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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November l.'Mi, CENTS IMf BOY FELL Hi INI FIELD Bulgaria will Consult the Other Before Answering Turkey's Note CHOLERASPRFADING Over Five Hundred New Cases Daily in the Army at Tchatalaja PERISHED TRYING TO SAVE FAVORITE HORSE Moltae, III., Nov. w. C. Beam; a well-known physi- cian of this city, was burned to death early today, in a fire which destroyed a small stable at Hillside. He gave his life in a vain endeavor to save the life of a favorite horse, tied In one of the stalls of the stable. Distressing Accident at Magrath Three Year Old Child the Victim London, Nov. and Turkey have agreed upon an armis- tice, according to a special news ag- ency despatch, which reached this city this afternoon from Bucharest, Roumanla. Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. 115. The request tor an armistice ad- 'dressed by Kiamil Pasha, the Grand Vizier .to King Ferdinand, was dis- cussed today liy the Bulgarian __________. 01 ministers. H was decided .to! reply that tlie Bulgarian government1 st- Paul. Minn-. Nov. sec- voilld inform the other nations of the in the police department Balkan Alliance ot the step taken by a year occurred last night- Turkey and would give its reply at at a mectinK of the hoard of i as possible after coming to an commissioners at, the instiga- agrcemenl. After the allies have con- tion of Milyot Cellar, they asked fori ST. PAUL COUNCIL REQUEST THE RESIGNATION OF THE DETECTIVE STAFF Magrath, Nov. three-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Scarier met with a frightful and probably fa-j tal accident last night, when he [ell into a tub of boiling water. His mother had removed the tub from the stove to the floor preparatory 'to scrubbing, and, having occasion to leave the room a few moments, left the steaming vessel uncovered. She soon returned, however, attracted by the loud cries ol the child, whom she discovered in the boiling liquid, par- tially subt-ergcd. The little fellow vim j LII ins en- tire back and left arm void o! skin At'the time of writing he is I vine he tween life and death at the famih residence. The annual meeting Of the Leth- brldge Liberal association will bo held S.s. Cafeteria. A.cold being served at So'clock, at which a charge of 11.00 I8 being made to cover the actual cost. The officers of the association'are particularly de- sirous that any one who cannot attend for the supper will get there later for the annual meeting and smoker. Lethbridgc-made ci- gars and good songs will enliven the .occasion. Hon. C. ft. cbell, Minister of Public Works and others, are-to speak. Let there be a rousing rally. Miner Killed by Fall of Rock SIGNED UP FOR PUMP INDUSTRY Medicine Hat, Nov. at signed up today with another Hilted, it is believed the negotiations tl10 rcsignations ol J. C. Fielding.chiel i S6nting the Medicine Hat Pump and or an armistice will be carried on by tlle ''elective department; James! B'rass Manufacturing Co., entered In- the commanding' generals of the op- Muniane. captain of-the lo a" agreement'with the city to es I'osing armies purely from a military aml two other l'lam clothes men. The) 'ablish a plant to 000 and Point of view. on y reason given was that the rcsig- which 'will employ fifty men at the Jhe negotiations can begin only asked, "in an effort to' commencement. The company will ter the Turks have anwninii the elhcieiicv of tlm ilonnrt_i _..._j_... Pernie, B.C., Nov. Bntala forty-five kid, a miner at Coal Greek, Uvas ijllled at 2.30 o clock this aftern.9on.Dy a fall of rocl in Number 2 Butla was a." Hungarian, and leave a wife' and five in the old He has-been mining in this country. district for the past three years. The afternoon shift in No. 2 did not go to 'work accident all kinds of brass goods. onv a- n an eort to commencement. The company will tcr the Turks have accepted the" efficiency of the 'depart-j manufacture pumos window sills inrt ditions laid down by the Bulgariansment' all kinds of bras -that in the meantime no further re- inforcements, of Turkish troops may he brought into the field of opera- tions. Constantinople, 15 (By wav bf cholera epidemic among: the Turkish troops holding the line of fortifications at Tchatalaja in Iront of Constantinople is rapidly be- coming worse: More than 500 cases are reported daily, and the total nun her already, exceeds six thousand. -Constantinople, Nov. had of maintai ing the line of defences at Tchatalj have been dissipated by the outbrea of cholera. An' eyewitness declare that ho saw two hundred and slxtj three corpses buried in one big Irene Hndemkeul, the headquarters c the Turkish commander-in-chref ol Tuesday. The bodies were dragged t IOPUIUPA Big Mass Meeting in Alber Hall Denounces the Home Rule Bill London, Nov. riots In tho House of Commons on Wednesday ami yesterday, are only a starter In the fight between the Liberals and the Unionists over the Home Hule For fear of another outbreak like the one on Wednesday, :the house was adjourned yesterday'at the request of tho King, it is said. Premier As- QUitli giving his consent. To cap.the climax .a meeting of til National Unionists' association las night was converted'Into an immens mtl significant party, demonstralioi The downfall of the government wa urged by noted speakers. Albert Hal vas word "enthus hardly-describes the determin A fighting spirit which was manifest IN PERILOUS POSITION Salt Lake, Utah, Nov. Twelve persons, four of them visitors, including two young women, are buried In the vast workings of the Old Horn sil- ver mine, at Frisco, Beaver county, Utah. The visitors are uninjured on tile 300-foot level. The fate of seven miners in the lower levels Is uncertain. .j, 4 .n. c 1 n 'V i rimnual .jiiiiuay ocnool .i' GUESTlAT CiDALDALE THOUGHT HE WAS SLEEPING IN A TEfJT d. The Marquis of Lamlsdowne the Unionist leader in the House of Lords nd Andrew Bonar Law, the Unionist eader in the House of Commons, were he chief speakers, but the platform as crowded with about one hundred ramlaent including the like of Lord Curzon ord Selbornc, Lord-Salisbury, Austin hamberiain, Sir Edward Carson and e Right Hon. Walter Long! (Continued on page S) venlion has Made a Very Wise Choice OFFICERS --------1 Several Local Workers Appear in the List of Those Honored INTERESTING DISCOVERY AT AUTOPSY HELD ON BODY OF DEAD MURDERER Calgary, Nov. It the big Pro- vincial School Convention in session" here, Lethbridge was selected as the next place of meeting. The following officets and commit- tees were elected for 1912-1913 Honorary Presidents His Honor Lieut.-Gov. G. II V Buliea, Edmon- ton Hon. ff. H Gushing, Calgary D. Hlginbotham, Lethhridge. George S Dingle ary. First Rev. A. Cal- Bar- u "HJ-SfiCU I the top on hooks and dropped Int the trench which was not nearly deep enough for the purpose, the coverlnj bf each being very shallow. While cholera is undermining the defences, it also constitutes a most formidable opponent to the (Continuod on page 8) Augustine Max, Blind Banke ibf. Paris, Surrenders to the Police' SHORT le Was Going to Commit Sui- cide, but Took Family's Advice SUCH IDEA IS MOOTED BUT RAIL WAY PRESIDENT DOESN'T BE- LIEVE IT London, Nov. Toronto cor. respondent of the Times wires today hat a doubt surrounds the whole tut- ire of. tho Transcontinental Railway nd relations between the government nd the Grand Trunk Hallway. He dds with confidence that, the govern- ment will not so Interpret the contra to prejudice the interests of th Ho repudiates 'the idea that he had been makingjob Ynlimate an acquaii ;tance Dewar's specia :brands. He'says he was not wallrin in his sleep. Bui the man who wall out of an upstairs window in th (Coaldale Hotel at" an early hour thi 'morning, taking an eye-opener iii th shape of a plunge to the icy sidewall swears It was due solely to tlie fac Ihat he had spent the summer in a tent on the outskirts of civilization and momentarily forgot his change ol address. His intimate acquaintance with tho icy sidewalk gave him such a rude shock that he soon recovered lis sense of locality. It happened about six o'clock this norning. A gentleman, whose name not given, came to lire holel last light, and 'was assigned room 25. AGITATION ASSUMING FORM AND 1913 COUNCIL WILL FACE THE ISSUE AT ENTRANCE TO BOSPHORUS Constantinople, Nov. ,n tne new vear. tho vicinity of More and more agitation for an Ii> "lnck Sea coast at tho usl.rinl i i-----1 i... f entrance lo the Bosphorus, and with-! Whatever work may be undertaken, by the city council ot next year iti seems certain that steps will te tak- en along the lines ol an industrial campaign under the control of tho city council. At the meeting of the Hoard of .Trade executive last night the mat- ter was brielly touched upon, the sec- retary stating that he lelicved that was a separate department of city enterprise, apart from the Board ol Trade altogether, and it is likely that the hoard will malic representa- tions to this effect to the city coun- cil early in the new vear. dustrial League is" heard on the streets as the days go by. The citi- zens believe that .Lcthbr'irtgo is just at a stage now when n little enter- prise along the right line, would laud several industries. lOx-Ald. fioode staled yesterday that he Id- eal capital could he interested in sev- eral schemes such as a cold storage plant, mid probably a candy factory, and if the right course were pursued there would soon he a large number of industrial enterprises adapted to tin! city and district which would! nvean much to Lethbridge. I Mayor Hatch stated this morning I that he had heard some talk ol aii! industrial commissioner tor next I year. Me hail not given the mall.T much thought -as yet. In he believed that the city had industries right at its very doors such as no other cil.y in the wcsl had. -However, Paris, Nov. Max, nown throughout France as "The lind hanker of has created a1 as to prejudice the itld sensation in financial circles here' Brand Trunk Railway y surrendering himself to the police Interviewed today by the Canadia id confessing that he has misap-i Associated Press, Aw Smithe, ropriated of his clients', chairman of the Grand Trun" H I money. Max declared that he had in-i way said- vested the depositors' funds in cop-j "I have not the slightest idei per and nickel mines in New Calcdon- 'what the Times correspoMont mea a The enterprises were complete I by saying tint failures.. Max, who enjoyed the high-i the fntnro nVti est reputation in hanking circles here, I to me quite IUHIQ e( le had decided to commit; the. suicide, but was persuaded by hi' family to give himself up to the po lice. Madrid, Nov. autopsy ormed yesterday revealed numerous ner, Edmonton, igns ol physiological and intellectual. Second Rois, egeneracy in the case of the in of Premier Canalejas, Manuel Par- R Pear. Fourth p Bak- Jor- cretarj B Cushing, erhthia following; prominent politicians, but, Gciicnl V the authorities are maintaining the'calgan- S LONDON PAPER SAYS THAT. THE SMALLER CANADIAN LOANS MENACE MARKET London, Nov. papers give onsiderahle prominence to the ad-' room zo. dress of Wm. Taylor, manager of! When he awoke this morning he j the Dank of Montreal, vcsterday at) bought the window was the door of i tlie Hoyal Colonial Institute, on Can- It is evident Advisory Committees Elementary .Division Chairman Mrs. Marwood, Calgarv Mrs Jor- dan, Lethbridge Miss Wetherald, Ed- monton. Secondary Division-Chan man, M. K. Kaake, Lethbridge Hev. E E Hench, Medicine Hat, Rev. p A Walker, Calgary. Adult H F -Kenny, Lacomhe; C'. A rv n o W I Medicine Hat; (J A Mayers Big .Kecovery ouit is Dragging iEclmonton- -5j Teachers' Training DopjUnuit- Chairman, Rev. 'q T llolman, Ed-" monton Rev. A." I) Archibald Oal- gary fiev. J.. p. ffeblman, Calgary Missionary Chairman, Rev. K. S. Bishop, Macleod N Rich, Manvillc Mrs M K Kaakt Lelhbrldgc. Temperance Chairman IIV. McF. Evans, Medicine Hat j Freeman, Calgary rta F Roi- Along Very Slowly ;at Macleod THE GREEN BOOK ls teat, and leisurely walked through lass and all to take a whiff of the RECOGNIZED WORTH London, Nov. Royal So clety of Englasid yesterday recognized the remarkable sanitary administra- tion of the works of the Panama can- al, by awarding Its Buchanan medal to Col. William C. Ooethnls, United States army, chief sanitary officer of the canal zone. iudice the company's interest. I certain that such an idea never eater ed Premier Borden's head." CHURCH LIBRARIAN DEAD Naples, Nov. Alphon- BUS Capecelatro, archbishop of Capua, died yesterday. He born In 1824, and was created a cardinal In isss' He was librarian of tlie Roman Cath- olic Church. adian finance. The Standard savs c il'reema Managers beem to be Directed i liursl1. Home by Cut and Dried Rules Macleod. Nov. bracing morning air. An obliging po- reading between (lie lines Mr 51acleod, liceman, who was passing on his beat I Taylor felt that while he bank case he attention of the court the present outlook the rescue, and nided for maintaining that in the' ag-i From man -back to his room, where j EreSate Canada had under-borrowed as lf lviil sorao lillle time md that the fall had done ratllor. over-borrowed, he was, 3 wl" lle reau> for the jury, ilamage after all. The stranger mcre delicate ground when dealing: TIie witnesses examined loday 'nr> ivill tmt With Xfmip nf ilio says he will glass windov white. use-d lo stairs anc and things after DEAF MUTE COMMITS MURDER Minneapolis, Mini... Nov. an argument in iho sign language, Martin Garvick, a deaf mute, shot and fatally wounded his wife, also loaf, and then shot and probably mort- illy wounded himself yesterday at he home of .Mrs. E. J. Tlarlfeil, a'sis- or of Mrs. Garvlek, who was'a wit- ess to the tragedy. The Garvlcks have been married ight years, but recently had been liv- ng apart. manager at with some of tile smaller wcro 3Ir- late manager of the ties' loans and certain industrial turcs. As regards the former there was a vejled that the' smaller municipalities by straining........ for loans scarcely consistent willi. certain whether the their standing, had impaired r.itlicr i than strengthened the popularity of loans of that description." MOVE THE REPLY TO Ottawa, Nov. It is announced that .1. P. Halnville, Conservative member for Ch.imblny-Verdiercs, will move the address in reply to the speech from the Throne on Friday next. The seconder will be Fred Green, member-elect for Koolenav B.C. .1 local branch, and now manager at Lansham, Sask., and Mr. Yuill, an in- -pector of the bank, whose cxamiiia ihed. It is not defendant, Mr. Douglas, will go into the witness-box. A whole pile of hank volumes are in evidence, and are continuously rcfeiT- ed to, ledger, cash book and supple- mentary cash book are all there. In spite of the dry-as-dust aspect of Deportment Chairman J McLean, Hlairmorc James Edge- comb, Medicine Hat; R. j. Roilis Three Hills. Commissioners A C Neiuumbe A. B dishing, A. V, Ward, Thomas Humphries, J. E. Buchanan, E Scrii- ton, JJr. Robb, all of Calgary. ENGLISH DOCTOR WRITES ABOUT THE SUFFERING OF THE BE. SIEGED IN SCUTARI London, Nov. An Kng tor at the town of Scutari i is being bombarded doc- Al- by Map of Scene of War Showing Annexed" Territorv "jlj L't-..... .J.I, ,.i.i jn. J in a few miles of the capital. The men belonging to tho Turkish llfe- bcat station have left ALL SEEK SOUTHERN ROUTE Ottawa, Nov. Great Northern Railway has Just Hi- ed tariffs with Interstate Commerce Commission at Washington, comprising export rates on ihc Western Canadian grain from western points to Rulnth and .Minneapolis. Tho Crates will come into effect on December 9, and tho C. P. II. rale, notice of which wns filed some time pon-Ionsly will ('01110 Into, effect on December a. jmu. However, "nu. on U'cct-mner the matter would his-consid-! "the 0. T. p. tariffs arc still ap. oration, and .something defmilc would plicnhie to 'Minneapolis and he evolved which he hoped would meet! Diiliith. -willi the needs ol tlicf- city. pos.tors in the Savings nanlc depart- j to the pluck of the wounded Turks, ment, when he put hack which troops saying he had appropriated, and looked on I "One sorely shattered man bceged the loral bills of business men as 'me to let him die, which he s-dti h" fair game for plunder. Ther0 are lit- llo with satisfaction he hid lie lilts hotivewi counsel, for Iht Ed- of the enemy with his monton lawyer is up and ready with was distressing to sre Turkish objections when he sees fit. Inspector mL'" women, the kilter victims comes under his censure shells, absolutely refusing butting while Mr. ad-1 lllc of their wounded dressing a remark to the bench Mr i ing death, of which Vuill with his exaRgcralcd "I apolo.' "Trc completely frarlcss. i.ize. tickles the audience twenty-live shells Ml oven his Lordship cannot i several women and a smile. being killed. There were some extraordinary escapes. One wo- The "green hook" Us code of iif> ui rules for the observance of managers i much to tho fore, lie must be a wonderful and perfect, manager who is able to follow the leltcv of it strictly for, reads Mr. Woods, one of Us rules' "ys that when a teller vacates his a guard must be placed at the door. 'How is this pithily counsel, "when In n small branch KM-C is only the mauaser and (he "And in a small lown, llko Duval, whuu the staff of me is oul for collections, what hap- "There arc only two stores In the says Manngo- Uoblc. "One! moinbor of thft bank for some.1 the rejoinder. '.....I (Continued on page 8.) man was baby in her arms when a stray shell cut the child in two, hut (lie was untouched. Another woman was .standing in a doorway. A shell passed over her head iulo a room behind, killing tw-o children and selling (ire to the louse." SENATOR RAYNOR CRITICALLY ILL Washington, 11.0., xov. condition