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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald 'VOL. II. LETHBRIDGE, ALBCPTA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, I90t. NO. 271. .OFFICERS OF i THE NAVY REVOLT Very Serious Situ- ation Develops In Greece Athens, Greece, Oct. actual revolt in the navy has taken place d the situation is; acute. The band of naval officers which on Wed- nesday, -quitted the .captain and with- drew to Salamis, an island ten miles to the -west, today seized the arsenal there and are now entrenched. They met "no opposition. "The rebels are led by an officer., Tibaldos., and are now reported to number three .hundred men. The government has proclaimed Tibaldos a traitor ana ordered his arrest by the militia. The Greek fleet is anchored at Kar- ataini, on the further side of the is- land of Sjalamis" and has not yet had time to declare which side it take. Many of the junior naval officers in Athens disavow the revolt. Great ex- citement prevails in this city, and the ministry of marine is guarded by troops. Lieut. Tibaldos, ...who heads tlie re- folt, is 'commander of a flotilla of torpedo boats and submarines. )t appears that he demands that he be appointed Minister of Marine. He threatens if the appointment is not made, that he will overthrow the government and establish a dictator- ship. This afternoon, a regiment of infantry and a battery of field gr.i s were sent to Karamanga, on y coast, -a few miles from Athens and opposite LeroSj the, point on the .Is- land of Famis, where Tibaldo's are entrenched. It is now said Ti- baldos has secured the support rf the entire torpedo1 flotilla of eight ships and threatens employ these in sinking the reet of the fleet. As ?'i- baldos arsenal and ammun- ition depots, tJhe vessels in the pos- session of the government are vit-h- out ammunition, but have not b--.in fe molested. The cause of the naval revolt ir. Greece is to be found probably in the recent failure, of the Greek cause in Crete, when the powers upon lur- tcy's protest, removed .the Helenic flag which had been hoisted at OaT.- This failure' to secure Crete popularly blamed to governmental in- efficiency, and as a result several weeke battalions of troops at Athens mutinied. Retiring to th> suburbs i ijthev'-. demanded the surrender of the High Places held in the army by -Crown Prince Const.in- tine. commander in chief of the Greek army; Prince Andrew, a captain of cavalry Christopher, a sub-lieutenant in :the infantry. Ihe cause of -the malcontents was espous- ed by league which on October 15 forced the Chamber of Deputies to vote a measure abolishing the right of the Crown Princes to jt hold the post of Commander-in-chief p and of the other princes to hold mil- itary Upon the "passage of the military in Chamber of Deputi-as, IHlthirty lovalist members showed their withdrawing from rhe However, s the military J -WAS with the hu- pfrniliation of the Royal family and en last Wednesday it issued an ulti- ?55matum" demanding the enactment -viwjthin 24 hours of ari ordinance sus- pending all promotion" for five years, abolition of the post of rcar-ad- heretofore held by Prince together with two vice-admir- and fifteen positions of lesser A compromise offered was not to .the league and on night thirty naval officer to the Island of Salamis xipon an arsenal 'is situated. Today officers rtTruits the arsenal in open jeviit. Ladies Must Not Use Rats Kansas City, Mo., Oct. and after November 1, all lady clerks and employees must discontinue the wearing of 'rats' in their hair dress. Please, govern yourselves according- ly." (Signed) "A. B. Richards, "District Supt." This order, issued from the office of the Superintendent of Postal Tel- egraph Company, here, has become a matter of grave concern to the wo- men clerks and operators in the em- ploy of the company in this city. They declare that not only will the order compel them to appear out of date, bdt that the modern feminine hass cannot be worn without the uni- versal "rat." The general opinion ANXIOUS TO SATISFY THE DUTCH South African States- man Predicts Peace For All Time of war, Sir Percy South Airica has now complete self-government. There is no race of domination and liberty of the subject and property is secure. Better still, with the prom- ises to be a permanent peace prevails between the two races. This was so because the winners of the fight did not bring bitterness and feeling of re- venge to the subsequent councils, but a 'determination to rob the Dutch of every grievance they might have. LIBERALS Ottawa, Ont., Oct. Cana-j dian Club of Ottawa 'this afternoon i bade a formal farewell to Sir John Hanbury-Williams, who for the past LORD MORLEY TO BE NEXT GOVERNOR Believed He Has Been Selected To Succeed Earl Grey among the women affected is that Mr. five years has been military secretary Richardson will find it difficult to en- to His Excellency, Earl Grey. The force the ruling. sense cf loss, which the members ofi I the Club and Canadians generally feel at 'the departure of Sir John Montreal Oct. the governor generalship the Herald this afternoon says: "A Canadian of po- sition and influence 'who recently re- timed from England says it is not improbable that Lord Morley will be the choice of the government for the London, Oct. government; position of Governor General of Can- IT ANOTHER BANK TO ERECT BLOCK The Eastern Townships Bank Purchases Site On Red- path St. r was i forces were routed today in the bigiada, when Earl Grey's .term in office voiced by the Hon. W. L. Mackenzie. eiectjon in Bbrmondsey division of expires. A dispatch from London re- iving, .who said that in the five years' 3 borough ceived here, today quoted the Times he had spent in. Canada, Sir John: Q{ LondonJ-i; Judge Duinphreysl Un-! as authority for the sta.te.ment that I had won the esteem of all wbn'! three cornered" fight I'the government has decided to offer j the Atlantic to the Pacific. In all J with a piuraijty of overcoming the position to a member of the.Cab- jhis dealings with the Canadians. Mr. j Liberal majority of 1795 in i inct. The authority referred-to, who living said Sir John had shown VQte WJ- as follows: will not consent to be personally best qualities of a soldier and a diplo 9 j quoted on the subject, says that Lord mat. Sir John in replying referred s Morlev is the member of the Cabinet with feeling to the five happy years he -had spent in Canada. The 'hearti- ness of, the welcome on arrival to himself and his family and the con- tinued kindness of the people over a Funeral Of Late Mr. Barford All that was mortal of the lat? >J. Barford, was laid to rest in the Church of England cemetery. remains were taken liis late residence on Burdett St. St. Augustin's Church. After a slvrt ser- vice had be-en conducted, the Cor- tege 'which was large an-1 represen- tative, moved to the cemcvy. J.S.Ghivers officiated at the church and grave. The pall bearers were C. A M. .P.; 'P. L. C B. Bowman, R. Sage, JR. J. Bal- dry and W. Scott. Several persons from outside points were present, in- cluding Mr. and Mrs. Harvy Bentley, of Daysland; Mr. McWHrtcr; of Win- npeg, and'' Mr. John Craig, of monton. The floral tributes beautiful. Ed- NASTY JAB AT EXPLORER COOK Didn't Glimb Mt. Me- Kinleyy Say Mon- tana People i Dr. A. Sailer, Socialist i The Unionist victory is considered a severe blow to the-' supporters of the budget as all along this election" The Eastern Townships Bank 'have taken up the option on the twenty- five foot- lot adjoining the Red Cross Drug' Store oh Bedpath street for the period of five years, he said, would j be a -happy memory lives and would make it impossible for them -to ever forget their Canadian friends. Previous to was expected to afford'-'a good test of referred to. "It is not he says, "that Lord Morley will.accept the it is both honorable, dignified and congenial.. His admin- istration of the India office is not Officials In His Departments Make Presentations To the Late Minister T onlv brilliant, but has been marked the coun- Lbv more far-reaching reforms than the feeling try generally on. the impending'strug- sle in Parliament. the formal adieu to members of Club to an address on constitu- lot was sold by the Alberta Securities tional government in South Africa by r j Sir Percy Fitegerald. Sir Percy who purposes of a bank site The price Sir John, the paid was ten thousand dollars. The bank intend putting up has been prominent in South African large bank building as soon as the affairs since the days of the Jamie-, necessarr... plans art completed. raid, said that the" conditions; upper story will be used as rooms for j which- Prevailed in South Africa, pre-j the employes. It is expected -that I rious 'lo tlhe outbreak of war in 1899, constituted a great Empire crisis. There had been going on for one hun- the new: building will b? ready for occupancy 'next April. 'This an- nouncement on the part of this pro- gressive institution is another dence of -its faith-in Lethbridge. INDIAN FACES CHARGE OF MURDER that of any minister since the mutiny Tks appointment of .Lord Morley I would in "a sense be a new departure for although there "have been gover- (Special to the Herald.) Edmonton, Alta., Oct. of the most touching tributes of respect and esteem ever paid a man in pub- lic life was that tendered Hon. Wil- liam T. Finlay last evening at the banquet given Mm and the presen- nors general of great capacity anduations made at Hurry's cafe by the brilliant attainments, there have been of the staff of the depart- none of high literary distinction.' Were he to: accept the position the British crown would be represented ments of agriculture and the provin- cial secretary upon .the occasion Hamilton, Mont., Oct., a stormy session lasting till midnight, a meeting addressed'.by; Dr.'. Frederick A. Cook, last night, adopted a reso- lution expressing confidence' in tbt veracity of Barrill and Printz. guides who made affidavits that Cool did not climb Mount McKinley. Attorney Crutchfield, attorney for- the guides, questioned' Cook -after his address and then the excitement broke forth. Crutchfield challenged Cook's .statements. This brought on a discussion, the fellow townsmen ol the guides taking sides. A member of the audience offered a" resolution at this point asking that the meeting declare a lack of faith on the part of the entire people of jylfon- tana in all matters about which' ...Dr. Cook made- claims. Attorney Ro- j land White, of San Francisco, -who was in the audience, rose and as a ci- tizen, made a plea for fair p-lay. ,ator Joseph M. Dickinson, of Monta- na, also took the floor and urged fain play he accorded all parties to the controversy. Neither those who were' opposed to Dr. Cook, nor his friendi would accept the resolution and was''withdrawn by its author. Edward N. Barrill, the gtide who accompanied Dr. Cook up Mount Kinley, was called on and taking the of platform, declared" that Dr. Cook's his retirement from the control of statements that they reached'the top _ .jf 3 btl ULJJlivii to ima. u vui, v by a distinguished .man. ollettets on (these departments over vhich he has Lf Mount McKinlev were incorrect. sides of the line on this contin-, for tfee .first five years of Dr. Cook rcplicd by anDOuncing to '________. j the existence of the Alberta govern- nient. dred years a conflict between ''two ut- j WILL MOVE AND SECOND Ottawa, Ont., Oct. W. Kyte, of Richmond, S.? will move anil Hon. Mr. Finlay was presented. with beautiful illuminated addresses from both departments and wrtih a terly irreconcilable ideals; the British j At the police af-1 Arthur Ecremont, of Berthi-ar, Que., j_goU headed cane frorn..: "'c TO INSURE THE AVIATORS Washington. D. C., Oct. ance for those who go up in flying machines is the latest form of policy brought out "by an enterprising Scot- tish Casualty Insurance Company, The U. S. Consul at Dumferliri'e, Scot- land, today to the bureau of Commerce Labor that the corpor- ation in question has recognized the need for insurance of aviators. The) innovation- is looked upon with dis-j trust by other insurance concerns of) Great Britain, Lloyds declining to is- sue such, insurance on the opera- tors, the machinery "or structure of aeroplanes or dirigible balloons. Another phase of insurance, rela- tive to fhe new science- of aeronautics has been put out by a well known marine insurance company of Eng- land. This policy appears to be con- of- for it contemplates protection of the lives and property .of innocent per- sons, who may be individually injur- ed or whose possessions may be dam- aged by falling aeroplanes. Raymond last Friday night. He was i opening of Parliament, for eight days. The pre- liminary hearing will be held some time next week, probably'on Monday. LETHBRIDGE SCORES AGAIN {Special to the Herald.) Billings, Mont., Oct. took first prize in winter wheat in the sheaf, with Alberta Red. M. P. P. FOR COMMONS Mount Brydges, Oct. 28.- Dun- can Ross, M. L. A., was nominat- ed by the Liberals'today to run for the Commons in Middlesex, Mr. Calvert's late seat. idearofa state in which perfect equal i ter.ncon Emile BullsMelds was charg- j will second t'he ity would exist and the-Dutch ideal ed with the murder of Little Shields at I speech from the Throne at ihe of a Republic in which racial predom- inance would prevail. Sir Percy said he had no patience with the idea that the Dutch had acted dishonorably and were a treacherous and rebellious peo- ple. They were nothing of the sort. They had simply endeavored to work out their plans and to establish an empire for Holland in South Africa, which they had a perfect right to do. Overtures in the direction of peace -had frequently been made, and the Dutch were not always to blame for their failure. For -a century the shadow of the sword hung over the land and leaders of the races knew that there was not room for two masters and difficulties could be settled only by a fight. As a result WANT RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION (Special to the Herald.) tural .department .and a handsome suit case .from, the department of the provincial secretary. Barrill's face that .the latter's state-, ments were false. CLEAN AGAINST THEUNCLEAN Hamilton, Ont., Oct. time has come when the old names of Lib- eral and Tory, so dear to our forefa- Edmontpn, Alta., Oct. cone j thers> ought to ,te obliterated' because ference of representatives of differ- ent denominations is being held here today to draft a resolution to ask the government to institute religious in- struction in the public schools. SPECULATOR STANDS IN THE WAY OF FARMERS Declaration Made At the Dry Farming Should Introduce Live For Destroying Weeds principles involved in them in the past are no longer at issue before the country. It would be more in keep- ing with common sense, and survival of the fittest to divide the House in- to clean and unclean. This was one of the striking pass- ages delivered to the Baptist conven- tion of Ontario and Quebec last night by Rev. Mr. Kennedy on attitude of church on legislation. Mr. Kennedy thought the people of Canada might with advantage take from Pharoah, who believed it was better that saints should legislate for sin- ners than sinners should legislate for saints. By their votes, he said, they j sent to Parliament men who were The1 excitement at this point intense. Barrill demanded to know why Cook did not make to the effect that j, he had Mount McKinley. Tie challenge hai no sooner been made than it was- cepted by the doctor and an affidavit was 'made by the explorer on the platform in the presence of the aud- ience. In it, Dr. Cook declared that he ascended Mount McKinley, that Barrill was with him at and that the records of his 'ascent were left on the summit of- the peak. The discussion tben waxed warmer, Barrill's attorney and friends de- nouncing Cook's statements, -while friends of the doctor contended for fair play. A-ttorney Wagner then offered this resolution: 'We, 'the people :of. Hamilton Ravallo County, assembled after pa- tiently listening to the charges and counter charges exchanged by the par- tics to the Mount McKinley contro- do declare our firm jbelief t. in the veracity of Edward Barrill and Frederick Printz." This was carried by a large major- ity and the meeting was closed amid great excitement. After -the meeting Dr. Cook said he did not care to dis- cus? the result present. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS New the first southwest known to community as Sabbath des-j time since his retirement from leadership, several years (From the Herald's Man on the Spot) oration, but isolated and widely srat-'general conditions in the Billings, Oct. E. J. Id- jtered records indicate a range of serve as extenuating circumstance for ecraU-rs, gamblers, blasphemers, drun: Tammany di In view of the many amateurs who liege Altering of aviation the! rales naturally would 'be supposed to' be liig-h as to be almost .prohibitive. Hpwever, the rate of the policy and its indemnity provisions are surpris- ingly liberal. He adds that it is gen- erally recognizecl in Great Britain that an entirelv new and Farming Congress, presented 2. the southwest as uniformly fertile. "The.last season has been, indeed, j mean to say that all 'the leg-Great Britain, soldy for the purpose comprehensive report covering a thir-! One of the largest soil problems is'a discouraging one- In none of the i islators were unrighteous, but visiting socially with his Ity-days' tour of inspection in the j that Of deficiency in organic matter, communities visited has farming been' parently there were tares among the j friends and spending the winter old in southwest, to the Congress yester- j Prof. Iddings criticised the adver- practiced more than three years. Here wheat, if they were to believe half of j the south, day. tising methods of land promoters. Prof. Iddings travelled about 4300 "It is unwise economic policy for a miles in New Mexico, Arizona and struggling community to use so many Texas stopping at important towns; of its men and so much of its energy profitable field for insurance activity' secure infomation concerning passing lands from -hand to hand and there might be found an early i what newspapers said and he believed j Eureka, Calif., Oct. 29. (Via wire- comer who had been in the region thcKJ were enough voters in Canada j A severe earthquake shock was four or five years, and in -one casejto root tares and bind them j felt in Eureka and throughout Hum- eight years. But the average length! into bundles, not to be burned but toiboldt county last .night.. Windows _ _____________ _______ of residence of the better class of be left to occupy other fields where and chimneys were shattered. The has been opened up by the introduc-'farminff problems and meet the farm- j rather than devoting their efforts to i farmers was much under three years, their influence for evil would not be j total damage will not exceed tion of the aeroplane. crS out thc solu- Development. Some of the towns of j As a result the land is raw, there are so Potent. Toronto, Ont., Oct. Harry, -turns of these problems. His report 'the sot-thwest have the main streets j no trees or shelter belts and there Tt was agreed that the convention Churchill, with innumerable aliases, J. Y. SHANTZ DEAD the climate and topograph- decorated with entirely too many real J -nas not been sufficient time to put moet in Toronto next year. In this j js once more under arrest on a theft Berlin, Oct. Jacob Y.. Shantz ,jcaj conditions and the methods that estate signs. The horseback farmer down wells and put up permanent im- connection debates .suggested that j charge and will be -extradited to Ca- died last- night in nis 88th year. used in cultivation. Gcner- is all too prominent and makes his i provements. Many of the settlers steps should be taken to organise in nada. Churchill is one of the seven was the first white child born in south of the Colorado line, said voice heard too frequently and loudlv town. He lived here all his Iddings, the major portion of pre- jn dry farming councils. Some west- founding the Shantz Button company.' cjpitation comes in July, August and ern lands need-water, more western of Berlin and Buffalo. ACQUITTED'OF MURDER CHARGE" Ont., Oct. Garlough, was tried here today on the of murder was acquitted. He the man who last May in the vil- of Dunbar, township of Williams being harrassed by men, and ffvlfoys of the neighborhood, borrowed HH gun from a friend and shooting at ffilkndom from a window of Ins house, ifjfkilled Ross Beckstead, who was pass- tiling the house at some distance. BLANKET MSLL DESTROYED g, Ont., Oct. main woolen mill operated jfji Telfer Bros., Collingwood, under 'name'.of the Blanket Co., was de- by fire last night. Insurance J f on the building. ''1 OPPOSED TO September, making it difficult to sue- j ands need farmers. Some communi- ceed with fall and winter grains and ties need a few feathers plucked from j great crops of 'Oklahoma partly de. i 'raising the problem of selecting, seed- the wings of imagination and placed jstroyed by lack of rainfall, with the; ing and maturing. quick-growing sum- the tail of good judgment. The 'mer crops. The problem is complicate speculator is one of the problems. came without funds and without live- Montreal next summer a display of men who escaped from the stock. Added to all this came the j Protestant forces to "offset Eucharis- j jail on July 1908. year of unisually severe. tic congress, which is to be drought for the southwest. With the j held there. wet belt of central and eastern Texas j suffering more than in the memory of j in the southwest by the prevalence holds his homestead unde-. the inhabitants, what could be ex-j TINPflT HlAVlr heavy winds during the spring -eloped state and waits for" a hand-Jpected of the raw lands of western' months. One of the crying needs of bonus. He has banished the. the southwest is accurate information and sheepman and stands Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, where the average precipitation is considcrablv under 20 inches These SWORN INTO N.S. 'CABINET last named regions suffered especially 'concerning normal rainfall and evap- in the way of the farmer. Cape Town, Oct. the House oration. Accurate records were ob-j Introduce Live Stock of Assembly last night, Premier Mer-j tainable at Las Vegas, New Mexico, j "Everywhere the livestock proposi- severely during the winter, spring riam announced that he was asking1 El Paso, Texas, and Douglas, Ari- tion has been ,-icglected. The general and cariy summer." Earl of Crewe's consent to the publi- zona. At other points only estimates iitrochi-.tion of livestock into the drv i Prof. Id-dings' report then described cation of deliberations of Imperial dcv were available In some sections vol- j arming systems of the southwest wul i jn detail the conditions as he found fence He said that he'untary observers are supplied with success many cases whem them and the crop results as report- and the-Transvaal representative were'instruments from the Federal Weath- are now failures; will assure Jed to him in each of the district vis- strongly "Wretched Bureau. It is to be hoped every for the family in years in future that tbe .in the southwest soon will j.h-outh and will maintain fertility and prof. Jddings summed up the con- clusions reached as a result of his investigations, as follows Toronto He had been indicted by the Grand Jury and j was awaiting trial at the sessions i when hv made liis escape. Churchill j was arrested October 7, at Biitte, I Montana, and is his trial. Ottawa, Oct. is practically certain that Col. W. D. Gordon, com- mandinc; the Eastern Ontario district British programme would measures to ascertain the nor-j increase the contebt or organiz mat- discussed" Colonial Parliaments be- tnal rainfall and losses from cvapora- tor in tV ils forehand. tion. It Is difficult to estimate evap- i4.'.ll that hts been said concernins Halifax, N. S., MacLean, Ex-M. P. was sworn in today as attorney-gen- __ i will succeed the late General Buchan in the Quebec Command. Col. Beo- Oct. K.json, of Montreal, is likely to come for Lunenbcrg, to Ottawa. Winnipeg, Man., 'Oct. eral for Nova Scotia. He succeeds the late Hon. W. T. Pipes. He will seek election to the House of Assem- bly in Lunenbcrg, where Dr. March, M.P.P. who has long contemplated re- tiring, has resigned. The writ for the by-election was issued today. No- mination takes place on November 17. (Continued from Page Three.) and polling November 24. Metcalfe, yesterday granted injunc- tions restraining the councils in Oak- land and Pembina, from submitting local options bylaws to a vote. Mr. Hack, of Oaklamls and Mr. Adams, of Pembina, were the applicants for the injunction which were granted "be- cause 'the petitions had been prepared in an irregular manner. ;