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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Voliiiiic V. SIXTEEN PAGES Lctlibridge, Alberta. Friday, November 22,1912. PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number (FIGHTING AGAIN ALL ALONG LINE OF TCHALAUA Turkish War Vessels Have So Far Held Back Bulg lanans ARTILLERY DUEL I ^, Trying to Break Through the Moslem Lines Which Bar Way To CONSTANTINOPLE : ANOTHER NEW GARAGE Plans are being prepared by E. E. Carver, architect, for a now garage, to be erected on Ninth street South, immediately In the rear ol the Mewburn property. The garage, which is to cost in the neighborhood of $10,000, Is being erected by Donald Duff, who Will rent it to Mr. Williamson, formerly of Calgary, who is opening up a Cadillac agency here. It will be fireproof and modem in every respect, and ' It is understood that the contract will 'he let without delay, so that the plant may bo completed for the opening of the motor ibuslness In the spring. FOR PROTECTION OF FRENCH GOVERNMENT ADOPTS REGULATIONS VERY. WISE IN THEIR NATURE    ? # >PfiS'''* by the government makint; more stringent the legislation at jiiju-'io in force regarding the advertising of new (inancial issues. Fresh o..'.i;fclude the re-fortification of tho Debru-|l5f^''JjsVja frontier, comprising practically half �.'tWf the Ruatchuk quadrilateral, v^iral In the event ot tho formation of an i' (jKgpAlbatilan state, the whole region com-l,iRl�iprlsod between Monastir and Oohrida ' belong to Albania, and as the idlsLrict is populated by people of Roumanian origin, they to be assured Hh. ;rty ot religion and language. Itoumania further demands a con-'cesBlon for a railway between the Danube and the Adriatic Sea, offering to advance the money necessary for its construction. Reconsidering OfTer Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. 22.-Tho iniU-|cations today are that Bulgaria will fadopt a'Conciliatory attitude and |Svlll modify the conditions oricinaliy [)ft'cte(| to. the- Turkish povcriiment. A Ikpccial meetine of tho Bulgarian cab-'jlnot .was-held today to consider the Ve'ection by Tur' ey of the trnus ot Ultho proposed urniisticc. At its con-iS.'clusion it was declared in we'l in-\;||formed circles that an immediate rc-"(;i8uii > South Wales arc under state  > control, and It is Interesting to  : note that during the last 12 However, that ruling did not con- Council has i.-jsued a report in which vince the citv solicitor, so he rcftrred reoommenileil that the expcri- to the city charter. There he lornd nicnt sliouUl he attempted of com- Wooltord, Alta., Nov. 21.-A gcuig that the same qualifications must ap- pcUing tho trallic l(h travel in one di- of workmen under Roadniastcr Wos ply in the case of trustees for the rection only aloni; certain streets, i lyng have been to Woolfnrd and corn-school board as in the case ol the This system already been adopt-; pleted the survey of a "Y" on which mayor and aldermen. These qualtllca- ed in certain parts bf Paris and has to turn trains for this branch. Work-tioiis,-said the charter, must be ap- done much to f.acilitalc the rcgula-^ men will, it is understood, lie in in plied 'mutatis mutandis.' Recalling tioii of the Irallic as well as to sim-!a few days to begin operations. The plify the duties of the police. ONE SURVIVOR Ed. Jenson of Magrath Managed to Reach Shore Exhausted 1 Drowned: - � John H. Cheney, 1221 Fifth avi nu* South. Fred Turner, Magrath. Saved: Ed. Jeneen, Magrath, Place: -^^f, Mendenhall Ranch Lake, n| miles eouth of Magrath. Hundreds of frlendt of J. H.i Cheney, one of the moet popular'-'^ young real estate men of this cHy.i; were shocked this rifiorning whan^Hij news of his death by drowning reach^;;!; d the city this morning by long dia>'-, tance telephoneJfrom Magrath; With,; him was lost Fred Turner, one of tha' rising young men of Magrath, andM�ndenbaUi;^ Ranch Lake, about twenty miles,soutbv: of Magrath. There they started ahCKit-'^ ing for the evening flight.. It is un*;-' derstood that they went out in a boat,' ; and owing to the high wind prevail-': ing all day yesterday, the craft cap? sized, precipitating all three into tha water. . r To those who know the location of the double drowning. It is liard to un-deistnnd that two strong young men could 'be overcome there, as It is said' the 'water at no place in the lake is more than five feet in depth. The ^1 I Fort William, Nov. 22.-Relative to chastity of girl pupils in Fort Wil liain High scliool or Collegiate insti tute, as the: institution is ofBcially known, Hcv. .1. A, Cranston, pastor of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church made a statement which caused F. G. Depew, manager of the Uoyal Hank, to call him a liar, and V. \V. Langwortliy, cro>yn attorney, to inform him tli'at if ho had a daughter! inke is very similar to the well-known his latin, the city solicitor found that 'mutatis mutandis' means 'without change' Now a mayor or alderman must be 'a male person of the full age of 21 years.' That precluded any chance of any of tlie fair se.v entering tlic campaign for scliool- hoard honors, and the (leiiutatlon ' went away swearing that they would have law changed when the new city charter goes into cIVect. FORTY MILLIONS OF BUSHELS TIED OP IMMENSE QUANTITY OF GRAIN WILL SPEND WINTER AT FORT WILLIAM SERIOUS WOE IS E BY CHIEF Port Arthur, One., Nov. 22.--De-twoon forty and forty-two ralllU'h bushels of grain, it is estimated, will be stored at the two lake ports this winter. This enormous total will be distributed: twelve million in boats and tha balance In the elevators. Last year 30,500,000 'hushelB was In store: 6,1)00,000 in tlie boats, and 2-1.000,000 In the elevators, Tlie capacity of the elevators, liowavor, has been Increased by six million bushels, and the additions now being constructed will be ready to take eaVe of tho gralQ l'J� t'obruary and Jlarch, i\Iontreal, Nov. 23.-Chief Trembly of the Montreal (ire brigade, issued a report today on the appalling fuo loss in (.laiiaila as compared with the United .States, lie bUuues spcculntion in insurance, leadin.u; to arson as the chief cause for lire losses in Montreal and other t^anailian ciliics. in Mtnl-rcal, he says, in sixty per ctnt. of the (ires there has Veen ovir-insur-onue. In fortv pi-r t-eiil. of llie crs s, tho (ires arc of misiiifloiis origin. 11.-dcclar s that cure i-s.^ness i'n can: ill;; an out!n-eak of (ire slimild be niarie a crime under the st;itutis'of Canada. new bring vice. One of the ob.jcctions lodged when an increased passenger was asked for, was that there was no way of turning the train. This will now be provided for, and witli it other changes which liave been long felt. L"; attending the school lie wouui icei system will, in all probah*lily, constrained to puriish tbc ministerial with it an increased train ser-- countenance. Mr. Cranston and tho would feel Eighteen Mile Lake, near Stirling, but It Is only about oner^thlrd tha men who heard llic remark uttered sixe. Grass grows abundantly all ov-ei- the lake, and thc theory is that. were informally r.iscusslnn social con-' ^^j^g jo the high wind and the very ditions and ((uestions after ilie '"iiucst j.^^^^ ^yj^t^r, the two unfortunate young MRS. BREDLI DEAD Reglna, Snsk., Nov. 22.~Mrs. P. M. Brndl, wlf-o of the former livestock commissioner ot Saskatchewan, died today of pneumonia, aged 50 years. FOUND DEAD IN BED I.oiidou, Ont, Nov. 22,~Charles Leonard, member ot tho tlrin ot 15. Leonard & Sons, manufacturers ot engines an-d boilers, whs found dead In 'lied Ihl.s mornlni;. lie was In his (lOih'year, anil was u sou of tlio Into Seiiatgr Looiiard. ONE LIFE GIVEN TO PAY FOR THREE Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 23.-Dominic .Sclvagi.',io, nn ItiUan, vas clot ro-cuted here eliiriiig the nislil for the iiuird(r of tlnre ot liis cdiiiilrymen in September, KMl. \lc\\ Kalber Ke'ly, the prnitentiary el-iiiJlnin, admin'slcr-cil last rites of tbe (tbiivcli to Kel-vair.uio, who made only one re U'est before he died, Uiat he be allowed to a crucilix. One shock of over 2000 volts was given after which Solvaggio was .officially pronounced dead. into the alleged suicide of IClsic Ma-; hon. The preacher uiaile tbe statement wliieli eaine near provoking a riot in wliicli the crown attorney, llio iiuuumer of the bank ^nel the prineipal of - tbe Collegiate institute woiilil li.avi- been the principals with the police magistrate and the inspector of police prominent) witnesses. STEAMER MET WITH DISASTER Wiishiugton, Nov. 22.-The State dcpiu'tincnt rooclved word today from Its consul ageht at a port In Cuba, lh:tt the NVard line steamship Comnio-doro'has sunk and, Is a total loss. Ai-tho passongni's were saved, but one. The despatch gave no further details. : : ? ? ? * ? ? : : : � DIED ON THE STREET Ottawa, Nov. 21.-Napoleon Jellett, 371 Decolet street, Montreal, employed as a sessional messenger in the House of Commons, was seized with an eplioiitlc fit at. the corner of Barrett street and Clurouce street tonight, and tiled before assistance could be sumnionod. Me was 70 yonvs ol' ago.' And h^d only arrived iu Ottawa today for ^ho session. A NEW OFFICIAL Hobnrt, Tasmania, Nov. 22. Among the bills Introduced by the government this sessiou Is a lengthy one tor the appointment of a public trustee,' who will also be curator of interstate estates. ..There are three main divisions In tho hill; (ho public trust office, iiiiolalmnd lands, and uncluimud pioporty. ? ? : ; : : 5- men became tanged In the grass and were washed down by the waves. Kd, Jensen was ablo to withstand the shock, and succeeded in reaching the shore, and making his way to shel-ter. The first news of the accident 'was received in Magrath this morning, when a messenger from the Alenden-hall RaUch carrle-d a note to friends ot the young Magrath men from Mr. Mendenhall, owner of tho ranch. On-, ly tho barest tacts were contained lu the message. ,Tho bodies had not been recovered up till nocn today. As eoo-ii as word readied Magrath, two nutcmobiles l)eHring frlunds of. tho uuforliiualo hunters hurried to the spot. Coroiiur ilumph'des luis been notified, and will make Investigations as goon as tho bcdies havo been recover- ; ed. John H. Cheney, age about 33, waa .j a member of the firm of Mason & Cheney. He came to Lethbrldge � some five y^ars ago, and since that timo has been oa active real estat* 'J agent, with offices In the Stafford Block, Fifth street South. He oainatij) originally from Iowa. He leaves a!/ ' wlfo aiwl throo children, and a bca|''., ol' friends in all walks ot life to moiiraV,'' ills loss, < v--:.^' i {Continued on Page 9.) 54 ;