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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TSe Lethbridge Daily Herald .1 VOLITME v. LcthbrUlsc Alberta. Hatiiiday. Oclober 11), 1012 Number 264' LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR WILL OPEN CONGRESS Function Takes Place 1 1 a.m. Monday Preceded By a Procession Opening Exercises, 11 o'clock, at the Grandstand, Exposition Grounds. Music-The tethbrldgc Pipers' Band. Chairman J. W. McNicol, of the Exposition Board, will formally turn the Exposition over to the International Dry-Parming Congress. Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture of Alberta, as Honorary Chairman of the Cnnad-ian Board of Control, will formally accept the Exposition in behalf of the Congress. Exposition formally opened by His Honor George Hedley Vicars Bulyea, .Lleutenant-Oovernor .of Alberta, and personal representative of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Connaught. Governor-Gcn-ernl of Canat;.!. Address-Hen. Ed. R. Kone, Comn.lsEloncr of Agriculture, Austin, Texas. Address-J. H. Gricdale, Director of Dominion Experimental Farms, Ottawa, Ont. Address-His Honor George W. Brown, Lieutenant-Governor of Sask^tcl'.ev.'an. 'I'lu: sioai Dry-Knnniiig I'l.xpoHllioii 'bo opeaud (in Monduy morning al '.' o'l'.Iooli, !ind| everything will bo ' coiiipk'tp. every o.vhiblt In place, iiud thf) judging ]>ractfciilly finished. Tlio formal opbnlug exercises will takft place at ll/o'clock, and will he ot a most elabopto character. They ivIU be precedefl by a, parado from lowntown to the Fair grounds, and wound tlio track In the paddock, ^vhoro the dlBtinguished vialtorg will light, and take places assigned them in the front or. the centrais-ubrtjiou of-the auditorium. Tlie public 'will htf permitted to occupy seats' anywhere in tho aiidltp;-)jiin free. The procosslbtt will form in the busi-tiesH Bectlon.-and will" comprlb^ the "escort of tli� Northwest Mounted Po-' lice, His Honor Llentonant-Governor Bulyea, Prenident .Tohn A. WWtsoe, Wayor George M. Hatch, Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of .\gricuHure; Hon. W. R. Motherwell, Minister of Agriculture, Saskatchewan; George Uarcourt. chairman of the Bc.trd of Go�'ornora; Fi'od W. Downer, chairman of the Board of Contvol; Secretary John Ti Burns, Publicity Director ^H'. D. Plnlay, AsslBiant-Secretary R. B. Shaw, members of the City Council and �city government officials, dep- > tity nilnl8t�rB of agriculture of the lour Western provinces, official repre-nentaliveg of the United States and Dominion governments, and other dig-to I taxi eg. The formal exerclucs will open with ftn addrass by Chainnan, McNicol, who Will offlcfnlly turn over the exposition and grotrn'da lit behalf of the Exposition committee to l.leutonaut-Govor-nor Buljwa, 'who will make a brief address o� greeting in| behalf ot the Crown, and will fonimlly declare the ISxposltion open, and turn over Us uiaaiRgonient lo George Harcourt, Chalrmuu of. the Board ot GovernoTS, as ropreaonting the Board of Control. Brief remarks will follow iby His "Worship Mayor Hatch, Secretary Burns, and ropresoutatlves of. the Do-ininion of Oaiuada and the United States. Shown the Sights The entire party will then bo os-ccTtDd by Chairman .McNU'ol, and the Exposition oommltteo throughout the entire Expositlou, and wdil he introduced to all the exhibitors. 'I'he ftdmlsstoii to the grounds from ilonday morning, until the close of the ExrKJsltlon, will be by ticket only. Kv-ej-y delegubo to the Congress will, upon registering at the lieadciiiarters in the Jtoya! Bank building, he furnished With a season ticket to the Wxposltlon, ]), UwHegate's badge admitting him to ^ali Sessions of tlie Congress, Invitations to the V. jr, C, A. and the Chln-oolc Club, and copies ot booklets pertaining to Southern Alberta. In addition, "the Board ot Trade has prepared a sraiall pocket folder, entitled "Loth-bridao in Tabloid," containing complete inforniatiou as to the city. Its goviei.-nment, Its utilities, its street railway routes, Its hack fares. Its auto cb.'uigee, and desirable sigbt-eoeing trips. These will be given to every uelesaee arriving today and through' out tho week, T(. is desirable that every delegate Bhuuld, roglBter at ouce. Many havo wdttfm iii advance fcr nccommoda ^ lions and the reservations huvo 'been mado.for them. It they will go forth-"Vihh upon their arrival to the Ury-Farm'iig Congress headquarters, their rooinrj wll) he ussl/.med iheui, and every liulornmtloii [iivnlahod thai they GILLESPIE WITHDRAWS CASE AGAINST Cin LORD AND LADY DESBOROUGH Lord Desborough Is Chairman of the London Chamber of Commerce and a famous athlete.He has large investments In Canada. international UjS'-KiivmIng Congress' :,IicnB Monday, OiSrobci' Jl. at 1,o'clock .n thn afternoon ITt ili:- iiudifnrhim. (IJelogTtes are rc^fiuo.iiiMi lo be soaicil �ive minutes hefcri' iho oppniu); huiuM ' .Mn-.ic-l.elhhridge l-ipor's liainl CHuiruB-"Onward, ( liriiitian Hoi lilcr?." by Cardston '. horal SocliMy, under the direction of l':i)f. S, S. .\, w- ' tan. Achlres."! r,t Ivelconu'--1 lin Wor.sliip Georgo M. Hatch, .\1-.yor of Loth.' l)rl(lv,e. I Address of welcouu --Mr. f''iRH \V. l.>owuor, Rxfonflvo ('^ciniiiiti of lhf>| Caii.tdian lvo;ii'fl ol ("ontrol. A(ldrc.-:K In behalf of tl-,c Inleruation-, al H'Jard of Governnr:* -Mr, George: ilarcourl, Deputy -Miiilsui- of .\?,rif;ul-' 1UV0 of Albcrtn. Ch.ilnnan of the In-, ternationnl Bou-rd. ! Responso in behalf of the luterua-tional Congrcs.s-Dr, ,iolm A, Widtsoe, President ot the X-'onsrress, President of the Utah Agrictilliir;!l ColleKO. His Honor George liedloy Vicars Bui yo.i, l.leutenant-Oqviirnor of Alberta, In behalf of the,grown, will formally open the Interna.tioa:il Dry-Fcrming CongrcEs. * .Salute to the IntcniationAl flags. Chorus-International .\nthem. Address-Hon. _Martiu Uurrell, .Minister of Agriculture of the JX-minion, Olfawa, Ont, Address-T5n tung llsieh, Interna-tloual delegate from China, .\ddrosa-Hon, Duncan AInrshall, Minister of AgricuHuro of Alberta, Kd-| monton. Address-MliTsa .Mi Kull Kahn, Charge d'Affaires of Persia, Washington, D, C. CLARESeOLM f ROTEST 1 T Effort to Have Petition Set Aside Owing to Irregularities CAN'T ENTER GROUNDS SUNDAY Police Will Enforce Rigid Regulations at the Gates petition; Malcolm 1 '. ? ? Kdnioaton, Alta., (XI IS,-Cjiief Justice 1-Iarvey of the supreme court in chambors today heard a brought on beliall oi llmi. McKcn/ic, provincial Iveusuier, to have set aside the prDlest afiainst his election as nipmber [or i laicshnlm. The petition was put in by A, Cr. .McKay and 0. M, Ui.ir,sar and appearing against it is .1. McKini'.lcy Cameron of Calgary. The avguniouts were suh-,slantially the same as urged against the Cross protsst, atul �liif!i were disniis.scd by .Justice ,Sfot,t. The case will he continued next Tuesday in CalKaiy, .\|)plicalion on behalf nf Hon. C. W, t.'ross to have proceedings stayed in cnunoction with the protest of his ' election in I'almontou, \;cre heard l:e-! fore Mr, Justice .Scoti. Messrs. :\lc-i Kay and Uiggar made the applioution | a stay, while f. Mct'aul, l\.t'., C. It'. Newell appeared tor pro- for and testant against election. 'I'lie application was disiiii.s,scd and an appeal against this decision will be ialien to the supreme court eu banc. LUTHERAN MINISTER Wotasklwln, Alta,, Oct, .lohn ".I, Frodeen, iiloneer DEAD 18.-Rev, Swedish i-utheran minister, died last night. : : > > > .> BIG GLOVE SALE AND AN AD. IN THE HERALD The merchants cf the city repeatedly state that the women ot L-ethbridgo display good business management in conducting their household af-falTs, at least in so far as they follow the store news closely, and are quick to laks advantage ot inducemeata in regard to st.vle, ciuality or price, .Vs an instance, the Hudson's Bay sold three hundred and forty-seven pairs of gloves last Friday and Saturday as a result of an item in thfiir ad, which appeared exclusively In this paper on Thursday evening, . Other morclmuts tell the story of dit'c-ct response to ad-^ vei'tislng. The Exposition coniraittee has arranged with the police to take charge of the Exposition grounds tomorrow (Sunday), and the phblic will not ibe admitted, either within the grounds or to any of tlie buildings. The exhibllora who have been delayed, or whose exhibits have been delayed in Iran-sit, Will bo permitted to enter upon presentatlou of their credentials, but positively nobody , else can enter the grounds or buildings. This notice is served upoii the public with the view ot not having people disappointed through thinking that It would be possible for them to gain admittance. The instructions to the police are positive, and will be strielly cni'crced by them, Tlioro will be no admit-innce to the general publli:, .1, W. McNlCOU Chainnan Bxposltion Com. Looks Like a Move to Qualify as Candidate for Mayoralty � K.\-Chicf of TolicR.Toseph C4illespie has made a significant move ir* con-ntction with his suit, against the city of Ixthbridgc, et al, claiming damages for wrongful dismissal, etc. An amended statement of claim has been tiled eliminating the city of Lethbridge as one ot the defendants. Ciatise 7 of the amended claim reads "The plaintilf by reason of the atore-said acts of the defendants Egan, Sll-likcr and Hatch was dcprivbd of and i dismissed from the said office of Chiet ,ot Police and has lost, and been de-j prlved cf the emoluments thereof to-igcthcr with tlie dignity, honor and jcrcdit of the said ofliue." The result of Mr. Gillespie's latest move in striking ottt the name of the city as defendants in his suit sUg-' Igests the possibility ot the cx-chief ' i entering -the field as a mayoralty can-^didate at the coming municipal elec-I tions. MANY DELEGATES ON THEIR WAY NIGHT Monday Night,,7.30-Auditorium Music-Pllgrrlm'p Chorus, Cardston Choral Society. V JIufilc-Chorus : for male voices, "Men of the North." Announcenient of Committees (each state delegation must hand to Uie secretary the name of a memJwr for the following committees: Credentials, Nominations nn > > ? ? : : ; : : : : ? : ? > ADIV1ISSION TO BE CHARGED VALUABLE ORE Prince P^upert, Oct, Id.-The Grand Trunk I'acilic liavo now 200 miles of . traek laiil east of Prince Rupert and i traiu,s are orerating 180 miles. At j pjjj the New ila'/.eltun mines over $l00,-j[yj duo \V(U-tli of silver lead ore is awaiting .shii'iiieut. Tli:s ure is from tl.e Silver Standard and Harris Tvliiics, talicn out i)U development work. Despite the fact that officials announced tiiere would be no admission charge to,the Dry-Farming Kxi)nsitiQu, a change has been niiule in the arrangements, and it Is new stated those who arc not delegates will imvo to pny. It has been ar-ran.aed that the charge shall 'he 25 cents, which 'will give the privilege of passing in and out of the grounds at pleasure during the day. Should anyone feel like saving money a ticket can be bought for one dollar good fcr the entire exposition. Delegates will have to register at heiicl>iuanors where a badge will bo iKsued, good for entrance witliout charge. hibit at the Dry-Fanning Congress, .spcct6r Silliker. He is coming from provided, ot course, it arrives in Toronto, Chief Davis having corn-time. .Just now it is delayed at municated with a member of that T, � , 1 1 .,i - n.. force, who it is expected will resign K.ngsgate. It is not delajed on its ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ own accotmt, but because ot the Chi- possible moment. The name ol nese gentleman, En Lung llseili, who the new inspector has not he�n made itnown; as there is still a doubt whether or not ho will be able to get his release as soon as the Lethbridge officials desire. "We need an inspector," said Chief Ditvis this morning, "and wu expect one here .shortly. He will be a good man in whom I can place implicit trust. Any police force needs an in-,spector. No, Icannot tell yoti his name at the present time. >iegotia- is accompanying it, and who is responsible for its safe delivery in the exposition building. And the reason Mr, En Lung H.scih is delayed is that he is a native . of that big new republic across the Pa-ciiic. There is a $fiOO govcrnineut head tax on all Chinese entering Canada. En: Lung H.seih is tioming to the (_7ongress as the, .special interna-Ujon^ have'not" ad^^nWd" so far'as to lional representative from China, and aiunv me lo do that." ; who, on looking up the records found V: nearly two hundred delegate* already registered last ntgbt, shows that tb� ' number of delegates to be expMted to . the seventh seasloii will far outnttik' . her those ever reglvtered at aay' pr�* vious congreBB.:^V'j-. .]'\ And BO far thie dalegataailiar* htrd^ >' ly commenoed .to come.^,Onl)t,.tlial'ail> ' vance guard has arrived so fa^^vlth i the bijlic-of the crowds to conie durloi ing the next two days. Those arriving next, who hare h�i' > aided their coming are: \ * 7.10 Saturday eveninK-'President Widtso� ; with Cardston delegation, and Con* gress choir of 116.. , ' i Monday morning the Spokane deW' gatlon will arrive by special train. iJleut.-Governor Bulyea will i arrlva , j in the olty either tomorrow or eaTlyi,| on Monday moTnlng. . , Wednesday Is to be Pinqher Creek"'v; and iMacleod day, and large crowd* are expected from the west, as sev- '; cral of the towns have large dlstricii''' e.xhlblts. The entertainment and reception: committee have arranged to have �; liarty at the trains to meet all the flbovo arrivals, and will make every; � arrangement for their comfort. : ? ? ? > ''' Chinese representative will he able to imposing and pretentious Y;comc in under a special privilege. U in^s than the present one INVESTS HALF MILLION Prince Rupert, Oct. 19.~A. D, Has- 'S CAR WAS ON FIRE Perhaps the meat peculiar call ever made on the eLthbrldge fire department was rung In last night, when 1 ? ; ; * * * > * ? ? I,-imn nrip r,l tli'c owners ot the Flan- ' ^lajor Hatch's McLaughlin started a i; Jim --.^Unlnnn nn k mvr nil' i�ce Utile Mazs in front of the Chin-igaa Hotel, .-^askatnon, anJ knmwi all ^^^^ Worship had just had o\er Western Lanaua, has just pur-1,^ j^^^^. ,,,.es,,o.iite tank installed on cluxsed over half a million dollars > ^i^^ ^j,,, nghtiag purposes and as worth of Prince Rupert property. He ; he was lighting it up to go to the ha.s decide,! to live in this city. ? ; ; ? ? > ? > > > ? ? MARCHING ON ADRIANOPLE Sofia. Oct, t!),-.The Diilgarlan army lias taken Mustaiilm, and la inivrehing on to Adrianoplo, Tlui Turks were dei'oiUe.i all along the line. depot to meet some Montana friends, a little too much gas escaped somewhere with the result that when the ma'.ch was struck to light the -lamps the gas lit all about the car, setting lire to the gasoline drippings. It was a iileo blaze while it lasted. The steam roller of the Kloao Paving (!o, was licai- and tried to jnit the ilre out with fitoaui, Then water was poured on the llame, only making It 'Spread. It was not iiiitl! tho Uro brigade riw-poiul : ; : ? ? : ? : : ? ; : : | : UNCLE TAKES THE HONOR Capetown, S.A,, Oct. 19,-On tho occasion of the visit to South Africa in 1901, King GoCTge, who was then Dnke of Cornwall, was invested with tho chancellorship of the Capo University. Since, however, there is no precedent for the Sovereign holding office in any unlvei-sily of tho ICmpiro, His Majesty has roatgncd. tho position, whicli has been acceptod by tho Duke ot Connaught in suece.'jBlon to the King, ? ? > ? � * ?? ? ? : ? ? ? ? '> < Seize Petty GainUiDgDe?ices The little bone cubes with the little black dot-a are still, and the Winning Miss ftt the cigar counter tcnowa not what to do with herself today. And nl^ because Chief Davis yea- ' terday decided that tho dice are to bo henceforth and forever tabooed. A littio trouble ^vith an expert manipulator of tho ivory bones yesterday who relieved the little lady of sevaral dollars worth of smolrable merchan- k. dlse was the cause ot the drastic order, and the look ot boredom which the Lady of the Cigar Stand has assumed. . Tlw little cubes In their little leather boxes are �1I safely deposited in the strong box at the policeetation. They were lifted bodily at the chief's order last ni^ht, and are no more a farolJIar sight to the weai-y traveller bent on whiliag away a few spare moment'3 in dlaultory conversation with the Queen of the hotel* cigar stand. It is another mild form of gambling which has gone to the wall. Tho cigar rotallers claim It Is a severe v blow lo their' daily sales, but expf^,/) they will have to stand by tho order, ^ i And tho wheels and other machines j have also been removed, so that ther/f�'vl 1b nothing to It an yinore but.pay for.Vr u'hiU yon get, and bo glad you ar*;j)otiV "stuck for the amokoB," � ;