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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday', November ISHi, 1012. THE LETITRRTDGE fU'TLY HERALD Certain in results beca use h down toWBi Have you tried The Brown Betty Tea Room A business man's lunch at 50c. served dally, ROOM 4 MACDONALD BLOCK WILSON MEN HAVE MAJORITY BUT NOT OF THE POPULAR VOTE Great Falls, .Nov. the county commissioners completed the canvass of the returns forty- nine precincts of Cascade county yes- terday afternoon, .about four .o'clock, the work of adding the count had pro- grossed but little before the commis- sioners had adjourned for the day. .The summing up is done by means of an tulding machine and will be com-, pleted today. t The first office taken up 'was tha of representatives In the legislature tile tabulators adding, only tbe Hoi and Spogea columns for the purposi of determining the contest between those two candidates. In this tin vote was found to stand as follows Sppgen, 1326; Holt, 1318; whicl means that Spogen has been electee by' a plurality oE eight votes over Jlolt, and that the county's represen tation in the. legislature will 'be com posed of- five democrats and one re- publican. From, the record of the vote on j' bonds kepi MacGhvnis'............... 1587 Debs Electors Sholl.................... S3S Nevills...............' S17 Skirving................. 800 AVhi taker............... Tho voters for candidates for the United States senator was as follows: Thos. J. Wulsh iSTfi II. C. Smith 11M Jos. if. Dixon (Pros.) Brigade Bringing Fine Attrac- tion Which Should be Gen- erously Patronized On Friday night, tho twenty-ninth, the citizens of hethbridge wlio ap- preciate the work''of'the firemen be given an opportunity to materially express their appreciation and at the same time to enjoy an evening of high class music. This Is' the first ap- pearance of the Hallowell Concert company in Canada, but they come to Lethbrldge highly recommended and with a largo number of most flattering press notices. The1, company consists of len highly accomplished soloists who have had years of experience in the best bands and orchestras-- and have finally been brought together for a season of the best music. The in- strumentalists are assisted by" J. Les- ter Haberkorn, a'baritone of .marked ability. For some time the local fire brigade have beau endeavoring to raise suffic- ient money to lit out th etwo fire- houses with one pool table each. At present their only amusement, the only game that they can purchase without considerable investment, is checkers. Iheckers is a good game, but ono wear- night for Ottawa. MILADI Offle., ItH tOITED fY HINO" PHONCf: GOD UNDERSTANDS It is KO Sn'ect to know jl When we aro tired and when the hand of pain Lies on our hearts, and whcu we look in vain Club's, and Societies For hunuin comfort, that the Heart Divine Still understands these cares of yours and mine. Not only understands, but day by day Livfis 'with us whilft treairi 'the earthly way, Hears with us all our wearln-ess, and feels The shadow of the faintest cloud that steals Across our sunshine, ever learns ag- ain Tho depth and bitterness of human pain. There is' no sorrow that will not share, No cross, no burden, for our hearts to bear. Without His help, no core of ours too small To cast on Jeeus, let us tell Him all- Lay at feet, the story of our woes, And in His sympathy fiu-d sweet re- pose. Mrs! S. J.. Shepherd and during the winter on the third Tuesday ot the month. The A. V. I'. A. of St. Cyprian's church will hold a literary oven ing in the parish room tonight. The regular prayer, meeting of Knox church will lie held ou Wednesday The Parish Auxiliary of St. Cypri- an's church will meet on Thursday afternoon. The Ladies' Aid of the First Hap- tist church u ill meet at three o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. WPS ton will have charge ot tho prayer meeting ot Westminster church on Wednesday evening. The Epwqrth League of Westmins- ter church will, hold a social and lit- erary evening tomorrow. All the hoys and girls of Wesley church will he welcome at the Mis- sion Band meeting on Wednesday at Mr. T. W. Quayle will deliver an address On a_ missionary topic to the Wesley League this evening. Of Interest to Ladies Now that the cold weather is here, delay no longer in securing one of the H. B. Co. Fur Coats We can display before you such an assortment of Furs that will make it ah easy matter for you to select :es ot even checkers, when it Is the The annual meeting oi St. Mary's Msn's. Society will he held on Tues- day, Nov. 13, at Mr, E. A. Jack- Senator De Veber leit on Saturday j son's Twenty-first St., S. All members are urged to be present. only game he can play practically Miss I. M. Jones lett this morning St. Monica's Guild of St. Augus- every day in 'the year. The nature of tor her home in Southern Minnesota, tin's church will meet at tomor- 956 25 Years Experience White Swan Toast Cakes are made by tbe most successful dry yeasl. expert In Canada, with an experience of 25 yonr.s in this dlfllcult art. Free sam- ple from Will to Swan Spices Cereals Limited, Toronto, Ont. .he fireman's work demands that he be where she will reside in future. at Headquarters every moment so is t a wonder that the time drags on his Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Devine are re- mnds. yet it is not advisable that any joicing over the birth of a son. nan loaf. The men themselves real-1 ze this and are making every effort to Mr. power leaves the end of the provide interesting entertainment for month On a three months' visit to his those weary waking hours that they home in Ireland, must spend daily in the fireball. Chic: i row afternoon. It' is most urgent, jthat all the members should be pres- ent, as the time for the bazaar is drawing near and the date will he set tomorrow. Mrs. T. R. Davidson1 and Mrs. D. A. Smith will be the hostesses of the Wesley Ladies' Aid meeting on Ladies' Hudson's Seal Coats 50 Inches long, back quarter fitted, high storm collar Guantlet cuffs, lined with heavy rose colored sntln; price Ladies' Musk Rat Coats 50 in. long, made with shawl.or iiotch cuffa! well .lined with heavy Italian cloth.' Trimmed' with silk lrogs CDC and barrels.' Price Ladies' Musk Rat Coats SO inches long, shawl or notch collars. Gauntlet cuffs; beautifully lined, well furred pelts, price 1125.00 and Ladies' Black Russian Pony Coats SO inches long, lined with heavy grey satin, high collar gauntlet curls, quarter fitted back. Price................. Hardy also reaJizes this and further Mrs. J. H. Wallace returned Ur5cnl thal a" Hudson's Bay Company iV ralizee tbe almost complete exclusion day morning from an extended stay, of his men from tho world of enter- iu Spokane. tainment. Even at this their own entertain-' Mrs. Rlgby is very much better and ment not over three men can be spared with Mrs. L. M. .lohnstone is expect- from their watch over the public wel- ed home from Quebec on Wednesday, fare to enjoy the concert and take I care of the necessary business details Mr. .1. T. Walter, of Listowel, Ont., of the evening. thic realization and'Mr. Bellamy, of Moose .Jaw, the ladies should attend, as the ety is preparing for a sale of work on December 5. Bishop Hamilton, of ilapan, will1 deliver a that country in St. Cyprian's church on Wednesday evening. tMshop Hamil- ton is an interesting speaker, greatly work, and the that prompted Chief Hardy to contract week-end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. with, this most excellent musical or- ganization for one night's entertain- ment and the Morris theatre has heeu Miss Belle Lunnah, of the Hudson's engaged for the night of Friday week. Bay staff, left on 'Saturday -evening d: to spend a vacation at her home this evening oh "The Indians Edinburgh, Scotland. jot the Plains" and the.Address will s JOB illustrated with lantern slides, guaranteed the Hallowell .people, will- Mr- Emerson, of the Merchants The evening promises to be particu- go towards the pool tables that are so Uank stafT> Iias returned from a va- larly interesting, and a large number Every cent that is made above the ad- vertising, the rent of the theatre and the rather large sum that baa to be I church should be taxed tp its capac- ity on Wednesday evenin' Miss Phyllis Higinho'tH'd'm will ad- Iress the of Knox Greek troops, who were advancing yes terday through the defile of Kirlider, about twenty miles from Monastir, according to a 'special, despatch receiv- ed :.The Turkish, troops cap- tured 16 guns, five machine guns and a large quantity of ammunition. The Turkish garrison of Adrlan- ople lost field gung and several thou- cation spent in Calgary and Banff. i should he in attendance. much needed. It is a moat worthy cause and it behooves pur citizens to give it more than a passing thought. R- Howard Dobson has re- While tbe entertainment in itself is turned from Rulfcll, Ont., where she worth all that is asked for It on its was summoned on account of the own merits, the disposition of the pro- dcath hcr toihtr some time ago. ceeds la sufficient reason for the pur- chase of not one but a dozen tickets and a moments consideration will sure- ly prompt the reader to purchase a Mrs. J. Hieintotham returned ticket for the sake of the cause alone. on Saturday from ji lenpthy slay in the east. Mrs. Higinhotham has re-j turned greatly improved in health, i Miss Talteson was hostess of picture tea tin's afternoon, number of her aiiiclic water colors were viewed by Hie guests. Master James Leary underwent, an operation for appendicitis at tho Gait Hospital this morning, and is doing nicely. Mrs. J. Lee Joiinslon will bu hostess of a card party and this oven- ins, at her homo, Fourth avenue. Thirty guests have been hidden. K-sv. T. P. Perry leaves tomorrow for Calgary, whrrR lie will attend a Rev. C. H. Huestis, M.A., Held sec- retary of the Lord's Day Alliance- for Alberta and British Columbia, will preach In Knox Church next Sunda; morning, and in Wesley Church in th-3 evening. A church social will be hel-d this evening in the Caledonian Hall, at S o'clock. A short musical programme will rendered, and light refresh- ments will be served. Servians Take Monastir (Continued from front Austria Grumbles Vlenmi, Nov. Autro-Ser- via 11 situation lias been rendered much more Ecrious by iba tone of the Servian in its denunciation of "THE HAIKS OF YOUR''HEAD. 'ARE NUMBERED" There is a great deal of truth in the old saying. Hoots die, vitality gives out. The hair begins to lurn grey. Tins is pnrticulnrly unfortunate as we are all living in an nge when to LOOK young means to till the YOUNG end IMPORTANT Edmonton, Aita., .JS'ov. .M. Two liimdred and twenty-seven local im-' irovemcnt, districts, comprising the settled areas of tbe province of Al- wound up their affairs on Nov- ember 15, when Uic rural nrunioipal- ty act, passed by the last legisla- ture1, became-operative. The change nvolves a complete revision of the nap of Alberta in the government of the farming, communities. Kiity-six municipalities have been week, and will IK; absent from tbe city ll" to Hie Austrian entrusted with wide powers oi self- ulltil a week ''rom Friday next. sills in Albanian towns, who a government. In addition there will he, 110 districts with the limited powers Mr. and Mrs. John T. Burns and Mrs. Armstrong expect to leave to- morrow or Wednesday for Denver, where they 'will spend Hie American Thnnksglvinjf at Mrs, BHVIS' hcme. They will go from Denver to Okla- ong the Turkish troops at Hadamkeu: on the line of Tchatalja, according to Major Eugene Zwengeiy the war cor ;respondeut of the Tageblatt. He ;says thousands of dead and dying He along the road. jYIen. with stretchers are engaged at night gathering the .dead for burial, and th-a wounded fc-r transportation to the hospitals sand of-their were killed contines: 'Wherever I look I see wounded during a sortie from the distorted faces and stiff res's oh' according to of the wounded stretched for er special ippeallng for help The neaier Looters on War Path approached the railnaj station the Belgrade, Servia, Nov. Bands grew the picture.' Arnaut tribesmen armed with lailroad itself is just a field and in possession of two of dead. I saw in. brie car ten guns, taken from the Turkish five of whom were living and during their flight after the battle other five dead. Their faces still Kirchevo, are raiding and the horrible agonies- they the surrounding villages and passed I walked among aUng the country as far as qC corpses and masses of groan- to the southwest of Uskub. The sick men who soon would find rer vian commander has sent out in death. to search for the train -about- start, was over- The Turkish troops before -with mesi, Prisrentdi sold their rifles and of. those in the cars died soon munition for a few cents or they got on board. According to them away for coffee, sugar or information the deaths from and in this way many of the number five thousand daily tribesmen into possession the line of Tchatalja." despatch to 'the Tageblatt Fearful Scene of Mustendje, Roumanla, to. which Berlin, Nov. Tbe liveliest it. been by .AV.ireJess, agination would be unnble to a thousand cholera cases and the frightful conditions existing hundred deaths 'occurred daily ___ _ 1 __ THOUGHTS conference. Mr. Perry will also nt-j This lias been added to Ijyj tend ll In Edmonton next! reported tad treatment meted out con- iscrt tutu t.v Ing their previously granted to smaller corn- muni tie.s made on December 2, the elections taking place a week later. Nominations will take place January in (he district where the residents have not taken advaniag of tho act. Sleanwhilu the; department of inuni- cfpal aftairs for Alberta, headed by Hon. Hiarles Stewart, minister, and will have clinvge of alTairs. The depart- ment, lias tw auditors at work supervising the work of wind- ing up the affairs of the local improvement districts. Just what this means will be better understood when it is known that the p Airs. J. Clark Knox, of Grassy Lake, Is visiting Smith, Win: her mother, Mrs. T. T. from leav- fov fear that they might disclose tho illtreatmont of the Albanian inhabitants by the Servian conquerors. Public opinion here tends mere and to demar.-.l that, the situation shall be do finitely cleared up. Turks Claim Small Victory London, Nov. Pasha, tin commander of thn Turkish troapa at Monastir, inflicted a defeat on the Rev. Paul Bull left for the, cast to- day en route home to England. He will stop off in Chicago, where he will be the, oE Bishop Anderson, and in Montreal he will deliver an address, after which he ROCS to New i Ho sails for England on the positions. Old fogies go to the background, of Alberta is 50 pel cent, larger than ,A If you ahouldbVta chalk down every the state of Texas and-that the set- Maiuatama on tbe twenby-seventh oi Jay of your life, the fcjEoct number of hairs that lurn would he (surprised and learo that "The Grey Hairs of Pre- mature Old Age1' come on very quickly, If you neglect Begin to HAY'S :HAIR HEALTH and. fiOo at 'drug stores or direct upon receipt of price and dealer's nnmc. Send lOc for trial bottle. Phllo Hay -Specialties Co., Toronto Ont. Par Sale and Recommended by RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO, Ltd, tied areas arc more widely apart than the Lone Star state. "The wovk is going ahea.d in a sat- isfactory Stewart 'said, the month. Mrs. Aeneas Tulloch. entertained a delightful affair on Friday evening people. .wUI i the which wore en'byerl I by the gaests, who included Mrs. James Moodie, and Mrs. Ernest iTicknor, the Misses Mina Belle Tunnah, IS. Dickie, Gertrude i Hornby, Margaret Uctlshaw, Ivy Ilc'l-j shnw, Amy Morldic, Messrs Tulloch, Haruct, 0. Uurlinnan, Tunnah, and Masters .lohn Hcdsliaw, Arthur Hetl- James Modilic, William Tul- loch ami llanM with it." HER SISTER IS DEAD The police today received-the fol- lowing telegram from Kansas City: "Nook (or Mrs. Katie illchaulfl or Ttocknham; height, 5 feet Inches; blonde, light blue eyes; expert pianist, nickel shows, hotel orchestras. Pic- ture sent. Her' sister, I'-ttn, doJul. 1'Vank Michaels." Mr. NEWLYWED "HcIIp I U this Sew kind of salt wcareusing? Itibakej 'tllright.doesn'titf11 Mn. NEWLYWED it'a WINDSOR SALT, grocer lold me it W.IK the only kind ciwlomerM ivoulil Mr. NEWLYWED If lie keeps fiicli Rood wilt, I guess everything cine in hii store must sroo-l, no I would do all my Irnilinir mere, if I were Mn, NEWI.YWEO tuttnU (t WILLIE LOOKS OH THE6RIGHT SIDE Of ET the Turkish reserves .at1-San Stefano; where the alck and the He indlscrlnilnately on 'the streeti. Wanhlps Were Sent "The Turkish government realizing the danger, sent the warship Masulda and a torpedo boat, with reinforce- ments to the Ill-armed and half-starved soldiers to drive off tbe invaders. 'The opening fight came with startling sud- denness in the middle of the luii- cheon hour. When the first shot was fired with little cerempnyjvl brought .nn meal to. i conclusion.. Broad- aide aftei broadside belched from tho sides of tne war vessels., their bhots causifife, mad terror among the popul- ace. Driven by panic residents desperately; to their consular offices where their clainoi1- ing'-was a babel. 'Meanwhile Ihe roar of cannonading continued almost unceasingly. Every building In the town trembled. Tbe flrc. Iudr Shells the eight guns directed at the enemy hit Turkish soldiers. As Hhe BulgaiUus crept over tho. top of the slope they poured a hot demoraliiznE into the exposed flanks Ish infantry. t Non-Combatants" Panic Stricken- "la-the town there- among the non-combatants; many, 'of whom, rushed to the beach and .hurled themselves into, the sen: Mounting to the roof of a Greek 1 was able to witness Away aip among the green patches the- figures of-.Turkish, blue clad solr dfcrs and. Bulgorian brown clad m'eii were diacornable, swaying and utrUg-i giiug. Suddenly tbe blue line went tumbling down the hill. Little knots of brown clad soldiers" showed clear at edge of the mulberry trees and took pot-shots -blue men. Shells from the warships cou- .inued to, sweep the v "All-around ay many dead and the mangled forms of still living Turkish-men whom tbe nlsdirected ,fire of thc-Turkjah naval gunners' had struck.' ng rifle (Ire of the Turk- SEES WINTER COMING Na-Dru-Ge Tablets Quickly- Put Disordered Stomachs Riglit a revelation to the chronic dyspeptic to feel no' discomfort after hearty meal, whcu that meal is followed Dyspepsia 'Tablet, lie is hardly prepared (or the almost relief which the tablet gives him from the various discomforts to which he ja accustomed after eating. Na-Dni-Co Dyspepsia Tablets sweeten that are stomachs that feel as if a atone bad been give the needed assistance to stomachy tlut are weakened. Coti tain ing in themselves the active principle needed for digesting -every kind of food, Na-Dru-Co' Dyspepsia Tablets enable even the weakest stomachs to get the good out of what ia entcu, preventing the accumulation of undigested food niid gns. With little help, for the dieestive organs: recover their strength, do their work mul your troubles ore over. Don't go an suffering I Get a 500. box of Na-Dru-Co WyspepsiR TablcU from jour, dniggist f.oJay. National IJrtig. mid ChciiuciirCo. of Limited, Montreal, UT ;