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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta November 7, --i.. MI..MII .1111 i ii i in THE DAILY HERALD 3O9 Fifth Street South Friday and Saturday's SPECIALS FLANNELETTE KIMONA Good quality Flannelette, attractive Persian floral and scroll patterns; but- ton holes stitched, neck, sleeves, front and bottom; full shirred waist; cut ou generous lines; all colors and sizes. A good 50c. article; while they AUTOMOBILE, EVENING OR HAT SCARFS 24 x 62 Inch, line silk mull, lustre finish; iyt inch, hemstitched border; white, blue, pink', navy black and lavender; a good 50c article at................................... COC Don't Forget our Candy Counter; 20c and 50c. goods sold bore at.................CUC THE "MISSION" The Anglican Church's Reply to Western Canada's Prosperity and Expansion The London newspapers this morn- ing, discussing tho 'question of luter- volition, hold that the disposal of Al- "it" ll'T' bustle oi our' banla forms the crux of the position. Olio ot tile greatest facts in the (his can be accomplished hv a worlds development today is the chm-d, that'is in vital communion exploiting of Canada's marvellous if- with (iod. sources. Canada became a and a British fell to the arms of Wolfe. The great material prosperity we .ire work ol federation accomplished some ing, it happens to olteii tliat the forty-live years ago, brought into he- voice of God is drowned and the rc- ing, in a chronological sense, the collection of eternal things is crowd- premier Urltish self-governing Do-.uil out. Victorious. Bulgar- ians Again Rout the Enemy Page (Continued from front page) Murder Mystery is no Nearer Solution (Conlinuwl Iroin [rout Bzovl claims tliat he and Durda loft the house to go Jiome at eleven o'- clock. If the murder 'was not commilt. cd till two, where was Durda In tho meantime? Tho theory is that when he left Rotan's ho went to house s x o e poston. s 0 wen o tre ouse as ''V tte While It Is asserted that Vienna in-.of "lie of the Italians whore liquor-is ii'i. irn ._ li__..... i_ Royal George" --is Stranded (Continued- from front page) that any attempt on Servla _ part to encroach on Albania will he regarded as a casus belli, the concen- sus of editorial opinion being that the prospects are neither worse nor bet Mid that the settlement oi Western toha, Saskatchewan and Alberta Laiiada was seriously taken in hand The Rev. Paul Hull, one of thesci til about ten or twelve years hack.; clergy, will arrive in Lethbridge this1 WITH ,7-1 f> an mission1 MnpliMiein While the rails of the; to Anglican church-people which will .have ior several years now; commence on Sundav next, in SI. girdled Canada from Atlantic to I'a-j Augustin's churcli. to ctfic the past decade lias sren two! This mission is ivals racing with might and main'irate the attention for of short' "po." Ulc llishcst Thousands upon thousands of" set- tiers are pouring in and building room in our busy life ior God. In towns and cities along the lines of a very real sense it brings .Vatican these railways and they are sharing chureh-peoule in Lethhridge "to the m the material prosperity. O'f opportunity" Bwhcre u 'C t is less satisfactory that the can help in small way in the up- tnal expansion of the church and the building of a greater Canada, ior the great Powers. THE BULGARIAN ARMY (By Lieut. Wearier.) Bulgarian Headquarters, Nov. After heavy fighting, the Bulgarian left wing occupied the heights east of Stranja, and has driven the Turkish right wing into the forest region west of Lake Derkos, 'which lies at the northern end of the Tchalalja lines. The Bulgarians are now; bringing tip forces from Strauja and Yenlkoui. in order to deliver an- attack on the Tcliatalja position, south of Lake Der- kos. The centre and right wing of he Bulgarians are energetically forc- mm mi.- muiuiiig oi a greater Lanaila lor the mm- spiritual ife of the individual has true greatness of the nation must be the defeated Turkish rear guard not been keeping pace with all this founded upon righteousness. back tno line through Tchanta, imtenal prosperity and expansion. This article is written by one of about sixteen miles east of Tchortu, every church is.helping to themselves to help Anglican chiircli- er returned for ,the balance. Of the Canadian. Northern who went down last. night Several officials to the Before Adriaiiople, the Turks are under the shelter of the immigrati building. The Saloon Passengers London, Nov. saloon pa. the Hoyal George includ tiuu tins illuming. The passengers, however, put quite Col., and Miss Maunsa a different light on tho accident and Capfc. C. M. Merritt, Mrs. and Mi tlio condition'ot. the ship. They sav Col. and Mrs. B. W. B that with the exception of a "slight Morrison, Maj. Robertson, Messrs. A E- M- C. W. Francis, fa haze1 the river was clear and the sh was easily discernable from the steamer's deck. The steamer was go- L. li. Lines, H. H. Martin, S. J. M m, W. T. Mch'enna, E. Morgai SLUUIIJCl. S UUUH. I 1IU SLLitlllet IVilH 1-tlIKl, L-J. ITlutgtU ing through the water at top speed .R_- IT- Mullen, A. 0. Pratt, M.P.P when suddenly she. ran upon rocks, !N- B- Pratt, K.1 Ryan, P. R. Stril her hold going up and the vessel cr> M- n- Thusley anil S. E. i In the second class there are ove 150 passengers. The vessel carries large contingent of young woiran zt ing west in charge, of Miss YVimlre Leal, of the Salvation army. In Precarious Position Nov. close an ob SCTvation as was possible from th deck of tho ferry-boat North, In rough s-aa this rnornin, made it clea that tho Royal George was stuck liar. going up her way along until she came to a stop and then listed slight- ly. There was no excitement or confusion ou board due largely to the fact that the ship was close to the north side of the river coming up. Shortly before they struck with her DON- up and stern well down in the water a number 61 stokers were seen climbing-, up from the fire rooms and scrambling to the deck where they the declaration that the engine................. oluc, room was flooded and they thought a' and fast, and that there is little nos great part of the ship's bottom had i sibility or getting her "off for som ripped open. It was about high] time We when the accident occurred, ami i extent of tl a o they couhl not tell or learn how the the vossel is aiHicult go vesso.l came to he ofi her course, but! .lt it was afterwards said that tbe pilot: l but therD Is no mistook a fishing schooner's light for a guide light which upset his calcu- lations. This is not generally credit- ed by the passengers, many of whom assert tliat there was no excuse tor the mishap. was made to learn the th0 bottom is badly nattered, ra spite of reports of tho officials to trary. As seen this morning, the stranded steamer has a very bad list to port that is, lo tho river side. The acci I dent Is salt! to have been duo to the dalnago the ship and her i'Qct "lat the Pilot, Sam Hioux, who Is position, hut none of the passengers! to he one of the best pilots could give an accurate account, say- on tne St- Lawrence, mistook a light iug they had not been informed. It Looked Serious .They said, however, according to mm uiai Ihcir own judgment that tlie Royal this resulted in grounding tho stern Cieorgc was seriously damaged, and j as well as the bow. At the time she two linlils flooded with water when struck Captain .Morrison 'was ou the and drove shorewcrds. H is said that when the boat struck, an attempt was made to slew her around, and that the relief boat arrived from Quebec last night. They could not conic alongside the steamer on account of tile lowness of the tide., hut when the ferry boat "North" did succeed in getting' along- side, the passengers, 42 'lirst and HO second, and the balance steerage pass- engers, were transferred to the ferry with their state room baggage, anil at tbe tender left for Quebec. She had not proceeded far up the riv- er, however, when she also came war running on the rocks and only es- "The Family Frirnd for 40 year" yv never faitinB relief for Croup and WhtCTiimr Cough. For Sale 50 foot, with buildings, reven- ue producing, on :trd Avenue. Price Summit Lime Works 8 Bryan Block, Lethbridge, Alta, Christmas Trees Order now for delivery when required. Well grown Fir trees, IS inches to 5 feet, high, per foot. Cafch with order. Local reference given on re- ceipt of stamped .addressed pos- tal cnrd. GLENLILY VALLEY NURSERIES P.O. Box 163 Cranbrook, B. C. bridge. Tbe Royal George was travelling at full speed when she struck, and tho force of the impact was sufficient to start her leaking badly. It is said that her Nos. 2 and 4 holds were flooded, but that the pumps wer keeping them clear. Steerage Passengers Still on Boan Quebec, Nov. four hull drcd of the passengers from the Iloyo George, the Canadian Northern Rail way's liner, which went ashore out mile cast of Point St. Lawrence, Isle of Orleans, last night, arrived here to day on hoard a tender. They were Ia.t er taken to -Montreal on special trains Captain [Jolanger, of the st-eame Savoy, who passed the Royal George today, does not think that the linei is in a dangerous position. She wen ashore on a bottom of sand and grav el, it seems, and only her forepart touched bottom. Tire North, an old ferry-boat, which brought the load of passengers to this city, returned to tho Hoyal George this morning, hut a strong whul from tho south prevented her setting near the .wrecked liner to taira oft the remaining passengers. Tho Cruiser, the big tug of tho 0. p. It., also failed to reach the Royal George. The captains of these two vessels reported that the were rolling so high it was dangerous for them In trv tn an Ih0 They said that there were sever- al hundred steerage passengers stil. on -board. Carried Illi nos (Continued from front Idaho Republican, Ida, Nov. presidential voto in Idaho still is incomplete this morning although the Kepublicans ap- parently have carried this state. Gov- ernor Hawley has conceded his de- teat by John M. Haines, Republican for governor. South Dakota Incomplete Sioux Falls, S.D., Nov. from Tuesday's election in South Dak- ota are far from complete. Definite returns on governor, and some of the other offices, have been received from only one half of the (il but liese return; .he following: Congressmen Dillon First district; indicate the election of H. Burke, Secoad district; Martin (Kep.) Third district; Lieutenant-Governor L. Abel; Hc-sner; Commissioner School and 'ublic Lands, F. F. Brlnkcr; Superin endeiiL Public Instruction, C. G. Law ence; State Treasurer, A. W. Ewart; Lttorney-General, Royal C. Johnson; itate Auditor, Henry B. Anderson; ncmbers of th-c State Hoard'of Rail- oad Commissioners, John J. Murphy nd Anderson, re-elected. The governorship seems to -be in oubt Republicans claim they have looted Prank .M. Byrno, their cnndi- ate, by not less tlia-n over Edwin Johnson, the Democratic candidate; bile Johnson's election is claimed by ie Democrats by not less than 1500- may require an official count to de- cte. It now seems assured that cosovelt's majority over Wilson in State will not fall below 5000, and ay exceed that figure by several ousands when complete returns are ceivert. incomplete returns leave little mbt that the Republicans will con ol the legislature by a good mapority id that Thomas Stirling, Progressive, ill be elected United States senator to succeed Senator Gamble. Estimating from siu-li re- ceived, tho total vote in South Dakota for President, will stand about, as fol- lows: Roosevelt, tiO.OOO; Wilson, 000, Tliera were no Taft electors the field, because Roosevelt support- ers controlled tho party machinery, and placed five Roosevelt electors on the regular Republican ticket. North Dako'in Close Fargo, N. D., Xov. coin- returns indicate that Wilson's count In Ncrth Dakota is decreasing somewhat, while' that of Hanna foi increasing. Wilson's phi rality may not exceed more than 4, 000, when the final returns are in Twenty-seven counties in complete show tbat the governor is less thai 3.000 ahead, while Taft leads Roose veil for second place in some comities. Incomplete returns from all counties show Hanna has a, plurality over Hell- strcm of six thousand, and these fig urea are likely to >be increased to SOOO when complete returns are hi. The entire State .Republican ticket has been victorious. Three Republi- can Congressmen are conceded to be elected by their opponents. The Su- preme Court justiceships are in doubt. Many precinct clerks neglected to in- clude the vote for. justices, and if the vote should it may be im- possible to determine the actual re- sults until the county canvassing board meets next week. Friends of both Bruce and Robinson claim their Secretary of State, Frank j favorites have but returns are so meagre and so confused that any statement is mere guesswork. All district judges, who are cam! dates for re-election, have won ou; with the possible exception of Judgi Cowan, of Devil's Lake, where result remain so close that ail official conn may be necessary tn decide. Both branches of the legislature are Republican by good majorities, and aftev six years of Democratic admin istration of the slate affairs, the Re publicans will now ha in charge of al departments. There is much specula tion over Federal appointments of of fleers. These will include Unitec States marshal, district-attorney; lam offices, post office and other positions that love, been in the hands the for a score of year. The new Slate officers are: Gover- nor, Louis R Hanna. Fargo; Congress- district, II. K. Helgeson, Milton; Second district, G-eo. M. Young, Vnltey Cliy; Third district, P. B. Morton, Mott: Lieut.-Governor, A. T. Kraabcl, Clifford: Secretary of Siate. Thomas H.ill, nismark; Attor- ney-General Anil rev; Miller, Bismark. vainly trying to break through Bulgarian ring. Despite Turkish searchlights, the Bulgarians frequent- ly make night assaults. Fighting is also taking place almost daily at Kar- agar, on the right, 'bank of the Maritza river. Powers Complacent Now London, Nov. G. The crushing, .remediable Turkish reverses have had the salutory effect of easing the dip- lomatic situation between the mem- bers of the concert of Europe. If the triumph of the Balkans had heen less decisive, and if they had become in any sense dependent upon the good 1 of the Powers, the allies undou-bt- known to have been on sale, and that there ho became embroiled in a quar- 10! which led to his murde.. So far this theory has revealed noth ing, but the police aru following It up, and if ft can be found that Durda. via. itecl any of these houses, the case will take on a different complexion. The Inquest Continued The Durda murder inquest, before Coroner Humphries and a jury, at tho Police Barracks, still drags along and evidence 'was still being given this afternoon at the time of going to press. A juryman at this morning's session took exception to the statement of a morning paper to tlie effect that the doctor had stated that there was no doubt that Durda had been murdered, whereas, as n matter of fact, tbo doc- tor had said that he could not tell pos- itively whether the, blows inflicted had caused death or uot. Shock or expos- ure .following the effect of the blows, could have been responsible for death The coroner noted the objection, More Evidence Gregory Sorofty mentioned tbe names of several of the 'parties who lived in tho house where the dance was held. Witness also gave a de- scription of the "music men." 'On the Monday evening witness went to bed towards ten o'clock, and Bezovi and Druda went put, tho former leading the way out not hear any noise outside the house. lie went to bsd and slept until seven o'clock Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin screw steam- ers sailing from Montreal and, Glasgow every Saturday carry- ing One Class cabin and Third; Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from St. John, N.B., Dec. 5th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now and secure tho best, H costs no more. Apply to any railway, steam- ship agent or H. E. LIDMAN. General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, next morning. The room 'where the wedding and dance took place was not very -large. After the wedding, the SPECIAL Tourist Sleepers rwv MONTREAL I QUEBEC ST. JOHN connecting with ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS BOYALlMAIL. JHHS5B November-December WINTER Excursion Rates On Sale daily, Nov. 7 to .Dec. 31. Reserve berths now for CHRISTMAS SHIPS See Local Agent for details or Write J. S. CARTER Genl. Agent 210 Portage Ave, Winnipeg wedding party went over town and bad their pictures taken by a photo- grapher. About Bezovi George Katui remembered Monday last, when he came home from work at 3.30. There was a wedding party the house at the time. Witness saw Durda, Metro Haluka, Polanko, Gregory Unafrlchuk, "VVasil Kalena,, Gregory Sorofty, Bexpvl, Wasil Unafrichuk, and others. Wit- edlv would have been deprive of wasii unamcnuK, ami omers. wu- the fruits of their gallantry and sac- ness dad not know he names of al his boarders. He could tell them by their Gco. H. McGUlivary, for years clerk md treasurer of CbarlO'ttenburg town- ihip, is dead, near Jolm J, Floy, a St. Cathnriuos man, upurinlemlent of Fletcher Paper Com- y's plant ;u Alpcim, .Mich., died nnly while at his work HATS HAIR. HEALTH 5 Restores color to greyor faded hair; Cleanses, cools and invigorates the Scalp. S Removes Dandruff-there- by giving the hair a chance to grow in a healthy natural way and stopping its falling out. Keeps hair soft and glossy.-----Is not a dye. nrvl SOc nt Drue Stores uoon of prlco !ind tlcalc, Send JOc for trial Mile. I'hilo Hay Co., Nowarfc. N J.. U, S. A. HAS A CORE FOR TUBERCULOSIS Berlin, Xov. a meeting of the Ucrlin uindir-al society today, Ur. Frederick l-'ricdiiKUiu announced the discovery of lie believed to he practical cure for rvery form of rifice. But, as it is, the Powers are accept- ing the -accomplished fact, and Bul- garia's occupation of Constantinople, the bare thought that at tlie outset was declared Intolerable, is now re- irded as both inevitable and just. England's interest in preventing the Turk from being driven in despera- ion back to Asia, is more vital than that, of any other Pownr, because tliat might lead to a dcclaration'of a holy and a Mohammedan revolt, ser- ipusly involving India. Bulgarians by the sagacity with which their cam- paign was planned and their consum- mate military qualities, as well as the tremendous gallantry with which their plans have been tarried out, have conquered not alone the Turks, but the admiration of the whole civ- ilized world, Tlie full oC Constaiitinoplq is thought to he a matter of a few days, but ft is now feared that the settlement of terms will lead to internal com- plications, as Czar Ferdinand has de- clared that he wants a peace that will be indeed, is essential to Ualltau development. War Reporter Located London, Nov. Daily Nefws las received from Constantinople, a nessage, establishing the safety of McCullagh, war correspond- ent, who was reported killed. i The message gives no details con- cerning his whereabouts, but it is be- ievetl probable tbat he was captured )y Bulgarians, as was reported in a nessngo received in London some lays ago. MADE FORTUNE Calvary, Xov. Koss 'clean-up' _____ When 'Witness wsnt to bed at a quarter to nine on Monday evening, Wasil Unafrichuk and Polanko were Iii the house. The two'men who were arrested and released yesterday wit- ness knew by the names of "Wusil Kal- .Polanko. Witness did not know these men by any other name. Wasil Polanko was-the first man he saw when he came- home from work. About an hour and a half lat- er, he saw a smaller man, Kaleua, come in to the house. Supt. Wilson: How often did you these two men before you went to sleep? Witness: 1 could not exactly say as to this. Supt. Wilson: You have heard of Durda's death. When did you first hear of it? Witness: I heard about It the first time from Bezovi about seven on Tuesday morning. I fix the time hi hearing the mine, whistle. Supt. Wilson: Where were you then? Witness: Jn my house. Supt. Wilson: What did Bezovi say? Witness: Ho came a'-'d said "Durda Is killed. He Is laying on the side- I .said, ".Maybe you fool me." Bj-zovi said. "You come and Supt. Wilson; What were Bezovi's 0'ivn words? Witness: The first words he said wore: "Is Dii-rda The Coroner: Where did Bezovi sleep the night trafore? Witn-css: Ho slept at No. ti. Supt. Wilson: Did you make any re- mark about something bimig wrong? Witness: 1 didn't thfcik anything about it. Supt. Wilson: What condtion wa clothing in when he came to you? Witness: I didn't notice anything peculiar, lie was dressed as ho is to- day. Yesterday's Session KEEPS YOU LOOKING YOUNG Por C.ale and RccommrnrJcd by RED CROSS (XHIG BOOK CO. Ltd. syndicate composed of Kdinnnton cap- TJtroe-year-old Howiird Ucniko, of Stirling is dead from drinking carbolic tic id found i-n a bnttlo on a refuse heap. Montreal Longshoremen's. Union passed a resolution regretting the ro.- ers. Woman's Rights and Bad Bread Xo woman lias any right to offer ner husband heavy, amir, nasty broad, when she- can avoid Jt by White Su'an Yeast Cakes.. Asjv your grocer for a 5c. package di cak.cs) or send for a free sample to Ihe White Swan Spices Cereals, Limited, Toronto, Out. Richard Harding Davis, during Ills Atlantic City honeymoon, said at fish luncheon: "J ccnfeSH that 1 uni not pleased with tho modern trend of fict- ion. The newest notion leaves a bad tusto'in tho month. U Is full of double- the parlor maid's re- mark. A gentleman came to breakfast one morning with bloodshot oyes. Ho drank eight glasses of water hurriedly, then, ho muttered hoarsely to the pretty parlor msid: 'Tell me. Adelc, did T reach home last night very mich under the 'Indued yon lid, the inn Id replied. 'Why, sir, you kissed lilt- The Jury The following is tlie personnel of ,r. B. Router, .1. Ilarria, S. T. Ashcrofl, F. Robins fho jury: .1. W. Tucluvt'Il. and U. Haydon. could not remember It could he. Witness felt the hands of the body and found them cold Witness saw the body ou John street at the crossing on Main stieet. Witness could uot tell anything else. Mike Komar found a man lying dead on the ground yesteiday rnoin- ing at C.30 oil John street. WitnoBB lit a match and looked at tho man, whom he thought uas dead. Blood was on, the dead man's face Wit- ness described tile position of the body at the time he saw it. Rids, Hihieh and Joe Thomas gaie evidence as to the condition In which they found the body. Steve Gressell, swom, said he saw the dead body of Durda and and told Plsko about it. Witness was ou way to work at No. G yesterday morning when he saw the body Prekop Popclanko said he was at the wedding on Monday iilght and had no trouble with anybody there. Witness wag fairly sober aud stept in. the shack that night. Witness denied having called Durda a "swine" at the wedding dance. Witness did not hear any loud words or quarrelling at the dance. Witness first sa'w the body yesterday morning after 7 o'clock. Witness did not think there uas deiice of any quarrel having taken place judging from the position ot the dead man's body. Mrs. Komar also sa.w the dead body, the face of which was all over .blood. Wassal one of the sus- pects released, was .at the dance on Monday evening from 7 until 10 o'clock, where he saw the deceased man Durda. Witness said Durda told, him his teeth fell out, but witness only laughed at this. After witness left the dance he went home to Bill SIminuk's home on John street. Wit- ness did not use threatening words to Dnrda to the effect that he did not fear Durda. Witness did not see the body. He did not know' anything about the murder until the police camo to his house and arrested him. Last Night's Session The evidence adduced last evening was principally that of Wasil Bezovi, who is at present being held as a material witness. Bezovi explained his movements during the wedding and dance celebrations. BOUGHT BASSANO PROPERTY Bassano, Nov. townsito property, valued at mis pur- chased yesterday for an English syn- dicate by the name of Francis M. Homer, of London, Eng. Tile deal 'ivas consummated by J. II. Smith, general agont of the Canadian Pacific lands, at Toronto. .Mi1. HoriHr, representing tlie Eng- lish capitalists, was very much im- pressed with the possibilities of Bas- sano, and 'purchased the property on- ly after making an extensive investi- gation in Saskatchewan and Al'berta. What Witnesses Know Max Honmla, the first wiluess call- ed, said ho was going to work along Seventh avenue and came to within a few feet of tho sidewalk where ths body was found. This was on Tues- day morning last. Witness and his comrade nisi, and they thought it was a drunk man lying down. Witness could not, tell who It was as It waf cnvnrnl wllll blood. Thorp was j oilier mini there previous to this hut i ;