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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta l-'riflay. .Tune 11, THE tiETIIBRIftGE PMLY HERALD HeardO the News We've Rammed Down the Prices Again Take a Look at Yourself Do you need a Dress Suit or anything to wear? This Store, always known as "The Home of the Greatest offers you for Saturday and Monday 25 per cent Off Every Article in the Store We have something to strike every man or woman. This is an opportunity to practice econ- omy in Clothes, Dry Goods and Furnishings. GOVERNMENFS ELEVATOR SITE Juno interviewed (oday as to tlic _stato- mpnt made at the Hoard of Trade bqilqucl by Hon. Robert lipgcrs, that More tlie dose1 of navigation 'the Government would have a publicly owned elevator ready lor operation, J. Ciirrick, M.IV said; "The (Jovornn.'.'iit will build its first, elcva- tai on nait of lot No 19, some 17 acres of which is on the channel of the and adjacent tot the IJinpuc eleiatoi 1 Ihe title to 17 is in the Gpvcrmnrnt, it ncvcivhaying been; transferred fioni'tht! Hi is should he An ideal silt Tor an It is at present possible to (lie Canadian .Pacific railway ami 18 Otand 1 rjink faudc raihva) g the to (.onsUuUi tracks- Uillidin Struct, the diudim; line letwepp thiii ciU and Port thur, by running ;i short spur cat jcomiLLfj dim I with the elevator lluv'grain Chipped.either by the Pacific-or Grand cifit raihvais will go (inctt to the elevator U.ujsfer ctuii ft Inch 'will tindmilneilh lie a to the public. The Palace Clothing Lo. Second Ave. Opp. Fire Kail __" Senator 'Bdrali Talked of as. a Compromise Candidate {Continued from front pajte) Taft Got Delegates. Chicago, 111, June Uo hours, of acrimonious argu.meiU at llvs forenoon. sensipn of 'tlie Republican Rational had .as its net.result, .the transfer .of the -.two tJoni a single Oklahoma dis tliird one contested, to the T.a'1 column The issue hinged the regulailtj of the conve: lield at (he Roosevelt dele-1 abated none of their claims on thai and contests supporters "profess Co be greatly elat- dclcgation at large and asserted that ed over the settling.of the JSissbuui Ihc outlook for the outcoii'e in the whole Missouri business exceeded their most sanguine hopes The laitl people on the other hand seqnied mnnt plan oi the icpuhliLan national committee. Rumors of compromise and conces- sions in the remaining contest lights an denied the leaders bides H is that the Virginia contests, in which the Hoosevjijlt forces'1 cliaigp that the 'lalt conten- tions 'were held where negroes'could not attend, he presented as a single case, hut Ihc Koosevel t contest manager, asserted list thet would argue each of e nuon, lake outcome complaccntlj and! jj.itss 'appearing1, as contestants. No roll cnll was taken, the decision being vote vote following this action, 4hc nonimit let dibnoaed of the first fiontb in which jiJie regular delegates both wer-e composed of Taft. support- ;ers. The contestants we're''seated, .The first T-ennessee district was then itnken up. Th'e Missouri Decision Chicago, ,Iunc "The Missoitu compromise" decision and the foicitn and cntiich ad- jotiinjiient of the republican n.itional toinmittce has brought about a situation full 01 unccrtamtw end conlhI'ting rumors lasted ihronghoiil thf1 'nigln and icfuscd to into am definite foim The explanation which best fits the vinous facts is that supportcis wcie to take advantage of thiee or hours of time com- piomisr on the Missouri CISPS to take account of stotk and prepaictoe the struggle exjlocted the account National 'Commiftceinan1 Cbas. pcl of Blissouri, Mr Taft s of CommciCB anil Lahoi, ite. fc lett Both sides continued to claim ulii mate control of the flight in tins m- uduit ind Ihe forces nounci their intention to oppose tht fiooL tlic election of Senator Root as temporal} clniunan i liev said their candidate, for thai? place. rd upon 10 came m lor con- yenator o[ Wahn. siderahle. criticism ljUr [JQrah at, It declared that V.t 0, Roosevelt leaders disappcaiance iron- Chicago ,vas the had inuili lo do with thei arpunpnt, n[ chooslng anll i atl Clln Chicago on (he eM. or ihe Missouri, contest, which he was' count- the Missouri When" it came known that the secretary hail left town, some of tin; .Taft, ipemhers of the committee decided to stand In the Hadley-Pooseyelt delegates. [didatcs for. the chairmanship was up I for discussion'and he chose at inat time to leave the. conference. Humors of a holt in the party, for the feu noted todaj no one appeared to chal ,n. and that kind Of lenge (iov Iladlej s picsuiUUon of 01 ershadoned bj prospects Iho case and the I all'leaders a ln; theie was. noAtng ior them io do but urrender, C.oi Hadlri, of Iowa and Lafollelte of Wisconsin. Senator Borah -was prominently menlioiied by tlie .gossipers as a prob- HE 5AUV-'Tew rcnlize how- nncli MH wqtcat." Tlie put ult on nil mcAld'nnd unil ____ the imjtortnucc of ttsii.g an ibMjltllelj pine salt X SHE SAID-'Well, U IMnOK HALT Hiitl no one could inulie me Itclievc there was hny K-ttct salt in llic wliolc than my oltl sHhdby 52 June .American Federation of Musicians have d-scitl' eti to ssntl a iinniber of organizers n the field, to organize, the musicians n Canada and ihe United States, fi'om one end of the country to the holh factions last nlglif aiid Hoosr- Of tomproinisc uas foolish and other. Canada will be divided into '-----J five, districtB and a man placed in caoll division. aiittement tlc- :larnd that the committee had acted able diik hnrsc foi the picbidcncv fairM Inynaj, subject Ihc positne tkclaiation topic of endless discussion among'from leaders of both sides that Ihe GENEROUS TO Brandon, June the Baptist convention here today, It was Announced that in view'of the'dUTer ence of opinion "on the question of the maintenance, o-f the arts course at the Baptist College Here, 'Dr.' Clark, of found-er .ot Clark Hall, 'wrote .stating that be, would take care of. the present mortgage on the Brandon College, of in ad- dition to af-d in the placing In the hands of trustees ff this was not received before his death, h' made a promise 'to. provide fd u, ii MB All of ihese he had prom feed on condition that the arts course be maintained in Brandon College RIPENING CHEESE BY ELECTRICITY Everybody is Wear- ing-Rain Smile Today (Continued from front page) going to.iM'ess, The -Monarch district needed rain,'s precipitation atigura'well'.for ;tbeir crops, BO much so ".that., the fap'es'oC the farmers are wearing-the ".raliKsmile." The rain be general toward the north Hud nest Diamond City in It, Too to fall at Diamond City about and steadily Crops.were not suffaring, but will.ue much the-bettei foi the lain A shoner fell north of Dia mond City yesteniH> Hain't- FUachtd Warner and Jla- g'rath, ellcted the information that no rain bad tod so iar, but the indicatious point .-toward a. wet spell more tlian at time jet this spring uill be welcome in these districts. Tabei Waiting Taber diat-rict Is waiting :for the which'bhey see, coming. They be on deck some time tonight Noifh of 'laber thej baie had several h-eavy showers during the past few days, arid the: crops are making .excellent growth.. South Taber, is needed, al- j though the crops are standing up "well as yet, Is Moving Eait A.MItchoil, of the.'Mitchell Nursei ies at' the Herald-'at 3.15, and stated: that they were ing a pouring rim in that district ft then been raining fcr thiee- quartets of an hour and appeared to be good for a long time jet The Coaldale faimers'are jubilant TENTS 8 x- 1 0 .wailed tent, 8 oz. duck, com- plete with poles, 10x10 walled tent, 8 oz. duck, com- plete with poles, 10x12 walled tent, 1 0 oz. duck, com- plete with poles, 12x14 walled tent, I 0 oz. duck, com- v plete with poles, 1 4 x 6 walled tent, 1 0 oz.-duck, com- plete with poles, The Best Hardware', House Is on Search for Oil in Alberta son, and 11 much interested la (rac- ing thun out hibt he paring for a lone trip to the north of tilt niountc I'.v has heard of the asphalt beus of the Pttft Jinei country and he is not gomp Then Segiit rttirert, or at madt a thorough eabt he thought he did Hi lo examination of.lhchi! foi'a lest, and j whu hc andeil in Vancouver on he was, looking ovei (Continued from front page) telcgranii and let- jaunt m sn m 7p7ram, ____ tlw noilh- ,s froln llle ourcd in to him from Uberta that he see if thcic uas am thing m the na- ,urc of oil io lie Jound, foi it, is- aj in geological Dirties thai j there is coal UILIC is oil ;as spbalt C'alifornm (he oils am all asphaltum, which is hems; used on Lethbrlrtj't this province and toilal comn Mr cgui's to Mhcrta is qf inonttntotis( tnterfst, and perhaps ao should Ire mprc mleiesled thsn, Ihc coal the gas has sj tin us from the north countrv, "he lfl but so far" oil lias OLD GUEL'PH MAN MAKES A BIG DEAL IN CORN Electricity Is now being., used in Holland to artificaUy ripen.; cheese, A powerful alternating administered to ,the cheese, and in a single day it be- comes as ripe as it would-ordinarily jn mcntiiB ripened in this way is said to possess all the. de- licate flavor and aroma of the origin; al. ORGANIZE THE MUSICIANS unquestionabh showed the moic Ihc must lo inconsequent lal coin pan I the liquation, vheir the politicil life of Cefil Lj on, national an'd tlic stnwgth of the Koosevdl iiuiilnne in the siite i ,ii 'I IK (LdiH I no ciimjironiisp be mn iirirml iiKtud In I II 'Ufl maiMKUs asstrtid the; wuii Ojht .ill of umUnttd on tilt uroiliid" th it tht hud ils in (kfitintc o.f IhfcihsUut ippoition -3 f CATCRPILLARS HINDER TRAINS Ottawa, .lime are so numerous) ulang the 0. P. It.'tracks on the Gatlnuau ill vision that af u j Iht-avy grade live mlk'B from Iho clty.i I owini; to tlie slippery condition of rails, threfi iMigines had to i be used on H (rain of four cars, H6WICK PIONEER DEAD I (1 Coopoi, a [lovutK dud Gold Medal, London, till I-frftaSalt ItHHI-C.RJDK Have the most delicious tea in the wirld Then don't deli) trymp it It'h Kidfj" lys lor nciily a century it has enjoyed the largest sale of any high-grade tea or. carlli Operations of A. W. Cutton on the Chicago Board of Trade buelph 7uue 1- Cutton ihe Guelphiie who Ins done so well mttpo much at this iccent 3 ears on the Chicago stock market', has cl-aaned up another com- fortable fortune'of many hundreds of time in May corn. A degpatcli received here says: "Per montlig past all eyes have on this .young was known that. he was largest individual corn long Chicago Board of'Trade." and that his line been 'well and' showed a handsome piper profit H was generally belter ed.1 however, lhat: Cutten would re main a big' lonif until the "tap of the bell" on the last day of the month and 'tliat be be under the speculative but this .was anything but true. For many weeks February and March Cutten tvas the only, real.liye.bull in. the Chicago corn maiket He withstood attacks not only by Lichstern, Armour and