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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 8- T'HE .DAILY .HERALD The Reason Why You put into every article you experience, knowledge and skill. We have put. into Alberta's Best Baking. Powder our supremest If you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, you will order'Alberta's Best every time, because it is always uniformly excellent, and invariably certain in results. ONE MAN SEEMED TO BLAME OTHER THE AUDACITY OF THE CHUMPS WR. ROBLIN SAYS TEMPERANCE MONIES ARE DESIGNED TO 'WRECK HIS GOVERNMENT f Mifttni, Man., July Redmond jRotyin indicated, tonight in the clear- est way his intention of remaining in tbe artna. of provincial politics. services us a public man in he declared, "will last so Jong as and no longor than the people of ;tho constituency of Dufferin U'e -willing to give me their support. !f the people of Manitoba desire me-to retire, all they need, do is to persu'i-ic of'Miami and the surround- ing country to vote against me." The foregoing announcement T.VCS inade at an open air meeting held for the purpose ot congratulating Sir Rort- iDOnd on .his recently conferred knight hood. Besides expressing his future, inten- tion iu this way, the Premier briefly discussed the political situation, en- larging upon the settlement -of the boundary question and regarding hie condition of the province in all nihe respects, he used only one word saying that this.applted both to the elevators and the tele- phones The Premier attacked the formation of organizations seeking the abolition of, the bar, and declared that these >'cre 'being formed only -with the hop'o of destroying the Roblin government. Other speakers at the open air meat 3ng were W. H. Sharpe. M.P., of Lis- gar; ColvSam Sharpe, JM.P., of North Ontario; -H. E. Rohison, of Carman, Dr. .W. H. Montague, and J. A. 31. Aikins. M.P. All the speeches highly laua atory of the Premier. The chief fea lure of Mr Alkins' address nas .m out spoken declaration in favor of com- pulsory military training IS A TOURNAMENT AND NOT A WAR FRACAS PRETTY MLJCH A BATTLE OF DiPLO MATIC WITS Home, July attention i 110w 'b-eing paid by the Italians to th course of events In Albania. The there may .easily spread into Macedonia, and make Italian interren ion. unavoidable Though Italy ,has absolutely no de- igns upon the Balkan peninsula, she more than any other power, anx- ious to see the status quo maintained. Signor Blssolati, leader of the right wing of the Socialist party, favors in- tervention by Jtaly, in the Albanian agitation, in order to embarrass Turk- ey still further. In the Messagero, he is urging this line of policy upon th Italian government, There is, however, not much like! hood that the cabinet will follow sue! counsels.. Italy has no hand in the unrest, and would do everything pos sible io appease it. In fact, it is pos itively stated that although Alban inn revolt might prove instrumental in forcing the Porte to move for peace the Italian'.government desires sin cerely to see the revolt en-ded. This detail is only another peculiarity of th Turco-Italian conflict, which is now less a war than a diplomatic tourna uient. INVESTIGATING: THE CAUSE OF SINKING GOVERNMENT SHIP IN WELLAND CANAL; St. Catharines, Ont., July cause of the pinking of Ihe mem survey in Wo.laml Ca tin was'inquired in- to today by Cnjjtiuii Liinisity, of Ot- tawa, commissioner for the Dupurt- uu'iit' of Marine and Captain Brown; in cb'iirge of the j vessel, told the court that us 'ihc ves j so! proceeded toward lock number 22 j he gave the order for half speed, an that as Jie entered the lock, tele- phoned to the engineer for full astern The vessel, however, shot-, forward more rapidly, and smashed into the gales, opening them six inches. The cup tain said that in Ioq'.v one, Thomas Richmond, the deck hand, who had charge of the snubbing; rope, which refused to hold, had been careless in his dnues. ami had been warned. If he had held on to the.rope at lock 22, and put it around the timber heads, the boat would not have struck the ;aies. .-I Richmond swore' that the vessel vns going too fast to put the rope iround the timber heads twice. He held to the rope until the hoise fright- ened -by an automobile, J. D. AHIUken real estate agent, was thrown from husgj toda.v at Port Aiberni, sustain ing fatal, injuries MORE ABOUT' Advertising AND Results "Through our ad in the Herald on Sat- urday we sold 4 doz. 3crecn doors and as many windows'.'1 We advertised refrigera- tors fairly strong at the beginning of the season and sold -13. All our advertising in the Herald -pays, but we have, after a fair trial, found that the best results are gained by running an ad. daily In pref- erence, to a larger space twice a week. The people of Lothbrldge and district read and res pond to advertising." Arthur Hayr, Mgr. Hayr Hardwaro.Co. THESE ARE FACTS AND SIMPLY PROVE THAT irom the tact, fhat there entire streets have I een piacucallr wiped out aril t.vo others havD been severelv ,1am- ogeil, the mhsuirants being scattered all over the rest of the Tents will possibh have to be util- ised lor polling booths in the subdi visions in the ilevaitatert area and hoth partir-s will have to get along as best HILV can REASURY-iuOFFICIAL. RESISNC AND SENDS TAFT HOT ROAST j OFjCQLLEAGUE Washington, July Platt An -en- today tendered his resignation as assistant, sec tary of the treasury. In a spirited letter to the President. Mr. Andrews writes Bof 'conditions m the treasuiy department which are Alleged to due to the attitude of SecreUiv Veagh.towaid manj of his subordin- ates. Assistant. Secretary Andrews' letter of resignation charges that sub- ordinates iu the treasury department 'have been hampered and discourse ed at elen turn by Setretaiv lie Aeagh's idiocj newsies and 'its incap- acity for decision." It contains scathing arraignment of Secretary SicVeagh's administration of the ci ernment affairs, and created a found sensation in official circles FOUR HUNDRED SAFELY-MOVED FIRE DESTROYED HOSPITAL AT NEW YORK-NO PANIC AMONG THE PATIENTS 0 eatin lorl, July 1 -While fire wai its vvav ,dov n from the top 01 the Pathological institute, a hospital and building on Wjid'b Island in Ilia East river late night, over, 100 ivomen, palientb vvrre safely removed from the struc- ture Evcellcnt discipline was mam lamed, tactiul ivort bv the Institute aulhontios preventing any sign Oi a panic and no onn injured The Ihrei? slorcv brick building AV as com- pletely dcstroved It contained a valuable Iibran oi medical worts apd quantities of surgical instruments and the loss is hc.uv The more than 000 other patients in various hospi- on the island were lept from Harm by assurances that the fire was a slight one MANY ASPIRANTS FOR SIME'S SEAT WILL BE'.ryo DEARTH OF CONSER- VATIVE CANDIDATES FO! COMING BYE-EtECT'lON Carman, July is consider able stir In Conservative ranks in the constituency of Mactlonaid, .and indi- cations point to the fact that reijlng upon a possible acclimation there will be a surfeit of aspirants to fillll mentarv honors V number of names been men tioned recently and delegations ale busy waiting on their favored seleo tions for the position vacated bv W. D Staples One of the most popular guesses is: Sanfori) Evans, ex mayoi of Winnipeg, but Jh Evans himself, when interviewed on the Ject, said: "There Is nothing in it." Another name frequently mention ert is that 'of I. P. Brooks, the well- known Winnipeg laVyer, 'who besides being persona grata to the Conserva- tives in east and central Maodonald, happens to be a vwell liked Oarman ASKED PELLETIER FOR PARCEL POST SYSTEM [Department Replied Tha Proposal in Under Consideration The recently foimed Albetta Fe eration qf Labo] has alreadj begu ind is bombarding the govern ments for desired reforms Recent! the secretaij, Leo T English, lo warded A lesolution to Hon L P Pelletier, asking for a'parcel sen ice and has received a jeplj stating tha the department has the question un consideration. The letters which passed "ere as follows Lethbi June 22, 191 Hon Jj P Pelletier, Pqntmaster .General, Ottawa, Canada Dear Sir beg to bring to your MR. COCHRANE AS A PROPHET MINISTER OF RAILWAYS SAYS .THERE ,WON'T BE GRAIN BLOCKADE THIS .YEAR Winnipeg, July1 1 Hon Frank Cochrane is here on his ivav to Hud- son's llav i "H is ne-said, of railway facilities, "thai anj block- ot Carman, yet another ,a aile such as occurred last vcar will (to be looking for nomination Slr J' J Thomp.on Telli How to do happen this railways Finally Aime Benard is reported 'to London, .July J 7 Thomp having ocen making a deleiimncd haie announced that no matter what sou suggests that artificial thundo fort to avoid an} such misfoitunc ami the Conseivatives of Macdonald wants storms be creafeU to electrify crops I am mclmrd to think they have real- he 'o be the candidate Aime and stimulate theli growth This can nrTllninlicllDrl irrali ,lml 1'V.n I teelS that hlS elOUUenCC! and hlR StriCtl rtnnp hd tiovo hi fl... man However, Mr Brooks will not attention the following resolution commit himself than by saying which was at a hat this is not the time to discuss delegates fiom the vanous trade and the mater as there not likelv to ,ahor unions and a.tocm be an eleftion before fall, so far he is aware, and that he knew of two or three friends, any one of whom would be a suitable candidate. Another selection Is Alexander___ rjson, a, well known farmer residing near. Carman, who is reported to have tions throughout the Province of berta, held in this citj on the 14th I and 15th inst. Resolution ..No, 3 Whereas, the present rallwaj ami express companies charge rates for carrying .parcels and r Whereas, the post office sjateni 13 in clojer touch -with the poonUj and Whereas, the Aariniis or. ganizatlons have taken definite stepa to encomage tbe establisbment ot Parcels Post system in Canada- Therefore be it, resolved, that thia convention endorse the acdon token foi the establishment of this system, ind that a cony of ibis lesolntion bq sent to the Hon L P Pelletier, Post master Gener.il of Canada YOUTH i ery truly, L T. i Secretaiy. The Official Reply beg to 'acknowledge oinmunication :of; the 22nd 'instant, a desire for a cheaper do- meatic parcel sen ice I am dliectcdi bj the Postmaster enera! to inform that tills qiies- on Is engaging :the -attention of tha epartment. I am, sir, jour obedient servant, TI1HOOP. eo T English, Esq Secretary Alberta federation.-of La- bor, Lethbndge, Alta EASY TO CREATE THUNDERSTORM The im li accomplished a great deal Gland Trunk particularly is iu the crops, were at leabl two w late last jear and also that there were other special :conditions conduc- ing blockade and that he would like to become the I I Bpurassa of the west at Ottawa) In fact so far from any lack of will- PRINCIPAL WATSON RETIRES Mloville, H Watson principal of Xadoc high school since Ihc establishment of that in- stitution a quaitei of a century ago has retired He is one of the best known and most successful principals of the province He will become more actlvel> engaged with his newspaper the North Hastings Review WU.L MITCHELL .WITH ROOSEVELT? New York, Tllllv 2 -Politltfll pro phels, who had returned from Chicago ycsterda.v, appeared stronglj Impreased -with the likelihood that the bull moose ficket will be Roose- velt lohn Mitchell, once head or (he Mine Workers of Ameiicn, a DC niorral for jears and an'ardent ad mlrer of the teels that his eloquence and his strict he done, Sajs, b> sejiarating the attention to duty which takes him tojpotlthe charges of the atmosphere fiom the negative He has found that watei condenses rnor? reatlily on the negative portions of the air than on the positive, and ing victims there I hue is fherefore opinion that of gentlemen who are willing to under done study the minister ot'the interior in f m imn case he gets tired A Conservative tbo ne88theh electrlfled raindrops convention is likely to be called m "Balnst tne attraction of the positive Caiman before harvest, when the rlv He thmks "lan m C8rtain 'Ions is the main factor in suppljlng the necessary negative electricity re- quired to balance the positive elec- tricity of the surface of the earth He asserts that there fg alwajg a I considerable fall In potential in the neighborhood of falls, amount I al .claimswill 'be'adjusted. Art jrou one of those to whom every meal is another source' of suffenng DHIMIMW Tabbti will disordered lo digest any reasonable meab, and vill soon restore It to such perfect con- dillop that you'll never feel thai you have a stomach. Take one after' each meal 50c. a Box at your Druggist's. Made by the National Drug and Chtmical Co. of Ctiuda, Limited. ,50 LARGER PROVINCES Ottawa, July revise figures ofjtho three nevUj extended provinces, Quebec, Ontario and Hani toba, have just been issued and are as follows: Quebec, total present area square miles, an Increase of Ontario, total present area, squaic Increase of j Manitoba, total present area, square miles, an increase of ing at Zambesi m Africa, for inslanco to v oils per metre The amount of emanation of lad- nim and thorium in the air depends on the cojirse of the wind, whether it is over Und or sea This is respon- sible lor the ioni7ation of tbe an The extent to which the air stavs depemls oi) side-currents Sn Olivei Lodge holds that II Is necessarv to appl) elcfltncity to the soil only m cloudy weather The plants themselves, he savn, have ter- minals which djscharge electrlcitv in bright sunshine Thus the sun'ap- plies electricity directlj to the soil MOOSE CAME DOWN SOO'RIVER Sault Ste llarle, lulj bull moose, TS months old, came down tha river this moinlng and was taken out it the Commeiclal Dock In an lauitcd condition The animal is be ng held, and the parks commission rs are, wiring Superlntcndtnt.Tinslev f the O.ime and Fisheries Depart- lent for pernfssion to keep the an- ma! and turn it into the Soo Park. GALT PAPERS TO AMALGAMATE .Gait, July Is .staled on. good authority that the Gait Reporter, Con- servative, will shortly take over the Gait Ileformcr, Liberal, and amalga- mate the two papers. It Is understood the amalgamated paper win be Inde- pendent In politics. Oalt Is not largo enough for two Rood evening papers, and the move1 Is along the lines of business common sense. 1 I Handsomely Trimmed Hats From to Any hat in the utore for This i> our lummer ICMOU C. A. Cooksley Rent ley Hlore ;