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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Frlrtn.v, November Till? DAILY HKRALD YOU WILL NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE THE FIRST CUP OF Ulue Ribbon Ten will show you Us delightful quality. So sure avo we you wiH'ue pleased with it that we authorize your grocer the .'full purchase pi-Ice if you ar-o not entirely On this condition wo ask you to say detrnitoly "Blue Ribbon" when next you order "tea. MILADI EDITED BY "INO" Vie upon November! lllou dost'married to Miss ape at 1'jirk'slone Dorset. There Till! airs Iliy young sisters were only uljoot'il -persons the eluucli. sot tu take loveli- Sirs. I.c-moli eiilcl'tuincd C' lloliert'.s, birthday. Mas'lci- Kol-ert was onu year old today. The- had jilacc early in December. Sir Itiidcn. I'oiycU a'iiil l.ady liaiicu .I'oweli luft after the ceremony, on -a trip, by automobile on tlieir liumu'niooii.' stole smile of May to thy lip, Anil April's rare capricious ness I'l'liou'rt trying to put on Julia U. It. llorr-: No'.'cuitor. A- quiet was solemnized by ittle ones and their mothers tllis' Hie Hcv. T. I'. Terry at eight 'o'clock tenioou, in honor of her wee son, j last' evening lit the parsonage, when Miss Jane Rieliards.heeaine the bride. 01' Air. KainhR, city probation Mr. 'and UamLe will re-side in Mrs. .1. Emerson Hodgson Is enj tertnining at a lionse dance .lomor- row evening to introduce her iiiet-e, Miss Duneombe, of Delhi. 'j 1 Mrs. Neil McLachlan is in Calgary, tlie of ber daughter, Mrs.. Bert Clubs and Societies The Ladies' Aid oi the first Bap- church will hold a short business An Afternoon Tea is 'appreciated by both young ami old, and' especially, .so when the tea is Brewed'' right and served right. A pot of our tea or a ciip.-of-our chocolate is...just, the thing for those sharp days. Formerly. Sclnvojlzers '60S 3rd' Avenue S. Because it, is too light and slipi through the fingers too easily the French government has decided against its proposed aluminum coin- age. Will Dictate' Peace errns (Continued from front and received witli her at ,lleeting at the home of Mrs. Leader, her post nuptial reception this after- 1221 Seventh Ave., this evening at "oou- _ _ seven-thirty Mrs. McCullougli and son, Mr. Hugh j The Luther League oi Paul's ilcCullo'ugh, of Kelov.-ua, who First Lutheran cliurch formed a sur- becn much feted quests in the prise party last evening at the home of- tiie secretary, Mr. W. II. Lonnrn'n, i in honor of his birthday. A goodly liibiber Vcre present, :tnd ;t ('.eliglit- returned liome tllis afternoon. Word has been received that Rigby, who is ill in a hospital, in [Ul spent, inviting Quebec, is improving slowly. ircshments being scrvcn. M. .lohnstonc and Mrs. Rcsvc arc ;V presentation was made Mr. Loh- her. Mrs. If. L, Kipley was a tea hour raan, the address being made by Miss Carlson. St'. Cyprian's Parish Auxiliary met hostess this afternoon complimentary i to. Mi's. !L MscKwan, of Hroeknlle, i. yesterday. aUernoon with an attend- ance of eighteen meinljcrs. Mrs. Holt) Mrs. Glazier were hbstesses. The la_dies completed arrangements for their big bazaar, which will I-Ieavy Ottoman1 Losses The battle was destined lo last several days and result in Ihe defeat of the Turks, was soon in progress all along the .line. The Bul- garian troops repeatedly "ttern t--red fierce sometimes at (.re point, sometimes at the Turkish line, cxtoniliiig'fr'offl'Lulc- Unrgas to Serai. Turkish troops loitered Jlespci-. js a hollsc ilest willl Vira ate .were .unable Ollly [cw Msta ,v withstand the onslaught ol tlie im- ijctuous Bulgarians, and Tuially. tbev j turned and fled in great .dlsorde. to-j Miss Mcwlmrn lcft S-0-E- next Tuesday ward Tchcrlu in the south, afternoon for Toronto where, slit afternoon and evening, when children's losses of -the- Ottoman.-aniii ivill lhe tt.illlnr ,vith clothes, fancy work, home cooking are reported to have been enormous er Mls y u jieu-lnirn canny will Ire on sale, n dead, wounded and prisoners, as leU lhis New" York. -To" "'iu be-served in the afternoon well as ammunition and supplies. 'and a -fine concert program provided The capture of a third TurkiVn mil.-i ioi the evening, tan- train near Lule-UiirraS ittlo was an I of a smart linage. Thc- progranl ot mCRlilKS for tlie to the Bulgarians as it furnishes -v noun ul ..jlis3icn ot whieif.vjii fcc coh- with more facilities for the transport of their troops and supplies to the werc made- the favorb be- district-where the fighting took place, 'j'j aml Servia's Astonishing Strength Miss Lombard rendered a-vocal solo Nov. third'most cflectivelv. evy of conscripts has. been'ordered j iy the. Servian j. .Miss.Jiowsett. ..a Npvcmher..Juicier s soon lis they arc equipped "will lie 't'o-lie, was surprised at'her home last espatched to 'occupied ;evening by tlie memiie'rs j theon class of Weslcv Sin tiucted in St. Augustin'-s church, Nov. 10-17, by the Rev. .Paul Hull, under. the i-vspices of. the, Three English! ehiii'clies of tlie. city, is as follows: 3 p.n.1. Week-days, p.m." I p.m. j tlic Servians, in Macedoniii, v.'.er y will .act, as, a. reserve; The strength of the Servian', armies teacher, Sirs. K. Branchnv, marie the party an Do i Yhn-ii tirtlavs, 3 p.m. hey will a reserve; V Son.y twenty voung'laiiics Jj i Tl.n -r iu_ _ j TJlG- RCV. Palll BufrHS" 011C-of as astonished the inhabitants of the ,'up the party .and presen 'Dowsett with a pie plate J 's on TJie- Rev. Piiii hand of twenty clc-'rfrymfii, who have Tlie Mussulman A rnaiits are Daintv "were ot tlu: nbnndonins the Turks and taking the land a happv time spent in music and services oaths of allegiance' to King Peter of social intercourse. .sixty cities and towns :teUvccn Scrvia. Many of them have given up Miss Dowsett's marriage' to, Mr.' imd JluclccnL their arms and at the same time'George Tracy Ingham, second son of disclosed the names of the chief sup- j Mr. and Mrs. A. K. of Elko, porters of the Turks and of.ltc will he solcmnizcd'on thors of the massacres ol Christians. day, Nov. 6. Thc Arnaut tribesmen are discarding! the Fex and adopting the Servian j Pinliorn, met-ron of the Wrn- cap. The villages occupied hy the LcL, Hospital, Icavos on-tho Servians have been grouped into dis- of tbis fm. her -ln. E ernmenis wlllir8 to K. McLean, nf Calgni-y, will b6 x-ele- brated slioi-tly before Christinas, A Trip in Turkev Sofia, Nov. olliciiil news- paper, "The today': "li Turkey desires peace she must tialc directly with the Balkan states iiid not seek the -Intervention ue Uic [lowers." Kustemije, Roliinania, Nov. vireless from i defeat of the Turkish arniv under i A club. Thfi MlssicilETy Auxiliary of West- minster Church met with Mrs. P. J. 'Alexander last evening, with a splendid attendance. Mrs, Holt was in .charge, and a tiio.ughtful paper on was rend -by Miss Holt. 1m- after ths first, meeting the LauiE-5' Aid society met and the ladles decide-} to hold their: annual dinner on 'Thursday, November 21. The second whist diivc and social p, tMs seaE011_ Msfices o, Si; Men's society, was held last, in Unity hall, and attended. .Si.vtnn tables were n play, the lailics' first prize, sol- j id leather hand ba.Lr. lieing won hy e young] Miss Fnrnc-s the second a sil- Pasha opens the -way to Con- ladies, which for every) preserve hy Mrs. Mcrc- slnnlinople lor tlie 'IInlEarian troor-s. Thursflay, met -..-ill-. -Mrs. Mr. Binning was the lucky rc This will, in the opinion of diploa'a- i list ovenlne. In honor ot Hal'.owe'oni ''ipient of the gcntleinrn's first prize, circles, lead 10 a situation which the ladies wore f.incy ccsuim-.'s. n K handsome carvini; nnl, the second rill almost inevitably bring; aboiil jolly evening vra-. cn'o.vivl European complications. 'I lie I pnso, -a collar and cult box, going to j Mr. Kilner. Mrs. Brooks anrt Mr. .1. She's always most active when I he Ihe capital it is difficult 'to what human intervention could snvc f the city frum saclc :ind pillage. This! is willAmost oi'thc in-! habitants the falc of' the Turkish empire hangs' in the ancc. It is r'cporlcd that a secret meeting beld recently in ibe the most ibolll wliere inn fury'spee.ehcK were delivered Iy It's made of prime beef and the clioiMsi I Priests who advised a'Vis- o( liuhrcFrui.ihlus. And.-i.sihere'snn over- "'K against the, Christ-inns., stronjr, nHiletl fl.-ivom-inrr. it is the inakinir When [lie news of o[ anyolber'st'up-or dish. defenls was re'ceived the alllhol ordered the slnlc of sii'se to lie made more stricl.-Tlje bridges between (iu- lala and Slamboiil are now not open- ed until some hours after dawn. demoralized soldiers falling, hack on tupping set others 'J'hey liring her out about to that basin of warm, satisfying soup whieli iooks so good, smells so good, and just try a''basin yourself le- an ti see. for Hie who hiiiitioii 1'it-sea Cronkilo, CrcaSii-i. r. Cron-! Mr.- p. lille. lleKlllcp. CaraF'-fllJcd. Dt'i.'coli and and .Mciisrs. KIcnn iluchjinan, I'-ttterson and Robertson, son. William Oliver coiie to Win- i, where Ilia to .Miss ;ai'et of Nova j Scotin. will bo Jfr. Oliver and bride will rc.turn to the j city nbout the middle of next week. roller hy arrani loudly upplaud- [jaiicing .continuca l-o I iMii. The mists tin ring the overling; were Mrs. Kil- ner, Miss Arnold and Mr- P. Cul- Hns, HADICX Following the centuple of Howard I i; Wnldeii, Ocneral '.laden "Powell NATIONAL REVENUES BOUYANT Oltuwa, .Oct. big in- crease, ovcrlho corresponding monlh of last is shown in (lie customs revenue. For Oei.olmr, l'OJ2, the while in Ocl- iiber, k. WHS an In- crease, of customs rn- (Itirins month just, e ses hy iliflno cf a fe. II. H. j HAMMER'. 1 VVinnipey en'atlvcR for Mnr.ltoba, ntctiiwan and Albeita., is in line pmvflcr.iikc ii'K and used fnr j pHier i.imci; Jt is vonn'it'i'd tli.1 irilo new gUiss ohjocls.' MIXED FARMING SPECIAL TIio provincial c-rnmeiu "mix e-i train al'How Isl this morning ,'nui at Taber this tcvnocn. H will the city i tight1, mid leave for Stirling at 7.o( iii ttu; morning. !i -.vill be ai Hay moiul totnorrow nt'tr'nifon, and pro bably roiurn lo the ciry for Sinidiiy. reesivod indicate thai tlie fr.VKiiM's are ;i deep iniiM-est !'.i (lit! Irr.tiires exhibits, ,nnd the t.niin large nuinbora at every [..oint toueln-d. SATURDAY SPECIALS at the HUDSON'S BAY STORE A Big Saving in Table Linens Pure Table Linen, bleached and unbJi'ached, in good oF patterns, 70 inches wide Jicgulai values jOc and 65c pcj yiud Siitiirday, pei 40c BALANCE OF OUR STOCK OF LADIES' KID AND SUEDE GLOVES in grey, tan, and light colors.. One and .two domo faBteners. Rek'tllm' values and ?1.75, Saturday, per pair....... 35c L'ADIES' BLACK CASHMERE Plain and ribbed. Sizes S 1-2 to 10 Regular 25e; Saturday per pair 25c Smart Fall Coats for Children at Big Reductions Children's Gouts in -icigo duel all inches in length'. Regulai Baltic Satuidaj up to 45 LADIES' BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS, with deep, ten inch aceordeon pleated LAOIES'-WHITE 'and. low aeek, all sizes, in embroidery plain.styles, Regulni values up to 51 Saturda, v. _ Bargains in Men's Wear 'Men's Army-Grey Flan- nel Shirts Reversible collars; 3 pocket; good weight, pure wool im- only throo sizes iUH. 17 Regular value A snap 'on' StftUrdaV QC ft Men's Gran drill Shirts of heavy imported ma- terial, cut large and roomy; size to 16% Regular value SDC iSatin daj z 7 ft call tyenV '.'Pull-Over' 'Jar- navy blue wor- sted materials high aJI, sizes- Reg- ular Saturday Scotch Fingering Half-Hose; all. pure wool; card of mending attached to each pair; Regular 35c pair. Sat- urday Four palrt Cl for I Shoe News for Saturday LADIES' AND MEN'S COMFY Pelt House'Slippers. Saturday, pair GIRLS' VICI Blucher Cut size 8 to IQfe Sat urdij ?1 2a per pair fcizes 11 to 1 Satuiday per el AC pei piir I nlV SIRLS' COMFY FELT HOUSE Slippers. Saturday per pair 25c Exceptional Values in Brussels Carpets HEAVY DUALITY BRUSSELS tal-design, in rsd and green colorrags. Body only. Regular per yrrd per yurd........ 'GOOD "QlJALITY; with small conventional design, 1 in iu body aiid stair 'carpel. per yard. 85c China ware Special To mtfke room foi otu Cluistmas BLocK die Lleaung out our odd' -pieces of -.'Ohinawaic at xcrtuocd puces. VALUES FROM 30c Saturday 'for..... VAL-UEf. FROM 60c to 85c Saturday foi 50c Economy Notes from our Grocery Department 20c, 55c CANADIAN INGERSOLL CHEESE per pound PRUNES, 25 pound box for or three QEft pounds for.................'...'....... B.5S W Paulson Noeln SLICED OX TONGUE p-Jcked in Biass jars, per jar STRAWBERRY AND APP1.E JAM, Five pound pail............. HUDSON'S BAY LARD, Three pound pail j for.....'. Telephone orders promptly attended to. GaOCERY PHONE 313 We wish to again remind our Patrons of the pur- chase of the Prize Ex- hibit of B.C. fruit apples arc now on sale at the 'storo-'at ?2.3i} per box. If you cannot call, telephone your v Price per box An Item of Interest to Smokers HUDSON'S BAY PERFECTO In iniJd. mcdilim and full strength. Saturday, per bcx of 25............'F WILLS' ENGLl'SH SHAG Hopilar in 1-8 tins per tin............ HJLDNT ISENT 10 SWEETHEART SHOULDERED GUN AND WENT TO WITH HIM FIGHTING MANFULLY SOOTHE ROBERTS SCHEME TO OFFSET RECENT CRITICISM OF AGED .GENER- AL'S TALK TO ASSIST THE BUSY PUBLIC Itarlln, Nov. rail haxcf! ai-o aliont. Lo hn in HIP sti'fiois in many ol: thu {JenniDi towns. have iiboui. forty and Lcipsitf fifty. TEN In Hi DAYS fOR ifU'onif Court, KELLY i his inorp _ 'rh'.rst' of rron: ilir nm- 'hil juil. wiis ii'MiK-nccfl lo ten n tlie jiiil, the. term to rt( Llie ut' hirt jircsent term. London, Ott. Daily Mir- London, Nov. .cxtcn- vor's correspondent with the Servians, j sively signed by inemburs of piu-iisi- i ;L (luHjiii'ich frcm Vranayti, Bfiys: I mcnt. and others, has lieeu :aent to ninro romantic incident has j Lonl nobcrta. expressing: sincpro ad- litien recorded in this war than tlio bravery of Soplio Lobiiza. .lovnovitch, a hcaiiiiful Druneite, agod '1'2, a Hoi- trade, typist, whoso swcolUctirr is a stiMknt. "Thivtitudcnt, whose name is -Uich- iu-I Sf-opanovitch, joined the army ;ia a volunteer, and Scplic teiLrfnlly pica dm! 1'or peruiisBfon to join ulso, miration for his profoundly- convinc- ing address. "Whatever may be the precise solution cf the lem of national and Imperial it says, hclieye only disaster a waits im nnlesg we aro prctparcd lo face this problem with the franklins.- sincerity and conviction which in spires your, addross." btii tlio autlicvities wore obdurate. Among over ;t hundred Siii! tliroatened stilcidu, pennlsj- are General ChfiHetj HifKi uti.iniaiuly given. f lieroHford, .Major Areher-Rhea; Sir "She don nod a.'uniform, had herj Gcorya Doughty, Sir Gilbert. Puvkcr, hair nut, joined her liwecLhtart, (ton. Lonj? and Doiiiihf lit, Mmk-ri. hn (oiisiu Hie bravest In the HklrmUhOfi with t.he Allmnlintn, .'unl .been iiaimvl of the Army.' "Michael (tadniTK he will marry I'roii: tlic iron SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD MURDERER BOY KILLED TOWN MERCHANT WITH ROBBERY AS THE MOTIVE A leading CoiiKcrvaiiVt; prtjier i "Lord Hohcrts inn si. ho handling intlnmmaiory mat- Mr of the mc.rii rlpfinn.! His ti-ai'iK-Hti irf v.'orthy of aiion, Itiit he nnifil ho told ;is Iy iji> Surrey, Nov. Good- win, admitted yes- terday that he was responsible for tlie death of Captain Harry C. Young, whoso body was found at the edge of a small stream, hero yesterday. Gcodwin was arrested, charged with murder, after the coroner's jup' decided that Captain Young's death was duo to a Mow on the head. When asked to plead, the boy said: "I suitposn T urn guilty. 1 did not calculiito ta kill him." Captnin Young, who kept a store }n the village, ivns liilted on his way homo on Tuesday niyhl. Whan Hie body was found his money was Vitnt'ssfii at the imjuiry testified ihjtt. Goodwin in the Etcrr> a few nlntitcs before Yonnj; clnst-d up that and saw the proprietor count- up reeofnts. Sump of IMlnnd'H miurN have uoi'kril nnlnlfrriiptrfHy I'nr Lau GUO yciirs. A hill tlir- o i.siuthc hy.s jiahsicd lite scuutc. Che ObkaJncd Good Oread t Maliiiij; ii'nv for 1.2 yiumi" on.1 "and hayn bfri ncvof had rfitUy Invjiii iill I nstjcl' I'nkcs." Hold lit s'roci'i's in piK'ka.m ol' mi Hpii I, Toionui, ;