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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbiidge DaUy Herald � ^''i'.\(.'''^.'f": Cits ' ml �VII: LcilibiUlKc Alberta. TiicMduy, Octobei- 8,1012 Number 25lf MONTENEGRO DECLARES WAR AGAINST TURKEY Little Principality Starts Conflagration in Southern European States FORESTALLED POWERS Serious Crisis Created and Other States Likely to Follow Suit MONTKNF.GKO Fierce Fighting Along the!J' rontier all Night -And i * Still Raging Cettinje, Montenegro, Oct. 8.-Montenegro formally declared war on Turkey this morning. The declaration of war was delivered to the Porte, by the Montenegrin Charge d'Affaires. Heavy fighting is airctidy in progress along the frontier. Nine battalions of TurVcish troops Which were proceedingNfrom Scutari to Tusi along the Montenegrin frontier were attacked late yesterday by a detachment of Mallssori tribesmen. The fighting began just ourlside Tusi end Continued all night with vigor. The battle was still In progress this morning. Officially Announced London. Oct. 8.-It is officially announced in Constantinople that diplomatic relations between Turkey and Montenegro have been broken off according to a news agency despatch from the Turkish capital. Powers Make a Plen ,8ofla, Bulgaria, Oct. S.-Tho .Uiii-trlftn mid RuBslnn iiiliilslera at n'obii iDtla.v made joint represeiituiions lo ilio Bulgarian govornment on beliulf ol' tlie poworu. They informed the Bulttariau government that the powers strongly dis-approvo ol' the warlike attitude of the lialkun stale.s and urged upon them a prompt ceBsatlon ol' the military co7i-ceriitratlon. They advised the govern-Mient to leave to the cabinets of the great powers the task of assuming reforms. A Crisis f^eached I'liris, Oct. 8.-The momeiil is one oE lireat suspense as all reali/.o that a (.rials In the balltan aitalrs luiH been rnached and the result of the inler-venitlon of tho powers at Constantinople is anxiously awaUed. Great Britain today Informed Premier Polncaire that she now agrees to the suggestion that intervention at Constantinople should he made col-locllvely by the ambassadors of tho llvo great powers. This strengthens tho hands of the powers in their re-liresenlations. An effort of the Dulgarlau ROverii-ment to borrow $1,000,000 from a bank here has failed. Premier Polncaire having advised against It. Special advices from Soda dwell particularly on the extreme war excitement throughout Bulgaria. Travelers In that country .find the greatest dllllculiy In oh-1 lalnlns the necessaries of life. The prices of common commodities have jumped lip 100 per cent, l^mcllcaliy every able bodied man has gnae lo tho front. Servia is Ready Belgrade, Servia. Oct. 8.-Reports reached here today thajt .Moiileiiegrin troops had crossed the Turkish frontier. The Servian parliament today voted an extra credit of $8,!Mm,0i)i) for milUary puriiose and tho nicrc'luintM of tills city aro making largo donations To tho funds being ralaed for the assistance of poor fa'inillcs wln^se bread winners have been called iijioii for iiillitp.ry service. Three hundred beds with seven doctors and tii nurses sent here i)y tlie Kussliiii lied Cross society arrived liHio today. I'roniler l-*aciillch, speaking at the foncluslon of debate in the Servian imrllameni declared that the 'trual-ineni of the Servliwis in Macedonia had gone from bad to worse and that tho Balkan states could no longer on- poorest blood, and arc tireek Orthodox In religion. The governuieiit 1b in the liaiwls of a Prince, assisted by a coimcll of state. A representative parliaraent was estaldlsh-p(l 111 J.iH)."). Tho chief town i,^ Cettlnje, and has a population lioti of I.OOf). .Montenegro In the' .KIV. century wJs a dependency of Sei'via. It lie-came a. refuge tor the tugitive Servians during the Turkish domination. Kroni 1788 to 18!it; tho MonlcnegTins cc-operated in all the ftiisso-Turklsh wars, and in IS7S their Independence was acknowledged. In 1!)08, after the annexation of Bosnia, Herzegovina and l)y Austrhi, tho Prince, in a proclamatlcn declared tdat the section of tho Berlin Treaty, which restricts Montenegro's freedom of action wa.s no longer binding after Austria's violation of the Treaty. HAD PLOTTED TO BLOW UP GATES OF THE PANAMA CANAL Lurid Story Told by State Prosecutor in McManigal Trial at Indianapolis-Union Officials in League to Ruthlessly Destroy Property-The Ini criminating Correspondence : ? ? : * : : ? > ? : ? ? : ANOTHER BIG THIRD AVE. DEAL Another parcel of Third Avenue property changed hands today , .whenB. B. McCarfy'of this city purchased from R. E. Sherlock the property now occup'ied by Mc-i Kelvic A McGulre, on Third Ave, The property occupies 25 x 126 feet and it is understood the purchase price was in the neighborhood of $25,000. It is Mr. Mccarty's Intention to build on the property In the spring. Messrs. Dowsley & Mu.lhern were instrumental in putting the deal through. EXHIBITS ARE POURING jN^ Car Loads of Material for Various Government Displays Here State of Utah Latest Entry and Will Bring Big Display MISS ECKSTORM LEAMNGPOLL FIRST VOTE ANNOUNCED IN CONTEST FOR QUEEN OF DRY-FARMING CONGRESS At noon today^.the vote for the Dry-Farming Congress Queen was: Mis* Luctle Ecksterm .. .. 210 Miss Eda Hatch ......130 Miss Audrey Naale...... 70 Hardly a fool of space, rcinaiiis in the exhibition buildings at the fair grounds, and still two weeks remain before the congress exposition opens. Fronr'now on until the congress is ? � In spite of the fact that for a few days the preparationg for the cnttr-tainraent ot^^helr Royal Highnesses are occupying'public attention to the oxcluslon of ailmOBtieyery other sub ject, the vote ittjHli^ contest tor the election of a' tjikeen for the Interna-tilonal Dr}--Farniiiig, Congress, at upoij toda^r �*�Ows" itiat'th^/rloiids of the candidates are gettlng-busy. � It would have been difficult to have selected candidates whose popularity in the city of Lothbridge is better es FRANK M. RYAN President of the Structural iron Workers' Union. He was one of the men against whom the government withdrew its cases when the allege dynamite conspirators came up for trial at Indianapolis, onicially opened, llieie will he such tabiisUed a^nd as the cwiteet iproceeds 'S* *** ** ** ** ** : : ? > ? ? BEAT NEW YORK' > * ? ? ? >!>> � ? : '' "> > CALGARY'S MAYOR AND COUNCILLORS WILL VISIT DRY-FARMING CONGRESS IN OFFICIAL CAPACITY -THE ARRANGEMENTS His Worship, Mayor Hatch and Secretary Burns of the Ury-l'Mrmins Congress, spent yeFiordiiy afternoo-i with His Worship, Mayor Mitchell, of Calgary, plaimlUB on Calgary's participation 111 the Inlornatioiuil Congress. Plans now in hand are for the members of the Calgary oily council and ! tho oltlclals of the Board of Trade to ' come lo 1-^thbridgo lor tiie opening of tho Congress, Monday, October 'M, and remaining ofliclaliy two diiys. At this lime a formal invitation will be Issued lo the dolegatoH to ihe Congress to parilclpato in a .�jpeclal ox-oiirsiou to Calgary on l-'rlday, October 30th. Tho Board of 'i'rado and city council of Calgary are pUiiuilng a special entertftlnineiil for the several hu.ndved delegates who are e.'cpected to take the Calgary trip. The Calgary officials are very enthusiastic and will make all arrungenieiits tor the Calgary excursion whether or not the lilaus for tho tour of the whole province inatorlalizo or not. The Calgary Roard of Trade will OKtabllBh a publlolty bureau here during Dry-Karni-lag Congress week ami will bring down with them a largo crowd of on-Ihuslabls to hold (.etlibrklBo enter-talu tho delojiates to the big expoai-Uon. - , , bustling activity at the fair grounds as has never been seen there before. Marie Woodson, Mrs. Woodson and Erie liryati, of Oklahoma City, arrived last night, ctmstilutlng the vanguard of the. American inva.sion for the congress. Mr. Woodson is the Oklahoma live wire on wliom the Oklahonians are figuring to secure thy' congress tor their state next year, llu, �4)pears to be in good trim to uphold his part of the game. He spent the day releasing the big exhibit from bond, and will be busy until the exposition opens sotting it up in tlie main building. 'I'lic Saskatchewan exhibit car arrived last night, and along with it came Prof. 11. .\. Thompson, who will have charge ol the provincial exhibit. Prof. Thompson still carries with him the belief that the Saskatchewan exhibit will capture llio big pri?e and lill Uic ear with silverware on tlicir return. Manitoba's lOxliibit Jlr. Poison, of Manitoba, grain expert of the Oepartmeut ot Intinigra-tion, also arrived this morning, and will put in place tho exhibit trom tho province to the oast. Alberta's Car Then came the Alberta government this morning with their car, with K. L. Itic.hardson lo follow tomorrow. Mr. liichard.'ion gathered the whole exhibit togetlier in Calgary, and will feature the provincial exhibit by an artisitc di.splay of the two oil paintings, "Keeping his iiaiid in" and "An-, other trail cut oil." j The ulhcials of the Department of Agriculture of both Canada and tho I'nilcd .Stales are exiicclcd to arrive this week, and the C.P.R. oxtiibit will also be sliipped shortly all ready for setting up. ^ ' District cxiiiliits hy the do'/.eiis will . iicgin to pour in during the next lew i dajs and liefoie the end of the week' preparations will be under way for the greatest agriculture expositiou in the history ot Canada. , The latest entry conies from Utah, ' the .stale authorities yeslenlay having applied lor space. "The manage-1 nuMil arc delighted ami will give the stjitc all the space possible. it is likely "that the voting, will become rather lively. The Herald will publish the count each day as recorded by the committee, Sidney Jackson and W. J. Armstrong, at noon. Tickets are in the hands of several school children, and more volunteers will bo called for as soon as the visit of the Royal Party is past. Several down town stores have placed tickets on sale, among them being the W. J. Arnistrong.jev.-elry store, the Elite cigar store, J. D. Hlglnbotham Drug store, the McAlpllne & Kllleen confectionery store, the J. S. Ilobert-son 'book store, .lackson & Co., druggists, and F. C. Lowee & Co., real estate office. Rehearsals for the big Torpslfete are progressing every afternoon under th direction of ..Mrs. A. Southimi, Miss Bawden and Mr. R. B. Sha-w, of tho Dry-Farming Congress, JUDGE A. B, ANDERSON ' Who is presiding at the "dynamite conapiracy" trials at Indianapolis by District Attorney Chas. W.: MiHc� ' before the jury at the trial of the ac� |/ cused "dynamite conspirators" feft; terday. The incident in reference t tural Ironworkers," said Mr. Mtller. "John .J. said to McManigal : i We..;, can't get any more dynamite around,' ' here without stealing it. Now;;. yptt'.y go to Panama and see what yon catf/ do down tlicre. The McClintlck-Mat-,'j: shall Construction Co. has a lot � xit^ y dynamite stored down there and you',>; could easily get hold of it and blow^^^i up the locks. That would make tfceraijp sit up and take notice and take their v minds oft the Los Angeles aflalr. Mc^; Mimigal retussed to go at thait tiniC' .Soon after they all were arre8ted.^^. The coutrator mentioned was piie^^So; pending sentence. ' ' Olaf A. Tvcitmoe of San Franelicoi;, now on trial, was accused in the:i;by*V: ernment's statement to the jury fai'v; havliig been the "protector" or thei^ If tho Weatlier Man repents and jy,^^itejs ,^ tl,. Pacific coast, who ceases shedding tears tonight or to- pointed out how the Times auxiliary morrow torcnoou l.ethbridge will plant w%s blown up, and who ptom-brush up its grandest garb-und don it, j^etl lo' the" dynamiters that'hift for a royal welcome to Canada s (Tvditmoe'S)Mond3hip with p, 'H. Governor-General tomorrow eveiring. McCarthy, the .mayor of San Fran-; from Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 8.-Pages trom tlic careers of the McNamaras and Ortie McManigal, as lenders of the flying squadron of dynamiters, with conversations in which tiiey were said to have plotted to send McManigal to Panama to blow up the locks of the I'anama canal were read IS WEATHER mm TURN NOW All Is Ready for Reception to the Governor General Everyone is Supposed to Help Beautify the City -The Program BREAD PRICES TAKE A TUMBLE TWENTY LOAVES GIVEN NOW INSTEAD OF EIGHTEEN FOR A DOLLAR Despite the down-pour of sleet and rt^in all day, decoration activities were carried on without cessation with the committee hopeful tha� old .Sol might be induced at tho last moment to lend his. welcome presence to the eventful occasion. Chairman Cunningham of the etiter-tainment committee, this morning received a telegram from Col. Lowthcrj stating that the enlertalnmcn* program as decided by the committee Cisco, would insiirc protection the police. McCarthy, was recently in Indian-,, apolis. Events implicating the pA-es-eiit defendants as charged by vMr.' Miller before the jury are as follows:, "Ilert lirown, then business agent^ of a local union at Kansas City, Ja. .;. .;. ,j .;. ,j. .;. .;. A PUBLIC HOLIDAY Thursday, from 10 a.m. till I p.m., win be declared a piib-Ui; holiday in honor of tho visit ot tho Governor-General and �party. .Mayor Hatch will likely Issue a proclamation olthor today or tomorrow to that effect. At a mooting of tho riuslnoss .Men's asHOclatloii last night all oijpoBiilon lo tho proposed holiday was withdrawn. after the reception, after which they may attend the gas blow-ofl so wish. Tho visit of the Governor-General at this time is an ollicial one to the city, although the ftrst invitations to include Lethbridge in the western tour of the party came from the Overseas Club and the Veterans' Brigade early in the spring when the tour was first mooted. For this reason the Overseas Club are playing a part in the cert'monics here and are presenting tlic Duke with an address. For the military review on Thursday all units will he on the field drawn up for inspection at 10:15. Tho 25tli llattery will assemble in the Armory, lilt Ave., S., and proceed lo the parking grounds at the cast,end ot tith Ave., .S. The Cadt't Battalion will assemble at the Central school and march to the grounds while the Veterans, will assemble at the corner ot fith Ave., and lath ,St. The Thursday evening reception in Lots ol Money In It James B. offered to employ the-citizen" regularly, sayin{( "then is. if they, fots of money in it. We are. going to, Los Angeles and hlow the whole towu to hell. We will have unlimited money back of us and if we ever get in: trouble wc will have the best lawyerr;;, that money can buy." v: Tho citizen did not go. August 23' McManigal, after being three days, in;; Kansas City, placed 12 (luarts 61 |u-"; tro glycerine, divided in three jlouc-.* quart paint cans beneath the lindcr-' strtictuie of the lirtdgc. The eitplp:^-sioiis did not occur until the. nJBxi ; day and utter McManigal had replace: ed the weilk batteries' and bomb: tint-' ers with stronger ones. Part ol the , cans were recovered by the jovem-nient. ,' ' ' .\ Guilty Coiiscioncc Meantime .lames B. had one to' arrange for tho Los Angeles Times e.';plosion after accomplishing which and hiding for two weeks in l^alt Lake City he returned east, beingj met in Nebraska by Frank Eokoll, ol Cincinnati, with a message tor John the t entral school auditorium will ho j .1. for the citi-.cii.s in general who will; .l.inios \i. said, "f have been 1 eep-enter by the south main cutrnnce, the ing prcttv low. It I could uet hv for ducal party entering by the north on- live years like .1. K. Alunscy in Salt trance ot the building. Cloak rooms Lake they would forget wboiit the Los being proyided at the entrances, Angeles al'iair. Coming back on the up a 3> 4> ^ > r> : 4> : ? >*?> ; K^ .; � (VIECHANICIAN NOW DEAD f, ? ? Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. S.- Tony Scudelarl, mechanician for Bruce Brown, who was kill-od last week, while trying out the Vandorbllt Cup race coutho in this city, died early today from injuries received when theli' car wont into a ditch. * ? * * Si* ? ?* .� ? * * � ** train everybody" w-as reading al;out the Los Angeles Times disaster, and 1 thought everyone was looking at me. That's what made ux gut oil at Halt Lake." .lames li. and .McManigal then went himting in the woods ot Wisconsin 19 hide. ' . : The next month at the Iroiiworkri ers' convention in .St. Louis, Tvcit-:, moo had a talk with .1, .1., saying it was all riglit un the Pacific coast and. they wantjil some "ChristmaH jrcs--cats" in the shape of blowing up the, Llewellyn Iron Works, tho Hakcr Icouj Works and the Times Auxiliaiv Mo;.' Manigal returned to InulanapoUay..' .John .1. told him of wliat 'IveitmojS' had said. "It will ho a groat tSvl^fli while tliey are looking for the oth(?ji> ; i fellows to have eight or ten , juoije'i ? ! out. tliere that . they never , saw/S said John >]. to McAIauigalv ^ ^Ooacimicd ou poge U|� I , If. ;