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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y. Juno IS, THE DAILY HERALD Page FARM IMPLEMENTS Outs showing limcrsoii New Automatic Lilt Independent Beam En e (It'uig and ]Sro. 60 -und-in Throw Jimbrson Engine Disc an gin Seeder. EMERSON Foot-Uft Plois EMERSON Else Hirwifs Hirrw Dirts Ltver llarnvs M ind StKl leim Wilklng Flows and EMERSON Dice Plows Into Kwt 111 Shofsl Corn ind Potits Cultivators EMERSON Standard Mowers and Rakes FARMERS OF SOUTHERN or both, insist on seeing'the'New Emerson No. 50 Automatic Lift, Independent Beam, Engine.Gangs, also the No. GO Emerson but-Riid-Jn-Throw 10-foot 'Engine Discs, with Seeder attachment. The moat-practical a-nd up- to-date' machines, ever manufactured for EiiKine purposes. All we-ask is that you give us a call for Buggies, Wagons, Steam and Gasoline Plowing Engines, Advance and American Abel. Engines and If Anything for the Farm We it. Twine, Binders, Mowers and Winner Fanning Mills. Wagons, Dump Carts, Light and Hea vy Drays, (Jity Teaming Geaj'S. 1233 Second Avei South Tudlhope-Anderson Co., Ltd. Telephone 1464 BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST GUARANTEE COMPANY ACTS AS: TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ARMINISTRATOR ASSIGNEE AND RECEIVER MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGES AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED INSURANCE: EMPLOYERS, GUARANTEE Conybeare Block f 4. S Hjxton Lethbridjc, Alia Manager VETERAN MINISTER'S VIEW 1 Rev. Dr.' MoDonougb, tliii Ins diamond jubjloa 'In the ministry, "wrote to the London conference his satisfaction tbaf. Misth odlsm has been prevented from com nlitting denominational suicide wit] the :feignad' oup of union. OF CANADA: PiU-tp Ctftoattttn A Joint Account m the Uniom Bank of Canada, is the best place for the family funds. Either of two or more persons can deposit or withdraw money as deaired a convenient arrangement. In. case of death the balance gees to the survivor without any legal formalities. Ask the Manager about this form of Account, LETHBRIDCE BRANCH GFtASBY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNINQ, Maniger A. B. KINO, Act'g. h.najer M Ihruduetle. St. E.C. M: d.H.C. HAJII SMITH. Munif THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. YOUR LAND BUYERS! 'Write us -for cash payment and 'terms oh large antl small tracts "fti. dir- ect line of 'the :LethbrJdgft' ahtf Weyburn extensions, ATLANTIC-PACIFIC LAND SYNDICATE Minneapolis, Minn. Farmers did v i ,not Like 11 (Continued irom -ironfc Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes B.9 FOR FtmTirEH INFORMATION APTLY TO Lethbridge Branch C. G. K.. Nourse. Mgr, The greater part of tho morninj session was taken up with a discus si on of the clauses of the roport o the committee on constitution, of the British Coluriibii Federation of Labor was followed with modifications suitable to eontl tions in Alberta. The Federation ;wil have a president, six vice-president and a secretary'and will constitute the executive and leg islative committees. There was only discussion on a few clauses. Two or three delegates 'wanted .tire officers of the -convention popular vote b> the memberscliip a large, hut had little support. There was" considerable, discussion on the clause referring requests for legislation and reforms to nominees of political parties, and that tho nom inee give his promises In writing Messrs. Lavlnue 'and Ritchie were atiojigly averse to dealing with the individual nominee. They wanted the piiiu contention to give the ans wers. instruct the candidate and sign the piomlses Mr also ed the candidate to be corn-polled'to sign a document agreeing to resign if lie bis pledge. Mr. Clem Stubbs championed the leport, and made some, stinging re marks about the attitude didates In the provincial bye-election n Lelhbrldge last October, both can- didates being dealt with in vigorous iind sjrcnfetic shlu Both candidates tlerlarod to be "delightfuih in lefinite' when it cunr to "deciding' on ,i question oi property CT human icings." The amendments were defeated, ..nd the report .curried, with Lavinne and Ritchie going on record against t The only platform presented by the lommittce wna The Alberta Provincial Federation jf Labor is organized for the nur- >6se of, and-he-roby .declares Us ob- ject to be: Tho protection of ami tho ndvnnc- hiB of the iiiteresls of "the wealth prciliicers of the province." EARL GREY OFF FOR SOUTH AFRICA London, June Grey, Coun- less (Irey and daughters, sail for South Africa loday lo .dedicate Ihe Memorial at Cape. Town, ROOSEVELT SAYS IT'S A FIGHT TO A FINISH (Continued from front CnJIfornU Indignant Sail Francisco, Cal., Juno Republican State Central coinniittco sont the following telegram yesterday to Victor RoBewator, chairman of tho National eom'inittew, at Chicago; 'Tho Central coin- mltteo of California denounces your shairuiful nUernnt to ntiKoat two lyoB-eVelt delogutes...elected by a ma- jority: of votes. Every decent Republican in the. State, be he for Tuft or for Roosevelt, is astounded at the political piracy. "The election of the entire Republi- can' delegation was never questioned in, California- A rictftiona controversy; was created solely and alone by Pat-i rick Calboun, Indicted here with Abi Ttuef for bribery uutl franchise thefti in California. Yon have sanctioned and ratified similar thefts "Bluff, Bulldoze and Bluster" Chicago, 111., June of the Taft headquarters today issued a statement containing a warning ag ainst the: "bluff, bulldoze and blust er" of -the Roosevelt forces. "From tins time until the noinina tion of for Presiden by the Republican National conven said the statement, "every ef fort will be made by ih.e followers 01 ilr, .Roosevelt to-sweep delegates of] their feet by bulldoze and bluster. "The coming of .Mr., Roosevelt to the 'headquarters hole! swarmed with arguing ser pplitieians and .-hangers-on, Kvcry now and'then from the'sub- dued murmur of ifiscussioh that swept) the-room, there'would arise the voci- ferous tones of an indignant excites! delegate denouncing' the candidate he He have no trouble iindmg ,111 opponent, and soon the two would h'e shouting arguments, didacic or' profane to the entertain- ment of a half hundred who coultl get .within, hearing, distance by'climb- ing on sofas or desks Several times the bystanders forced lo interfere with men whose feelings were growing a little too often the argu- ments broke up when louder voiced enthusiast in another part of the room started a stump speech for his favorite candidate. Late last night; a squad of Roose- velt supporters filed into the lobby armed with megaphones and a new Teddy' song. They lined up at one end of the room and attempted their vocal firewoilcs Jeers and hoots iom the Taft supporters extinguish eti them The attempt to sing degen- eiated into a cheering contest and soon the rival squads swinging through the lobby arm in aim elbow- ing, pushing and shouldering their wav through the cro-M (I Pandemonium uroKe loose and for a time the entire lobbv seethed with a cheering hat mob Cher in one corner a soli tar} special police man placed on.duty'for the occasion; leaned u earth against ,1 pillar In impromptu mass r.eetmg held at Tait headquarters during tlte and- for .nearly anrhour formv ir icpresentalne Bede of Min- nesota, harangued about one hundred icn. Created Sensation A letter, written Ohailes Banks, one of the negro Taft delegates at arge fiom Mississippi, to H of the Taft headquarters; announcing he would support Hoose- Special Bargain For 20 days in good business property CORNER REDPATH AND 12th fee! on 125 on street, unr, good 8 rccr.; fully modern house, rented for S45 00 per month. This IB without doubt, the best buy In the city, today. Priori J Terms balance In 6, 12, IS moaths. Ferris Ransom ALBERTA Barn, Roof Elevator Paint C.F.STEPHENS ftND VAPNISH'MAKtRS 'INNIPEC.CAMADA Ten Acres for Sale Fhe iicro blocks, and 216, Mouiing- idp. subdivided into 96 lots Oiio-ijimrtor balance terms. W1UTE BOX 22, IfERALD Lund Land Dev't Co., Ltd. Lund, President, HEAD OFFICE CJiAjOEOOK, B.C. See us'about land's iu Ilie Beautiful Kootcnay Valley Orchard and Garden Tiacts Grazing Lands O Visit Our Experimental 1'arins at WARDNER, B. C., MABYSYILLE, B. C. REPAIRS For your Antoniobile, pump, boiler, steam or gas engine. LATHE WORK A SPECIALTY NIVEN BROTHERS Thomjn Nive'n MACHINISTS Alex. Nivsn 517_Flfth Street, ther, 'The that I can cithct as tenants, wage be 01 h.nt. been bought ure known to Ueiks, etc, ant! whose credit in up SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIDQE Hayr Hdw. Co, iclt and uas rctuining the moncv iilaceil in his hands at suggestion to travelling cv- icnscs pi some of the delegates trom "Mississippi, gnen out tonight by Senator manager of the Roose- relt campaign and created a sensation it'political circles. The letter was unaccompanied by m explanation trom the managers, 'urther than that "Senator Dlxon eceived at Roosevelt 'headquarters his afU'j noon a copv of a leltei sent oihn lo W B McKinle> -Mr. Banks and his associates on i'aft delegation'at large were seated ij thr notional committee against lie protest of Roosevelv contestants n the state The letter alleged to been written to Mr McKmley ij Mr Banks said in put "In iceping with my. suggestion of yes- terday I ara reluming to heit- the., money placed in my hands at suggestion, to traxel- ling expenses of .some of the dele- gates from Mississippi. It is appar- ent that some one connected with you has been trying to discredit me before (he country and my people for some time. "When I was in Washington a few weeks ago" looking after the new federal building from Mississippi add cailod at your headquarters, your assistant without any suggestion from me brought up the matter of expenses for delegates froni mv state. I told him, then, ami .there in your presence that so far as I was concerned I would not .accept any ex- pense money whatever. ou ilun pioposerf thai I take enough for the. rest of the. delegates. stated to you that, they; were all turn uho could gel lo Chicago ami vou could look .after :the mailer here Both of that .lie matter be closed llien to which 1 Mr Hanks said in tht' letter that hr icached C hirago last rsdaj 1 e learned thai son coup had nformed Uin Mississippi delegates hat, "ypii.'hnri given mo a lot of money for them as well ns for my- self." lln, adds thai. "I am rnlurning you lieicttitb the joii can'do; as jou choose with it." He addb fur- ju uiurue and unfounj't'd by no one ettei than ilmsp connected your campaign, as Hiosse of four asked anv I cent and never applied the thousands is not a partv la' allow or set of nrzn, to buy him with a few hundred dollars'" Ihe letter savi, "I shall say nofch of jou foi I cent and never applied ing Of conditions which for an office. the contention issued instructions V man worth or until the latter require u But no his own right, elected, by his onn n.ember of the delegation from Mis- peoplc to a position as secretaiv and sissippi will sar with justice or con- the Anv handling nearh for this-ort be ence that I was elected on at one time, and with strength of or allmnced with hundreds of people in Ins emploVj particular candidate A Dirty Carpet Or Clemn Feinted Floor! WHICH IS BETTER? M KNOW -ki.b YOU BVCB wktck LOOKS the KKBP .1. ta urtking thM ftimt- It tvrlmtt til of