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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOLUME v. PRICE-FIVE CENTS LcUtbriiig-'c, Alberta. Saturday, November 2, LULE BURGAS DESCRIBED BY A GERMAN WRITER Bulgarian Infantry Per- formed Feats of Daring Unparalled in Mili- tary History AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES Vienna, Nov. Vienna Helens- post this- morning prints a story sent' by its correspondent with the Buljjar- .j, ian army, Lieut. Wegnous, dated from .j thc Bulgarian' headquarters Thursday evening, whibu. says "I have just returned with a train of wounded after having spent three days at the front. For three days and nights-1 have not been out. of un- clothes. My poor horse could not move another step because of ejdiaus- .tion. Tho great and linal battle en- tered the decisive phase Thursday morning, when the Bulgarians' left v.'iag :it Buruarhissar took the of- fensive with mighty impetus. The prelude to tho final crash at arms was a..murderous engagement ended very favorably for the Bulgar- ians, especially on their.right wing Lulo Burgas. "Oil the left where the Bul- garian offenses started the Turns by Woodstock; N. D., Nov. Premier Fleming announced here yesterday that it was the intention of the provincial gov- eminent to establish two agrl- cultural college's. -in Urunswick, one at Woodstock and tho other at Sussex. SIXTEEN PAGESi Number JOT ARMAND LAVERGNE ON THE STUMP FIERY YOUNG NATIONALIST IS NOW OPPOSED TO ERSTWHILE ALLY Quebec, Nov. Lavergno lield a meeting at Lorotie today which' was numerously attended. The pr-In clpal feature of his address was an attack on tlio government with re- gard to its havay policy. Postmaster Cleueral P'elletlor received consider- able attention from the speaker, >vho laid lie had Invited Pelletier to be iresent but lie had failed .to appear. Lavergno was frequently applauded during his address. He was tho onh speaker. ENGLISH WRITER SAYS FLAX DOES NOT WEAKEN SOIL HIT MONTREAL ARfe VERY FEW Doesn't Seem to be Many Ambitious to ASMIIUC Experience Across Pond Goes to Show that it! is Very Beneficial The Herald is read in almost every Jakiug -the: pirensivc from Sera, by arc t way of against t Jan-left.wmg had attempted to mec t( corner of the globe ami by many srnliers. The Herald re. Yesterday a lefr- from Wallace, th. danger ttoataing line of' tckeal, owing to the DuIgarrna ud- J'to .an article, in the Herald M.WK., time ago dealing with flax cul- Turks also s had succeeded in "driving back the advance body of the "Bulgar-: esnrcHnv thp ufrnw; ians beyond Karagedcresi and Bunar- esPcciali-v the .go dealing turc and the use of -.tlie by products tissar. Tuesday when the mighly (Bulgarian counter attack was deliver- ed against their right wing from a line running from Uskub to H'adjiiak- li and Monstirdagh, the Turks' From isimply run down by startling with un paralleled d tt succee led iz who seems to be an-.authority 'on agricul- ture takes issue party'quoted in the Herald as follows Kditor Lethbridgu Daily: Herald Sir of youi 30th Aug. has been sent to'me hi ref- erence to cultivation I read I with inteiebt the remarks oi "Mr C I1 Wjnnn on his crop of flax ami hn BETTING BRISK ON WILSON EASY FAVORITE WITH THAT RO'oSEVELT WILL BEAT TAFT New York, Nov. betting, on tbe election was more bi 1 m Wall street yesterday. -Frank No. 2. Broad Street, placed against that Roosevelt would-set Nominations Deg "ML elections Dec 9 fl Only a montu and jet Ihe active municipal candioitcs out. from under cover. However, some new limber is being. uncovered, and Mithm a couplt ol weeU ihe fijit will It on in earnest Ju t the slate appears something like this C LO M Hatch Jos Gil lespie and D L Ilartlie A Arthur .Hayr, Jas. Ash- c-rott Fusk J McCambh On Tuesday neAl u.i the meeting ol Hie t council Ud Adams tender Int. re'-iyiation This is in keeping; with his announce tiienl effect made to the Her aid sonic lie reiteiited his injtntion Skeith hi slid nothhij., fur ther about tendering his resignation and it.-is altogether likely that he will fill out liis'term which ends lice, 19 Id f riiLije ill tlitfcfore be a m ivoi and ONE DEATH AND SEVERAL MINOR THE TOLL YESTERDAY death and sevcral.minor accidents was tho toll taken when wind storm swept down upon the city and surrounding country; yesterday "afternoon between 'ive and seven o'clock. When -the gale was .at Its. height OUR of the doors- of1, the foundry of the Canadian Sfeel Company, at Tongue noint. swung11 on its hinges in the blast.and crushed Alfred a laborer, between H and a railroad car. Michael was linfrled to the Western hospital! in, an unconscious condition, but died before ihe institution was reached; j JURY ACQUITS ALBERT GRAHAM TURKISH PLEASANTRIES Sofia, Nov. .evac- uating UunaruisEar, 'the Turk- ish troops shut up two hundred Bulgarians in the barrack? pnd sst fire to the building, ac- cording to the newspaper. Mir thc peil bed Thc Turkish troops; nccordint, to the same newspaper, also are massacrlnj, Bulgarian resi- dents hi. the Slru na Carniaiigaj! Case Ended at Was Lot of Pei'inry Sot guiitj was the of the JIHJ ii the case of Albtrt Graham, who. lives'near Carmarigay; nd who has been on trial for two days in the Supreme.Court bererbef' foie Mi Justice on the charge rour aldeimcn to elect the ubtuuirL ivuosoveil gel nf ,nlmril twice as many electoral vote, a, T-rt l will beat Straus and ?1000 on-.Siih.- reining Vdams Hoo ovoit tets Vld Bowman three times the electoral uittb of! inii Ishcrolt Taft and to tlut lie gets Three c-ndimlei, arc mentioned lor four tunes as many. the 'mayoralty .seat. Mavor' Hatch Wil on is still 1 to J UK! some eot wi'l vain it m the fiUd Chief. 1 'fillnpic n allow his nan e to Other beta rere 51 .OWUmt ,ial d But just at tie piebtnl tune some--doubt whether or n'ot Ihp Turkish rifchl Siliotfs raim dege, two ciopi) ir one season mi in stited he purposed allo enled into senseless miaws without most of llmt Void icres It tho th? jag the Turkish po il Lulc Burgas fiom Fskibaba Mr vint to !to 1. :Sufzer to vein 2 1-2 to 1 even that Roosevelt beats Taft: even that Suizer gets: plurality in King's coim-ty. One tiet ot" ?550 war, placed agniuit that Roosevelt gets more iiopu' tr than TaEt his nair.'c -1 o go on the WAS NATIVE St John Mi OF ST sml Telandere, Adjavalidoro rivers back Lule Burgas or In Inland I the very op i uch.ii iLoin' posite his been to te the on the case, practical tests have bun and Erkeiie Ihe Bui ra Bo tou years' a er of M G orBe Dc "i Carnej hospiui m ,Io bonl m g( he will 'allow IM lot 1 D I Ilfliue is a'so meiinoiiLd ilh increasing1-frequency as a pos- in the race It is honour 3 an cd on good authority j that he uill noi cume out in opposi JOHN tion io I itch and ai present was 't looks a Ijaml, tt> hand struggle oi police unle s of couibc the lit and the SIXTEEN LOST TELEPHONES NOW EARNING SURPLUS MANITOBA TELEPHONES ARE DO ING BETTER UNDER UTILITIES COMMISSION, CONTROL Winnipeg, Nov.' of, the earnings of the Manitoba govern- nent telephones for the month of public today, by the public utility commissioners, shows an increase over the preceding month n'net revenuo of of which '3.582.23 resulted from' a operating'' .expenses. -The report ihows a balance of revenue over OR- irating 'expenses of for the mouth. ;The revenue.balance for the nine months ending September was The correct- cropping rotation j when'followed by skilled.men iii this ier does not run mayor is returned 1 acclami ion r (Continued frontpage' fRLS -.FOR-.CANNING FACTORY St Totm >ounc; ucn from "Newfoundland pisscu this cky las i ight en route, c Andrews to in a. fish picking factoo of the tdian Can it nencb Limited giils arrived from Sweden- Recently' for the sam-s purpose. Little Steamer Only Four Sank Were takpn without any preliminary ac- tion or artillery support. 'Unequalled in History ''The dash of. the Bulgarian infan- try was unparalleled, and, like the j special artificial fertilizers, but flax none, and the latter :dues not require one-third the labor oi green crops. Third year, wheat on thc whole field. Where (lax was grown was the heav- iest grain'and longest straw, which proves the utter fallacy of stating Has: is very exhaustive' on soil. Tlie feeds on what none ot thc other tactical achievements resulting from it, surpassed all that could he be- lieved possible. Four hundred puces crops require. I should he glad and still further from the enemies' you know.Mr. Wyman's address .to line whole regiments rose like one ask him -to sow wheat on at least man "and hurled themselves in sol- a portion of the land he has'the (lax id charging mass on the enemy with- this year and prove to himself .-that out halting, still firing and despising f his views arc erroneous. L shall cover. "Their officers were powerless against this burning frenzy to get .at the Turks with thc knife or bayonet. All attempts to hold the troopers in leash were fruitless. One regiment the enemy on the totally disre- Aj -The orders to- hali and Ho ffwteH) fierce engagements had resulted successfully for the Bulgar- ians both at Huiiavhissar and Lulc i Burgas, yet they hail struck no decis- ive blow. Early Wednesday unorning glad to give any-further particulars. Yours faithfully, J. .0- WALLACE. FOUND GUILTY OF BIGAMY Sentence was deferred until "next week in the case of George Kawnslcy, J17 years of age, who was'fouml guilty strong Bulgarian forces were brought this afternoon liy Sir. Justice Walsh by forced marches from Ailrianoplc in the supremo court on a charge1 of and renewed the attempt to break bigamy. Tile trial was very brief, through the center of the Turkish crown putting in evidence to show position. Tho llulgariau fell that thc prisoner had been previously partly on the Turks, drawn up in the 'married to one Louisa Hawnslcy front region of Kirk Ivilisseh and the some time in 1S91. While 'witness' viga road and partly in entrenched was giving her evidence the prisoner positions northwest of Lulc Hureas. occasionally hung his head, appareut- AHcr heavy lighting, ami- continu- ly avoiding casting his eyes ou his ally repeated murderous bayonet as- former wife. The defence admitted saulls tnc Bulgarians succeeded by Hint prisoner had gone tl rough the. noon in breaking through the Turkish form of a second marriage with one position, and in co-operation with an Sarah Elizabeth Boothman in LCth- attack delivered (simultaneously at bridge .some time ago- Mr. Palmer Lule Burgas, -in rolling up the whole for (he defence, put tlie prisoner in Turkish wing. j box, who described at Icngin his General Retreat relationship with his former wife "Here in the early afternoon began with whom he (lid not secnv to be oil a general retreat on the line at Lulc very good terms. Prisoner said he Burgas and Dedcrekimi along the had been a proper complete fool to! railway and in the direction oi Tchcr- which the court assented. In aniwerl lu. Tnc Bulgarians, immediately took to His Lordship prisoner stated that I flic pursuit and continued io press he had met a man who had' told him fhe enemy with extraordinary energy Hint his wife had iret with an acci- dent in Edmonton and had passed away. Prisoner thought his- wife was dead. Sarah BooUimnn, wife No.' Meantime on their own left save, evidence or her with i southeast of Uunarhissar, tlie the prisoner.- Witness said that uris- ians had completely enveloped tlic inner informed her Ural livliK MI leih-i Tiirlw from the norlheast. was just like living in (he old IVIicn dawn brolc today (Tlrars- n.untry. It was the Liverpool of fiin- aay) n dccisivn attack upon the right adu. This latlrr remark aniused the (Continued on paijc jroiirt anil N RETURNS 'Are you a Wilson man? Are you a Taft supporter? Are you a Bull Mooser? not make a bit of differ ence whether you belong to any of the' above factions, you' are surely interested in the Issues of the American elections next Tues- day, and to satisfy the desire of those who wish to hear the results hot off thc wires, the Herald has made' arrangements with the tele- grsph company to instal 3 special wire in the Connress Auditorium, where everyone may come and hear .the results as they come in. are thousands of Ameri- cans In the south who are deeply Interested in the. three-cornered (ght. south of the fine, and Can- adians, too, are not unacquainted with the issues. It promises to be a wild night on .the American side.--.pome to the big auditorium and hear ail-about-it. There will, likely be a features on the programme, to fill in the in- tervals. THE'E-ULEEB OF THE BALKANS J'M tlrroughoiit the night, the result be- ing that Ihe Turkish retreat debater- ated into wild flight. Quei, tremendous storm last stea Cecihd a htt'e bo it which phe beti een Monti eal ind Field bank al Isle PeiroL Luke. St. Louis Vs as tin be learned it leis sixteen persons were'drowned; com prising men, women On ly four men were saved. Pho sumvoib die Lionel Leduce son of t'ie co.pt un Jean Induce ley Field; A. H. Edilldideou licld 1 oh. Conyiueaivi St. Cct Soon aftet ing1 the L Canal, and euteniig the, lake. >the term caught the fralUHttt'S'craft, onlj iJ-> tons and gan to toss it aboul at Cajit Leduce made valiant to keep uudei contiol And to o in otoim itiade a head way, About o clock the of the stom and the cratt e cut of control conmleleh With tl of the 5-j and a lulf nile gald behind her uishud toward thi, south ml stn cl tile with a "force that smaBhcd-lier thiii wooden hull to fragments..arid threw passengers aml.crev; inio.thfa water the slip jtest The shncl-1 i d ghouts of the peo pie in the wotei Attracted the atten tiou of a. fai'iuer iianved Alexander Lon field, who heroically put-out in1 a boat to the scene of tbe He found the four men 'saved clinging to Ihe wreckage, which was everywhere vis- ible, j These bo took safely, to shore, but though he searched all night he could recover no mere. A caraful search for the bodies was carried on all through tbe morning, but up to noon only one body had been found, that of a man, it being nicked up sonic miles from the scene c[ the wreck. It is expected thai, the oibor bod- es will float doivn the St. Lawrence River, sonic to bs found, which MI make it hm.nsHibUj to find .out just, how many did lose their HVOF DEAN'S. CASE POSTPONED HC iv i 'rnrle D jn ivirh having- robbed the Bunk c.f M 1 real at New Wastuiinstor ev- er a yeitT ago, of wa i i in ooi r! iod n a of stealing nine head of horses froiii Bros on lath Apul His LoidMilp innounced that he agreed entirely with the verdict- ol the jury and -thereupon discharged the' prisoner in tbe following words: 'Graham, you may go. The dominating teature this morn ing in the cast was the evidence ofj the accused in his own defencp Gra-' ham ei ected a ery fai orable 1m--; pression. Arter bv counsel His, Lordship s summing un was a fair! impartial one, cohering the his tory of the' case.'He: said there wgs no witnesses liad-come, intn rnnrt1 and with tho imprint of their lips fresh on the sacred book, had.-perjured their souls before A1- mighU God His Lordeliip woa there fcie pleased that It was the had to settle the case and not people lied will probablj live to icgiei it Scrgt. Ash Testifies Detecino Sergt Ash of the B W P sworn in answei to Mi Conybeaie evidence as to what he 1 new conceinmg the alleged stol en bojaeg and to how many of tup animals ho found m the course pf hi' Ini eatlgations spoke of the a certain induidual liti bad fclveu to Graham It on die of tha llth of Mav that it 3 disfovercd the man lie loo! foi was Bert Haiton Wituesb. af seeing took a tatement Eiom Jiim and tuBrcaftor rrrtsteil hlai 'Witn Hb dcecubed the distance held and s'' Ihe sergeant told ot i i to Grab im b place with a, senth 1 lie foand certain hats on different occasions. CroEs-oxainln- bj "Mi V ckij si ti the hats referred to were commonly ivorn, in the western countr> Parent's Version Samiiol Horton, father of Bert-'Hor- ton, referred to a conversation he bad day at -his house with GrahaiiK Witness recollected a conversation herein 'Graham bad asked .bis son'.to drive some horses as be (Graliant) bad a pain in his side. Graham-'said he w inted mj son to di ive some 1 rises to 0 Tott b place "Witness mlcel u nil e Crown v (tespilc the pi- Hitnrit hi'; case stood over '-irmi uu t 1 I h i el.- De: said not in favor of the boy talcing tlie horses. Graham iiorso was tired and that he wanted to get a fresh horse, The horse :'laj- in the stable and refused to cxamined witness said Grahaui's'horsV was rather a work horse than or saddle bo-rse. This was on the dity.. of Anril If a horse, bad .been." driven say 3ii inilcs; 'would it leave it in a tired condition? asked counsel, to which witness assented. Witness 'said Graham asked allow his bay to take a-Bunch "of" horses; to O'Tott's. Witness told a neighbor Gr-aeina.n, that his boy was arrested .r-j ami also told tho same party what'the boj u rested for Connst! Did ttll tlie Gretn mans that what Graham told you on April 15 was that Graham wanted Bert to-go with him to hunt horses'1 (.Continued on page 10) Xov. tint the. Un uiuv i b :ts