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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta VwlllllU! V. TEN PAG KM Lethbridge, Alberta. Wednesday, November 27, CENTS Number Outlook is Brighter Than it Has Been, But All Depends on Armistice Negotiations-Turkish Plenipotentiary Arrived on the Scene AUSTRIA-HUNGARY TROOPS MOBILIZE Austria Sends Squadron to Make Demonstration in Adriatic Sea Before it is Occupied by Servia--No Truth in Rumor of French Mobolizing Constantinople, Nov. 37. Skepll- banks. The civilian population is de- cism continues here in regard to the prospects of an understanding tween Turkey and Hulguria. Today's meeting of the Turkish and Bulgarian delegates at. tliu village of llamhtchc is not expected to go beyond a pre- liminary review of the conditions oi K possible armistice. The principal Turkish plenipoten- tiary, Osman Nizam Pasha, Turkish ambassador at Herlin, arrives today, us he broke his journey both at Vi- enna and Hucharist, and had inter- views with Count Derchthold, 'Aus- tin-Hungarian foreign minister, and King Charles, of Roumania. }Jasis ot Armistice Paris, Nov. every- thing which been published so fat relative to the conditions oi the arm- istice between the Balkan belligerents is pure said M. DimitroR, general secretary to the Bulgarian ininister of foreign affairs to a Paris- iemie special correspondent at Sofia in an important interview which clears up the mystery surrounding the. Tureo-Bulgarian case now taking place. "The true basis Of the conditions oi .armistice is that Turkey evacu- ate Scutari, in Albania, and Janina and-enter an agreement to bring no troops whatever [Minor to reinforce the Tchatalja lines." Montenegrins .evacuate .Seaport ,i; London; Nov. Montenegrins have withdrawn frbm. the Adriatic seaport of. San Giovanni di Medua and the entire" Montenegrin forces are now. massed before the besieged city of according to a special despatch received' here today from .Constantinople. Austria Belligerent Vienna, Nov. Francis 'Joseph today held a series ot im- portant audiences at SchnnVrunit palace. He received successively Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir clared to be short of food and among some classes a state approaching; an- archy exists. Erroneous Message Causes Stir Nancy, France, Nov. flutter of excitement wast caused along, the Franco-German frontier last evening by the receipt of an order to mob- ilize the Toserviuts Iu the townships comprising the district Arracourt. (Continued from page TO HELP RELIEVE THE EMBARGO Allow U. S. Boats to Carry Grain Between the Lake Ports Ottawa, Nov. movement is In progress to further provide against a grain blockade by allow- ing United States vessels to carry wheat from the head of the lakes to port's on the Georgian Bay. This would fldd materially to the available tonnage and would have considerable effect on the wheat movement between Lake Superior and Georgian Bay ports. The question is to be up tor dis- cussion, and a deputation repre- senting the Dominion Marine as- sociation will wait on ttie govern- ment. SASKATOON SETS C.N'.R. Nov. 27. The World fe this morning says that Saska- toon has bee-n chosen as the site for the Canadian Northern ca'rBhops, the' chief, .reason be- ing that direct .connection ivlth all C. N. R. .western lines can be obtained here. _ Over two millions villi be spent' on these tf .5. tf t, MAN IS ENGAGED BY RED DEER C. P. R. Officials Here'Yester- day Conferring Over Grievance BOTH LINES Carmangay and Cardston, Bran- ches Slated for a' Change (Special .to the Raymond, Nov. secretary LEAVING THE CITY H.-McKEOWN Who Goes to Red Deer as Publicity Commissioner or that growing town Will Amend Act to Provide More Men for More Detachments Ottawa, Nov.. Bordcn s given notice a hill amending the Roval -Northwest Mounted Police act It v ill proMde for some im- portant changes in regard to the foice It is proposed, in the frst )_lace, to' increase' the strength ,o( the 'orce.'..; There have lately; .been '-eleven dhisional posts and not a sntlicient reserve, of strength ai any.-of the posts to meet emergencies. detachments con- sist, -in- most oases, of a single eon- table. The demand for more detachments lias-been constant' and insistent, the population having increased fnc Limes, settled areas having extended ten fold, While the force has I PARALLEL WHO SUPPLIED INFORMATION Radicals in Mother Parliament Will Ask Premier Asquith .About Navy Nov. quith will be asked in the House of Commoni from the Radical benches whether his attention has been called to the speech from the throne ax the, opening of the Canadian parliament declaring it Imperative that the effect naval forces .of the, empire should be strengthened without delay and if so, is the Canadian warranted in coming to such a conclusion from information' supplied by the Im- perial government and whether the home government intends to wait for the Canadian contribu- tion before strengthening thft navy. Great Northern Directors Throw Down Gauntlet to, C.P.R. Because of Canadian Company's In- tention to Invade Montana "WILL BUILD TWO MILES TO YOUR ONE'1 Assures Early Entrance of G. N. R. into Southern Alberta Rumored that Survey Parties of Hill Interests Already Gridironmg Alberta 'Grand Forks, N. D.( Nov. Next year promises to see the railroad war between the Great Northern and th'e Soo transferred from North Dakota to Montana and the Canadian northweit, a result of a recent action by the 800 road in deciding to extend Plaza and Flaxton branches into Montana. Iff UPPER HOUSE THE Foreshadowed Naval Policy is Meat for the Senate Orators OPPOSITION LEADER Intimates- that Naval- Policy Now On Statutes is Sufficient iviviiionu isov 2 ne seuiutiui) uuv, of o, the following communication from six non-commissioncd officers Superintendent Cameron, with re-j.and constables. Pay to be Increased" The. bill provides for a substantial ganl to the. change of schedule prq- posed for the Cardston branch i I "Following out the plan of the' AT in Hip strength of the fnnv Lethbridee is losing another excel- 6 in uie birengui 01 tne lone, b. lt i. ,vc havc bccn looking into .and will also provide for a higher to the throne, the chief of the ,-ener- lent citizen and Red Deer gets Sim. matter of reversing the passenfcr. pay for the men. The service nl stall of the army, the minister oi. A few days ago Mr. E. A. Cunning- lnovcmcnt on the Oardstpn sub-di'.Khns experienced much difficulty in war, and finally Foreign Minister announced his removal to the sions during the winter months, Jan-.keeping the men and in getting new BIG NATIONAL PARK FOR QUEBEC Ottawa, Nov. Clif- ford Sifton, chairman; Conservation Commission, is: heartily in favor or the SUB-; gestion of to set aside a large sectjon of the territory of the .province of, Q-uebec, between the Gntincan .and Conlougne rivers 'for a national park. ft CORONER'SJURY CENSURES CP.R. (Special to the Medicine Hat., Alta., Nov. 27. Tiie funeral of .lames Cain, one of the Berchthold and the Hangarian minis- ter of national defence. cominc Central Alberta city and now uary, February and March, where ones .under the existing scale, while comes the news that Mr.'A. li. Me- there is a likelihood oi severe storms .the many opportunities of more pro- Paris, Nov. has decid-; Keown has accepted the position oi and snow-blockades, starting. t the fltahle employment exist in the wcsl- rcl to send a squadron to Durazzo on publicity commissioner for Red Deer, train from U'thbbridgc at at- ern provinces. the Adriatic sea before it is perma- and leaves about the 5th of.Decem- riving at Cardston at 10k.; If aye ncw departure will be a clause nently occupied by Servia, according. to take over the duties. He is Cardston at arriving Leth- providing .for the use of plain clothes to a lierlin despatch to La Liebte. i going to boost for Red Deer awl that bridge at This in time to mcn jn connection with the Mounted She also will make a military can count on a real live wire, connect ivith. trains 511 and 512, and police. The nc'ed for this has been onstraiion towards Belgrade. The: jir. McKcown has had considerable would also give the people from the very evident in tracking down persons despatch says that the uncompromis-j experience in publicity and in south 30 minutes to to the Ranted for murder and other offences ing attitude of Austria has stiffened tion to an unlimited store of opti-1 "liciorc issuing any instructions in the scattered western settlements. since yesterday. mjsm he has the right-ideas in'city with regard to the matter, 1 would.i making. Red Deer 'has heen on the be pleased to receive advice from you i map. but it will loom larger when as to whether or not the people in, BONDS SENT TO LONDON Mr. MeKcown gets busy or the Her- your town havc any objections to aid riisses its guess.. He has been in this change. The change will enable j The city bonds were yesterday sent Lethbridge for 'about seven years and us in a measure to prevent any to London to lie sterling stamped. has always been active in the Board a.le or tie-up of the. train, and would I of Trade'and every tend- greatly simplify matters for this- .Vear Anarchy in Adrianople Mustapha Pasha, Turkey, Nov. Fire, flood and anarchy af- flict the besieged Turkish fortress of Adrianople, according to reports lirouglit here by fugitives from that t'.ity. These refugees who have man- The country candidates in the Herald's prize distribution contest held up their end in tbe amount, of business turned in at the close, of the second 0 period voting schedule. Con- seauently the circulation de- ff partmont is again badly. swamped, but with heroic ef-' Cr forts expect to get all ueiv C' names on tho list by Thursday. Even now the contest is a pronounced success. A total of votes appears in the paper, to. the credit of twenty. nine candidates, ah average of each. The votes held in secret of each a strong power. Contestants, pile up your re- serve. 0 ..........................._ _....... weather, H I (j H publicity'committee and his outsland- and I am of tbe opinion, would in no ing work has iK-en the gathering of way seriously CTQfK PHP ALBERTA data upon which to approach the city council with a view to the establish- ment ol a city market. I-Te eave his in getting to and from Lethbridge.1 Yesterday C. [mir to the city a forward move, company in taking care of aged-to escape through the lines of Tflis vpar ]ie is ai tjie iicad Of the aml cold investment which are being drawn closer every day around the Turkish stronghold, declare that many build- ings In the vicinity of the Sellm .Mosque art on -fire. Other districts of the city are deeply inundated wKh the v.-r.tcrs of the rivers Timga Arda, whicli have overflown their v C- A FULFILLED PROPHECY Foster, general the C.P.R. aii report at the meeting on Friday passenger agent oi and those present will testify to its Winnipeg, accompanied by R. 0. Mc-.j completeness and the vast'amount oi Neillio, district passenger agent work and trouble Mr. McKcown werl were in the city conferring' to in order to compile the the executive of the Board oi _ tion given. (Conunuctl on page TO NAVIGATE THE RED RIVER Grand Forks, N. D., Nov. I vigation by the Red River, Lalc-V. m- and the Nelson River and son's Bay is contemplated in stops that are being taken toward making the Red River of -the north a peicma- navigable highway. The new route when completed will be 1200 i miles shorter to Liverpool than; the present route, and will give an out- let for the grain of the northwest -to the world's market hy water, with- j :uul two handlings en route. The last session ot ed a survey ot tlie river, and on De- 'cemlier 5, Ueut.-l'ol. Potter, chief oi' the frovernnicni. tor the northwest will hold a heating in this jeiiy. As a result of light rainfall in the Minnesota region during the past two years, water in the. Red River has heel) wo low to permit navigation and several fieets oi tar- ges have lain idle. Congressman Hel- geson was successful in getting a Mil through congress providing tor fre- liminary steps towards improvement.'. North of the international boundary: the Canadian covernmcnt has provid-; ed navigation for sixty miles by thei construction of a big lock and dam. i The rivpr provides the best method! of transportation, for hundreds of ihousands of bushels of grain grown by farmers to tlie north south of Grand Forks, and df-termined efforts' will he made for ininrovpments that'; will establish a permanent water lev-! c! during I Kdmonton. Aha., Nov. One hundred and hea-d ot" pure-bred and grade Short hern and Holslein rattle, raised in Ontario, have been purchased Hon. Duncan Marshall, miu- ister of agriculture for Alberta, in an pffcrt. to improve the dairy industry of tbe There arc hoad of milking Shorthorn cows and a bull in the first shipment. Most of the cows are widely known in tho east on account of tbeir milk- ing records. Most of the ani- mals will be sent to the pro- vincial farms.: Mr. Marshall also bought a car of phcop and swine, 'which will dish-United among breeders in Alberta. department is loavins nothing undone to en- courage ihe live stock Industry in the mixed farming districts of tho province. Ottawa, Nov. debate on the address1 was commenced in the up- per house today, the-address tcing moved hy Senator Daniel, of St. John, who said the speech was im- portant as" -it .foreshadowed legisla- tion of interest to the whole Do- minion. The trade agreement .with the West Indies would help to develop trade between the West Indies, the Maritime Provinces and Quebec, a thing which the people of the east had heen promoting -for years. Up, victims of Monday mornings wreck, to now lack of return cargoes bad was held this morning. A large turn- prevented deve.lopment. The United out of engineers and firemen followed Slates has established lines and cap-, the remains to the grave, hired most of the West Indian trade. The coroner's jury at an early hour He hoped.and believed that agreement this morning after hearing a great would enable, Canada to recover some (leal of evidence exonerated Engineer of that trade. I Cain and Fireman Fowler from any Me commended the declaration that blame. They censured the C.l'.R- for the Hudson's Hay railroad wouUl he leaving the main line blocked hy a pushed and that an impetus would lie broken car for three days. They gave given toward highway development, no cause for the. wreck. The evidence Rural roads which' sufficed formerly of the conductor and brakeman was were now too narrow and farmers that, the train was travelling about and farmers' wives since the In miles an hour. Measurements pre- bile had conic, feared the hazard of, sented show that tbe engine, was the narrow roads. j thrown feet from the switch The speech promised new senntors where it struck. The eight injured from the west. They would V.c wel-; victims of the wreck are doing as coined us tbe first official notice the, well as can be expected, senate had received from the great _________________ 8 be CARLOADS OP cussed rAer the naval bill had been! GRAIN WERE BURNED brought down. Foe some years there! had been a growing feeling in Can- Edmonton, Xov. large oleva- ada that thy Dominion should join in iov at Bromncr, about fourteen miles mainliMiing the force which affords cast of thia city, the property of a her protection. This was an .ijio of grain company, 'was totally destroyed great in finance and by fire, which commenced about arming nations. Small countries to- ijiiartor to one this morning. Over day existed on suftrance. Canada he- pievrn thousand bushels of grain were (Continued on page consumed. NEXT FALL According to reports the Invas- ion of the so-called Canadian Pac- ific territory across the fnttrna- tional boundary has been ed by the Great Northern ihould the Soo erfier the Montana rict now tributary to the Kill iyi- tcm. "Invade the Montana field and we will parallel your right of way, In the Canada .with two mllei of track to every one of yours In the States." is taid to Northern. th'e ultimatum offered by the Great Northern directors. Defnlte ac- tion has been taken by the board! of directors of the Soo railroad, authorizing the construction 'of lines into Montana and carrying; out of these plans next spring pre- cipitates what will be one of the most Interesting raid road wars in the hiiVory of the northwest. '_ WIN Assure Competition Several weeks ago the Uerald car- ried a news item from the Boston News.Bureau, considered an authority., ou railway construction matters in thg United States, which stated that tho Sob line of the way u-ould invade corning, yx'ar.. The inference then was tliat thoy would parallel the Great Northern rrom Minneapolis throbgli the Dakotas to Great Falls, with''tlie intention of eventually" lihkr ine UP with the company's main lines in Alberta at .Lethbridge. This announcement has aroused tlio ire of the Jim Hill interests and if the C, P. R. carries out Its intention invading 'Montana next year, the peo- ple of Lethbridge can look for an early extension of tlio Great Northern nto Alberta, They are already built from the G. N. 11. main line to Sweet Grass on the international boundary. Sixty-six miles of line will-bring.them into Lethbridge and place position to parallel tlie C. P. R. lines In the south of the province, and :at the same time afford a strategic strik- ing point of vantage to the C. P. R, Just what this would mean, to Leth- bridge cannot be overestimated. The cry of Southern Alberta for years has been railway competition. Business especially with the farmers, demands It, and if the reports are, true Loth- will be invaded by the Great Northern before the steel of the C. N. R. or'tbe G. T. P. construction'pro- grams touch this city. The Dominion Western That Canada is to be invaded by the Hill interests is borne out by the fact that survey parties, claiming to jc In the employ of the Dominion iVcatern, are now working in Southern The Dominion Western Is known to be tlie name adopted by the G. R. N. for its Canadian, branches working in Alberta. Great Falls Forecasts it The following from the Great Falls Tribune of Sunday is evidence that the people of Montana are convers- ant with the intentions of the big companies who will afford them the irivilege of witnessing a veritable battle of the giants in ihnt state with- in the next couple of years: _s "The Great Northern, the Soo and the St. Paul vonds will rush men to railroad construction fields cf. northwest in spring of 1913, when; miles of new track will be laid largely in Montana." The foregoing news Item is taken tno Boston Xews Bureau of from With this in vfev; the Canadian ;arcs ftir viimam i "Not only are, we not asking ihc[ government for any such guarantee. jbut we do not, wan I ui' require j said Sir William. "Qm present Hrit- WHAT IS IN THE AIR? Belgrade, Servia, Nov. i Servia rich! of operations in Turkey, is i ish Columbia grant and subsidy will; .be amply sufficient to meet all cf the Servian Iroops from tbe fiuiiemr.nts." .miiiomnnts." i "elil m operations in TiirKev, is ot-1 mm ougnc 10 DP very acu ''Sir William expressed the 1 rlu-f mnnclrd by the newspapers here, so business way for sonic time J ilhat (he 'British-. Columbia sccll'm iif-.that ihoy may be nvailulilo to tie lend In the bollef of those who k It lie Canadian Northern tran.soouti- I'he Servian frontiers agninst attack. sltuntlou well. from tbe various Industries and enterprises of (he state, it Is im- mediately seen that It will surely moan a very lioalthy condition In'the circulating money of the sinto. So with tlie conditions promised, .Mou- lt- tana ought to be very active in a business way ,for sonic time, to the ;