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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tm5 T CTIIBRTOOK PAtLY TIERAIJI "lit IS MADE WITH ELUSON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR Light flaky bread requires good flour scientitlcally milled under the beet conditions. Our flour is also carefully inspected before hipment. It is the housewife's deligh't and when once tried is always used. TRY ONE SACK AND BECOME A BOOSTER Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND ^^D MAGRATH WILL FIGHT TO A FINISH o- Turks Will Not Give Up Until Death Seizes Them I'nri.h Nov. 'j.-The ilt^lcriuluutloli ot jtlie niinislry not to ylvo tip Constan-tlno\)lo while, life n'umllis, upiicarB abo to bo shiirej by the Turkish troops in tho fielil. Xi)twithstiindlng their terrible losses, tho ituloscribalilo I 'J'l'*^ hiirdtships they have eiulured in their!*''-'''-" cHmpuign against tho Bulljan allios, I An interview viiii u Huinarlan sol aud roplafliig them hy younguters troni th? military noadouiy. during three years Bhiiiit l.r>00 joined In this i way, hilt all of ilieiu were too .voting and liiexpcriuKcpd. { "Our oiglu hiindrcil l>atlallous of ; infiiuiry had iiiily seven officers tacb i at the outbreiiU n'.' 111." war, wlicrcas ( '. in tile, past llicy had always sLvtoon I or seventeen. What could yon cx-J pert our brave soldiers to do, without offietTs and wiiiiout focM, for wc have no eiiminissarlal dopurtnient. aiw. thins-thoy and tho fact that they are .slowly but j surely boins driven bacl; inch by inch In Iho direction of lUo Hosphorus, the Ottoman soldlora have declared they dier, who took part in the, tinttlc of I.iile Uurgns Is pu'.dished in tlio,.^latin. "What stnick un nio.sl." the soldier will accept neither mediation nor in- i "^"''l, "was the narmieasnec-inl despatch from Oonstnntinople to the 'Echo Be Paris. They will do their utmost to lick into shape the fresh troops b-jing drafted into Nazim Pasha's army, which is being rc-or-ga^lzud bE'hind the lines cf Tchatalja. Klamll Paslia has informed tho foreign ainbassr.dors In Constantinople that he will maintain order thtre until the end. If, however, the Turkish capital should lie orcupied by the in-va'Jcrs, tho Grand Vizier dsclares that he could not bo answ-erable for waht the exasperation of the population might lead to. Anything that might happen then would be on the co-nsclenco of Euro!.;!, he saM. Afternoon Teas Teu. cortVo. iiiid coco:!, iiunlc riuiit iiiid served with I'etil rieli erciuii. Just llu! rjolit llavor. Our cakes juul piislrv tire delicious. Kiitcr-tniu your Jvionds ut our tea room tlie,Jirst time you. are down town. Ki I liens formerly Hc!nv(>it'/er"s . �os-;{i,ssed that tho following t-td-j-grnma fo H. L. Uorilcn and tho Minister ot Labor, T, W. Crothers, should bo despatched: The Ut. Hon. U. L. Borden, Ottawa. "Resolved, that lb is ahflolulely im-poratlvo that stops be taken immediately to induce tho .Vlini.ster. ot Labor to appoint a board of conciliation Iwtwceii the C. P. R. and the Canadian Brotherhood of Employees now- on strike. Public opinion is 'with mon. "Cranb'rook Distrkt Con. Asskoc. "W. B. AIcKurl.tne, ',Sccrctary Pro Tent.'' The Minister of Labor, Ottawa. "Re C. P. It. strike ot Canadian Brotherhood of Railway fcniployees, idtualion in west very serioui-; strong wave of public opinion with tli-c men. Cati you not conccdo^ their modest rciiucst atvd leave controversial mat-tors to a boKTd ot conciliation. "Cran'b'i-ook District Con. Assoc. "W. B. AMcFarlnne, "ijecrelary Pro Tem." Public fooling here Is undoubtedly in sympathy with the men and it is felt by all that the iMinist-.m' of Uibov shcuUl at onoo take some action to settle this di.spufe by iippolnting a board of conciliation. Business men in the town are suffering sovoroly tlirough not being able to dispatch or receive goods and I'eeiing is vvmning very high against tho C. P. U. No one thinks of blaming the men ; as eveo'one considers thai, it is form of. arbitration when deadlocks through no fault of theirs that they I arrive in human afiairs, and none oi I its worst liorrors has been absent from the campaiKn whicli is now te-nij; wased. It is at tiic moment the first and !;rcatest oi European interests to circumscribe its scope. For r thai object, the great puweis have labored a.s wilh one will. So far } they have labored successfully, and il  I is ourvliopc and belief that they will j continue to lalior to this cud. wall. Hut even the campaign of Au?"-i "�)^ "':.,!'"-'^^'. 'i"-' ^'^''^ terlitz dui not, produce changes so b"r'len o. resFOtisihihty .alls upon sus a source ot smcere gra , wrought bv the Balkan contcdcracy. nation to the government to know , .,,., ' . ,, ,. , U'a*'. however much wc may he di-1 I he map oi hastern l.urope has ,,(,1^,, .^^ ourselves in the arena of been recast, and in the process it may ,i'�,,estjc controversy, we have in London, Nov. n, (Via Renter's Ot- be that ideas, preconcepttions, and 4,,^.^^ j^^gg^. ,,,itieri the Premier Asquith Made Notable Speech on Balkan Situation at Guild Hall Banquet hav,3 gone out. All tho men Iwro .ire ub determined r;s ever to see the thing through and tliore is no likelihood of anyono returning to work, although ofiioials of tho comjiany have made overtures to some of the nica and have even offered ?1'30 a mouth to get some of them back. Tho situation here has not altejod and everything is (|uiet. - U. S. THANKSGIVING W'ashingion, Nov. 0-Pres'.doul Taft Issued .a proclamation today setting aside Novembe-,- I'S as Thanksgiving Day. The basis for all succeaslul advertising is regularity and peral.Uency. BABTS OWN SOAP navy, urnvv. diKnitaries oi the. Europe to bo unanimous, namely, that church, and representative !i ot the city the ^ ictor.s arc not to be robbed of corporation were present. Tl'.e Right the fruits whit-li co.st tliem so dear. ITon. Herbert .A.squith. the prime inin- (Loud cheers), ister, made an important pronounce- ment upon foicigii ail'airs, upon re-spomiins to Use toast 01 His Ma;es-ty's Minister;;. "Wo are living in an anxious time, and are spccl,ators of [^tcat and inov-ii'.S events," he said. 'riio Balkan arunc:; arc in elTcctive pos.'^cssion of .Mai'prionia and Tlcace. j Siiloniki, the ).'i:tcway throuyh which j Christianity has entered l-',urope, has ! l:ocn occupied by tSie Cf reeks, mid we , niity at any inoincnt hear of the fall .' 01 i.'onstantinople ivsch'. It is a sat-; !.si;uHion to to aide to aisuro you i that, Ko far as Ibis country is con-' csrn'd, it:; rclntiors wilh other powers, '.vithiwit a single exception, wore never rr.'ore Sriondly and cordial. Beyond Control All Rights He.s|)ected ".So far as I know, there is no di.s-posUion anywhere to tclittle the mag-liiLudc of till- struggle or to change the decisiveness ot the result. We 01 tl]i:i oonnliy liave no direct intcvest ill the form in which the poiitieiil and torriiorial ilistributions iiiny uiti-niutely !;e. TUcr,- arc oUicr powers whose geoRraphiciil, ecor.omlcal, ethical, ar.d historical iiualificat'.ons, v.'itli the sceiiu of conflict, and its destinations, arc sucli tiiat tiiey oaiirot AT and voice- Raymond, Alta., Nov. 'J.-The gang of tvustioR from llio Provincial Jail, v.-ho are working under E. Aina-worth'a department, aro stiii camped north of Fifteen .Wile Lake, betwec-.n i have not forgotten them while they wctc 'hor pupils. Much sympathy is felt liy l:�r many frlon-ds fw the berv'avod husband and whi-n the lime comes ior' ^ I'l'iif'"'" "'a", and tliero i.s j laiiiily. r.fi-. Miller has been in to-AU i} A COtEY UOY o!Es ifi omo Cowley, Nov. i).-^Tho sad news reacii-ed town this week that Airs. C. B. Miller has j)asgcd away at the iiomo of nor parents, I\It. and Mrs. Dunlop, In iLandon, Out. Mrs. .Miller was first known hcrt? as Miss Dunlop, teacher in the publio school some thirteen years ago. Attei- tilling the position for two ye-.ars slw went to her home in tbii east. A year later she returned ht'ro as Al'i's. Miller. A short time ago .Mr, .Miller moved his family to Vancouver. While here Mrs. 'Mill'?.r was one of tiio most respected ladies in the community. In church and Kocial work alie was always a leadm-. Men- old pupils have grown to young men and women and her kindness to Raymond imd Lethbridgo. The result of their labor is very evident. A iic'Mpeci:rnot"'to clatuia iil^riniil �''''="i"'' Ki''"'c" voael Is taking the a permanent s4;ttlcmcnt. 1 purposely refrain ui tliiK stage of alTairs to dis-|cuss, cKx-ept in the most general v/ay, I the points, some of them full 01 dit-1 ilcuUies, which must inevitably "'I'lie great powcr.s are working lo-jemi'rgc ior solution, iiether witl'i a closr.ncss of touch audi "Kor the inomCMt, and .so long as A (ranknrns and freedom of ecnnnuiii- a state of Ijclligcrcncy coutinuos, the icniioi! and dist'iLsiion whieh arc 10-1____ ^______ markalile, and wliich may seem al-i most uninlelligihlo lo thoEo who to-1 lieve tliat because in connection withi certain piirpri.'jo.s tlic powers have tc:ni and ars ranged iii tiirercnt groups, ' they must llici'i'fufc, in a time of; European crisis, he arrayed in opfO'! ^�ile camp.s. Nothing is further from j iho tr.ct. Tile powers have leen blam- THE WARNING GOUGH-THE WEAflifiG ILLNESS THE particles of pure vegetable oil which are rubbed into the open pores of the skin with the creamy fragrant lather of Baby's Own Soap renew the life of the skin-help nature along*. It assures a soft, white, healthy skin and its, use delights both young and old. Baby^s Own is for sale'almost everywhere. At.BEniT 's6Af�3 U.�t\rtl'fe:C>, tylFRS.. MONXF�EAU. ct; ill sc/me (|iiartcrs becniir^^e they did not succeed in averting the war. They KOiight, and f-euight Iioneslly rnd earnestly, by diplomatic j-.russurc tnd wilhout resort to forcM, to'secure the conditions ot order and i:ood povorn-neiit in the, Kiuopcan provinces oi the Ottoman empire. "tUit lorcus-weic lit work beyond the control of | any diplomatic maniliulatiem. The | Balkan titatcs, having aiatured their' plans, perfected their i^quipment andj cd-ordiiiated their reciprocal action,'  decided tliat fovco was tho only ef-| focluiil ruhicdy, nnil that thry ami i thoy nloni! were prpp.ired to ueb it. j 1 Tliey took the n'.atler In thoir own 1 hi!nd.'5. ' . ' . ' I "Things can never be ,ig.4'n us tboyl I v.-erf, (inrt it is the Ijtjsinoss ol the i stntesmen ev'rywliere to vr.cognl'/c ! and accopt tl-o iKCotnplisl'ctJ faet. jWhen Pitt, incrtally .slricVcn by Ihu new.s of .Austerlit/. came hninc to di?, .lie lolil thos^e al-out him to roll up iliu niau of .UuKb.'J'.l v.'bii'h biiiu' Si-rup of Tar unci Cod I.iver Oil arrests the cold at once. Tar atid Cod Liver Oil are the great twill agents,for cold euros, the Tar healing the inflamed parts aud the Cod Liver Oil buildiug up the whole body. They are combined iu MatUieii's vSjTup to produce marvellous results. Large bottle 35 ceutsi At iliaeattrj. ' . Wlisi) l>cadadw and fever �re present wiHi a colil luke M.-ilbifw's Nervine Powder* 10 reriuec Hie fcvir (iii'l nlt-i;' (lie paiii, J, )nd.s in Sumiwjr-. view. 1 A large iiumbor ai!,:,-idod the an- -nual military ball In Piucher Crock Friday ni,-ijt. "LORD [^URNE3S DEAD ; London, Nov, iL-L&Td FunioES. 1 head of the firm of FurueKf;, �Wllt.h-: & Co., of Hartlopool, died on Gatii!- ! day. Ho wui\ once ths L!bnr,il member for Hartlepool, nnd a v.'ell-Klicwn ehlpbulUler uud u.vner. 'IS DIFFERENT' OUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IN FV1-..RY bACK ROBIN HOOD MILLS LTD. MCOSr lAVV CALGARy. C0-A C7A ;