Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TTTK E DAILY November COME See Our Splendid Assortment of Toys and Fancy Goods In The Basement Our Christmas Toy Department Meccano, the new toy for boys A Hundred Toys in One Nothing more interesting than. MECCANO has ever been invented for til? delight of children and grown-ups. .It at once grips the imagination of any boy. He can do something for himself. He can mike things. Fine, strong and stoutly built'work- ing models of the world's mechanical wonders. Each one is 'a thing .of his. own .creation and he can sit by and watch its beautiful mechanism work with all the mental'.joy or an inventor. With MECCANO outfit he can make trucks, cranes, bridges, flying machines, wagons, windmills, towers'and railway signals and to an inventive boy there is no limit to the number of models which can 'be made. The JIECOAN'O outfit contains .plated metal strips, wheels, pulleys, rods, nuts, bolts, etc. The parts are indestructible nnd may be used over and over again. Each outfit is 'securely picked in a cardboard box together with a profusely, illustrated 4S page book of instructions, containing designs of 71 working models. When in our store ask to be shown the new novelty 'MECCANO.' In the BASEMENT is now ready for the little ones, ready for the grown-ups as well, ready w" I: an opening sale of toys that will bring gladness to hundreds of C Folks who take time by the forelock will have a most complete assortment of every kind of toy to select from and will escape the hurry and confusion the, final buying days will bring. A Host of Dolls Hundreds of them, eljgant handsome German dolls, direct from the father- speak a word of English. Bu'j ohl they are beautiful, even the little ones, and the big dolls large as a two-year-old baby, they are simpljt, magnificent. PBICES.FROM 25c to Mechanical Toys of All Kinds Automobiles that go like the wind, Fire Trucks that are made ready in a jiffy, and steam, spring and electric railroad trains with tracks to run them oni AUo many other wonderful toys. Rubber Toys for the Kiddies In all kinds of animals, dolls and painted balls. ROCKING horses with real hair and fancy leather harness, also painted wood with real hair, umue and ;-tiil. Prices JTOJII to DOLL CARRIAGES, FURNITURE and HOUSES splendid assortment of carnages with strong iron frames and springs fitted with ruhher tires, also a line in basket work. Doll houses and furniture of every description to please the most particular little housekeeper. Also a splendid range of Tea sets, in enameled tin and china. NOAH'S nil kinds of won- derful animals inside, a splendid gift for the little ones. Prices from lOc to Children's Books Our selection includes all the popular' numbers such as Chatterbox, Boys' Own Annual, Girls' Own Annual, Father Tuck's Annual, Alice lu .Wonderland, Mother Goose Nurseo Rhjmes and The Water Babies. Also a splendid selection of books for the younger folks too numerous to mention. Christmas Tree Decorations A splendid assortment of. candles, glass or- naments and tinael hangings, in fact we have everything to make the Xmas tree look like a fairy tree. WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE RANGE OF TOYS AND GAMES too numerous to mention, all kinds of dogs, cats, sheep, horses, auto- mobiles, express wagons, cannons, soldiers, work boxes tool sets, and hundreds and hun- dreds of other tiny, tasteful toys which we want you to see. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Limited Acadia Block As a Special Induce- ment to Our'Patrons Who wish til purchase their toys now but; can- not keep them at home, we will, on payment of a deposit hold the same in stock until wanted, thus enabling them to make their pureluises early and insure satis- faction in selection. This feel sure will be of bene- fit to these have a good num- ber of little folks to remember this Christinas. Bulgarians Ordered to Rest While Armistice Is On Conflicting Reports Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. Bui gariun troops operating before the line of fortifications defending: Con- I stfihtiuople Tchatalju, have re- j ceived orders to cease fighting ami i merely to hold the positions they I have gurned, as negotiations have been begun fcr the conclusion of :ui i armistice, jit the request of Turkey. Navy Co-Operating j Constantinople, Nov. gun firing was audible at four o'clock this afternoon from the direction of i Eiyuk Chebm-sdye, o-a the Sea of j Marmora, near the Tchaialja fortlH- j cations. It is believed a Turkish war- ship was 'firing at the Bulgarians. A Brigade Cut Off London. Nov. the at- tack on tlie'Tchatalja line by the Bul- garians yesterday, one Bulgarian bri- gade was cut off from the mum body at Biyuk Chekmedye, and suffered terribly in a-a unsuccessful attempt to retreat to Katikvatia, according to u special despatch from Constantinople. After a heavy artillery duel in the i morning at Derkes. the Turks assum- ed the offensive. They carried many of the Bulgarian rifle pits and threw the entire Bulgarian left flank into confusion. When darkness set in the Turkish troops returned to their en- trenchments. Bulgarians Deny Reverses Sofia, Nov. the reports em- anating from Turkish sources alleg- ing that, the Turkish troops had gain- ed victories over the Bulgarians along the line of fortifications at Tchntalja, officially are declared un- true by the Bulgarian war office to- day. This is ihe only information given out thus far in regard to the three- dnys' operations of the Bulgarian army before Constantinople, with the exception of yesterday's announce- ment that the armies had been en- gaged at the advanced points of the line. Regarding the situation at Adriaii- ople officials state that the Turkish troops attempting to break through the Bulgarian investing lines were repulsed on Monday with heavy loss- es after a battle lasting the whole day, they were compelled to retire to the fortress! From Dedetghatch, on the Aegean Sea, it is reported that two battalions of Turkish troops posted on the heights to thu -north were routed by the Bulgarians. The Turks fled, leav- ing a train filled with provisions, am- munition and horses. Turkish Official Report Constantinople, Nov. posi- tion at the Tchatalia Hues 'was de- by Nazim Pasha, the Turkish commauder-in-chfef. in it telegram to the Turkish War office, filed 12.If. p.m., today, as follows: "Reports received at this moment state that the enemy, fearing our left wing, withdrew completely last night in the direction of the slopes of Pap- ox Burgas. Ouv reconnoitering part- ies counted 'over five hundred dead Bulgarians on the slcpes In the envir- ons of Tchatalja railway station. From their epanUts it was establish- ed that the dead soldiers 'belonged to. PARALYSIS COM- PLETEIUBRED "Fruit-alines" Performs Another Miracle DRISTOI., N. joiv ssth, ign "I a stroke of Paralysis in March 1910, >ud tins left me unable to walk or help myself, and the Constipation of tht llowtIs was Icrf ible. Nothing did me liny good aud I waj wretched m every way. I then tool; "I'ruit-n-tivu" for the Constipation and it not only cured me of this terrible trouble, but gradually tins fruit medicine toned up the nerves and actually cured Hie Paralysis. lljtheuseof I grew itrouger and stronger until all the Paralysis and weakness left me. I am now well again and attend my store every day. I say "Thank Coil for Fruit-a-tives" ALVA PHIUdPS. "Fruit-a-tives" not only cured terrible Constipation, but "so toned tip the nervous system and the general health as to completely overcome the palsy. Truly "Frait-a-tives" is a tronderful medicine.' 500 a box, S for trial size, 2.sc. At dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives limited, Otlava. THE PEOPLES' FORUM HONOR WHERE HONOR IS DUE Editor of Herald: In your issue of the l.nth your cor- respondent makes comment on the road to Hill Springs as though the farmers were doing all the road work themselves. Permit me to inform your readers that nearly one thousand dollars have been expended en this road by the Department of Public Works during the present season. Some ten culverts, four very largo ones, are included in this work ;ind side hill cuts; also grades. The road IB at the present time In as good a shape as any road leading from Card- ston. Yours for justice, A. R. Archibald. General Road Foreman, Cardaton. WON A PIANO CHEQUE Recently the W. Doherty Pia.no Organ Co. Ltd., published a puzzle picture in the Herald and the first five sending in correct answers were to receive cheques for payable on a piano. There were a large num- ber who tried out the puzzle. Mr. E. H. Rowse was one of the lucky ones, but he doesn't happen to need ;t piano. Pincers which lock when closed, re- quiring considerable force to orcn them, arc a Caliiorniun's invention. Good Home-Made Bread Your baking will be successful if you use White Swan Yeast Cakes. Makes light, sweet and wholesome bread. If your grocer hasn't got it cakes at 5c) send us his name and ask for free sample. White Swan Spices Cereals, Limited, Toronto, Out. A One of Germany's numerous dir- igible balloons has made more than 100 journeys with passengers without a single mishap. ARE YOUR SUSPENDERS With every pair "EZE" Suapendcrn your Deale u authorized to give one year's Free Insuranc uealnst rippinE. brcntinsor Him.: Sec slide! No slmin.no Imr- yortr Dealer's or postpaid for BOc. THE KING SUSPENDER CO. TORONTO, CAN. "EMPRESS OF SAFEST STEAMSHIP AFLOAT. Tills I.i ona of the two new steamihips being built by tht Canadian Paci- fic P.siKvsy fcr service betwcsn Csnadr. and tha Orient. These boats wUi ba largott and fastest on the Pacific Ocean, and are to break for quick voyage Detwoon Vancouver, Victoria, Yokohama and Hans Kong. Constructed with double bottoms, these steamships will be the built by Company. The Board of Trade, tnc organization that governs "John Bull's" tliippmq, rules that ,T tuffioiont factor of safety has. been allowed when art designed to float with only two compart- ments flooded, but in the of tho new "Empresses" these regulations have been gntatly exceeded, these boats bring built to float with four comport- merits flooded. The dimensions of the new boats 590 ifefitj boam, 68 feet: depth, 4G fact} tpetd, 20 Knots cer hour: aceom- 1 Excursions To Europe In connection with special rates on the railways ,Nov. 7 to Bee. 31. Prom Date Montreal Nov. 23 Portland Dec. 7 Halifax Dec. SS. Megantfc SS. Laurentic SS. Laurentic SS. Teutonic Portland Dec. 14 SS Teutonic Halifax Dec. 15 SS Canada......Portland Dec. 21 SS, Canada......Halifax Dec. 22 Travel by the "Laurentic" or "Me- garutc" the largest and best, or by the one-class (II) cabin steamers, Large and fast. Excursion Rates Also from New York by White Star services to Liverpool or Southamp- ton; American Line to Southamp- ton; Atlantic Transport Line to Louden; Red Star Line to Dover nnd Antwerp; from Hc-.uon via White Star and Lcyland Lines lo Liverpool. Also-gulling via one port nnd .re- Uirniflfv v'a Bother. Apply for imrlu.'uliirs 10 tmareat ntilwH.v or SS. apnui. or M. Ale- 1 rod Cnn. Western PsiJ'siHifior ASU Slrout. the First Infantry Regiment of Sofia. A number of rifles, caps and officers' swords were brought in by OUT troops. According to made by Bulgarian enemy has been without food for three days, and is retreating. The Bulgarians wera unable .to carry away all-their wound- ed." A wireless despatch from the com- mander of the Turkish battleship Torgut timed 1 a.m., November 20, reports that a Turkish detacii- lent, operating from Devkos, aided by the fire of the ship's guns, drove back the Bulgarians in the direction of Ormanli and Kafaburun t'cr a dis- tance of ton miles. Athens, Nov. Prince Constantino today telegraphed the Prime "Minister as follows; "The fight under my command, standing three columns from Vo'd- ena, Gamatikovo aiid Kosanav, be- gan; its advance on the 15th, in a leavy rain, which continued until to- day, i crushed the enemy's resisi- uice on the 17th and ISth near Ostro- vovo. Today we are hi the passes be- .tween Cornitchivo and Ostrovo, and the march will be continued on to Fiorina. "The arniy before us is probably under command of Niazi, a well- known young Turk from Resna. London, Nov. despatch to' the Daily Express from Belgrade, says .the. capture of .Monastir has proved a difficult problem for the Ser- vian government, which is extremely puzxled regarding the housing and feeding of its army, and the prisciiers. "Fethi Pasha, who was among those that continues the cor- respondent, "was Turkey's popular minister at Belgrade. JIe crie-d as he handed his sword to the Servian com- mander. Luxurious apartments a- .wafted him when he 'was brought to Belgrade." DOMINION BANK MAN WILL EN- TER PRIVATE ENTERPRISE AT VANCOUVEK London, Nov. W. Itamhcr, London manager of the Dominion Hunk of Canada, is resigning from his position 1U' has been In the service of the bank for llfleen years and was to London two years ago. ie is one of the youngest men who ever hrld such a responsible position. His control of tho metropolitan branch lias been conspicuously suc- cessful and the news of his departure has boon received in financial circles here with considerable regret. Mr. Ilamber, however, is finding greater scope in Vancouver, where lie will tie associated in the many business interests of .John Ilenriry. He leaves London after Christmai. Mayor Hatch Wants City (Continued from front Great ray noil. Jt iiray not be generally known, 3111 it is so, Hint tliu six coal mines .11 this district "have at the present time a pay roll of "The people of LeUiforiilgc do nut seem to realize this. Neither do they realm; that thu market for coal is prowing rapidly, and that when the. nines are developed so that they are if ting all the their surface plants ace capable of lifting, the pay- roll the mines will he per day, or nlinost per month. ''Development along other industrial ines is hound to follow this (levclop- neiit of the coal industry, and a ra- iial railway would play an important >art in thai The mayor will have something to say about this policy at the mass meeting of the ratepayers to he held on the first night, after the nomina- ions that the Majestic theatre can be secured. CAUSING GRAVE -ALARM London, Nov. Berlin sur- geon Porf. Israels has beeii snmmcm- id to Tsarskoeselo, where uMr. Fedor- off has beeii in attendance since the Russian Imperial family returned from Spala. eays a despatch to the Dally Mail from St. Petersburg. The cir- cumstraces point to the continued gravity of the' illnees of the young crou-n prince. The court doctors ad- mit that H is a serious surgical case. BECKER'S COUNSEL ENTERED AN APPEAL New York, Nov. A. Shay, attorney for Charles Becker, filed with District Attorney Whitman today, no- tice of appeal from the verdict of the jury which convicted MB client of procuring the murder of Herman Ros- eiithal. The notice acts as a stay of execution. FUTURE SAILINGS (St. Lawrence Koute.) MONTREAL LIVERPOOL Winter Excursion Rates On Sale Daily, Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st EXTRA SAILINGS TO LONDON MOUNT TEMPLE SUNDAY, NOV. 17 LAKE MICHIGAN SUNDAY, NOV. 24 Future Sailings from St. John WEEKLY SAILINGS LOWEST HATES Unequalled Accommodation Saloon, Second, Third Class. Complete de- tails on application. Berth reservations .can now be made with any Rail- way or steamship Agent for Christmas ships, or write J. S. CARTER, Gen'l. Agent., 210 Portage Avc., Winnipeg. Canadian Pacific Railway Home Visitors' Excursions United States Points Ketiu'ii rare from Lethbi'idgc Minneapolis or St. Paul Duluth 'Chicago, Kansas City .'J5G6.90 CORRESPONDING FARES TO MANY OTHER POINTS. TICKETS ON SALE DECEMBER lot to 31st, 1512. RETURN LIMIT THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE. For further particulars call on S. B. Mitchell, Ticket Agent, Lcthbridcc, or to R. G. McNEILLIE, District Passenger .Agent, Calgary.