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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta wdav. October 2. THE LET1 HERALD Page 5 ....GIVEN AWAY FREE.... HOW YOU GET IT Call fit'tlio ollice of Mili'ord Co. and ask For a Dom- inion. Square ticket free. Keep the ticket in your possession niilil Saturday, .October 12, 1912. The umriljci- on your ticket may bring .you the Jot.. irow IT WORKS Aiayoi-Jlateli sealed an envelope this morning and, deposited it in ...his sale. Tlio. envelope will lie opened on Saturday, October 12th and -tlio enclosed number will, be lucky one. The mini her is. between 1 and Whoever hns that num'ber gets free. If Your ticket is the Right One You Get the Lot Absolutely Free! Hustle now to the office of Mitford Co. Everybody gets something. WHAT YOU GET 1. Every person draws a, ticket will exchange it on Oct. 12 for two street car tickets. You ii-rc then given a free ride Dominion. Square Lo in- spect the property. DESCRIPTION OF LOT 2. Lot 17, Block 10, Dominion Square; one block i'roni Adams' Park; one block from Westminster Road. 3. '.A large lot in Dominion Square, covered building restrictions. Remember! You don't haye to spend five ion Square on Saturday, October 12. cents. No catch, no special conditions. Absolutely Free. Take a free ride to see Domin- Only Come Quickly. No more will be issued under any consideration. DOMINION SO.UAKE B nil din a; Kcstriction SO .Knot Boulevard [landsoine Entrance I in posing structure Everybody Up in the Collar SIXTH STREET OPPOSITE HERALD OPEN EVENINGS DOMINION SQUARE Street Oars Adams' Park Galbraitli School Water, Sewer, Natural Gas on adjacent property Sunshine Days. Good Times Everybody THE Queen's .Hotel ROYAL VIEW 5 miles north .of Letliurldge All modern conveniences Private dining rooms Meals a la Carte Arrangements can be made Tor private dances Everything First Class Special Sunday Dinner iron: 5.30 to 7.30 p.m. R. C. FITZSIMMONS, PROP. PHONE 1624 NELSON IS GROWING Nelson, IU1., Oct. Septem- ber building permits aggregating iho total for the year to dute, Kelson, passed the million dol- lar murk for iirat Mine in the his- tory of the city. The total for the nine months of 101" is com- pared with -t.'l.OSO for the same ner- iod last year, an increase of 7-1 pel- cent. UNIONIST WITH ANOTHER POLICY THINKS WESTERN CANADA WOULD BE SATISFIED WITH IMPERIAL PREFERENCE London, Oct. SUimlarcl gives prominence to aii article on the new constnietivo Unionist policy by .S. J. M.P., who says Imperial Preference should be its foremost, plank. He believes Western Canad- acciipt this its a substitute for American reciprocity. He adds: is quite clear from what I heard during a recent'visit to Canada, liial the Dominion is going to embark on very heavy naval expenditure in the near future. Canadian politicians say it. will be considerably above I he ex- pectations .of tbc United Kingdom." Qiristain Ver- sus Mahomet (Continued from front treated, that their position has come intolerable. The mobilization order by the Balk- an states, is .nevertheless going right ahead. 'There is reason to that'Rus- sia has the power to prevent Bulgar- I h from declaring war. Russia needs TWO MOUNTAINS ELECTION CASE II. :ilso is conceivable, according to j ;lt years to reorganize her opinions expressed In well informed ,irnly ciinnot desire a Balkan circles here, lliat tlie Albanians, for; for fcar it might lead to. a European getting their grievances against the j conflagration. Ottoman' empire, might assist the Bulgaria is, however, determined to troops against which they have been j action, well knowing that so recently lighting. With their army sja, oll the other hand cannot permit in a high state of efficiency and with to be beaten. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE .Lisbon, Get. serious outbreak of the plague has occurred ai Angra. on the south side of thv' island of Teifieira. capital of the Azores. The Portuguese government 'will despatch a steamer with serum, doctors and nurses. the assistance of Roumanians and the Albanians prominent Turks believe I foreign minister, replying to a qucs- tliey could defeat all ther opponents in j tion, said war is not inevitable detail or hold them oft' until they are the powers, recognizing the portent worn out financially. i of the agreement between the Balkan Mahomet Vs. Christ I Constantinople, Oct. defensive preparations occupy tlie i heads of tlie government anil the j army. The Ottoman government l rusts neither the llalkan slates nor i the great powers, holding that they would all rend Turkey if they dared. SUPREME COURT TO MINE VALIDITY OF THE RE: TURNING OFFICER'S CONDUCT Ottawa, Oct. 1. In the supreme ency of the nomination paper ami the returning oll'cer made no declaration at Uic hour when the time for the nominations expired, hut took the advice of counsel in Montreal, and on Hie following clay rejected Mr. Fau- DETER-j teux's nomination paper on the grounds that it had not 25 signa- tures on the sheet containing the can- didate's name, nor. attached to it, and that the occupation of tlie candi- date .was not mentioned. He then de- clared Mr. Elhier elected by accla- mation. The election court dismiss- Skousra, at one time Greek tjon cascs vm thc nrst i slates brings pressure, to bear on Tur- key to force her to carry out re- forms under the guarantee of the powers. Feeling in Germany Merlin, Oct. German press generally believe that war in the Balkans is almost inevitable and that court today the Two Mountains dec- cd Fautcux's petition contesting the Fauteux vs. filthier, at the Dominion shept ,md 32 signatures that the general elections in Sept. 1911. II r.! candidate was sufficiently identified; Fauteux was nominated as a candi-i .that the nomination and deposit had date for election in the electoral hecii duly accepted and that tlie re- division of Two Mountains and the turning officer wa's then obliged to nomination paper on several loose grant a poll and had no authority to sheets of paper with the usual de- i reject the nomination paper on a sub- posit of 5201) were received by the'sequent date. By the petition and ap- rcturning officer. j peal a declaration is sought that Mr. Ethier objected to the sullici- I there was no election and that the would atl rend Turkey i they aare... thc m_ Enlightened Turks feel that a winch could not, he gram, is con Q[ Eur. Constipation- ia an enemy, within the camp. I undermine the strongest constitution and ruin the most vigorous health. It leads to indigestion, biliousness, impure blood, bad sick headaches, and is one of the most frequent causes of appendicitis. To neglectitis slow suicide. Dr. Morse a Indian Root Pills positively, cure Constipation. They are entirely vegetable In composition and do not sicken, weaken or gripe. Preserve your health by taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills return by acclamation was void. De- cision was reserved. COL. GARTSHORE'S CRITICISM. London, Ont, Oct. Col. Gartshore, general .manager the McClary Manufacturing Company is back from a, trip to the coast. Ha criticised tlie booming; of prairie real estate. You can readily appreciate the economy of painting exposed parts of your house with paint that protects and preserves the wood for the long- est time at the lowest cost. You should, therefore, be particular to get fronting the Empire, liven ii the members of tbe Triple Alliance (Geniianv, Austria and Jl the triple entente (Russia, Gii'ai Britain ami ate made inactive through mutual jealousies and even ii they hold ofi the Bulgar- ians, Servians, Greeks ami Jlontcne- "Tiutis, peace, it is felt, will he assur- j ed for'only a liUk- white. Hence it is argued that Turkey might as well fight, instead ot" devot- ing' m its inn-rests to pleading [or peace. The- impending conflict, i.s regarded as another test of thc Turk and the Christian buttlelieUl. The nvilHary duel's are serene and businesslike and tiie soldiers arc uV.edieni and dcter- PURE PAINTS i di .color intl bliittr, entx DO NOT oi Made in color, for ill aid by Im- perial Vtrniih A Co., Limited, Toronto Paint the walls ceiling with the washable, iurable. economical M-L FLAT WALL COLORS. 15 right for artittic stencil decorative effect a, sold by HART, PATTERSON CO. mined. Mack of themselves in thin i critical historic juncture, the Turks- j feel the .sympathy of all Mussulmen. This iiixpirtrs a hopeful tenacity nmi j is likely to teil hcavilv in the field if the Haikan slates force a It is suggested in some quarters that, the great powers indicate.the na- ture of tin- Balkan demonstration and sympathize with it. as calculated to make the Turks sink their sovereign- ty into a "quagmire" of local auton- omies. Bulgaria Thinks Its Fight Sofia, Oct. attitude rf Bul- garia is such that war Turkey 1 in which Servia and Greece will join, i see ins inevitable. j Nonr of those three countries pro- i puss- tin? annexation of I he Ottoman l territory. The war will purely and simply he a lighi. for Urn liberation of the Hul- Servians and Greeks in Mace- donia, who for llie last four years ope are .changed in tone from the san- gtiint: attitude of last night to a ner- today. King (Jeorge oi Greece, rushed' through Berlin last night on his way to Athens, fie was so exeited that ho was unable to finish bis dinner at the hotel, and up.saying: "Seri- ous hnsiness." j f The Lnkal Anwiger says that the IJalkans have sliown a lonu; patience with thc porte, hut hopes that war 1 j will he averted and cautious states- men to re-main calm in the face nf a crisis. -Several papers comment on Hie hoiu-lcssness of Turkey against the four' allies. j Tlie Tagiisclir Rundscbau and other papers ask questions: "Who knows Russia's heart and thoughts Ms not the empire tho great wire puller after n.11, making the Italkan groups dance at will I it thinks the time is ripe to conquer i the Mediterranean Tlie Exiindsi'haii wonders if Russia has shunted ihr- rards far the Balkan game, in which it adds, Tur- side is pretty bad, and then jsays "Germany and Austria's position j in view of the facts, is very plain. i Both countries must not permit the 'destruction of Turkey by the Slavon- ic powers, nor that a Slavonic wall i ho built, between the Occident i Orient. Thai must remain open to us at all costs." PHONE 1294 315, TH1RTEETTH ST. i i; ,inee the establishment of ifce regime I rllis in Turkey, littvtf been KliawehilU l byc-ck-. TO HELP MR. RICHARDSON Oct.. .1. Gaiifhicr, M.P., Gustavo Boyer. and Char- Ins Qnorry, Liberals, nrrivcd in thft this nmrnhip1 to take part in the iciion. A T H A B A S C A L A N D I N G ATHABASCA LANDING Mr. Investor. Look Here! If you arc looking for a so oil business location. A swell residential site to build your home on. A good sound investment that will give yon 100% interest. Then you should buy some property In DOMINION PARK, Athabasca Land- ing. every lot is high, dry and level. BECAUSK every lot is of) foei by 120 feet. BECAUSE it is inside the city limits. BECAUSE the prices are risht. BECAUSE thc terms are easy. Lots are selling from to Terms 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6, 9, 12 and 15 months, or cash and a month. Come in and let us tell you about it. The Athabasca Land Company 321 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OPEN EVENINGS ATHABASCA LANDING A T H A B A S C L A N D I N G ;