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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September THE DAILY shoWs you Row cocoa ought to taste APPEAR BEFORE SUPERIOR COURT WlltL ASK FOR NEW TRIAL: FOR EBERTS CONDEMNED FOR MURDER THE GRILL CAFE Still Doing Good Buslnen S. Two Doors North of Morris.- Tlieatrc See our Popular Priced Dinner and. Try the Goods. Teas :i Oysters Any Style Meals at all Hours. RUSSIAN OFFICER THE NEXT-FIGHT WILL BE WITH CHINA W.ITH UNITED STATES AS INTRIGUER ARMOURS SQUEEZE THE WHEAT PIT MANY SHORT A KANSAS CITY BY CHJCAGO MANIPULATORS ;-.Paris, S-spt an interview lia Patrie today, on the gen-era 1 posl tjon of international polhics, the RUE sian general, gave it a Ilia opinion that one forthcoming de yelopment would be a declaration o war by China against Russia. In the course of his remarks, the Genera gave, reasons for this remarkable statement: "China is obliged to follow the sum: method of expansion as Japan, which Las been overflow pop. illation into Korea and Manchuria. China has now inhabitants, and there are twenty million births an uually. Siberia is necessary to her. States knows this, and now that it has. the Panama Canal, which to become the master of tho Pacific, its policy will consist in arming and'organizing China in order to make that vast empire an importing country, to'be assured of an exchange trade, aud ;to force China to drive back the Russians to the Urals. "Russia also is certain to enter in- to a conflict, with the United States, whose 'imperialist Policy is aggressive is thus criminal to give China the which the erican banks promised to HIT HIM OVER HEAD WITH STEAK CHINAMAN DIDN'T LIKE BEING ASKED TO COOK HIS MEAT BETTER Kansas Citj-, Mo., Sept. on ,Uid local; bo gun to feel the "squeeze'' of the A mour Grain Company, of Chicagi wbich practically has cornered tember wheat in the Kansas City niai iiei. It is sni-A tliar. several Ch speculators have been caugh short in the Kansas Cily market. September wheat yesterday sold fo as high as 90% cents in Kansas Citj an eighth oi' a cent above the''big September wheat; quotation In; Chica go. Under normal conditions, pricei should be five to seven cents here than iu Chicago. The; Armour ciirner is Hie bigees deal ei-er oil the Kansas City'Board ot Trade. -More (ban 3, OOO.OOO bushels of wheat have alrbad been delivered on September eon. tracts to the Chicago firm; contracts for probably more than a million bush els .have been settled without deliv. ery, and 'there remains, according tc local grain men, a considerable open interest to be closed in one way "or another on the four remaining busi- ness' days of the -mouth, so that ibe total amount of Armour holdings September contracts were about five million bushels. Grain men say that-tile Armour coin pany has made a prof ii.pt lour to sev- en cenis.a bushel on .the million bnBii- els or more 'that has been 'shorts" in the pit. sold to KISSING BARRED ON RAILWAYS DECREE 'WHICH FOLLOWED AN INCIDENT ON. BAVARIAN STATE RAILWAYS Berlin, issing has been issued hy the Bavar- statc railways as -the result of a pmplainl lodgc.d by a, tas rebuked for 'embracing his ri a setoiid class saloon carriage. Macleod, Sept. Maclcod; lias left ior Ottawa, where' he will lear before the Supciiuio Couii of Canada and argue (or a new trial ior his client Eberts, who now lies under sentence of death, having been twicq reprieved. W. M. Campbell, crown prosecutor, who as tiie representative o't the crown will oppose the application, lias also left for Ottawa. He was accompanied by Major Primrose, o! the .f 13. P. Ii. Joliilst'oii, the tamdits I'oronto counsel, will appear with Sir. Campbell on of the crown. The dogged and persistent tight which has heeli made by Mr. Maclcod for his client has aroused keen inter- HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE est, and the outcome ot the applica- tion before the highest court in Can- ada will be eagerly awaited hy the public, us well as by the condemned man. Tile Supreme Court of Canada will meet on Monday, .October 1, and the Eberts' application will be the first beri, case before them. POULTRYjDISEASES Their Cause, Prevention and Cure UNWRITTEN LAW IS THE DEFENCE SNEED8 COUNSEL PRODUCING SILLY LOVE LETTERS TEN BY AL. BOYCE Wrltltni'Exprtiily for DRY-FARMING by M. C, Htrnir, Manager Poultry Department, Manitoba Agricultural College. The general observance or the rules governing health, vigor, and vitality in poultry .are. of far greator iinport- anco. both'to the poultry keeper indi- vidually and In Its effects on the gen- eral conditions in poultry rulsfag, than specific knowledge of the causes, iymp- tome and treatment of diseases, for giving attention to these will not only act as a general preventive, but also remedy most of the diseases which can profitably treated. Special consid- eration and treatment of diseases be- come heceisary only when the condi- tion! are.wrbiig'ior. the method of nan ling the fowls'is at fault. Since Ind vidual treatment Is usually not profl able.on account of the small value 3lrda, it follows therefore that a ledge of poultry 'diseases is only d re'ctly .useful in wrong em dltlbns, determining the cause of th disease and adopting preventive- mea uroB. rattier than applying remcdie for. curing the disease. It ja not aiwa'ya an easy matter t These are briefly some of the special symptoms Indicating 'tile various dis- eases of poultry. It ia sot tile pur- pose of this treatise further on special gebteVaf symp- toms of diseases without Introducing some of the specific dlapaqet i (lint. oc- cur along with their :prevcntlbii and cure. The environment under which the poultry Is uopt Is often one of the chief causes ot, disease breaking out In o poultry Mock. Cieaaliuess must bo fol- lowed In detail It the poultry work is to be sucoosstuf; The poultry house ,'hoiild be cleaned out regularly and also receive about one application of v.-bite wash .each year. Jly applying the If the application is refused, Bbcrts will be executed on Monday, Novem- ber 4, unless, of course, 'there was a commutation of the sentence. The trial of Mathias Jasbec, iin- plicated with Eberts in the murder .Vmarillo, Texas, Kept. detect diseases and their causes i examination or Mis. 1. Rogers Ot' Pilltfy.'The general symptoms show Dallas, relative to letters signed wronB' bu b, just-whatJs. wrong may. not be eviden .alleged to have been shown symptoms are peculiar to Mrs.. Sliced.-in-July and August of certain .disease... Where no specia this year, occupied most of yesterday j symptoms. be detected the diseas afternoon's hearing in the habeas' cor- can b.e positively identified; the >ye must turn to tho investigation o piis proceedings on behalf oi John-it. Sneed alleged slayer of Al. Hoyce. 'Mrs. Rogers reiterated statements as to knowledge-of the alleged plot of Willmott will take place at tiic- against 'Sneed'a' I lie and testified that October sittings before Justice liar-' on one occasion Mrs. Sliced had writ- vey. ten Boyce that she was expecting to j way under four hMdings: become a mother and that lioyee had due-to lack'of vigor and i conditions and note the possible sonrc of trouble, .and whether, or not the dis cade-cab be'connected with it. .Cau.tet.of. Diieaces There are. various causes of diseases but they may be grouped in a genera HUDSON BAY IS A RISKY PROJECT SIR DONALD MANN EXPRESSES OPINION OF THE NEW RAIL- WAY ROUTE Winnipeg, am of the opinion that the Hudson Bay under- aking. is of so rigky a nature, and its lltimate success is so problematical hat i't sliould be operated by the Do- ninion government until its real value ias been sold Sir Don- ald JIa.nn, here today. "I he added, "when Can- adian Northern started, we had the going north to the Bay, or last and west. .We chose to go-east .nd west, nnd I think the 'result has nstified our judgment. Bui you nev- r can tell, and the result is uncertain, ndoubtedly there will bo a large fish rade from the north, and mineral de- csits may be found along the.' right- Mvay, as happened in the case of the 'ntario government road, making th IK of incalculable worth. Add to liB that there is bouml to be consid- rable through traffic.'freight, and pas- enger, and the element of risk is ma- Tlaily reduced. But I think that the gilt course is being pustied." Sir Donald belittled the suggestion at so long a line could be electrified rofitably, when traffic would be so canty. Going on to, discuss the siiru- ion at the coast, he said that Port ann would be to Vancouver .what mnscon.il is to Winnipeg, namely, at freight 'would be largely handled ere, nut the company had all along aimed .their passenger terminals for Vancouver. .Port .Mann would he the vitality, (bl replied expressing gladness. those due "to improper food and feed Other witnesses testified as to cor- those 'duo'to unsanitary condi rcspondcnce said'to have passed re: tions.Jd) those" due to coming In con tween; Boyce nnd Mrs. Sliced in re-! wlth one o cent months ami of visits Mrs. Sliced r Vi, n1 rjc com is said to. .hayp received from Hoyce binatloa. and produce a more viruleni at various points in the state. type of disease tKau each could singly; The letters were written tluring the land again, one-'of. these causes may nine months between the arrest, up the'-way for the successfu Mrs.: Sliced alter she and Hoyce had) operation at the other cause. We have oloped. examples of thiBvwhere disease gains n Before the letters were presented Len Boyce, a brother of the dead man, identified the writing. One of the "We. are going 'through lots oi.suf- fering and, precious, anil 1 love'you with an i undying and I will to the 'ijjfe at one long aching, joiil and 1.. do miss, you and long lor you In-comfort-inc.. 'Your boy forever, .Al. Boyce.'-' -r Another reads: "It will be inv pluasu're to' avenge the dcatli and''Vitality and surrounded hy unsan- itary. conditions, .and also where an epidemic breads, oat sndtlenly in flock, being caused in the first place by improper food and feeding and pos- sibly spreading rapidly on account of tho .unsanitary conditions which .yaii: In spite of.all iirecau'tioa's diseases or epidemics are' likely'U break out in .a floclc o.E poultry once in a while, and in such cases steps must he taken tc investigate the cauBe and corfeotive measures applied later on. The gen- of my father. He was" the best 'and i symptoms, pi disease are much noblest 6f men, oi liis beinK! ''ora important to the poultry, keeper in his age when He was Tf most hclnless and leeble, by tlns.kiml [ore wy 6pediflo symptopa appear of a bi-ute is awiul, .1 cannot write that- the necessary steps'should be effective. Fire, per cent, of carbolic acid should be added to it dlsin; fectant. Clean sand or gravel should be put In the house year if .earth floor is used. All litter should be removed as soon as it becomes soiled, damp DI duty, and clear straw or chaff pa In Ihe droppings should be cleared off the boards as often as possible and plenty .of should be used on the boards. Provide clean drinking pans and feed troughs Spray the roosts with mixture of two U r'aC- Ker osene to one part of carfeollo acid every few weeks during the warm aim mer months and also n couple during tho inter ruralguUng th house with sulphur turner h also good piactice, proUdinn' flie walls a dampened before the. fumigation started. The sulphur fumes combto with the water-on the walls' and for sulphur acid, one of the str9ngest acid ive liaie, thus making the fumlgatlo process more effecthc The house should, ot brf'iS ell llghtea 6n entllated, dry aTi'd free from draught Then by giving proper atteiition to th caring for and management of tn poultry tbeie should fie Htt] trouble with disease of .any kind. Thes are briefly the means of preien'in disease, but it is well" to .know th symptoms of some. of the speciuVdls eases, so iu case they do break ou ve have some knou ledge of the lal treatment required. Moat Common Diseases Among all the poultry diseases. ave the three niost common ones are oiip, tuberculosis and black head causes, svmptoma aud cure-, i ny, should be of; special Importance o all out poultry keepeis, since ove 6 per cent of the loss, in both young nd old stock, is due to the ravages o hese diseases. There' are other ai! lents in poultn, as ois rders, which occur mostlj in more. _I love yon with all strength I. possess. I only wish were together to bear our sorrows, t love you, 1 love you, I love you. Goodnight." A letter speaking of the taken to eradicate it. Many of our e poultry diseases are so advanced be- fore nny special symptoms appear, as to make treatment almost useless and unprofitable in a good many cases. But so many the diseases also have second. clopp-int'iit. and oh which the plans ior a j in (he aame place lawyers for Boyce lay s.lys great stress i we mtj Tiie man and Ins wife entered the ocean terminus, and the Vice-Presi- rain after a cycling tour. The wife, dent of the C. N. R. said that at pre- was very tired, leaned her head j sent the project of a line ot steamers Carmangay, Sept. Gottz- shall went to Leon Song's restaurant for supper on Monday and ordered a steak. When it was served, ho com- plained of its being too rare and ask- ed Leon to give it a few more min- linger on for a weeks and waste awaj to a mere skeleton. There is no cine foi this disease Kill and bum anj bhds that SUOA auj signs of this disease Clean and whitewash the henhouse use an abundance of a.ir slaked lime in and niound the buildings eijthmg samtan Feed simi lail> as foi roup and BlacKhead is ra lerj common dis ease in tiirkey? and also in >oung chicks The gerra of this disease lives In the- ground and gains entrance In :o the system hv adhering to the food -The symptoms of this drooping tungs, head Irawu hack into the shoulders, and ooseness of the The head a blulsli black color aftei death postmortem eals arge white sunken or depressed areas m the liver and spleen, aud also swbl- en and distended ca.icd oi appendix ny diseased birds should be killed ;nd binned, as theie has as vet no ;ure been dtsuit ered The Is houlJ bo laised on new ground aftd he old ground sliould be limed and ullivated and cropped. All the feed hould be fed out of trpughs so ar anged that the birds cannot get their eet on the food. Cleanliness 'should ob.cn Gd In feeding "A.part from hesc things theie is no recogmred reatment for blackhead In conclusion we wish to emphasise gain that it rarely pays to doctor irds, as it usually costs more than tiey are worth, besides taking up ime and attention that sliould be iveu to careful consideration of the eneral conditions of the flock and to he adoption of corrective measures hich can be applied to the flock as a hole. Prevention Is the best cure in i ery" case. Strong, vigorous and healthy stock, proper food and sani- tary conditions are the best safe-guard against disease. MR. HAMMOND. LEAVES FERNIE (Special to The Herald.) Kernie, Sept. B. C. Ham- mond, for long a 'resident Ferule, and well known in Southern Alberta; having served in the R. X. M. .P. and in the South. African war, left to- day with his family for Veraon, B.C. where he goes to engage in electrical work. Mr. Hammond and family take with ill-am the best wishes 01" a large circle of friends of long standing. Mr. Hammond has been a resident ot Fer- nie from its beginning, and his famil- iar figure will he missed on our streets. Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin screw steam- ers sailing from Montreal and Glasgow eveiy Saturday carry- ing One Class cabin and Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from St. John, N.B., Dec. 5th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reservo your accommodation now and secure the best, it costs no more. Apply to any railway, stcam- slu'p aficnt or H. E. General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 ;