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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January 9,1013. TTIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Reason Why You put into every article you bake-your experience, knowledge and skill. We have put into Alberta's Best Baking Powder our supremest effort. If you exercise the same care in thd selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, you will order Alberta's Best every time, because it is always uniformly excellent, arid invariably certain-in results. JUDGES ARE BUS! AI POULTRY -London, Jan. 9;-The Times believes that a friendly arrarigemment regarding AdTianople-is still possible, and, indeed, was alost concluded In Informal negotiations between Dr. Daneff �!nd Rechad Pasha ten days ago,,but that apparently the intervention: of Roumanla led Turkey to stiffon her attitude. .Reports from Constantinople and Sofia agree that the meeting Of Nazlm Pasha and Noradurighiaii Eftendi, -with General .Savoff, ..Tues'day> con-! cerned Adrianbple,* but differ, as tp the results of the/.disoussi'on. Must Have Adrianyple, London, . JaW P.-The! Constantinople correspondent' of'the Times announces that-1*'fresh instruction's sent, the Turkish delegates at�iondbn, authorize thorn to,make fresh proposals with regard to 'the Thracean frontier. These have been approved ;by the military authorities', but the correspondent adds there sis no sign of weakening on the question of Adrianople. The Sofia 'correspondent :of the Times says that'flie:'initiative1, in the conference between1 r|�7.fmyPa8ha and Ncradunghian Effk�di' ;and General Savoff came from Turkey .w; Peace possibilities v/ere discussed', but General Savoff'insisted that: Adrianople must l>e surrendered. War Must End / Cologne, Germany,.] Jan. 9.-The .Cologne Caz>�tte's'..'.Berlin, .'despatch eays that (he .representations ba .!Jn,acle to the^c^^^ take' the- form, of^ joint action; ,�Sj-|J- "It is not oriiy the Powers' 'Wish,'*' adds the despatch, "but also in the m-' terest of Turkey that Europe desires to Eee the war ended, shall be expressed in the most vigorous manlier." Tough Conditions in Besieged"City London, Jan. 9.-A London Times Sofia despatch says: "At a mseting whlclrGeneral Savoff held on Tuesday afternoon with Naz-im Pasha, on the Bulgarian side of the Tehatalja lilies, the possibilities of peace were discussed. Savoff insisted that Bulgaria cculd in no circumstances be satisfied 'unless Adrianople v/ere delivered into her hands. "The. Turkish representative replied that he hoped peace would be signed within one 'week. The inltia-,tive-of tile above comes from Turkey. "According, to1.letters frcrh the Bulgarian -Hire* before Adrianople, Turkish deserters* "are -coming in every day. They declare that disease is making'havoc ini the ranks of the surviving troops and citizens. There is reason to think that the food supply is by no means exhausted yet, It is believed here that the Turkish heir-ap--.parent Is in the beleaguered city." Copenhagen, . Jan. 9.-With a national object in view to provide lands ana assist Danea already in Canada and trie.- western '.United States, as well as those now emigrating, a syndicate is..-being;formed here with some of the;, most influential capitalists of the, kingdom-behind it. The plan of the company is to purchase llahds in the mixed farming district in Western Canada, these.lands to: be leased to.' settlers of Danish and Scandinavian extraction; desirous of . making their homes in the- newer districts of the Canadian West.. Preparations ai5g already under way for the establiehrhent of "a settlement at Canora, Basic _ This location was chosen after a Tatge portion of the available lands had been investigated as to the possibilities '6f successful mixed farming; and.will be the first settlement: of Danes of any extent in Canada. '.'''.., '"' Butter,- cheese; eggs, and beef and hogs "Will form tihe chief products of the colony, but gfaiu growing 'will also receive attention; "and essenf.le.ily the mixed' farming ^vill prevail; The long-cohtinued shortage of dairy" products, Vnieats and 'poultry in 'the west, with-the consequent high market prices, ,will.certainly, in view Of the excellence.' in these products 'attained by these; people at home, as-supe them of ah exceedingly profitable industry for years.' One hundred settlers arc due to leave Denmark next pTin;ch to take up .residence on the jswrns pro'vfd ed,; ^hich have been.spec-^selected to* nCeet their, require-^nifeftB.^ ' -. '^jii'jough the influence of the financial packers of the' company,, it is learneaV-that several industries will also be established at Canora, more or less in connection therewith, by Danish capitalists, including a large brewery and cheese factory. Eventually storage plants and selling agencies will be established at Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary', Edmonton, 'Saskatoon and other western Canadian cities. EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Magnificent Collecti-m of Birds Greatly Admired by the Spectators mmigration Laws are Envoke (Continued from front page). PREMIER ROBLIN PRESENT-LIBERAL LEADER IS READY FOR THE FRAY � Winnipeg, Man., .Ian. 9.-With the usual ceremonies the third session lot the thirteenth legislature of Manitoba was.'opened at three o'clock this afternoon^ Jby Lieutenant-Governor Cameron in the midst, of a large gathering of members and others. Premier Roblin; while not in the hesfc of health, was present and will J.ead; the house (luring the session. '� '1\ (J, Nprfis', the opposition leader, , hajs, just, returned. from, a trip to . British-Columbia, and declares that the Liberal members are in excellent .fighting-trims The speech from the / forecasted no new legislation of importance,: and was principally devoted to routine matters. The hope ,\vas expressed.- that in the near future Winnipeg would be linked up by a; prpvincially owned railroad with the new line to Hudson Bay.  ' ! :.' ' \ �.'' ..... i For Successful Baking Don't waste flour and other good materials trying/to make good bread with poor yeast,but use White Swan Yeast Cakps., .Live grocors sell six cakes, for. 5c,.-. Free sample on request. \Vttt^'Swa;h Spices & Cereals, Llrnlt-td,Toronto,- Ont-. G Nothing more was done until this morning, when Mrs. Catdwell saw Chief Davis and tolcL. him- the whole story. The letter of the Towner attorney was confirmed, and Detective Kroning went to 'A. E. ''Humphries of the Immigration Department, stated the case, and it was decided to arrest the m*an and charge him under the immigration Act. ' The officer went to the house accompanied by Mr. Humphries. At first Ilamnigan declared" positively that he was married to Mrs. Card-well, 'but on being told that the whole story was known, he confessed that he had been living with her immorally for some-time past, and further that lie had paid her 'fare to Canada. The arrest was then made, and the preliminary hearing set for  this afternoon. Hannigan is a good looking , man, about 35 5-ears of age, and says he was a brakeman on the Northern Pacific, out of St. Paul,'before7 coming to Lethbridge. Mrs. �'Cardwell shows the strain of the past two months, but is still a line-looking woman under middle age, while the little hoy is as bright a child-ajs can he found. The police consider .it one of the most important arrests' of the year. A ** *% .#*� .J. be hoped that the city market will be well patronized this evening and all day tomorrow. Let",bridge poultry fanciers are making a capital showing. Em-merson, with his Single Comb White Legiliorns has secured the majority of the prizes. Wheeler & Wcstbrook Bros., are also well up in the list with their White Orpingtons. The display of Cochin Bantams by local men also held their own fairly well while a few of the prizes for Buff Orpingtons will remain in-the city. The show deserves the warmest support of the citizens. The following is a list of additional prize winners: Leghorns-Single Comb White Cocks-Johnson Bros., 2nd, P. King; 3rd 1. Emmerson. Cockerels-1st and 2nd, I. Emmerson; 3rd P. F. King; 4th J. A. Mas-sey. Pullets-1st and 2nd, I. Emmerson; 3rd P. F. King; 4th J. A. Massey. liens-I. Emmerson; 2nd J. A. Massey; 3rd P. F. King. Leghorns-Rose Comb, White Cocks-1st and 2nd J. A. Massey; 3rd Johnson Bros. Mens-1st and 2nd, J. A. Massey; 3rd, Johnson Bros. Cockerels-1st and 2nd, J. A. Massey. Pullet-1st and 2nd, J. A. Massey; 3rd Johnson Bros. Wyandotte Golden Laced Cock- 1, Chas. Carey ; 2, 1. Emmerson ; 3, Clias. Carey. Hens-1, Chas. Carey; 2, I. Emmerson ; 3, Chas. Carey. ( ockeruls-1, 2 and 3, Chas. Carey. Wyandottes,' Silver La.ce'd. Hen-1, ,1. Mursey ; 2, Johnson Bros.; 3, Jas. Benton. Cockerels-1, �Johnson Bros.; 2, J. Massey ; 3, J. Massey;, Pullets-1, Johnson Bros.;.2 a^nd 3, J. Massey. Black Wyandottes, Cock-1, Sam 'Jones. ' Men-1, Sam Jones. l.'ockerrl-1, Sam Jones; 2, Johnson Bros. Pullets-1, Sam Jones ; 2, Johnson Bros. ' � 1 1 Hens-I, Sam Jones. Light Brahma Cock-1, P. and F. Ring, Lethbridge ; 2, Sam Jones, Lethbridge ; 3, Sam Jones. Light Brahma Hens-1, Sam Jones; 2, P. ami F. King ; 3, Sam Jones.-Light Brahma Cockerel-1 and 2, P. and F. King ; 3, W. Simm. Light Brahma Pullet-1, M. C. Wallace ; 2 and 3, P. and F. King ; 4, Jennings. Dark'Brahma Cock-1, M. C. Wallace ; 2, Sam Jones. Dark Brahma Hen-1 and 2, M. C. Wallace ; 3, Sam Jones. Dark Brahma Cockerel-1, 2 and �, M. C. Wallace. . Cochin BulT Cockerel Pullet-I, John Nixon. Cochin Black Cockerel Pullet-1, Johnson Bros. Black Langshan Cock-1, J. B. Ririe. Black Langshan Hen-1 and 2; J. B. Ririe. Black Langshan Cockerel-1, J. B. Ririe ; 2, Joe Thompson ; 3, J. A. Gray. Black Langshan Pullet-1, J. B. Ririe ; 2, Joe Thompson ; 3-, J. A. Gray. Wyandotte Buff Cock-1, p. and F. King ; 2, Pickering. Men-1 and 2, P. and F. King ; 3, Pickering. Cockerels-1 and 2, Balsdon ;' 3, P. and F. King. Pullet-1 and 2, P. and F. King; 3, Balsdon. Wyandotte White, Cock - 1, H. Ross ; 2, Chas. Carey ; 3, H. Rous ; 4, H. Scott. Hen-1, II. Ross; 2, H. Ross ; 3, Chas. Carey ; 4, Chas. Carey. Cockerel-1, Chas. Carey ; 2, H. Ross ; 3, L. II. .Jones ; 4, J. Pickering. Pullets-1, II. Ross; 2, B. Scott ; 3, Chas. Carey ; 4, C. I-I. Jones. Partridge Wyandotte, Cock-1, F. Parker ; 2, J. A. Gray.' Hen-1, J. A. Grav. Pullet-1, J. A. firay ; 2; W, J. Tyson ; 3, F. Parker. Rhode Island Reds, Single Comb- 1, Ehlert; 2, H. Perry. Hen-1, H. Perry ; 2, II. Perry. Cockerel-1, W. J. Tvson ; 3 and 3, H. Perrv. Pullet-1, H. Perry ; 2, W. J. Tyson. Rhode Island Red, Double Comb, C'pckcrel-1, Andrew Graham1;"^, J. Massey.  . "  ' ' � � 'Hen-1, Jas. Blair. Cockerel-1-and 2, Balsdoii';" Pullet-1. anil 2, Balsdon:"-.,/� The judges will in all likelihood complete toheir arduous duties some time this evening and the;flnat ,:p'rize winners will be published toiiiorrciw, Office 1224 Res- 1115 This Year It's a good world. The fact, that you Have had another year lacked to Your age is nothing that should make You grumble if you'd an ache In your old bones.. This year will go Much like the others. You may know A bit of grief, but, ir you do, You're better for a tear or two. We all are better for the tears That, we have known along the years; For, having had our own, we know The feeling of another's woe. Grief makes a fellow's heart expand, and makes him roach to clasp the hand Of some poor fellow man when he's All in and beaten to his knees. But there will be the funny Bide To things. The grins will be as wide As last year's grins. Children will run With their curls flying in the sun; Roses will bloom and styles will change This year to something new and strange, As just last year they changed, and you Will get a useful grin or two. If this year means an uphill climb 'Twill come just one day at a time; A short day's climb, and then a rest To gather strength to do your best The next day. And each time that you Smile you'll get. back a smile or two. And then, in each night's gathered gloam Will shine the twinkling lights of home. m m  Hostesses tomorrow :- Mrs. J. M. Aitken.    Not receiving tomorrow :- Mrs. William Bailey. Mrs. Dull.  �  Mr. Billy Hogg, accountant in the Bank of Ottawa, left yesterday morning for Ottawa to visit his parents.- Edmonton Journal.  * � Miss Ina Matthews, Mr. Reinhcld von Warlich, and Mr. Barry Higgins, of Londoii, Eng., are the guests of their P.oyal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Connaught at Government House, Ottawa.'    Mrs. Toombs, of Raymond,, and Mrs. ..Walsh, of Grassy. Lukej, were delegates to the.Macleod Prosbyterial, whicii convened in Knox today.. -.';  *  Miss Cokinger returned this morning from Lethbridge to resume her duties on the teaching staff of the public school.-Saskatoon Daily Star.   * Mr. and Mrs. A. Southard and Miss Kathleen Southard leave next' Thursday for Long Beach, California. Miss Vrooman and Miss Q-ilmour, who spent the holiday season in Cal-' gary, returned home this aiternooh; I ..... j Miss Kathleen Southard, who has been ill with grippe for some time past was able to be out again, yesterday, i  * ' Mrs. J. 0. Wilson was- hostess oi an informal little thimble tea this afternoon in courtesy to her guest, \ Miss Dixon, of Dundas. j  - � Mrs. George W. Allison, Seventh! Ave., is entertaining at two affairs this week. On Friday afternoon she will be. hostess of a card party and on .Saturday of a thimble tea. I "... j Mr. and Mrs. O. 1-1. Powers and family, Twelfth St., leave on Saturday morning tor Valparaiso, Indiana, where they will reside in future, although Mr. Power will continue his farming interests in this vicinity.  � * Mrs. 0. F. P. Conybeare received a wire from Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fisher yesterday, stating that they were leaving Toronto today for New-York and expect to sail for Bermuda on the eleventh. Mr. Dixon, of London, England, who has been visiting in Eastern Canada en route to Lethbridge, is expected on Saturday afternoon to join his daughters, who are guests with Mrs. A". Hall. * w � The tennis dance tomorrow evening will brighten up � socially quiet week and judging trom the enthusiasm manifested the attendance will be very large. More pieces in the orchestra and more elaborate refreshments promise to make this one the best of the series to date. w i;i v -Mrs. 0. H. Powers, who leaves shortly to reside in Valparaiso, Indiana, was the raison d' etre of a smart luncheon given today by Mrs. F. J. Cumming. Christmars decorations were eficc-tivc at the prettily appointed board, where covers were laid for the members of the executive board and program committee of the Mathesis club, of which Mrs. Powers has been a prominent member. ... Word has been received from Dr. and Sirs. R. C. McClure, who are at present at the Shoreham Apartments, Magnolia Ave., Long Beach, Calif., that they are enjoying the weather, which is very hot and delightful. They spent Now Year's Day ac Pasadena, at the tournament of roses, which was very grand, the parade being witnessed by two hundred thousand visitors. Tempts ng READY IN A JIFFY1 You can't resist that tasty sea-salty tang! Go ah dad. More you eat the better. Your system needs lots of nitrogenous nutriment. AtlarJttC fish is just the thing. Economical. Boneless, every bite a glad one. Wholesome as the ocean. Directions on package tell of quick, easy dishes. Your dealer: "HALIFAX" and "ACADIA" CODFISH. ? -> > > ? v > > CANADA THE MECCA CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The choir of Wesley church are reminded of the rehearsal which will be held this evening.   . The Flower Guild will visit the Gait hospital as usual at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. � � * The fourth meeting in connection with the week'of prayer will be held this evening in First Baptist church. Mr. W. Jordan and Rev. B. Pickle will speak on the subject, "Religion in-the nation." � * * The Sick-room Sunbeams met yesterday aiternoon with Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare, when the. meeting took the form of a farewell to Miss Kathleen Southard, the first president of the organization. Before leaving the retiring president graciously presented a live-dollar gold piece to the funds of the society. *  * The Mathesis club held a well attended meeting at the home of Mrs. T. R. Davidson yesterday afternoon. Mrs; Frank A. Stoltze gave an interesting sketch of the life of Shakespeare and defined the place in his Work occupied by "King Lear," the study of which was commenced by the club yesterday. Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham gave a clever paper on "Early Britain," and 'Mrs. Ingram followed with a thoughtful paper on "Astrology and Literature." A. resolution, of renret was passed at the departure of Mrs. O. H. Powers to Valparaiso, and of appreciation of her work. Mrs. Powers was one of the originators of the club and a member of the executive and program committee. � � � The annual meeting of the Women's Home Missionary society of Knox church was held last evening. Two excellent papers were read, the first by Mrs. W. H. Conibear on "The Christ Child," and the second by Mrs. Thomas Tovlor on "Canada for Christ." The important business of the meeting was, the*election oi officers, which resulted as follows : President (re-elected) - Miss Mc-Leay. First Vice-Hresident-Mrs. McClure. Second Vice-President-Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham.' Secretary-Miss Mabel Black. Treasurer-Miss McNabb. Pianist-Mrs. W. J. Nelson. The splendid sum' Qf $211.20 has been raised by the society during the past- year.- ; - � SONS OF ENGLAND HAD JOLLY TIME INSTALLED OFFICERS, HONORED 1912 WORKERS AND ENJOYED A SUPPER There was a large and enthusiastic gathering of members of the local lodge of the Sons of England at the S. O. E. Hall last night on the occasion of the installation of the officers for 1913. The ceremony was conducted in an efficient manner by Bro. W. J. -Wade, PvPji' and tho following were the officers installed: : ' iPast president, vy> E. Hoiberton; president, F. T. "Robins, D.DV; vice-president, C. E. Sydal; chaplain, W. Htot.6;'..fin.- sBc.j.,C....Qlbs;Qn; .fee. see,.; J. Redman; 'treftsuror'"'J. R. Welling- ton; committee, T. Standing, W. Stand ing, C. Wakelin, A. Carr, W. Andrews, and J. Figgins; inside guard, E. Hoiberton; outside guard, j. Kilner; auditors, R. C. Farrfs, T. Oxland, J. B. Gas-kell; trustees, L. Asquith, W. E. Hoiberton, C. Et Sydal. Bro. W....Hoiberton was presented with a.Past President's jewel by the lodge for his, services in the chair during 19li-12, and Bro. C. Penrose was a'wafded the prize for the crib tournament, in the shape of a � handsome' gold watch fob. After the closing of the lodge, the newl^nstalltod officers entertained the member's to at light supper, following whWh a smoking concert was the order, the following contributing to the programme: Bros.  W�fltW, Gibson, Sydal, Swift, Paunch, Pearson, Kealey, Faunch, sr., and Carr. President1' F; T. Robins decupled" tne, elixir, ;I3ros.' "Clark and E. FaiiricH. act-' . iiVg'as.; accomn^hiiSts.-j The Quarterly and annual, balanee sheeta^ere' prq�ented t6 the-inera-bers, and showed the lodge to be in a very flourishing condition, and the ;i>r'QH�3ct:#.fdi? th^ year are%xceedirigly bright, : ' ." ?v ' " ? Emigration is beginning ex- ? ? ceptionally early, for about five ? ? hundred persons left Great Bri- ? : tain yesterday for Canada > ? aboard the Royal Edward. ? > * : : : ? > * ? ? * o * o BADLY BURNED IN SAVING HIS PAPERS BLAZE THIS MORNING DESTRO , ED HOME OFJ. G. HAYNES -NOTHING SAVED Badly burned about the head and face, J. G. Haynes, foreman of the car repair shops of the C. P. R., is lying in Gait Hospital today, suffering from injuries received at the fire early this morning, which completely destroyed his home in the shop district, immediately north of the Arlington Hotel. The fire was a fierce one while it lasted, and the inmates of the house were able to escape to a neighbor's clad only in their night clothes. The fire started about 4.15 in one of the bedrooms. An attempt was made to extinguish it by means of a small chemical, but the flames spread, and when the alarm was rung in at 4.28, the building was In flames. On the arrival of the firemen, the pressure frum the hydrants was very poor and the ehgine was called into use, but the frame.building was good food for the flames, and before the fire was under way the house and contents were a total wreck. >:: Hayiies met With his accident shortly after the arrival of the brigade. Remembering that he had left some important papers in the house, he'dashed into the seething flames to get them, and when he came out his clothing and hair were on fire, and he was nenrly exhausted. Firemen attended to his injuries at once, and this morning he went to the ho&pltttl for treatment. The bitter cold night worked against the firemen, and the men cftme in this morning with their clothes frozen to them. , The loss of the furniture was covered by insurance, while the building, which belongs to the C. P. R., is covered by the company's blanket policy. LADY WALKER WAS DEVOTED 10 HOBBY HER WILL REVEALS LIFE-LONG DEVOTION TO AN HONORED MEMORY London, Jan. 9.-Revealing her intense devotion to the memory of iter soldier husband, the will of Lady Watker, widow of Sir: Mark Walker, the hero of the battle^bf Inkermaiij in the Crimean war, was filed for probate today. To the officer in command of the East Lancashire regiment, to which her husband belonged, to be kept in the officers mess in perpetuity, Lady Walker left a number of articles,' including her husband's Victoria Crtfs^ and the long gray coat worn hv Gen-Walker at the battle of Inkei'man. Her instructions for her burial beside the body of her husband read as follows : "My wadding ring shall not be .removed from rhy finger, but shall with the locket containing a photograph of my deat husband and a bundle of his love letters, tied around with a yellow ribbon, be buried with me." . One condition in a large number ;of family requests, is that her adopted son shall not spend his holidays with or otherwise reside with Catholics. AGENCY OF SATAN JAMES L. HUGHES CREATES SENSATION BY ATTAOK ON ONTARIO'S EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM ' ' � " Tl L6RD ROBERTS' DAUGHTER ENGAGED'-HE HOPES TO BE A GRANDFATHER Toronto, Jan. 9.-In a speech in which the uplifting of the boyhood of this city was his theme, Df. James L. Hughes, chief inspector of Toronto schools", denounced the present entrance examinations as the "greatest agency of the devil in all Canada," He explained that he referred notably to the government's requirement; of students ambitions to gradual from the elementary to the secondary or high school. THREE YEARS FOR BRUTALITY Chatham, Ont., Jan. 8.-^-Geo. Wright, the youthful negro, who brutally as* saulted Geo. P. Dawson, a Chft$ham township farmer, oh New Y9OT$;.Eve> was this morning sentenced-to >ser,ye-three years in Kingston prison. -Th�r prisoner denied that he stole* PdwBon'g money, but admitted striklngi-hinrovf er the head with a brick.and'-t'^h when he fell to the ground, kicking him in 'he face. COMMITTED" FOR TRJAt At CardstQp, before;JuBt'ie�i;BarkeiV Hugh Stewart, � of. K.i"ml?*ll/ vecefved his preliminary hearing- oij a charge of stealing pigs,, and was,committed for trial at the next sitting of the Supreme Court. J. R. Falmetv of LSo he, is the onlyiiian oil earth- privileged to pin on two v]fc'-toria .Crosses.  r "-�-'-J  ' -. -~-'�'�' -v> .*>>**??>? * * *'�'��� . ? OH! HORRORS, IN T�'�S(',# '> Toronto, Jan, Police1 ' r*>'-t^> ? oortta show that during J� there were 1030 female drunk�,; ! > arrested in Toronto comparedv. ^ with 890ths year previousriisfl^w �* keepers of disorderly . houses.1!;*'. .* were iprqseouted Jigalnst .90 JnS^.- �a ' , . .\.,'.)>/'.. ,.v; 3870 ?033 6629 ;