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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta OLL'ME V. isil Bzoyi Hei e was LastIV with Dur ie more day is gone e are no nearer a s :a murder mystery l. >rday. Two of ih0 uk and I'nul inke I I. as. n result of the but suspicion still or Wasll Iizovi, ood to be his prope. ling but contradic gathered from p tford Village, who fig ir, from ttraid tl Hot! till! that I itli Oii or Lethbridge Daily Herald PRICE-FIVE CENTS ERY NO R A SOLUTION BRAKEMAN KILLED nighi mil ie liussitl orne, and Ink Later he lej private that Bzov s baehelo down In No. 3. He a-id did ni ruing, whe vork at No.' the previous I. He went ler, but said lowever, iiy gi Jari Theodorov e.miners' union story. Theodor1 come to the cityl hieh he did. and is taken into urda and Hzovi the same villr nd Itnew each otr ng to Canada. hlug together at be I I'ij riarrled man AVI en living in the een in. Canada ab ad of cviden- ;o c the murder js e police are cast tronger eviif ence but the r ourde leir tracks got any iin jjortnn the murd- 21- was o'clock, a, i the dicate, It; is poss men tool rh watch Was -kepi haractej B until ie morn'ing when orted tlie grill s a 'hen lough illj3i thai considererl t of a Joke, tbe ,case of serio reig in quarter of sell .Cither by drln So far the woman being (so drink is th, I, Dnrda has was only las on page Trillium 'Murphy, a brakcmau, WT.-IS found (lead in the C.l'.fl. y.irds at Macleod this morn- iMng at 1.80 o'clock. It is Impposed that his death was eausod by his missiiig his foot- ing in reaching for a ladder to mount a train, and that he fell between the moving cars. The train passed over his body, severing his head and his right arm, death being install- tnueous. Dr. Kennedy was called, aiso a coroner, but it was decided that an Inijuest was unnecessary. Tho hody was taken in charge by the Brotherhood of Itnilwuy TniJnmen, to which he belonged, and his parents, who reside in Ontario, notified. The deceased bad held the position of chief clerk and night yard- master. Lcthbridg'c, Alberta. Thursday, November 7, HG'TUBHS MIOM 80ESTE BLOODY 'WAR IN BALKANS TWELVE PAGES Number 279 BULGARIAN RESERVISTS rgQNT reservists off for the front. Savoff, of the Bulgarian Army. cavalry in the of Constan- tinople. VICTORIOUS BULGARIANS AGAIN ROUT THE ENEMY Turks Driven in Disorder from Their Positions at Tchatalja Forts i ______ Nov. Turks' arc re- orted to have been decisively beaten the Bulgarians, and driven-in dis- ier from their positions at the "Utaija forls, in front of Constan- iple, according to a despatch from it. The fighting was very severe lasted two days. idbn, Nov. Turkish garri- ie been withdrawn from Saloniki Tlestroying a number of bridges, g the approaches to the city, ng to a news agency despatch '.hens. {Nov. the five days' along the line, between Lule unication with Coufts it is impos-; ersyde branch near Noble and run street railway to replace these j to "LI of lilt sln> a Wgh rate oi 0( ...unBu oi me wrecked steamer ami the company that tolerated the ,1. fw FERS CHA L BE THREE N THE SCHOOL BOARD Pachitch, ot Servia, in an interview j sible to get the details ol the report, i almost .straight south to I.ethbridge cars at the-rate of liflV a venr, hut j The irS't6 in thick weather today with the'correspondent of the Heath followed within an hour alter j and from here straight to the bound- it ,vill require eight years ictore al out Micleod fhi- ,nrn i Al "ic time of tlii- u Temps to Belgrade drinking the tor. ary. (oi now in use disappear. Lethbndge' joins silua- -bu, "not too thicl The Servian statement conunnes: --------------------------------.'___ Won will assume a serious aspect on lingers All Landed Soma wants .the ports of StGio- SW. ww line. ...Vf'f'- morning at di -Mediia, Allesio mid Duraz- o, 011 tho Adriatic Sea, which the Ser- 'ian empire possessed In the middle ges, and -by which Sim was terri orially related to thc rest of Europe. European Opinion London, Nov. to a Iiecial despatch received here last iffht another great victory has been by the Bulgarians, who.have ov- rtalcen and annihilated the rear .lard of the Turkish army, which was Big State with 29 Votes Lost to Teddy Who, However, Gets Minnesota With 12 President Sure of 400 Votes in Electoral College Chicago, Nov. final returns Roosevelt will carry the state by att Princeton, iril'ting in from southern counties, it j is now assured that Illinois has swung j ,i10 Wilson column, after having members of tho hoard will iinve t forthcoming mu terms of Dr. cial ie board, W. S. Hall l expire on Decei ocing to safety behind the lines of le Tchaialja forls. Sofia ri lat the Turkish losses in killed been claimed for Roosevelt by iOimded were double those in thfi plurality. There is no doubt iir days' battle near Lille Burgas, ,lovv bllt tVe president-elect will lien the Daily Chronicle's corres s meeting of the hi announced that candidate for tlie iince he has taken tiding physician in i Ihtj Gait Collieries is not time to devot, member of iho bp.: will not stand for is also slated'that ill not be a candid! R. P. Wallace and on the board, of Mcrth Lethbrii idate for a seat on t inn. v.'ho has, aB y .'If. His camlidacy Will Lcthb-ri'd ndent estimated at Later despatches from Constantln- le say the mosiiues, schools and urches are nimble to contain the sat army of hungry fugitives, many whom are starving and wandering the streets, he Turkish Ambassador at Berlin graphs that Germany is willing to port Turkey's legitimate' request mediation. Encouraged by tills matin-a, Turkey today sent to the 'urs n precisely-worded basis for ce, asking tho Powers to safo- Ottoman ,o hope afso Is expressed that Ferdinand will abstain from fur- aggression. iss M. Edith Durham, in a special ateh to too Daily Chronldo from goritza, dated Wednesday, Indi- that, tho Montenegrins before ari arc raaliliic little progress ng- tbf Turks. (Continued frontpage I Have lest-. votes in the electoral col- Wilson's Lead Des fa., Nov. 7. Woodrow Wilson's lead in Iowa over Roosevelt was materially increased by the- lat- est relurns today when practically complete results from ai! but suven counties in the state gave the NTeu- Jersey governor a plurality oxcociling Tho gubernatorial race still is doubtful. Tabulations Indicate lhat Clarke (Hep.) is leading Duune (Dem.) by about Teddy Captured Minnesota .Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. Theo- dore Roosevelt has carried Minnesota. Thc returns In ut Tinnn tocMv give Roojovelt a -lead of votes. There are -still nioro than ri.v hund- red products to lio hwd A'l thi.'3e :irc from country districts c ni Roosevelt ruitning Blrong, tov.'evcr, it Is c.illinalod ;ljal. lo.OOO voles. The count at noon Roosevelt Wilson R7.I41; Taft Up to yesterday aflernoon Jlinnesota in the Wilson column. think right course just now is to hear every- body and that 1 shall not. make any statements.'' This was. tho answer made by I'rfji- dent.-eloc( Wilson today to a series of ro'iueslH for statements of bis alti- tude on national and international (iucslions. Me was asked by various newspapers about :in extra session of JTED OFFER orth Lethbridge, i No casli able note accept- At Cranbrook the Board of. Trade met with tlu- striking men and on-1 j dor.scd their action. The Board sent a strong telegram to Hon. Mr. .C'rothcrs asking him to take action in the matter. Jlr. Saiiisbury stall's thai, the freight handlers' union is by other unions of tbe railway sys- lems. These other unions are recug- ancl they claim the freight ini-n should receive consideration. Agent lirrc slates that he met with the yr.slc.rday and of- fered them a new schedule which .vould give ihran a substantial in- in pay, but refused to rocog- their union. states that ncn were and that they was declared the old ferry "North" arrived at Louise docks with four hundred twenty passengers' from the steamer Royal George and the stcain- (Couiinuecl on page 51. REVILU Block. Phones 1018. tarn Cfingrcss. Canadian reciprocity, inter- national (he I'nnamn canal and a variety of issues. In line with his campaign argument'1 that the presidency should lie, con- [lucted "through the common council tin; country" ho will now. so far as possible assume a receptive atti- tudo, rathor than one of pronouncing sau'siactcrv. NAZIM PASHA In supreme command of the TurKlsh Army himself on Issues betori.- he takes of- lico. Kansas Sure Democrat Topeka, Kas., Nov. today from Kansas increased Wood- Tin; mon agree that the agent oiicr- :l them an increase, lmt they state they have uo written guarantee argument, iron, any brad oi the company to confirm his oiler, ami therefore do not see lluil u. should bo considered llowi'M-r, their main point is to have their union rccojtnia-d. There are lilty-ont- men employed at HOUSLPROBABtE McCLARY COMPANY LIKE'LY TO BUILD HERE-CHANGE IN SYSTEM ff Lois Avenue ride Some returns eents to'S2A cen..s on hour, n wood- row Wilson's plurality over Theodore Roosevolt and that of W. H. Thonip- r.tsn, Ucaccrat for U. S. Senator over Governor Stubbs (Rep.) Tbe flKht 'for governor betv.-een Arthur Capper (Hop.) and Georsn h. Hodges (Dftm.) ban narrowed down lo a few hundred votos. (t'ontttiircd on e change In the distribution ar. vangemcnls of the llcClary Manufa.-t nring Co. here take place future which may result in cillarBement of their ijr.'iiicb aKt-iicj At. tbe present time (lie StaffCTd-Ar- new Co. arc SistrlliutinL airents for the JlcClary Co. This raiiKcmcnt will discontinued afio, Ihn end of the month, and. while rtcfliiltc plans have bcpn forninlati-ii' il is undiM'sIood thai company wil place the dlatrtontlou house IHTC f_ n, i-harge of their tmv-.3llin'1 -roin'cscntii ler's pay would be "vo- wnicl1 wl" ultimately result ii; .slrikl! IJ.v the incrcas-c the (reiirlit han.1- the'11'0 "staWishineut of a -wholu stackers from 20 to 3-1 cents an hour. Lcthbridse. A representative of the company will ba in city shortly to arrange .ill th-3 -detallE, and If tbe plan walcr. Is mooted Is followed, tlio companv will be following ciactly Ibfl fame courso ns was followed iai whn-e they hnvi! IKTIV n largo distil MADE GREAT PROFIT Calgary. Nov. years jgo .-Irs. Stlrrott and A. T. Shorn pur- cb.ised a lot. each on Eighth avoniw west for per lot. Yosiei-diiy nficrnnon sirs. Slim-It nnd .Mr. Slioi-n sold llu, Inls foi' I Each ifms I TO RENT TO LOAN red for informa- i tin, conviction of l-ing our signs. Mulhern id Co. Blilg. St. bntliiK wai-ehniiKf. anil lor tin- wlmliMil Alberta. ;