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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Don't Pay Rent "OR-HIGH RATES OF INTEREST We Will Lxjan You Money at Slo TO BUILD OR BUY HOUSES TO'PAY OFF MORTGAGES TO IMPROVE REAL ESTATE WE GUARANTEE THE T(Me WHEN YOUR INDEBTEO-; !' .. NESS WILL BE PAID OFF . , Ofiiee open)na^^^e^^^ P'^'jr* International Home Purchasing Contract Company, limited .LETHBRJOGEOFFJCE: SUITE,!, DOMINION;BLQCK., PHONE 1507 J- � II m, r WILLOW RIVER On the tnaln line of Grand ; Trunk Pacific Hallway, and the Pacltl'c & Hudson Bay. Millions \pt acres of ; finest. agrlculturiU Umber and mineral lands'ore the inheritagc of WILLOW �1VER and It la the desire . ot,.: the Railway  Company to njako It one of ;thfr mc-3t Imporfaht towns in the entire Canadian , West. LbtB - 110 down, "�$ttf "per month; no taxes;-'. 10 per cent, off for . cash.; Write today for full Informal ' tlon. PACIFIC BOND AND LAND COR- ? PORATiafJ,- LIMITED 504 .Raclflc ^6iW'4 Vancouver B.C. BALKAN PRINCESSES AT FRONT AS NURSES "THE STUDENTS GLIDE" ONE OF THE BIO NUMBERS IN JOHN C. PISHER'S BIO) MUSICAL COMEOV'THE RED ROSE" AT THE MAJESTIC SATURDAY, NOV. 16th. DOCTORS GAVEHEROI Mrs. Stuart FinaOjr Swrtd LydmE.Pinkhuii'BV�i^l table Compottnd-HkI Story Intercttiiif. iGhiniMn�UK% Situation is Reported Serious (Continued from front paget Wlien':^ businW^.'; fa sood advertise : rorr.'o'to get^'monif; When huinosB is i bad 4idv�!rtl3t>-.;ni!)i'e to got some. | leward VOT- _____ information leading to jcpnvlctlon of whoever laid pbiMNt In the roar of G19 to 625 iitji; Street South, .about 3rd \Se.r tusen eiS-Mtlr street S. New Barnes Coal Min; Bcreenlngg, bj the Um or carload lotaL PRINCESS JUTTA OF TENE6R0 MON- mONB 14IS. ao,ak For Sale 50 feet, with buildings, revenue proilucing, on 8rd Avenue. Price �26,60O-Termi. Summit Lime Works 8 Bryan Block, Lethbridge, Alta. PRINCESS HELEN OF GREECE drinking men CURED OF THE HABIT BY THE NEAL THREE-DAY TREATMENT 'Every drinking man, In his sober momouta, realizes the handicap uQder which he is placed by his periodical lapses from sobriety. The man who drinks moderately or the one who drinks to excess, are both slaves to the habit, and from experience have learned that It la impossible to stop drinking without assiBtauce. Tfa� poison Is'In their system, and the craving for alcoholic stimulants must be eatlsfiod, Tbelr business suffers, tUelr social standing Is impaired and thislr aelt-respect steadily diminishes. The N�al Treatment conquers the drink habit effectively and etteot a cure in three day's tilme. Th^ Ijleal Treatment consists of. a purely vegetable medji^e taken' liptevaally and does not Include hypodermic injeetlont. The Neal Treatment .Temove? every trace of alcolio'Uo pijison from the sygteni, It clears -the bra'ln, steiidfe* the nerves and res. tores tbo body to a nonnaj healthy coudltlon. ' All, this Is done In three day's time and the patient leaves the InetHute with all ornviDtf for alcoholic stimulants banished. No drinking man can afford to miss thi� great opportunity- you can bo cured practloajly without loss oC time and places you oii an equal basis with your keen minded competitors in business llCo. Write today tor full partlcularB. Correspoudoncs strictly confldeutlnl, " . , Address The Neal institute Co., Ltd., 820 Thirteentli Ave. West, Calgary; Alborta. Greek Triumphs Athens,. Nov. 9.-The qapitulation of the Turkish fortress of Saloniki as well as Fort Karaburun was signed last night according to an official dispatch received by King George of Greece. Twenty-fivc thousand troops surrendered. An Idle Rumor Sofia, Nov. 9.-Premier Guech-off ol Bulgaria, says there is no truth in the report cabled abroad that the Turkish government has proposed to Bulgaria to begin peace negotiations without the mediation of the powers. Enter Capital Together London, Nov. 9.-The special correspondent of the Daily Chronicle at Constantinople telegraphs :� "The Greek (Icet is tran.sporttng troops to the left bank of the Uivcr Matitza. This move ha.s a two^Ioldj purpose. It enables the Grcclis. ' tft fall on the fortifications of the Dardanelles .by landing forces: at Cfalli-poli and also to open Jor the fleet a tree passage to Constantinople. "The Greek scheme of operations is , to join eventually with the Bulgar-' ians and enter Constantinople simultaneously with tliem. . Kcrvia's Dctermluation .. Vienna, Nov. 9.-The Servian minister declares Servia must have an outlet to the Adriatic in the region of Duraijzo which was cas)turcd by the Turks five liundred ycar.s.ago. Balkan Aiiies Policy liclgrade, Nov. 9.-The' league of the Balkan nation is utterly opposed to making Albania an autonomy state as desired by Germany, Au.stria-llun-pary antl Italy," said' I'remlcr Pach-itcli of Servia, in the course of an interview today. The i)remicr laid emphasis on the fact' that the allied Balkan states were working in harmony on all questions. He declared that they - de manded the complete disappearance ot the sovereignty of the Sultan from European Turkey ami the division oi the territory among tlic victorious nations belonging to the Balkan league. The partition of terrl tory, ho said, liad already been ar ranged along the road linos by the allies, the only questions left open for discussion being those relating to the destiny of Constantinople, Salon iUi and the Dardanelles. The fate of Constantinople and the .Dardanelles said the premier, would he left to the decision of the F.utopcan powers As for Saloniki, however, the Balkan allies had not restricted agreement as to who was to have it. This Story From Austria Vienna, Nov. 9.-It is confirmed by the newspaper "Mir", the Bulgarian official organ, that after the capture of Constantinople, King Ferdinand of Bulgafia will proclaim himself Em-Iieror and will a.ssiime the title of Simeon tlio Second, lie will also adopt the ortliqrio.'; faith. King Peter oi Servia, on the same occasion will take the title of King of All the Serbs. The title of King George of C! recce will he King of All the Hellenics. � King Nicholas of Monte Negro, will call himself King oi Monte Negro aiul Albania. Another Bulgarian statement is to the effect that King Kerdinand, n^.t intending to oppose the general desire of his army to enter Constantinople, will make a solemn entry into the Turkish capital accompanied by a largo retinue of representatives )f the other allies. These will include Ihe Crown Prince Ale.vandcr of lotvia and Crown Prince Constantino ol Greece. BROKE UP RADICAL MEETING Muroln, Spain, Nov. 9.-Conservatives yesterday disturbed a meeting presided over by the radical leader. Senor Luocoux. Revolver ahota wore fired apd the Radical deputy, AUaga, waa wounded in the hoad. Th� meeting, flBally broVe up in coar fujlon. Senor Lucoux; w^j^t to hla liotel g'ufrounded by crowd'3, some hur-rabine for the kins and otber� lor the republic. The civic guards were obli.g-ed to chiirge the crowds repeatedly before thoy could scatter the demonstrators. Many persons wore hurt. BRAKEMAN KILLED Reglnn, Nov. 8.-Brakeman J. L. McDonald was killed on the G. T. P. elding, north of the city this evening. Ho was standing oh the back of a caboose when the front part of the train, bumped into it, causing him to bo thrown onto the track,' the caboose backing over his body and cutting it almost In two,    Vegetarian One of the fleshless fraternity tele-phonea ue that he engaged a dertnan cook lady not long ago. His iwifo liked the appearance of the applicant; her references were good and the wages she demanded not exorbitant. "I'd like to have ybu come,'' said the lady of the house, "but perhaps you won't want to live with us., We are vegetarians and never have any meal in tbe house. Would you be satisfied with a vegetable' diet?" The fraul^eln scratched her bead. "Veil," she said �dubiously, "las beer a wegetable?"-Pittsburg Chron-icle-Telegraph. |;)mo. Mo.-"I think jrtmrV^ Compound is wonderful for It hai I me. I bad four (I ton and thagr i had female f and a tanar aothinrbotaai ation would halpl I conM n^t lit i lontf enonghte I and eonid aUli hardly any I waif �01 C5f.' "A yaar ago laat tprinc my gave ma op, and he waa anrprise4 to mif^ me this wring and to aee my eo!�ditieKf'>:;i I givelydia �> .Pinkham'a. Vaga^W; Compound the praise wherever I fa lar.v'i)^ I know I would not be here today or ha'vwl'!^^ our fine baby boy if I had not taken lt.*^'>> -Mra.SAitAM J. STVABT,R.P.D.Ka.% ' _ Bor 16, Elmo, Mo. ' / ' The raccesa of LycOa EL PInliham's f Vegetable Compound, made fmn roota > and herbs, is unparalleled. It niay bil;: used with perfect conAdencO by if��meB &; �| who suffer from dUpIacementa. iaflam* mation,Qleeration,taman,irregalarltiM; ]. peHodic pains, backache, bearing-down'i (ccUng, flatulency, indigestion.diarinesa^ ^ or neirvouB proatratlon. Lydia fe. Pink-hbm't Vegetable CompoundistboatBil- ' dard remedy for female ills. ,V ttic many Ulocvicji that constipation brings in its train. Medicine after mcdi^jue T have token in arder to find relief, but one and all lejft me in the same hopeless condition. It femed that nothing would expel from Die the one aitmcat llmt cau;:cd (o much trouble, yet at last I read about these Indian Root Pills. That was indeed a lucky da* for me, (or I was so impressed with the statements madt that I determined to jive them a fair trial. They huva regulated my ttomacb and beweli. I am cured of constipation, and I claim they hive no equal as a medicine." For over hi\lf a century Dt. Motsc't Indlnn Root Pills iiiive been curinp con-ttipnlion and elog^til, inactive kidneys, with all the ailments vvhlcli result from them, Tliey cleanse the whole systeni and^tirif^j^e bluod. Sold cv�>wbcn crowded: my work goes on just the same." Mr.' Bull's countenance will tell you that he is not fond of newspaper tei-views. The moment the report'er met him he knew he was up against It. Modest in his bearing, with voice of nohllity, and a pair of dark seizing eyes, back of which lies mind absorbed in the Work of the ChiiTch, Rev. Mr. Cull Impresso one with the belief that ho is an:3nl estate, and give thanks, but the significant pa-rt of the article was that it omitted to say to whom thanks should be glvau. "If you wish ail interview about the Christ, then you <*n have all the news you want." This phrase appropriately sets out th-e cU.iracter of the Rev. Paul Bull. "Are you uivjetlng with success in your mission, Mr. Bull?"' queried the Herald. ' Pausing a moment, with a kindly expression on hl's countfanoe, ho answered; "I can't tell you that. Time alone will unfold the answer." The revarond gentisman commenced his mission in Canada about the end ot last September, since that time he has held meetings in Winnipeg, Moose Jaw and Calga'ry. Mr. Bull's visit to Lethbridge, it is hoped, will he produotiv-a of gouulno benefit.' His addresses here will be well worth hearing. A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Meridian, Conn., 40 years old, was advised by her physician to try Dr. Martell's Female t*llls, she did BO wltb wonderful results. Tbousr ands of others would say the same. 20 years the �.'our druggist. TKAaiC DEATH or MILITARY AVIATOE IN TWINKLING OF AN BYE This Ib the conception by the artl8'< of the Toronto Star, iroiii c....... ' 03- crlptlons of the (Jital fljaM around t^e Adrlanople. fortifications by the Bui-narUnns. While making bbservatlons he was brought down by the enemies shells which tore hla machine to pieces. He' Is believed to be the first victim of the flying machine used In actual warfare, , DOCTORS USE THIS FOK ECZEMA Montreal, Nov. S'.v^Xho da*tli, oo-cur?e