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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Voltimo V. Alberta, Tuesday, October '15, .Number 200 CAPTURED TURKS WITH THEIR ARTILLERY I Montenegrins Report Great Practically Declared in Further Progress in Peace Overtures with Italy Heidelberg, Germany, Oct. Montenegrin victory over tht Turkish troopi wa srnnounced today Prince Peter of Mlntenegro, in a c'legram to his former tutor here. deipatch was worded: "Glorious victory. Ten thousand with artillery captured." It timed this morning. Nothing Doing Yet Conchy, Switzerland OcM. fflefinlte result was readied at tile Penc'e conference between ftaliiin and but further sittings to tako vla.cn today. A less ou- iKtlc feeling prevails as io Ihe ont- ncgotiiitioiis between Italy anil Tir- kcy bail taken iin uniavoi'alile turn. Consols yesterday readied I he low- est in years. The Daily Express says: "Diplo- macy having [ailed the near cast now becomes a cockpit of horrors. Thc Daily Telegraph says "Wat has not been declared. H has been begun." The Daily News says "Europe is now considering how- best to avert being dragged ill whole, or in part, into the conflict, or how one mny be averted." The Times says "The dangers oi war are unappreciated by the public even at; this late hour, hut formid- able, though the danger may ulti- i mately be, they do hot [ear Ilnlisli I re..s Opinion Icirltn Ihe Chion-! alarm'of the financial circles in Kng- tlcli s Ion iailiitple torubi oiulcnt j land or abroad. Small investors have iphp 1 ]i i li m last. become .frightened too soon." Anight tint tie mm li fi thi The Daily Chronicle says: "War Jon lud i( i mid 11 (ii pass- has begun but if the demands of the ports iiuni Hi t i in LCIM uncnt.; Halkans had been enforced by the 1 Old i re il in the powers a month ago a reformed Ma- of 1 i t u that the. ccdouia would have resulted." .ROBL'R Xi'OSED WARRANT FOR LISSRAL WORKER j DATED THREE DAYS BEFORE i ALLEGliD OR'EKCE I IT'S ALL UP TO WATER SUPPLY Free ishes what itjlf Brewery Company Pro- Minnipcg, Alan.. PriM this iminiiti Wurihes as the ;''Kwill Vindication jfcf ipinili' William II. Sifton, o[ JjIimttinas'-Y- the .nun who was ii, lihsl, ilie eh'ftiini ;tcV in coil-1 ?fiei.lion .i.ii'iih ncir.c canvas-) Brewing and lint, he lifi'ii L'lisau'd in ihilingi Malting Co.." will spend next rtrent year, and that most of this will go to Build 000 Malting Plant St Laurent district. Il -cl lined on Snlimlav Sittuii had ton-ard building a large malting plant Southern Alberta grown j.--------- --..-_.. u He ouilLimrii .iiiuiMLii utii- Mphailu! Suiltj under liic bro.nl ,VM the announcement made pub- tlnn of I hi- Donilli.on t-U'l-tliili act thls afternoon by Managing Dir- nil! lestenlay lie not RUlHy j ,lt Ule clty colmdl Ho. prelimhuiry-Hearing was set next Saturday. lot 'Dillon says tin- Free Press then made Hhc i iiarkiiliU- discovery thct the jfaufnr i itiyti on the warrant of ems! was issucil, dated Ucto- 'Ijer itii. v.'tnU1 the allcticil offense was rati- stated tin (.what! LITII withdruuii. that CASE REPEATED ASSERTION THAT j; HE WILL THE MAY- I ORALTY CONTEST tJ3.Speculation as to the possibility ol Uillcspic withdrawing (ki3 sun for r.gdinst the city, the tall; of tho So far the Vx chief has iiKidr- :m statement in the fetter, ami Tnoiids say that he U no likely io do no uniP the proper Wn e coinc.i io lake the next step. f Howeve known fact ili.it dtirjis pas: Mr. Gille-s- pie has reiterarul bis i mention of contesting tho eimion for tho mayor- ind bus siaictl thin openly to prominent citizens connected IFlth municipal Jiff airs, stmong them Bowman. In tho ex-chief to i IMP program it seems safe to u jiiiiK! ihe suit will bo wlth- for he cannot contest thc elec- with a suit pending against the cit But unless the city water supply is nwde a little more consistent tho com- pany does not see its way clear make this large expenditure. In ihe first place, according to Mr. Sick, the pressure is not consistent. j Some days it is only 20 pounds ,others it is 40, and somnUmcs it is 100. This makes it most IiKionvenieni for a. plant which is such :i large user of water, Then again; thc water is not proper- ly filtered, air. Sick claims thai he has been put to an expense of for filters through which water used in the plant, must be passed. .Mr. Sick wanted to know what the council intend to do with regard to the future water supply. Tbc Mayor's Reply .Mayor Hatch said that to insiai a. proper Alteration plant would cost over afid at present the city is not in a. position to undertake this expense. However, the Works and Property Committee wilt tako the mat- ter up with the city engineer and ad- vise him what would he done. Mr. Sick also wanted to know how it was thai tho C. P. R. sot water at 5c while he paid lOc. His water bill is about per month, and he be- lieves be is entitled io some considera- tion especially too, as the Lethbridge Brewing fc Malting Co. is one of the city's largest indiiRtriee. Engineer's Solution City Engineer Hlanchard was called in and stated that at present .with the filter plant now in use. the water is as demi as H can be obtained. The only salrntlvn. be" maintained, would be to follow out the lines of his report last spring, thai is to build a cost of o city sciicho.r has not en-j modern filteration plant at a lered appearance in liic suit. Tire pump thc water into the fil- teration tanks and add a small per- centage of alum to clear it before fin- ally pumping it into the force mains. C. Farrow, manager of the Lelh- bridge Laundry Co., also addressed the council along the same lines ask- ing for a reduction in his water rate of ten cents per thousand gallons. law illows tv.-cniy days from the date filing for this action to be taken. However, the solicitor will shortly pre- the city'? statement of defense, it Is very likely that the case will "jwjil be beard Chief .Justice Har- Court for civil cases, which before ihe next sitting of the next month unless It is with- .vui in the meantime. dra PUMP WORKS BURNED ARRESTED IN BOSTON Winnipeg, Oct. O. Larimer, wanted in this citv to explain some transactions'as au Mlomotrili- I TURKISH TROOPS MOBOLIZING The gathering of the soldiers of the Sultan .to go to the frontier to de- fend the boundaries against the Bal kan Stutes. ALL INTEREST FOCUSES ON THE FAIR GROUNDS City Filling Up With Men Bringing in Congress Exhibits Deputy Minister of Agriculture Bed- ford, of Manitoba, and Mr. J. Wes- sels, exhibition commissioner from the State of Washington, arrived in the city last -night ou business in connection with the Dry-Farming Congress. That shows how wide- spread the interest in the big Con- gress and Exposition is. iMr. Wessels brought with him a1 carload of exhibits from Spokane, aiid promises a very fine disph He says thai the interest in the. Con- gress is very keen in the west, and a large number'of people will be pre- sent from the coast states. W. H. Beuney is present with Mr. Wessels, and tho rest of the week will be spent putting the display in place. The various districts are beginning io come in 'with their exhibits, and new faces are seen on the street ev- ery day. F. Forster, of Pincher Creek, accompanied 'by II. J. Christie, arrived this morning. They have de- signs on the prize for the district ex- hibit, and. just in passing, tliey men- tioned that they had grown some fair samples of wheat in the Pincher Creek district, this year, and it would not surprise them if the Rnmely cll- sgine were to be delivered at their station. (Continued on page S) HE IS AFTER THE RUMEIY Veteran Farmer from Sas- katchewan Brought in Bushel Marquis Wheat Well-Known Horse- man Meets His Death Medicine Hat; Oct. B. Vancleeve, a weltjknown horse rac- er, living ninety mites north of Medicine Hat, was killed instant- ly through being thrown from his wagon while crossing -a creek. He was a pa rtn J. R. Allen, and came to the district from Maclaod nine WORTHY WORK APPEALS TO ALL and jPaiflley. Om.. Oct. Paisley works and contents wore do- by nrc Sunday. The pump I aml much advanced JBictorv was owned and operated by Husk, ami 'was one of the >cWeat landmarks In the town. Mr; rjltnk had been in business for forty tJCtrs iu Paisley. on his stock, was arrested last night in Hoston, Mass. IVtcflives have been looking for liitu MWT Si-pt. UUh J last. I-Alradition is t.c-v, ranged for. An uid man with grey heard almost white hair, currying on shoulder a heavy looking sack, walk-t ed down thc street- ibis morning, and- boarded a nul line car to the grounds. He was scon by a number oi people for he had to wait] "worthy for several mimitcR for tho car, und; stood in the middle of the street i near the t'oalitele hotel until car along. That was 8iiniison, CA-schiipr. now leading iurr of fiask., and be going to tne grounds with t his husliL'l of v.heat to enter in contest I'OL thc Hvimely litllo S2500 which has attracted attention such as no agricultural com- pelitlon has ever before attracted on tlic- North American continent. And in the language of the baseball j fan, thc other fellow will have to "go some" to beat the eX-Bntish sol- of Ihc poor' The HeraW rfier our of the grand prize. He seems to have a strangle hold on the en-i s pine, and the fact, that there are o v couple oi hundred other farmers pctiiiR docs not discourage him the Iwsl. I It was al vhe Dallas this morning! liis Imsbel iii wheat and was the cont 111 oi attraction before he left for! llio Mvuryone wanted a' (Coittiiiuvi on j -I- n One of the most deserving; charities in the city is the Nursing Mission. It is a pure- ly voluntary organization, and is doing :i splendid work for the poor of the city. The ladies, who give their time freely to this cause, look to the people of the city to assist them financially, for it is thc only ciiy charity that does not receive a grant from the city. It had heen the intention of the ilissiou to conduct 'a tag day during the Dry-Farming Congress, but the idea was dis- couraged by the Board of Con- trol, as it was thought that il would not. be wise to attempt, to tag strangers who were here for ihe Congress. The ladles yielded to the Board's wishes, tlioiiBh it meant io them an opportunity of making several thousand dollars. In- stead of this plan, the Mission can he assisted la another way, and that is through con- tribution boxes, which will be placed in conspicuous points throughout the city ou Satur- day. The Nursing Mission is con- ducted ai a cost of a month. Ail this money is rais- ed in a voluntary way. The Indies are looking for the as- sistance of all classes of citi- zens, and they should not he disappointed, for the cause is of generous support. The Nursing .Mission does its work more or less unosten- tatiously, but those who are familiar with it, do not hesi- tate to endi-ri-'o it. as one of the clnritu's citizens should back- up with li'wal gififi. The nurses aro busy all tho. ilmo visiting thn sick amongst the poor. Many a distressing case Is relieved of which the gener- al public never hear. The most- eloquent tributes paid to this charity come from the homes AGED 77, SENTENCED TO HANG Wiiitby, Oct in- terest ie 'taken here in the fate of John Bateman, convict- ed of murdering his wife. He was sentenced by Judge Latch- ford to hang on 'December 39. He is 77 years of age, ami ap- parently does not. realize his position. BULLET BURIED FOUR INCHESJIKHESTWALL Roosevelt Lies in Chicago Campaign Ended So Far As His Participation is Con- His Condition Today Chicago, Oct. fol- lowing official statement was is- sued at 10.30 a.m., by the iur- "geons attending Col. Rootevelt; "Col. Roosevelt's hurt Is a deep bullet wound of the ohoat wall without striking a vital, organ in transit. The wound was to the right of, and one Inch MOW the level of the right nippic. The range of the bullet was upwards and inward, a distance of four Inches, deeply In wall. There was no evidence of the bul- let penetrating the chest wall. Pufse, 90; temperature, 99.2; re- spiration, 20; leucocyte count, .82 at 10 a.m. No operation to re- move bullet is indicated at the present time. Condition hopeful, but the wound is to important to demand absolute reit for a number of days. (Signed) "Dr. Arthur D. 'Btvan. "Dr. J. B. Murphy. "Dr. Curry L. Terrell. "Dr. R. J. Saylor." It is a Serious Wound. Chicago, Oct. Rooie- velt's wound is not merely a flesh wound, but Is a icrioua wound In the chest, said a bulle- GAMBLERS WEAVE CHAIN OF DAMNING EVIDENCE Jack Rose's Morbid Story Fully. Corroborated by Other Witnesses Jack" TRAVELLERS YARNS York, Oct. Rose's story of how" Police TJeut. Becker, participated in the murder oC Herman 'Kosenthal was corroborated on the witness stand today by "Uridgte" Webber and Harry'Vallou, self-confessed accomplices. Webber went Further. He swore that the Po- lice Lieutenant had told him that on the niglit of the murder he would have killed llosenthal himself If he had seen him. Becker had told him. Webber said, that he had slowed down his automo- bile while passing the Hotel Cadil- lac, on Broadway, iu case Rosenthal might he loitering there. I had seen him I would have backed him up against the wall and ahoc liecker said Webber. Rose's testimony that Becker had demanded Roseiunal be that lie had given the gunmen assur- ances of protection, and that, be said that he would likely cut Rosenthal's tongue out, and hang it up as a warn-1 ing to futirro squealers was corrob-; oraned by Webber almost word for word. Vallou supporietl Webber like an echo. Tho similarity of their stories to that of.Rose's, prompted John W. Hart., attorney for the denfcnee to ask Vallou bow many times he re- hearsed the stor3'. said Vallon. Both wit- nesses told their story coolly, and j could not be shaken on Urn. Both said they had been prom- ised protection, but not "if they would 'The Dry-Farming Congress officials investigated the story that a "weary'' traveller who carno on Congress busi: ness couldn't find a room i-a a Letb- bridgo hotel Saturday night.. There were exactly 48 rooms in the Le bridge hotels Saturday night and the officials are now sure the complaining traveller must have been very "weary1 when he confined his quest to two hotels. There were eight vacant rooms in the Coald-ale and that hos- telry is on the main street. On the strength of. the complaint of this "weary" traveller the whole work bt' tlie accommodation committee is sub- jected to harsh and unfair criticism. Mr. Gootis, chairman of the commit- tee sand today the were en- gaged of porters to meet trains but he had yet to learn that it was a duty to meet trains for two weeks before Congress opened- There are well onto one hundred men in the city -now ar- ranging exhibits and they are all well cared for. CLUB HOUSE tin Usucd this afternoon by phyilciant Mercy .Hospital. must hive absolute quiet, must cease talking, and must not ice anyone until wt give permtsilon. Chicago, Ills., Oct. Roosei veli, with a bullet still in his cheat, fired by John Schrank at Milwaukee, was taken to Mercy Hospital here this morning after a consultation- of physi- iuns who ordered a second X-ray ex- amination with a view to 'au immed- iate operation. It was ylauued at first'to allow the patient to rest in a special cai in