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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald VOLUME v. Number 266 Best Congress Yet is Universa 1 Verdict II i irTIAPr I i 'irewwtwi HANDSACROS: IMAGINARY LINE Telegrams of Greeting Re- ceived from Governors of Many States FROM THE DUKE The Governor-General on Board Royal Train Sent Best Wishes Lethbridge is becoming notorious. iTo have, been thought of yesterday in York, in' Wyoming, in Nebraska LUE RIBBON AWARD IS MAD PKOF. c. T. LEWIS Chief of Horticulture of Oregon Agri cultural College, one of the judges of fruits and vegetables. Saskatchewan is Said to Have Captured the Coveted Honors OKLAHOMA NEXT MEANS MILLIONS TO THE FARMERS USE OF WHEAT AND FLAX in Washington to have added to a message of congratulation and felicitation from tun Duke ol Con- liaughi, en route to Ottawa, where he will .open the'parliament of the Do- minion of Canada on -Nov. 21 next, and then to cap the climax by re- ceiving cheering words from General Botha, premier of South Africa, and by Deputy from the minister of agriculture for Saskatchewan, WASTE IMPORTANT Winners of Sweepstakes Will be Announced at Auditorium Tonight BURKELL Interested in Forest Re- serve Idea for Sheep Grazing Ground AKlrffiigh sweepstakes prize for llie ben display of dry-fmn- products, upell t, stllte or in the world, has not .vet officially announced .by the chairman of the jury or awards, :ind will not be "Utilization of ianii makes announced officially umil Hon. Dim- for economy anil efficiency on the .Marshall doas so tuiilgh: it is ua- ED.xjljj. WEBSTER Dean of Agricultural Collet and Chairman-of Live Stock and Dairying Section 5-' 'Austria-Hun farm and this ia about all there real- j dem'ticd that tiie provinos of Sask-it- 1L .is to .farm iMiewnn h.ts made itself famous by win mug tlio 'bine ribbon event of tbe thoiv. Oklahoma, it fe understood, Tills was the central thought expifss- Minisli'i: .Mantle, of his address BACK AT OTTAWA GIVEN A BIS WELCOME, 200' PEOPLE BEING AT THE STATION igary'is almost too much' Kami Management, before a fuirlj- i second, only a .few points be- for tlic staid and sober Lethbridge large gathering of delegates in the citizen; and yet it all happened yes- basement of Knox church tin's morn- terday. Round after round of ap- ing. Jas. Murray, of Suffield, presid- plnuse broke forth from a thousand ed at this section, and there' were throats last night when Secretary several other speakers, including .John T. Hums and read mes- Prof. Watson, of Wyoming, I'rof. sage after message as they came hot -Moprehouse, of Manitoba Agricultur- .oll" the wireSimessages froin, luilf College, and Geo. II. Mutton, Su- .round the world, all containing Experimental Farm at for the success of the great, Laeombe. Internationa! Dry-Farming Congress] Deputy Minister Mantle's paper was in session in hethbridgu. If anything .exceedingly' practical. Tic said that wiis- needed, to proclaim the world--'there werer-.-manr ways in which wide-interest in Congress; that waste was allowed on lite farm, something was, supplied, and waste of soil constitu- ai'e "now deliberating to promote ents by.over-production, weed crowtli. nlaiis for the furtherance of the fanif- waste of moislurc'by im- interests of the world through proper cultivation, lie pointed out Ihe channels opened by means of 'the (hat there was an immense waste hi t position. hind. This is the second time Saskatche- wan has competed lor the big prize at nn exposition r.f the Cry-Fanning Congress, last year at Colorado fco" Ing the first. They stood well up In the number of points then, being only 38 behind Alberto, 'winner of the sweepstakes for the second year, and .1.7 behind .Oklahoma, their closest com petitor this year. j The in" charge of Prof.' Thompson, of liegina, and was In- stalled by Mr. Uretton, who has been Royal High nesses, the Duke and Duchess of. Con naught and the Princess Patricia ar rived In Ottawa tonight at ll.SO o' clock, via special C. P. R. train from Toronto, epoclMnaking torn cf neiri} ten fLousand miles through out Western. Canada w hich extended to the fhej were met bj the -Klght. .Hon, R. L. Borden, the of his colleagues the Mayor, Cit3 Council aiid seyeriii thousand eltize; who turned out to the Royal resi- dents a welcome home. Whistles various mills throughout the city toll- in the city for the cast 'three vfeeks, f "d their shrill welcomes, as tile Royal Congress must surely fe.el a keener wheat straw. If some industry could i interest in their work, knowing that use this wheat straw and pay tie far-! great men of many nations are an- mer So a ton for it, there would'he i The following are 'the messages as Schreiber, Or.t., Oct. 20. Please accept my best wishes for the success of the Dry-Farming Cou- gress. I feel that it be an im- portant factor in the development of f the agricultural resources of the ConnaugJit. straw could lie made to bo worth per ton. While regretting my inability to at- tend the seventh session of the Inter- national Dry-Farming Congress, I lake this means 67 expressing the deepest interest the people o! the state of Washington feel in the work of the Congress. I I rust, this session will prove fruitful in practical re- sults, and that the Congress will con- tiniic to groiv as a factor ami an in- j influencing iorco in the development Of of China to EXHIBIT CAME LONG DISTANCE CHINA'S DISPLAY REACHES THE CITY AND IS PLACED AT EXPOSITION Six thousand miles is a nice dis- tance for any exhibit to tnivcl even to a world's fair, llowrvi-r, it was i not considered too far fur liio m-w lino dis- working almost day and night to'get, Irain steamofl into the city. t prepared for the opening of the ex-'f The arrival of the" Royal party being so late there'was no attempt at speech making or presentation of addresses, it .being of an informal character, but none tho less sincere, a fitting conclu- sion to oils cf the most auspicious trips mads any such party in Canada. The winning of this prize will boost the campaign of the Reginu dele-: gatiou tu capture the Congress for wan. j The other -big sweepstakes prize- i winners will be announced tonight, in the auditorium by Hon. Duncan Jllar-1 shall, and the trophies will be pre- sented by Miss E-JIL Hatch, Queen of; the Congress. I The trophy for tho suue sweep- stakes is the presented by' the nine banks of Leth bridge. HERE WELL ATTENDED HELD CONFERENCE Local Men Met Minister and Presented Most Con' vincing Argument For three years the sheep growers of Southern Alberta have been put- ting forth every effort to induce the Dominion government to set at their disposal a part of the .forest reserves in the foot 'hills of Southern Alberta for use as summer range for sheep. It now appears as if their efforts were not to be in vain, for last night the local Board of Trade, through theii representatives. President Cunning- ham, Secretary Manwarhig, o, T. La- throp and John Taylor, and the South- ern Alberta Wool Growers' Associa- tion, through President Harvey, C. S. Crest, and Mr. Young inst with Hon. Martin Bumell, Minister of Agricul- ure for the Dominion in the office of C. Ives, when the whole matter summer range for sheep was dis- cussed from every angle, and in the ONE OF THE JUDGES Hon. F. C. Edmonds, of Helena, Okli PROMINENT MEN ARE ARRIVING SUPPORTERS FOR CONTENDING CITIES FOR NEXT CONGRESS ALSO ARRIVE the agricultural resources of all am- j Play of the dry-farmed products of erica. With sinccrest wishes for a I that country, anil at noon tmlav Kn uselul scssion- Hsich haci ii HON. CLIFFORD SIFTONISILL FORMER MINISTER OF INTERIOR SERIOUSLY ILL OF PNEU- MONIA AT OTTAWA Jl. E. "Hay, o'ov. Washington, ilito illc exhibit. ?l Hatvan, Hungary, Oct. in. 1 Heartiest congratulations. ff: Hoppely, Vice-President for Hloomfontein, not. 21. pf Oonnaught, hcihliridge, g Greetings from tlic. Dry-Farming Household Science of South fiica. Xeser, President. Congratulations anil greetings from gpnion of South Africa. Uovha, Premier. "This is the first; t.iuic ue 'lavi: ev- er exhibited nt the Dry-Kiirniin" Con- said tin1, gcntlcinar. from Cliina, "bill it will not Ihe list. Our exhibits IMay not bo very good yet, bill (liny will lie belter." is awakening to its agricultural pos- sibilities, nnd such tbe Dry-Farming Congress arc going to do much for us." Ulack barley is one of tiio features of the exhibit, which is composed mostly pf grains, an.l different quali- ties of wool from their nocks. Visitors'who saw the exhibit were [greatly interested, and. lion. Ali.i j l-'sich thinks it will mil be many K" Hudapest, Oct. 311. i ,.thc America Deeply regretting that I could ar- "re o" Jige for no ollicial representative to in concluding a treaty 'with the tribes the Congress year, delegates are still pouring mtcTUlc citj-i .Some- ot tho big men now arrived and-iiiorc are to come tins, afternoon.'..Prof Shaw, of-St. Paul J. J. 'Kill's agricultural expert, cam- in from the soulli'lart night; 'Frot' Macpuu, of Ottawa, came in today, and Dean Bailcj, of Cornell sity, who is the big man in agncul- tnrc on the other side of' the line, comes in this afternoon lie w ill bo one pf the central figures of .the Co; grcss session from now on. PROTEST IS WITHDRAWN Prince Albert, Sask.j Oct. protest of the election of J. B. Brad- shaw to the provincial legislature of Saskatchewan has been withdrawn. TURKISH ARMY IS ON THE RUN FLEEING PANIC STRICKEN BE FORE GREEKS LEAVING EQUIPMENT BEHIND Athens, Greece, Oct. Turk- It army is fleeing in panic from jsikata on the way lo the Turkish own of Scrvia in tlic norlli 'acconl- ng to a semi-oHieial statement lied here today. The Greek troops re said tit he vigorously pursuing iem. When the Turks precipitately aban- oned the town of Klassona it is d they left behind them their etafE ps and u million cartridges. They also dropped [luring their re- eat much of their clothing and ost oi" their engineering implements, total losses to the Greeks dur- thc lirst day's engagement are ven as one captain, two lieutenants nineteen men killed and 75 onnded. Tlu; Greek troops in Epirus ijeeupied the heights command- nmhovR and those of Xirovouni. I te Turkish artillery lire upon the ts of Grimhove was without ma- effect. JUDGE WINTER HELD THAT THE TOWN LICENSE WAS MUCH TOO HIGH TURKS Sofia, In ihe case of the Tjethbridge Sash and Door Company vs. Hugh Taylor, wliiirh came en for hearing at tho last clnlnBs of the District Court, JudK- mem U'ns given todny hy His Honor .ludgc' Winter, as follows: Judgment j for plaintiff for amount claim- I oil nnd judgment for the defendant for I damages to about tho same amount, j without costs, which is tantamount lo j a dismissal UM action, BOMBARDED KAVARNIA Bulgaria, Ocl. Tnrklsli warships today bombarded thn Buliar. Ian port, of Kavarnia. The custom In the case ol Miller, appellant, and i houSL, and wvernl Daniel Crookston, respondent, which shops wero dlmiagcd was an appeal against, a conviction ,s a town on tho at Magrath under t in Poo hy aw, which imposed a license of. for I Black the first and for the second table, the conviction was nuashrd JUDGE RIDDELL HONORED Hasten, Pa., Oct. 21. f cast of Varna. the conviction was quashed with costs awarded to the iippellant. i In concluding the judgment, Hisllon-i or .fudge Winter said view of Hie very limited popu- lation oi' tiie town of Magrath. the li- cense' lee is unreasonably high and nipositioa is an absolute of the business of pool- William Ron- wick Kiddcll, Jnslirf of the King's Honch Division, High Conn of Justice, Toronto, Can., had Ilio decree of conferred upon lifm loday at Lafayette C'nllOKC. Tho occasion tlio cole- ion of Kounders' Day at tho col- lose, 'which was bold in Pardefr Hull. WHERE SEXES ARE EQUAL I.omion, Oct.. Times under- stands that both minority and maj- ority rtjjtortij of tho divorce connnis- iiinn recommend thai the sexes be ofjual before the law in the matter of divorce. LISTEN FOR RAYMOND Raymond, Oct. 22. Ray- mond's Mayor has declared Thursday a public holiday, and tho townspeople, headed by the band, arc coming to' Leth- britlge en masse to make a big noise over the honors brought by Mr. Holmes, In winning tho liumely engine. It. will he a regular Haymond Day. Although Alberta has been barred from entering m the big sweepstakes prize of the Exposition, and the IfriH vincml exhibit is, theiefore, merely in ornament and an the province, the boards of tiade and faimeis have come up to ,he scratch, -with nu evcell-ent collec- icn of exhiblla There general cellencc pi oven when the judges Ills morning awarded several' of. tUe ipecial general exhibits, and there i ere tound among the ftlnnerB the t iimes of Arthur Perrey, Cardstoh; :H. I'. Alaunsell, JIaoIeod, H. Salmon, Raj mend ,The Cardston man. added to the Uuiels which fell to him last year. He is again tho premier iudl-, dry-farmer of the world. is John "Baxter, of Bd- niantodf Vho last year earned off sweepstakes 111 the vegetable exhibits Spiliigs. His display 4thi5 jear wast fifty per cent, or course, won again. Tillman Renter has been one of the' most faithful exhibitors at expositions the-Dry-Farming Congress since Uie exhibition was'made a feature-of the; movement. He is again to the fore this year, and will carry back several pieces of silver to Oregon. In the Board of Trade district ex- hibits, Cardstoii was again to the front. There Is no downing Cardeton u a com petition of this kind, although. J. N. Barker will admit that and Pincher Creek gave liim a bad, The judges attested to the general sxcellenco of all the exhibits which entered for the .general hat fruit from British Columbia! beiug especially good, al- so, making an excellent sh.o'wing io; the classes entered. The prizes announced follow: Individual Farmer's Exhibit, thing to como from own farm, en to the world; premiuni, Fairbanks Morse pumping engine and outfit, don. ated by tho Canadian Fairbanks Mora a Co., of by Arthur Per-' rev, Cardston. District Exhibit of Grasies and For. age Cardston; 2, District Exhibit of Valley, Cal. District Exhibit of Chamber of Commerce. District Exhibit of Sheaf 1, Pincher Creek; '2, Cardaton. District Exhibit of Thrcihcd 1, Indian Head; '2, Cardston. District Exhibit of County, Okla. Individual Farmers Exhibit of Gnci- es and Forage Renter, tladras, Ore. Individual Farmer's Exhibit of Veg- tables and Ed- nontcn. Individual Farmer's Exhibit of Sheaf Reuter, Ore. Individual Farmer's Exhibit of Threshed Perrey, Card- ston. Individual Farmer's Exhibit of Cot- Oliver, OKla. Individual Farmer's Exhibit of Gar. den and Field Arthur rey, Cardston; 2, V. Axelson, Colo. General Exhibit of Agricultural Station of Demon-- stration Farm, Utah Agricultural Col- lege. Largest Apple (open to the world) Nicholson. Salmon Arm. B.C. Largest Renter, Madras, Ore. t Best Display by ,-yiy ch commerce, board of tradet tural society of Alber' trophy donated -hy Mo; bhall. Minister of d, 'ev ston Hoard of 11 ido tf (Coitlinucd (iii ta. ;