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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Satin-day, November 2, ID12 THE LETHKRIDGE DAILY Go where you will, Drink what you will. You come back to Fry's And relish It still." iVsk yoiir druggist lor "FRY'S MALTED C-f) CO A" great strength buiSdcr i'or invalids. Trsde Supplied By J. S. FRY SONSi, LIMITED. CALGARY. PACKED 'I N ON E AND TWO. POUND CANS ONLY CANT MAKE A HEALTHFUL invigorating cup of coffee out of anything but good coffee any more-tltau you can make a. silk dress out of cotton cloth. -.coffee; of llie highest quality. SANBORN MONTREAL REPOSED "TORONTO E. T. E. Fairly, for the. city, object- od to the injunction, as the plans of tb-j company showed towers instead of poles, which w-src permitted to be jihiutod without the city's .consent, under the privy council's decision-. x Toronto, Nov. think the plnlntiffs are entitled to the order nsk'ctl for in the' notice of motion. The costs will be the cosLs In tho case unless the trial judge otherwise or- Uors. I iiin obligeil to apply the .as I find it." This was the decision oC Jlr. Jus- tice Latchford this morning, after EI tbrief argument on the application by tho Niagara Po'vvcr Co. for an injnnc- lion rea train In B the city from ferine with-the erecting of poles t strings of wires on Hathurst, street neur Davenport road. An EDMONTON AND ST. PAUL THROUGH.TRAIN Moose Ja'vr, .A'ov. spring ;L through train between Edmonton am! St. Paul will "tie wit on over the Outlook branch, was opened lupL week. It will be a fast service and will shorten the time between .these cities by some twenty hours. Already tho over that branch is now very heavy, oven on-o hundred cars having been received1 here today from the north. When I ou Get Run Down cold dread, instead ci enjoying, (he'keen winter you need Tasteless Preparation of This Na-Dru-Co Compound embcdier. ?he nutritive and curative -elements .cf Cod Llvnr tn build up Ilic of Wild Cherry to act on the lungs and bronchial Extract of MsK', which, containing valuable nutriment ItssK, help." the weakened digestive organs to assimilate other i'ooa. The disagreeable taste of raw Cod Lives1 Oil Is entirely absent, and the Compound is decidedly pleasant lo take. In 50o. and SI .00 bottles, st your NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. 302 OF CANADA. UMlTr.D. TURKS A-BLIGHT ON THE BALKANS Slavery and Slaughter Worse Than in Congo .Vow York, Nov. H. Cnuio of Chicago who Is making his residence here tta one of the or the eomiwiKii, todiiy gavij irn ej.'olitslvo iiiiervicw 'io Hie Chicago Tribune on the nulkaii tiituiiUon in which he is taking great. per cent, of tho otal population of these statoH, ami it is the grout crime of tho larger powers o allow tho Turks to to op- press Christian' people. "The Turkish 'population of Turkey in the world for six centuries, and 1 support) there has never, in all civili- zation been1 u more oppressive or orlafr domination, a dominuticrn ot' a power with its face absolutely set against every form" of progress anil ad- vancement, unredeemed by sympathy for any art. science or literature." Balkan People Progressive What is the quality of the people state's, as you have- o.v interest and 'with which lie is ihor-Ujj ougiily conversant through visits to j and residence In the states during the of Jheso Is; seen by the rapidity with which they have progressed whoa the Turkish heel Ins been removed from- their nocks they have had opportunity to stand upon their own feet and work out their liitst thirty-four vfrjtrs. Ilo beUovoa the present conditions warrant, belief that the Balkans will at least secure complete auton- omy so far as Turkey te concerned, provided what he designates as 'iha j own 'salvation. "great powers" do not step in und spoil j "Montenegro, Servia, Iloumania, and the opportunity. 'Bulgaria have all made great Advance- ment since they freed themselves from the Turkish 'yoke. The development cf Bulgaria has been as remarkable as that of Japan. Jn Use thirty-four ot.their history, succeeding SOU years of Turkish oppression, Bulgaria have developed into a.-thoroughly mod- ern people. "They have adopted compulsory ed- ucation and commerce- arfd industry. They'are among tho heai1 gardeners in Europe, they are fine statesmen, capable of instruction and The success of tho .Montenegrin arms Mi recent field operations against the Ottoman forces Indicates the ul- timate triumph their cause, In his estimation, 1C they are permitted to continue their efforts. Justification for Fight Turkish oppression in the Ualkans justifies, if there is ever justification for warfare, a most determined light for freedom, Mr. Crane thinks. On his last visit there, a year ago, he encountered n which la intol- given an erable to the world wide npir L o .b-; tunjtv unhampered b ertv and which has brought about the j br, hisil present decisions of the rulers of the nationg Qf-tbat six states to contest for freedom as'1 long as there is a man left in the land to light. The desire for the privilege'of lib- erty is so strong that he'thinks H can never now be equaled caleas by over- whelming, force of arms and devasta- ting conflict. The Montenegrins, Serbs, Macedon- ians, and Albanians, with the aid the Greeks, are Imbned with the spir of the men who .have, all through tho svorld'H history-given -their blood that they might be free. It is the spirit of the Crusaders of the French revolu- tion and of the American rebellion. Emulate the American. 1 "Are the leaders of Hie people men cf promi-se and performance, and do to lead in this "They are leaders in every sense of the word, seeing, noble men, inspired by dreams of. liberty. oj; Every one' of them speaks American jj-ilJ English and has the American point .Conditions Worse Than Congo may 1 o th t rf i oi n> k r I is never j t f ed d "Ml G i at tbe Centu cl 1 hi uij justification in tlie hearts of men itj would be foui 1 i tl e coi 1 t i ing in the Balk u t tes io 1 o "don" (he I rl oi view. They are all graduates nf the, American college at Constanti- nople. Tlie wonderful effect of'this instruction by 'the- American lion could be paralleled nowiiero else in the world. 'The women, ioo, are. rinny them, graduates of.the American co 1 e I fen Is i 01 t t no nd Influence Li 1 11 on I i 1 i" reach T i d bt i i uit 3 be'Ie thd c i Do "Oh, Its Coming Grandpa! IN the morning more than any other time of the day you need food" that is nourishing and refreshing. Noth- ing is more tempting, richer in food value, or more easily digested than Q Choice Cocoa beani ground in a modern, spot' less Factory; long experi- ence in blending and roast- exacting care in removing everything but the nourishing parts of the all combine lo make Cowan's appetizing and wholesome. Cowan's 'Perfection Cocoa as you get it from your grocer, id Cocoa in its purest form. Your "Grocer has it." THE COWAN CO., Limited TORONTO n tl e bn (1 Of tho the most beautiful sections In the, wliolo world.. They are rich io resour- ces, and" capable oi' wonderful, devel-. oiimenr.. The iiarls of them that are under the Turkish blight are deserts. It i one of tho greit ci ma> of the lii cd Dill tl it tilt} ie iefi ed tl ei ii-ht to progip to i ICE r o the n cgr t of 1 e i 1 ome I 1 to keep their strong national spirit intiict and unsullied. "Is there any outside capital invest at 0! an 1 110 illo e Uo 1 o o it tl Ph "Tlie. world cunnoL concti e, dt j itu j Klilvation untiammclcd b; itat of tb ea 1 P the wide Jissemiuaticii of. information tho horrible situation tp v.'hich the have sui'jecied citrons. .Never in the Peru were .men auti women more cruelly maltreated. Slavery docs not nearly describe the conditions." Mr. Crane then briefly traced Must EC Free as America. "There can be no. peace until every Balkan state is as free us the United of America. By the treaty of Berlin, an abhorrent document. .Mace- donia was cut en. from Bulgaria, with t rouble' I Not to my knowledge. Of course TurliJsh.. financiers exploit-some sect-j ion of the country, but not with any: idea of helping the people, merely In j the seltlsh and sordid search for j wealth. They seek gold from the i sweat and blood of the downtrodden j people." late. "Therefore, thoiT longed peace in can be no p ic Balkans unti and have increased ished in severity." ever they have for years been prcpii ro" ing for the day of reckoning, nnd will I probably be able to get along without I public attention in tho early '70's, Bulgaria was harried anu" torn by the Turk They have continued i ever since in Macedonia and Albania, i Macedonia and Albania nave Jiotu neen ym, tho from ruther Ihnn dlmin- freedom and autonomy. It is se str.tes: driven out by Turkish op-! their inaliennbie rirfit, and they are s-lm, liave emigrated to all parts (possessed of suincicnt ability and in- o[ ,vorkl; Thw aru turlfty and i Nowhere Else So Bad. teliigence to their own affairs. 'Do you consider lllat Young ha pr "Do you consider tliat Young Turks Certainly they could do this Infinitely Jhcir counti-v'B aid nave alleviated conditions lo an up- beUei. tne do it ror Unk Jhcr-0 be no ot jreciable was asked. ou w.ir_ tu. "No; on the contrary, tm) atrocities ..Are tlle Balliall Emtos possessed of soi; k the havo iTicrc.ised anil become more intol- erable in character under !.he present regime in Turkey than under the ab- 1 found thfi people all poor where solution of former rulers, better, of irmns: the Tiirli-.i conirollwi, and prosperous A state of; -.viirie they governed j themselves. This proves my point that already in the in Macedonia, Qley he lefl lo thrive on their Albania, and .Montenegro. It is doubt- resources, and not in- robbed of their fill if there is move dlstressins area ir0aauroa of inilustry and toleliiger.ee." i--i the vrliolfl world. i "The country is. ihcn, eoniparablt; "The Montcne.irr-ins, Serbs, liulgaria, i jn rc-socn.-.-'' to tho United Greeks know I hat ynar in and year I gtates, for instance'.'" out their brethren in Macedonia aro j B.lk-n Rich in Resources, subjected to all sorU of Crimea on Ihei slaa.s comprise one of liarl of their Turkish ni.islers. and that] torture is included in (he program of j suppression." j 'Then there i'; little semblance ofj y sort liberly in Aihanui and Mac-1 Industrious, and they will come to ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR That is tlioy cry for the bread, cake and vie that is baked with this delightful Hour. They know'from past experience bow light, flaky and tasty the breucl or ia when baked with it. Give the kiddies all they want. It Is tho healthiest and most pleasing flour on the niarket. GET A SACK TODAY. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT .LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND-'MAGRATH cdonia'.'" Slavery and 5 is no f'cn'.iil of freedom. It io sl.i" er. and il Is am-vir. :ime. The of i lave been wipe'I em Turkey "The varioiii; -Tr The smile of satis- faction goes with every snow while sack Sold by Grocers Everywhere For Sale by GEO. KER.R CO.'- Lelhbridge. ;