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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'VOLUME V. CENTS Alberta. Thursday, -October TWELVE PAGES; BIG RETAIL LUMBER COMPANY CENTREERE Middle West Lumber Co. -'Ltd.-, :Has Half Million Capital THIRTY YARDS They Have Great Faith in Future of Western Provinces Believing ihatf Alberta and Saskat ove of the greates1 i 'of yet recorded, firm of lumber dealers has jusi Inoorporaticn, under the jimo of tbe Mnldle West Lumber Co. The company, which wili :auitallzed-cit half a. million dol ivill be ofU of tho largest 'retail doing business in -world, and telf'thbndge and Southern its lieaM of- f company is incorporaVt Rjolumbla, Alberta and Sa and will have thirty 1 ds in the two eastern pro1 will be tin incorporation of manufacturing interests of Columbia with retail interests and Saskatchewan, and Ink up the'three provinces inofc fly than ever in the lumber in-i To Be t ticft funeral James held on two o'clock formed Sherman 01 aidant 'U Sa STOKELEY TOIANG JAN. 24 TRAIN )BD FARMERS FORTY H. Heaps, millionaire British Columbia, and president of If. Heaps Co., of Vancouv flio president of the new concern. C. Carlson, one "of the .best known re- f tail lumber dealers of Southern Al- I 'borta, is the managing director, while A; C. Price, another local lumber man, lias been named us assistant sec-re- tary. Tlie secrefcary-treasurer of the compuiiy has not yet been named, but "ill likely be a B. C. man. Already the company has cum building operations .011 -the ards and office at ilauteod. while lp Ications have been secured iu of the eastern centres, which, it is their intention to enter. tllost of the- lumber which will be retailed iu the yards in Alberta and British Columbia will be mnliufac.tur- in tiie mills of certain of the com- pany's interested capitalists in-Bri- tish Columbia. The E. H Heap Co., of Vancouver, has an output of feet daily. Ready for Future I "We believe that the devtlopmen of Alberta and Saskatchewan the next few years will ,he said'.Managing Carlson, to the Herald today, w hope to .be in line for the ivjffcreasin demand for lumber.- l.her will be a big btisivpSfisT in 'imnbe circles in fn .fact, 1 loo! for the Ijet the city ju prep; .both inccT mor Carlsladt, Oct train, carrying I j I c; provincial depiiUrJculturt and fancy stocK ed by largo crowd 1 eiomiag in for forty miles her Vaa ideal. There v sap point ment that lion V no with the train hu ned that lie was detain-ed ai [ears of work du abience iho Congress al'mers listened to jved farming iif aeveial exhibits of poumught loccy inc11- -To to the it wa.s imf Aptsj the Iprizo cow hHhfto a call'. V The ladies tfurWh ed a inlhorbngh d the da 1 RUBBER ME E'AO S Ob oi the 1 Jd to I'd OS ye Sfokeley; convicted last niglit of the murder of his brother, Frederick Suikeley, in July last was to death this afternoon. j His Ivordtship, who -refused a new trial, in addressing accused siid the j priaonsr had been well defended and that he heartily concurred thb of the jury, was a per- fectly fair one. H was n diatieseing case, the lulling of one brother b'y an other, 'As I said this morning, ther-3 is no excuse whatever in this land of ours for anyone carrying gun. JHs Lordship hoped and prayed that this uase would be a lesson to the people of this country, 'Umtor our bo salil Uieie i no option for me but to impose one sentence. The matter, does net end in this court, as (he Got ei nor General has tlie pardon you, and the Minister, of-Justice has the .power'to grant a new trial. His Lordship held out no hoyt tor the prisoner, and with a. voice chok- ing with emotion, said: "The sentence of the Court is that you be taken to the proyin clal jail, and there kept until-the' 24th day of January, you shall be tnkcn from the'place of confinement to the place of ex edition, and there hanged by .the neck until you are dead." His Lordship was visibly affected; and it was with difficulty the closing wordSj.of tb-e lugubrious Hie prisoner bore up with consid- erable fortitude, and beyond turning a trifle jtale, showed no oth-ar outward concern. Air. counsel for the, con- demned will imike application shortly to the Minister of- Justice, in order to obtajn' a new trial oi LOIII mutation of death sentence. THREE DAYS'BATTIE AT -BURGAS ENilN A ROUT Turkish Army leaves Field in Disorder, Deserting Dead and Wounded, and Fall Back on Tcherlu-Biggest Battle of Campaign to Date Powers Likely to Intervene .-RICHARD CHRISTIAN Former cowboy who' was "sentenced ,to imprisonment'for shoot ing Pat. Egan: CLEM STUBBS PREDICTS STRIKE Unless Settlement is Soon Made ip Yardage Dis- pute at Ferme ONCHRISTIAN t business in the history o .liat line. .ve been somewhat: delayei ring for our spring business account of delay in getl i ration papers through, bu mrtienbirly on account of th .ortage. There Is very little lun moving at the present time, 'hough the" demand has been fairlj icavy" during tiie past months lowever, building' operations will b pushed during the winter months, am in tiie spring we expiect to be for business in nearly every point w Ciown whereupon his Lordship si of certain uin1 With draw the chuB murder. and substitnto i rtl" and occasioning harm 1 It. A. Smith ed that the icn to this cliarge. The priboiui guilty, and hm struoU t :he jury io f The prisrit. ind his Lordsn nE him censured him s I action and said theie aill> one in this Cm up, hcwevr DEAD London. Oct. Wylie, for many years n popular Allan line com. j niander, is dead. U8.H concealed ne couits who even cun lan no carries it must lucnccs lis Lordship s on ng befo-re hlu i %s ls lomlng to him. "teheed irisouer to tin le iddnio glyon him a lui iave done o wirmnt, .ordshlp In d P'aJ 0! cnders H, f no and le mado 11 e c "S Of COIKUll i I nust Him] STEP NEflRER Ann OUT COMES rme CORK The jury in the- case- of John Carrol, charged with the attempted rimrcter of II. F. Annablc, of Tabcr, and also with unlawfully pointing his gnh at the said Amiable, brought fn a verdict mining' rights over i on tho less serious charge. iy and build a, Mr. Juwticy Walsh, in summing up the case, instructed tho jury iiial, while dvuiikcnncss iu not accepted as1 an excuse for crime, Ihoro are clr cumstances when a jury is justified in deciding whether the mini under tho im'lmnicc of llijiior was capable of exercising the mental powrv neces- sary to formulate an Intent such as1 expressed in offwnce with whinli Carrol was charged. He nlso asked the jury to bo specific in tho verdict on both oonnls 01 (he indictment, as if. was necessary fur hhn Io be- dear, [umishmmH "talcs had thei not been uc torious. Fierce Fighting in Thrace London, Oct. News from the battle ground in Thrace where hun drcds i of. thousands of men are eh ;iged in a conflict prohabh will decide the fate of the Turkish' Empire is still scant but a -seuriatioji; al despatch conies from .the BaiU coiiLspondent at Solia who reports that there was, a -tremendous hnttle Lule Burgas and that tht Bulgarians .have advanced1 to Muradli, li miles Horn Rodosto on the sea yf Ma rniora Jlit. Bulgarian iln even sud U Iiave reaihal Rodobto the j.urt lion which hit. titcn supplies foi hei limits. XppircitUv L islia h s t.oii his forces on a line stietch jog from Rodosto UnouJi Chorlu his huuKiu'iireis to isirimfra i tow nit the 01 the mointairs 01 the Kiinu' name, which run parallel 'with the Black Sea. This line. i .which j. fifty miles long, was chusen widi great skill. It will enable N'aziih Pasha to dual tremendo'tis blows at the invaders, and if defeated he cim fall back on the second fine" a I 'Chata- whicli covers Constantinople1. Must Face the Powder The Bulgarians arc now fighting the great Turkish army by turning men is ajid strategy, but these must give way to force of numbers and giiti low.ier. Another dcspatcli reports violent rannonadine; in the direction of Lulc Burgas, which seems to verify a des- jatch from the Daily Expresi cocres- (Coutiuiiod on pnge SENATOR BELL HEARS THE CALL S'OTED NOVA SCOTIA POLITICIAN DIED IN MONTREAL 'HOSPI- TAL FOLLOWING OPERA- TION ni bringing iho ver-Jicr ugafast jirls-1 u cnev. who tji'iiUv.fad Jo clays'i A news c.ible from Athens ssyz tbat Turkich surgeons armej with test tubes full of typhun and cholera germs, have left ftr tbs -Ircck fron.-icr. The germs, the report says, arc to lie loosed among the enemy Montreal, Oct. Adnin L'arr Hell, ui I'iclon, passed away at the. Uoyal Victoria hospital, shortly, tin- [Kmishmout bcint-: consldcmbly I hRfore 8. n'clnck tonight after heiiig more sevora for tin: first, (toinu lima j'" health sincR July. Dr. the otluv. j-Ioim oi Gl.lngcnv, was llu- ivcrp out auciui of nfa with him, cailH'. lirll ilnrinjr July rallied I "lih-'H in i lie sun ;uid aflrr rrach- j "____ .1 iiit-; his ri'.sidriu-c in New Glasgow Mif- J j fcred and tcjrtlt to his bed. i .John (.'iirrol, TuluT. placed on Rarly in Ouloder, arcompanicd bis trial today hi-fr-re Mr. JvsUcc, Wnlfdi soll> noil. Iu: went- to' Mr. a jury at ihc ciixinnl fft cicmcns: sanitarium, ncnr Uelmit, to xcnnun ro hciioiit iiijn Amiable, ..f 'I'abrr, ;u TaU-r, in On Ifs wny home fe i lusl. The accut-crt, will Vc visited friends in Montreal ;ind while vartofs ti'iiff; made decided u. po to IK- Hoyul; ullireats iiitfn'i-.-d to Kill An- yietorfn hospilM fcr trualnipnt, hisii .nablc, iind lhi.i. ciiicred on Io N-P.-.V Cilasgmv. wiiii u cm) inloimcd in u condilion .Sei-- I I.eda Keid, of i.'oli-iv.nn, t-d t-K imnuiiliaioly Hjrlous j tilii-d tlial she acorscd, ynti soon recovered fiuin :i op- Uo yeaii- ago August the cr-ii-ion which was ji-rformcJ upon! jpriKonur and Air. Amiable seemed to hiin in that institution. On h.ivc ilifiereiires over accuiiud's wife. dnV, 'liowcvpr.'lie liepan (o sink and'. Ur. Uoll, Imtl conic Io ihe city father, hud opcvatetl upon, 'wired to Tho tamily thai .tli3 end was near. Mr. Mrll had lieeu pror.iiiionf, iu ili'c jioliltcal liii; oi Nova Scotia for, of ill-iame. Prisoner i-mi An- yoars with Sir liihlert TupFcr lie hail vi.sili'it this house fret -ut-nl- rcpn-'-Tnled Piclon in lUiUU1 'of: lon-lluT and liiid bcpii out toreth- until. HIP iihupiidnncy til' thf They had !.con to in iVtleia! aiTn'rs rc.pi-Unify in1 imnuMl pur- jihotil WHH :.u :il-'f es a well liL-pd ni.ia. j Prisoner informed witness j icnJcd to lay lor Annalilo L-iid gut liim unawares. j: Her Peiiigrtc j Orats-t'-vainined by VI. A. {--mith said slit: the Jiefifcr, of a ly ;