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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 K DAILY IIKRALD Brothers "Lethbsidge Greatest Home Furnishers" We are placing new designs in Furniture in our show daily, and invite your inspection! Our Drapery Department Is now fully stocked to meet the most exacting demands. For Saturday and Monday we offer the following for cash: Lace Curtains Pictures, either of word or pen, cannot portray the distinctive artistic excellence of the Lace Curtains that we have placed in stock. All are so new, so pretty, so de- sirably that you will feel repaid for the time spent in look- ing them over. Nottingham Lace Curtains 40 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains, size A 30 in. s 2 1-4 yards, reg. TO; per pair UC 25 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains, size 40 "in. x yards, reg. 51.60. per pair Linen Scrim Curtains 50 pair RenaijEance Linen Scrim Curtains; sizes -15 inches by 3 yards, Ecru color, r Regular ?4.00. per pair 4. Brussels Net Curtains V.12 Pair BrUHdi.Net en 60 in. x 3 yards. Ecru color, rcj. 512 Battenburg Net Curtains 12 Piir Battenburg Brussels Net Curtains; size 60 inches by 3 yards, Ecru color e 1 f -Kegular 51B.OO.......... Wock only, He npcfl.s Hie room I'or IHMV o'tiods. The win- ill he changed daily: act .at once. 'MApE-IN-CANADA' Train Exhibition 'twelve electric-lighted one hundred "inter- exhibits of Canada's wonderful devcJopmcnC At C. J'. K. LKTinumHilv 'Hahirday, June from a. in., to (i p. Donrt misi Ibis unique Exhibition." It will a revel- _ >tiott to you.( Free illustrated lectures durinj visit. ADMISSION TO EVERY OAR 202 inn uepartmental Examinations Grades VIII, IX ami X will be held this year on June 2J, 25, JB 27_ -'S and 211 at following centres: Acme, Ali.v, Bnnkhead, Bawlf liar.- -sano, Berry Creek (Slewartvlllt 's D Coleman. Calga-ry. Camrose, Cardston' Carmangay. Carslairs, Castor, Clarea- holm, Cochrane, Content (.Mound Ij.ko CroBsneld, Daysland Delia (Mill Eilmon- ion, Krskine, Fort Sa'slratchewfin' I Jllgh; Itiver, Innlsfail. Lacomhe, Lamonl, Langdon l.educ, l.ethbridne. l.loydmluster, Jiac lend, .Magrath, Nanton Okotoks, Olds, Pemhiua (Riverdale S.U.I. Pincher Creek; Parr, Ponokn, Provost. Raymond, lied Deer. Rlmhey 'Kansas ISIdge ,SedEewlck, Stavely, Stnttler, Slrnlhcona Taber Toneld, Vcgrerllle, Verml.Hon wrlght. and U'ciaskiwln. The examinations In these three grades will bn at same da.vs and. under the name pre- siding examiners. Candidates who have not already selected one of the above centres should advise, the department al once al which they desire to write. Saturday. June 1, CHAMP LOOKS LIKE THE DEMOCRATIC WINNER Missouri Man's Success Has Been a Surprise WnsliliiRlou, May Clar of Pike comity. .Missouri, the man wl in the United States is credited wit having unwittingly done more, tha any one else to cause the defeat o reciprocity with Cauad'.i. is the sui prise of the political' situation country today. He was denounce! and laughed at all over the counlr) ivbeu, during the debate on the reel iroeity bill !n the house, he mid tha ,'nlted States would surely annex Can adii In the course of time. He denied hat he meant what he hail said when e realized that the reciprocity bill hich he and his party favored, was ndangered by bis utterance. A 'few days after the Canadian vot- ers turned down the Laurier govern- ment and with it all Idea of the Taft reciprocity agreement, Clark boldly announced that he had .meant what he said about annexing Canada, and it was no use..denying it any longer since the reciprocity agreement ha been thrown into the scrap heap. Ke turning to Washington a few day ifter this Incident, Rep. Jas. T. Lloy of Missouri chairman of the Xationa Democratic Congressional Cainpaigi committee and a-wartn political friend of Clark, said: Friends Gave Him Up "Clark has ambitions io be the De mocratlc presidential nominee in the next election. His second remark about Canada has eliminated him cs In the house nrr being treasured UP by Itt'publlctins who expect to "sprlus" them in the shape of cam- paign documents if Clark is nominal- ed. Speaking of the "lulmiiloiis Re- publican tariff" not so verv long ago In Ihe house. Mr. Clark said: "I would tear down every custom boiiso from foundation to roof. I would not leave one stone upon another." from the race. No one is sorrier than I to see this, bnt no one can take a different view of it. it. seems to me. lie has shown himself unfit for the high office of President of the United States." Most of the .politicians in Washing- ton took the same vleV of Clark's po- litical prospects as Lloyd did at that time. Yet today Speaker Clark is far in the lead of any other demo- cratic candidate for the presidential nomination. There no longer appears to be any doiibt that Clark will have many more delegates on the lirsl bal- lot in tile national convention in Dal-, timore. on of next mont than Gov. Woodrow Wilson, of Jersey, Gov. Harmon of Ohic Rep. Oscar w! Underwood, of AHa nor any of the others. Where He Is Strong lie has been carried on the sam, wave of popularity which is liftini Theodqre Roosevelt near to the white hdiiEe again." ''Clark has captured Ml souri. Kansas, Nebraska, Illinois Massachusetts, CaHfcrnia and fiarts of Wisconsin, Michigan, Ar kansBs; Oklahoma and other, states He will gel' more. He has won his instructed delegates not by a .Roose- velt Slant-bang campaign, but by sticking to his job as speaker Washington. He has won them not by (he machinations of political boss- es but by. the votes of 4he people in direct presidential preference primar- ies. 400't0 Begin With AH .Democratic presidential aspir- ants now recognize Speaker Clark as their most formidable rival. They know that before any one is nomin- at Baltimore, Clark will have to 'be given a "try out" to see what, he can do. His four hundred is about the number that impartial observers predict that he will have .on the first ballot, .will not be suffic- ient io nominat-e. lie will need more than IfOO more -for the rennisjte 23 majority. If, the early ballots show that ho developing more strength his nomination 'will probably he as- sured. If on the other hand he has only four hundred or thereabouts on tha lirsl few the other candl dates will begin to make hay. A Blunt Speaker .Clark .is a plain, blunt, oldrfashiot cd type of politician. He used to e> press himself freely and wlthou thought nf the ednseriuences on an, and all subjects. -Many of his speech CHAMBERLAIN'S LUCKY CALL Rough and Ready Clark today says Hint he is not i free trader, hut believes In a tariff for revenue only. The speaker has nude' a record In other Ways. In his early life, as a Congressman he got! mo the nubile eye by drawing a knii'e ml slashing a negro in the streets of Vashlngton. A few mouths ago he v.'is iu dilate with Rep. John .1 erald of New York city, ihe wily ml able chairman of the lionse appro', nations committee. He did not like ne of the Xew Yorker's sallies ami honied in a loud, raucous voice: "on't give me any more of your slack That is certainly not the Ian- lage of a Piesldent of the United tates. Has Grown Cautious Unt Clark has changed somewhat. He has grown wonderfully more cau- tious. There is no one in Washington today who presents great difficulties to the interviewer. He prefers not Io slate his views on controversial questions, or rather, he flatly, refuses to do so. He has begun io earn a re- putation for caution similar to that which followed the late Senator Al- ison of Ohio, learer of ihc Senate or so many years. It was said of Al- ison that a man iu Iowa once point- MADE FROM ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR molts away (Iclicioiish; in ihr mouth, when rou eat .11. Ma.Ic from this Hour, pie-crusl is a tho prom! .housewifes joy, for it makes her baking really worth-while. Get ,1 sack today and stop worrying Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH ed out to him some sheep iu a field. "Pine wool, saiil the stranger o Mr. Allison. "It looks like it from this said tve Senator. Has Bryan's 0. K. And that is Clark today. He is the leal "compromise candidate." the man on whom all factious runjinite, nobody can find anything in bis views on present day lake exception to. He has received Ihe support of William J. Bryan. That is, Bryan has stamped him "0. K." along will, s-sveral o'thers. Bryan's enemies say that is because Clark has become colorless and is not likely to interfere with the well-fixed opinions of Bryan. Clark's friends say the speaker'h... learned.his he will never j again talk too he can be relied upon to make an ideal Presi- dent. MAIL SERVICE STARTSJONDAY CROW'S NEST PASS TOWNS IS EX. PANDING RAPIDLY niopnlitan Hotel. Jllairiuorc. With a spirit ol. .enterprise .ami characteristic of in general. Urn management the Cosmopolitan arc embarking; upon this project, on a milch more extrusive scale than pre- viously. .Although but. have 'elapsed since de- strtiflion of ilie hotel I .he new Cosmopolitan is .well under Kiv- Culeman, Grant ling promise a most, SnlLianlial who has been critically and luxuriously appointed house of ill with appendicitis, is now consider-1 entertainment., mi'completion. N'o ex- cel mlt "Mlansor. jncnsc is being spared by the manage- t'nomtial announcement has been' iiii-nt in the accomplishment of this made of Hie inaugural ion of the new mail service oil (he local 01 next, .lime 3. will be progress municipality i.s >f any town, city or dependant on the prosperity of the industry to which centre for the -departmental examina-i the municipality .owes' its. lions- during the last week nt .lime. Messrs. Graham and Porter, arc being. Hence l he renewed progress of I he. (own of Colemaii may he inferred in Alacleod, attending the district; from1 the .phenomenal 'development of ;viU] hearing'the'International f.'oal A Coke Co., vs. YVcsU-ood. which have Hits month .established a court in connect ion of the case, Snronen The plninlift claims in- record output of coal. To date damages for J'ury to a hand due, is alleged, ID tons: have been mined'' a return professional incamnetcncy on the j which is unparalleled in the past 13 s part of the ollici.itiug surgeon, who months. The well as .the. is defendant. I company may he congratulated' on The II. 0. Ooodcvc. Co., of Cole- the commcncc'menl of the era of pros- man, has been i awarded the plumbing i perlty., '.consequent .upon i.llijs reinark- and heating contract for the new Cos- able expansion. A Good Housekeeper is a Genial Judge of Good Eating One who knows the difference between Superior and Inferior Groceries, never fails to dilate upon the merits of our Pure Foods. You can always obtain genuine satis- faction at our store, where Quality and Low Prices prevail. BRITISH BIRTH NOT NECESSARY A resolution was passed by the Grand I.oilse. Dan.chters of Knglanil. In session at. St. Thomas, which will .allow admittance t0 ihe ol not o( 'Accidentally Dropped in on Chji. "M Hayi.'rDust When Manajer Wai Needed for G. T. Montreal, May appoint .meiit. of, E. J. "Chamberlain tn the 0 T.: R. presidency recalls the Unit when lie walked Into the arms of op pcrtitnlty. After the 0. T. It. had acquired the Canada Atlantic, Mr. Chamberlain went to Mexico, where he built railway and managed It. While be was Morse suddenly re signed as general manager of the 0. T. I1. Chas. lia.vs, a'year ago, told a reporter the circumstances "I was. absolutely dumbfounded when Ihe resignation wr.s handed he, anld. "The necessity for a big man right away was sreat. As I sal at my dcik, wondering how I was to Set out of life difficulty, my secretary brouphl me a card 'Kdsou .1. Chamber: lain.' 'The very num.' 1 said to my-] r. Chamberlain had inerely on hla way ti.'roush .Montreal on a holiday. I of. fered Him the position, and he was thijiiiiost surprised, man I ever Ox Tongue in Glass Sficed Ox Tongue in glass.. Beef and Tongue in glass Lunch Tongue in glass -.English Brawn, in glass SI.10 65c. 65c. 65c. 40c. din EirK JAMS JKLLIKS Strawberry Jam in glass 30c. Raipberry Jam in glass 30c. Jelly Black Curra-ni; Jelly. Strawberries In Syrup Cherries in Syrup MAGGI'S SOUl1 A.ssorlcd. 4 I'or .2-5c. Fusseis' Pvre Cream, tin Figs, in glati 35c, I A K. Kavah Custard Powder ___ Lemonade Powder French Peas in glass......... French Beans in glass Duncan's A'fter-Dinner Mints Reed's Forfar Rock Candy Turkish Delight per pound FKL'ITN TO HE Ll'OA ......25c. .......45c. .......45c. 2c and 2Sc. ..............30c. Sound, Sweet and Juicy, and 50c.. per dozen. Lemons, large, regular W; now, per doi ____ 30c. Strawberries, per box 25c Cherries, per Ib. 30c. Pineapples, each New Potatoes, Green Onions, Lettuce, Cucumbers New Turnips, New Beets, Green Peas.Celery, in it Rhubarb. Geo. Kerr Co. Phone 1453 ;