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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TKe Lethbridge Volume V. Lctlibrhlgc, Albertii. October J012 Number 261 ROOSEVELT PASSED A SATISFACTORY NIGBt Condition Normal, Rapid Recovery is Looked For by Family 1 Chicago, Oct. is the Issued by the physicians at 9.C4 a.m.: "The records show that Col. Roc seveit, passed 'a very good night. His temperature and pulse are nor- mal: his since 9 o'cic-ck last, night was 80, temperature 93.8, that his pulse at 6 o'clock this morning was 74, and his temperature flS.5, and respiration 20, that he is having' Irritstion or hie pleura from ,tho Injured rib than he did torday, that he .did not have to have an anodyne for the pain. General condition excellent. (Signed) Dr, J. B. Murphy, Dr. Arthur Dean Sevan, Dr. Scurry L. Terrell." In Cheery Mood Chicago, 111., Ocl. Theo- dore Koosevclt, his family with him mid sutisfitid as to his condition, to- day rr.stR1 ai "greater "ease than' at 'anr tin.v. since. the hand of .John Schrauk was lilted against his life at Mmvaukve Monday night. Physicians examining iiis wound today ami rank- a clinical examination, fbsuid his. respiration and tem- perature closer than it has hech at time, to normal t and so. nearly at their usual points that concern o.ver Ms vrnishcd, and the extremely consi-rvntivo conduct gave way tu a desire public insurance thai- no complications .now looked for. to stand in the way of rapid recovery. Mrs. Roosevelt, Miss Ethel and Theodore, jr., arrived early in tho day am! went at once to his apartments with Mrs. Alice and Dr. Alexander. Lam- bert, the Family physician in .Ti-r'c.i shouted the Colonel gaily Rnoscvult enicred his "ducr.vaylaujjhjng. She had been told 011 the up to his room than the condition had. huen found good in the examina- iiis't concluded and her appreluii- fiion had vanished; tho other 'members of his fam- ily ai'-puared tho same cheery greeting me I, them at the doorway "ami ho 1hem to draw, their chairs to his bedside and with him. Dr. slopped only long onough to ;i cheerful salute and then ini'o an adjoining room where 1liC attending physicians went over the siluttUon with him in clinical Uiil. The Colonel ate his breakfast before the arrival of. his family, and appeared anxious that his room tje tidied up to a point where he felt it Avouid meet the approval of the cri- tical eye of Jlrs. Roosevelt whom he proudly described as it good house- keeper. "I don't want to he scolded for ho explained laughing- ly. Mrs. Roosevplt has provided an apartment adjoining and connected the patient's room :md she-will .j. MEDICINE HAT GROWING FAST The population of .Medicine.. Hat is according to u police census taken in tho city yesterday. (Thia fur exceeds the exiiectatloiifi or all citizens who figured nromul Tho Dominion census gave the- city 5.573. PEOPLE MAKE A NOISE IN THE WAR ZONE TURKEY GETS FLEET IN SHAPE To Take Part in The Trouble With Balkans The City of Belgrade, Se'rvia. Publicity Man Tells About the Propaganda for In- tensive Farming IF TRAINS ARE MERS WILL HAVE TO ASK (FOR THEM IE the people in the surrounding district evince enough interest in the coming session oi' the Dry-Fanning Congress to ask the C. P.'R. for spec- ial service to the city next week, special trains will be put on to ac- commodate the crowds -desirous of coming. to the tlie crowd B are largo enough, J. Y. Murphy, travelling passenger agent oE the C. P. ft. at Calgary, Is in (lie city today to find out the wants cf the people in the district in this regaiil. R. G. MoXcllie, district passenger agent, 'will arrive tomor- row, when all arrangements will be completed. If enough people wish to come to the city during tho we-ek granaries are rapidly filling, and the special trains will be established be- tween Cardston and Lethbrldge. anil also from Pincher Creek on the west, and 'from Carmn'ngay in the north. There is 'also.a probability that spec- ial service will be put Into effect from Tabcr dhd -points east. .Mr. >31urphy will remain In the south until the Congress Is over. 'Alberta's seventy million bushel crop is all cut. Not more than twen- ty-five per cent, oi it is threshed, but with present weather conditions, SEW UP.LIGHT N. Y., Oct. 15. a result of, a remarkable C> run of in the Saw-kill, the towns of Red Hook, Tirol! and Madalin are thrown into dark- ness nearly every night. The eels cannot-tie" kept out of the machinery in the lighting com- pany'is plant. STREET CARS EARN COST OPERATION FIGURES SHOWING RECEIPTS FOR LAST WERE CARRIED The week ending October IU estab- lished u record with tho street rail- way department. In the seven clays, passengers were carried, al- tbougti Thursday was the only day railways are busy hauling it away Charles S. Uotchkiss, publicity commissioner for the province oi 'Al- berta, arrived in the city this mbru- ing to attend the Dry Farming Con- gress and exposition next and that he is enthusiastic over this year's bumper crop goes without say- ing. "Alberta never bad a belter, crop, nor has-it ever" had one which has been saved in such good condition. Threshing in the north is well under way, but the percentage rapidly in- creases as one comes south, ami here I should judge fifty per esnt. is, threshed." How the farmers are going to feed all the rough grains, hay and straw of year's crop is a question which tlie department of agriculture now has under consideration. The province is facing a dearth of live stock which the government is trying to overcome. The farmers arc, al- ready trying to buy up all the avail- able stock from the ranchers rur win- when there 'was a special demand tcr feeding, but even at that the feed made en the service, The detailed "'ill be a glut on the market. IMany of the farmers are bringing in. sheep and cattle from tlie outside, and remain there during his stay at Mer- cy HospitnL Slip of opinion! figures iwe: October 7 October 8 October-'.' October 10 October J.I October lli I October 13 6046 ;iS85 4S11 there is no doubt that there will he tin- nlhcrs of finnily would stay ivisli friends hnip. PROSPEROUS TIMES .TRADE FIGURES REVEAL THE GENERAL EXPANSION OF HER MANUFACTURERS Paris, Oct. 16. The imports of during Lite first eight months of this year show a large increase. The imports have increased by francs, in which raw mater- ials and object s neccKsary for the manufacture mako up francs. The exports have increased by francs, of which nearly arc manufactured roods. Every industry gives proof of decided expansion. ALBERTA CATTLE MAKE A RECORD IN NEW YORK Chicago, Oct. a broke all previous western cattle records today. Tn a load a 1551-pound ateer, shipped by George Lane, Calgary, sold to New York butchers for tho Kosher trade at per hundred, 50 cents above the previous record made by 'Mon- tana. Other Lane, cattle, aver- aging 139S pounds, .realised They were the best that ever came from the west. Total !ol of cat Me winter fed this winter. What Js Needed "The m'pil of this con- tinued jfr. Moichkiss, "is more live stock. We want less sidewalk farm- ers, and more who will stay on their farms the year round, anil fml their grain and straw. That is what will make this country prosperous. To tried t Olds both that this record will be smashed next j feed and cattle, and charging; up week, but it goes to show tlut the j every conceivable expense we cleared cars are paying tlicir way, and are j olov.cn dollars per head. If the gov- had owned the feed the pro- fit would have been nearer forty dol- Grcss earnings ij.li'59.39 j This is an average of -13lit) passen-1 gers dally, and an average daily earn-1 I1UI- demonstration farm at ing of 5173.B1. Kvory Indication is j ]aKt winter, and after buying anotber good investment for tbe CALGARY. C. P. R. RESERVE Calgary, Oct. of 'tho C. X. R. assert, that tbe new in- junction suits brought by C. P. fl. against Iho. C. X. R. is an attempt of tho big road to 'block ils rival's en- trance into this city. DWELLERS UPON ENGLISH MOOR LAND WHO LIVE VERY LONELY LIVES lars prr head. i 'ConUnueil on page S.) ERGHANTS BANK NEEDS THE ROOM TWO BUSINESS FIRMS ORDERED TO MOVE FROM. THE'-COAL- DALE BLOCK That the Tvlerchants Bank will be forced to build block here next year to meet the volume of ibusi- ileEs which they are now doing through the local branch, is the indi- cation at present, although the bank officials have not yet made any pub- lic announcement to this effect. However, the Herald learns that ths Hex .Cigar store and the real es- tate firm of Blackburne Dawsou have -been notified to vacate their pre- sent premises by the first of the month, and this space will be utilized by the bank to relieve the present congestion until tho new building is erected.. The Coaldale Hotel will occupy that ASSAULT ON ROOSEVELT CAUSES 'EXTRA PRECAUTIONS TO PROTECT TAFT New York, Oct. precautions were taken" yesterday aud last night to protect President 'Laft during bis stay in. the city. Tlie or- dinary force of detectives were doub- led wherever he went. The nii.ernoon after the reviejy of the Atlantic fleet the President went to the Holland house and took, a short rest. There were a double force of policemen on guard about .the hotel and secret ser- vice irsn were all about "Jie cor- ridors. About President Taft, c-'cbm- panicd by his wife and daughter, vent "to the borne of his brother, wncre he dined. As be passed through 1hc lob- by of the hotel 'preceded and Military Camp May Be Moved from Calgary to Coronation Calgary, Oct. may lose the annual military encampment: which in tbe past has meant .the ex-; penditnre of thousands of dollars hare every year. According; to Information which 1ms readied this citj, Corona- tion, AHa., '.is to bo the scene of the by the secret service men, the orcb- noit camp, and perhaps for many sue estra in the dining room struck up ceeding campa, and not only are all star spangled banner." 'the Lrobps from" Alberta to be gather- The stobrtj guests in rpohv and those in the corridor liar- -cd "at point, but all the troops from also, and -the eii? cd their heads us the President caniprnent 'will he tho biggest military ed along. About o'clock the 1 aft (raining camp hold in Western party went to the Liberty theatre to see "Milestones." The police vrere in force at the theatre. NO SKY SCRAPERS-' WILL BS ALLOWED SYDNEY HAS TOO MUCH UNUSED GROUND TO TOLERATE 20- STOREY BUILDINGS Sydney, N.S..W-, Oct. sky scraper building; proposals have recently sought municipal sanction, but without success. The authorities maintain that a building limit of 130 Canada. When Hon. Sam Hughes', minister of militia and defence, passed through Calgary and. West gen- erally some time ago, ho.looked over nil the available sites Tor camps. At that time it was stated that a move- ment was contemplated that would make fewer camps, at Jess expense and with more men, giving the troopu better training and centralising the training points. According to tho In- formation now received In Calgary, the town of Coronation baa been .pick- ed for the scene of next camp, and the troops from all over Alberta and Saskatchewan will be gathered there for training The new camp grounds will en- tail but little more expense in tho .y of transportation for troops, ns part of the hotel builiUnff-which they fcct ,JR :ldhered public tho majority cf the soldiers arc now occupying until June 1 next. when it is understood they will also vacate. -Air. has not decided what, lie will do with the -remainder of the building next the lane, al- though it is likely that a -large block will replace it. coming There is no j to Calgary are brought in from out- real need in this great young coui.try j side points, tho city's quota to the with so much empty spaces available j camp .outside infantry regiment, to ,rob the inhabitants of the uyneiiU w of liprht and air by permitting the construction of buildings of 20 sior- ics or more. IN THE BALKAN WAR SAZANOFFS JOB HIS FAILURE TO SECURE INTER- VENTION IN BALKANS DIM- INISHED HIS PRESTIGE Newcastle, ling-, Oct. re- markable case came before the Xorth Cumberland revision court during ilic consideration of the lodger vote. U seems that a volcr has a coiUge fif- teen miles from Gilslaml which was to he go I nl, only by horseback. 1 he; caused by cottage is one of fnur on moorland lho fiasco in wnfch of of 3000 acres. It has fci-.cn in the J powers in the Balkans occupation of one family generation after generation for six hundred years! that .a win and it is said that the kitchen tire scon tafeo plMe betwccn the CRap St. Pfttersbnrff, Oct. the sitnauon nt' Promicr M. Siizanoff apjieavs to bo shaky the appointment to (ho premiership of Count. Wille, announced as probable by the nows- is liitlo likely, despite the J'act that ibe nominntion would pu pillar. M. Saziiuoffa efforts to bring about a rapjiroiichmnnt. (between Austria- and Unssi.'i somewliat tliinin I and the Emperor of Austria, but the Austro-Hungary. Ambassador, who ar- in which peat is burned, has kept alight'.Jor two centuries. A child living .in the cotlDt'p has not seen another child tor the past two years, and the voter is obliged to walk 15 miles to a polling station I'rabalUy be carried oi on election bctivcon Spala aai tSiilioenbrun. 1L The PQ1'rl'arler3 for tbe tr.ccl- PEACE WITH ITALY Bulgarians Destroy Im- portant Com- munication Interrupted hich only goes under, canvas for a few days every year, being very small. Tho only difference in the cost 'would bo tbe increased distance over which tbe trcop trams have to be hauled, and this wcnid be offsst by the saving in having one camp at Coronation, instead of one nt Regiria ami one at Calgary as formerly. The movement to have the camp I taken from Calgary, although not gen- erally known, is not conducive of en- thusiasm among those who have heard of H. The officers of the local militia units arc all of the opinion that the Sarceo reserve would malts the finest military reafcrv-j iu the west, and ;ire anxious to have that place taken up for this purpose. However, lho authorities iv'ho are behind tho movement to have Corona- tion made a base camp are pointing out that. H. if; e most central spot for the troops of the two p'rovinces, and the present indications are Cor- onation will be tbe scene of the noxt c.imp at least, and of MI miiimrj for the m'ovlace in the future. Ubdriin. territory invaded by Montenegro. A typical Albanian direct t'rriountainctir !cr.dir.g sheep to markot. His son in the background Is sadly hi need of cducaJon, TURKEY ACCEPTS TERMS Onchy, Switr.crland, Oct. 15. months of diplomatic strife for better Turkey surrendered this evening, 'and the Ottoman and Italian min- isters signed the protocol of peace treaty, which puts an end to the war betweem Italy and Turkey, and Incidentally relieves the Ottoraa.n orapfre of a crushing weight in tbo fcrthcoiiiiiig struggle in the Balltana. Berlin, Oct. limit of 24 ha sbeen fixed by Turkey for the Bal- kan states and Greece to apologize for the sending of their "insolent notft" to the special despatch, from Constihtinoplc. Ccnstantinople. Oct Tvirea to Kustendjc, conciu- sloa of pcate between Italy and Tnr- kej nas antiolpated by the Ottoman government, althougii the news dht not reuch here until four o'clock'.tills morning and still la imkaown to the public generally. In the meantime the Ministry ilarine aro taking actiho steps to pare the Turkish fleet to take In the campaign the states Throe battleships and two crulseis had been bottled up Italy's saimdrons, have not stationed at the mou-th of the Stock- Sea In order to escort an. onny of vaeilon to the Bulgarian coast This of the Turkish, forct-3 will compel the Bulgarian mili- tary commanders to part of Uieir army from the main attack om TutrKev in Macedonia, 'Notwithstanding the most precaution taken by the Turkish troops, Bulgarian bands hare ed m destroying some important1 bridges'.near Istip- irad Kotschana, so that communication with ScuUf is completely interrupted and uswa front the Moitenegrin frontier U imf meagre. The Ottoman goreninieut; has solved tbe problem of the employ- ment of Christian soldiers In the hh armj hy using them In the gairl-' eona of AaU Minor and also partly, in Cons tan Uuo pie Scrvin Patiently Waiting Degrade, Dot 10 siiuafc.oii, here is GOD of calm expectancy tlie pait ot tlie diplomatists and relaxod- activity on the part ,oE tbe military; '1 ho govprinncnt now the Porte's reply to its note oi Sim- dav last. "Our patience is not without a liffl- said a' member of tlie govern- ment- "We am prepared to give Tur- key the necessary time for tho con-, sidcratiun of our proposals and dis-f, ciiKsion, hut after that ive shall scut a deniand for an answer, setting .1 iime limit for thi? same." "It will be an wai asked. "In the- form of an was the reply. "TliR Servian government tains little hope of the Porte accept- ing tiie proposals mado Balk- an stales. Everything indicates tliafc Turku} is determined to refuse to reforms and so provoke :wari The semi-official Pplitika says'. "What arc we waiting for? Tha sooner war is declared the (Continuett on NOT WASTING MONEY USELESS TO AGITATE !MPERIALr PREFERENCE WHILE HOME RULE IS UNSETTLED London, Oct. Hylnc has doclinpcl ilio Duke of Westminsters' invitation to the thousand pound im- perial fund n.'inqucL which takes place this evening, iiis lordship states that ho would gladly contribute for the fuHheraw of imperial profcrcnco hut he ftrKs iL would be sheer waste oi money to tio so under present con- ditions. Tl'.firc is not. the remotest; prospect of imperial preference btrng, carried so long as the home rule u.ucs- tjon remains unsettled. Imperial domestic questions, are submitted the electorate in tho same issue and Iho leaders, of- tlie Unionist y party continue to sacrifice the inter- ests of their party and the and mitpiri.1 to the racial and reHgloug" prejudices of the ;