbury, has held that no ter- ritory freed from thc Turkisi: should under cirriimstanccs Was Awful Atrocities The storming of Kirk Kilesseh cording to accounts of ivoimded, was .accompanied by indescribable slaugh- ter. The Bulgarians entered the city at midnight, set fire to the bazaar and Ottoman. Keocntlv cut down with thc sword every human yoke being they met. The whole place was turned into a shambles, is reported by PHONE 1324, i of war sliows tliat the Turks are no i t-'onicrence w longer the lighting men oi Hevna, j A-ho held the Russians at' hay, as in 1908 Sir Edward Grey propos- ed that the European provinces ot y be placed under the authority iropean governors', irremovable, This proposal was approved by Edward ami thy at' the ''Hist be applied nnr, thai while the rank and iile arc. till ropcan provinuus hut' Islands. 908 at Keval. Such ive autonomy illy to the Eu- to the Aegean ;i Turkish officer. sido tho trenches. The dead laj" out- No quarter retrieved their f dcspenitelv brave, thc rout of thc j Islands. arunv corrupted hv politics has sunk) "t'-vcn if ilu' Turks !to the lowest level in the history position or at least SOIT.-C I this lighting race; the troops are mi-1 t.'i' it, tho sreat powers will trained, undisciplined and hungry and! hardly again consent to an arraiiec- asked and none was given. At Adrianojjlo ihe Turkish outside forts mowed down tiie Bulgarian sheen. Notwithstanding thej ten-idle fire the Bulgarians advanced to with- in a few yards of the defences, only to be driven back by the coneuntratud rain of bullets from tho Turkish max? im guns. At Hist the officers in drove their commands up at the swords point to ihe very muzzle of the Turkish guns. In this way, and at a great cost of human life, three of the general oififery and had ones. As a result- for the ere politicians jnient Balkans which perpctu-j the outer Turkish forts toward the second time within years, tlu1 Turks are ates the certainty of trouble, and the high probability of a general war. west were captured. immediately the Krupp j in an ace of bciiii; driven ,nit of Ku-pvhicli the eonUiet lias rendered is that) Only three weeks the j it has convinced tho powers of Balkan nlliea declare.! war. Then sin abrogating ;h'e treaty ni Turkey had sixty-six thousand square -Stcfano in 187S thus plungiiiK llace- niiles 'of empire in Europe. Today she; into an era of tu is holding desperately the last" ten; lasted -thirty-four >car: thousand square miles which faces j capital.' Within these four weeks thej One of the great services to Europe i of thu other forts were turned on the Was Trained in Russia KoHa, Nov. Savofl, allied a nines nave swoopeii down Hnn Turks ovenvhrlining them like Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lots facing north, on Seventh Avenue South, on sewer and water; near Fifteenth Street South; short time only Freeman MacLeod Block Phone 1212 SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, l.ethbridgc, Phone 768. Room 207, Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta., Phone 5. Two_Splendid Comers 3rd Avenue and 9th St.-50 feet 5th Avenue and 7th St.- 00 "feet Price and Terras Exclusively Mitf ord Company Opposite The Hearald swoopei! down commander of thc victorious liulgar- Ian forces, received his military j avalanche. training in Kusisia. He is the urgan- The Daily Express, which since the! izcr tiie moiK-rn Bulgarian army beginning 01 the war has been in thc anil played u brilliant part In the war j loivfront with IIKWS of continued Ho- served as minister of almounces tins murning that war in 1907. King selected all great powers have arrived at; him just jirior lo the outbreak of Jan .agrei'tner.t tliat ihu time, (or in-jliciitilities io lake command of the I tcrvwition has arrived. i army. M. Cuinhon. tiie Fvencli ymhiidsu- A Correspondi-nt's View I dor in London left yesterday to con- Fredcrick fer with 31. Pfjincairc, 1-hc Krcncli Bulgarians forcing them to retire. As fast ;is thc Turkish wounded ar- rive at Consta-uUaoplc they are being carried across the Bosphorua from the tumult which lias j !-'Uf0jjGan quarter, in large ateamers. It is estimated that or 5.000 men have already been transferred in that way. the Frederick London, Oct. Turkish arm' Sacrifice Sale Of House No. 1306 London Road' Situated on two lots titty feet from car lino on 13th. St.' Tola house is built of brick; has seven rooms, hall and ce- meut basement; furnaco and electric lighted. WILL SELL. BEi-OW MARKET VALUE. TO 1UNDLB ONLY ........................................WOO.OO The Cascaden Land Co. Office 1O, Macdonald Block Wanted Buy for CASH Property south of track. Apply 204-6 .Sherlock Snaps '2 lots facing cast on llth St., sew- er and close to car line at 6375 each; terms. Six lots facing Meet-wood school at each; terms. A fully modern 7 room house on 28 ft. Jot; cor. 9th Ave. St., handles. R. V. Gibbons Co. rnn ATLANTIC K. STEAMSHIPS (lnwMAll. EHPRES5ES Winter Excursion Rates -ROUND TRIP FIVE MONTHS LIMIT On Sale Daily, rfov. 7th to Dec. 31s! FROM ALL RAILWAY STATIONS MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN, ALBERTA AND THE KOOTENAYE fc GREAT BRITAIN, IRELAND, SCANDINAVIA AND ThfE CONT1NEN1 CHRISTMAS SHIPS St. John and Liverpool Empress of Ireland ...Fri. Nov. 29 Empress of Britain Fri. Dec. 13. Empress of Ireland Fri. Dec. 27 For reservations of: berths or fur- ther particulars apply any railway agent. J. S. CARTER, Gen'l Aacnt 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Man. ST. LAWRENCE SAILINGS Empress of Ireland FrU Nov. Lake Champiain ......Sat. Nov. Empress of Britain1... Fri, Nov. 1E Lake Manitoba.....Wed. Nov. 2C Extra Sailings to Mount Temple Sun. Lake Michigan Sun. Nov. 2C Last SaiHny'from St.'Lawrence lie Provincial Temiskaming rn Ontario Railway. North- -11 i i pcisoncrs aiul material ;m don will he considered. Jcavy Turkjsh JOSSM_ Na7jm C'omplclcly C'niylird j was in comniand. Ilodosto and UJidia All the special correspomlents of j pouts were used d i the London newspapers agree niter: telian troops. Tht" three days of h'erre lighting along a J must soon fall now front cxieiiding fill miles eastward i forces westward foe from Lnli'-iUirgas to Naaini' Servian armies n; j Pasha's main army heen crushcil j ConsUuiUnople 'and is fleeing in disorder to days' war, Adriam leaving ihousamlK killed and fighting there many gims and and great stores j gariany have y of ammunition on i-liu battle Held.' miles. VieJories' liave The Hulganaii losses are said lo hcjhee very The correspondent all say thst if !ho Turkish forces are unalile to rto'd Tcherlu they wil! he unahle, to bring further reinioreements from Asia Minor. U rpportcd late last night thafej Rodosio on the sea or Murmoni, liasj hcen taken and that l.lie Turkish army j Is siiaLtm'fng on ils way to Constaii- Unople. Tlie opernlion.s against Ad-j rianoplc are heing renewed with grnaier as ii is coinplfitely snrroMinled and Uie lire, from is i in iim init ints whom uc one thousind fui Vs, (fed irifin Knl Kilissch n Tin tumii indeis u lie ens capitulation is oiilv a mailer of (lavs. Are in d n 'f IK Ii ci howcvu heenis faA'or the nlief Ui lln flow 11 of Ih 1 ti l-i h is disij u t fnllj lie i' in i H t 11 n mllei u vu-nhts of Uo are received Government May Get On- tario Commissioners to Operate Part of Trans- continental disembark Ana- are exposed and tbai all Turkish Otlft'ffa' Nm'" aflcr thirteen mcnts ttu comprehensive nlo'is in f.iCL'e I ar'-' believed Lo be pending wav llul-' ni conneulion with tho early eomple- sixty-fivr.j lion of TranscontinvntaJ hardly :ever' west of f'ocihranc and possi- of the operations of YOU'LL "PICK .A WINNER" EVERY TIME YOU SELECT WHITE WHISKEY iV'hils strict official reticence is -be- observed, both at Ottawa and To- onto. it is understood that negotia- ions ainy instituted in the inline- iate future by the Federal an thorit- es, with a view to having the Tern- akaming; Nortiie-rn Ontario Conimis sion take and operate for the time being, the first hundred miles of the Transcontinental' west of the junc- tion at Cochrane. It la expected that the contract covering this .branch of the new railway, known as the 1 qnier contract, will be finally com pleted within a month. Upon what terms .Mr. .1. L. Engle hart, chairman of tho Provincial Com mission, and his colleagues would consent to suoh an arrangement, it is of course, impossible at tho prese time to determine. To bo eially practical, the distance to be op crated 'would have to extend to the growing young community of Hearst situated I.SS inilsa wnst of Cochrane where a temporary terminus might be established, and the principal source of revenue operation would doubtless hs the large lumbering industry es labiished some forty miles from the junction. Federal Government Wants Englehart It is known that the Federal auth critics aro eager to secure tlio advan- tngoa of Mr. EngiehaTt's ability and business management in inaugurating (ho operation of the new line. Dur- ing the past few months tempting of- fers have been made to the chairman of i.he Tomiskaming' Northern On- lario Commission lo enlist with tho Dominion with ;t, view to tak- 1 tal and Intercolonial, but to both in- ments Air. Englolmrl, has been im- movable. He is wrapt up in the prov- incial'enterprise, and has committed himself lo the working out of ils prob- lems, and ihe success of a government railway. It is be- lieved, in consequence, thai, efforts will he nmdo to commit thc initial op- fivtiion or iif.iv' thie Of Ce- cil ratio Lo his hands. A SPECTACULAR SIGHT Sydney, N.SAV., Oct. volcanos aro in eruption on the Islai of Ninafcen, in the Longan groii and many remarkable changes-in tl physical features of the island resulted. A large lake in the cent- of the Island has dropped two fe froni its original level, according reports received: here. UNPRECEDENTED OFFER 16 Lota in Lethbridge, centrally located No cash required. Bankable note accept- ed. J. R. REVILE. Room 't, Kirkham Block. Phones 101S. A Snap in Busi- ness Property fcol. ni venue bearing, o H vyliicli tliere AVI II be stores in a few years. TJiis wo can. soil for a lew days at; HOUSES TO MONEY TO LOAN The Dcwsldy Mulhdrn Land Co. Sherlock BWg. 7th St. ;