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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Ps 3'iityc 15 THE LETTTBIttttGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, 10, INS T Si nici take' clca the liroi ph( jienl thro find ougl pro[ tota tlm to c spot cessi appe unne It the tidj- i ous. ON A 1SATTLKF1 ELI) THESTANDARD AND FAVORITE BRAND. Peace ?in Sight, Allies Consented CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Block 1 r (Coutfuuei from front The. Montem'gnan ilit-n his? troops, aecor.iinu. io ihf currcs 10 Tt'inove ail tin1 board Austrian Uojtl Mnn.anne in HIP port, und IIP liail al! i Austrian craft-lying then- s MumeneiyiM royal yachi in "port ;-.s though to uik thy; possession fur Kiiii The dispatch roncludes ilia' XiJrKish tronps intend to utiavl; :it San Giovanni Me'u'ua today. Occupy a Strategic Pcint Kiekn, Montenegro, Xov. H.'. A cojuljincd army ui Servian and 'MunU'- neurin troops today own pied the town oflAlessiu near the Adriatic' const. lAltssio lias been ciiiet source of supplies for ihe Turkish gar- fiiim ui Scutari- Although only a ciirall place of inhabitants, its possession is of great imporUuice. Pen Picture of an Awful Woe Nov. A -Nieu Frio. Press correspondent, telegraphing via Gpn says 'I have 'ridileii. aromid all the posi- tfd'ns iu the Turkish centre near Had- chkemui. Wild scenes of mi eery, such. as .1 have never seen before, ex- iMr ''We see the carcasses of horses iy- iiigin.e; by the dozens in muddy .and ..soldiers passing hy. lor- tiired with" burning thirst, drink the water in which the carcases were ly- ing. 'the troops from Asia landed at San Stefuno, and arc- now marching to the front. They are already .taking scores of cholera pa- tients to i'The nearer one yets to Hedumki, tiife moceJrecjAieut-rfo the corpses be- come: along ..roads. outride the village. and on the bridge, lying with FtrWeheil-ou r., desua iri 115; ha nds to- ns. From the railway- .station, a -train starts, ill which is liiza j Pasha, artillery commander at tl-.e T e lio is MO with the cholera. vDead.--. and-; -dying in the trenched alonjr the "roads. Officers of the- geii- f-ral staff inform us that on November 10.' ihere were 300 ruses, one hundred o'fi which caEta were fatal. Today there are already five thousand cases, j This'te'the end. In the forts there, were at 'first, only fifteen deaths, and j ah. attempt was made ,tu tnej outbreak. But the trucks with chlor-' ide of lime came too late. They should have been sent at least, a fortnight c'iirlier. and then thi> epidemic- could have been prevented. Xov: all -the spnnesi aie and the people are drinking stagnant water. All the jiiitiiMHs have been horded into camp. surrounded by barbed wire. i ill., fixed bayon The Big Clearing SALE AM that remained of the Turkish village of'Shiptchinik, after it had been i bombarded for some hours by the guns of the Montsnegrin. army. .At first- ihe Turkish garrison refussd to surrender, though from six well trained bat- teries stoned at different points the Montenegrin artillery poured shell into, th- doomed fortress. After this fierce fire had been withstood for three: hoLrs the Turks raised the white flag. which :a parley took place the garrison surrendered unconditionally. In the background can be seen a tent and a dismantled field gun. The tent was erected for the use of sur-' geons attending to the hundreds of wounded soldiers.' AH t iinies with; his, however, is as 'in the- other side thousands of persons ith pain. 'Their cries- s emaciated ibmif the fiflds. o ir horses', re n.-li days Try This Home-made Cough Remedy S Litilr. Hut 'Dory tin- Work Quickly. Jlwni'y JUlmulrtl. uf sue-ir with 1 cup of watei1, and stir fur1 _ IIUH- utiis. Put 2i.j ..f PSiiux (fifty ceiiis1 Iti u It-cmni'e Isoiile; tthi-n acUI the biiKnr Bynip. v'i'ukt.- a int every Ota-, two or tiirce hanrd. Von wil! find that llils simple remedy j takes liolcl of u ccmHli more (iiiieUly than unj'tlniiK else ever ust'd. entia a t'fJi'St) .lijslilc oi' hrmra. .Splt-iiiiiil, luo. for whooping cuiigh, t-mup, piilns, brnnchtilH, jnid.'oiln'r tliroiit 11 siiinnlateH Ilie' upinMlh; ;m.t Is.. sMshlly lasuLivo, wiiiuli end a L'Jiish. 'v Tliis renipe inalies nuivc ;md' Iti'ltrr syruji than'.you roultJ 'buy rcfiily iniwl'e 'for It perfectly mid itlffHKaiiUy. llto mtisl vfilunMc Voiircntratoil ronipound of c.vtnict, is I'k'h in KiiUlacu] uml-.-iil na- (lira I elcnicnts, whlcir so hiNdlns tn iht- incinlii'iini's. Other jirc-jinrailonrt not" work In tlijs This plan of inakiiiR i-niiRh pyniji with and fjyriip inr sfriilnixi )ntn-> ry) Jsflfi proven i-'o popuinr Dirouuhbiii Uii Unitfiif Kintf'H itiitrcnn.iiU) thdt 1) In nfifn Dul. [lie nlif. for.'iuila Iina lirf-n rrjualnd. A Kiiar.inly of ahsnlulp MlL-'frtrtion mouny promptly KOCH with this I pp. Your driiKKlsl or will frot li ffir you. If not stnd to The PInc.v Co., Toronto, Out ago. Dying men are in the stalls, and they cry for mercy when they'are dis- turbed. Many of them curse us i11 ihe madness of their pain. we find our must ceruiiuly give high praise to thy honesty of the Turks. Except small baggage, nothing is missing. onr return we oft'iet'rs dis- infecting themselves: and giving ad- vii-e to the men. Thy hitter, however, continue to dri-nk writer which is in- fecied by corpses. They are e-itbor finalists, or maddened by thirst. The population is iu fUstht. "The Tehauilja lineMs a i-irdle steel formed by M'OO The troops arriving from Asia .Minor arc only siruteuttie. -reserves. If cholera j dews not attack tho IOLMI in the their resistance call only liist a weeks." Protecting Foreign Population -London, Xov. and Gal- H.IU, says a correspondent to the Times, are UOAV--guarded against any iuiasjiua-ble attack by a eordon of 3M'.' marinr-6 thrown about iu strategic po- sf'Joits. The lines ot" the Interna- tional forces link n.u Thy various em- bassies and take in the foreign iusti-j tiitmns. The French -admiral.: e'om-j nmndliig, claimed the post of honor of j giiiinliiig the convoat and schools an iiiahli aiKl Xiahamash, for hi.s mar.. On ihe first -in j iroublo, tho bridges will he r.pUK'd.j the Kiwainn gunboat. enter ihe Golden Morn, and talu- np a position for defence of Phan- ar. The uth'T warships will move J clone in on Tuesday. j Tims fur, ihti i-urresiioitdum _Si.y5. j all is quiet, and bids fair to remain, so. The populate showr: no retiont- i meni jn tin- lunding of nmrhic-K. but; hom-e. arc inclined to crili-j cixe'ilm measure pmnauive.' They aryne that if would have IKKHI urha-v'e waited miill the Turkish autli-j uruie.s had liandt-d ihe policing pi' Pern, ami Galaia in ILSJ 'they liad nndcmlurn to do, in thi'.easej nf gerions iro'ih'e. An Appeal to the Pope notion, Xov. Alhaniau fed- M-iircrlJ- in a '.-onnlry hears its' loasf'rf wiiti iidinirabU- nini fiam. 'I'lu-re is tut !isi nf dead ;iml woinulf-'d. und noiiody asks lor it. Hut as the end Is In be duty oi' ynvf.'rniiu'iii to see thai the bi'iivn pcaitjniis. whose It-1 in ihe. of Tbarco, nor, died in vain. N'othiim less tluin the total uxllncttnn of Turkish rule In ICuropc, niti In- i A Great Industry AVithiu the past five years the de- velopment of the coal within a Hiding of twelve miles of Lethbridge has been are now six lari-'e mines ninning to full capacity, and .capably of employing: {.Lent "ihre'e; iltbusHiid (ilen. -Another property, .south of Klpp. was also bought last y-ciir, anil -'a niilUon dollar piiint bt1 erected within it couple of years. This .development would unsure the radial railway con- cern of ot' "cius'e to fivel; thousand men along the'-liiyi ,of- their Avith a consequent population of fifteen or twenty thousand people; atui in oi'-Un; Old Couulry parties inter'estetl, there in little tlonht about-the-proposition being a fimnu citil success. If the company' is successful inj. liriujring1 its'plans'to a successful tue, they will be required to operate in the neighborhood of twenty-une miles of road, measuring from the pre: sent, noi'therly'limits of the city. The lint would rim to thence to Royal View, across ihe propcsct] bridge to licence to Chinook- ihe iVtlibridge at Kipp. '-0 Kipp, and event-! naily iu the new minhie eamjt dirsctlyj', WrST of the city, ucress: the ivlierf: thf co.'il ntlnitijj plant is iu Le located. Probable Cost The cost of construction of such iij line !in of' mile, incilidihg overhead .work. 'The (.-xcliitiivi: of liradintj. if ii were located at Diamond City, at ihe poi-ar first to..the provincial mem. The irark, overhead and the bridge, would, therefore, cost Honif; S-iiiit.ofiO, ready -for.- nuerution. !i the c-ity proffncins; power ai a low rale, llin company could purchase ptnviM1 from without, lo thy t'xpcnse. of liMildini; a power Iiiani of its at a i oat'of close, io halt' a million. Tho only other ex- pi rise, iherf.'fore. would bo tjiock iiml lerminala. so that the ;ict- iiiil 'oiitlny would not amount in all to tniilf! one million and with the outlook for yreal. deveiopmt-ni aloiifi the. lino of roiito. finan- cial heiiind tin; Hchenic be- lie vi they could make a profit (-ii iiivf-htmcMit. t-'omo limo. ilio (juofttion of 'uiildins 11 radial railway along the tines planned by the com pan y, has IM-HII muier con side ration by ihe "iiy hut the. cost would b" jiroliibitivf. for scwirnl 'ycfirs >io ni'd.lhe chailj'e in tho. locution I idly Kivor bridge, piacefl r i-ininbliiii; liioc'k in the read ing it n mutiicipiil venture.' i'vi'i', if i in- proposed coin pan jp ihe jirninge- to have Umiii oon- London, Nov. Jos. .Alartiu is again on Uie track of ihe Speaker, with a motion to censure hirii for not. deai- ing drastically' with the Un- ionists who stopped the debate last week. Uiinii it. a particularly feasible In e'vei-y way.1 good one and They 'believe it would be better in' the of pri- vate individuals, for the reason that it would' not only bring to the im me- diate city.the capital EXPECTED THERE WILL BE .LARGE ATTENDANCE FROM THE COAL CAMP Tomorrow morning the western of the Canadian Mining InsU- liitr will meet in Ut-hhrldgc. The. con- vention litre will he Ihr regular an- nual nipeting of the instituU-, l.eth- having been as the pliice; ornipftiiis at the tonvention LAWYER AS HUGH City Council- Turned Down a Request-of'the': Local Bar held necessary 10 develop the scheme, bnti l-'runk. The session .also tend to attract other t lit1 A. R. I. library building, with tal i'or the of developing- thej W. K. Wilson, of tho Crows Nest city and district, thus making traffic for the road, International Exchanges Likely t'oal Co.. presiding. (Continued from front Tire the a i i i with his tather in I unaila to his ino- The-meet ing here is expected to he I largely attended. Mining .superintendents and engineers from all parts of Alberta and British Co- lumbia will be in t crest-ing papers will he read on snh-j ject.s'relating to the mining industrvj in the two provinces. At the Frank i mretiiig 'the Compensation Act wast bitterly it is expected} that there he a long discussion! child residing! 'the- .same qurstiim here. I It i.s under.stood that the visitors] .ilso visit the station at No. (i, where demonstrations will! in the I'niieil Stales. Do the Canadian ihe divorce! he given under the dircclioti of Mr.! law of the I'niteil States? That is j Powell, who is in rli.irgi- of the sla- UIP cotiinlioaled'' question which will have to he takea into consideratinn in the parliamentury hearing. The Spokane lawyer, who is the crnUiil in the. casn, is a medi- lonking man, but Ins the. dock this morning ii thai, the trouble is Recommendins" that an officially re- cognized member of the bar of Al- berta he to, the police mag- istrate's- chair. 1C. C. secre- tary of the local. Bar .Society, wrote the City: Council today to ask "'that they recommend to t lit; Atttirriey-Gen- eTai's departinont'some Tor tlic'position, so. that the appointment might1 be made without delay. 5. Last Fcbruarv. S. Ball, then po- lice magislrnre, appointed city solicitor, stepping down frpm the po- lice, magistrate's-, chair; leaving- that important pest vacant. For some weeks Inspector West, of the Mount- ed. Police filled the' position. Then ihe city Attorney General that Harry Btmtley, acting police magistrate, be appointed to ihe position. The Attorney-General's de- partment, however, delayed confirm- ing the appointment, .and although asked repeatedly'-by inn.'council dur- ing the summer to do so, Mr. IJentley ig still only acting as the police mag- istrate. Now the Bar Society asks that tho Council withdraw their original i'e- commendation, and instead ask tho Attorney-General to appoint a mem- ber of the legal fraternity. Just what their reason is for wish- ing: this change to he made 'wan not Stated in their communication to tho council. The amendmeni io tho Po- lice -Magistrate's Act in 1910 allowed for the appointment of la.ymen to tho position of police magistrate, and the council thought there would be no dif- ficulty iu getting the appointment of .Mr. Ito'ittey confirmed. However, rumors of a change have been hen'rd frequently of in lesal circles, and more than once objections have been made to the action of the council pay- ing Harry Bent ley, .I.P.. Ji salary, while he held (he position merely in a temporary capacity. The Act dues provide for the payment of a suit- ed salary to a .lustier Of the peace, ami the council's action is looked up- on as illegal. The Cily Council after considera- tion filed the letter, and took no ac- tion. d appearanee plainly slui preying on his mind. 'This tnniblt- -will ruin me in kiiuc1', is the way he is said to have put ii when the Cranbrook o Ulcers arrested him, H is alleged that Cvoue jictfi! to some extent on I.umb's assurances that cverVthiaii; would he all right, in spite uf Solic-i- lor Hall's legal opinion thai, ha.I follow the proper course to gain of the child. Spnkane, Xov. .M. Crowe, arrested at "raiibruok. was t'L-rmorly prominent in National Onanl and IK auii "i" .liiofu-e icr- inan Crowe, of the HI ate Supremo Court, lie has practised in Spokane several and formerly WJIH United Staifts llf-gislrar lliil. 1. Colo declared this afternoon that Mr. Crowe disciiHKt'd tho trip with him, mid declared he was going to LftthbridKn lo institute; Icjial proceed- ings io'recover the boy. Crowe is said" to bf> roiircscnitinc; Mrs, .Maude1 lintbakfT I.nkc.divorced wife of the niilroud Mrs. I. ilk i.' was granted a divorce in the Kpokaiin County Superior Couri on KeptHiiihor IS, She Rivan custody of tile son alleged io have hrrn spirited nway. and ;ilso ihe cus- tody of another child, and ali- mony jiur numlh.t Tho record of the local court, showu that when the cane was cullfd for hiui m-ro, tlir- llUSlKllld, WllO ill OilB stiigo of the proceeding, mude a legnl appoarnncc, failed to fill! an anawor 01! to dt'inur. A-lbntii.- Nov.- Six-orj eight persons, were killed it was rc-[ a head-on collision between! piiHseiisrer trains nmntier .HI ami S-l j niniiinj; heLween and i .laqlisonvillc the seaboard air line, railway near Granite City today. All[ wires wore torn down. Relief train.s, have been sent from and Hamlet, X. C. GEORGE CASE DEAD Toronto, Xov. Roorgit Allen] Case, a biu real estate broker, who is heavily interested in western city real estate, died suddenly yesterday. _--------------------- Their 1'rond you know, dear 1 belinvo our bahy will he a great singer, perhaps a famous tpnor." strikes high C, mighty often, if that is what you mean." .Proud the tones are so Mveet and shrill. J hope In- will! hi: ahic Lo hiiVe his voice in.llalv.'- Joviv great idea! Send him, A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs, Kdwanl KentiTdy, of .Merid- ian, old. was nd- by hoi1 phyalcliin to try Dr. .Martellls F.'inale Pills, sho did so with wonderful rosulis. Thou's- iindrt of otlH.M'H would I ho .same, years the standard, at ..flnifiKist. At threr o'clock this aifcrnoon the city council went into court of sion of the municipal Htil.' About 2.1 new names added. AJ few- names were, to! the applicants leiumts, and j therefore Ihey do not come under the! city charter us voters. Unlit inc. liusiness 'i'iir appi'tiacli of. Ihe municipal elec-! tions iin.l Hit- end of the year is its etTevt, on Ihe city council ineet-i iiiijts. The. session, this: afternoon j given over .almost entirely to and there was, little to enliven t tie j proceedings, Tlii1 council was called upon lo n precedent isi the mailer of bonding: the paying comltanips on theit nr.uii-. the perijdj oT construction duriiiR the suinnirr Pi-r cent, on llie first contract, and per cent. the second wiis belli .i.rc on the Kloso Paving Co. as a guar- antee I'thiit. main tain their paving in good "order for live years according to their contract. The, Kl- oso Co. aKkedTj.hat.-tiie city pay them the remainder due on their contract, and. in nit urn Ihey would give a slioiitl 'to'.guanintee. the main- tenance oMlitVxpaving'for live vein's. During moiitli 'of October, ilui city stahles ni-ltcd the city a prolit of over all i-xpiMisos. In Ihe absence of .Mayor Hatch to- day, occupied I lie chair. CORONER'S JURY RETURNED VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH IN SENUIX CASE A verdicl of accidental float h was ivl.urned lodiiy to Coroner llieni- hoiliam by a jui'y who held jn at So. li mint- into ihe death of l.eoti Seniux, a Ui'int'r rmployed there, who nict'iverl serious injuries last Satur- day afternoon .it two o'clock, which subsequently rcsultd! in death. I-l seems that''the sustained injuries as the rrsull of a panic cans-, ed hy Ins excited over tlir. ninaVay of imif cat'- 'in "spite. o( which seven spraj-s were put, through the wheels io pn-veiit the cars skid- ding don n I ho incline. The deceased in 'endeavoring lo save me prnpeiiy of (he company was in some umic-; countable manner cituuhl between ihn cars ami frighlfulfy manned. He re- sides at KMh slreel north and is sun Vivcd hv a widow. Old folks who1 need something of the kind, find NA-DPU-CC LAXATIVES most effective without 'any discomfort. Increased doses not needed. a box at your drucjisl's. Ullllnil ml Chlmlcjl Cmiit, Itallll. 164 ;