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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta G ood Lumber at Reasonable P IONBBR Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 ROOSEVET TO SPEAK FOR BEVERIDGE North Yard, Westminster Road, Phone 1063 at Lethbrjdfe N. Lethbridf t Tabeiv Bov Island Milk River High Hirer Claresholm Nan ton Granum Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet.. TORONTO Will Aid Insurgent Senator In the Campaign -Still In Dark On Attitude Toward President ana the latter of New marred was the refusal of Count' De Oyster Bay, July United States sa and progressive o th-> ressive Republicans, rf' Theodore Roosevelt to deliver a cam- paign speech in his tor reelec- tion to the senate. Mr. Beveridge de Parted content and smiling bllt" he left it for Mr. RooseveU to nouncement of the proposed paign speech in bhe senior's Iv half This is what Mr. Rocseveit Promise "Mr. pools and '.Mr. Swift came to Sagamore Hill IM- the night here. rh37 came to re- Quest me to go to Indiana and Speak in .behalf of Senior B-mid-e 1 promised them that i He added .that he agre-d to-day lo make one speech for the senator and. so f as is known he will make only one Against Taft. (TIT, The time and place for the speech has not 'been fixed. is Insurnent. Those who have followed tc> pcli facalconferences at Bay since Iheodore Roosevelt's return sb. re the belief that he has cautiously been feeling his -way in his O.XIU tne to-day's incidents are considwd the most important yet developed Senator Beveridge is making his fight for. re-election as an insurgent He-is opposed .by John W. Kern who ran with Bryan in the last. election squarely against AM. COJ.L as the tariff iaw fig. ures. fThe law, which the president has defended as the fcest tariff rm, I state convention------ 'm dark" for another term, the law. in -------ught the bill to the last, and then voted against it 'It is .pointed out, however, that with exception, President Taft and the w j.j., Col. Roosevelt appeared to be pleased with the result of the day's work of talking politics. To in- terviewers, however, he would say lit tle concerning the-conferences' ex- to In his senator is ex-" Wmself squarely against cept that he had promised to We Taft in so-far one speech ior Senator Jftv.iniacu LO jjl one speech for Senator Beveridge Thus those who aoPghf to interest day as a general insurgent rally "ie shaping of Col. attitude flnrf n 7rking and he did-nbt ascend until aear- 7-30 trying the. patience of the.fairly large, crowd. He ed or the wind, and "he" on the Trethewev farm at wes! seven miles from .Toronto where HOLD STREET RAILWAY TO BE RESPONSIBLE Winnipeg, July S.-The Board of Control had an animated session this morning regarding the fatal accident Tno _ given ed H 1 LUt aSCent ed At 6.50 p.m. De eavmg the track, soared successfully the air. Johnstone flew fron end to end of the field, and after- warus executed the figure eight and landed gracefully. Johnstons did.ncit go quite 50 feet from the De Lesseps not lute so High. Johnstone had som1 trouble with the elevation rudder while up, not noticeable from below. The machine De Lesseps flew across the English channel will probably be in, shape to-morrow, it has a seven-cylinder engine. Among the visitors.-were Ueufc-Goveaor Gibson and Mrs. Gibson, who were ntroducedto Count De Lesseps, Ms oiother, and Countess Begassiere tryout in attempt, to be small doubt J.CU.L ana tne Lue accident senator from Indiana have been pull- the pembina street crossing yester- ing together so far as administrate- ThftrA a policies are concerned. There has tllat been no break .between them ThP president entrusted to the senator the. condunf- nf -j_i__. aor te conduct of two administration meas ures at the last session of congress he statehood -bill and the Alaska sov ernment Mil, and although the sen me sen ator worked faithfully with the insur- gents in the senate, and had a hand in the alterations of President Taft's railroad -bill, he supported the admin- istration regularly in tie last session when the votes were taken. Indians Visit Roosevelt. The Roosevelt house was fairly swarming all day wich numerous poli- tical persuasions. There were In- aians among the visitors. .Besides Senator Beveridge, there were W Dudley Folke, former civil service commissioner, and a friend of Roosevelt; and Lucien Swift, Of responsibility rests with the railway company. In Jaaiuary last tht Board of. Railway Commissioners is- jued an order until the subway was cars must stop at the crossing and that steam trains'must cross under control Ihe cuy is-asking the railway commis- sioners that they order Engineer H A to hold an all steam trains be reaching the crossing. started .the engine. The late after- noon and evening papers appeared on the grounds with the news of Baron- fiss De La fall at' Precautions were, De L< wg it might destroy his peace mind TFe Count later appeared in -aviation costume, wearing a suit jace and a pair Of motoring g0g He got into the machine and ran close to the ground several BAGGED A BJG BEAR Story Connected with Telegraph Operator's Capture Spokane, S.-Flovd Wil- the TELEGRAPHIC BRI.EFS- Hamilton received in- creases in pay. Dosing her Bearings in the thick- moke the steamer Leonard Hanna ran 'ashore at Kettle Point Sir John Murray, the; deep sea ex- at Ottawa, regarding a sur- vey of the Great Lakes rise. He rose gradually, to. or 50 feet and circled -f-ii times amid applause. He m the air'five minutes The machine, appeared under perfect' con- trol. From a distance it looked like eagle resting on its wings. The Count lowered the atitude and start- ground at an angle of about 20 degrees. While the Count. was flying the men handling Wright's biplane, were IlSVt6 SiQgle rail Position. Ralph Johnstauv.the driver, started the two -propellers ana the biplane himself a few days ago by bagging a 400 pound .bear, .-and thereby hangs story. .Wilson was treed