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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald VOLUME PRICEFIVE CENTS 1012 SIXTEEN PAGES Number 281 BONAR LAWS NEGATIVE SPEECH f Disappointed Followers in No Pronouncement on Tariff Reform Issue THE NAVY Series Suggestive Questions Which He Would Not Answer hopes of WHAT DOES THIS MEAN British battleships Britan Commonwealth and and the cruiser Black Prince left hero today for the Far They sailed within two hours of the receipt of or ders from the British Admir HOLD ANOTHER CONFERENCE WAR MILITARY MEET IN OTTAWA TO DISCUSS THEIR PROBLEMS military con ference similar to which was held last year in the capital will be held again KAISER READY FORM FRAY Interviews His Officers and Army is Ready for Mobilization TRIPLE ALLIANCE Austria and Italy Against France and Russia Conservative Unionists that Honor at the beginning ot next year in the Imperial Ga annouuced last uifiht that Em was a great success and practical re inspect NEW GOVERNOR OH ILLINOIS OK CHICAGO ANOTHER BANK MERGER PROBABLE HOME BANK ISXIKELY TO TAKE IN NEW TION OUTLOOK IS BLUE FOR BOAT Royal George is Taking in Water Rapidly Re ports the Captain REMOVING CARGO One Hold is Filled and Water Seeping Into House TO TIE UP AT CHAMPION There Is a force of snryfly ors camped at hear tlio new The surveyors have commenced a survey of 4 the new line of railway from hero to Calgary via This is the lino will connect Taber with Gal via Expanse Coulee and r EMPIRE THEATRE WAS ON FIRE SHERMANS PLAYHOUSE IN ED MONTON AGER HAD CLOSE CALL of conscription jfjoicecf by Lord The leader suits were seen tho referred at length the Balkan and declared the lesson was one for rapid and unexpected display 6 military force and efficiency on the iart of tlie Balkan states is in my one of the most memorable in said Honar war lias brought to the front questions which afiect the vi of national interests the os arcnot of hut have en cherished for To some the great powers such an end of hings is war carries a lesson and a ous lesson for On the one there was courage andmilitary On the other no less cour but without military efficiency nd you have seen the as nation have courage in but outpaced with the great European pfibwers we have no one can Ifreieiid to Foi navy is not L ourtitet lino it only Is it equal to the time Cries of Thefirst lord of ihe admiralty has shown that he un stands the On this ques i I shall leave party politics on When Right Wins jjsfltou Churchill assumed office he made in the House of Commons in which lie showed how Clearly he realised the danger with jjwhich we Has he everything in his power lo taken in their work by officers every Fly director the Home Bank of Can that while Empire owned by liner Kcyal was hadh gutted bv fire i which broke out in the babtnicnt car stranded sinceWednesday this mormnt Manager Bert Rus niglit on the rocks of the sciit has i suite of rooms up was water fast stairs in the building hid a narrow and may he impossible of escape and was rescued brnicans of a in an exhausted Horii from her captain this foseHe was awakened In theharking of noon that she was leaking that one hold was witli vrier with AUDACIOUS IN and that water had seeped tho Home had made no over tures for absorption of the in great quantities to the Banauo Internationale lu Canada as house and all the Efforts to extricate the ship not hceii The the ROBBERS LONDON MADE DARING RAID ONJEWELERS SHOP fourth auda cious jewelry robbery within a month parts of London took menentered a jewelry shop in Martins lane and asked to sec spine One of the men grabbed full of the second the while the third h el shopkeeper ivith a the one of mere formality An identical published simul taneously in Berlin and Home affirms that the visit of the Italian foreign to which came toan j end this brought about a cpmplete unanimity of ong the powers of the triple allance iMth reference to situation in the This communication confirms the fears now finding expression in the German that uropc is again on the vorge of dividing huscli into two hostile camps as On the occavon i The word received is not consider oi tlie crisis caused Ln the annexation J Co1 James the general manj and the fact of Bosnia and Herzegovina of tbe Homf Badk refused to j some o sent lions is I Servians now manifest insistmake anv statement in rej taken tomean that if the the chances were that negotia tions might entered into at any Seme weeks ago the Imper ial Bauteof an offer to tuKs alongside today waited for the directors of Rdctolnhe Forgers but nothing definite was A despatch Montreal his dog almost overcome managed to itach a window broke the glass ind the alarm The which was a much valued The biggest damage to j tiie building was done by smoke ami have SITUATION IS REPORTED SERIOUS French Cabinet Sat for Several Hours Today with Fallieres Present EUROPEAN WAR Servias Program Bids Fair to Precipitate a General Clash of Nations through high tide to pull her rhroiigli out the night the lighters removing the to night it is believed the ut nrl i o cargo will lie taken off days to float her is Home MNICOL IS RESIGNING APPOINTED FOR LOWES HE QUITS MANAGE MENT OF her trade to the probable of the ence upon 11Vi througJi Albania to the Adrirtic French coast and this is the rock on the ipcrmans are becoming convinced that the peace of Europe will be We are perhaps says ossischaXeituni to meet those dangers Has he to the height of his great rr Does he that this question no considcraiJiDns party advantage no considerations personal interest should as a dross in the balance Was lie determined that uo res chancellor of the ox or the cabinet will make one iota less than lie deems j vVnecessary for our security tJuring j or the l tion BOIJRASSA WONT RUN eflit oriel in LeDeybir Hour constsllai nssft declares he will iiot be a candid of ate in of contrary to all ruinois NO CLUE TO MURDER CASE Jatters mor was able to carry its Italy on that occasion stood a little Today she stands shoulder to shoulder with her central European whose position is consequently immeasurably stronger than it was three years DURDA MYSTERY IS DEEP THE BARN WELL CASE Although the Mounted Police are working on a new clue in the Durda muidor a clue which result ed from the nothing new has been brought to light which will make the case easier of It is now the theory that the murderer or murderers skipped town before the seven years we have been n rcccivert lhciE flrst intiination lie we have striven honestly the navy out of party politics in this respect I have tried is tllc SCIlcraI opinion in police shall continue to try to imitate tlic Case patriotic example of I think it to put questions before but I not attempt to answer downon the records as one of those unsolved mysteries of recent j This is not the only unsolved mys tery of Southern The Ushy ARE DEAD FIFTEEN INJURED LADIES HOOT JOHN BURNS number of siif BIG MILL BURNED Oc located at First street and Fourth caught fire about oclock today and before the fire could be the mill was substantially a total GOING TO TURKEY mentswere made today to send three she will have to spend a lung time in The Canadian N thcrn officials have not yet hope oC saving the ung i or WOMANS fijlffRY HUSBANDS HONOR LETTER SENT TO WARRIOR ON FIELD BY BULGARIAN WIFE frngettcs last night made a and seamen pre stration to prevent John sldent of the Local Government making a speech at The police were and ejected a dozen of the women and the meeting LABORERS ARE FEW v imen are known to be dead and 15 Bothers Injured in a hcadou collision between a Louisville and Nashville ever been ima murder is still j uully Hut i case parallel with the Durda affair happened in Lethbridge about ten years A row occurred among the miners in which a Russian supposedly by his fellow coun The body was burned and the remains hidden m the old Ter No clue to the mystery has is at pre sent a great scarcity of laborers in and advertisements in thc city and provincial papers call oer lore ihaii five hundred among these being one ffcmdred and fifty skilled from the naval training station lu Philadelphia as part of the comple ment assigned to the cruisers Tonnes sec and which have been orj The men will re port at the Philadelphia navy yard to YOSHIHITOS CORONATION to the Tolio the coroiuir tion of Emperor Yoshihito will take phicc In press prints this human document taken from LaRoumania of showing the spirit dominating the hearts of tlie women of the Bulgarian My Bear Husband Thou art Rejoin at Thou wouldst j lose a daycoming to limhrace Go and do thy I will for the God willnot wish thee to leave thy nine Their innocent voices unite with mine for thy good But do not worry about their He who watches over thee will watch over them1 If thou dost return thou wilt find t a proud If thou dost not know that the mem ory of thee will accompany me to my But I will find force to Owingto bis aipoin nieut as in in C Lo Co s local McNuol Iiuda that be will be unable to continue is man the he inthmte this fact to i meet ins of the Board on evening JleNicol have been reappointed to the but tlie increased business responsibilities just placed upon him compelhim to devote all his tiiuo to1 his now posi McNfcol has been amost efficient and exhibition and Ihe success oil Leth bridges fall fair in recent years is largely due to his uptodate method NOT READY FOR CIVIL ASSIZE OILLESPIE CASE WONT BE TRIED THIS MINK LER CASE train and work train at Emer late and fore man and assistant foreman of the work are among the The rest are The wreck is said to have been due to a misunderstanding of the It will take hours before the trncfcw are cleared of the wreckage andit is snid the bodies of other negro work men may be burTcrl in the MUST TAKE TO new combin ed land rates on wireless which were cjecirled ujron during the international wireless conference last June will go into effect on By I menus of this now arrangement message to a ship on the high rras can lie hnnilcd in at any office in Can ada in the mid Great Noilh woslcrn Telegraph Former I y a Ilegraph office could only be com pelled io do so sifter much tADidally iu Durdas funeral yesterday was large ly attended by fellow over 200 following the bier to the He was popular with his fellow citi and one oi the great hopes of the Mounted Police Is that some of them will obtain some evidence in which to hinpfi a and lhat the murderers will in this way he trnclr ed to The inquest will he re sumed on Friday next when the police hope to have sensational evi dence o In the case of the unknown man killed at Barnwcll station the police j have so far been unable to any evidence which would lead to an iden have they succeeded in learning whereabouts of the couple seen with the dead man qn the afternoon before his WILL BE KEPT BUSY very large her of cases lire down for hearing tho various points In the at wliloli sessions of th0 Hallway Com nifKflfon will be held during lusxt few Xo lhau throe eases will ho heard at peg The Gillespie suit against the will not Lomc up at the civil sittings oi the Supreme Court next So fai it has not been and it is generally understood that it will be left over until next spring until j the municipal elections have been de European situation Is considered in offi cial circles here to bt The French Cabinet met today at the palace of the with President Falliere mler Polncalre read to nig eel leagues the latest dispatches re ceivedfrom the French Am basadors at Petersburg and other which led to a discussion lasting several Only a Matter of Hours are now attacking with their strength the remaining Turkish positions and the fall oftheseVital defenceB in froutof Constantinople Is onlj a matter of according to todaj s dispatches from the Poites Took Outer Forts i Bulgarian array besieging Adrianoole today captured Kartaltepa and two outer lino of defending iftei a desperate artillery The troops Buffeted number of f Constaritlnopte Bulgarian third aimj has penetrated fai into theforest region south of Derkes to the advance oif while the is engaged against the main Turkish positions east of Thla po sition is not yet completely hut the end oC the Turkish resistance appears to he in The raw Turkish large numbers were rushed out1from Con stantinople to meet tlie enemys are exhausted veterans of the early bat are offering little serious re Hard Fought Battle battle which resulted in the capture of the Turk ish city of Prilip the Servian was one of the most severe that has been fought on this aide of thc Balkan Turkish Post local newspaper tho capture fay the Bulgarians 3f the Turkish port of on the icgean neaandof the city of Gumut miles southwest of he Turkish garrison oC ng their escape cut Sorno sovereign m hve bring up thy sons u is fossMe Ulat await death In his palace and I In tas and they wll be the children 01 a in tilis Kalmll national hero ami Christian m illllnclilalo action brillg Turkiah the case hut that is not the awaits the inevitable at Constnn teiilkm at tho present Mayor according to the correspond Match and Leslie PUlikor have tll that of the in connection with ihe Killing the Christians but papers have not yet teen paii disordcrs on LxDctcctiyc reported to have broken out in A caac of ocally Canstl ntilt0ph whcre Kurd solaiccs however he vs killing Christians in City oi u chinn for Gaata according to a special despatch from Has Conflagration Started published by thc Paris Under buildings in the Turkish cayi to have been set on and foreign embassies arc detachments of Turkish arising out an lit will jo sH nown for ic plaint iff s Ims his case while City Hal will appear on behalf 01 be In tins case the will hinge on the evidence as to wbe i lie naiihs or not the whrre the i AN APPEAL TO CEASAR a meeUng the Craibrook District Conserva tive hold last Etroiig resolutions were drawn and sent to Premier Minister of and for ing that a board of conciliation ue ap pointed to settle the uettveen and the CainJIuu Broth erhood of railway Continued on page EXTENDING B MAIL DELIVERY RIGHT ABOUT FACR lor ii will lie rctioiiinimidtid liy Vid ilo iiiu llio olltccrs of the SlxtyThfivl x KlflftH for lie iippoliihiimil us J one of that work of tlio extension of 11 e riiral mail duliverV service lias proceeded so far now h is anticipated Hint at tliR cud of ihis month ttirrn will ho at lonst 1100 routes in operation in liffercni parts of the Thirty new will Itf put in fiOivicc thin wliiJn about two move inulci iitlvisemeiU and tie Ijcsiiinliiii1 Of fncxl year llien is a likelihood 1 hi1000 murk will ;