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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 6, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Paste 7 LUMBER AND .DING MA TERIAL AT WHOLESALE PRICES Delivered anywhere in Southern Alberta City Office, Royal Bank CENTRAL LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethbridge Yard 1407 3rd Ave. South Phone 1492 finite Jjbu to see tfic Ladies Have You Votedj Your Names on List (Continued from front in H and Professor Comes to Defence of Bulgaria (Continued'Frora Kioat McGuke Sits. S. J. Shepherd. Mrs. Chrlstabelle Sherlock. Mrs. (Aid.) Skeith. Jlrs. Jessie J. Travis. His. Acnle L. Virtue. Mrs. li. VTny. Mrs. Ida E. Mrs. F. WbWdington. Mrs. J. Whitney. Mrd. Sarah Boulton. Mrs. (Aid.) Hamilton. Mrs. Etta lies. Mrs. R. UAJlcClure. Mrs. Estella Shover. Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Hugh IJoyd. Mrs. Staflord. Mrs. P. vA. Yandewater. Miss Lucy Rawden. Miss A. Ravicn. Miss K. Holes. Miss Jessie Campbell. Miss Dora E. Fitch. Miss Annie Forgle. Miss Margaret Krascr. Miss Jiaiy Murphy. Janet C. McKay. Hiss C. E. Nirmnons. Miss A. Sydal'. Miss F. A: Wodell. Strange as it may seem, tho naisi ol Mrs. Arthur Reid, wile ol.Oer.cri! Superintendent Rold, does not ap- pear on ilio list. It was Mrs. Reid; who through an interview in thi Herald last winter, started tha bal a-rolling ending in tlie enflancllise- ent ol married worr.en property reners. The. omission ol the nam r, ho'-vever, likely an avcrstght 'o lity.Assessor Meech, who says he si Jccts to liave a warm tirce vv sts-are posted. The" Inclusion b! th of inarrtfd- women fand tet nfs among .the. voters has made i ext to impossible ut correct lists. He strongly.mrge II citizens to llsts..vlth Q the next two or three weeks, an 1 they think they are entitled to ote, they should make written plication to the council tb.be regi cred without loss ot time..This par icularly applies in the.caie ot BUI led women and tenants. Tenants vole-; tola :year -tor th Irsfc tjme. Any tenant -who ca how that he was. resident in I_ot; iridge.lor one raontfr- to De 1, 1912. will'be allowed: I vote, provided the property occupij by him Is assessed at or. over Married ladies 'are included und. his clause: "The assessor shall place on 11 .ists' 'the names ol all persons, ma )r of the full age ol 21 vrl arc'assessed in their own right :ho last revised assessment roll-' fc real properly, or for income'or pe serial property, of the value of c Married men, have been in tl habit 'of voting on. property asses'se in the names ol their wives, will fin themselves up against a 'snag 'th year. The wives will have the rot the husbands' won't. and A Fatal Order ot the Eervlans Greekr complete, when, to the ooRflterpallon of the Bulgarian sol dlerft there cirae to etcp fighting end return to their original posltloni. a fatal one-, e array bitterly when called pon to But Russia, who had dlrterencea be- i. Perot: Bulgara, had to be eyed. Bulgaria did obsy, but not Berria.- The Bulgaritn euvoyfl nt to tell'the Sen-tinn of the order ore murdered. "Then came a furioua attack by tie Macedonian volunteers veS fhe'dar. This wia followed by flghtlcr. with no decisive re ults. General-'ivanoff made a sue- essful retreat. Inflicting awful loss- bn th'a Greeks, '''he Bulgarians op- New 1914 Prices Eft'octivG August 1, .1913 Model T Hunaboiit..... Model T Touring Car... .W50 Model T Town Car...... Wllh Full Equipment, o. b. YValkmllle Ford Motor Agency W. H. VIRTUE J. H. VIRTUE Phone 1232 3rd Avenua South poied to the Seryjini. held tnetr owo, ind iven captured eight thousand Ser. Tlam. Bulgaria croiied the Servian border and. letzed Kclajevatz, Zalt- ciar, elc., and cut railroad which connected Belgrade and Macedonia. w Bulgaria was about to exe- cute a brilliant manoeuvre and admlu. Istw a to her treacherous Houmanla atUckoi her trom (he rear and selied northern Bulgaria. At the same Uroa Turkey tent troops to retaie Adrianopls.' Roumanla de- clared' Bulgaria ouit stop, her Inva- rion of Bervja. Bu'orn of her strength aruir, by Its brllliEDl successes In Turkey, Inspired In Roumania. Servit and Greece. They believed tbjt another ten years see Turkey, Dulgaria. bad to concede. "Tie Powers then Intervened, and after a preliminary meeting ft.t Nlsh, an ivai concluded at Buch- arest i( (s now believed that ftub scxraent coniereace ot the sreat POT ers will revise the Bucharest con venlloa. and settle permanently all territorial' differences, between tit Balkan states. Army.lniplred Fear "A. foreign diplomat has sumrathl up situation thus: ''The Bulgarian celelibon, jealous ot our might, are iloing all they can to balk us in our desire to gather all Bulgarians under one roof. the dominant power la the Balkans, and one of tbe great Powers of Ku- rope. Hence the conspiracy.' They reasoned that it would bo better to annihilate Bulgaria now tian be anni- hilated by Iier In the near-'fuiure.' As to the charges of atrocities for wjilch Bulgaria has been .uoiustly ulamed. they are unqualifiedly false. The world Is already being Informed as to uctuol perpetrators of ihese horrible deeds. Over refugees have fled to Bulgaria from Macedonia. Hundreds and thousands have met death at the hands o( Greek an'd Ser- vian soldiers. The stories ot these re- fugees rend Hie heart-''. Many Mace- donian towns Itave burned by Greeks, who Wiled Bulgarian who fell Into their hands. "Few yeoplo know what'..Bulgaria has really accomplished.' We 'have many faults, but we are conscious o: the fact Uikt we have .wronged no one wonted to free Macedonia.' Our MORE THOUBLE PROBABLE N OH VANCOUVER ISLAND Vancouver. B.C., Sept. have now quieted down on Vancouver islaud In the coal areas, but that there is raore trouble brewing Is tin opin- ion of socic of the labor leaders. statement is maile by H. P. Petllplece, who lias taken an active part in thesa affairs, that nithln the neil nicety- days events may be looked for that mar eclipse anything that has ;-et taken place. The mlliUa have received orders to be ready to sail for the trou- bled zone, at a moment's notice. The prevalent idea is that should tieie miners who have been sent up for trial fce convlctc-d. It will mean anoth- er outbreak, -which mar surpasi tho pretfo-js one. ANDREW STRANO DEAD Winnipeg. SepL Straus, collector of customs .at. Winnipeg and pioneer' of the city, coming here In 1SCS from suddenly to- day of. heart failure. 110 vas 66 years of age, and'wes one ot Winnipeg's most prominent citizens.. FIHST AUTUMN MILLINERY' A Cjrlier toque ot violet velvet, (rlmrned with black ostrich One of The Most Remarkable Cars Ever Seen in G.ai We urge you to see immediately the Studebaker Touring. Car. The advantages of this "SIX" are so marked, that 'it may truly, be said for the first time to _ open iij> to men of moderate means all those luxuries of motoring which have hitherto been found 'only in the most expensive cars. The molt conspicuous qualities of this "SIX" arc its even flow, of power, 'its wonderful smooth- ness and flexibility, and its ability, to do all work with effortless ease and a minimum of wear. The sensation which this, "SIX" has already created among the well-informed has a ?olid basis in the efficiency which it shows under all road conditions. You who know the average good car will .be charmed and convinced by a demonstration in the Studebaker And we venture to say that your discovery of the driving qualities of this extraordinary car will be the most pleasant in all your experience. We urge especially that those who have not yet been persuaded of the success of a moderate priced six-cylinder car.should examine this "SIX" im- mediately. The Studebaker "SIX" unquestionably represents a new and striking advance in automo- bile luxury. Try it now. And be warned that the Studttaktr. "SIX" will tain you, as surras- ever you sit behind the wheel. Buy It Because It's a Studebaker of.Luxury Mechanical The motor design of the, Studebaker "SIX" is characteristically clean, simple arid effi- cient. The cylinders are past en bloc, warrnnting perfect alignment and rigidity, and the pump arid magneto arc set on i cross shaft in front of the motor, where they operate The Studebaker "SIX" is, of course, electrically lighted and started. It is furnished with fulUU-passengur body containing two exceedingly comfortable. auxiliary scats, which may easily he folded out of Uit: way. The finish is rich and lustrous, rtquiring SpecificatloDi twenty-four operations, and weeks of drying ,nd tt ,he timc ,he' vslves H. P. and aainu fnr natnttnfr Completely accessible. The four large crank-thalt bearingi of this motor insure long life ind even'running. So finely, too, is the crank-shaft proportioned, that it will balance perfectly in. position. In the rear axle beautiful design is to be found. The axle triads art of nickel etetl, and the ryhole atiembly is what is known as a full-floating the weight from the wheels is cirried on-the housing, and thus the .re- lieved of all rojd shocks. Ifhe springs are long and very thil any roughness ol the road is always cuihjoried, 11500 THE STXTDEBAKER- pbRPQRATIpIH OF CANADA, laital, OnUrJo SoW Auto Co; Tanner Bros. AMredPdter ,y .'V Micleod Pinslier. Crejk anil aging for the painting alone. 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