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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUMKV. PRICE-FIVE CENTS thbridge Daily Herald SOUTHERN ALBERTA WON THE BIG All Highest Awards for Wheat Went to South- ern Alberta Farmers IZES It may not bo becoming to'boast of .victories, but there are times ion victories are of. such a char- Jr that it cannot be helped. It Just that kind of victory Alberta i sec-red all tlu-oueb the Dry-Farm- isii B-vrrasition, and Southern Alberta's j has risen several points be- I cause of tho, showing It has made. A ilhongi, barred 'from cmering tho Brand for th-j state ori I lirlze, neveriheless Alberta' na won lrrlzes .u lhe tollgl.ess your t.jian ever before. Of the and some odd awards "'do in aiii classes fully half have "lay-d in yAlberta, and among them I some iof the most notable of the _ lo exposition. That. Southern Alberta is the prem- growing area of Canada demonstrated by this exposit. of the big prizes for bard Fhave been loft in Alberta, and net has impressed Itself oii the ilors from all part of tho world, P of tho international delegates Funicular having remarked on this licidencc. rOt course the big prize of alA and Which attracted more older in the whole .show.1 Ire prize for the best bnshol of i open to tho world, for which awarded the Humoly It ?2500. That this went. !to lie Holmes of Raymond, staying at ho within twenty miles of 'the city a boost which cannot fee ovcrlooite However to show that. Souther., lierln can repeat, the farmers w right out and carried off Hard Wii Wheat, the. best bnshol of Red wheat and the best bushcj of H wheat any other variety., The 1 covered them all or it is quite rl to suppose that Southern Alb would have been again In.tho when the judges had finished th work. The prizes were distributed as Best biishol of Hard Winter wuBat C. Haiisen. Pincher Qjreek sXty miles west of Lefhbrldso. Thi one of tho heaviest .bushels of ever exhibited' anywhere, vi KS pounds, according to the cjjjfflc figures. Alberta'. Saturday, October 'M, 19.12. Allan Huber, ex-Mayor t Berlin, Ont. is an.independenbandldate Ir the North Waterloo bj-eiebtion for the Ontario Lecture IR, CUNNINGLAM LEAYIIG CITY WILL BE ASSOCIATECVltiH COM- PANY CARRYINGiN'BIG INDUSTRIE ADRIANOPLES FALL IS NEAR Bulgarian Troops are Oc cupying Strong Strategic is Threatened London, Oct. victorious, Bulgarian army is rapidly closing ii I upon Adrianople, according lo the j latt'st advices from (lie seal of war. j A .Sofia despatch to the London Times sayd that King Ferdinand's i Iroops have taken the Adrianople rail- way station which lies south of the Maritza river anil are bombarJing the city from three and a half miles distant. A portion of the city is in llames. It'is expected that aa attempt will be inaile to carry the t'ity by storm. The main Bulgarian force is now only 161} miles.irom Constantinople. They advanced southward by two dis- tinct roads. The western army marched down the Marltza river past the outworks or Adrianoplc, wilich they have, apparently been treating hitherto as the Germans treated the Mctz. The eastern army is now str'ik- "ng south from Kirk-K'ilisscB. i Vie-tory has emboldened the jarian generals and a double turning novement is once more in progress against the Turks. Abdullah Pasha, vlth his main body o( beaten troops, TWENTY PAGES Number 270 holds a position twenty miles south "O, common are sunshine and flowers, And common are raindrops and. dew, ,-And the gay little'footsteps of children, And eommon the-love that holds true. Lord for our common place, mercies, That straight from Thy hand are bestowed. We are fain to uplift our thanksgivings- Take, Lord, the long debt have owed." ..It is a felicitous thousht that at this season ''recalls Margaret E. Songster, thqt gifted mind and gentle personality' that :has flitted to a fairer sphere than ours. Howbeit, the'theme and the oppor- tune time, rather than the composer suggested the thought of this article. The Commonplace things! How'precious they are, yet how prone are we to 'be unapprecia- live. It is not that we are always'ungrateful. Oh .hoi 'Only that are so apt to take such everyday blessings as'qujte a matter of course-to accept them quietly for granted, as a part'of our environment. And It is just possible that at some time or other when pointed- ly reminded that we ought to be glad and. grateful for just these little commonplaces, we are astonished. What isj the matter? Why, It never occurred to us before.In.Just that light. To be thankful for-sunlight and, shadow, :for the breeze that'sweeps the plain, for flowers and 'grass, for health, friendship, the. little child- ren that at times so sadly try our patience; the work that has to' be done and the weariness that follows in its for; these1 Man enough to do to take them as they' come! Softly, my friend1 Wcnreio like little spoiled times, self-inflicted it may be we must bear How slow we are to learn Must we be deprived of the'thingTin order to come to know, its worth? Ask the invalid the.purchase price m' health. Is a ransom, though he pay if with his'llfe, too much for love and home to the 'outcast "We are fain to uplift our thanksgivings." 'Are we? Let lis do it. Beaver Mines, .Oct. 18th, 1912. M. A.: HUME. BIG YIELDS FROM SUMMER FALLOW AROUND MONARCH MONTREAL HARBOR BOARD t? T- I I i tarmers Take a Unique Method of Swearing C J McCuaig, the Montreal stock broker who ,s hkely to iuc7eed Major Stephens as a member of the Montre al Harbor Board Major Stephens re signed Tuesday to Yields ROGERS TO SUCCEED :o withdraw from iibtllgc may eventually move.-past its move with his lamilj Red neer. and strike the railway 'to Salou- In conversation v ith lit unn msham I ik'i near Ueinokl. This fine is the unent A main artery of the Turkish empire, II K C of Thrace to Macedonia, and its I ondon with ioss would he a terrible blow i0 Ab- hc has conflrmid the ft montlTago Mr P Best bushel Ited Fife j A. the i iv Inch ior tllr" the lurlsh right cutting time the lied Deer proJal'vvai, dit, I ofi tlle communications with Conslan in tidn of Red lmople 1 nat mtans i cat slrophi. .iossibilities bv unninpham and most likely result in last week has conlnn im m the "le destruction of thc Turkish army Will the Ward Spread Berlin, Oct. 211. cut is enabled to state on first rate IUSIESS MEN ARE PLEASED belief that Red Deer Ii ver'v great opportunities, and 11 decided to join Mr. Bill! and hit contributing as, ui a wards the industrial i that town. A start h readv been made on Mr. Bull uiciat.es ssil le With the close of the Congress thi week, comes information showing th effect revealed amongst a'd has made a- sune-y of th itkm for- the purpose of findini just how' the business'men of tha cit fared during the past week, and fron every source comes' tho same remark i have had-one of the best weeks erta, 75 s from Wooiclresier. Al'J miles cast of Lethbrldge. Ili'st bushel or Marquis ry Holmes, Itnymotid, i; Lcthhridge. Itesl 'bushel of ,vilcat any oth cr B. Ji.fianscm, HI11 K mili-i -prizes for hard stayed within miles of Lethbridge, and 10 country which Letbbrldgo is centre and distributing a few of ihe nchieve- bcnts of the Southern Alberta farm- ers vhidi make the people of this of the .world proud of their com- velopmenfc plans, anil i the presence 01 a lau< Deer's prominent citi; His Worship, Mayor t authority, secretly choose the con- uccii victio" thnt an English ustiial de- as result the Halkan war, is very and A us- i .York Times correspond-' wc ever had since opening our doors. Stores Were Busy to ib'e'r of Ked 'including ivcr, 1'rrsi- le, G W. dent of the Boird o; Greene, Oapta u Moore, manager of stern Gen- eral Electric ton p nn L ih- son, manager ot Hie t dian 1J ink of Commerce, J i Ilus prtsi- dcnt United Firmtrs 'hcrti J. Grant MacGregor c i nginetr oi the members of the press i jflwn coun- cil, the corner stone of thc first unit of the Red p- Ifursmes probable. Austria, official denials to con- trary notwithstandiiig, is not in such an advanced state of military prepar- edness that she could begin opera- tions 'tomorrow and has made ar- rangements which are not far behind, while Germany, whose army and navy arc already in a state of semi-mobil- (Coutinued on page 3.) HAULTAIN'S APPOINTMENT MADE by the Hon. Duncan M all ler of Agricultur arc to have .as mana." landsc London, England binniry. But there aro others. In sweepstakes events Cardslonl s The Nurseries Lo i- piominenUy. both thronslila large lioldim, in Hheir Bcaril of Trade and that rolia bie exhibitor, Arlhnr Perrey. who has helped to attract atientlor, to "the Cardston district liny one farmer. Thu Cardson Board if Trade won i he fiwoepstakas foi will he develojied aloi as thc Red Dcet phi: vho best exhibit hy iionrd of of the province, and in addition car- vied oil live or six lirsts. Sir. Perrcy won tho sweepstakes in the Individ- tial fanner's exhibit, ihe best Individ iial event in the exposition, and took besides gome pr.ires of whicll thv? great majority wo-rc firsts including tho swt'epstai'ics in thc Individual farmers exhibit, of threshed grains, th( individual farmer's exhibit of garden (tnd Held seeds, best sheaf Western Jlyc grass and best sheaf Timothy. There was no grand prize siven this year for tho best aggregate on the number of points won by any Individ nal exhibiting, or that loo, would have- been added to Mr. Perry's string. Pincher Crce.tt was In the ruiminp ..'la few events and took their shart o.' tlw prizes wiili sweepstakes foi the best bushel of hard winter wheat a no'tablo 'win, for the best distric; exhibit of sheaf grains, and also for tho 'best aheai.' flax and sheaf alfalfa, "iosldes Mr. F. W. Foster, who was in barge for the fanners of (.lie district. home lo them five firsts and a couple of seconds, constituting; a very successful for tho banner town of tho foothill country. There were some Oliver grand which roinainod in Southern Alberta, among which wcrn illosi! for iho best of barley, won by N. TaitingcT, jlireshr-lm; best flax, A. ou nago SJ lu will start, at the ciia: probably lllc Victoria pHni through the Red Deer After the laying of i1 of tho Nurseries the turned of the. Red I company's plant, by ningham, and thus'tli been laid for two imh followed imniediafeh tion of several other an extremely atlracti'. industrial develnpmen! gressive town. A comf The Red Deer Holdim been of w Bull, is prrMd N. Holme, of Net he, 1 England, vice-picsn'i Cunningham, managi Mr. IS. C. Kelson ieneral Supply Co. secretary-treasurer, will be tiircctl; different cntcrpriM- installed and will al investments of Me. in Canada. Both Mr. son will still retain the Canadian Genera here, which company along its present supply has just warehouse an 13th St. _.... will go ahead stroi GIFT TO MR Mr. llranilritli. i sione'r for B.C., andsome dross from hi H Miw- cpjjrt, oi O'acquui d 'iaj whicii same lilies )petatiins j lie spii i hr.inil.ji] met store 1 aOd T; mpleim nt Cllll-l iat on -to be installa- mg in all .n) for the hat ni'o- Ottuvra, Del. F. W. (I. Ilanltain will be the new Chief Justice in tho Supreme (Joint of Saskatchewan, to suc- ceed Clltef Justice Wetmer. It is understood that tho Or- dcr-iii-Council was passed yes- icrday, Hiithcvizlng this ap- pointment, and will h0 signed by the Governor-General today. A .j, .j, The retail merchants throughout the city are all wearing the smile of satis faction, for their bank accounts been greatly swollen. From early morning till closing time visitors sup- plied 'With lots of coin made purchases liberally. There were few kickers. No. body thought tha prices asked for goods hero excessive, and, indeed, in many cases visitors admitted that they had secured bargains. The dry-goods, grocery establishments and hardware stcres reaped a bountiful Im-rvest, and in more Instances than one, certain particular dry-goods lines were com- pletely sold out. Business increased as the week ran on." Last Monday, and, indeed, lh-3 week-end preceding thc opening of the Congress, the inrush of trade com- menced to be felt, but it was really not until from last Tuesday onwards that the merchants discovered their fortune. Bakers anil confectioners Novelties were sold b; tho thon sands, one of the feature demands be- ing Lethbridge picture post cards in addition to souvenirs of various kinds man on the street corner "ellmg his flfts cent dn farming pen nants, was not forgotten. It was c'ei tainly one glorious week for. the bus! ness men 'whose faith in-their city is greatly strengthened: Cafes But while one recognizes tlte sue cess achieved by the various stores there is also the fact to be recorder that every hotel, restaurant, cafe boarding house, large and small, had the time of their lives accommodating Lheir guests. Mdro-mon-ey poured in to the coffers of these places than ev- er before in the history of the city. Meals were served at all hours, and lobody vvent hungry. More than that, so far as tti-e Herald can leam wry ew grumblers revealed their presence. This was an evidence that the class1 tf visitors vvas of an exemplary na- nrc. i In spite of the fact that every Ottawa. seems fairly well assured that lion Robert Rogers is lo succeed Mr Monk as Minister ot Public Works lion Dl Hocho 1B to become Mmisar of ihe Interior and L-. 1 Miicenill of Montieal to be come Secretary of State: To placate Ouebeo fti the loss of the public ks portfolio Louis Lo- dera will be appointed Solicitot Gen iral. -VTirwhil] inn 1L Pliir'a one of tho tno seats hold bj SI R. Forget, and which gave the Conser. vative 062 of a majority lotel was taxed to its utmost capacity (Continued on page S) USELESS COMMISSION Ottawa, Oct. It is likely that the public service commis- iwi umi truutucllulltl s ___ and the butchers wer-a in the composed of 'Messrs. Lake !i and Dneharme, will be dissolv swim, and ii. was no easy taslt'cnter-j ing to the needs of the provision j seekers. The drug stores and cigar j counters also did a thriving week's business. ed early in the new year. The chairman, A. B. Morine, re- signed last spring. THE APPROACH OF THANKSGIVING AND THEY'tL SOON BE NATlTOAt HP LOOKS" 1 Jlr Kd itercsts in Co. go ahead ics. The .its new corner oi wlicrc it ever. FOOL LETTERS ANNOY NURSES YOUNG .LADIES' WHO'ATTENDED ROOSEVELT. BOMBARDED WITH OFFERS OF MARRIAGE, Chicago Oa Blanohard Fitzgerald and Miss Elsa Walter: the nurses, who attended Col. Roosevelt in Mercy Hospital have obtained a vacation. The young women' havn complained of beinD tired out jThei vearmess thev s nd VMS not 0% al together to tho strain of taking care of the Colonel, but to num her of letters they bad-received, many 'of. them from men who had made-pro poi ils of mairl 'You arc the girl for -wrote one suitor to .Miss am ofi md i in mikc i hippv horn for you. I fell in love with your pic lure. Marry me and save a breaking heart. 'Your care and devotion to a hero, wrote another to .Miss Walter, "Is beautiful. You have, broken my heart. A bsautiful, capable young woman like you would make a happy life, j Iciiow I I can make you happy." Still another wrolo Miss Walter that be had not been able to cat or si since he bad seen her picture. Farmers in the Monaich district are not given' to making street comer statements about the Melds and pro ductneness of theli land Thej are rithei Inclined to business methods and prefer to pieient the facts m shape so that the bu Iness min anJ the plospectUe imccior can be satis I fled that all the claims nnde are based on fact and not on exaggerated state- ments md nlth a new to soiling land l or boosting a district moie than it is to The Monarch farmerb h u e IP Jlrently taken the tip 'from Ihe circulation mauasjeib of tht new 15- pijieis with i circulation worth w'hllo ind hue backed up their statements i ith an affidavit Some may thml that such a course is unnecessary, but when one comes to think itoier and get down to the final analysis, there is something which appeals in the prc sentatiou of straight business facts backed un bj 'the snoin statement or the man making then There have been manv statements mlde this -veil is to yields anil piobibh nlueti pei cent of them ire nithm tile limit of the ngid truth but when a i adds to his statement the weight of a legil obligation to bad up the claim If called on to do so the business man ran bank on its reliahil it} Monarch has, not done much blowing but it is surrounded bi as thnft} and intelligent a class of farm eis as any town in Alberta lear In and out with favorable 'weather condi lions there have been paying crops and th0 land of tho district acre for acie produces as much as tire beat in tho west. That land values are on tho upgrade is abundantlj piovenbv a sale made a leV days ago m ivhlch acieage of con siderable dimensions sold for ?43 an acre. Mi n-Me Hoss who is a Monarch bopsjer, and who has shown his -faith the dlstnct b} ettrnsue Invest ts a- f-c fci Cou gress, and in conversation with a re- Jresentative of the claimed that Mcmrch could stand up -v ith the best of them when It came to maWng a showing from the yield at the thrash- cr's spout. f have been reading a lot m jour papei said Mr Hoss about vields hut I to sav that no district has done 'what the farmers" of our dis trict have done and that Is bad ed 11B their claim's ..sworn affidavits. This appealed to the Herald man aa a. .new departure, and-Mr. Hoss .was 'in- ited to make a show down He did it all right He had a pocket full oi properly sworn, and .witnessed state- ments from farmers, giving the, actual results aa shown by the threshers' books A Golden Story Here is the the story reads fiorn Monarch farmeis Archie Ststvart had 9930 bushels, f i om "3p act es and he was, offered Tso 1 riorlhera for it Tho vnnets was Red Fife. Knight, from.'a. field of 85 acres summer'fallow, got' 3785 bushels of Hed wheat, ;whioh graded No. 0 Northern .jAria.Koole, ori :i field of 157 acres bieaknig and summer lallciv harvest ed 11300 bushels, -which graded No. i Northern. 'Koole, acres spring breaking, harvested 3350 bushels, elevator woight; and it graded No. 1 Northern. Mr, Koole lives on the s.w. of 23-10- Alfred Scratch, who lives of on tho SHAPIRO WILL LIKELY CONFESS DRIVER OF MURDER CAR WILL TELL WHO ACTUALLY SHOT ROSENTHAL New York, Oct. that William Shapiro, driver ot .the ''mur- der car." given couraga by tho result same section, swears that, from a. field of 13V4 acres, he threshed C5U buslrels of Bed Flfo wheat. This was on summer fallov, and it graded No. 1 Northern. David mulligan had, a remarkable record on 17 acres of summer fallow. He got bushels of Red Fife No. Northern, an even 45 bushels to tho acre. In ether grains tho record vvas of tho same- golden hue, blit, of course, wheat.-was the principal grain sown. Oats 'registered as high as 123 bushels to tho acre, and potatoes liOO bushels to the aero. Taken on the whole Mon- arch farmers have every reason to do some blowing, and it is worthy of notice that there wasn't much stnbblo work. The good crops 'were taken off or the Becker trial, had .'decided make- n complete last night, and excited.much In- terest, in view of the possible cffact.... on the trials of fho four gunmen. j Shapiro. It Is understood, Is ready KII, or has already signed an davit, In .which he gives tho names ol j th-o man or men who did the- actual I killing of Hosenthnl. J land properly prepared. Wcrk in which muscle- and brain were well ex. pendcd. NO HERALD MONDAY Mondny being. Thanksgiving--' Day, and a public holiday, tho. Dully Herald will not be 13- ;