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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald (llllHIO V, Alberta. Saturday, August Number 217 J. G. BREWERY OF COWLEY WINS THE CHAMPIONSHIP Had Won Greatest Number of Points in Competitions at the List of Cup tor the Week Tlie- tiGLhbridgo Exhibition, closet] yesterday afternoon, nnd shortly after dinner the exhibits started to "leave .lite grounds, and'were nearly nil uwuy. early Ihis morning. There were paid admissions for the and as there were only really big days, the showing is ex- considerably in advance of last year. Friday's attendance very sliih, and some who came from u. distance complained about the exhibi- tors talcing stuff -I'rom the grounds early In ilie afternoon. The office ECr.tf hr-tl a B'treuuoiis day's work, due to two of 'the government judges not showing up. This ..necessitated dou- work being thrown on other judg- cs, and considerably arrears. The result was that the work of making out 'the prize .chequ-as wa and there 'was a big rush in the; office all day. -The office staf was completely "worn out last night and Manager'McNicol'says a re at taken before' the work of making out_a financial -statement is started ,lf the statement is. ready in a week or ten days, it will be'all can expected. AArith the completion, of the judging tt was possible to ascertain who ha! won the Grand Championship prize for the 'best exhibit on the grounds To compete it is necessary to ha entries in several classes, and tho computing is done on a system of jxjints. Mr. .J. C. Drewory, Cowley won put, having considerably over one thousand points. Last year the prize was won on slightly ov-sr eight hun- dred points. Mr, Drewery, besides ihav ing exhibits of horses and cattle, made a creditable showing in the- main building, where he showed., ibubter de- monstrating he Is an up-to-date mued t irmei even though he spec ializes on Perclieroii' horses. He has been laithful suppoiter oC the Lsth bridge exhibition, .and the directors heartily congr itulated him on win Ding the pieuiier honors The.winners of the other cups and medals''were: Drj'-farming dup won by Carmangay, i Individual chamjilpnship dry-fann- ing, cup presented-by AV.-A. Buchan an, M.P., by-Arthur Perry, Ca'fd- Kton. PENROSE COMES BACK AT TEDDY DECLARES EX-PRESIDENT DE- MANDED CONTRIBUTION FROM STANDARD OIL Washington, "Aug. reply, to statement.of Col. Koosevclt York.iloclajy 'Senator Punroso today said ".Col. -Roosevelt's "relations with it-he Standard Oil company clearly 3iayc been established. The Standard .Oil company, through -John D- Arch-. Jiohl; conti United ia the Re- publican national campaign of 190-1, Col. Roosevelt did not consider that Dinount. sufficient .and. demanded an ..additional' contribution of ]n reply to .the disclosure of these Col. Roosevelt'submits a let- itcr which; in police circles would be linown as a. 'franie-up1 and an attack upon jne personally. The exposure of j Col. Roosevcli's ncgntiaticp.fi witli Standard 'Oil company are such Mat fi'erizied cry of 'liar1 :will Tiot satisfy, --the people. John D. tArchbold's statement before the Sen- ate Investigating committee today substantiated every, assertion I matte on the floor or the Senate on Wed- nesday relating; la tho Standard Oil company's, contribution in the cam- paign of lUO'l. MrV'Archbold appeared before the committee, at his own rc- Members, pi' ,that body inform- ed mu today that no had been. received from Qpl. Roosevelt. -Irrigated farming exhibit, cup won by Raymond.. 'individual farmer's exhibit, irrigat- ed 'lands, cup won by p. Carter, Ma- cjratli, Best bounuot peas grown in LethbrlUge, silver cup presented by Monarch and Morris theatres, won by Mrs. Balderson. Best two -bushels Alberta Red, sil- ver medal, presented by 'Canadian Bank of Commerce, won by- E. M. Steed. Champion Ayrshire bull, silver cup by -the Imperial Bank, won by Rowland Ness Sana. Champion Jersey hull, cup present- ed by P. W. Downer, won by J. Harper Sons. on page New Gymnasium Building at Westminster School ALL WORK TO GET CROP OUT EASTERN PEOPLE INTERESTED IN GETTING GRAIN FROfyi. WEST TO THE MARKET' Ottawa, Aug. the West era-'harvest already well under way the various departments" arc doing everything possible to facilitate .speedy movement of the crop and to prevent a repetition of grain block age a year ago. Tbe railway commis ion, the grain commission, the.trai and commerce rail way. department and" the transcontiri ental commission have but one prob lem they are- wrestling" with today and' that is' the movement of 'the Western w heat. Eastern business men also realize tlie necessity ol mov ng Quickly the s crop and the Manufactuieib association has sent out circulars to asking ,hat facilitate cai movemenl by loading and unloading as expedi :ioiiSlj is possible Ihe government s liopefnl that there, will not be a repetition of tho blockade. Official fig- secured today from, the railway commission, .show -that, .the; railways lave made remarkable and that their claims that they'.are doing everything possible are jug ti- led. The three roads, the Canadian 'acific railway, Canadian Northern ailway and Grand Trunk Pacific; have rom twenty to twenty-two thousand more cars than, last, year to. handle he crop and have increased .their mo.- ive power by. 500. engines. No -loss bun seventeen million dollars bar; 'cen expended iu betterments, with ntent solely to expedite the move- .ent of grain. WORKMEN PAY THEIR TRIBUTE WILL PUT as. ON LOW LEVEL If She Persists in Disregarding the Hay-Pauncefote Treaty and Refuses to Submit Panama Case to Arbitration London, Aug. London Post in another violent editorial against the Panama Canal Bill says "That the United States is ap- parently resolved to'proclaim to the World her cynical disregard lor nation to'observe treaty binding nature of treaties now seemsigatibns mil show the world, as A Flench pa per has remarked, 'that 'the honesty SUSPENDED CHIEF DENIES THE CHARGES; JUDICIAL INQUIRY ENDED AT NOON Likely Judge Winter Will Bring Down His Finding EarJy Next Gillespie on Stand Nearly All Irregularities in Police Lourt Records Severely Cross-Examined PROSECUTOR. HUGH SHEPHERD Who It handling the Detroit graft caies of her, government is on a level with that of the New York and in such case it would be essential "to find some means of forcing the Am- obli certain. The Panama Canal Bill will pass into law. The President has made it.known that he will sign the, in its.present form, although; it amounts, to an. unmistakably flagrant violation of solemn .pledge given to another, counter 'We .trust the British government 11 not fail to insist on due obsery- ce of its rights under. the Hay- ;Jauncefote treaty. The Mother Countrv can counts on .he hearty support of the dominions, vho are also deeply concerned in the natter, "If--the United States refuses to: iubmit the issue to arbitration she An Independent ilovetrent pltaiva, Aug u> stated here on. the best authority .that certain MJim public and great pmatp Cana- Interests are contemplating ac- tion -in' connection with the Panama Bil] independent of representations, which ma> he made bv Canada as a nation in conjunction with Great Bu- tain 'The -bill as it stands, at present in- volves a great many interests out siae of the puielyunternational phabe of the question jamb there is c' cry reason to belicve'lihat these interests are preparing for action apart from diplomatic representations ASKED TO' RECEIVE SUBSCRIPTIONS the Campaign Funds of the U.S. Political Parties THOUSANDS PASS-TH5 BIER OF THE LATE SALVATION ARMY LEADER London, Aug. Fully twenty.four thousand 'worinuen filed past th'o btsr o" William Boo-th. between 5.30 and 9 o'clock this morning. The scene .w marched s impressive, as the bareheaded through .UNDER-SECRETARIES IN CANADA Ottawa, When f're- mier tJordenyind his colleagues to Otlawii. tliey .will place before Hie Cabinet Coull- oil a scheme for tho creation of to Caniidian mfnistGrB similar fo that which oblajn.s hi IC'nglnnd. gross many of them carrying the implements of their trade. The long line of. men, was waiting some time before the opening of ihe doors of the hall, where the 'body was lying in state. Officers, of-the Salva tion Army marshalled them at the doors; and then they passed tbrough the hall in silence. Mrs. Booth-Hell berg, ithe chief of the Salvation Army' In .Denmark, came into the hall wi.th her They took places beside the catafahiue.and sang Salvation Army thymus. ETHEL ROOSEVELT GUEST OF SIR WILFRID Ottawa, Aug. Ethel Roosevelt, the younger daughter of the Famoui United Slitet Pre- sidential cindidate, li i vliltor In Ottawa. With ex-Governor Wil- lard, of Virginia. and Wlllard, It the juett of Sir Wilfrid and Lady. Laurier. Sir Wilfrid and the Bull MOOM candidate are close friendi and admirers, while for.a number of years the Canadian ex- Premier known ex-Governor Willard, having been his guest on more than one occaeion during his the Southern States. New York, Aug. new pian for' aising money for campaign, purposes. ias been inaugurated by the Demo-i ratio National committee. Popular- for the power house, .haverbeen received. It is ex- peoted that the machinery .will be here in a few days, and the superintendent says the ma- ehinery 'will be in place and working within twelve hours UII11 till .3 tat, Ufa iiua UBCJI i ciiucsLcu iu --._ help in the work The will j after being recened apply to the Democratic, Progressive and Requblican parties alike Acting Chairman McAdoo the Democratic committee said totiay he had sent to every bank and trust company in the country asking them agree to receive and transmit' sub- scriptions to headquarters of each of the three national parties He accompanied his letter to the banks with a letter from Gov. Wood- row Wilson indorsing the 'plan. 'He urged the need of. convenient and responsible agencies for the receipt subscriptions and asked tho banki and trust companies to perform "the same patriotic service" that the news papers already had undertaken. "Will you agree to receive and mit subscriptions to the Democratic national, the Republican national and Progressive national the letter continued. "Speaking for the Democratic National committee, 1 would not ask you to act for one un- less for all. This must be a patriotic the public, and not to'.aiiy one party. Each day a list of the hanks agreeing to act will be given to the nress "In order that you may Know the at- titude of' Gov. Wilson in regard to popular subscriptions, enclose R copy jf a letter from him on this subject just received.' Distinct Triumph, Wilson The letter from Gov. Wilson, dated Sengrit, N. J., August 17, and address ed to McAdoo, reads "To bring about the election ,o( a president through a campaign finan- ced by popular subscriptions would be a distinct and gratifying triumph. It would strikingly, evidence the renewed supremacy of our government from those selfish influences which have- been relkit! upon too long to furnish Uio campaign funds in return for.fa- vors to be bestowed. "I am in hearty sympathy with evcrj effort that may contribute to such result. The Idea hack of the pro- posed contributors' movement is thor ,5. SHAKE DUST OF UNDERWORLD HUNDREDS OF GAMBLERS AND OTHER DENIZENS.-DI8AP. PEAR FROM NEW YORK New. .York, Aug. of ganiblers and keepers of disorderly houses: have suddenly found them- selves suffering from ill health, and 'the eubpoeana servers attached to District-Attorney .Whitman's office say "today that it was surprising ho'w many persons of the underworld' -liavg found it necessary to leave the city at this time .Teh process servers invaded Broad- why (three automobiles to serve subpoenas to appear in the "John to inquire Into po- lice graft. Only four of the men for whom the subpoenas bad been isiued were found. Sores of, others1 for whom sub nas were Issiied, ft was learned, had left the citj TRAINLOAD OF TWINE WEST -Winnipeg, Aug B Lanigan, freight traffic manager Of the G.P.R. aaid today that, a special train load of binder tivineMiad been dispatched from Smith's Palls yesterday. The .doing all in its power, to grapple with the situation, and relievo it. GOING AFTER THE WHEAT SMUGGLERS U. S. ON GRAIN FROM' CANADA Minneapolis, Aug 24 in ground that uo criminal Intent had been proved against smug glers" Minneapolis, John.E. Wilkie, head of Secret S-ar vice, has. refused to ;'divulge the names of the'persons who are report- ed to have paid duty on smug gled goods George EJ.'iKoulkes, the agent who collected. In custom duties from one Minneapolis man, and broke up a ring of smugglers' in this city, declared he was-going after paid in cash April He had spoken to ML Ball about it, who said to hold it-tu, find out il Mr Utiti came back If lie iliiJ not thf chiei was to turn it in lie had spoken to Mr Ball" about it onh a few rfus before h.t suspension The money is in the saic The court wanted to know if it reallj there anrl could be produced Mr Ball telephone Chicf_ Brown to bring over the contents of the and the case proceeded Chief said he hail never been m the safe alone -sui' e l.is suspeii-iun. Explaining thp licenses for teams, paid m bv Mr T H Wlutnev, Chief baid that there was trouble1 about the team licenses at that time, and Whifcncj protested because he thought hib contract was outside tho at) limits AIi Whitnej said he aiiltj see Aid., Bowman about it Alderman's Order Ud Bowman tnen the Chiei and told him nnt to use that inonev until IIP further instructions He had received no mstiuctions ami hence hadjioi put the withes through, the books He had gone to see Bowman about it the df" beforp lie (Continued on Page 11 LAND OFFICE FOR TABER Intel; untrue, in spite of Egan's evi dcncc, Netei Peeened Regarding the second charge, RUMOR THAT IT WILL BE RE MOVED FROM GRASSY LAKE; POINT rtfci, Aug D P Mac Arthur's ng grading outfit pulled ton n, .his iiiormng, ing completed1 thott big contract on the ditch north of here They are shipping out to railroad work north of Edmonton, for thab and will use several cari purpose. Repoits brought into town the i indicates that cutting is progrcbbing Chief said he receded money liapidh in tlie distutfc, manv ol the from of the Cornell of tho ic farmers having more than half ot striclcJ district their gram m the stook With the about Ethrl l< tiller's evi-'hot weatht-r of tbe few days i later giam has rapi.lly, and. Chief "It is a deliberate he" iit will not be long till the threshers are busy; I lunrircds of loads of el e been hJiuled this week for the cement to constructed here, and vo understand that the contractors are Mr. Eaton "Did Ethel Fuller alone Chief "7 life without nn escort Regarding tbe evidence jou SPC her in May Floward, Chief Gillespie said be nev onh waiting for their cement to Ur- receded any monies [rom her to commence the actual worK ol cept for the purposeo hei.layim; liic walks evidence lie kept no money fOLhim-j The new Methodist and Pieslntr- sclf, and turned it "all over to un churches are taking tangible purpose for which it given jshipc, and ihc residence of the Tn the case of the ?2G given bj F W MahaHy, tbe new Prcshjtcrian Ilowaid to the fhicf when on Hiril avenue, is ad- Mrs. Hradbeer he had nskf.d for the ART GIFTS TO CANADA London, Aug. the be- quests of Reginald Hcber, of France, a 'member of tlw Stock Exchange, the Canadian government is -to receive -welvo original drawings from Romeo and Juliet, by Frank Dickee, R.A. ouglily commendable and I hope that you ami your asyociates will push It and make it an effective instrument for the attainment, of so pralsworthy an object. Wcvdrow Wilson.1 THE POISONOUS TOADSTOOL Ho'well, Slichlgan. Aug. Kred Hub-hard, her two-year-old child, and hor mother, Mrs, Elizabeth Pit linger, ale toadstools yesterday, mln taking them for mushrooms. Mrs Hubbard'fli'ul child are dead, and Mrs. j Plltlngcr IB ill. bow, Sask, which frpiucntlj gives ins moncv at Bradbeerts request troublfi in seeing'that its grain is..... shipped in bond, and that tho bond is not removed.. I expect to go to that locality "tomorrow, 'after, which I 'rill proceed to Banff, connection with, another Minneapolis case." vanced. With the marketing of the crop, BIO HOTEL IN TORONTO Toropto, Auj. O'- proprietor of the St. Chir- lei Hottl, itited thit morning thlt he had in hand capital erection of a 000 hotel, with tix hundred roomi, which will make it the largest ho- tel in Toronto.. He declined to confirm or. deny a rumort that the would be that now: occupied by the Blihop-Strachin tchao! on Collegt ttreet, near Yonoe, was then matron of: the; merchants are looking forward Uou'C jto a brisk pcnol, and with the nf Regarding the MO giv'cn bv her lo urovcments the town is making, hib Lamb for the old man, the Chifil said (Ull should he a trcord one as tar he icreitcil the from is rn-icerneri who b.ul been given the monev bv j Humor has it that is, to get the llowatd voman on her own nu- the land Oflice, whith till now has liatne He had Lamb an'been )6c'.Ucd in Grabbv Lake AJuoh order lamb's eudencft nas whollj sppcirfatioi is itfc a? to whether the untrue on that point; 'rumor, is foiuricd on fact. MOOSE JAW CAN'TSECURE LABOR .Taw, Saak.. Aug. city is suffering acutely, from a short- ago ot-Iabor. Huildlngs cannot' set laborers; tbe street railway constrr.C- tloh In held up tor men, and now Caron scheme to bring wstu1 29 miles from tho wenf, Is slnndslill, and IB inenaced; with. ploto stoppage for 191S, The are spying city, and luring men away from their: ordinary work, HO great la ihe bftr- %est demind, but tho beat illustration of the situation happened when farmer diftve up lo the Cui'ou wrrkers and hired'iive men out of trench, and drove them ly his j-'J ;