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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Alberta. Friday, September JOI2 Number A MAGNIFICENT GIFT TO HELP LETHBRIDGE Sir Richard McBride's Government Donates for the Congress British Columbia, desirous of show- ing its spirit of loyalty t0 sister pro- vinces, and .to extend the right hand of fellowship, and good cheer to its neighboring city of Lethbridge, has tendered n gift of to the local Board of Control of the International Dry-Farming Congress, to encourage the great work Lethbridge has under- taken, and the people of Lethbridge have; to thank Sir Richard McBrlde and Hon. Price Ellison, his' able ister of agriculture and finance. Some 'months ago, (he i provincial British Columbia were Juvited to participate in the Ury-Parrp- ing Congress, anil their response was of ;t most pleasing nature, in that they heartily entered into the spirit of the occasion, and announced that they would .arrange for on-u of 'the largest and best exhibits aver staked iu Can- ada, if, hot'on the continent, and, fur- thermore, that1 they 'desired to be con- sidered as non-con testaiits iu the mat- ter of prizes, extending to all visitors the courtslea and also Die opportunit- ies to take away all of the silverware, and valuable prif.-es 'that were not tied -down by- the i li- ability of.any one to.enter therefore. This was a spirit that was appre- ciated, imd when the executive of the Board of Control dined Sir Richard {MeUride- at Calgary some weeks ago, on his return from abroad, it was to j extend him. their heartfelt apprecia- j ticii, .and they were agatfi agreeably surprised to learn that he had so much at heart the interest oi' South- ern' Alberta, that he planned to attend the Congress and make an address., and that 'hie anxious to show the world 'what British Columbia was pro- ducing, its- wonderful resources, and what It was doing in agricultural de- velopment, and furthermore he (rr6-' inised to- co-operate with Lethbridge iu making the Congress the greatest ever held. Mr. Burns' Visit Some weeks later, Secretary Burns, "JOE" CHAMBERLAIN DYING London, Sept. After years of complete paralysis, Joseph Chamberlain, whose mind has remained alert, until now, !a sinking fast, ami Ib-a cud may eome any day. During the last five weeks lie has ceased to take any in- terest in political events, lying in 'bed mentally and physically helpless. The fiction of his issuing statements has been abandoned. BENEDICTINES TO MOSS POND NOTED ENGLISH MONKS, ALL OX- FORD GRADUATES, TO LO- CATE IN CALGARY Calgary, Sept. to private cnblo received in Oalgilry Ui morning the lieneu'iciine fatheis Oswaldkirk, England, have, decided form a hranch in this city. The intention is to build a eolleg 'or boys, -which, it is presumed, he Ki tua ted a t La fi range, J oil Stcinbecker having given some Ian there for tliat purpose. This is the .first branch of the o tier to be established in Western Cai ;tila. AH tlie members of. tlie Os waldkirk monastery are graduates Oxford. POPULACE PAID TRIBUTE TO DEPARTED EMPEROR A FATAL FALL Winnipeg, Man., Sept. from a wire tower on Broadway this on his bead, Peter Breeu, wire of Winnipeg Electric .Co., was' fatally Injured. THE AUTOMOBILE SKIDDED Vancouver, B. C.f Sept. DoughiB, aged 37, son of James Doug- las, proprietor of the Athletic Saloon, Younge street, Toronto, was killed last night by being thrown from an automobile which skidded at turn Eburiie road, four miles out of .own. SCHOOL BOARD AWARDS mm SUPPLIES ORDER MANUAL "TRAINING- AND THE" COM- MERCIAL DEPARTMENTS An Impressive Scene ai Japan's Dead Ruler Was Borne to Tomb A special meeting of the school hoard was'held last evening, Dr. Qalhraitli presiding. Supplies were; of ilie Congress, made a visit to Vic- ordered for the various toria, while ou bis vacation, and, bad I including a number of 'the1 pleasure of meeting both Sir Kichard and tbe Hon. Mr. Ellison, and they were deeply interested in S Tokio, Sept. second par of tbe ceremonies in connection wit! the funeral of the late Emperor Japan, took place tonight when the casket containing the bodj of the late ruler started on ita jour ney to Aeyama, whence it 'will be taken to Monoyania for final burial Imposing as had beeu the by the great dignataries ill the palaee earlier in tbe day, when :he funeral service, serving to empha- size tbe contrast between the ancient Shinto rites and tbe twentieth cen- tury militarism, were conducted. The passage of the funeral cai through the streets of the capital to light was even more impressive. .It afforded the populace of the capital an opportunity 10 display sorrow at the nation's bereavement, and hun- dreds of thousands stood for, hours in absolute silence along tbe route a, Typewriters for use in cial di'paitmcnt- at the n cli the progress of the arrangements the Congress and exposition, and for has arr, Hie first time made known that Brit-i1" connection ish Columbia. going to expend lnS schools I tlm coffin passed on the t'lrsi stage of' Underwood I its journey towards its last resting place. Profound silence prevailed as 'the fnsket. was placed on tlip funeral car, the commer- lliyli school, of E. :tl in the city, the annual train- going to expend onk'r for" swa11 tOGl SIO.OOO on staging an exhibit ot all1 its equipment was given to the Western natural products, an exhibit, that Canada Agency, that firm being Ihc would make the whole world sil uu and take notice. Both Sir 'Richard nnd Minister Ellison made numerous inquiries as to the financial support, hetbbridgo was receiving In this great work, and expressed an inten- tion to co-operate in this line shouh it be necessary, and their lender of n gift of to the c'ominfticc t day comes as a welconie offor in vie of the fact that the arrangumeiits 1mve been so extended, because of the growth of the Congress that more funds 'were required than at first anticipated. (Coniinurfl on page lowest tenderer. -J. R. Tnrnoy .t Co. were awarded UIP contract for sup- plying a wood working machine. TURKEY SEEKING TO END WAR LATEST RUMOR SEEMS TO HAVE- SOME FOUNDATION IN FACT London. Sept. has itiado peace proposals which have ;i cliance of regarded favorably by Inily. iiccording to the Constantinople cornaspondent of the Timos. It. is believed than. Turkey's jtropos- nls that Tripoli and Cyrenaica Riiall viiimtin under the of tht) Sullan, who shall be represented a Moslem appointed like tile Khe- dive, and tlnil the entire military and civil administrations of both terri- tories shall bo entrusted to Italy. The Porte is now seeking a fc'rin- ulue explanatory of the Italian de- cree of annexation might provo acceptable to Turkey's subjects and to Italy. j Would Welcome Intervention London, Sept. I'aslia, j president of the council, in an inter- view Kent, by. tlie Constantinople cor- respondent of i ho Daily Mail, said tlint. Turkey would wHconii! inrerven- tion by any fair-inindecl pmvor be- >vn liersclf and Italy, to brins ah- nul peaee. Ho also rei torn tod aHsitr- innis'of the Porin's ileicriniuation to I curry out rctoruis In Maccdoniu, TO COMPETE WITH TRUST SUPPLIES CITY COUNCILS IN GERMANY SEEK TO GET CHEAPER FOOD FOR POOR Colongp, Germany, .Sept.' municipal council has appropriated to carry oul a plan for the1 sound of importation aiifi Kale of meal. It has heard, nlso decided to appeal in f.lie govern-1 incut for In the n-ailer of liiiih Ottaw cost of living. mt-ar Hordoi I'nfler Civic Auspices Jena, (JuniKi snid'all those gutheied in the vicinity of ihc palace bowed their heads." When all arrangements had been completed, Emperor YosblhHo an-d impress Sadako, 'Princess TaKcdn, representing the Km press-Do wager whose physieians prohibited her from taking part in the ceremonies; anr the princes of the Imperial Family came through the hull, entered 'then carriages, and started off at one o'- clock for Acayania, hi order to receive tbe casket ou its arrival there. The entire division of tlie Imperial bodyguard marched behind the cof- fin, as did the representatives of all the Army divisions and ten thousand sailors from the fteet. Thousands, other troops lined the route from the palace tn Aoayama. A great throng filled the space on tho other side of tbe, and a peculiar effect was produced as the procession passed thoii- mute ranks, only the vcird Shinto music iheiiig C.P.R. OFFICIAL CHANGES MADE Supt. Ure'n Leaves Cran- brook for shaw Replaces Him Official changes of more than passing interest are an- jion'nced in connection with the CPU All W J Uren, superintendent at Cranhrook, LATEST REPORT ON THE CROPS UNUSUAL CONDITIONS. WOULD BE REQUIRED TO DAMAGE SPRING WHEAT has been transferred to CaK gary'to succeed O. S. Maharg, who has been appointed sup- erintrmdent of terminals M Calgai y i A. .C. Harshaw, who was sup- er'Inteudent of 'terminals, re- ;ptuces Mr. Ureh at Cranbrooky "Ur Harshan was foimerly a 'I- train1 master and has made steady advancement with the company The change ot position for air. aiahorg is said to he duo lo a desire on his .part to lie free from so "much travelling as the supeiiutendencx iequir- ed., was formerly stiper- mtendent of the Medicine Hut- Lethbridge branch. Winnipeg, Sept, and harvesting are at. a standstill today over Manitoba and most ol .Sas- katchewan, where rain has .fallen in varying degrees (luring the night. It has been generally fine in Aiherta. Four fine days, however, have seen a tremendous amount ot work at-com- hed in the fields. Very unusual conditions would he necessary to do much damage now jto the spring wheat crop which is turning .out so high hi grade. Prospects are for frost this week, and In all three prairie provinces, but. it can do little dani- age except to late Il'ax and oats.. j REVISED SCHEDULE FOR STREET CARS TO CHECKMATE SUFFRAGETTES Ottawa, Sept, There is a possibility thai the militant suffragettes, who are coming to Canada to cafry.-on a cam- paign'may refused entrance as undesirables. The BUggcs- tion has been made to -the im- migration department, and if it is acted upon, unaer the law they could be debarred ac- count of their intention? to make trouble, and also on the ground that thei have been convicted as criminals In Eliig- land. THE RAYMOND FAIR A REAL SUCCE riig Entry List and All Departments are' Mighty Fine Raymond, Sept. 'mis RAYMOND MAKE LOUD PROTEST Recently Imposed Busi- ness Tax is "Regarded As a Hardship Raymond, new town license bylaw .providing ior the liceiis-j of air businesses operating in the WILL DEFEND HIMSELF town; has created a.greilt deal of ex- cileniciit in local h'usiness circles, and registered against the law to the rep- resentative of the Herald, who called upon several of tlie leading, business men for an expression of opinion. tradesmen and o'thcrs engag- ing in business in the town even went so to declare they would go out of business before paying the li- cense, which they allege is prohibi- tive. The- law which is calling' [or such loud protest and indignation froin the citize'ns passed ai a meeting spc- :ially called for purpose last Tuesday evening. There was a full council present, with the exception of Councillor Hicks. The bylaw was nlrodiiccd by Councillor O'llrien, Middleto'wn, N Y Sept 11 fight which Burton W., Gibson, the New York lawyer, will make for his life, Jie said today, will be directed, entirely by himself. He has not en- gaged counsel, he added, and intended to appear in his own behalf when raigned today -before Couutv Royc'e, on the charge of murdering Mrs. Rose Alohsehik Sza'bo. By Noting Carefully Will Be No Trouble in Using Cars' iiration day Tor the teirj dmirraa" o[ l'olice andliccnse lid .over one thousand1 ''entries werel committee, and with liim. were asso- mrte up to two o'clock. X. B. Ririe' ciateil in drawing up tho schedule, s the largest exhibitor, and has made j Councillors Allen and Rolfson. I'lion ue hundred nnd twenty-five entries. Me bylaw being put to a vote, after Parley. Carter, ot llagratli, is also a! the ustiaj ionralities, it was carried Canada's Tribute order of Prc- all flags on the parlla- nd doiiarlmental liuildinsF, are Sept. 13. The flyinB at half mast today, as a miirlt .Iciia cimndl lias' appruprialnl reaped lo the Into Mikado of .la- UlWitking v.ell for Hie si tor I he erection oi -municipal eslall-' wilofl- .are Uikins Wrltle Is in dwrse. anrl trong exhibitor in llie v-egetabl irtmeut, and Ii. W. Bradshaw, owner the celebrated Kosednlc farn oiltll of Magraili, has a-splendid] ring, of Percherons. Brimliall'si mitres, that, have swcnt tils rings sol many times, are also entered, and, altogether, it looks as though this DOUK. CAUSES WILD FLUTTER THREATENS AT NELSCft INQUIRY _ SOME ONE WILL MEET, .STOLYPIN'S FATE Sept "1 said the time will come when ws will act or some one will act like Stoh- pin" (the .Russian premier, who was These words, murmured by Peter Ab'roslnolT, a who has broken away from Peter Vereglu's community, at the back of the court room, during a. session of the Doult- hbbor.enquiry this afternoon, and lat- er interpreted, when A-brosinoff was dp- unanimously. This ended the subject; i called before (he 'commlsslunu of licenses for tile lime. I This morning Secretary Wridc call- ed on the various business houses and parties in business and informed them of the provisions of the net as affecting (hem, warning no Lllullyll Llllb important section is to be well up to' thpro tliat lf (h-' "ot pa-v ihc h" to ex- plain the threat, caused a sonsntion among the large' crowd of auditors. The reason given for. making the threat, against 'whom was not declar- ed, was said by Abiosinoff to b-o tbat t do so fr011' .Verogfn was represented In counsel, the standard of previous years. The. cattle, sheep, swine, and poul- try sections and birds are the display iy j] iu tangible fw Southern Alberia soil with proper, cultivation. also well filled up, types of animals to be scon. .no magnificent, and a rnvuhition which Just what can produce, Some fine :ipt shmenis where the necessaries fc may he ohMinrd more cheaply. small fruit is also on display. Will Stone has a dish of tlie. choicest crab apples one could ask for. .Air. Stone is saving some of his fruit for the Dry-Farming Congress next October. The ladies' .work and educational exhibits are certainly well worMi. Some of UK; most ''cauUful fancy work one could conceive of is entered. The work of tlm srliiol children is worthy of special mention, for it really splendid, and shows the high the Raymond school, staff. Director; I the exhibits place today. arc'very tastpfully arranged. cense the council would lake steps to collect it. His reception was not always cordial, hut: the secretary ex- plained that IIP was acting under tins direction nf the council, and that they were determined that the law should he Later Herald representative called on the business met: who arr most affected, and found the situa- tion very intense. They condemned the law in the strongest laguatce, possible, calling ii an "unjust re- quest of I hi- rmmeH" and a "very bad piece of legislation, that was discriminating in its very nature." Win. HI air, druggist and stationer, was asked (o pay a license of fifty dollars, for conducting bis business. This he declares is unreasonable, con-j sidcring amount of business trans- acted in a year. lie was willing 10 Day a reasonable lict-nsn. bill, tint urijusf- ycs funir-d towards 'T.cUi' bridge, chief industrial asset, namely the surrounding coal mines, must not he overlooked. .-Vltliouch for iiie past- year or two the growth of population Ins bcrii io unforseen ciicuu stincts i MaeC'rimm'Dii is ni the firm l-clteE within the, live years lln: tion. (-ompliMfly trivnsfiirtned i 01' ness and rapidly increasing popi ;