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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDOr: DAILY ITKKALI) Three Days' Battle _____at LulJe-Burgas (Continued Irom front pondent at .Sofia who, after aniiounc- iiiR that Iw can coiiiidetitly predict for loday must important news of (lie scat of war, (hat Ulle llurgas lias bivn taken liy Hie IlulsariaiiK. The same correspondent says thc iilKarian eommaudet-in-chiel lelc- graphs thai the Turks who have made Carrol Guilty on Less Serious Charge (Continued li'om trout The Court "What was tiiui of Carroll when lie threats to you Witness: "lie had u f had come a givat, dnal to the --sporting house" at Hlairmorc. "Annabfc's Testimony Humphrey K. Annahle, sworn, said lie and prisoner were together consid- bly at the time prisoner had his About tho only rl he remembered was a poll resting him. Witness cif that ho did not threaten Amiable. Accused had whatever for making any ainst -Mr. Amiable in having imw-oner relr.lionsl (prisoner's) wife. Cross-examined by -Air. witness admitted that he. with -Mr. Amiable had gone I to Mrs. Heed's house at >s miserable, but when, I asked some of you like io return bejitcu in many points in thej to your the answer invariably n Miss Jnez .Mulhollnnii. at a Inncbeou in Xtnvyart. lameiitod the loss of the I ttifi'raee in the recent Ohio election. ''Why did we she wailed. oiiponents' argumenU are al- ways so slHyr They are silly and false as the average social excuse." She smiled and added: "Apropca of the average social ex- cuse, a Newport man was invited to a fiouse parly in ifaine lasi week and" wired: 'Regret can't come. Lie follows by post.' York Tribune. _! ed In.Southern Alberta will :be in the I f. granaries, practically all saved aud in! th Rood condition. Threshing is now West. There has l-jen little trouble so far as cars are concerned, and lha farmers expect to get most of thelv crop shipped this year. rgest crop ct! .Mr. I per cent completed. In a few districts tlM machines are through for this year; in others, there is still half the crop to thresh. Reports from all parts of the south Privati Sale of Leffingwell that threshing will be within a few days. Grain is yleldin 'well, twenty-Hre bushels being th average yield reported. our villages are destroyed; all we have has been takeu from us; if 'we mutt die, let ut; die here.' "They are grateful for (he bread and :fuel whicirtis given them, "f nm askeif by the Ottoman govt-rn- which has iely spread of a massacre in Salonika. What really [j happened was that there was a small outbreak, confined principally io the states I lnent tno "completed apparently been w TO the cast, threshing conditions J'E-wislniimrtei-; fund it was iiiinrediate- VU.JL, conuitlons have uecn gocd for tbs past month, tell ot'good and prosr-srity a only a small j the farmers. districts are complaining of car shortage, while in others there has been 110 lack of cars to move th-a grain ever since the first car of the 1012 crop was loaded m- remiiins percentage of the through the mills. At Grassy Lalte the largest crop of the best iniality in ths history of the district is 31) per cent, threshed. Grain is grading A'o. 1 S. A. Huchanan has .shipped liy checked bv'tlie military authorit- ies." Turks in a Rage London, Oct. of tor- tured Turks, of wcinen assaulted in the open streets, and of clilldrsn with out parents, are being circulated in the native (lllarters of Constantinople, eiaun ai. uie time prisoncL nau ms io .nrs. tteeu s uouse at hotel in Taher. They were quite! whei-3 they occasionally 1 friendly those days. Witness said pris- j drinks. Prisoner said that oner came to his house in Tater on i known what he was Sunday, August lltb, and said, "Von I at Anuahle's bouse, a I have come here to murder j mulcr the of I ed admitted that ha bought en you buy table or Tor your home. yon as you home." Carroll pulled the gua and pointed it at me as I was lym added witness, who stated that ver at Xelson on his way Xo other witnesses were niter which Mr prisoner said lie was to sheet I "le himself as well. Witness told Carroll addressing the jury argued he had nothing-to do with his wife i eve1' ll'e prisoner did was c and that if lie'woiiid go with him to drunken stupor. Conn Grassy Lake he would clear up mat- ters. Mr. Conybearc "Why Bu (u Grassy Lake Witness "Hecansc prisoner's wife detail, tlie events sun-on movements of Carrol tip to ing of the alleged attcinptt- Counsel suggested that thr- ived there." Witness was seared uf Carroll at the time of the threats. Cross examined witness said he was not as clear as it n been. ?.ir. Coayiicare's summing crown was brief and poin dwelt upon tin- denial by tin anti-Christ Southern Alberta this fail has! ivs Household Furniture AT 214 FIFTH AVE, S.' Carpets, stoves, beds, tables, chaire, sofas, grate curtans, coolring utensils and everything found in a well furnished house. All these furnishings are near- ly new ami in first tion. Call Any Hour ever been the case heretofore, and on the whole, the farmers are very well j satisfied with this years operations. I To the south of Lethbridgc thresh-1 iiig has just about finished for this! your. ,L. II. Jelllff, of Spring Coulee, who was in tha. city yesterday, intim- ated that .a few days would be al: that would 0-3' required to complete operations in thai district. The storm of Thanksgiving Day will delay the completion of ihreshing for n few days. There is some scarcity of ciivs. although grain is moving out fast as last In the Woolford district he says threshing was week. At Cardston there is still a few days' work to be done with the ma. chines. A. Cnzier completed his t threshing on Saturday evening. So tar as the car supply Is concerned, there is very little complaint from j Cardston. j Changed Conditions Two years ago Milk River was the uuoi! me uemai uv in nupntly went out on ilrmkiiig expedi-1 while in the bo.v, "bad ions up the Pass districts. When Js Impr I Possible. The learned com; iv.vej referred lo the relations oner's wife and his own fan. (lived at Grassy Lake and j had not. seen for three veai er he said. "You come to murder you." Mr. Smith "Was in Witness "Yes." Mr. Smith "Hail ing r' Witness "1 couldn't 3 sober.' lie teen drink- e oi the revolver 'and (he subsequent visit to tell at the bouse at Taker were also ui j Information .reaching here by let Larvest Is all over for this year! ter from the Turkish capita! is io the'time m" J" R" Carroll had a bottle ot in I Charec the photographs of the) his pocket which witness icolca'way' His Lordship in cl.argin- been atrocitws at the of war, has, from prisoner. Witness 'was nuitiisaid h; felt as if was li or ,h ..-h i-int bcare.t yield _h.s good, and conditions j started a panic among'the wont to bed that lidil i tirscnai. Accusc.l CMOiloilt.' Tncrr is j residents. It is learned from ihefWl lie admitted having one or two''mania for carrying iiuus -s of cars at that point, j private source that the Ameri-1 drinks the day before. It would j obviously done so ior VKI: IViaclcod Over Half Through i can finer, foreign embassies at between ten and eleven when witness Lordship" said if ever Wa In the Jlacleod .district threshing is j Constantinople wall ovr.v half completed, according to' W. .1. Glass, and the grain is of a ill'i-' formiy good qnalily. freivy sWn- its lire being made from are making arrange- "SilocrTlatetlial Wean" quality and beauty of design are both assured. !i Made in tho heaviest a grade of plnte, hence its S wonderful Sata by D LICE BATON TO THE JUNK HEAP MT IS THE LATEST J1WILL BE REPLACED WITH LEATHER "BILLY" ioned an attempt to massacre.. They will be removed promptly to barges, steamers ami sailing lying ihe Uosphorour, and the Golden Mora. The. American guard ship Scorpion I having -i Kun in his any time, no matter the centre of the ranchlni; industry of tho south. Now farming is in the lead. If. .1. Qiiinn, of ihat point, is author- ity for the statement that ten thous- and bushels of wheat were hauled in j to Milk liiver last Thursday, eight i thousand being unloaded at the eleva i--nnLiiiiuiiupie ure making arrange- W'Cilt to see the Chief of Police. Wit-' noiits to fGTo for foreigners in case incss thought it wjs hy inviting pris-i with him to dressy I of 'lie present lie wotlli I.aVe lo see his wife that caused pris- Ills business lo soc that he oner to put up his pin. I just desirts. The opinion oi 1 Thc Court "Was the gnn I sWp on carryiiis of fire: >s "Yes." again striindy set forth in 'first i dchimciation of the prism a revolver in his travels I1 Witness: "About two years ague" j ship thereupon liclmed the Went for the Cop I lirixvim-r. The crucial Alia. Thompson, .nmtber H'e'l in iiic words "with im- knew Ihe. accused live years ago j.niM1 for the inrv lo dele' deposed to having seen" prisontr al 'thai- inlcnl 1'aii'been est-hl Annabic's house on the Sundiiv tiinrn-j had bei-n shown in- finishv-d last Al Rlso- j mg remains to bs done. So far '-ow' binj, ouuipiuu have boon made rcga.-din-! now slatl.-ned at 'Constantinople is i, ,01U1'" i llil1 you I tho ear supply at that point. only foiciga ombassy guard ship. 1C ''llrKlls Xorili of Macleod. on tho C. and KJ that of Kltssia, carries and on thc Carmangay line, covH sink the pcntoons of a different story Is told. Whjk! olil aml no''v bridges with her six- threshing is progressing steadily, the' lnch "llls cutting off I'era, the crops arc so very heavy in most'dis-. rore'S" inavtor from Scambonl and tricts that file machin-os will be busy: Hie nativo riuarttrs en side for two or three weeks yet before the! f tlls foreign re-, llle snmvl] 1SI1 crop is all in thogranar-cs. Here lne 'would he pro-: ing that be threatened Annahle v-'il- I Carroll bad pointed too, the car shortage proiiltm has not' this operation by the "ess went, aiid got Sergt. Uolerts to! Amiahic. The weapon wa's'l.'. IMPORTANT Unreserved Auction Sale Farm Stock and Machinery November 4th 1912 ON THE FARM DESCRIBED BELOW Improved farm on the test terras ever offered. Situated about eight ratios north eait of Lethhridge, Eight Mlk- l.ako, aud three and onc-holf mllw uorlli-wcEt of Coaldah- The firm Iris Write for further See poalfrs or apply to 1212 6th Ave.. South. Lethbridge J. A. Smith, Aucti the car orde.- books are filled with i he names cf farmers, many of whom have noi y.n shipped a bushel of grain. Tim elevators are filling up j tor, and tv.-o thousand ,'U are al- '_____________________________ ready lull, and this will s-.v buying cease, uni-ass the- supply I of cars is more liberal than has been the during ihe month. j Tho L-othl.-.-iilga yards, v.hic.h is ihe clearing point for most of the griin from the. south, and nortii, have nei-er preetntod a busier sight than j they do right now. Four or five train loads of wlvsai and coal leave here: daily, and the motive po'wer is taxed j to its utmost. In fcet. local railway officials intin-.ats that it Is lack of j engines, which is causing most or the i trouble known to the outside us car i shortage, although there is a.n obvious lack of cars at. some points -both for coal aud for wheat. With cold weather coming on. Sns- Uatcbi'wan and Manitoba arc clamor, ing for coal, and Indications tint been and nil along the of the Austrian embassy and isnlate this will In; busiest month cxfjoriomvd on rhe nnhvays and in the- coal cam.ui of Houthern Albf.nn. For Sate by STAFFORD.AGNEW CO. come ami secure prisomr. Carroll had i' made m a bottle of whiskey with him and of- or the witness a drink. In rnsv.'cr same. Mr. Kmilh, witness sjid tiial Crr-' roll was a very popular man while resided at. Taher. Policeman's Slory i Scrgi-. Ruberls the Taller p.ilii., tlic revolver found in Car- poll's at Ihe lirrc the j [arresl. The weapon was fullv jin live cbambrrs. Wilness saiil i rested prisoner on a diarpe nf thrcat- Hi ing to shoot Amiable. I Cross examined witness sani j prisoner ha-1 had some drink in iul i i at (he time of his arrm. PrUouur I was sitting talking in Amiablc's when he wa.; arrested. F. Doubt, of Blairmore, corro- borated the tcuimony of other wit-! 'ni-safS as to threats made bv roll it-hen in niainnorc in laio v.'it-l tess a (.'Onversjlion Ir's'vi i in Reid1-, house in EHairnjor; at i which prisoner intimated inuMuied I to kill Amiable. examined I ness said hr wouldn't that tl'c thrcal talk was a dl-unla-a rail. This completed the Caae for thc D( Tllu cas.-' for tin- defi baton must go is thc latest order of the chief i ice. The edict was issued this and just, as soon as thc pa- ]ta can !ie supplied with other- defense, the big sticks -will in ami carefully locked safety vault, wrhcre they Sin until in some fat' distant; Jmay have to be reiiuisi- service to quell a riot. now he supplied -with lie lea: a handy little to attacked. "The liaton to make the men said "They can get long jit st as well iNLHllout it." The p: resent also he irown .into the aa soon they tire worn out thev accd dill tile' regulation an's tt 'jiic. A metropolitan police Tec is thc aim of the department, id the changes arc being made' lo lis end. Arrivals The Ca fiiidian Pacific SB. Lake hamplaii i is reported by wireless, 10 Qlicli. K: 7. a.m. Saturday. P.H- nscrs lie Winnipeg- Jlonday night d Lc-tlii; 3.30 a.m. Wediiesciuy. other Go ?sc in the Poultry Business Jt is rcn Ilinl rhe folhnving oc- rrcd in :i ;imr.ll jioultry storn kppf by e wirlov.- of tfif; deceased niprchain. 'I -shoniti liko 'io see n fat i'ail! u ciisitomer ontering'ilio op. 'replied tlift boy, "moth- i be (fiown directly.'' .Vomnn's Jfome Companion. yoursii'i' our uft aims for tho cie.'Miiinw-i "e excellij ncv: of oars, otiiei- sraiim ;unl !'e< to so ntaiiy hors attlo :-va. Don't even c-ir for If- -iny n cl try H out for 'i1- .ision, will fiatiiifrii; tion your ijl ;