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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTlv LETTTltRTDGE IUTLY HERALD Friday, November 8th, HARRY LAUDER "THE BEST KNOWN TRADE MARK IN THE WORLD- VICTROLA 6-H AND OTHERS OF THE WORLD'S LEADING VAUDE- VILLE ARTISTS WILL PERFORM. THEIR FAMOUS SPECIALTIES IN YOUR OWN HOME, WHEN EVER YOU WISH, IF YOU OWN A GENUINE -'SB VICTOR VICTROLA ijfS tlie marvellous Musical Instrument that repro- duces the original tones and accents of the singer to such life-like perfection, that you actually FEEL the presence of the living Artist. Free .demonstrations at any of His Master's Voice" dealers -everywhere. Victrolas are from 00 up. Easy payments as low as per week if desired. Double-sided Records are 90c for the two selections. 5000 Records to choose from. Ask for free copy of our 300 page fi Musical Encyclopaedia and Mrs. Van Puyster's idea. m Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited. IIBI Bill Bill III! asm lilR MONTREAL IHIIHEIIMHH Robert- son's Book Store for Vidrolas We carry the only full and complete stock of Victrblas and Victors in the city, together with 3000 records Visit our Victor Parlors to-day Dominion Block Lethbridge Triple Alliance Intrigues to Frustrate (Continued from front iias Daily N'ows; "Public opinion hero will insist on Sorvlu get this an opeu way to tiio SOIL." Daily Chronicle: "Austria-Hungary inltfhr nurchosu ItHHim by fering Italy un autonomous Albania, uutier an hullan prince, unit herself re-assert her claims to the Sanjak and Snlonlkl. It would bo a disgraceful bargain." Standard: "To the victors cannot bo denied a sliaro in the Daily Graphic: "it would consti- tute- an Ineffaceable stain on the. re- imtatiou of the Balkan States if they shoulil despoil and partition Al- bania." What Correspondents Learn, The correspondent of the Daily Chronicle- at Constantinople tele- graphs: As tlio intention of the Balkan states are yet unknown and the HC- ebril among the Powers is not com- plete, the question of intervention is still uncertain. Nazim Pasha tele- graphs, asking the government not to despair, to carry en the war to the bitter end, and he strongly ad- vises against mediation. The same advice comes from Prince llarlim, the Sultan's .son. "The Turks are counting on the expectation that the Bulgarian fore- are enfeebled alter their enor- mous exertions of the last fortnight. Kiamil Pasha has assured the Ar- menian patriarch he need have no 'ear of a massacre of Europeans. "After a meeting of the council of ministers last night, it was an- nounced that Turkey is willing to sac- rifice much in order that an annis- :ice may be arranged. The French Ambassador is making; vigorous ef- forts towards peace." Alt Ready to Skip The Standard's Constantinople cor- respondent says: "The wild rush of a demoralized and hungry mob of soldiers into the doomed city is the general terror. Many Turks have crossed ;he Bosphorus. and many Europeans are seeking refuge aboard steam- ships. The Sultan's yacht is waiting with steam up to take him to Brusa, in Asia Minor. The Imperial treas- ures have already ,been sent away. "Twelve warships of the Powers are in the Bosphorus. It was re- ported that the united Powers will lay before the Balkans today the fact that Turkey has applied for media- tion, but it is believed the allies 'will insist' on being addressed directly by the Porte." WHERE ADVOCACY WAS EFFICACIOUS GENERAL STRIKE MAY RESULT EVEN THOUGH GOVERN- MENT GRANTS ELEC- TORAL REFORMS ________ Brussels, Nov. demand for franchise reform including tlie aboli- tion oi plural voting and the institu- tion of universal suffrage is heing rgetl in Belgium.- II, was recom- mended nt a meeting of the Socialist Police Baffled Over Stafford Mystery (Continued from Trout pa go) Mr. ami Mrs. rinchuk deposed thai last Monday ujslii, about cloven, tlioy liatsod tlio spot whore the btxly wns I'ouml on Tuesday morning. Ai.tlmt .MO of whlyh would scorn to strengthen the belief that tho murder was c-om- mltted after .eleven o'clock oa Mon- day evening. Tanuasso Uudcluik also fciivfi evi- dence as to the time he left the ttauco on Monday night, while Grorge a nopliew of Dnrihi, nad Gco. Ctrosso also testified as to thoi'r iden- tification of The test- imony of other witnesses did not re- veal anything ot sigaiflcaiice. Yesterday Afternoon's Evidence lilln Ubralnetz, sworn, testified that he 'was playing the IHldlc at the wed- ding and thai stopped playing about eleven o'clock last Mon- day night. A number of the ueupte left lieiore eleven and some titayud until half past eleven. Witness did not know anything about the murder until 'Bezovi came and told lilm that n fellow hud been killed. Witness did not hear or see any trouble at the wedding festivities. Mrs. Katin said sho did not Unow ;ho immes of many people at tlie dance beyond those 6E the boarders. Witness that Bozovl told her hus- band that Durdii had boeii Killed. Mr. Katiii asked Bozovi who killed Durda but the latter said he didn't know. Witness Bald she heard Bezovi tell her husband that he had-slept at No. tf the night before the murder. John Gachufe, another ot" the musio ans, who played the aceordian at the dance, said he saw Bozovi when it was late. The fu'St lime lio saw .Be- zovi was about o'clock and the itst time it was about half past eleven Prepo Popolauko, recalled by the my. said he left the wedding be- tween nine and ten last Mon- lay evening when he loft the dancing had stopped. Witness and Gachuk eft the house together and didn't see ULREADY FOR THE CLEANING GIL LETTS LYE JttKIN'OUIAMj anybody standing outside with Durda but did not see him after 7 o'clok. Wasil UnafrichuK, recalled by the jury, reiterated part of tlie evidence given by him yesterdayi afternoon. FAVOR CIVIC WOODYARD BrnntCord, Nov. local Trades mid Labor. Council, at its meeting endorsed a resolu- tion favoring the establishment of a civic coal yard. SALE OF MILLINERY COMMENCING Nov. 8th And continuing 1'or one week I will soil nil trimmed hats at cost price. All felt: shapes, wbigs, mounts and feathers at 25 per cent disuomit. Also Bibljons, Veilings, etc. MISS CAMERON SUITE HILL BLOCK HE WAS MISTAKEN Kingston; Out, Nov. Campbell was accidentally shot to- day at Canonto, four miles from Fol- ger. Lizzie Scales, while; handling a shotgun, accidentally! touched tlie trigger, and the gun was exploded, the charge er.wring Campbell's head, killing him instantly. Campbell had told the girl that the gun was harm- i less, as he had unloaded it. Rates ROUtiD TRIP FIVE MONTHS LIMIT On Sale Daily, Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st FROM ALL RAILWAY STATIONS MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN, ALBERTA AND THE KOOTENAYS .GREAT BRITAIN, IRELAND, SCANDINAVIA AND "THE CONTINENT CHRISTMAS SHIPS St. John and Liverpool Empress of Ireland'.. .Fri. Nov. 29 Empress of Britain'... Frl. Dec. 13. Empress of Ireland Fri. 27 For .reservations of berths or'fur- tliRr partfpnlntt.appl'K any ugont. J. S. CARTER, Gen'l Aflent 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Man. ST. LAWRENCE SAILINGS Empress of Ireland Frl. N.pv. 1 Lake Champlain Sat, Nov. 7 Empress of Britain Fri, Nov. 15 Lake Manitoba.....Wed. Nov. 20 Extra Sailings to Mount Temple Sun. Nov. 17 Lake Michigan Sun. Nov. 20 Last Sailing from St. Lawrence WHAT SURGEON LEARNED IN WAR MODERN GUNS WOUND BUT DO NOT INFLICT LASTING TORONTO'S FILTRATION SYSTEM Toronto. Nov. Winchester who comUmted an investigation into complaints made several alder- men, reported that the 1'iliration plant at the island is not defective, and is doing its work admirably. party, liuM some time ago, that in the event of it being refused liy the government a general stoppage of work should take place. It is con- sidered that these drastic treasures have been so strenuously advocated that should the government accept an electoral reform scheme, there may he some dilliculty in preventing the gen- eral stoppage of work decided upon. SCHOOL INSPECTOR 'Kingston, Out., Nov. William Snankie, Wolfu Island, will on Decem- ber 1st, retire from the position of In- spector of Public Schools for South Frontenae, which ho has held for a quarter of a century. Berlin, Nov. .Icdliclic, of Prague university, delivered today a lecture on his experience at Belgrade, where he is about to return. He lias already treated 670 wounded, ot whom only two suffered amputation. Very remarkable is the rapid, suc- cessful healing of wounds caused by contemporary fire-arms. Even an in- jury to the heart, occasioned Iiy rifle fire has healed quickly and thorough- ly. On the strength oi these observa- tions he characterizes the modern fille as a weapon which disables but seldom kills. AFTERMATH OF HALLOWE'EN Wadena, Sask., Nov. .las. Laing was today committed for trial on 11 charge of shooting Seward Ilouge with intent to do bodily harm. The magistrate granted hall on Hceurliy of The evklenco went to slum1 that on Hallowe'en night a band of youngstcTH had been up to mischief, and that the accus- ed had been guarding his rcHidcnco. To Hcare the band ho had fired, sev- eral sholK and lloufiu was hit In the arm. New Restaurant esseia Baked chicken, salads of all kinds, .macar- oni and cheese, cheese straws, pies, cakes, dunghnius, etc., for sale. Made fresh daily. Anything made to order on short notice. All Home Cooking server! in home-like sur- roundings and nice meiils. Tryii. _ The Markell 2I4-Fil'th Street Soiilli, Ldlibrhlge. be oi real use, winter footwear must be strongly built of the best so UiiiH: it, at tho same time, adds to the elegance and I'.oatncss of your personal appearance. That's the only kind we CAN we :iOld any other sort we could not hialntnln the ropnlalion we haret built for this class of footwear. NOW IS THE TIMETO BUY YOUR WINTI-'.R FOOTWEAR LET YOU SOME OF THE FOLLOWING; RUBBERS, OVERSHOES, FELTS OF ALL KINDS MOCCASINS, CARDIGANS and OVER-GAITERS CHILDREN'S HIGH TOP LEATIHER BLUCHERS and BUTTONS FOOT TOO ;