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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LI5THBRID�K DAILY HERALD Joseph Sheehan the Eminent Operatic Tenor at the Majestic \ ANCOUVEK PUT H ALLOVEKTHE HT. KIT TWELVE HERO OF THE GAME TODAY EASTERN CHALLENOERS FOR MANN CUP OUTCLASSED IN SERIES 34 TO 1 Vaiicoiiver, Oct. 9.-Playing right at the to]) of their form, !uiil cutfli'aslnr; Ihi,' AlhlctlcB of St. Catharines in ev-ory ilepaTtment in the field, Vaiicoii-vnr Athiotlc Clirb retained the aiimteur ChamplouEhlp pf. Canada this afternoon, whon Ihoy boat the challengers in the'second ftulnc by 17 goals to 1, making the total count :t4 to 1 in the series. The visiters never h:t-d a chance from tho start. Vancouver forged ahead In the first two minutes, nnd it was jnst a iiueslleu how many Soals thoy would score agniuat the \:.^ltors, who never appeared dangerous, wltl\ the ONceiilioii of about five jninuteSjHn tile soccrid (jirartor. An broil sccired their only goal of tho Ecries. NOT STRUCK ON EDDIE DURNAN'S STYLE English Critics Believe He Championship Stroke Hasn't London, Oci. 9.-ICruest liarry and ]':ddlo Durnnu lioth report themselves lit and a'bont down to weight. Harry la afloat twice dally and Durnan once only, because having nothing more to take off he goes for �n afternoon. In \ jnsterrday's row he averaged 28 to ;'.0 Ktroko.s to tho minute. Critics ao-knowledge (hat Durnau is corLuinly very fit hut incline to question as to whotbor his style Is moat suitable for the championship race. . Grand Opera Tonight-Notable Mu�l-cal Event Joseph Sheehan, tho talented operatic tenor, and his excellent company will appear ^t the Alojeslic this evening the famous Verdi maslerpieoe "U Trovatore." The curtain will rise promptly aC nine o'clock, and the audience are reriuested to bo in their seats punctually, as the doors will positive-ly bo closed belwn tho rendering of each number. It will be a gala night musically for the city, and the prospects are that the house will be ta.v-ed to Its utmost capacity. �   Holiday Program at Starland Great crowds were in attendance at Starland last evening to witness the initial showing of tho big war feature LADIES' GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS AT TOKOISTO CALGARY PAPER GETS IN WRONG To those who have read the facts of tho case, publislied iu tho Herald and Its coiitemiKrnr.v, which wore cor-lainly atilhentic, the following excerpt from tho Calgary Herald will place that journal in a deapicablo ligh't: "As the result of tlio Provincial association ruling, Lcthbrldgo wore given tho chance of raplaying the drawn game ot two weeks ago in Cnlgnry on S-iliirduy afternoon. This offer has boon turned down by tho Lethbridgo lot, and shows 'them In rather a bad light. "The rinding of tho association wa.s a very generous one, as they �would have acted riuitie within their rights In awarding the game to the Calgary Callles, "The football public had looked forward to ii good game on Saturday, and general disappoin'^morit was e.vproH&ad at the expected visitors funklne at the last ralnuto. "Tho spirit that made the good footballsr iu the past has helped to make tho nation what it Is. It Is hoped that the action of 'fho l^clh-hridgo team and officials is not u sign ot tho times." As a matter of fact tire Lotiibridgo Club was the victim of one of the rawest kind of schemes to put thom out of the Tunning tor the Bennett Shield, a scheme that only Calgary's chsap sports could Invent, or have tho gall to pull off. MISS DOROTHY CAMPBELL CHAM- PION, DEFEATED HER OPPONENT Toronto, Oct. 0. - .\n incessant downpour of rain at tl.u ll(r.icdalc links today tailed lo dampen the ardor of theparticipants in ilic ladies' championship. 'The most interesting contest was that between Miss .\da Mackenzie ol Mississiaim and Miss Dorothy Campbell, ot ilamilton, the champion, who has been under a physician's care care since Monday. Miss Macken/.io, tliou^^j a novice in big mutches, gave Mis.s t^arupbcll a close run. Ai Uic 17th hole. Miss Mackenzie led hy two stroke.s, and at the 18tli hole' the contestants were tied, .Miss CainphcU winning on the extra. Miss Caiup-hel! tomorrow meets Miss Ncshitl ot Toronto, in the semi-^linnls. C.P.R. COUNSEL OPENED ARGUMENT MR. CHRYSLER DOESN'T ADMIT THAT THERE IS DISCRIMINATION IN RATES mies. Tht Turkish papers this morn-iliR (Wednesday) hall ycslcrrtay with Its declaration of war as a day of festival. "Conspicuous in the great throng ot men, soWicrs dnd civilians at the railway station this morning was a j closed brougham, gtiardcd hy eunuchs with wooden panels where tkc glass | of tlie windows should be and around \ which peepfed the black silk veiled faces of Turkish ladies. It was � the wife rtiid mother of a young Turkish ofllcer whose wish to sec hiin till the very last iiioihcnt caused them to transgress so far against the law that keeps meinhers of the harem in the background on all public ��jca-sious. "Major iMet Bey, commanding at Pera, who has been appointed to supervise the war correspondents generally-;' promises plenty ot campaign. You can make up your minds to be hungry," he said to me this morning. The war correspondents are to leave with the general stafT. "Wliiln I write this telegram rough khaki clad troops will tramp past thc| window in full war regalia. Some wear the regular (ez-shaped cap, others have the grey cloth turban like the head dress of the Kurds, .lust now a company of white .skull-capped Albanian reserves, gaunt,' hig-honcd fellows, ana passing, clapping their muscular hands and shouting in chorus, "Padishahim Choke Yusha," (Long live the. Padishah). What Maxwell Wired "William MaiwcU, the Daily Mail's special correspondent at Sofia, wires undet yesterday's date : "Pren:;icr (iucscholt today admitted to me that the proposals of the powers were unsatistactory, seeing �jhat tliey did not give guarantees. He added : '�We hnve spent so many hopes thai* we cannot draw bick without something substantial. i "This sentence describes both the difficultv and danger. The government i dare not recede. The people do not trust the powers, who talk once more of carrying out the solemn cngi\ge-in-ents made by them thirty year.s ago. They least expect that Hulgaria should have supervision of reform. This, said the Premier, was under consideration. MAJESTIC THEATRE - '� �'  ' � The Muilci^l Ett^pnt of. thte Stetbn In honor of H, II. Duke of Connaugbt's,, visit, speoiai eiigi^gienioiit o\ Sheehan Eiigtiih Op�ra Company Josepli r. Hheehiifl^ Aliiei*ica-H Ol*(eiit^Nt teiKir and Opera .Star 1 TONIGHT IL TROVATORE Fri. "The ChimM o( Nonnadiily" With l;ho most veniarkablo r^ast of American and Enrop(u\u stars ever heard in Eiiglish Opera. 60 Tt'aUiei) ClioriiN Voice*! (|0 _Spec i a I Cli;tuui Opora Q VpJigj^l yft;____ Seat Sale Qpen.s Satnnlay, Oct, f)th at J. I). Higinbotham.'s Dr\ig , Prices !^2..50, $2.fM�, J)51.30. $1.�0, T5i!, iyOc To-day For Vulor" �#or EXTRA* SPECIAL TO-MORROW "Tlie Refugee's Casket'' The Feature You Have Heatrd So Muck Atidttt tention on the part of th� ftiilkan! tween Turkey nita thd balfca* aUle*,; "The Premier still professes hope of states to admit the intervention ot I can only he settled atter an apt�eal to-peace, though he could not suspend , the powers that has prevented a ilc-^, arms for It Is iibtJddilWlB tot Turkey the preparations for war. j claratlon of war by ttic Balkan Ica- "Thcre is no pause in the war pre-guc up to the present time and may For Valor." This altruction provctt; ''1"^ afternoon the Hags ^ yet delay the climax by 3-1 hours. to be a continual whirlwind cf sur-piise, for the whole action is sensational and e.vciting, and the vaTlous scenes are marvels of photographic art. Numerous other great attractions are to be seeu on the iprngrani. which is one of tho most versatile seen here for some time. For tomorrow and Saturday the man agoraent announce the special lugs ot the great two -reel spec "The Kefugee'a Casket," the glorious j reply will be };iven. hand colored production. This will prove lo be the hannei- attraction ot the entire season, and Is being shown at present in Calgary to capacity business. sbe'w-icM^le, of twoU'c regiments were bles.scd by priests ot the Greek church in the palace grounds. "The solemn picturesque ceremony was witnessed by the King atirt � any people. The council .sat till 8 o'clock tonight to consider tlic powers note. The (ireek and Servian ministers conferred with the president of the council. N(� decision was arrived at as lo framing a reply. I have good an thority for saying that probably no As the form of The Defence "I have reason to believe that Balkan states repiv ilo tie representations of Russia'and A istriji avi:d a ED. WALSH ALUOWi-D THE NATIONAL LEAGUERS BUT A SINGLE HIT Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 9.-When the western freight inquiry was resumed the provincial governments asked,that their cross-examination ot W. Ti. Mc-Innes, general Iradic manager ot the Canadian Pacilic, be deterred until such time as they have an opportunity to analy/e the mass ot information contained in the rate comparisons submitted to the board hy Mr. MclnnpK yestei'ilay. The Hoard agreed to the proposal and the crosr.-c.xainiu-ation of the Canadian Pacific railway star witness will take place later on. Mr. MacDonald, counsel far the British Columbia government, cross-examined Mr. Mclnncs more particularly in reference to evidence admitted hy the Canadian Pacillc in connection with the Vancouver rale case which lias been merged into larger inquiry now under way. Mr. 'MelnneK stated that rate on wheat for e.vpurl, ironi Calgary to Fori Willianr, a distance of G'lO miles is lili cents. At certain season grain, is carried from Winnipeg to St. .lolm, K.Ii., lor-export for 13 cents, but Mclimea explained that this is not a paying rate. Twenty cents is "The Mikado" The Pollard .luvenile Opera Co. concluded its engagement at tlie Majestic Theatre last evening before a large and well pleased audience. Thc bill presented was the famlliiar, but unfortunately seldom played, Gilbert and Sullivan's light opera "The Mikado," W:hich received a very meritorious performance., With the exception of Te.-Darkness ended a I regarded .-is a paying rale hetwecn scoreless ganu! between the Chicago j Winnipeg and St. .lohn. American and National league cUihs, ' W. B. l.anigaJi, Winnipeg, assistant which was the opening game ot the t'cight irathc manager ot the Cana-serius to decide the baseball chain- fliiiu I'.icinc, wa.s the next exami led pionsliip of Chicago. The contest was by Chrysler in reference tn i n � culled in the nintji. Walsh pilcncd in "ther .series of cxhibils submitted by rare form, holding the Nationals to the Cniiadiaii Pacific bearing oil one hit. Only tiiventv-eiglit. men raeed freight charges. Tlic first, whie.h wts him, Me did not is.sue a base on balls marked "Series V." dealt with tnc and struck out seven men. l.avcnder matter of density of IrarRb, It show-also' pitched a masterly game. He ed among other things, that the pop-held the. Americans to six scattered "lation per one mile of railway in hits and received, brilliant support. Ontario and Quebec to he 370 as ccin- Tho receipts were $II,Baii, of pared with 103 in ManitobA, Sas-whlch $6,288 will go to the players Italchewan and Alberta. and $2,09fi to each club, and $I,l6li-- to the National Commission. The i WHEELS PASSED OVER HIM team,s will play again tomorrow at ' Winnipes, Man. Oc't. lu.-Paul Bud-Comiskey Park'. ,i>lek, onii'loyod by tho .Mc,\rihur I'o., Americans..,. ......000 000 000-0 6 1 oi Transcona f-hops, wa.' killed Nationals ... ......000 OOO 000-0 1 l th'.s monilnr-iwhen coupling cars. Thu Batteries-Walsh and � .SuUivuii, i.ii-' v.IiopIk passed ''ji er Ills hsn'! Uiilliig Vender and' .Vrcher, liii-'^laiuiw WINSTON AND SMITH NO LONGER FRIENDS London, Oct. 10.-The home rule agitation and the counter campaign in Ulster hat already resulted In shattering one Damon and Pythias friendship. Winston Churchill and F. E, Smith, the latter one of the most promlslna of the younger Unionists, although arrayed on opposite sides In English political life, remained fast and Intimate friends up to a few weeks ago. So bitter has the fight over home rule grown, however, that they at last have parted company and now do not speak as they pass by. Unfortunately Mrs, Winnie and Mrs. F, E. share the feelings of their husbands and now their dislike for each other is almost strong aa their former friendship, Mrs, Churchill is always at tho side of her active husband and dodares she will re- � main there through the worst of the coming campaign In support of tho much discussed Irish measure, Mro. Smith has announced to hor friends her intention of fol-iov/ing such feminine leaders of Ulster as the Duchesg of Aber-corn, who recently announced that the women would not shirk their duty when actual fighting began. ceived information which 1 transmit, fully conscious of its gravity : "I am in a position to say that the action of the Montenegro government in breaking diplomatic relAtions with the Porte and declarmg war was not a hasty action, inspired by ^ ^^^^ the personal ambition of King Nicb- jgj, ^api'lal olas. It was the first move in a most King of Servia. Custody of Archives Paris, Oct. U.-The archives of' tUo Bulgarian legation In Oonstahtlhople have been handed over to the carfi of tho Russian ePtbaesy according to � news agency deapatoh from tho Ti,rk-The (leclai'atlon of wai" carefully pre-eonceived plan elaborated by the Balkan league and Europe. Tomorrow (Thursday) will.witness consecutive steps in the plan- "While the great powers are dickering ovqr the Austrian and British ob-.iections to the intervention proposals of Premier Poincare, with the result that their intervention bccani'c pirac-lic.illy useless, the Balkan governments leaving Iheir representatives abroad completely and transuilly pursued the way prescribed by Ihe provisions of a secret agreement between tliein. It is possible that King Nicholas anticipated events a day or so �igo, but it was part ot the arrangement for Montenegro tr. strike first, us the information of the Balkan allies showed that the Turkisli troops were weakest on the Montenegrin frontier. I'lan ot Campaign "The next move in the plan will be concerted action hy Htilgaria and ."Servia. Their ministers at Constamin-oplo, m.iy already this afternoon have demanded their passports, or will do so tomorrow. The rupture of diplomatic negotiations wlllbe followed by a foirn^.'al declftratioti of war, Nvhwcupon the Bulgarian aimy, with a Servian force on Its right I wing;, will instantly take the of-I tensive. It is not impcissllile that a .Servo-Uiilg.':rlan force Is already 'drawing near the Turkish frontier. by Bulgaria Is ibelloved by Ih^ same correspondent to be Immlnonl. Serious Fighting Continues Salcnika, Turko.v, Oct. &,~SecoBnix|)a however; that the umlu Balkan utatefc,-nie hot comrtiltte*trint, tine* tbb hulnibei- df ffeserves Is afott, anil:, the fabnractdr of the country over-Which tit�} Invaders must inaroh IS particularly favorable for defence, . >, The turkish goveruraent awaits; comlhf events with calm asiurftice; ' nccoi-aihg to Norodunghlan Bffehdi; iha Ottoman foreign minister, who, in an Interview, says; "Wo face the future with perfect' {ciif(dt>nce. f wduM HKo itt pdtnt out; however, that the de(;iaratloii of war by , Montenegro Waft mad�� conttary to the piaeti.'je adapted by aJl civilljeerf Btatefi. It was against the stipulation of Ihe Hitgijo Convention/ ot which Montenegro was a signatory. In tha llrst place, no' att�!itipt wits made to seek the good offices of n tlilnl party, in order to find a moans of avoiding a eonfiici. "Secondly, the declaration ot war did not s�it torlii rtny resl or tangible excuse for war. Thirdly, Montenegro opened hdatfllticg without g'nmtlng ilio 'uSiittl -pfeiilinittai'y delay, and act. Ufllly before the decla ration of war was presenfed to tho Porte." TERSE AND EXPLICIT I-iOndon, Oct. 10.-"The whole mati> ter of the Panama Canal biir together with tho views of legal ndvlaera to the British Crown on the subject, la uiidor consideration by the Cabinet," was the reply today ot Sir Bdward Orey fto a quesilon in tho H6ua� of Commons. �; Woman's Rights and Bad traad . . - No Woman has any right to 6B�r tW; husband heavy, sour, pasty br�8