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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume A', TWELVE PAGES Lcthbritlgc, Thursday, November CENTS Number 2ttl Parliament was Opened Today THE MAYORALTY Turkey Rejects the Peace Ternte REJECTS PEACE Commander in the Field Ordered to Resume Oper- ations at Once Fight Will be Resumed at Tchatalja Latest News From the Scenes of Carnage Constantinople, Nov. Ottoman government has rejected the terms offered by the allied Balkan nations. Pasha, the Turkish com- mcnder-in-chlef, his been ordered to resume operations. Nov. Turkish cruiser Hamidieh is repoi'icd to have been blown up by Bulgarian torpedo boati, hear the port of Varna, on the Biack Sea. No con firmation of, the report has been received by the War Office. The Impoisible Terms Nov. Bulgarian :errriB of peici, are impossible, ac- :ording to the Turkish Ovand Vizier. JKe madp this statement to the corfes pondeut the Daih Mill it Constan today Kiemil Pasha said I received last night a communica- i through the Rusbian Ambassa lor to Titrkej of the terms which tin suggest for an armistice, a preliminaij to the discussion of ttrms of peace The terms are L Impossible and unless thej a-re radl- s iltpred thp continue S Bulgarians ask for the ,sur- of Afiimnople Scutari Lanim 4 t ie Tclntalja lines ie ofvpeace, tho corres ,ent idds now Ecemrf to in the that these .demands of fhe-allisA detet on before atta cs were msJe the Bulgarians oil tho Tchatalja !li s during the first three days of this j fO London, Nov. Mavtin H. D.cno- 'lihue, in long despatch lo the Dally jChronicle describing Tuesday's bat- -Me. says: "The Turks were fighting a life and battle, and Nazim Pusha real- the seriousness of his position. If Bulgarians succeeded i-a break- through the left and turning thc flank, the enemy could pos- the main road to San Stefano, cutting the Turks off from the "Throughout Sunday, although er tho hills. Closer and closer swept the storm of death, until it broke in a fury Turkish camp, The Turkish une tof Defence a.L Tchatalja was a seml-circlei present- ing a concave service-to .an attack. If the centre wasVbfdkeu 'the two wings would be isolated. This, ap- pareutlj'j was what was happening The Bulgarians had captured the out- er line of defences and established themselves at the centre of the semi- circle, and wei'e like a triangular wedge being into the Turkish lines 'I learned that the.Bulgarians ha rnshrrd >the outer line at-one o'clock in the morning, after a feeble rpsistancs from tho demoralized Turks, and were now shelling the second line 'with 'the object of. terrorizing the infaatry tContlnucd on page 5) RAM IS tfFER II EOlIi RETURNING FROM SCOTLAND ALEX. KNOX ISSUES WAR- RANT AGAINST MR. FRENCH Settlers in Milk River Country j is Suffering fiom Lack of Road I N. Merriam, a farmer from the homcsteading district east of Warner WILL BE GIVEN NO "LESS THAN TWO DRiLL HALLS FOR CITIZEN SOLDIERS Naval Policy Referred1 to But no Hint Given -Np 1 Redistribution for West, but Senate Will be i Filled- Banking Act to be Revised --Aid to Agriculture Nov. and Was in thc city to- Ottawa, Nov. department! Ottawa, Nov. all the lomp a'Hrt ceremony of an old world or Alex Kriox, who returned from a (ta} m with the Her- three months' absence from tin pointed Out the intense inconvcn- jcstcrclay morning, .has entered b it ,cnce and through halls for Winnipeg. the deals for.'thc! function, the Duke of Connaught, this ficent new afternoon, opened the second session 'The main arm-'of the twelfth Parliament of. Canada. ory, which it is; said, will lie the ftn-j Weather cond cst in Canada, costing some j was a great fa! .ditious were ideal. It great fall day at the capital, 'against ,V. C. Fmich, puMishci ?n lcn almost, summerlike its warmth As WeUBklWln Times, for dcfamatcr, U- trv ,1P5 fllled up r.pully with !h8 drtw bul. .'tiers and thcre'-'i's an immense crop hundred feet. Theic will, be a north TnejcHUSC'Of the action is lassd on to.haul lo To ha'e to anil south'end. drill hall at the cor- an article published in the isbue oi 21 rpfprr'mr tn IN. ('rmrti re 01 2.1, ufen.nK to till Ltparti re 01 the (hen Mayor Unox, and It and scicnty miks takes ncr of McGregor and JlcCrea streets, tllc olt thc sottlcrs are costing in the neighborhood of fc Tlle c. 000 N R, [rom MjLjf.eld is routed Work on the north end armory will that r.n audit oi the city's tea. s. lc thinurh the country, but Ire settlers start at once, as the lOCth Light In- made. fed. that. they, have to wait longer, fanlry Regiment is at present with- Ihe prdimin.iry hcar'nz wcs'fi'en than the demands on patience war- out quarters, and it is hoped to have today, before A. S. Rosenroll rjnl It is proposed to circulate a it completed hy April, first, while the and the case was ordered to le tal en pet ttrn -shotting the name and loca- niaiti armory will start ;early in the to a higher court. Dislike Criticisms of Aldermanic Aspirants as to Financial k Arrangements I rinubrs'which, are current oh the llex-ico Citv, Nov.. An ton of ourj farmer, the number of rcrrs Broken and the hushcis of "rain t r si el ill 1012 It is hoped in th s prpct'eal waj to convince the ral.-a) companies that the huilding of a road through that (onntry would Ic a most rrof.table right! fro.'i tic start managers say j tint tiunli lines frequently have to make up -the 'deficit on branch lines Hit there iwould. tcfno deficit on a line esst of :iMilkvKft'er. The wcnder i ot tie S't'lcis iStTthat the O.l'.H. 1'eei, not jump nf Mith a line and get! irto this rich, temtcrv first. Une mill vruMTUOO hustils.of flax lias .colitraCtsdrSvith the owner pf the trait'on outfit at Warner cents .1 bushel to have n to nnrtret The 'settlers would li'.'c relief tliis next vcar and spring. Parliament .Buildings, escorted hy Princess Louise Dragoon Guards, he was loudly cheered by crowds which lined the route. The sight on. Parliament Hill, where his Royal High-ness was saluted by a guard of honor, furnished by the Gov emor-General's foctguards, 'was a. bril- liant one. As he reached the entrance tlie cannon on Jiepean Point boomed out the customary salute, the firing being done by the 23rd Field Battery. Was Sent Down for Five Years for Stealing from the C. P R. itrcet lust at the Inesenl time are lonio Rojas, one .of tl.c mtst "c to the Mary has just discovered 'and replaced in the i light of some fine portraits which ond convince title, the 'Hoard of 'liadc ma) Inak tul of thc icb-l lonltis ind -v :tronK roaVpay .wa) from its on 1C c'onne'-tionb dur- of ro co has mrr: froni iiow on. llaci been ln the- dusty garret ing the and Lccome btricth hccn killcl n n LIICOLII ei Iheie are a lot 01 honipsteads and for veirs at Wmdsoi iad trade organisation, to deal only qlu cc ,lni to rr' c-nptiors .ml there aio a pjlaccs Two Gamsborcui-hs de railwa J rovcrumcnt. '1 he uifour- niajor.'li rro fl Buckingham theTurks'hns hcen unfounded, claiming that th: with far more steadiness [inrnniremoiils heUvecn themselves and jlfgj at Lule Burgas. Their artillery city council have never keen. put, better and the gunnersi care- on ;i proper basis. They also ftel tully husbanded their ammunition. I that the question of securing indus- re.ght and mplcss idles, and 1V fcrme.s owning a nalfsroj crtismg iter Sa" Joa'-ran c-nyi-n tion'oi quaitcr so that the popula-1 Palace, have been restored, while at During the municipal campaign the in the stole of Chihuahua, (he rurfl s tion .is much larger than in parls of: Windsor some Bellinls, which have Board of Trade has been severely eri- feeing commanded by Ucn.ral 'cs Ihr which are being favored heen lying among the nibbish of one timed, on more than one platform lilanco. of the attics, have bcra rescued. and hy more than one aldermanic GS-{ liirant. They have claimed that the Board lias not justified the large ex- penditures of the past Uvo yiar's', their criticism being aimed at the' Hoard because that body has not 1 ccri successful in its industrial plans. Tbe Board feels that the criticism tric.s JK a matter [or which the city rounoil should he l. and in order to Force a change in tlie j "On Monday, 1- could see that the Turkish outer line of defences had been abandoned, and tho Bulgaria-is shelling tho second line on which the [arrangement it is suggested that they Turkish infantry had retired. It was! sever their connections with .the-city a department of NIB inunicipal gov- ernment and in future inakc no ap- plication for a grant, hut conduct the affairs of the Board hy means of pri- ML THE Then sharpnel began bursting ov SOLICITORS ADVIS2 MAGRATH TOW-N TO GO TO THE CU- PriEME COURT Government Narrowing1 Down i Liberal Majority With Ap- pointments from West NAMES MENTIONED Alagratli, Alia., Nov. ji re- sult of a of the lowiT rnuiiCil vale subscriptions. would he nble to, cut down the Isrjrcj expenditure of the pjst two or three ftn' j years very consirtcrablj-. The ftf poo, fcc ably which has cost (1: fav-: Magrath and Herron or Gries- back Probable Nominees from Alberta (Special to The Herald Ottawa, Nov. Ponecli sentenced to five years for theft from the C. P. R. at Lcthbridge, has been released frcm custody on ticket-of leave. A. Buchanan. jM.P.. was this mcrnlng notiried to that effect thc Under Secretary of State. The case Or, residi f been of much local year. Ponech sentence in the Edmonton peniten- His Royal Highness was attended, by .Col. Lowthcr, his military tary, and a staff of aides de camp, all gay in brilliant scarlet uniforms Her Royal Highness, the of Coimaught and Patricia ar- rived before the'Duke The scene in the chamber ..wait ceptionally brilliant Around the throne were grouped Premier Borden, in his Windsor uniform; the members: of the -Cabinet, and the officers ot the headquarters' staff. The judges t of the Supreme Court Bench, garbed in their striking scarlet robes wefa'.al" so present. .On the floor of the cham- ber were the wHes and daughters the senators and members. The eries crowded prominent public men arid society folk from all parts of Canada. In the Commons chamber were feu absentees, -when Black Rod came to summon the members to the1 Swate. The usual Interest in the session, which is regarded by the incoming members as likelj to he one of th3 most memorable since Confederation, has brought the members of the Com- mons to Ottawa Bv this moin- ing s tnins members poured In by the score Black Rod madfi his three formal to the speaker and was loudly f cheered hy the members, who were in almost festHe mood. Led hv Jhe Speaker thc Common- ers trooped into the Senate standing bemnd the ba-r, thei to thc leading bv the erncr-General of the following speech from the Throne: I Honorable -Gentlemen of the Scmts, Gentlemen or the House of Cdmmcns. 1 I hate duni" thc past bummer hprnt several months in MSitim; the princl- pil cities and towns Canada from I cnast to to make myself, as far, as possible; ire- se of Fred Ponecli, a forelgn-j with the conditions prfr ng in North Lethbrldfee, has vaiUng. It has bein a source of ths deepest satisfaction to me to see the dliring the unhcrsal prosperjty ,mch, given, a five-year; reigng throughout the Dominion and tiary last fall by Mr. Justice Harvey, to witness the enterprise and energy, which are shown m the. i resources of the land It is most lulns! gratifying to o'scne that the trade of the Dominion is increasing rapidlv the last fiscal being the largest on record. During the present year the same steach increase has BUT THERE IS POSSIBILITY OF "DARK HORSE" BEING TROT- TED OUT OFFICIALS WON'T TALK ABOUT BIG COMBINE AMONG STEAM- SHIP COMPANIES London, Nov. is general using propngai niiich would he almost jnrniucrs of CA'Ccut.ivr. are of j the opinion that the city has ctl publicity (luring year, and that the time has r.ow j Ottawa, onlv A. B. Stafford will not enter the mayoralty race this year, according to a statement made by him to a Her- ald representative today. Mr. Stafford admitted that he had been approached freriiicntly of late prominent local citizens to allow In the Supreme Court, the count bein, the theft of several shovels, ch; and other tools from the C; P. H. freight sheds hero. It was one of thej heaviest sentences of the session. The accused man had a wife and large family, who were left hi almost anticipated that the destitute circumstances by the action total ot our trade for ol the courts, and during the summer will greatly BUI- they'came under the notices cf several Of allj- previous jear m charitable institutions of the city. j our Believing the sentence to have been; "The revenues of thc Dominion con- much loo heavy for the crime, a lavge- tjnuc t0 expand and in every htaii'ch Ij- signed petition was forwarded to of business and industry there is a re- Ottawa, asking fc-.- a commutmeiit activity which gives assur- of the term. W. C. Ivcs also had the niicc continued progress.and pros- imted. lo Town Solid- jn the speech from the tl.ror.e bis name to so before, the electors. Palnur 1 ig the cnu icil ;n tic hv which hns nol IK en foreshadowed in the matter his carefv.l Stafford has dc- cf the and at- cnmo for action. The only expense ot r'" the olfics therefore, would the ex-] ppnscs of (he secretary', and there might ,he combined with so me. ollrr; .'L HI1 1-" for cnc (o relieve that item, ihc Eiipmve co rt. created ry i Coiuic'llcr o ifcn ly dcclar.'tl th: t he wculd vot-a; ai' st an appeal, tiic motion rs Hi- .Hated [v prep; rri! to th. I V.c I had done more t :ut of men in After giving the pr.-p.s is a hill to Increase thc consideration, M ckled to koop out ntntirn of l.o prm.iiC-, fo ]lls h'll5lllcss. is In ttu- S'.T.iUr. w; s made! A Dark Horse? Rnmor.s arc beiiiR circulated inday that a piomintvnt local gcntlpma.n of th; disinclination In shipping circles to' Hoard could coiidnH its work for talk about the reported com-biiuition; per annum. Involving Lhe'Brlttsh India Steam Nnv If Uic Hoard docs take the course; f- Moh iBit-'-liiii. Cu'ncvcl, Furness. with Penln-l outlined, thp. city will nmlMUclf in pular and Oriental AJall Steam Packet the position of Lcing forest! lo: adopt ccmpanies. For some months rumors! on industrial policy controlled th'cj any imvw been current, OUR to the effect triJS ,13 rcncrriiv of which has been actively on the believed to he wisest solullcn of Stock" Exchange In tne Problem considering the portion ehares: U .'la for1 this -reason L'ilv holds in thc industrial those who know the facts, re-fuse j An effort will .he made-to bring the- matter lo a head at the'mass meH- which is to be called jii fiiiloiKi-niv hill and in tlie 1 ill i for the nslnn of Maiiitoiii's fur representa- tion in tin1 st. ihut tin-re will I f: for eaji of th is i r.s to its stpn (Coniinuefl un page matter up with the Department of pority. Justice c-ii a visit to OUav.-a during thp year, taking with him the depositions Ir. the case. The local mcm'ber, W. rtfrnnnr Tl IP A. Buchanan, M.P., also had tho mat.! LWL U 'L I UL ter up with the authorities of the de-i IU LIll'UllUL MIL partment, and today comes tlie gooil news (list the combined efforts have boc-n successful, and the Ponech fam- ily will inivf. a bread winner to take care of tncia dunnc; tlio esmiiig win- ler. ly 1 th: I Daniel '1Knvn tntk about them. At the offices of the Royal Mall Co. yesterday, Sir Owen Phillips, who is ,o too pool r luan and n, wiil jhe one of the memlcrs. The name of Dr. nicm! cr _for Kovris, is l-ciiic; promiiu'iiily m Inu it is not iiU-Iy that any ysits integrity and sound business ti it is iimltritood: may Ftflp olit lllc (i0hi Vfry short-jj sUPRtiME COURT DECISIONS w.o ntw snioiors and osmose thc three prEJK.-nl. can-'" three pralr'e proMnc-; ri-dalts. The of gonllcmar. ruble cr.nnoL he a'certaincfl. for Mnivito it niny be WAS BORN IN 1335 Toronto, Xov. Henry K.C., head c-f the flrm..of .will be opened ot the present time to f! For iu- say- while iho secro- Stock of anyllifng wo rvnt ftn An cKor win lo Bealty. Rlackstock, Fasken Chad- jrovidc v.'lck, and a voicran leader of Mis To- j an il'e nan'.u of I ronto "har, today at his residence; J.alis, CA-M.P-, is nunt'oncd, cml i Iso after an illness of ycnrc, HR was mires; cf I of Ki's'uiUion, oppi.scd STOLE SOVEREIGNS !astficncral Louden, Nov. thotmaml j ed that u fourth mayoralty candidate is the Idea cf certain well-known cHU v.rns arc hoItK-iig secret confabs There is little -doubt but that the mayoralty contest will bo :i one. and it wli! be up to the candi- dates to go boforo the ratepayers as often as posKlblo, and demonstrate. tht'.v capabilities to stand for election. "Tho city retires a good.' strons Uir.l, prom'ncni maa for it will not 'jr: an1' 'J0 Kiiffieicnt lo vote for a man simply because ho ifl a Rood fellow." Tills WJIS Ih6 signfficsint remark made t" Tlic naiurs prominrntly on the subject, it'behooves .us to be Hosnl'TttoVtioii mili'inc'daT UicVmct-'sovcrcIfinfi havo Btclnn from a for'Aih'crln.'vacr.'nrics nre f." A. silent. If we deny a report, the jhc tomorrow ov- "slilPPCil lo j mill .lohn Ilcmn, tx-! make line of It, nnc) ;inythins rttriidrncc 'H U o'-'- N'o.vnmbrr of inlffht siiy in the other direction I for ro that any decision wlrtli bnxos opened arrival, tw.-> i olivi-r's oppon.nt fit the' 'up Eronily exaggerated by t.lio j at'nuiv rov.i'.'-ent- .1 fust, noatral election, al.s Hint i-n'ffM, while cords d'n-i; cxnrrtnratine; rn tl-i; pavcniiiit- will, he printed and. ___pl.ict'S. ;