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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLl.'MK VI. TWELVE PAGES Alberta. Saturday, .Sqitt'inhi-r (i, 1'JIS Brings Evidence to Pi'ove She Was Not Aggress- or in Warfare- DENIES ATROCITIES Pays Enthusiastic Tribute to Ar- my the Bulgarians Placed in the Field CENTS Niuuber 22( TWO TRAINMEN KILLED IN COL- LISION 3ETWEEN FREIGHTS IN NORTH DAKOTA Menicr, the anJ famous tliocy'ato manufacturer. UlcU today at Ills iu ljonioise. Now York, Sepi. Stepbauove, professor Eugllsh lit-1 eraturo In tbe utmcrelly ol Sofia, Bul- garia, has wrilteii a to Iriends in New York, in wlilch. ho defends IJuU gaKa from ibc allegations froquently made afcalusl her Ibat she was tbe ag- gressor In IJic latest Balkan war, anil that liutgririaiV troops bave commuted r. series ol atrocities in Eoutlieastern Europe. The Ititer Ls dated at Sofia, and was written In August shortly after the conclusion of peace at Bucharest. Tho" writer begins by describing "tho isolation in Bulgaria had fouud heraeil for several iveeKs past Her enemies, Korvla> -.ilqumanla, Greece, and Montenegro, conspired to make It imposslbJe for Bulgaria to cominunltile .vrith the outside during tlie UrEtflponlus of the figh ftdvantagc of thts rpndiUou to circulate "abroad a number of roEs- and cveiv ineiidaclous state- the lams. O-, Sept. men i were hilled aud one was seiioualy In jurcd on the Soo line ivliL-n an extra freest collided with LI way frel early tod-iy. the being on uialu of the with meml of ihi> crew sleeping in th2 caboose Tne-deiid: Conductor Steve'J. Gal lant. Thief Hivcr Kails. Miun. HrakciiKiu J. J. Fabhant, Mnple Lake Minn. Earl Devlin, of Tlllcf Illvcr F was Injured but physicians say he uill recover. The way freight v.-liicu Ihe vie tirns were employed tlei up at Adams over night, l.ast'.nighl the train was In some- nnuutT left on the main line. The through extr.-t e-istbouud crash- ed into llie cabooso and tho men were caught like iala In a trap, with no chance of escape. Very at Jeromes Con- duct -While at Coati- cook Norton'i Mills, Vt., Sept. Jerome probably will not be-in CoaUeook, Que., to answer to the.charge of gambl- ing on wai arrested yetterday. .He was in thla this morning and announced he would" nbt-Jeave till afttrncon. he said, '.do not know which way go." Jerome STffi 11 DO FALL THAT IS THE LESSON LEARNED BY FARMERS IN WARNER HOMESTEAD DISTRICT A n i i-Amer 'an Sentiment is Feeling in Japan Wainer, Kept. 5. Thrishiug is pretty all over the entire dis- trict now. curt romc new uheat is be- ing hiulid into town. Two loans oi in from tbe houifstcad country ihc lirst ol the week, being brought i'u'ly Mr. Kelp. The major- ity of ths fanueis in the homestead country are stacking wheat this year "with the intention ol getting considerable fall plowing done. The intention is to get trie land in good shape for. next season's crop. The) have learned a lessou this year which they will not forget in a hurry. Mr F. II. Jolinsi-n is averaging aboul twenty bushel. Local experts say thai it will easily grade No. 1. Mr. Soice shipped two cars ol l.ew flax last week, which he tcok ofi the field sow- ed'into winter wheat last fall. Th wheat, however, did not make a ver; Ehowuig in the spring and Mr 1 .nvisable to KNIGHTED VICTIM OF MIDLAND WRECK Ixmdon, Sept. Sir Arthur IBS. who was injured in the Midland railway disaster, died today. He was for defense In the New Zc-alnnd envornnmnt from (to IMS. Lindsay, another passenger Tokio, Sept. fi.-Mnrtiano Ate, dt- alcj ]asl [llBiltj bringing the rector ol tbc political bureau ol llic Acttth roll up to Japanese roreign office, died today _ _ the victim ol unknown assassins. His assailants, who arc believed to have SAMUELS TO SPEAK tan students, lay. in wait lor him; TO CANADIAN CLUB in front- of his. house Tfiursday even-i Winnipeg. Sept Hon; Htr- ing while he the'railivjy sla- ueft postmaster general o( tion to meet II. Ijuin, minister1 'to England and lion. I.ouls Pelletier, China, who bad" 'just been recalled jobmaster general 'of will from OeVing. Upon his ictum Abo [he guests of tho Winnipeg Can- Que., Sejii. Travers Jeromo.: arresi'cd in Coati- cook.' a charse. of; Soice thought it -ambliug rvss'-bltUrlv denounced ThP "elj a'ottt. JuiUc." of flax and nlM of wheat t in his court room today. Tfie gray bearded very indig- u-as attacked by two yoar.g men, iur.chcoh to be held rneiHs concerning the war, ell reflecting on IJulgarta. Ho ivho ran out ot an alley toward him. jjonuay at i o'clock In Manitoba.hall. then outi-nes tho secret treaty con- jOne of them seized him by the shoul-- eluded last May between Turkey and i tiers, while the" oilier plun'ge'u a short fjreccc, by: which Greece guaranteed sworvi into, his abdomen twice. Tho, TO LEAVE FOR MEXICO the acre. Mr. F- S.'i.emngwell. M.P.I'., turned today from Vani-omcr, wher he left Leflingwcll, who is re- cuperating nicely. The Citizens Lumber company ha' loved their'coal shedjrom its ol >catiun ou the side track to the nant when Jerome's counsel announ- ced that the New York lawyer could no.t be. present today and asked an adjournment of. the .hcaris? of the gambling case. "I want lo'say'.' McKee. bang- ing the table with' bis Hit, "that'.we intend to'prosecute Mr, Jerome to t'S'c rail L'itent of the law. He can't come here and'; play Ills card games) J0 the old'furniture store, before cur children. This may suburb- town- but-we inleiin tt Salontca. "There wero other similar sliir on the border. Wliat could Jlulgaria do? 3ho appealed to ilus- la, Ihe nrbiter..of the Scrbo-Uuljiar- MANYBERR1ES MAN ELECS T.O TRIED SPEEDILY ON CAT- TLE STEALING CHARQE Heforc Judge i tills morning, William VJrgll Home, of Manybcrrics. elected'to be tried speedily- on a charge of cattle stealing.: Ills case ily Nbw'in Control of Sent to Aid Record of Any lives Lost- Cpnfiagration Worst in History of the City f v i Mayor' accepted Cover- grounds. The militia .will aid these and a demand'draft'for between two voters' list this year will be a and three Uibusand' which 1 '..As approsimatt be all Next Ray j intimate made by'the Herald yes: landed tcrday from the original Iists'sho'w- a'nd S2500. iNeit .in.gdr-' AYhen additions'rara soil and got a i'haiie fhcre will over then v.-ent He-is said' Of these at. least. 500 are ..jadiesr j to be a typical western, rancher. Not ;all of-them the city and At Gait he got -at Gutlpb, j not all. arc married .ladies. ..But that; at Berlin. anil-at Lindsay 1250 Isdi'es will cast His total the IJeccmber elccticis. may. be taie'n' 500 as far as known. nor Hayes' offer of two companies of state militia, and ordered a rrass EXTENT OF HOT SPRINGS FIRE DISASTER meeting of citizens for later in .the Swept fifty clly hiocks. TCllcn he decided .whether people home- the city, will call upon outside cities less. Militia In control.' City power plant burned; no for help. H Is estimated about 2SQO perionl light for sixty days. .j Hot Springs Ark.. Sep'L j-by the pxteht of the dnraage of the 'fire, which swept more than fifty pit) will come up for trial lalcv In.tncj month. Horne was arrested Ijy Uetective- Sergeant Asho, of-Oie local dclach- ment of Mounted Police after 'a ten- day Investigation In the country sout'i of Medicine Hat. Tho catllo In flues- tion are two critters belonging to Hyssop Brothers, bf and identified by them.- At tho'Eame time several other catlla were, viewed'up which the belong to ,i here, last iiisht, with an esti- mated loss of six million dollars, Iht people of Hot Springs today took tbo first steps l rehabliatlon. made homeless. The maiority of these are camping temporarily in oi the OaklavoT racc- trark and the Stale fair, grounds. Grand avenue, leading from the burned area to the fair grounds, to-- day presented n picturesque sight Hundreds of families, with tho.lH'tU lliey had saverl from gathered along the roadway, gradu- ally working their way to th? camp- people and guarrt the devastated ills- :ricL .There is ro danger o: a water according to the authorities. Even if the supply were 'cut off, there U-FO numerous springs through- out the city sufficient wa- ter for nil It was announc- ed that the city will be without elec- tric lights for st.Uy days. The Sentinel the morning newspaper here, barely escaped de- struction by the fire.last night, and did not'issue Its regular edition. Tho N'ew. Era and Dally N'ews, tho afternoon papers, are without power, and arp unable to. publish. Business generally is at a standstill today. MEDIC1NE -HAT'. MAGISTRATE DEALS RAFTING TIMBERS DOWN RIVER (Special to the cinD Hat, Spp.f. 0.- Medici.. Two prolcss.ional crooks, VcCorj mick and O'Neill, were, sentenced to two years in penitent iary for robbing a teamsler nameH Flank IMnckley this mornirlg of 5160, which he had earned working on C. l'..H. construction. I'incWey. noticed the roll was gone when his companions were missing. He got oil the train anil reported to i wh( rounded up Ihc men before noon, ant they were- sc-ntcr.ced (his oitcrnoon. Kivc rafis of bridging limber, thai WILL SEEK BAIL FOR HARRY THAW Coatlccolie, 6-r-Harry K. Thaiv's lawyers having thrown a wrench into the plans to deport him, treaty, but Russia refused to act. ranchers of this and whoso anil William Travers Jerome, having wners they are endeavoring to find, imolorrd nnlctly away to 'Nation's Home's accomplices In the alleged; Milts, Vermont, after his arrest'and :atlle rustling operations release'ycs'cnlay ofi SoPO 'charge nl gambling, Coaticooke rc- Sho appealed also to His Voweraj but ier cry was Ignored. Servla and rtu3- la, fortified by Lnelr ECcrct under- with Roumanla find Turkey, became unbearable in their at- ttude. "F'aU of' the Bulgarian troops ai 'hatcldji Adrianople had been ncrosj tho border Into Ad -by June 30. The burning aud -tlrig of ylllago of Zi.elo by tho ervians was' the-first .serious Ind- ent to provoke war. A Macedonian der, named Arleze, retaliated, on o for. this attack, and Uio Ing day the Servians advanced the regular Buleafi'an army, ic Hungarian troops retaliated, anrl ove their enemies hac'n for a dls- of twenty mjles. "That same day the fighting became all along'the border. DnUarJa dtlackccl by Greeks, 1 Montenegrins. Afialnst Iho-en- flreck army of men. flul: -ia' had barely SO.OOO men under leral Ivanoff. Nevertheless, on the ond and third days of the fighting garla routed her enemies, inflict tremendous losses.' (Con'lliiued on uagc 7) nd has not been located since. llave rural munlclr.fllitlcs tho rightjcd the assessmtnl, but the court of invalidate ths findings. II have his siimcd Us'normal aspect today and this does not invalidate Thaw remained drsertoifby couiisjliin any event, Thaw wil in'llie immigration detention" office j court hearing and the. matter of .........._.... _...... over the