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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, fiily .3, THE rj DAILY HERALD You can get a Lot 150 loot, 'frontage facing btvcot rail- way track in South Lethbrulge. -WO 3 aiitl 6 nionths. This snap will only be on the market for a few days. F. Clowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY Money to Loan, Fire and Life Insur- ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Revenue Producer JFarm consisting of 160 acres impi'in cd, 11 miles i'rom Ifantoii; irom .Parkland; XVz miles I'rom new C.-K. E. mile from school and church. This land is level, free from is heavy dark loam. 120 acres in oats, in fine condition; 40 acresr to he summer-fallowed. The crop will be worth Price Per'Acre, TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 1058. Office Macdonuld Bulldlni- SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots' on Cross St., (5th Ave. A. K) close to Kindergarten School Price each; One-third cash, balance 4 and S months.' North LetKbridge Realty Co. PHONE 636 Snap for Quick Sale SO acres, part of L. S. D. 12, N B 1 t .JO S 20, w !th, situated only three miles due east of City, at" 5150.00 per. acre, on very easy terms. Apply 203 Farmer Building A. E. M. PAGET Public Accountant v Man. Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA Owing'to the fact that wo a considerable number of clients who were not able to purchase 160 acres, we' have iust pur- chased a large.tract In the Nechaco Valley of which we will sell in 40 acre tracts. Aerei. .Price per acre First Payment Monthly Payment The T.H. Stagg Land Co. Boom 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. s. Upstairs SECURITY iajVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life linurancc Money to Loan Room 12. Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phone 768 Room 207, Templelon Salt Lake City, Raymond Ada Pnone5______.......... GOVERNOR MARSHALL IS WILSON'S RUNNING MATE Closing Scenes at Demo- cratic gates Were Tired out Baltimore, July Wood- Wilson, of New Jersey, was made the presidential nominee of the Dem- ocratic; convention at' tlie afternoon session today, when, on the forty eixth ballot he received HDO votes to S4 -for Champ Clark.. The Missouri delegation, which had remained faith- ful to Clark to the end, then moved that, the nomination be made unani mous. There was a great chorus of approv yal, and the -long fight was over Only four ballots' were today to reach a nomination. When die convention adjourned lasi night, the convention had seemed to be in all but hopeless deadlock. Wilson had "begun to lose ground on the lasi few ballots, and Champ Clark had made a few temporary gains. This encouraged >thc Speaker to rush ov- er to Baltimore from Washington this morning, in the hope of still further turning the tiii-e and rallying his for- ces to.a final stand; When he reached here, however he learned that the Illinois delegation, at an early morning conference, had decided to switch from Clark to son. This meant a change of 58 voles and was us fatal to Clark's chances as it was inspiring-to five Wilson forces. Wilson jumped from iiis final vote of last night to (JOli on the first ballot The figures- told their owo, 's'tory. The Crucial Moment After the forty-fifth ballot, Senator Bankhead, Underwood's manager, as cendecl the platform to withdraw his candidate's name. delegates, wtaric-il by- the long sessions of the past .week, realized all at-once that this 'was indeed [he climax. There was confusion of cheering. leries' caught up the disorder and add- ed to the din. Jlankhead' a long time befo! e he could pi cceftl He had utteied Init a feu nonlb when the meaning remark's; beuamo clear, and there were -frequent1 inter- ruptions of applause :and.noisy .demon strations From 'the moment.! he reached the heavy dragging wheels of the convention machinery ch had .been slowly 'turning ovet; and, ov- er, accomplishing nothing, -.began -Ho an energj that meant suits. Missouri For Old Chsmp Senator Stone released the .Olark delegates but said tliat Missouri would vote for "Old .Champ Clark." Mayor. Fitzgerald, of. with- drew the name .ot. Governor-Foss-and Representative. FlUgerald, of. New York, moved to make Wilson's nomln: ation iihanimous. Missouri insisted- on a ballot.ibut when Wilson got .the necessirj to make the nomination unanimous-. The New Jersey delegates started a demonstration, 'but the delegates were too tired to keep itiup long. As no one had been decided -upon for vice- president, an adjournment., was tak- en to nine p.m. Marshall as Running Mate At the evening session, after two ballots had been cast, .with Governor Marshall, of .Indiana, leading, Gover- r.c: Burke, of Dakota, the d'date had run Ucoml Marshall was tin- aiilrnoiisly .chbaeiir-us Wilson's run- ning mate. On the first ballot, .Marshall got ?.S9 votes.; Burke, 305 Chamberlin, 157; rest scattpnng. On iho second Marshall got Burke, SSTVi, and Chanlbcrlln, IJ'l The convention adjouriu-d at 1.56 a.m., sine die. Wilson's Career -Trenton, N. ..7., July Wilson, who nowrbccomca the Oemo: cratlc party's nominee for president cf the .United .States, was born in 185U, in Virginia, where he was bap Used under the full name of Thomas Wqodrow Wilson. dropped the Thomas about the time that he com- pleted :his- hook, and took his first position-as a teacher.1 Since then he has been ".known simply as -Woodrow Wilson, Mr. Wilson cannot Uke many an of fire seekpi ajtpeal to the faentimcntal ity'of tiie an account of, a self-made man's rise' from poverty His and edu i cated men, prominent in (heir com I GEORGE WOOLLEY dVENSEND OFF POPULAR .MAGRATH MAN--WILL BECOME MISSIONARY FOR HIS CHURCH Magralh, July of tlie great est gatherings of people that 1ms evei assembled In Magrath' attended the farewell program''in "lionor of- ISldei George K Woollej, vvli'ch uas hold in the auditorium of the'public school Sunday evening, and which was one of -the fluent sacred concerts that has over been P. G. Clark was In the chair, and, after the regular preliminary exercises, elucidated the Latter missionary system, Mr. Woolley was about to leave for a mission to the northern states, and the entertainment- held in his honor and for the purpose of. assisting him financially, as tlie Mormon mis siouary pays all his own .expense and receives no recompense while, he is in the Hold. The program was quito'lengthy, hut mnniaes, and, not nrh, were to give young sehol ar a liberal .education. H was-not to- ward that his earhebt ambitions led him in college he resplv'od 'to become a-pub: lie .man. To., that .end he studied law and hung out But his legal practice 'was. not. lucrative, and after.eighteen months-of it, he gave it up, and with years to come, his desire foi office His father, L the Rev. JOK. Ruggles Wilson, mined to Geoigid when the boy .was'two' years 'old, and later preached in various churches in North and South Carolina Young Wilson entered Davidsonicol- lege at.the age-of seventeen. .After tuo jcais he entered Prince-ton, fiom which he was. graduated in 1870. He then studied ttie University of Vuginia, receiving the d-egiee o-c Bacheloi of Lau in lie lecen- ed the degree or-Bacheloi of Phlloso phj fiom Tonn "Hopkins in ISSii that of Doctoi of Law fiom Urmeisih, Caro hna, in 1S87, of. Doctoi of Lueiature from Yale LnneiBitj, at its buientennial celebration PioC Wilson the position of adjunct professoi IUSLOIJ m aCtei aids piotessoi of history and politi cal economj in Weslejan'Unhcrsiti ASSASSINAflON PLOT UNEARTHED CONSPIRACY TO KILL KHEDIVE, KITCHENER AND PASHA SAID London, July speclal'dispatch to the Dailj "Mail from Cano states ilial'tlic British adviser-to .the mlu- islrv oi-thn interior, pro- secutor, and the coinniandarit of the Cairo poltcr cnnfrncd Lord iMlclicnci thib moiriing, and it ib un- derstood that the conicrencc Avas con- nrctrd with the alleged dibtoyju of A tnnspuacs to abbabbinate Mohammed i Said, pitstdent of thr Lounul, L'ortkKitchener, and the- Khedive, the numbers were ail excellently re., deied and mot-t pleasing Dur 'trig, the program a -collection was 'taken, about forty dollars being con- j trlbirted. The' program rendered was as follows Duet, the Misses Woollej, imisionaij experiences, by a lately ic turned missionary, James McLean; ladies' niiiiitettf1, Mis Lamb, Myrtle Miss Grace .Wool- lej and Miss In.i rinKijson, select reading, Ernest Berihison; recitation, Mr. Pope; trio, Messrs. C. W. Stoddard and Winn Woolley, address, Bishop Harker; mixed quar- tette, "Some Blessed and Miss Finla'yson, 3VIr. Mr. Gibb; vocal solo, Mi- William ,Vaughn. Mr. Lynn Gibb, the well-known-Ma- grath to have rendered two .solos, but illness'prevented him from doing- so. :He sent 'his regrets at not being in a position tp appear. At the conclusion program Mr. Woolley spoke briefly..but'feelingly, expressing his gratitude, to the, people for the snlc-ndid -ovation given in his houbrj and hoped that lie would do honor to his church and credit to the community. Among the Magiath usitors to Raj mbhd'-'on Saturday for the priesthood meeting of the Tajloi stake the following: .Bishop. Harker, A. Mercer, J B Riue, John P fienmgei Si Ht- lum Tayloi, Waltei Ackiojd, W Wood- 'ruff, C W Stoddaid, 0. A Wqolley, JJamcs McLean, T L Finlajson Mis Watson, Mrs Jensen, Mrs B T, Jpnsen Mrs Alston, Mrs Meicct, Jlrs Tomlinson, Mrs Toom ei This "Wednesda} a meeting of the latepajeis of the town of Ma giath be held m the school house, imdei the direction of the school board foi the purpose of dd using the abol islnng of the high school department of the public school matter has been undci) adn-emcnt for several years, and the" results of the meeting will assure their in [his legaid it is urgently icqucst ed that ratepayer be lu attend ance. Mr. Beasley" Scott'of the Magrath school staff, left on Monday for Calgary where they will 'go into camp foi the MV and will take mihlarj training undei a of experts with a qualifying them- selves for. the tniinins.'of the school boy cadet corps. James Evans left recently for Bur ley, Idaho, to join her husband, and will make their''home there. -Before leading a partj uj the NOTABLES AT BEPUBL1CAX CONVENTION AT CHICAGO Third Avenue Business 3 lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY lioal Estate Financial Brokers i PHONE NOS 1183, 1210. 1007. DOMINION BtOCK, The H. MACBETH AGENCY -LOANS, FIRE-INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE "An Old Established Vlrm of Good Repute." Fire Insurance Money to Loan A Few tots in Parkclalc FOR EACH The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1 FOR SALE Car of choice OATS for immediate delivery O. T LATHROP Farm Land. Stafford Block Firmt Loini For Quick Sale Choice hulfsection, 3 mllei from Weyburn line, per acre. J Cash, balance arranged on easy i j Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. t i; 1 'lO Sherlock 7jV. D. L.-KIMBALL, Minajer HERE! cornel lotsi 7th Aie S6uth, SNAP cash, bal- ance 6 and 12 Lot 13, flood terms t rully raodera 'house, kept grounds, 9th, St, 3. I SNAP at J4700 Good "ternM, r i MJ L S. Ripley Company friends of Mrs the was the recipient of maqf toTcenEfof esteem The lhans family is onerof the old time families, of Magrath, tcom( ng here from Utah in the early dajs of thr Then manj friends will souy to heai of their departura from the community i t lames SHeey justice ,of the peace, left Mondnj morning for Idaho, wheje he "ill usit his farm in the uclimy1 of Idaho Falls Mi Stacej has a splendid faim there wblr-h fpui chased several years IB not likely that he will his iantily to Idaho notwithstanding the reports to the contrary. Mi Pope whd has been working on, a raihwi at High returned to afs homo in Magrath last wpek On Mi Pope delivered, a powjet- Cul sermon at the service.held in th-e Ltcinoon at the Church of Jeaus Christ of Latter Day Saints: Wlnii Wooliej leit Monday tor Salt Lake Citj, nhere he will be set apart for a mission to the nbithern slates He will the earh pait of Aug- ust foi his field, and will be awij for about two years On account of the stormy NEW PROVINCIAL HEALTH OFFICER Edmonton, July Will: iilin Laidlaw of Huxley is re- ported as Jiaving been appoint- ed piovlniilal health olllcer to [111 Iho lett the ic- slgndtloii of !5r L J3. In- ing. Dr. some' lime on the staff iisylum lii Ontario. Since com- ing lo this province he has practised medicine for year at Diilshnry and Hu.vley. He is understood to have received !hu rccommeiHlation of the medical society of Hie prov- ince. the llagrath team did not go to _pafd_- i1 ston to play the schedule game 'or Dominion Dai. A i later for the game. 1 j STAGE YIELDS TO Qu'Vppelle, July TUe'i stage line Qu'Appelle the Fort uhlch has been runoing for the past thirty 3 ears daily Sundays earning His Majesty s mall, is on Its last trip, todnv Alter this date mail for Fort Qu'Appelle carried the G'T. P railwas The chlloren of the public school their automobile ride thla morning to the delight of the smaller ones Worth Buying 4 loom house nit Miitcr and two lots no in Westminster Road, Xoith W.ii'd (close price bii) s (j room fully modern house. 71 h S. Terms; price bins 2 loU, Bioek KJ Temis: priLe HOUSES TO RENT TO The Dowsley Mulbero Land Co. SiherlockBldg. TthStrert ;