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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Sjifiii'day, Xov, Auslria-lluns;ary and Italy (lurinf; their coiifprcnce in licr-lin decided 1o propose In (ircal, llri- I tain, Franco and Uussia the formula of ".\ibania tor the .Mhauians" as a soluUon of the Ualkan siUialion, ac- ! cordiri}; to inform'Stion received here. � Holh .Xuslria-lIunKary and Italy are tcprcsenlcd as having agreed not, to make any territorial claims for Ihcni-selvps ami jointly to bar Servia from reaching^the sea through Albania. OipIomat.s Worrying I'aris, Nov, 8.-The,threatened rupture bet ween Au.stria-Hungary and .Servia on the question ot Servian access to tl'.c Adriatic Sea and the imj-mcnsity of numerous other political I quiclcsands caused by the collapse r.t ' Turkey arc cavising gvavc concern in diplomatic circles in Paris. .\t the moment when an iutim.itc accord is more desirable than ever before it is pointed out that the tv.o groups of European nations known as the triple alliance and triple cn^cnri; which together compose the so-ealied concert of Europe find themselves badly out of tune and arrayed in hor.-tilo camps. With Uussia leading, France and England arc inclined to support the .Servian claini.s on which Austria-Hungary encouraged by Germany ard Italy, ai)parently has placed a direct veto. Among other hrisUing intctu.ilion-al dillicMlties arc tlic 'ccmipensalion Uouniania will demand as an offset to the aggranrti/cmcnt of Bulgaria, the future standing of the l)ardanellc;s, Constantinople, .Saloniki and 'lurkey in Asia, the fate of the islands in the Aefi,ean sea, the regime to l.e in-trod\iced in Albania and the a;';ust-ir.vnt of the condicting .Vustrian and Italian special claims there in such a way that the other powers shall not be prejudiced. Apart from all tjusc visible controversies comes nijws of the proclamation of a Russian pio-tcetoratc over Chinese territory c(,ual WE HAVE FOR SALE 50 feet In the heart oC business district OC ... .Lethbridge. ^Small payment in cash, ,balance to suit purchaser. LETfSBRIDGE UNION REALTY CO., LTD. Office: Room 5, Johnson Block. P, O. Box 196 in extent to ono-lhitd of the whole of Europe. All Appeal to l'a.s.sion Constantinople, Nov. 8.-There is every indication here now that the war .against the Ilalkans will iic continued' to the bitter end as by Nnzim Pasha, the Turkish com-mandDr-in-chicf. oniccrs of the arn.y join with the Turkish press in applauding the determination of the cominnndcr-in-chicf to continue the fight and it is stated that liip i diiu-latioii ot the Turkish Kmpire is icaay to assist by every means in its power. At the same tinfc many Mosloins arc said to have sworn to ..acriiice their lives to safeguard the glorv of Islam. The Ycni Gazette says IfKlay: It Europe wishes to tear up treaties it may do so, but wc will not :illo\v the Koran and the History of f)sman to he torn up. All the Turkish ni'ii-istcrs, with the grand visier, aged ,81, at their head, as well as our hij-h dignitaries, our soldiers and tlic whole nation have sworn 'o shed their blood in that cause. Those v.lio entertain the idea ot abandoning ihc I'alherJaiid will incur the malciliction of the Almighty Prophet. Will Enter Constantinople Bulgaria has no intention nf n\aining in Constantinople, accoriiing to an ollicial at the Bulgarian legation here. The Bulgarian troops will, however, go to the Turkish capital. Tlie official declared, "Even had other circumstances not rendered .such a course necessary, the latest action m.inder-in-chiet in informing the Turkish Urand Visier that his army desired to continue the war compels Bulgaria to enter tlic Ottoman capital. Bulgaria (lesires to insure a .stable and lasting peace. This is in-possible so long as any portion ot the Turkish army is able to ledarc that it is willing to continue the war. (t therefore is necessary to place beyond all doubt the absolute defeat of the Ottoman army and to prove to the world who is the c(m-qucror, by the entry of Bulgarian troop.s into Constantinaplc." Famine n-.'.-;naccs the inhabitants ot the Turkish Fort .Janine in the extreme vcs-tcru part ot the Balkan peiiinsii'.i, according to a news agency despatch from .Uhcns. It is reported that indescribable atrocities iiavo been commit led there by the. Turkish tirbbps. THE BEST YET GAS WELLS ON IRRIGATION LANDS A SNAP Two lots on corner 7lh .Vvenuc and llUh St., would soli Tor ?t450 it taken at once. Cash or terms, or would excliango tor horses as part payment. Apply to Windsor Hotel CHAS. DOMBROSKI, OWNER FOR SALE Farm of .1020 acres near Cranhrook, B. 0. six miles from Kailwtiy station; 300 acres natural liay meadow, balance can he irrigated and converted into first-class agricultural a,nd fruit land. An ideal location for a stock farm on Iho line of tho new govora-ment automobile highway, now under coimiruction. For price and terms write The Lund Land and Development Company, Limited WARDNER BRITISH COLUMBIA (Bow Island Kovicw) Co!itrantors in chargo ol' the work nuith of Bow Island, wlieroa deep gas well is being drilled for tho,Southern Alberta Land Co., Ltd., ot Alcdicino Mat, notified J. D. McGregor, managing director of the comjmny, that they �L-.\t)�ctcd to strike gas paystrcnk at " depth of 2;J00 feet at any lime. Accordingly, a party was made up to visit the scene of operations last Sunday, to be present at the blowing out. In tho party were .Mr. McGregor, Mr. tCeunedy, the noted Irrigation expert, who is in ch:irgo of ihe extensive English Irrigation system In India and also in other colonics, L. 11. Taylor, Mr. Stavy gravity from tho Bow Kivor, tho work having b�cn actively in progress for tho last four years. The dli�i-t ot the company Is composed ot wealthy English capitalists, who arc showing their faith in the ferlililv of the soil of Alberta by steadily pouring ihoir millions into this Kigaiiiif enterprise, -Mr. McGregor having euliro chiwgo of the operations from the inception. Much interoai locally is evinced in tii-a progress of the inmpHny, as it Is recognl/jed thai tho success, now ensured, will have a influence on tho province of Alberta. Just We have the exclusive sale of 48 IbtSi adjoining Gal-braith School on the east, commanding one of the best views in the city. Only one block from water and sewer and within, a few minutes of street cars. IH^^M* Comer Loto $275.00 each rxices. Loi^ $250.00 each Special terms of 1-8 cash, balance $15 per month, with 6 per cent interest. These are the best buying in the city. Make your selections at once. Alberta Loan & Investment 416 5th Street S. Company Telephone 1214 Offices in Lethbridge, Calgary, Edmonton^ Vancouvei* ASSOCIATED BOARDS HAVE FINE PROGRAM Official Call Issued for the Convention at Macleod, Dec. 3. Con^�cntion a number ot vital questions for discussion and action ^ amongst which will he: "Parcel Post," "Hotter Land Titles Offlco Facilities for Southern Alhctta," "Permanent Industrial Labor Commission," and a number of others ot equal import. The Executive Cmn-j mittce heartily invite all afTiliated The onicial call to the citiz,ens mid'hoards of trade to submit any leso-lloards of Trade of So\itlicin Alberta! i,t.ion.s they wish to this association to the second annual convention of to act upon at this convention, but the Associard Hoards of Trade has would respectfully urge that these' just been issued from the onicc ot resolutions be mailed to Uie Commis-Couimissioncr l.cech. Tho meeting. sjoncr by the 20th November il at all will beheld at Macleod on Dec. 3, | possible.' The convention will be open to the fullest discussion on any and all questions handled and Uiis "will be en- under active construction; the total coat ot the work on theac eight miles alono will be 135,000,000, next, ill tlio city hall at 10 a.m. 'I'ho Program lluring the convention there will V,c excellent given by the io\-','^outaseil by the chairman. All dele-lowing proiivinent gentlemen ol thc|K"*''^^ "re expected to acquaint thenf-proviiicc : I selves with the subjects to be dealt P. .1. Nolan, K. C, Harrister-at-, "^^''''i and to speak briefly and to the Law, ("algarv-"The Valiio ot Con-: l"""'^- executive wish to make ccnlraleil Kliorts. .1. S. Dennis, Assistant to the President, Canadian Pacifio Railway, in charge of N.itural Resources, Calgarv -"Publicity." Honorable Charles Stewart, M. 1.. A., Miiiislcr of Municipal Affairs, lOd-nionton-"Wily Wo Should Encourage the Forniation of Rural Municipalities and Their VaIuc to Us." The above throu addresses will be sivpu during the Inisiness hours of the convention and the loUowing gciillc-luen arc also expected to be present and deliver addresses during the cn-icrtaiiitiicnt part of the program : Tho Honorable W. R. Motlnn-well, M.L..\.. President of the Iiilcrnutional lUy-Farming Congmss, iMinistcr of .\gri-culturc tor Saskatchewan, Regina,; Fred \V. Downer, Honorary President of tlm International Dry-Fanning C'oiigrcs.s, Lethbridgc ; the Honorable Duncan Marshall, Minister of .Agriculture for Allicrta , the lloii-orabie Charles U. Mitchell, Acting Proniitr and Miiii.ster ot Public Work.s ; Ihe I Kuiorahlc .\. .1. McLean, Provincial .Secretary ; and eminent scientiiic dry-farmers of Southern Alberta, who were successful prize wiii-ncr.s al the l)ry-l''ariiiing Congress. The executive will submit to the this one ot the big features ot the convention. MAC'JJiOI) '.Macleod. Alta., Nov. S.-Mr. .1. S. Lambert, the contractor for the Leishart block, Is delayed ou account of not receiving tho steel, otherwise Ih'o fittings are complete, and ho Is ready to fiiiish tho' block. Our prize winners for wheat at the Dry-Farming ('ongress are roeeiving letters asking how,many bushels they liav(! for sale. Macleod district bus been noted for years for the very ox-ccUont (luality of 'wheal grown, and Saskatchewan made iio mistake when they t}urchu8ed grain from tho Kume-ly winner, as the seed was grown one and a half inilea south oi: tlra town of Macleod. Kmniirios for .Macleod real estate arc coming in from the Car Kast, accompanied with cheques to make a good Investment, and no bettor can bo made than In Macleod Healty. Tho new Lexington avenue subway In New Yorlc city Ir to ^be 10 miles long. Eight ot the 10 miles are now Woman Manages Big Dairy Ranch Mrs. T. F. Grllllth of Spokane, Wash., has demonstrated hov ability as an excellent manager ot one ot the best dairy herds In the northwest. She has In charge more than 1,000 acres of land and a flno bunch of Hoi-Bloln cowB. The product ot tlio farm goes oil the market at I'uncy prices. Tho secret of Mrs. Grlfllth's buc-coss lu that she iins surroundoU hor-BoU with capable help and knows by personal Insiiootlon just how things are being conducted. Naas Valley 40 acre Farms $50,00 (U)wii, and |10 to $20 per jiiouth, with 0 |)er cent interest. Tliere's a 40 acre farm a\\''aiting ytni in the IS'aas Valley. (let a "home" that will pay i'or itself within a year. Full partitjulars on application. T. E. PATTESON 11 Slanoiil lJlo(;k AGENT Own a Home The solid brick, fully modern six room cottage, No. 536 12th St. S., is for sale and no reasonable offer Avill be refiLsed. The lot has .50 feet frontage and faces east. For particulars etc^; write to the owner, 0. D. Austin Drawci'L Lethbi'idge, Albei'ta UNPRECEDENTED OFFKR 16 Lots in North LothbrJdg�.f' centrally located $3150. No caah required. Bankable noteiaccept-ed. 1 J. R. REVILL r-) Room 4j Klrkham Block. ' . ' Phones 1018. !!   Two 50-1'oot LoiH Toivrance Avenue North Lethbridge $400 Each Terms HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN Reward oiToi-ed for information leading to tho conviction of partius destroying our signs, -lit- The Dowsley - Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock BIdg:. 7th St Phont 544 ;