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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 .THE LETHBIUDflE DAILY-HKKALI) iiy, September 13; 1911 BULGARIAN SOLDIERS Denies all Stories of Cruelties and Massacres-Surprisingly Little Damage of the 1-oydcn, oept. aiauEchest defenders of (he Bulsiriane ID ifce present controversy over the allied atrocities Is D. Woodruff, ia this terrible detmtloa camp I was S'vea an unlimited credit to draw on Buigartau army supplies, but we did not need greai'y to deplete theee supplies because of iho provis- ions ftent Uj- tbe BrliStli consul at Not only ro mas- sacrea take place In the mosques, bat so were suardfld that when to a spirit of mild vRmlalism we attempted to remove a (ileoe of Koran lyiac ou the1 floor of w, Wl> were ily tiresemod a statement to the Bulgarian' soldier. An Armenian gen- (orcttcu office on behalf of tlemen- who from a long grey columns of lulgarians en- s iterlc? Ihe city, to me with (eel- Mr. was the Drst .Th6 lmlsarians tiic oily er. outside the Bulearlaiis. jHXe how filffirent to enter Adriaucplu attcr the rjrrend-. f :ho Turks. He "walked In at dawn ovc-r the scarred battle fleWs, and for werts afterwards, he' was in It have Uie tables been turned.' Dorit MTiiem ALL, Grandpa f It'i no wonder MapJe Bads laile gooH, and it's no wonder raolhen every. wbae ne encouraging Ihe lillle lo ipcnd their pecniei (or them. Maple Budi lie nothing inoie iSaa the btsl o( chocolite, milt anci llie doctor would recommend lo build up a.sicldy child. The meet delicate diild can dijest tnera. The distinctive flavor of Maple Budi a entirely due (o Ihe we of oMy the best chocobts. The fine velvety tenure comej (tea grinding and giiading Ihroiigri innumciable ttcc) rollers. cd 1'ils Ulle by his statement 'thatj thirty thousand Moslems had racred at Dolran, irhen less ttau a For Sale by GEti. KERR CO. Lethbricke. Proven Qoaiity When choosiu slltermtt it f iibothiKionomf andsitisfac- tion to. parchose' This trend, tnotrn it Sifaerffaa that Wean ricJti first in qailiiy and hw been best for 07 er Mid a in its i KearlcstgtatJeor plate. SoW '.SNOW WHITE CROW excel- lent exarnple .of a eaow white crow, is'hlcli was shot recently on the main- Und br Leslie Uightoa is being niounled here, and be exhibited In the proviDclal inuEeup for a Utno. "Tie klnfc ol liars" Is ihe title de- towed on the Kiugot Oreoco by Pas- acilvo charge ot relier work In Turk- lev D. X. Furaijleff. a Rjlgarian and cholera casui-s.: He was constant-] ft graduate of Prlncctoii. wto is-la[ In a position to see who was london aa a member nf ihe delegation! sponsible for any atrocities in Adrian- offering advice to" the foreign office re j ople and Its neighborhood, and he ab- Ute Eiies-Medla -boundary line.. He J salves thf. Bulgarian_ authorities from Haim? that the Grecian monarch MTU- J any blame for 'the isolated outrages which took place. Coming to London with a committee of native Bulgarian and English mis- tho-jeand lire in that district. to present a statement to [Sir Eda-ard Grojr. vrhlob was desired tbe BritlsU foreign office In Its work of delimiting the Euos-.Media. fixeJ by'the Conference of Lon- don, Mr. Woodruff lock, advantage of ihe occasion to tell the foreign seererarr something of the Bulgarian side the atrocity charges. Sir Ed- ward Grov was so impressed that he. requested that the conversation be supplemented by a written nieraoran- j dum of Mr. Woodruffs personal ob- scrvaUons. A nummary of his men! to Sir L'dwsrd Grey "When the city the streets of Adrlanople were free from any excitement or distu bance, Kith the i ejrcertion of'a few scattering phots which I learned afterwards been fired at some TyrWsh placers who 1 sought to escape from a house where they had been hiding. an air of relief aod happiness on the .faces of ihe people, to the stubborn fle'eDlCTs'the Bulcaritn oc- rupatien was a relief from Impending starvation. "I was surprised at how litUo dam- sze bad been dorie to the cltv by the fcombardent, only civilians har- I ing-been killed." 1 5ar needed food most. The horrors of this OBSERVATORY AT COAST death cannot be but the Victoria, B.C., Sept, pro- Uufferine-there "was as mrch due gress is with indifference of the Turkish doc Hon of a observatory here. The. I tors io .Bulgarian neglect. Shukr Is percbed high on what Is as Goniales and is an excellent site for the purpose. Tbe stricture Is now ttte first flot-r, and iu completion 33 promised within three months. possible number ol cattle per acre. ties already mentioned wTere the fc The failure ul soutliorn- farmers increased valuation of the of their full catllt was over two millloa tuiiities in ihis line has contributed j Vet Use estimate lor the cum pie: importantly to the general cat Ho j eradication of the post from llie i shortage, which-has amounted: io 30 j fectfd counties hnd.tha iaving ol th per cent, since 1906 for the whols annual loss of three bc by a-tcstoraUoa to t be no neeti'ol our urawing pcnrm- -r nently, on the supplies o I otber coun- while the total yearly cattle output may bo so "gi fatly improved by tick praUication throughout tfcc production of coin, cotton, eve soil ol fertilizer in' ihe'fdrmVof m; uie. This is another.very Importa'. reason why the.spulli vi'IU-profit I ila energies" toieradicalf the tick, and tjius, increase the yce output of According to the .spcclaliils, ti o[ S- one of the .southo For I slates that JLO let .up should he ma encouraging loc [until the complete destruction oil Ig: erntnenl net treat the matter yrlousty enough. Beli, Winni- peg.-slaled that it was ex- cars of grain'to fce (loot- ed 15 per cent.- for weed _seed and sometimes even 40 per cent. F. W. Mfllis, of Humho'Ht, Sask.; was elected to ths new office ol fourth vice-president.' HON. COCHRANE SAYS IT COULD BE USED IN THE. EVENT OF GRAIN BLOCKADE Pasha was nrafaet! by the Bulgarian! fc7 his heroic of the city, bu thts awful Ifland of deatli was the chief {niit of bir. heroism. Wo Vandalism-. "When T charge of relief work Fine With Fruit OLICED bananas, fresh berries or stewed fruit make a great com- bination with Force." Good to to digest and the best all-round fast-breaker there is. Try FORCE" for a wcek-lhis week COMPANY, Hamilton Chlawa, Onl., Sept. ]2.-Should ,a grain blockade occur this winter 3! in some seasor.s 'tbe Natipn3 Trariscoafinantal lino from Winnipeg to Cnchrftr.-> n-ili f.e into (om mission as a means ol relief. Hon.; Frank minister o raihvays and canats, returned from North Bay last evening. lo the past three weeks becn'lnspectlnj the C'cchranc .'ectlon of tfje ro'ajd ani raihvay matters Nor (hern Ontario. i'-- Mr. CorliiariC says that the Cecil rare-Winnipeg cf the Trans- continental will mil te en'tlrely coin plele till, t.fxi spring, hut can'-1, utilized for scmce to': relieve strain II necessary this fall, A (rat of siv IIMTJ- private cars was. move oier the line at likh There are a In sink holts, tint ar jving somr Itttlt trouble, anit.thfrc are a ftv, temporary hrMjes to -bo replaced by 'structures, but thcfe temporary bridges are fit for service In case of emergency after the coid weather sets In.- J MANITOBA CASE READY Toronto, Sen. ;H. Wnllla, ot Wnnlrcj, counzel for' tho Mani- toba jovernwenl bavp roaoy for reeumptlon ,of. tto heartos on SopUmber 24, CATTLE. AT VICTORIA, FAIR Victoria, IJ.C., Sept. dairy and Jrfef callfe will ie itroDK Jn the big here the lallor part trf thin monUi.. ,Thp matlfi' In-Vktorti now this year, will bo ono of tho jnoat InlerbstinK fca- fool of floor many applkanta i to bo refutci. Jitst so long as counties continue there is scarcely any aad profitable cattle industry. this eradication in twenty-or.c .was hot more than err tick is accomplished'. As BOOH return lliev have received during scource to.note wonncriul in increased well on the way. toward the c Jprovement made in districts cesstul development of IU cattle-r A general.-campaipi as satisfactory results .eve on thc'part of the county for-tbc deT it? count'.es ate. free from The oi tick eradication was only 50 Certain counties in Mississippi still in quarantine because of the losing acnually not reutest deterrents to-cattle raising: less than three million dollars. This iem faimeis are-beginning'to crense In Europe, lilt rear-tli reciate. Lp 'to date, however, these tajrs'.have. not beguri to raise the 'rnarkei contract to.the other coun The. cooking top is burnished by a special process making the surface perfectly kept clean without blacking. This point appeals strongly to the woman who prides herself on-a clean, highly polished range. The cut shows a double duplex grate, each section of which can be operated independently. Another good point about these grates is that no dead ends in your fire. This feature is exclusive to the Snsk-alta and patented. If the Sask-alta had no other lead- ing features, these are. sufficiently important- to in- vestigate wheri purchasing youf new range, 3a s k -a 11 Ranges arc scldcvery.vriere by good who tip our guarantee onthisiplefldid London Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver Si. John Hamilton Saskatoon Edmonton SOLD IN LETHUitlDGK.iSV THE hJTAF ;