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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THfMpay, NoliUci-1-2,1012 BEITISH WAIiSHlPS GOING TO mNGERZONi: IN INLANl) SEA The powerful third and Medea were ca to the Levant Gillespie Formally Annouces to Run (Continued Irom front pag�). "^^^^^Xl^^^^^^itX:^^^ ...... :uc.., up of'Tur..,. .fwir.,e.. rro. G.hra.tar and ordered to 8ud. B., for f"^K.r ?n^^r.lrn.r:r?hV;,^^.l:.:;?p^;'o^^^^^^^^^^ DEADLmlNUES Oe THE iS OF WAR SETTLEM London, Nov. 1 like tone of its supporters of the Servian cause, some of the Guropuan chancellorB take a more optimistic view of tlic coiitiition at affairs, assuming that yesterday's conference between the Austrian and Servian �statesmen at Budapest have tended to j relieve the crisis. So far as it is Icnown, however, Dr. of the ^toTHiing qji the "baily- Telegfi respondent atuaiwb.. Of the Servian says: 'The batUe *bC almost cn-tlriBly by . tftp 'Ini icause the nature of th� coi 'anted the Buns from bel-ng t the front. The Servians, had =6 through a' narrow detllc s eovered tvith snow and 1 sldeg suffered terrlblo ha "The final stor le Turkish tranches occurre( iday. The Uiitetde was so s the Turks; �\vljen the Servl; near the trenxshes, rolled ales down uniong them, ori^ maiming eotireg of mm. -''The Servian losses, clamibc-rct face of a tenlbl ,, ' ... . '/:/;.:. So far as it is Icnown, however. Dr. Id account bombnrdmont of the Turkish city of �. DanelT, the president of the nul-oipes from i Tarakoss on Lake Scuttarl continued Rarian Chamber of Deputies simplv t9 the trenchtjttlng the Turks and smas had rifles when n-lille their com slopes behind ic )ort :"The Turks ivoly, t% jSILSSfc P?yor.,o(; the Servian iiilnSe fjuatters soon told, and ilnutes the Turks -were In fEvery man seemed to be fli irdlng all lefts in the sprang in with club ets broke, ed up the but fierce de- throughout Suiiaity; Toward'evening informed Bmperoc Francis Joseph and the Turkish garrison, withdrew to the his ministers of tlie position of the highest point of: the \vorkB which are Balkan nations in the matter and in one tlie sides of thtfrnounUlna. Their return had explained to him lor the position was tendered so desperate by hcnefit of Servia and Bulgaria the exposure to.the anow ajtd lack of pro- Pol'cy of Austria-Hungary visions that they attempted later to' cowers not A A. V. Gibbons stated that he had not yet considered the matter fully, but the preaant Inaction will never result In placing a good -alate to choose from b vucesiea in tnc outcome, but more , "-'"�""B'^ con��u a voice, west. Ho expects'to reach Scutari soon, where he will join the Servian forces under General Zlvkovltch. Pestilence i and Famine Threatens London, Nov. 11.-Tho danger of a massacre and iaoting of Constantino oplc appears to have abated. None of-the correspondents of the London pa^ pors mentioned it this morning. It is possible that the epidemic o.{ cholera - i�'1iM''cft�rsing^ although if the army is driven into the capital no one can lorcsce what the disorganized soldiers may at--------- - .. tempt. Tiie Daily News correspond-* sire to close wis ana ''Y' ent savs that there seems to be a , I LoUibrirtEC have been dealt wifch hu ed like men w longing to ^ ^^^^j, 1 undon Nov 12._The King, , who' ^rSfd of -^rS eS^^^ get at the foe. � . troin sheet starvation outside ihecitv e.xpccts to visit an unusually large regard to settlers' raterirtwi western Since the o.j hostilities ^^.^y^ ,,1,;^.,, soon will be surrounded number of country houses this fall is ^csara lo seuiers rates irora western the Servian lu avorap; fourteen miles �e dift'lcul ^^i^w. ties have be�ij by throo fighting wiui mv sumieis lot nana- >-"=""i> ui'i-iKtiauve oi nosxs en- jued leliel feet of snow lifoek. The, fuis of g^rain. Every effort is being deavors. , , I While hero it is understood that SerA-ian mllltarlons. says made to transport the refugees to I^>"E George frequently writes Per-' the commission will lake evidence the corresponddel ot fore- Anatolia, which only means averting Bona noises to prospective hosts re- rates gemaUv in oT- pight and capal. a ghastly catastrophe. qucBllng der to^iin'as much iKiLn as SItuatldja Dcserinlinns nt Tnb!.�:nlir, ,iin,, ro,i- >orts o" his hchalt. He lias indeed ------- Sofia, nation _ .: ^^^^^^^^^^ on a poror has sent a message'to his sis- Uavo sucoeec!lng these '.fT ihi?. V.'f'^"'* ^" *''^'' ^'^'''^''^^ �"i"��. wife ot Crown inot�m Rnd -oper ad-1 .VL/^.'"'"V'>'proposed Prince Cinstantinc conveying ______ might by the commissioners. The n?atter of coal fates from the Southorn Alberta field is another matter which was considered last spring, being 1, introduced by the Tab-cr Board of Trade wtiich wished to sec freight rates put into efScct that would allow Alberta coal to be put on the Manitoba market so that it miglit compete on even terms with the Pennsylvania product. 'As yet the Hoard of Trade, which will handle the complaints which in.iy be affecting Lethhridgo has not taiJctv tl\e matter under considccatvon, but will lio so before tlie session in De cenibcr. looters and li'oper ad miniatratloti.' Drovck Keeku, 'Moi 12.-The rridi^^tr'^^'rf^lS^ ^�^tu,aiir"r\hr'S^ ''S kmon Sense and \n Ideal Beverage J. m& Co., ^"fc^-*- prince invited to join the army ot occupation, left tor Saloniki today. Tho Crown Prince has requested the detachments which landed troni the foreign warships at Saioniki to re-ombark, as the Greek troops will maintain order, A Oreek destroyer has brought to Pieraus the German steamer Tencdos which is suspected of having Turkish soldiers hiddcta aboard. 'i'bere is .'news froti^ the army oper* atiog against Monastir, but word (omes fi'oo) Artu tliat the Gieeics b�\-e now occupied the iortress ot Pentepigedia and the surrounding po-itions. KILLED SIX MEN Onry, Ind,, Nov. 12.-Six men were klUe-d by an explosion ot two thousand pound* o� dynnmlto in ona of the pack houses at the plant ot tho Aetna Powder Co., �ear here early today. Tho dead are: William Halpin, (ore-man; Charles Schmidt, C. O. Carlson, and threa unidentified workmen. A number of workmen wtvo reported to have (been injured, but officials ot the powder company declare this was Incorrect. HOCHELAGA C0NTI8T Montreal. Nov, 18.-From present appearances the only person to oppose Hon. Loula Coderre in Hochelaga, will be Leopold Doyon, who will run-as an Independent labor and anti-naval candidate. Tho nonMaatlone arc fixed for two o'clock this afternoon, ,Mr. Ecrement conflrmsHje^report that he, will not run ftg fiidepehdeut tlbciral candidate. ^ iHfsrbnu-co^, are best tor nursing mothers because. Ihey do net affect (he rest of the tystsm. Mild but sure. 25o. a box al your druggist's. ��Tiail�l MU� OMtMIOli CO, * Ckll*B�, V*>.''''* 1-^ tli� platform is enacted Into law and Vj becomes' part of bur political ayatem, > ' national add state. "I am proud that the great gCK�d V fortune has been mine, shoulder to ; r shoulder with the mep and n^omen ^ who. In the rankp and in various P�-^>i aitious ot leitdersblp, baVe waged thia *^tv great battle for social and Industrial Justice. So far from being overi the. ,i battle has ]uftt begun. We will not rest content until eve-ry feature ot tho ' Progressive programme baa been put into effect, and when tbia has , , been done, unquestionably tbere will. -.. have occurred to ua new nvepuea u- ; , long which it will still be a duty to: '>�:, work for the moral and economlo bet-' tertnent of. our people. (Signed) "THiBODORE ROOaElVP^T." ^l^iJ5!^R^?^..'Tr;n; the statJs after � fauinc rtiitf kt Ctoua and V/b^ing Csu�tt. years in WllHon'a cabinet. URLCftON PICKS OUT HIS JOB Austin, Tex., Nov. 31.-Congreis-mnn Albert Burleson of Aut|(M, who is mentioned aa a probabtf appointee to a cabinet portfolio, baa eapresaad; the wish to frlenda bere that he be given the position ot aecretary Of agriculture. He aayi \t la hia aabltioti to retitjrn to Texas and be made gov-ernor of the state attar serTlflg four 4 I N THESE DAYS, when al. everybody most recof nizat that butiness �> panslon is so largely a matta* of effective advertlalng, hard< headed bualncse man apply the same rulea In buying advartialng space that thay-de in purehaaing other comnnoditiea. After all la said and dene, the advertlsini value of any medium is repre� ented by Ita power to reach prospective customera. There must be aeme definite knowledge aa to the quanttcy regardleas of the quality, ror example: The advertising value ot the very best Imaoinsbli newspaper, It It only circulated five copies, vyeuld be hardly worth thInKina about The aame paper with 1,000 readers vveuld represent a eertain value; at 3,000 a higher value, 'and ae on up. Th" buelneea man buying a grew of any artiele at a price naturally InslsU en 144, Anyihina lean would reault in a pro'ratn deduction from the,bill, or eaneellation of business re. lations with faelings that bad filth had been attempted. For the aame reasons why buy advarttalno withoutpoaltlve proof of tho clPoulatlon you are pettlnp for youi' money? AeK the Herald for proof of Its elreulatlnn. 73 ;