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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta e Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lcthbrldge, Alberta. Thursday, September 20, 1012 Number 244 BURY RIDICULES ACCURACY OF PALPABLY FAKE INTERVIEW Winnipeg, Sept Daily Herald: I could not very well officially deny the interview alleged to be made with our president but unofficially might say that the Statements Attributed to the president are too ridiculous and farfetched to cause the people of Lethbridge any concern." George Bury. PUBLISHES AT THIS CITY Alleged' Interview With Sir Thos, Shaughnessy Which Vice-President Bury Says Need Cause No Worry to Lethbridge TABER FAIR TOMORROW very iialiialili: subdivision booster "There is no time In- tlic day p Taber, Sept. en- tries are coming in for the Ta- fair, which will be in full sv.-Ing tomorrow. One outsider has seventy entries. There Is considerable feeling here that outside competition should bo appeared in the Calgary Herald last "le average healthy man feels discouraged The fair is to- night which was designed to knock, lillali a B00'1 hrcakfast wln-n, un- tended to encourage agricul- ,nJ create the impression''1" that Stirling Junction is to he Slts down a place of considerable S'' ideal that was burning per- IContlnucd on page 7) first glance created, considerable fur- ore, but a second reading a smile {or the thumb marks of the crudest kind real estate manipulat- or was seen in every line. The Calgary Herald states it the article the Win- nipeg Free Press. It was published in Calgary with 1 he heading "Lcth- hridge Not on Route of New Line" ivhicirwas ably designed to help out] ihe impression aimed at in the alleg-i erl'interview. Here is the interview: Agitation Again Takes ture in the Taber district, and the farmers hesitate to exhibit against breeders who make it a business to show at all the fah-s. It is more than likely that a rule will be made next yenr, limiting- the exhibitors to the Taber district. A LOCAL MARKET FOR FARMERS SIR GEORGE TO VISIT THE CITY CANADA- Definite Board of Trade Favors It NO TROOPS FOR ULSTER IMMIGRATION FIGURES SHOW IN- CREASE OF BRITISH SETTLERS TO THE ANTIPODES The nnWly- lormcd Farm I'rodMcE Ltd., proiiii-es to Lu aa factor in the agricultural imlustry in' They want a local city market, situated conveniently in the t't c. Central pavt oi the citv. j London, Kept. SB. Uunug the! !_ month of August residents oi' J IiC waS wilh ttc: the Uniteil Kingdom emigrated; 28.-i i'.ivillS the (j" 770 to the.British dominions, marketing fadlities, principally in ing to Canada, to outside voinls for hay and potatoes iralia; to New .Zealand. For eight months of the year Canada re- ceived or less than in Sept. offi- cial denial was issued' last night of the story "that 'the v troops have been ordered to Ireland to prevent disorder dur ins the anti-Home Rule demon- stration next Saturday, when the Ulster men arc to sign covenant opposing the Irish parliament. 1011 Australia received u more than in 1011 New Zw land received or inon than In 1911. IN TIE CITY CONSIDERING L ETHBRIDGE RE- QUESTS FOR TRAIN SERVICE HERE they arc beginning to realize that is room for more local small produce to fcc right here in the city instead ot bringing it in from the outside, so now they want to form a local ni.-irket where the housewives of the city can go on IIS PAIR HELD ON SUSPICION CHICAGO POLICE HOLD COUPLE IN CONNECTION WITH BIG BANK ROBBERY Great British Strike Settle Will Tour the Mining Camps Lethbridge is expecting a visi from Sir George AskwtUt, K.C., K.C.B Not long ago, Sir; George was in gary. Prom information received thi morning from J 0 Jones, vice-pres dent of District Mine Work ers of America, 'the noted English statesman .will come to the Souther: Alberta and-Eastern's. C, eoal field some time in the near future for th purpose of; looking over condition in the mining- camps. Sir George Askwith's visit to Gana da has been iu connection, with the Aot, He is investigating :hc working of the act for the Britisl .-Jouse of Commons, with tho idea o ntraducing' similar; legislation hi tin old land. Vice President; Jones met Sir George In'Quelpu. at the time- of Trades and Labor Congress tliere re- cently, and was informed that b would make it hisybusiness to visi the coil fields of Alberta and B. C. where one or tte stiongest labor un ions 111 Cana-da liases stronghold. Speatmjr of the Lemienx Act, Vine Piesident Jones stated tint it '.had-met with small favor among the labor un "ions represented at the congress, as they considered that it hampered ihem in their'dealings with capital However, Sir George is going aboul getting first hand information, re- garding tiie! act from 'both labor and capital, 'arid. on his return to Eng- land 'will be able to give a clear ex- position of the history of the act which has been one of the most ad- vanced pieces of Canadian legislation in recent years. Saw Mr. Hardie, Too Mr. Jones also bad the 'pleasure of meeting another noted English politi- cian, v.rho is much in the public eye on the other side of the Atlantic, Air. Hardie, whose Socialistic temlen- t'hicago, Sept. men dies have .marked him from the ordin- ary politician in England, who was al- so a visitor at -the Labor Congress, and was invited by Mr. Jones to visit the coal fields of this district. At were, jle intended to do so, but owing certain each wcclr, and taken ,nlo ,ue j ,o the sessioii of meet producers with their muter iug in wiu, rob. meat coming on so soon, and mvlta- am! vegetables am] other daily household necessities. Tn this the. Fain; Products, Ltd., will the heany support-of the IIoUman bery of the branch of the Bank of .Montreal ui U. C. tions from bodies of labor men in oth- er parts of Canada, he was compelled to postpone his Southern Alberta and Eastern B. C. trip until next yenr. fie however, gave his promises that he WORST TYPHOON OF PAST FIFTY YEARS STRUCK JAPAN WANT EXCURSION DAILY Carmangay, Sept. 'the iii-en responsible for the Dry-' Farming Congress doing any- thing to secure an adequate train inquired a pro- mineiit farmer Itoday. He said the benefit of thfe Congress to district farmers would depend much on the train, service. He would like to sec a train run to I- Lethbrfdge and retum every day. If it were run, there were 'Uiaiiy farmers who 'would at- -tend every day. He thought the C.P.R. might do that much for the district. 7ft Heavy Loss of Life-Tens of Thousands are Property Loss-Full Extent of Blow Not Yet Realized Toklo, Sept. exceed- practically cut off from the rest ing was caused the t phoon which swept Japan from en to end on Sunday, while the loss human life was very .heavy, and ten of thousands are homeless. Th storm was the worst that has occur; ed here for more than half; a centurj according to reports which j ched capital, which, has !bee WILL HAVE NIAGARA OF GOLDEN WHEAT NOT CARVING UP PERSIA London, Sepit. ments to" the effect that the conferences at Balmoral Castle between King George, Sir Ed- ward Grey and ill. SazonoCf, tiie Russian Minister of For- eign Affairs, aims at the vir- tual partitipn of Pe-rsla are semi-officially denied. INEARTHED AN ANCIENT TEMPLE EMA1NS OF BYZANTINE STONES UNCOVERED AT STAMBOUL BY WORKMEN Saskatchewan Arranges Unique Exhibit for Dry Farming Congress Niagara is representative of veil ume. Saskatchewan calls up mind pic- tures of golden wheat. So a Niagara of wheat might be takeu to represent the .wealth-of Al- berta's sister province on the easl from its volumes of wheat. And .that is jucL what the province of Saskatchewan intends to portray to the world at the Dry-Farming Con- gress. A special representative of the'government arrived from Regina today to commence work on the me- chanical part of the Saskatchewan provincial exhibit, and his plans are certainly unique. Half of the large space reserved for Harding railroad matters. Me stated that the company had several the movement should be vigorouslv taken j.s bolievcd by the police, how- W. of A. is OHM more getting un a sound foot- Board matters under consideration, up by every hoiischol'dcr ill the city, em'' Umt kllow something but made no promises-which could be and if the citizens realize it, 'J11-' of tlic rolilicrs ami. is soneval now'. Some dl" made public. Heganl'ng the proposed excursion may mean not only in building up the that they wen- surroundinp; district, but. in the vav saloon -'ami's Siilia, 1149 South to Kooter.ay Landing, ho 6tilled that I o[ it would Ve made.'a jWabash Ave. in the muuieipal elee-l able to furnish complete train after I _. i October 21, so that It has been de-l "K 'KV W1" I elded by tho Board to postpone Iho business men's excursion until after the IJry-Karming Congress. CHARGED WITH YOUNG MAN ARRESTED CHARGED WITH MURDERING PARENTS AND SISTER Wellington, Kans., McKnc'ly, 21, was arrested early today charged with tlic munlcr of his father, Theodore McKiirlly, his likelv take the mntlcr up at their npvt .meeting, and as they are nearly all residents nf the'city it is likvly that they will start some aclior wliirh will lead to the establishment of a modern market a short THRE-E WERE KILLED SEVERAL INJURED Kansas City, Mo., Sept. ifi. Three men were killed nnd several injured in n h-oad-on collision between a nnrtiibound Kansns City Soutlitrn jiaa- train and a switch, engine on ntit.skirta of Kansas City the today. Ali the dead were switchmen of as City. The cnglnaor nnd firo- j man of the switch engine' wore sliftht- WITH AHMED MEN SERIOUS SITUATION DEVELOPING AT MINES WHERE 4530 ARE ON STRIKE is being experienced'in some' of the Pass camps, owing to the lack of cars. The Uollevnc mines sire work ing little more than half lime, and some of the others arc having the same trouble. However, conditions generally are fairly good, and the miners look forward to a busy in- ter. No disputes of any magnitude hav arisen for the past <-ouple of months, and (hose havo been (jnietly settled without publicity. Constantinople, Sept. re-! the Saskatchewan exhibit will be _ ins of a Byzantine temple were en over ,to the miniature Niagara, of rthed near the mosque of aiohani- "wheat, "which will form the central in Stamboul during the canalUa- of their efforts. A mediani- 011 work some eimc ago. is being constituted i winch will keep a btream ot golden Several, stately columns with the pitais carved with Greek crosses ftH flay ]fc ig safe lo gay ere discovered by the workmen. that the Saskatchewan booth will at- Somc of tiie workmen stole smaller tvaci .tttention from every quarter, fmils, including a fine sarcophagus Regina has'officially anounced thut with a carved lid. they arc after the Congress for A marble plate carveJ with a cross; If they rannot get it for 1J113, they was carried ofT by Turkish workmen'1 intend to be in line to bring it to that find laid on the (ioor of a tavern. city in 3914. L. T. MaeDonald, com- The, Greek workmen, because of the manner of the Kcgina Hoard of cross, regarded this as a sacrilege and made an attempt to posses-! sion of it. This led to a.fight andj the eventful prL-survation of the plate. The director of the museum is seeking the missing treasures. the 'country for days. Crops suffered severely everywhere but the greatest damage -wag done in. the neighborhood of the cities of Nag- oya, Kara and Osaka, on the Island of Hondo, and in. Gifiu At Nagoyo ev- ery .house was damaged, and a great tidal wave demolished the harbor front, sunk three steamers, Avhile sev- eral others went ashore. At Gifu 202 people were hilled and 23S injured. The Kioku Mam foundered off En- and the whole of her ciew and pass-angers were lost. At Osako twenty thousand houses ere ruined, and all the breakwaters aud the harbor piers were washed away. A.t Nara the thousand-year-old OIC a shrine, collapsed into a leap of-ruins. OPEN A SCHOOL FOR ROMANS CHURCH 'ORGANIZATIONS WILL. GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION '.TO FOREIGN SETTLERS Toronto, Sept. the annual necUng of the boaid of managers -he Women'b Missionary Society he Methodist chinch yesterday, if, vas announced that the first Jionv or Ktithcnian girls would be opened bout December first at Edmonton, nd was voted as the firstrin- tallment on the furniture. A 'new ranch of the work has been opened t Cliipmau, Alttu, where.a home for Vusiralian girls has been'established nd placed iir charge of Miss Chase. NJURED IN AN AUTO ACCIDENT IARCON1 IS SUFFERING SEVERE- BE VISITED BY THE KING llingliam, Utah, .Sept. iivd preparations by the sheriff's posse on ihe Utah Copper company's pro- perty is awakening u current of un- rest between the outward calm Hinglum, where 1500 copper miners MI .strike for higher wages. To- day guards- and rifles were' WAR IS EXPENSIVE iioihcr and sister, whoM hollies were j ]y bruised. Tho passenger train ound in a u-nt on the outskirts of I an in-bound suburban, Xo j .Wellington yesterday, j were (UIUI-'U HO U brought in. Leaders nf the union were Ioan was as yet..... diligently ui work today warning Wfir has on for nenrly tt Itcmo, .Sept. Turco- ftalian stnusglo has cost tho war (irpurtment thus far, it is ed. Naval expanses, the Jlin- islor of Marine Hinted, have been The Finance Minister added that no foreign The airainst possible drmtinstrntion in ycar i1 of the notices posted yesterday i iiinst Hcfciui. J VON BiEBERSTEIN WAS A FAILURE TOO MANY FLOWERS ON BIER OF DEAD DIPLOMAT, SAYS A FRENCH EDITOR Paris, Sept, Calmette. in an editorial in the Figaro, headed "Too Many describes the eulogies of Huron Mnrselml Von Blob- crstcin, as overdone. He admits the late Ambassador made a commercial success with Sultan Abdul Hamid, when the latter was in power, in se- curing the orders for guns and rail- way concessions, but, says that, his failure was complete. "Turkey was dismembered under the eyos of a man who had promised to aid he declared, "tinglum! was ibsolute mistress of Uio situation, and Von niebersUriii's' death spared him ui more cruel disappointment Iu Trade, has flic matter in hand, ant: E they will lose no opportunity to maki? the wishes of Kegina in this matter known -during Congress week. Mi MaoDonald is organixing tho I'OTCOS of the capital now, and they will come a strong delegation to try to carry the day. After the Rumely Saskatchewan will be widely repr snnted in the bushel of wheat contest which la attracting so much attention. province does intend to let slip the honor brought, it last; fall by Soaser Wheeler at" tho York Lund Show. The- host showing of vegetables mado last yoar at the Congress .Ex- position by any province or state was made by Saskatchewan. They intend to do even better this your, and thoir vegotablc exhibit will lie a feature of the provincial exhibit, with which they hope to win the blue ribbon event, of tho State champion- ship. In this connection, Prof. H. Thompson, who has -Uio provincial exhibit in hand, has encb week sum the Congress a vegetable to show that Miey arc In earnest. Last week sir. Thompson sent prepaid an u.pound Swede turnip. He wns informed that Mngralli could bent that. This week he sent another Rrbwn in the Young Spozia, JLaly, Sept. 26. William arconj, the inventor of wireless tele- graphy, passed a restless night AS a result of injuries sufTcreJ by him in an automobile accident yesterday near Bowghclto, He complained Of pains from a slight wound in the head, while vhc injury of his right eye anil many oth- er bruises caused considerable irriki- tion. Mrs. Marconi was not hurt m collision and sat up near her hand nearly all night. Kins Victor Eiranuel will, it is expected, visit Marconi today. GALWAY REVIFES AN OLD PROJECT PUBLIC MEETING DECLARES FOR STEAMSHIP SERVICE TO CANADA district. U w 10Ji pounds, u, ndds that thorn more to come "which are better still. Dublin, Sept. meeting pre- sided over by the Lord Mayor held icrc yesterday carried a resolution rgiiiK the great advantages to'Tre-j land if Galway jjccame a Trans-At- laniic port which would connect with Canada anil the United States by.tbo- shorlcst routs. ;