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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta so, ion. THE LETHBRTPOE DAILY TTERATJ) Page I What Do You Re- quire In a Stove? all, you must have the good points of the older makes, with the weak points all left out, combined with the latest inventions in modern stovecraft. Yon want heat, bui' without (he spasmodic bursts that in the old in many stoves of the new seem to baffle control. You want, also, free- dom from clinkers and the iness of ashes. You want your stove to have such polish and trim- mings that it will shine with little labor as Mother's never could, in spite of her liberal ...use of elbow-grease. want economy; coal costs too much for yon to take.chances on using a liodfnl more than is necessary to give the heat or cook the food. Above all, yon want your new range to last. It must have all the elements that will make it. an heirloom in your family, so that .your- grand-dauglitor may point with pride to "bak- ing in the stove that made your daughter's wedding-cake. In short, you. want the cosiness and cheer, of your earliest with the twen- tieth century standard of efficiency, economy, and control. All this is yours to command with a Gurney-Oxford Chancell or The Gurney-Oxford Chancellor in your will mean the best of good tilings on your table, no domestic difficulties, and a low fuel bill. We can give this splendid range our most unqualified recommendation, and we stand behind it, as do the makers. Tho Hue arrangements insure an oven as hot at the front as at the hack; splendid bale-' mgresults are absolutely certain. The broil- ing top is a convenience that every house- keeper Avill appreciate Avho likes to serve well-broiled meats and crisp, brown toast. The Economizer, Gnrney's great control- ling device, is placed on every Chancellor without extra charge. This means fuel econ- omy, perfect ease of control, and a well ven- tilated kitchen. We have a Oha.nccllor flint will just fit your kitchen. All Chancellor ovens are 20 1-2 inches deep by 3-4 inches high, and are made in 14, .16. .1.8 and 20-inch widths, with reservoir on either end, or square, and with high shelf or high or without thermometer. We have a splendid selection of the most modern HEATERS Ideal Oak Heater, 13 inches 15 17 C. W. Gray ADDCAIC Til TIICJ riHht Tlwanly die Imvo ATrLALO 1U InC to Tripoli ami mny Just an togitlmi POWERS TO STOP WAR WITH ITALY (Continued from Front and l.COO Kurm but UIH groat machine Itt [inprlttoned In Kuropo Turkey is asnlnst UK Fleet. ProfcBHor Norton .or the American Archoloiileal Party, today salcl Ihat thto ItiiHan' difficulties will bujjin only when they have landed. Thopj arc only three towns on the whole coala worthy the attention of a Uonghcz and Dor- na. There is no harbor ami the ships must anchor a mile from shore. The Invading force inus't with it food supplies as it will g'at no food from the hostile Arabs, said Dr. Nor- ton. "The said Prof. Nor- ton, "can afford to wait and hnr- niss the enemy. H would take concluded Prof. Norton, "for th-a Knl- liins to overcome-1 the Trirk-j." Bait Held Out- Paris, Sept. Matin learns from a high official so.urce that if the Turki sh government does not oppose the occupation of TrippH, Italy will b'a ready to give Turkey the fiill- satisfaction, hoth moi'iil and ma- terial; Th'e of the Sul- Uin will he recognized, a large in- demnity will be paid and everything done will be agreeable to Turkey in other Wayy. "Italy will liberal as said the official. Responsible for Disaster i ienna. Sent.' Constantinople says that it was the' Turkish fleet'wbich last was reported, oft Chiosv on the Asgaan Sea. that sank the two barges of Italian troops" landing at Tripoli. In Sympathy with Italy Vienna, Sept, a mini-. of papers condemn Italy'y pro- cedure as precipitate, as a whole, th-a Austrian press sympathizes with Italy'a ambitions and condemns the Young Turks. The Frcmenblat-; avoids discussion 01 the merits of the contligt, but. the other official and semi-official organs wish Italy suc- cess and hope thai a costly and bloody struggle will -be avoided. The Vateriand says for to follow Italy's example and to per- suade Bulgaria to do the same. ft. declares that -King Ferdinand holds the key to the Balkans and often has proven Jy Mlxo It us their compensation. they unwitte enough to do any- thing of the kind they would a fife to the whole of squill- eastern Europe and might Involve (ho Great Rescued CotmUntlnople, Sept. offi- cial version of engagement off Prevasu says, "An Italian cruiser ac- companied 'by torjKMlo boats attack- ed two Turkish torpedo boat do- ytroyei's tlie latter wore 1'onvini: Prevaaa. Ono of the.Turkish ves- sels found refuge- In Pcrma harbor white the other was struck by several shells ami ran ashore. The crew Tripoli will courageously defend it- self. The Ol toman government will expel all Kalians from Turkey and Italian schools and business will be closed. "Our CommKfee will employ all its influence to thcyc measures, In unapplied in a calm spirit towards the nation which has trodden under foot our most''sacred rights. beg tha population to remain tran- quil and leave the government the du- ty of acting against Italians, thus do monstratfng that Ottomans are man civilized and etitir'a-ble than tha Jtal any who drove the government to te action. invite all children of'the FatiivU'land to be unit- d at this critical moment." The principal newspapers are using language of unmeasured violence against Italians while the Ottoman people are advised to show their pa- triotism by strictest boycott of Itali- an products and at the same tinva to treut Italians in Turkey as guests, The government has decided to strengthen its military forces along the frontters. Malta, Sept. cable lines to Tripoli are open this morning, but apparently iivesea.g'es from there are being suppressed by Italians who are supposed to be in possession. The Economy of the. "GOOD CHEER" Circle Wstcrpaa Furnace Is more than economy of fuel, though that is important enough. It's the saving of your family's-health. The "GOOD CHEER" saves coal, because its humid air is delightfully comfortable at a temperature at least 5 cooler than is necessary with the over-dry air from the ordinary furnace. The "GOOD CHEER" saves the sore throats, lung troubles and doctors' bills which are directly caused by parched, over-heated air. DURBAR WILL BE GREAT EVENT (Continued from Front Page.) will play the National Anthem. The reading of the proclamation, display of the portrait and firing of salutes will be repeated in every town lage throughout Imlia. white liis ability cleverly to turn celebrations will take on many forms- Kv-orywhere in, th'a evening, jlowever, there will be fireworks and In. -Delhi itself the eel- given situations to his account. The attitude of the masses in nople te calm. No demonstration marked the Zelamlik where .the Sul- will extend five days, tan appeared somewhat wil1 Delude a military tourim- Among the educated classes, espec- j mti'lL- and polo matches, gar- ially the Young Turks resentment den fetes- 'races other tornis of sport. the King will proceed on a tig'ar while the will visit a number of places of interest, including Agra. against Italy's aggressiveness js strong and live ministers are cen sured-severely for .their neglect to take tlie most obvious military nml diplomatic precautions in the face of-recent warnings. Placed on War Footing Vienna, Sept. is reported that Italy has placed no less than seven army corps on a war footing, and is mobilizing men not only to- wards the south but also in the north reinforcing her army corps in Turin, Milan and Verona. A despatch to the Dally News from Tripoli de- scribing the scene says -that the gov- ernor promised a definite decision of the surrender of the town in a few hours. Thereupon the Italian ot'- rjcer said that six hours would be. allowed for non-combatanats to quit the town. The interview was con- ducted in the most, cordial terms. No Hostilities Yet Berlin, Sept. Wolff Bu- reau has received the following de- spatch from Tripoli, 0 a.m..: There has been no hostilities up to the pre- sent. Turks atid Italians ;tre in waiting attitude but reports in nat- ive circles have it that Italian troops have landed io ihe westward of Tri- poli.. Italy's Plans London. Sept. to Italian advices the .government plan is to land forty thousand wen in Tripoli -by October 9th. No -bombard- ment will be attempted and unless (lie property of Italians or otlver for- eigners is endangered it is under- stood that the Italian minister 'sba elaborate a schem-a for the admini: trillion of Tripoli and that among tire first a eta will be the abolition of many taxes now imposed upon the Tripoli In Interest of .Humanity Merlin. Sept. todny sent a note to the Powers explaining her reasons, for action'against Turkey and oxpi'ossiug the hope that stops taken will be confined to the occuprjion of Tripoli, and nleo that hostilities will be of -abort duration and that, nego- tiations to find the status of Tripoli wit l be begu n soon. Holy, It i-j staled, will endeavor to local hostilities. The note ns with the assurance, that steps taken are in fhe interest of humanity and civilization nnd that, no effort bo spared to protect s.ubjects of other nations In New Rising in Albanii London, Sept. )o the possible consequences of the the Times out there is eo far no definite indication of any ef- fect In thu Balkan r-'aninsuln, but there arc rumors that 'cannot be ig- nored of prepHratioiiB for a new ris- ing in Albania, of Increasing tension between TurRcy and Greece. The feeling senvi 10 be growing among the Turks ttei tluy have good a The cost to the governments of Eng- land and India of iho Durbar has neon estimated at nearly but this will -be hu.t a small portion of thR nmoiuit that will foe. spent. From i Two maters are giving the auth- orities much assiety. The flrat js the danger of an .outbreak of chol- or rather the spread of the dis- ease. Delhi has been threatened with an epidemic, and officials have been working day and night to pre- ,Tliis big Circle Waterpan, holding 4 to 6 gallons, and running right around ihe fire jjot, evaporates plenty of water to keep the air naturally humid, refreshing and healthy. Before you decide on your furnace write for our Booklet which explains more fully the ad van- tages of the "GOOD CHEER" Furnace with its Patented Circle W.iterpaii. 7 THE JAMES STEWART MFG. CO., Limited VVooilvioek. OnL Wlwlpcg. Man. For by Hick-Selil Ha-rdware Co. MAKE CONTRACT WITH G. IP. vent i.t. The other is the protection of their Majesties. There are scores of secret societies in India, which aim1 at driving England out of ih'e country. They are being very close- ly watched, so that any organized attack would probably be CTSiiy frustrated. Tue great danger arises n i i fanatics, with which India Jasper Tark Loal Co. to swarms. Scotland Yard lias airaady I out some of its heat men to work In conjunction rith the Indian secret service, and .uniformed police force, and spot all dangerous char- icters, and kaep the closest guard over their Majesties. DR. STEWART IS THE TORY NOMINEE (Continued from Front Page.) Poapst also hoped the Doctor vould redeem' Lethhridge and to on to th out H. H '.woll Edm "P .akc a lawyer to untangle the dilll- ulties; Other" ghoi-t speeches were by Edward' Hagell, Cameron Fraser, W. L. Harcllt, E. H. Wilson, L. L. Macbeth, Alvin' Riplcy.and E. A. Cunningham, all of whom hoped that the 'Doctor would5 be able to redeem Lethhridge. CANDIDATES WERE ALL BUNCHED IN HALIFAX Halifax, N..S., Sept was declaration day in Halifax county. The official returns are: R. L Bor- tlen, 7.360; A. K. McLean. Crosby, Sell Coal to Big Rail- road Corporation Spokane, Wash., Sept. Laidhav .of Spokane, president of the Jasper I'itrk Collieries, Ltd., in which anj intcrcslcd M. I-T. Alworlh of Uiilntli. Minn., H. U. Round, J. L. Cote ami IT. N. Smith of Edition-i .ton, Alia., and II. N. Galer-of Spo- I kanc. rMfiimging director of the Ro--! al Culliei'ies at Lethbridgo, announced in Spokane..that ,'ltp has a contract for the sale or'100, OOn ions coal to the Grand Trunk I Paeilir, Railway company. '1 lie coal is to be delibered as as it is minctl. The mine, which is under, the man- of R. TT. formerlv with the- Tennessee Coal and Trpri company, Uin Republic Iron it' Steel company ami the Aicxicaii .Coal-ami. Coke, company, contains coal, running from fiS to 72 per cent, fixed carbon anil IRSS than 7 percent, The first car of "coal was ship- ped on June 15. since which tune the Trunk Pacific has taken tiic output. .Development work was started in April. two months after Mr. Laidiir.v lud acquired a two-thirds interest in fhe property. Thn main work to ilate consists of a tunnel now in feet, located 373 feet above this main line of the' Grand, Trnn't Pacific railroad, and 375 feet from ihe tracks. This working shows a of coal 12 feet and four inches thick. A second and lower tunnel now i.s being driven at ail of onlv GO feet from the tracks. Kventujillv it will bo tlie main work- ing tunnel The property" is located 205 .miles west of Lldmottton, and 33 miles cast of the Vcllowhenii Pass. It is situated on both" sides of tho AtlmhuscH river, south of which it is I reversed bv the Grand Trunk Paci- fic railroad, now in. operation [or .soiva ilistancc furiher west, and on the north by the Canadian Northern, which will teach the pro- culj spring It consists of acres of land, covering six scain.s of, coal, varying in widths of from four to 14 feet, which traverse the company's holdings in a north January will increased Io not !os tlnMi [i[ again iIouMcd before next Mi Laidiaw caid "C onsidcnng that the proppit) was without railroad facilities when- development was in .April, IftlO, and rc- inained so until last June, I'think ihat a. new record has been made in opening it up and putting it on, a large producing basis in such a short time." Mr. R. C. Forster, London, has gift- ed for the building and.equip: nieut of the laboratories of the Col lege. At 50c. ml feoc. on tfie Store will be Closed on Mon- day to Re-Arrange the Stock And will be open for business at 8 a. m. again on Tuesday morning. Many peo- ple are buying several pairs and laying in a stock, realizing that they may never again be able to buy shoes at half price. ;