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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TV. Alta.. 1'riday, Kcphiiubcr Number 244 FAIR SETTER THAN EVER Cardston's Fall Exhibition Was a Decided Success Canlslon. Scut. Cardaton jViBoclitlloii can record tinutlier liig aacccss in tlio aSnris for prints iliirhiE li'll. The entries v.Bie tire Jargest cvw and the vise. Tlis arrangoinculs can IK Improved more permanency for site and POLICE MAGISTRATE AT.CALGARY It IK reporter In well liirorin- ed circles that Col. SannderK of Ilia It. N'. II. P.. will ho appointed police magistrate ut Calgary. LEGISLATION REGARDING CITIES York-ton, Sask., Sept. in- ish government. Only :i lew hours will elapse before Turkey must make her reply. A late despatch from Constantinople gives I ho report that Turkey has rejected the Italian de- mands-. Despatches from Hoinr indi- Mnys i-.; decided upon. Ay it was I cresting discussion of an important caii! '.hat .sut-li an answer would not Therefore Italy is iiite WARSHIPS ARE BEFORE TRIPOLI, TURKEY HAS ITALY'S ULTIMATUM Situation on the Mediterranean: Extremely Critical--Italy Pushing Its Demands Tnrkey Maltes Another Appeal to the Powers Italians Will Have Difficult Task in Tripoli-Turks Propose Boycott London, 'Sept. warships parts of Hie anil Cy-jTripoli situation. The Morning Post, are before Tripoli and Italy's ulti- (however, bitterly attacks Italy's ac- matuni is in the hands of the Turk- "This Uansfonnatiun whic-IMs which it, calls "Kobber-rpc-a- posc.I by fioneral exigencies of ]t says a land where there was a much better arrange i resolution marked the closing session hi; asurpnsi of, tho diirerent. classes than J0j the L'nion of .Saskatchewan lUuni- Jiist year and belter eaite bcKtowetl unoii exhibits, so that tin or the are dEyorvinj; of ng preparation.'! all along the stowed jcipalUies cunvention here last night. to despatch warships and troops to officers j Dorr, Kegina, introduc- that portion of tlie Turkish empire rr-Miip -I ii c.i'.'nii lor 'J.-air excellent speciincns shown. The Porchcrons were strong, ('ed resolutions thai councillors lover which she now demands a pro- are (iirc.clors or agents for companies iectoralc-. That- the situation in Tri- unn n ijiu tin I [ire Bros, having some of or concems business with the j [mli is critical is evidenced by the also Pilling liros and 3vins anil O.nce. town or city .should he disqualified fuel that must of tin.1 Italian resi- from occupying a place on municipal dents and many of the K-nropeiins I "'Tho Clydes were strong also, but hoards, hut lost out. The following'have tai'en a hasty departure. The, J'oi. so numerous as In other years. new resolutions from, the cities com-jTurldsh authorities in Tripo'i have A fine Hiring of Helgians weiva viet- tniltce to he forwarded lo Legislature so far maintained onh'r, but there is ora for Piiliug Bros. The best saiSdte hoi-.Ve on grounds was shown by Sol Lo tho 0. 1C. barn. Tiie cattle were in charge of 3. O. :A tutors on and they were stronger adopted: Tlu'ii be giv- u visrituhlu panic among the forcign- en miinicMpnlitifS to ''expend limited crs, who have elected to rumain or ot" I amount or money for encouragement, have bei'ii unable-to find a way out ol pood roads adjacent to the same. of Iheeoimlry. Tlin Italian govern- j aftcrnoon pftjjers for ilia n the Cities Act be amended, is backet! by tlit! of rcfrajn rroin On izatitm constitutes for Italy vital in- terest 'of the first order hv reason of there ai'e still thousands of cave- dwellers, and the majority of inhabi- BIG ROBBERY AT HAMILTON Hamilton, Out., Sept. The local ofllcoa of the Gun- 'I1 uclian ISxpresK Company wore robbed oi1 flfi.OUdr in cash last night. the slight distnnce scparatins these aNt 5et illiterate occupying the iowe-it rjink of culture ami tilled withj superstition, tries to undertake this robber escapade on the grounds of disorder and neglect." countries from'.the coasts of Italy. Notwithstanding the attitude taken by government of Italy which has always, accorded, its Iuya.1 support to (he Imperial Govcrnnu'nt in different political questions of recent times, and notwithstanding the moderation and jatience sliown ifs views concern- ing Tripoli have hern badly received by tiie Imperial Government, but more than that, all enterprise on the Uie pur t of "Italia in regions mentioned tirom (lermany as completely in as she Coald for fear Germany might do hiudi-r Her'action. (ienaanv is still trvh.g, evert tlmt the face of accomplished facts, to do slrel wm'1; wl" Ille cclncllt systmatically opposed and unjustifiably crushed." In the note Italy announces her intention io oc- cupy Tripoli and Tyrone. it (fptioir.ii connnis-j C'at' country, hul tiie British press he elected a vote of scvcrelj iirraiirncd Italy lor u-liat errs or appointed hy the conn- it terms "Precipitate Ger- jmaiiy, wliioli has been interceding in provision lie made for: the an-' heliaif of Turkey for a peaceful set- limn ever before in the dairy breeds. The .Icrsej's predominated with Ayr- j sioner.' Bhiros next. Among the prlza win- j ''iitfi'ii; nera in these, A. W. Pitcher took ten i oil. Jirlzss with his recxmt I Tliat from .tho herd of the Hull iwople. A'pointine of trustees to administer the i l.leincnt, lias so far failed lo make fine hunch of Hercfords veto shown jsjnkins; funds of cities. j progress iiml some oi the Clerman pa- Thaf cities he power lo are hitter in tiieir dentniciation talih'sh hospilal iioards and fair 'taly'.i methods. I.alcst desiiatch- :us ll" 'iMcrnative to town i i15 niakc no mention of tllc landing.oi of .Mat-rath and Raymond, "clii'rylng i jHalian troops which Turkish orficiais R goodly number of prizes. Arthur j of salaries to i declare would be accepted as the lie-- Pwrey and Wm. Dlaekmore were thejl10''00 magistrates in cities he allow- 'fiimu'ns of hostilities. The Turkish Jocai tjikintt most so as to government's Derna which yesterday enter-' 3... B. Young and Frank T.h-a poultry iii charge. Eldridije Bros. The poultry exhibit was good grain oxhlblts Crown had contributions thereto. Jed Tripoli harhor and landed man anil Thai legislation be passed for UK; ions, is said to he one _6I s were behind on notification to cliy. or-- town of: sale 'a mimlicr of transports account of the, weather retarding n( estate under go long. .I. A. Hammer and [Sale S. Jl. WMilf had charge. In gVasses I "h.i'-. and clover Air. Perrey I llu'u Iriluor llmisl: acl amended way again to Ihe fore, also J. P. Low. Sonic ex- cellent alfalfa was shown. The field roots and vegetables especially strong this year. Mr. Kirie warn among the largest exhibitors and U. J. Wood Jiad a fino and numerous Jirizes to his credit. Fruits and flowers in charjvo of Mr. J''rank Leavitt did not show np so "wBll as last year, hut we can only blame the weather man. The fine ari-3 were better housed this year and: Mr. and of that port.. Turkish stcamprs 'with nrnis and aininanition are to arrive at Tripoli at any to j-rovide ior increase in mmmvnun iinomcnt. accommodation required for hotels before liccnves are Rraiiled and that' no licenses be granted in cities in purely residential sections. Appeal for Intervention Constantinople, Scpb. ing to a local agency the Turkish has decided to appeal to 'Wer be siven municipalities j the loyalty and good feeling.of Italy, lands within-the city to reject the demands That power be p acquire I irics foi industrial purposes. i occupation of .Tripoli. At the Thai the public health act he! same lime the government will aU-S' amended to enable (lie board of health j dress notes to the 0rent- to enforce regulations governing a Powers; German Attack Jk-rliii, .Sept. leading morn- Mi: newspapers following the lead of most part, refrain from comment-ing on the strongly .c newspapers government's action in issuing a statement from! the foreign office clcnving that tllc 1 is hcir.g supplied by European governments had received .a UridSc aml lro" Works, and is being A CREAMERY FOE 1AGRATH n TV7- I Ut-'uiiiui.-ii rroposition Meets With wiii circular from Italy. Army Going to the Scene Rome, Sept. is understood that the expeditionary corps will j leave Sunday It consists of men and will embark simultaneously jt ,n place wiUl tllo on fifty transports at Genoa, horn, Civita, Vccelua, Naples- and with the completion olUhc hridgc a Mes-.ina concentrating at, Agosta, and j avonul, ,or tran-lc-wlll ho opened it is affirmed that Ihe King will be Korth. a" necessity presenl at. the departure of the prin- MINES GOING AT SEVERAL POINTS Blairmore Review of Strike Situation in the Pass Blairmore, Sept. Enter-, prise today says: H is nearly six months since tire miners of District 18, or United 'Mine Workers of Am- rica went out on strike, and groat- activity which once prevailed at some of the mining camps in this district has boconve dormant. A rfr. sumption of work at the numerous coal mines and the progresslveneas which was once so vividly evident throughout the Pass are anxiously hoped for. While many of thy mines are closed and business those towns is somewhat paralyzed, some of the towns are booming and.the strike hag uot more than slightly affected th'em. At Blairmore there are" of forty men working at the mines and the daily output-of coal IB con- siderably over a hundred tons. The management report that tlrey can gfct all the help required and that every cement work is finished by the con- aay there are applications for worjc tractors, .Turner and Walker, and from experienced miners. The nura- from appearances the C. K. will RUSHWORKON OVERHEAD BRIDGE With the completion of the Ninth has kept Si- overhead bridge many changes dark I wil1 tilkc iu tlie lronli of Ual" 1'e structure is pro- is finished, and already the C. P. It. bridge and building department have men in the city ready to go 1 ahead with the steel. The iron work Hie Manitoba assembled in Winnipeg so far as pos- sible before being shipped. However, it is (.'tfpculed to arrive before the which is growing greater every day., cipal detachment, A battleship with oU, Galt' ion consisting of the Sardugan, Si- j slrcC5 crossing, which has al- ways been a source of daagur, and in place of the latter there will be easy cilia, Much F'ayor in That Town (Special'to the .Aiagrath, Sept. Com- missioner Gray IIHS been an official j rto and Carlo Alberto, IP transports and pro- jtect the-landing'Ot troops during the process iii occupation. Two divisions composed of the KencdoUo I3rin, Em- annei, the armored cruiser San Ahircp aar. Amalfi, the torpedo cruis- er' Agorihit' and two flotillas of tie- nThe st! "c slrnyers cpir.maiuU'ii by Admiral Au- vlsitor in the Magnith. district forjbrey, will make1 a" naval dcmonstra- crcrowrtins of dwellings and penalizelion. Wrs. Van Brown had. their skill frora town coin- ed to space for all the ladles' mil Ires by President-elect work nd the art exhibits shown. LiMtiberg, uere adopted. The musical festival held on ;uilty of infractions. Re vis-1 >wn Bee, evenings of tile 26 th and 27 th was ;i most -enjoyable part of the fair and drew big audiences 'earn nifrlv'.. Of Winnfpeg, Sept. That the Can- we speak in (mother letter, Indian Northern railroad to Athabasca C. N. R. LINE TO ATHABASCA LANDING !sh appeal for' interveri-jen No Easy Task 'f, Sepl diplomat acquainted with if Turkcv (Uicidcs to some time past looking Into the mat- ter of oC a gov- ernment creamery here, and aceorcl- ng to information gleriiied by your representative (be scheme promises to in the building of a plant, if :he._report of tho commissioner is act- ed upon favorably by tlie department. Gray lias consulted with num- erous farmers and stock- men of tlio district who are all extremely de- igbted with the prospects of a cream- ery being erected and controlled -by he provincial government. The farm- ave' lous foil, the necessity of a 'creamery and have been anxious that one tie established either by private capital or by tiie government, declares that preferred. At last their dc- Italv as it would inater- aliv.e. If the creamery is established lion oc- cupying several-Turkic-ports if the between 'tlie- city and the Young, Tnilcs .declare boycott against Italy. The battleships Sili- Another change which is-expected cia and Roumhcrto will eventually be to soon NTillU, st sent along the coast oi Asia Minor [s for traffic has been to protect: the Italian residents. The' to the city, and be intimated: that will means have easv task. creamery ,s tnere is no doubL but what it would inpoli which ,s mapped, does bg on ft DoU, cruisers Marco Polo, and Carlo .Alber- to will so to protect the Italian pos- sessions in the Rod second squadron, if 'necessary, will give bat- tle to Ottoman fleet, forcing it the sea oi Marmora, where it will be company would move the sheds to a location across the yards on Constantinople, Sept. 28. norlh m- lhc lnicki newspapers suggest thai, all Otto-; incm so to to man subjects refuse to pay their .overhead l.ndgo. This will be a wcl- dchU to Italians in the event change, as at present they form Italian occupation of Tripoli. Thej., very hachgronnd'fbr her at the Blairmore mine of the Canadian Collieries will In- creased as soon as1 sufficient- accom- modations have 'been provided. At Frank there are several minort working and considerable coal is be- ing mined. More men .will be added in the n-aar future and tho dally put- put, will be greatly At th-e Davenport Company's at Burmis 'there are forty men :Worlc- ing and the daily output of access to the traffic bridge over, the j that camp IB over one hundred tons. The. mines at Passb.urg and. Police! which are owned iby Collieries, are working full a winy. Th-ere are at present one hundred and twenty-five nwn working at these'; mines and they arc shipping'between two hundred and three In an we-bad .with Mr. Hamilton, the general manager'of Cbl-. the general manager ei- presa-s-d himself as- being highly pleased with the! present condition of things and he..told us that he cori- 'sld'ered the strike about-at ah end. Mr. -Hamilton --stated that he. could gvet men required, that more i miners would be taken on shortly, and tlmt the outlook for-the Was very promising. new road, which has recently: been finished. This road is now being used .extensively teamsters, anil is said to be a great improvement; on however, cannot be closed' until overhead "-completed, this being one of the'sUpulatious'of- hinted at by officials of the and Dial is the removal of the freight sheds and ice house from their pres- ent location. 'This matter "was men- tioned by Sup 1: Price on his last; vis- not possess roads or fortifications, ife is true, and her people are only (Contimicd on page 5.) aancline; will be n? wil1' ohsolclc bllt- says the November was the announcement made this morning at the local offi- ces of 'ili-e railway company. The company expects to run a regular [jasE-ciisc'r service this winter, to .the Landing and height .will he haudlcd as soon as the road is in running shape. BEAVERS SHUT OFF IHE'POWER N Peculiar Predicament of the People of North Bay North Bay, Out., Sept. firity of -heavers has cut. this iilnce off from elccKrie light and (power. The dynamo sUitiou of South Rivur, Llio electricity or thin place is go-iierateil by wnter yowor, had to be Blnit down bcciniso up tho river beavars I jliavo constructed so many dams HS follow's: nil the water is held back. prc- received tlicument is nwulc still more emhuras- fiiug heciUiSQ tho statutes forbid in- terference with the beavers, and the electric light company ia helpless, un- less, special permission is givon by tho MISSIONARIES ARE QUITE SAFE Toronto, Out, Sept. 1ms been received by the.-Methodist Mis- sion Board slating that all the mis- sionaries aro safe at Olit-ng Tu, (.he centre of tlio Chinese upheaval. .The government to destroy the tlauis, the pe-'.ver iiuiusti-io affected. beaver GETS SEVEN YEARS ON ARSON CHARGE Winnipeg, E-apU Mnll, conviciccl yesterday, of flcttlng flra to ii north rml stable, was loday sen- ten end to i.vrv.a sftvcn years in Sluny f111- lOrnt-st Kellniiiyor v-'ns Hcnienred to years' for i.hefl from the Royal Alexandra, Hotel. SELL KEELEY MINE Toroiiln, Koeley inino.will Itc sold for tho boneftt of the' Futuiyi-s' Ujmk creditors. Cheng Tu. Well 'and safe. There have beon serious disturbances in coun- try. The following have arrived at Chung King: Dr. Cox, llev. .T. W. Hen- derson, Kcv. A. E, S. Tengloy, Mr. Mfndcrlmll, Rev. ,1. W. Snarling, Ttev. Nr. C. Wnlfprd and the Misses SiderKIn, Swnnn and .Smith. MINISTER OF LABOR TO TAKE REST Ucrlfn. Out., W. L. diplomat, the whole fanatical popula- (I rise against invaders. Tic opinion that' tlie Turks. relive lo Ihe mountains and arm thr Arabs and would then a warfare which would prove costly holh in lives and material to Ilalkuis, and could kept up for an imipfuiife time. Consulting With Germany Constantinople, -Sept. Cab- inet Council is stiil .sitting ;iC ".no for tho fiivniei's am! tho government. The JItigralh district is wonderfully adajircd to dairying. Although this branch of ngricnKurc has been some- what neglected in the past for tho rea- KOU boi'ore mentionecl. Many of the able hi vestment, and iiro iinitorting cattle from Ontario quite extensively. Several first class herds aro already in the district, and according lo the iiiithoi ities have prohihiLcd mccl-injrs of protest thrcaicnint; nttitndo of Italy ;il ;it Stainiioiil. The Tallin's m ilcti. public I (-rtit park. Tlm was mention- tie against thcjftd at last night's meeting of the jn g-! of and it seems to be n rr article totfav savs change impression that the he made nevfc year, im- The mines at HIH- crest, licllevue and Mapte an not working on such a large scale u those to in of tlvem-'oro. doing practically noth- ing, while others are nininf Hitle coal and making the prospects far old activity, the loud, cheerful mtne whte- es, the Uirong of busy mlnen go- jr to and from their work, plean- bcjant homes and happy famtltot are he TripoHan question brings upon mt-iluUely after the Ninth' St. over- Tapis the wliote. question of relations I hetut-t'ii Christianity and Islam. The J jowitn j owners, they are thriving. I creamery is built oliburs IS the t make importations of tho sUimlird I breeds, and in this way :i splendid j (ion, right hs "yet.'although Italy is pre-j parinj; to occupy Turkish territory on that Germany and France, have taken away ihe independence of Morocco'' Such" conduct is in vio- of llie principles of interna- iiuipjinity, and H is evident that there I'alnrc. The Chief of the, JauWb foundation .will ho made for n mixed jn TroaUcs arc mor_ and the Minister went to the dlstnct' W1" ally in.stnimcnis of deception whicli German ut' the u K mi-assy durinc; the vpiiing to consult with scbonie ia being encouraged by Ambassador. N'o communication, i ;i.s irnss. he yet licpn issued to the jt public, in military is iiiinnimotis for iTSislin? Italy at con1 IT hi the Agriciiltura! .Society a'nd tlio who see in it a new industry Jill costs. Italy's Note Sept. nolf addressed hy the Foreign Office lo the Italian ,'haiLM; Affaires at Constiinliiiyplu recently jstinimptorily fixed hours ns the pnriod with- in uhidi the Turk ish government reply to thr dwnands theruin set inrtli. Tin- Italian ministci; of AlTairs Marquis 1'li Sflnguil- ;iiic has addressed to the Italian liirijc Affaires at Constantiiinplc of inviihiiihlo vvoii'h to tho community, llagraih is hoing looked upon as a i profitable place for investment and are destrovrd an advantage is to He crained thereby. "The Italian aggression is really jllin oiitrome animosiiy ,m the part is ready for use., ,-ing Mi is change then: is a possi- to ti'.e present location oc- 'ied by the freiRht sheds, this hc- another suggestion thrown. out hy flic oflieials of tho company when in -lie n short time ago. SfRIKE ORDER IS NOT ISSUED 'i Christffiniiy toivanl.s Lslain.'1 The its former belief 13a veil port, Iowa, Sept. TUie strike order for the Hiirriimin lines r -apparently will not be issued this' this ia but Ho beginning of now I Germany's adds thai, Tho Interunlicnml Aesoclu- era of improvements nnd Drogrcsa WIG liistory of tins town. LIBERAL CONVENTION llaokMiuio King has no definite plans 111 Miirtino il notu' for tllc fntnro. On his return I roin Ottawa ho will ho lendored a j I by tho local Reform association, af-ior I which he will fako a much nwded OI "llVcr eease" t0 resl nialii! lo Itie Porte" _______________I upon the absolute necessity of EARTHQUAKE AT VICTORIA irtfcting tin- sliitc of disordi-i to which Victoria, sligh-; oartli- )'ni' of Tnrkny had niiiike- Hhocl; wjw felt here at (i.50 jcloiusl TripnJi o'eloek tonight hut. no damage was should ix> admitted to the hone- tits of prugrofs realized othec The Liberals of the city of Letlibrldge provincial constit- uency. which Includes the yil- lage of Staffordville, will meet in convention on Saturday evening, Sept. 30, at 8.30 o'clock in the Liberal commit- tee rooms In the Oliver block, Fifth street. All Liberals are urged to as the candi- date to contest bye-etection for the local house will be se- Icctcd at the convention. S. J. SHEPHERD, President Lethbridge Lib. era) Association. ft "it is thai Turkey has no lion of Machinists having oonvcneil In flicncls in inn enilonvor to close up Its buainess A Hard Task him] iidjourn evening. London, Sept. I'rof. Hicluinl ''rns- is director v No i.l, Al nca who presiding session sfatod at fJ o'clock Association Cymie, ord'r yel bco" Is' the ;over to mattorB oociipr tic nt- of tllc llnly forUiwilli. in an inlcivmw Us ndjournment. This tliiil. the Italians will have dilliciilt Itornoon or evening, bowcvor, a dofln- Insk in llie occupation of Tripoli, riliio strike order may he issued will he practically impossihle thorn io Kinzn anything lipyoiul (MSI. towns llio lioinlianlnnMil which will iln no Rroat harm as I aro composed of lints. Thorp arc lo file interior ami verv DETECTIVE ARRESTED gina, sept. K. Hollon, of Sask., acffuHfed of ,ir- walcr, iind it would he almost impos- silile for tiie Italian Iroops to ad- vance into the country against an enemy accustomed to Ihe country. son and Uotectivo Crispin who mndi liUli; j llie case iiBailiCT. him, lias been ar- 'I'hcre are thousands of Arabs, horn fighters, itaid Prof. Norton, ready to rested for perjury. SHOPMEN TO STRIKE Chicago, Sept.. ahopmen on tlie llarriman lines will probably So out on strlkfl for recognition of j their lubor au'oociatlouj becoming brighter all through district. OFFICIAL COUNT DELAYEH WEEK Ballot Boxes from North of Red Deer Not in Yet Medicine Hat, Sept. ciiil count of Hie Imllots voted !B: she election on September. 21, will not ba counted today. Returning Officer Driggs announced this morning: that lie would postpone the count for week. There aro ahollt 40 'boxes frem tht Red Deer District which have net liecu received ar. yet, so s imiiossible. It seems evident that the mttter ot Is to be dealt the new government Boon. A message received in the city terday'from Ottawa asked about the ,'otors list of the constituency and t will likely bo sent to Ottawn wittl- n the next, month. SENATOR OF NEBRASKA DEAD New York, Sept. was re- ceived at Ihe olllces of the White Star Line tonight of Ihe death of for- mer U. S. Senator Frederick JIamter- ion of Omaha, Nebraska, on board, :he stentrier Godrid which sailed from Liverpool todiiy. General Alandergon went abroad early in ttro guuimar for his health, ;