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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 7^ Tiie-i;or o( five men for six days In a Held Of many acrea. We have no fault to find with tliwe methods, providing tho people whom |t ia sought to impress 1)^ means of tbeae samples are en-lightejied as frankly as we were, but we fear this U ,not done, hence wo say that Bucii samples ere likely to con vey a false impression to the world. We also heard of five girls of a Sunday school class being engaged by tho C.P.R. at one of the experimental farms of the province at 11.50 a day for Ave dayfc to band-pick a bushel of wheat, Each girl was given a pint of wheat at a time, the small grains bt tbo man go on suHpojulod .sciiUneo, vvarnin,"; lilm Hint in no caso wus n mtiu iuwitUd In tulUug tho law ii'to his own hands as he had done in this case. The � oft'wood! Into kautHifl tntiatlomi of openSve Iwnl Kood�.. Severn �hfilc� lot wU by leading dMieri. WriH. lodjy for fmf.bgo'' filai v>cni. C.F.STEPHENS6.CQS PAINT AND VAPNISH MAKER5 \ WINNIPEO.CANADA SRAMCH M CAWflBY Hayr Hardware Local Asent* London, Nov. 5.-Dragutin J. Illtch, a brilliant Servian novelist, has written for the London Budget, the following vivid description of the appalling atrocities by the Tiirks on the Serbo-Turklsh frontier since tho war began. "In NoTlbaaar, on Turkish terri tory, a number of Turks entered the house of a priest named Phillip Kum unovitch, in the village of Dubro-vatz. They dragged him into the road and cut off his nose, ears snd lips. Thus mutilated, the fiends took the priest through the streets of the vU lage to show him to the sffflghted peasantry. "When the unhappy man tell down In agony, they gave him a flnlihing strokft by putting n bullet through his head. "The Turkish marauders then went to the next village, where they seleod another priest, Peter Jacaline. They treated bim in similar inhuman fasli-ion, and at last put an end to bis sufferings by shooting him with a revolver. "In the village of Gradina, Turkish soldiers caught on unfortunate peasant, named Vein Tanish, and -tlohal pleasure in ti�e> horrible usage of a daughter under the eyes of her angiiliUied parents', or the maltreatment of a wife in tho sight of her husband. When they find a Christian woman of beauty or 8easts in human form. "Here is one Instance which occurred between the towns of: Ipek and JVJonastir; ' i "A young married woman named Popovitch went toMonastir to g'co ber parents. A passing Turk; pfr-celvihg Mrs. Popovitch,. called^. four friends, and caught her. On seelns the Turks, the yoiing woman's companions fled; leaving her alone'with a defenceless old uncle. "The Turks tied the old man to a tree, and then turned to bU - niece, who was about to become a mother. The old man begged them to kill him so that be might not see. They were indifferent alike to his tears and his prayers. They told him that all Christians should be slain. Eventually they slashed the young woman with a dagger, and she died." McMICKEN IS to BE iNDICTEbf COURT or APPEALti ORANT*i LEAVE TO PLACE l,NFORIMA>. TION AGAINST THE MAGISTRATE Winnlpeg.'s building permits for the years to date exceed the nineteen million mark. Pittsburg's Interests are vjald to bo Rftei' the Manufacturers' Natural Gas Co,, of Hamilton. Winnipeg, Nov. 4.-.The Court of Ai- '0 peals this morning granted leave to.^ W, U. Trueman to'place an informar ticn against Alex. McMickeu, pr'ovliip: clal police magistrate, charging 'hlm?^ with alleged niUdeineanors in conneo* tion with'the trial of two Impersoi^j^-;^! tors arrested the day of the Mai!doH;.'|| aid bye-election at the instigat1on.^Of iiiberal worlsers. The court d^.n^,^^^. express an opinion on the merlta JoV^*"" (he application, though Chief Ji|st}ce:| &iath�r remarked that the mattfr^ trate's course appeared to have i)||iea:-j "contrary to ordlitary, commonM^i^sl instincts of Justice," Prqof waa'flyih en that notice ot the appllcatloi(ibAd| been served on MoMickco perapn'aUj^^i He was not In court today nor r�Hr93?M sented by'cbuDBel. 'T'll^' CONFEmO TO MUflDllt.i'-> St. Catharines. Opt., Nov, 4.-foJi;, lowing aii alleged confession by ~' liam Young, to bis sister, that b* murdered his brotb�r, who was dead at the Kinllh Paper Mill, William Young was remanded (o Jat| f^r| an examination as to his sanity.'. '{-Jl ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WH SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EART SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE " GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUl,, INVIG- ATING DRINK. \^ THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARUY MAI>! AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HI DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 5S4 ;