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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Lclhln-idgG, Alberta. l-Yiduy, October IS, Number .233 IS CANADA GOING TO THEBAD English Congregationalist Deplores Downward Tendencies of Peo- ple Spiritually J.omlon, Oct. Toniarkablo in- dictment against Canada wits niado by Alfred Brtdiisfm .Mutton, ox-M.P., .Vho, for a number or years, repre- sented the -LMorley division of York- Bill ro, at the autumnal assembly of tlip Congregational union, now being held nt Manchester. Twenty years ago, ho BHiitl, lie found Toronto resem- bled a, good, steady Scottish town, Bitch as Aberdeen. Me did not think any one would then, have dared -whis- tle on the Sabbath. lie wished lie could any that was the worst thing today in Toronto. There was n feverish state of affairs, and as excitement and pleasure-seeking and general disregard of the conservative Scottish Instincts as in any Ameri- can city. Tlris change was noticeable throughout Canada, from the Atlan- tic to the Pacific. The desire to get rich quick pervaded Canada like a canlrer, and it was ten times" more difficult for religious work to make progress in Canada than in England. It may be noted incidentally that Mutton himself is not a man. Me has town apartments in fashionable Arlington street, and two houses in Yorkshire, besides being a i member of the exclusive Brooks and; Devonshire clubs, I BRITAIN NOTIFIED THAT WAR IS NOW DECLARED 't PEACE TREATY SIGNED Ouchy, Switzerland, Oct. 18. final clruft of Iho treaty between Turkey anil Italy was signed at lialf-iiast throe o'- clock this afternoon. JOHNNY WOOLF VISITS CONGRESS Slill the delegates and visitors to the Congress pour in to city, and far mere from every part of thu con- tinent are mooting .hern on common ground. One of .the latest delegates to arrive is J. Woolf, of Nevada. Mr. Woolf has been in Southern Alberta for the past weel: tout just came to the city this morn- ing. "There will be five or six dele- gates from Nevada, and it is my op- inion that they will seo here the greatest 'exposition of dry-farmed pro- ducts ever brought together at one time. The outlook is good for break- ing all records of the Congress here this week. Utah will be along with a large delegation, who will arrive tomorrow night. They are after the next Congress, and arc coming In num'bera to get it. "The south of Alberta looks the Eame as ever. Everybody is busy, ami all look prosperous. This has been one the best yearn in history of the Canadian West" the 1. T. MARECHAL, K.C., WILL SUCdED to Go-Outside House for New Mem- ber Cabinet Ottawa, Oct. situation in "regard, to the approaching retirement of Hou. F. D. Monk remains' practi- cally the same .this .morning. That 1t wIU be It is not al- ready in the hands of the Premier, and that it "will be accepted, is ad- mitted on all sides. But there is still lio definite :iumounceruent as to -when the Minister will actually drop out. Impression Is growing that Hon. W. B. minister of Inland Revenue not follow 51 r. Monk's example, fcuf. will stick to his post 3Jr. Pellet ier, postmaster-general, lias already intimated that he will remain hi the government. L. T. Marecbal, K.C., is almost certain to outer the Cabinet on the formal retirement, of Mr, Louis Cohere, momlier for Ilochelnga county, will resign, in ordnr to provide Mr. jlarenhal with a. seat. On September '21. Hocli- gave Code-re a majority of over one thousand, so thai Mr. (ihirechal be practically certain of -elec- tion. The impression that Mr. Monk win continue to sit in the House grows stronger. He will continue to sup- port the general policies 01" the gov- ernment. Tho date of the opening of rbe House will proltably be officially announced tonight. "SENATOR WEYBURN DEAD Washington, D.C., Oct. States Senator Weldon B. Heybnrn, of Idaho, died at his apartments here tonight, after a lingering illness. He was 'sixty years okl, and hud been in the Senate nine years. ANOTHER VICTIM ROBL1N Morden, JIan., Oct. case against K. .1. A. Prince, oi Winni- peg, who was arrested at Cardinal a week ago in connection with the Mac- donald election, was dismissed here this morning by Magistrate Onleti. In dismissing the case the magistrate stated cmphaiicalh that the young man should not have been arrested at all and that it- was time to ptitj I stop to such proceedings. Balkan States Make Offi- cial key's Action Against Greece Awaited London, Oct. that Bulgaria, Servia, and Greece had de- clared war against Turkey was given to the British Foreign Office today by representatives of these countries Thc only formality lacking is the de- claration of war by Turkey againsl Greece, which the Ottoman govern ment has appeared reluctant to do. This little detail, however, is not d laying the movements of the various armies. Another Montenegrin Success London, Oct. whole of the Turkish garrison of Berana., consist- ing of four thousand regulars and three thousand bashi bszouks (irreg- ulars) took flight in the night before the capture of the town by the Mont' enegrins, according to an official des- patch from Cettinje. The Monteneg- rins pursued them, and took, a num- ber of prisoners and three field guns. The pursuit was continued toward Bozai. An Appeal to. Bulgaria Sofia, Oct. striking pro- clamation to the Bulgarian nation has been issued by Kins Ferdinand. In U he recounts the sufferings of the Macedonian Christiana, ami the ei'- i'orts of the European Powers to ob- tain bettor treatment, and finall; says he has called his people to anus only ju'ter the patience of thc Balkan nations 'has been exhausted. The proclamation opens with ference to King Ferdinand's peaceful ;n of twenty-five years, and says he had hojieii it 'would have so con tinned, "but providence judged other- ivisc. The moment, lias tome when the Bulgarian race is called upon to renounce the benefits of peace, and to have recourse to arms for the sol- ution of the great problems beyond the Kilo and Phodophe mountains. Our brothers in blood and religion have not been able until this day. thirty-five years after our liberation, to obtain conditions of life that are bearable. "The tears ot (he Balkan slaves and the groaning of millions of Christians not but stir cur hearts and tlie hearts of our co-religionists. "Our love of peace now is exhaust- ed. To succor the Christian popula- tion of Turkey there remains (o us no ether means than to turn to arms. the massacres of Istip and otschana, instead of according jus- tice and satisfaction, Turkey ordered die mobilization of. her military forc- >ur long patience has thus been pin to a rude test. "Our work is just, and- a great and sacred one. with faith in the protec- tion and support, of the Almighty, J WEALTH OF THE NORTH AMERICAN CONTINENT IN HANDSOME DISPLAY bring to niz of the Bul- garian nation that this is a war for human rights. CONVALESCING NICELY Chicago, Oct. lowing bulletin was issued by Col. Roosevelt's physicians ui a.m.: TO: temperature, iH4; respiration. IS; pain hi (ho chest diminshed. Hreatii- Ing freely. General condition so good'that be will he allow- od lo sifc up tor an hour to- day. His convalescence is progressing favor.-biy, and tin- Jess some latent, infection manifests itself his progress should be rapid, i Signed t Dr. John H. Murphy. Dr. Arthur B. Evan, Dr. Alexander Lam- Dr. Scurroy L. v 3usy Men and Women Working Like Beavers Rounding Into Shape the Greatest Exhibit of Natural States Exhibit is Splendid Arrangements d their enterprise which the people wait a time before they sec il again in [this e'iiy. Preparing for the greatest are doing. Thousands oi dollars is repented in the exhibits, to sav 'nolliins about the time and energy Is tnc Jjry-Kai I.ei tlie uuheliever hie himself to the centre of activity let him j look at the splendid exhibits from the] in the agricultural -line In this province. Waving whealfields, magnificent samples ot alfalfa, vege- tables, and even 'the golden all have their place in the display. It is a credit: lo Alberta. However, it is too early in. the The busy little lice has nothing on expended by Ilie enthusiastic men ami hest the couple of hundred at thc women who an- responsible ior the great ifeir Ri-oumls these -lavs. TK-ip are IK. lnmKIliliwilt j drones in ih.u part of tlie world all' Is lllc "n'-Kanmns onyes, m ti ;ai't: honey 1 promises sumi'thi 'oi Uthhridtfi; will wait a tiiiu-' .Sacramento Valley in California to'sarne wrlle about'the individual the province of Mniiiloni and noia Pftoils of the stales and Edmonton to Washing n D 0 It; P'ovmas It is enough to that what he .sees does not ciuse in Utorta is there lilcuise Siskatcht exposition in Canada west a opinion, Id him talk so is Brit- of the great. what they some of the men and uliohuu Ilsn tolumlm and so is Mamtoh i given practically their whole turn tor1 lnL not ill foi tie states -icvoss the past month'to mah the tongiesb hue kit that could ami exposition possible imi butch enthusiasm will ciusc i SCAPED FROM SERVING TWENTY-FIVE YEAR TERM sjiion of opinion as to the worthiness j of the project. not afford to Irl Canada steal the congress and exposition both ior this Harry Cline Wanted at Bad Men in Custody The Lethbridge police have now in their custody two very much wanted men. One is Harry Cline, alias Jack Ulack, alias Tom Callaghan, who it will he remembcrccl was only recent- ly sentenced by Judge to three months in the jail ior attempted picking of pockets during the fair week. Cline, it-appears, is an-escaped convict, having'1, jnade his getaw-ay from the San Francisco .jail on Jan- uary -ith He was under sen- tence of 25 years for attempted -mur- der and robbery, and there is reward hanging over his head. On the expiring of his present term he will go back and do bis term in the states. The man who escaped from PRINCE ALBERT MAN IS BUSY year, so Washington is on hand, tack1 eil up by and Oregon, Cal- ifornia. Idaho. Arizona, Utah and Colorado, with some individual, uhi- bils from .several of the other state; I ire ill making the best si til ntj-j I he; considei their uch dis: ilass buildups lend the n selus to tht purpose lor nre intended PUBLICITY EXPERT HERE WITH FINE HAS ATTRACTIVE FEATURES So far as the exposition .itself is concerned it will 1m coniined to Can ada anil the United .Slates. Hut the work will spread to all parts oi the world, for alreadv delegates are lie- ginning to arrive'from foreign lands, isclvcs fortunate and they cannot help but cam with them some conception ci ihi branch of agriculture linown UK dry farming. .Tlig Rush On It is not oikn tint tin, loll of cot A walk through the building this ton finds its way so hut morning revealed that last rush Ofthhiutans liau brought along which just precedes the .oflicial open- about a hale, and'it looks.as if Ihev- ing of the exposition Mam of the intended Lo "cotton" to., .everyone state and provincial pxhibilb arc al that looU like -i I hey ue most in place; others uill require the and if thej can couple of days before tbij come up make thcnsehts strong thp to the expectations of thai sponsors j delates bv binding out bom mi Oklahoma's Display Colorado and Arizona arc in the, 1 at- One Saskatchewan city which does tcr class, ihcir ears not mteud 10 be behind the times is 01( Prince Albert, "the White Coal City." j morning that they y Bustling with Walter E., erecting their displays Gtinii, tbeir eiilerprlslng pub commissioner, arrived in the citj were delayed onlj thib iction in morning b; homan this morning, to look after tlie Prince AI- knovy lhere bert city and district exhibit, which is already set up at the grounds. said an Okla he tliJn t newspaperman about. "I never saw uuth nt, nicer than that; Alhcrta exhibit I guess The Prince Albert exhibit promises' they must have, spent some to to -be unique. Not only are they that up. But then, the. province showing that Prince Albert ranks votes the money and they can aHord with the best as an agricultural com- it. munity, but they are also showing why their city is called the White Coal City. With hydraulic Alberta's Exhibit Thc Alberta exhibit is being put up Cotton'-bolls tliLj will sttrch what they came after. QMIH, to the lather late annal of some of the exhibits, state, district and individual, it ".will be all the ex- hibitors can do if the get read} fcr. the opening on morning In the meantime the judges are rather undeciutd as to what couise thej Mill t ikt, and it seemi. lurdh liktly that tiiev Hill get started with their efoie tumonow mornint, The new buildings at. the 'faiir grounds are ncaring completion, ?nd the exhibits from the Canadian -go'' eminent ami the city of Cranbrook will not he in place before tomorrow better condition here than uemng Ibe Cianhrook people mnp- horse-power at their command, they it has bee i shown semil pod out tor tbemsthes a airbi- tlic police station here, an associate are supplying power to Intending.; times. E. L. Richardson who is turns i rogram, but thej ate going to of Cline, Harry Davenport, alias manufacturers at from to again in charge of the displ u Uvp up lo lt and [f anv- visitor to White', is also wanted for cscap-j horse power per aniium, and on about: fifteen hours luh it thc the grounds goes twar without ste- ing-fronj custody. He was sen-ins a j the of this, advantage to grounds, and bis and Hsle in iug tht ir exhibit he will be robbing have secured six factories in the past forty days. ten year term for grand larceny. A reward is also oflered for his cap- ture. Another Important Capture So th John McKay, the man arrested this (jffects of their exhibit one of the morning while attempting to aur- j features. The display -will he of di- 5lari7e the home of Edward Oxland, versified farming exhibits, set off 5th street, in this city, is also With electrical clusters nt the corn- wanted in Edmonton on the charge tTS( the whole to be finished in sar- of burglary McKay was caught right anac< frlth ftnd whUe el, ihe act this morning about 2: la the new industry seeking a site, they making a display will not be lost in hansih of an opportumtv uluch endevivprins: to gain art entrance into Mr. (Island's house, and when he found .himself cornered he pulled his "I order the brave Bulgarian army without (foing any UTAH IS AFTER NEXT CONGRESS march on to Turkish territory. "Forward! God be with you." (Continued on page nv lie new faces a charge of attempted burglary and intent to kill. He was committed 1'or trial. fects. Prince A Ibfirt has a perfect pub- licity organization, and their repre- sentatives will be very busy among the delegates with information and literature telling of the advantages of their city and district. PRESIDENT WIDT3OE AND A BIG j DELEGATION WILL ARRIVE TOMORROW EVENING President Wiatsoe ot the Dry Farm- ing Congress, with a large party oi delegates from tlie State oi Utah, will arrive tomorrow evening on the Great Falls train which arrives at Chairman Xourse oi the enter- tainment committee has asked thai j his committee meet the delegates' from the south on their arrival. The dab delegation are'coming1 to thr congress with one main object in view. They want the r.cxl congress and they are cominp in mmil.rrs to get it. Salt Lake t'ily madn ft bid 1913 congress, hut won out, Salt Kake withdrawing in our favor. Nearly nil the delegates have friends in l.rlhliridge and dis- trici, and their visit to Southern iicria is an impuitani event. Centennial Cerem- onies at Queenston Heights 'the ensemble which will represent'the should-not be'overlooKed, TWO HUNDRED AFTER THE RUMELY JUDGES WILL HAVE HARD TASK TO DECIDE ON THE SWEEP- STAKES BOOSTING HARD FOR OKLAHOMA EVER GETS NEXT CONGRESS WILL CERTAINLY HAVE TO GO SOME !f the jury of awards for tlie Dry- Farming HIxposition have an easy time deciding the winners in some of the exhibits, there is one contest in which they will have to sit down and study. T'.s'o hundred fnrmers are ex- hibiting in the bushel of wheat com- of course, overy farni- cr Knows for a certainty that his wheat is thc best. IE he did not he {im bv CIiairmaiI Nourse and thc probably would not have exhibited. of the (mtcrtainnient' com- But two hiiinirud entries in one com- petition, ihopc entries coming from the far east lo the extreme Oklahoma promises to take the city by storm before the end oi next week. The advance guard oi their delega- tion to thc-congress has been-in tho- cttv fnr several days setting up their exhibit.- and getting the lay of the land- Last night their reserves arr riveif and were greeted at the sla-i for the time being er wheat, grower of. the and from Texas to the very limit of the wheat zone, shows the wide- spread interest in this competition, which wil! ihf nrcmi world. There is one feature which is iny to make Hie wheat, competition attr? and Rosfborn. i ready on Ho has AV. J. of and those two vet- erans :u ooni'HMiiion onee more, with ji coujilo of iumrired more, will make th.it competition one of the most watched of any on the grounds. mi t tee, who escorted them to -their hotels, and looked after their com-? forls for tiie night- The Oklahomnn delegation, like tho Utah delegation, which is yet to tr- rive, is after the next session of tbn congress, and are busy today: doing a little quiet missionary work among (he delegates from the other states, who have already arrived. Those in party arriving last night were 10 tlio competing farmers, j A- and wife, C. F-. that is thai Sfagur Whoeler, of! an entry al- ler, H. Anderson, .J. L. McKcown he scene at Queenston on .Saturday was one that will live in the mem- ory of those present as long as they live. The measured booming of the guns, the simple recital of Brock's death in the hour of victory, the floral tributes, all combined to make the impression lasting and the occasion worth recounting by future writers in history. GYP THE BLOOD IS ILL New York, Oct. was a mild scare in. the Tombs tonight, when Harry Horowitz, better known as "Gyn the was taken ill. was first believed that, ho had been poisoned in some way, but a physi- cian, summoned from Bellcvne hos- pital, who found "Gyp" pronnlng in pain, decided that the trouble flammation. of the sioinnrh. intimnted that .-'Oino times he ;ind wiic, G. T. Bryan and wife. 0. G. Harper and ivife, K. C. Johnston and Irma one of the ofii- cials of (lie Women's Congress. RAIN AND SLEET STOP THRESHING to be taken to the hospital, but wish was not grantod. Winnipeg. Oct. and rain over many parts oi thc three.prairie provinces lias put a stop to thresh- ing operations. An unusually long spell of line weather for this month has enabled farmers to thresh up a great deal oi ground.lost through in- conditions in .September, but I tine weather for the baUucc of the j month js foully- needed ii threshing is he anywhere neat' completuJ (ore winter. ;