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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta rage 8' T1IK LETlinKTDflE DAILY ITEK.VLD November 28. 11H2. NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS There will be a Meeting to Discuss Civic Matters in St. Augustine's Hall Tomorrow Night All Candidates are Invited W.D.L HARDIE Are you one of those io whorn every meal is another source of suffering Tablets will help your disordered stomach to digest any reasonable meals, and will soon restore it to such perfect con- dition that you'll never feel thai you have a stomach. Take one after each meal. 50c. a Box at your Druggist's. Made by the National Drug and Chemical Co. at Canada, Limited. PEACE SEEMS 10 BE Bulgaria Relinquishes Claims to Atlrianople and Brightens Situation Considerably er, chief, evidence "in reality it was the loa.l- ed ?iin oi the desk' clerk that they were using was never known until Edwards had been found RUilty, lined S23 and costs, and court ad- jWHBN THE DANDRUFF BEGINS TO FALL Y You'll know there'is something wrong. No one wilt 'I healthy scalp hai Dandruff is not natural. i hair cannot grow under these condition! and what's fur morn dis- turbing, the hair that you; hove will soon lutn grey oad-fail out. Then comes "PREMATURE GREY HAIR" and that "Has Been Look." about'them. HEED THE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH and at 'drug stores or direct upon receipt of price, and .dealer's name. tor trial bottle, phllo. Hay Specialties Co.; Toronto, Out. For Sale and Recommended by RED BOOK CO, Ltd. Boarding House For Rent Mine Boarding house at Coa.lgb.te, Alberta, Bear Dia- mond City, will bo vacated by the present, tenant about December 1st. Capacity of house, thirty-five men. New- tenant will bo required to furnish, house or can take over the furniture of the pres- ent tenant at a reasonable price. For further information apply to oillcc of CHINOOK COAL If someone had carelessly pulled the trigeer of a revolver that figured police'court case this morning nine chances out of ten some one j would have been shot, and the only would have been, "I did not mow it was loaded." id journed. It was a case of 'what might have been' but next time good care will be taken to sec that a loaded revolver Constantinople, Nov. per- sistent report is current here that the Bulgarians have abandoned ihcir claim to the Turkish fortress of Ail- rianopic. Should this prove true it is thought- the prospects of an under- standing between tho Turkish and Bulgarian plenipotentiaries during their conferences at Kaghu-hc will be greatly anil that an agree- ment is virtually assured. The foreign consuls at Adrianople report that includin" the notwithstanding the bombardment by verv careless-: the Bulgarians no casualties have nts in their j occurred thus far among residents. French War Minister Indignant Paris, Nov. French minis- ter of issued a statement today declaring that the rcpon of the 'mo- bilization of the French army on the eastern frontier and elsewhere was utterly unfounded.. The calling out of the reservists in the neighborhood is not used tor demonstratin poses in police court. A HEM Subway at Thirteenth St. (Continued from front e' The new tracks and slieds will ai- ioni every convenience for shippers in ihk ciiv The sheds wili be two I rtiess number, one lor incoming might said the Chief when he found out the: one for outgoing, with a Utilli'" S circumstances, and he heaved a sigh between. These face, of Nancy is declared to have been due to a misunderstanding. According to the Temps the Hriga- dier General of the .district received a telegram concerning a partial mo- bilizatiou and when it reached him he opened the secret instructions in bis bureau relative of what to do in case of a general mouizilation. Me immediately acted upon these in the district within his jurisdiction. The bells were rung in all the villages and the reservists responded, but later were ordered back to their homes. The brigade of infantry in the garrison at Beltort today held' a practice mobilization as it does every year at this period. ;vs, i London. iN'ov. Vienna cor- icc respondent of the Times says that lor i some of 'the foreign office organs as- sere tiiat the Austrian demand on Ser. via is oi neither the Bowers nc-r Seryla down Alabama way where carryingjivhne to the west will be u guns seems to he lire mark of a gen-( house and a loading platiorn: tloman. was arrested. He gave machinery, name as Kdwards, and is the shin-j (hing the 1Knv ing light in one oi the tousorial par-] d ju will Ohviatc: lors oi the city. On Tuesday night oi doing a lot of switch- i 'will be able to subtract a particle. mdcr the Ninth 'street bridge, 'as j The Xeneswiaier lageolalt de- the oulv tracks to the west oi the j clares, he adds, in a semiofficial .note brinVr 'will be the passenger tracks: that Austria will not allow Servla to and "the tracks to the coal chute and! possess Durazso under any circum- thc round-house and shops. j stances whatever, and that Servia will With the wading of the new yards! lie obliged to evacuate Durazz, the companv also intends iurther ini-lgeiher with the rest ot Albania. jvcSits The grade irom thej Commenlius, the correspondent junction will be raised, thus raising j says that declarations of this, kind had the crossing at Thirteenth street I better be kit tb irresponsible ]ournl- six feet and making a subway! lists, and that before the evacuation a simple matter, and anotiling an of the "rest of Albania'' dm be spoken easy grade. i of, Albania itself must be defined and JOLtl Ul Hit i he went to 1'eck's livery slightly tin-; der the inlltience ol liquor, and de- manded his axe, adding a little to his demand by (lashing steel barrelled and Irish, two employees of the liv-j erv were threatened, and on laying; complaint, 'Edwards was arrested. j The gun was found in his possession and was tugged ior exhibit at trial. Befora court opened the clerk, brought out a revolver which he thought to be the one in the case. I-irrainic large gardens at each end of I port on the Adriatic requires a pre- can b rof- i -irrancc large gardens at eacn tnu ui.iiun un _, Ithe depot, and thus aliord a suitable, i else formulation before it can be prof I la Lbackground for Gait Gardens in whichjiiably discussed. Austria and Italy I officials of the company take a great I are. to say a word on tho suit- i nt niiv nort susceptible ot fortifi Good 217 Sherlock Block, City, or W, P. Thomas. Supt. Coalgate Alberta Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and phompt service. interest. North I.ethhriilge Pleased Alberta Outfitters Phone 1735 405-Gth SL S. (Dominion Block) A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Merid- ian, Conn., 40 years old. was :id- vi-aod by her physician to try Dr. Mavtell'3 Female Pills, she did so with wonderful results. Thous- ands of otiters v.ould say the same. -0 years the standard, at ,n'ir ilvnpglst. The I .I'.Il. reaching a definite deci- sion to proceed with the freight sheds j j so long mooted, gives satisfaction to; business men and others in North j Lethbridge. One prominent citizen iiij Jan interview with the Herald today i stated that the locating oi the new sheds on the north slite meant much in the expansion oi the city. It suggested, however, that the business; men of the south side might possibly make n strong kick against removing! till' shells from the south side tit the city. The people in North l.ethiridge are earnestly hoping that the sheds will go 'on their side of the track. I Furthermore, they maintain that thej placing of the slwls there will mean! that the I'.I'.K. anil the city will lay! plans for building ihr much talked rVjollt subway which will lie neces- sary on account of the hcaw trallic tn the freight sheds. of any port susceptible of fortifi cation, but the correspondent thinks Servia is entitled to something from Continuing, the correspondent says: The Bentley Co. Quality Costs Least in the Long Run Friday and Saturday Shoppers Will Find Interesting Values in the Space Below _______ Remarkable Values in a few lines Comforters, each; Filled with white cotton, covered with Silliolllie 72 x 7S inches; medium weight. Bedspreads 95c JUedlum weight, white damask, various designs, hummed and lauudrieil ready for use. 25c Navy Flannel 15c yard 27 inches wide, good quality, just enough cot- ton to prevent, shrinking. 15c Children's Hair Ribbon iOc yard Pure silk Tiiffeta Ribbons, all ilic colors of the rainbow.. Corsets Popular makes, made of strong coutll. closely fitting-, two and three sets of sup- porters attached. All sizes. Women's Sweater Coats Heavy weave assorted colors, military collar, single breasted, with pockets and colored buttons; All'sizes. Hand Bags 50c Of Seal Grain Leather, mostly black, other shades navy or green; moire lined, coin purse; metal or coined frames. Week End Spe- cials IN Our Shoe Department Tables piled high with winter shoes, for men, women and children, at much less than regular pi-ice, in this great clearance. Come tomorrow and save. Men's to Shoes The Famous aicPheraon and Muir Slious, gun me till, calf, ami vici kid. Men's to Shoes 1 Black or tan, gun metal or patent. Women's to Shoes Patent button, vici kid and gun metal, buttoneil or lace. These values can not bo excelled at Women's and House Shoes Comfortable house slippers, three button strap. Women's and Shoes Patent or tan oxfords, McPherson make. Shoes TAN CALF BLUCHERS McCall Patterns December Magazines now in Stamped Linens .'0 FOR CHRISTMAS FANCY WORK Never has this store stood a more splendid ar- ray of Cushion Tops. Side Board Covers, Table Oentres and other fancy linens, such as travelling aprons '.etc.. all can be worked into useful and 'attractive gifts. Wools of All Kinds Single and Double Berlin, Eider Wools, Shetlands, Scotch Fingering Yarns, etc. OF COMMERCE SIR'EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LI..D.. 1J.C.I... President ALEXANDER I.AIRD General Mnnagcr Assistant General Mn The proposed removal oi tlir irrij.1 shells to the north .side of should not int-et with any serious jeclion tile very good rcas n ihil the sheds will he practically in thi heart of the city. In ollur u i s merchants have to haul their much longer distances than those in I.ctlibridge will, should the lirils lie erected nn the norlh side ol tl'.e tracks, the feeling in North i.e'ii- hridge is that the north siili Thesis Two Women's Health Restored by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Com- Their Own Statements. Chencyville, time ago when in poor health, suffering from fem- inine ills, 1 began to take Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound and Liver pills. I soon felt bettor and gained in strength and flesh. A gradual improve- ment continued as I took the Compound, anil from 120 pounds I now weigh 155, and feel that my life baa been prolonged. "I deeply regret that I did not know i fff your medicine long before I did. piano ior the sheds and that ii often sneak of the wonderful thing is kept on the south side development oi the cily will be badly retarded. rr J, t t O ROOnftn I GERMAN PATRIOTIC FERVOR i TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS Canadian Bank of Commerce, by r.ason of its targe number of In of the world, drawn in tnaiks, lire, kronen, etc., can be cashed or purchased at reasonable rates. 6.0 Lethfoidge Branch C G, K. Nourse, Mgr, llerlln. Nov. Ihe warships [.Tovi-iltd for by the KeictiKtaK. Germany is receiv- ing private subscriptions for tho purpose of obtaining oth- ers. At Mannheim an associa- tion for the constructlnn of tnilninK ships, of which the Crnnd Duke of Oldenburg Is cliulrnilin, him voted for tho construction of a third vessel of thin description. change in my health, and I tell them that your medicine did J.W.STAN- LEY, Cheneyville, La. Distressing Case of Mrs. M. Gnry. Chicago, have used Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound for i backache anti i t hns certainly made, a new woman of me. After my first baby was T born I was left a perfect wreck. I was v BO weak I coulil hardly do my household duties and suffered with an awful back- ache. Cut since I have used your Com- pound the pains in my hack have left me anil I am strong attain. "My mother used it also throng! Change of Life anil speaks very highly of it. You can use this letter any way you wish. 1 think it is only fair for one who hns suffered us much as 5, to let know of your great remedy. Mrs, M. GARY, 2038 N. Uidgewuy Ave., Chicago, III. "The principal cause of tile I uient in the situation is said to be clue to the advice given by the Ger- man Emperor to Archduke Franz Fer- dinand, and also partly to a report re- ceived from tho Austrian Ambassa- dor to England. Audiences at Schoet- bllinn today are saM to have resulted in the abandonment of the proposal that recruits normally liable to ser- vice next autumn, should begin train- nc early next. year. The extreme mil- itary party has thus suffered a rebuff, and" Count Von Horrhlhold's hands have been strengthened. "According to credible information received from Budapest, Consul Pro- i-haska was never molested by the Ser- vian troops at Prisrentl. It is thought thai the hostility of the local Serb population obliged him to bo cautions ill his movements. The interruption of his correspondence was due to the. discovery at private letters from him denouncing the Srrvian army, which were seized when the Servians captur- jd tho Turkish mails on their way to 'rizrend. Consul was allowed a Servian nilitary escort on bis journey to Us- kub.1' Fleet Ready But Held In Port London, .N'ov. Turkish fleet i with the exception of tho cruiser Ilamldlch) Is reported by special cor- respondents in Constantinople to be ready to go out and fight. II is still doubtful, however, whether the Otto- man military- authorities will agree to allowing iis use -against, the Greek fleet, despite -the reported Intention of the Creeks to transport large forces to Xcros Hay, behind the Dardanelles. nmvn would Heelll IO K1VC !nC Turkish destroyers the, chance for j which Turkish naval officers to long. Torgut Schevkct Paalia is now in command of the garrison guarding the forts of the Dardanelles. The troops under bis command have been strong- ly re-inforced, anil arc said to number nl least four divisions. The report of the arrest of 500 'Pinkish officers, and a number ot civilians, Including Hey, the, chief organizer of tho commltlee of union and progress, by tho Creeks in SalonlUl, Is telegraph- ed here by a special correspondent. The arrested men have been deported to Greece. The correspondent says this step was justified because the Turks violated the terms of capitula- tion, broke their parole and got away, in some cases using fraudulently ob- tained passports. The correspondent adds that the im- portance of this development will be understood when it is realized that the character of the war ill .Macedonia has changed, and that the Greek army is now seriously harassed by numerous guerilla bands, largely com- 7iosed of liberated soldiers. ,.Moro- Bulgarian commanders have complained that Turkish officers havo left by steamer from Saloniki to pro- ceed to Constantinople for the purpose of joining their'comrades fighting at Tchatalja. It was discovered that Dr. Nazlin Dey was organizing meetings and loading numerous intrigues ag- ainst the authorities. Very Musical! "I bear your daughter's very musi- cal, Mrs. Comenp." "I suppose so. She's always going to the sympathy concerts and talking about snorters and catcalls and this and that fellow's puss.1 American. To Shippers of Grain .Before soiling or chlpplna your grain contull JOHN BILLINGS CO. Grain Commission Merchants. Winnipeg and Lethbrldg. Special attention given to consignments and prompt return! made after unloading of cars. Advances on all ol Ladtal If desired. Market prices by wire or 'phone. Onto at Asqulth Lindsay's Dominion Block. LethbrWgc, AlSa. Phoai 1714. P. 0. Box 278. Local Manager I. SALBEBG PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 9! i Wall Paper Your must live wil.h your pid'.iiros, hooks, I'liniilun' and pi'ipi'V Therfl'oro have them to please yon, particularly the WALL PAPER, for It occupies more space In your range of walla than anything else. The Revlo Co. Painters and Decorators 1260-3rd Avenua South ;