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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .y, -lime 10. 1012 THIS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD i'agc 9 CLARKEJc CO. Phone 453 Acadia Blk. cial Values To-morrow Section' EVERY THE YEAR FOR or Household Use priced at less than their quality': would indicate, and shown iri assortments sufficiently varied to meet the demands of exacting buyers Huck Towels 25c Lnrge'-size'si-and extra heavy weights in plain il'lo or Uroivn stripes. Plain Scrims 35c to 50c" Sllletidld-: qualities "Jlnt I'm.'not' Drawing" 'any rasli said the eastern critic. Montreal, June ;JO. Sir Thomas "I've found out in my trip 5p far .SJmuglmcssy today stated, there in ihat fine can hardly i reduce not Hie slightest truth in the rumor ieal estate lo'lhe, same basis AS the that he is to retire from the C.IMI. East. Things move moy quickly. Why to-become president and manager of a .-i wholesalerv went into Edmonton a reported bank niorgci''. H. D. Scully, manager of the "Made In Cnnfina" exhibit Ion train, in writ- ing the IBoard of thanking them for tlieir entertainment, while ,-llic hi the city, 'took accasion lo reiuarlc that Lethbridye Is more.fav- drably situated as' xi 'manufacturing centre city, yd visited. coalt and a pros- pect of natural gas supply, will make Leth bridge a'.city which will attract the inanufucturers of their, own nc- cord; while the fact that Lcthbrldgc, promises lo bo the real pioneer tils-' trict as roKarda ..diversified farming assures a large population within n very f'e'ff years. The train left last to Claresholm, where it was visited this n. lirge -crowd, many .of whoni cam.e In from lh-e country Lo I'isit the NO TRUTH IN IT SAYS SIR THOMAS The Wires All Carry The Same Want JS TABU >ALI hive Rot to UK kind of salt on lhc table, You musL uee nail iu your cooking end baking. I Are you Ihe best MU-WIWDSOR TABLE SALT? It's )Vlndspr firm, tljrti TV ill liclp you fpiiinke flavor. food (is (i. (Invercit. WINDSO.R HALT if jnireiuil fiHC md kood. 40 year ago, refused ;lo pay for-a liuilding back this spring, pniil And-was content to dc it. Now, wlint want to know is He had good reason. UuL (joins lo wait a .year before I puss any criticism on his transac- tion. will then kimw, probably, whether lie was justified or not, A year ought Io lull the. story." Mr. Harris believes that Lethbrirtgc destined to hayc strong develop- ment, lie lias heard ol the coal fields in this district. "Industries 1 Of course your coal mines arc industries they arc mote substantial industries than mos.l western cities .ire getting. How about manufacturing Well, that is son'jelhing that" must Ije studied out, Tho great need of the eniintrv is The rest will bo eiisy." Harris is' goinp; lo know what l.ctlibridgc real estate is worth lie- lore he leavos. This is the way he is going to do il HR will gel the. valuation of n'piece of business out, what the owner can realize on it per 1111- sufficiently lor 'prospects' and then reduce tlic whole thing to per nnnum. tell the'talc as the havd-heatlcd business man scc.s it. No" roniiiricing lor Kor- man Harris. THE TORIES AND THE WEST Heroic pvoh- 1cm (lemnndRil, involving; removal of duly if necessary. The employment of two .or three jhigh salaried rnllwny experts to ad- tlic 'In dealing with, incvitalilc problems of. Western trans- portation. Withdrawal o! t.irin" protection nt agricultural implements .suggested It fnecesyary io secure fair competitive I conditions. i' iGciirfo'lis iirgtd for JKf'i'niiila'llbn or'scierillflc apricnlturc. fs tlio HordiMi iiwakcn- nng lo a rrPogniiion ,lo the fact Unit no ailmliitalialian cnn long in da witliont tlie support ot the jWcsl anil Ihat support con he [assured only by. at least ii parlial rc- cognition of thp claims of the j In The Toronto News of June 5, the tcsnonsihilillcs of Hie govpirimcnl j to Canada .ire.dojl! with in an c.vletidprl. editorial, statement, which, In view ol the close relation of that journal with the po.wc-rs that he at Ottawa, has the charnblcc of an inspired utterance and wouM seem lo forcsharlmv a ol policy of spe- cial inlcrfst lo lhc Weal. The dcclar- unusual in lenglh and posi- tion, ns il occupies'Imlf ofithc first pngc.of tin Offlci, 1H4 'EDITEO BY "INO" PHONES: 'The Lord couiil no.t he everywhere, so lie iiiudn hi. kcthall for.SL Cyprian's teain-Thurs- ilny night, is almost recovered and will ho around again in a lew days- Most ol all Iho other licauliful Mr, and Mrs. IV. II. Morris cnlci- Ihings in lifo come ny twos and laincd on Salurday evening in honor threes, by dozens and'hundreds 1'lcn-! of Ihe twentieth anniversary of their ly of loses, stars, sunsets, rainbows, I marriage. Thirty guests were bidden brothers and sisters, jiunls and cons- Ins, but only one mother in all the wide Douglas Wiggin Not rcrcivlng tomorrow Mrs. L. M. Jolmstono and Mrs. BlEby- Jlrs. William McClurc, 'nor again un- til autumn. Mrs. Alvin Rijilcy, nor again this reason. Mrs. James Peat, nor again this season. Mr. and Mrs. 'A. J. Irving arc in Edmonton 'attending the Presbyterian Assembly. Hart, of-. Cowlcy, spent the week-end the guest ol his sister, Mrs. W. J. Ambrose. Mrs. E. W. Luckhardl, of How Isl- ind, is tlin guest of Mrs. G E- Flem- ing, Sfratlicona Court. T. -M. Evans and children left on Sulurday on. an extended visit ;o Victoria. The choir-oF St. Augustin's church splendidly reiiciered the finlhem, "Tlie Lord gave the at the evening service'ycslerday..... Miss Mabel Wallace, who is a stu- dent at-Bninob Spokane, is ionic for the summer vacation. Mr. IJarric. 'Smith, of Hartford, Cunn., is the gtie'sL of W. A. Buchan- 111. WiLh has been Mri luchanan's'guest for several months, ic. wiir IcavciiFrWay for ihe Pacific Ipasl- G. Cameron loft today for Edmonton, will spend two ir three days attending the Prcshy euian is here at Mrs. G. "and chi.ldrcn, iMCP nnd Campbell, -accompanied hj' Irs- TiimingV nioiher, Mrs. Camp- ell, leave tomDi'row! altenmon on a lirce months' visit 'to1 Harric, Onl. V' Shfrlpy, who ihct with painful accidunt'whilc playing has- amoiig wlioni were Mr. and Mrs. Nivtn, ol C'AJKary, antl Mt. am! Mrs. S. Morris, ol; Medicine Hat. Mr. anri Mrs. Morris were the recipients of many appropriate gills. Tlic music'at- Knox church yester- day was espepiully'linc. In the morn- ing the choir rendered the anthem, "Christian, the morn breaks swcetly o'er in. which Miss Lombard, of Minneapolis, anil Mr. G. E. Flem- ing each took .solo parts .anil also sang a duct most acceptably. At tlie evening service the choir sang very sweetly, "Hark, hark my Miss Lombard, taking the solo obligate, while Mr. G. E! Fleming took the solo. HUDSON'S BAY STORES For Quality and Good Value GENERAL SATISFACTION WITH CROP CONDITIONS until after ,hiuc 2IHh. There irai loo much iairi last year, and while the' crops were good, Uicy were not to Ire compared n'itli the outlook at. this AH Sections of the South Report Favorable N Conditions The improvement Uiis year is That thunder ahiT those clouds on of moisture Saturday wcreMargcly a bluff. There- Ulosc tp-'by. the wasn't m'ucir I "craW- were Mayor Ilolmes, Clares- Miolm G. H. Moir, of Uarons H. Clubs and Societies The Brotherhood of St. Andrew of St.- Angnstin's church will meet this evening at 8.30. The Woman's Auxiliary' of.St. An- gnstin's cjinrch will meet at 3.30 .to- morrow afternoon. f The W. F. AI. S. of Knox church will meet iii the vcsttv oii'i.Frida afternoon at three The Official Hoard of WcstiKh church will meet. in the church a S.30 tomorcow evening. u The strawberry- and ice cronm soc ial, to be held at Westminster churc nftcrnoon and evening tomorro1 promises to.be well attended. Mis. -Jones and Mrs. W. L. Wilso will be the hostesses foe the minster Ladies'-'Aid meeting at UITP o'clock on Wednesday afternoon the church. V SDCU il mccunt pC the Of fioara ii lorjrrui u CM.H J w.., ouuu, .without ram there was nothing but' opt.miem I Thcrc ;s Q[ Ujat and expressed, as lo the crops. J SoiltllCL.n Albwla; It can be relied on ns auLhorllativc is one p[ optimistic expectancy, ngrln the cluh roonib s- of Sf ins church mc'tt uitb Mrs 01' i9! on- Thurs al J 30 to complete nents for a home malt cooking sale nold on Saturda; June. 15th, at Ilayr's Ilardwar Is to: ROOSEVELT'S COUNSEL SPEAKS (Continued from front page) Balnuridge Colby, oE New YOrk, ap- ieared as attorney for the, Roosevelt Iclegates. lie first charged ttempt to organize'the credentials' ommltiee of Hie Indiana State con entlbn had Illegal and unautlior- eJitlon had been illegel and nnauthpr- ze'cl by the State committee's official all, Mr. Colby declared that a rule of rocedure' had been adopted- by Iho 'redential commit lee, which" gave'the ii'e.Taft nieinbcrs of the corariiitlee he opportunHy i o choose members rom the third, al.vlh istricts, so as In give Ihem control f the full committee. lie declared the Roosevelt'members elected for (ho credentials' coin nil L- ee fiom the third and sixth districts ad been unseated by the Taft forcea, hlch, he Eiilil, then took up contests nd mnde up n temporary roll for the ext day'3 convention. in the Marion county contest he aid the committee nad not even ie Roosevelt men present their cas- i. He charged Lliat 124 contested elogfitee were thus seated by thla rcdenllals committee. The next'day, when the convention HEcmblsd, lie- continued, these i' ontested dclcgntea were allowed lo ote 'on their own right to in the 1 invention. With IhRse votes the 1'ftft irces had delegates, nnd tli ooacvelL aide OiS. The Taft forces IS OUT OF DANGER, Montreal, June will be no official bulletins irom now on .regarding tha DuchesH of Connauffhl's coudl- C1 tlon, as her Royal Highness is now declnred to be entirely out of danger. purest in q u a 1 ity; try it and ssc. had secured control of the convention through a medium of contested dolt gntei, while the night before .tUay ha( secured control of the .crodentials committee by shutting members whom they claimed to be contcEt-od. Mr.-Colbysnld the Ropse volt -forces actually hnd seven o[ the thirteen members of the credent la' committee, but rules laid down by Ihe Toft forces allowed latter lo se- cure control. Cummins' Boosters Arrive Chicago, III., June van- guard of Senator Albert Cummins, of Iowa, for the Republican prsaid tinl nomination, wns raised today his colleague, Senator W. S. Kenyon, who arrived Iowa. Headquart- ers In the hotel M'heTe Taft and Hoosc veil are located, were engaged by Senator Kcnyon, and the Hawkey Club, of Chicago, assumed clmrge of Iho capipaJgn. Heforc the end of the week, the fowuns expect more Mian ten 'thousand enthusiastic boosters Prom beyond the Mississippi will be.in Chicago. They will ikmonslnilc their fcaity to Iho Senator from Iinvn. Before, leaving for Washington, Senator Kcuyon snid: "Friends of Senator Cummlnn believe the ranlc and flic at the Republican party are tired of the pl-csent controversy and tired of personal politics. Wc pre- sent In him a mun who can unite the party, and lead It lo an old-time vlc Agrlcnltiire of the Alberta government, arrived In Ottawa, today. Mr, .Marahall.ls in the East in connection..witU-tho world's Farming held In f.e'hb'-Ugs L1! 21 a e n J u o the approaching congresa M ith Uie rederal and- the object of sion of pailument n the en eluded in the of t lhc AWFULlitJKDER; EIGHT KILLED WHILE SLEEPING WERE SMASHED CURDLING.HORROR VNIIsori, Iowa, June; Mopi-e, a prominent. Vlillson buslneaa man, his wife ah-il four cnildreii, and .wp women, supposed to be MTI. glldfir nnd her dniighler, of the Moorc'a, "were found, ;iliurdered his morning: in tlie .Moore ..home. The heada had. been mush'ed'.'to n pulp, and an axe, covered with blood and human hair, was found the ee, and la supposed to huve been the Instrument with which the crime vas committed. L All were murdered in their o.'iAs. There is no definite clue to.the'.rn'u'1- ler, although search Is being; made, it s Biiid, for one person suspected by he nnthcrltles. Owing lo mutilation, the identity of he two women could not, be absolutu- y established this morning, liut.the '.-ingilderB, who live, a few miles fj'pm Illison, arc lo have been tailing the Moore's yesterday, and ist night, so U ia- lelt' certain; that ie victims are the women named. NO robbery conmillted; inri It eems clear that only) a desire eveii'ge could the murder, unless ilia doeiTwas done by nmnlac. .-V" ATTERY TRAINS Zolli EVERY THIS ,WEEK ,put n a "very slronubiiB Week of it, -pre. aratory to ciimj) 'on Tues- ay, June 18i .Ordfe'rs have been. Is ucd lor drill every evening -during ic week at tho Armory, nt the re'a'r 1' 1223 L'onrlh avenue South.' TO EXTEND THE UNIVERSITY WORK DEPAR1WENT OhCANIZEO TO IN- STITUTE. BUREAU OF. MATION Mr. A. fi.A..' of the Uni- versity of Alberta, wag hi Llie city to- the [ield and secur- ing data Milli ;i tb Including j crHNririr. iiriKe cf lQcUresr IheT Um nronjjseftj.0 e Is sdcreLary of a departrueut re- LGutly which Ing out lectuie-rs will establish a MII of Information nil! be at tlie dlipcsul of the o, Atherfa It'hris beet (ho evpeifehre of debatlpe cluba nnd huitunl Improvement, io- cuitlea that awing .la obtainiiig- 'accurate and .aiiLl.ientic :ln- formation on tiuestlons, that .their ef- forta were perforce confined to n very, limited range and hack- neyed subjects. The university, through tta library connections' has ex- opportunities for and'tabnlalirig such'inforraatipn, ancl the intention pr 1-he ExtenEtoti Depai't- meut staff'Is to compile Troirt its' wtdp magazine exchang'e and other sources .H circulating- pamphlet 'library means of.wljfcli its facilities -for' ac- quiring Muforimitlon will be 'plucert.-at. the disposal of the general In" addition prasa bulletlhB will iBBueil periodically to the newspapers, consisting of pithy extract! upon. :toplcs of live .interest. All per -inon been approached, have Bigniflsd'-tniir cordial eymg.ttthy with the woi-k, -and hive nromiserl hearty'co-oneratiori. A special bulle- tin will .be issued Bhorlly oxnlainlnK the details'bfthe'organization. BRIGHT FUTURE FOR LETHBRIDGE don't lijiime you boosting Lcth- Cor it certainly deserves. It, ss we think it one of, the greatest plat': es in the This was the ex- pression ganerally met wliu by A. M. of tin's city, who (Ills morn- ing returned from an extended trip to Vancouver and other eclat points. Air. AlcCHnton anld ninny experienced nnd siircwrl business men nt the const expressed to him the belief thiK Leth- would prove a winner. Sever- al of those with whom Mr. McCIInion came In contact, had no hesitation In bis future for' Leth- Major O.C.. hng received; thnt the limbers nnd wugona, elonglng to 'the frntlery cquipnicnl, avc been shlpjicd -from nd will await the battery's arrlvnl In fclgary. This ycnr the old blue ornis ivlll be discarded, and'the new haki service" uniforms 'screed' on ar- va) at the Cnlgar'y camp. Fifty-four well broken draught.horfl- 3 Imve been scoured for. Hie tamp's hm noout. "0. moro in-eillcting a hrldgo. Ie whJCh- outiiOolliif -jler l be, allo'ivcd, are 1 ncudcd. ny, .wil he officer would.' h-a d Id niefll. nnyoiic with horses or hire nt the battery any afternoon r evening this week. WANT MORE PAY Technical school teachers ill Ham- ilton nrc demanding InCreaicd sal- NEW CHItF OF POLICE A. Addlibh has btien appointed po- lice chief of Amherstburg. White Swan Ytast Cakei combined with (lour .ami care- ful linking inaket.iihe .v hoiuo-madc alsf upon your grocer giving you If en B i of fi'1 cakes. aantple sent rpfjiieit. White Swnn Toronto, t ;