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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta fMonday, ftunc TITE DAILY HERALD Improved Fruit Ranches at Robson, Lower Arrow Lake, B. C. A well settled fruit growing district; dole to C. p. Railway, post ichooli, churchei, lumber mllit. e-tc. 13 cleared, linlanco partly cleared. 3 1-2 acres In fruit, 'I limes. Water record. Three roomed bungalow, good nil now. hake front ugu. Price ?H800. Terms one- cash, balance one, two and'three years; 14 good cultivable. Gentle slope to lake. 5 acres cleared und planted to fruit trees. Spring water piped to house Two storey- dwelling, barn. A high class property. Price Terms, half cash, balance on otisy terms. 13 acres planted to fruit trees. Price Terms balance 10 suit purchusor. Unimproved properties In ten to twenty acres blocks of the best fruit land In thin district., Price acre. Terms 10 per cent cash, bafance ten per cent yearly. Interact 7 per cent. We ihandle only first class properties, if Interested in Koot- enay Frmit Lands, write us for further information. E.B. McDERMID 506 BAKIER.STREET NELSON, B. C. WallPaper Can supply the best papers on a continent. Largo, variety carried in stock. Expert paperhangors to do all -work' Look over our -display of jpaiiers. WELLINGTON BROS. 613-10th 8t. S. Established 1897 .Phone 1472. ft j i Canadian Hub Reorganization Meeting Tomorrow Night at 8.30 oclock Y. .A, AUDITORIUM Everybody Invited LUNATIC IN ON HANDCART MOOES Jaw, Sask., June 1U. An in- etance'of the unfailing resource of the Mounted "Police was shown 'by the ar- rival, in the. city tonight of a con: stable with., a lunatic in charge. The Mounted -man the way from MortlachV -10 miles "on a hand- car, working'. it himself, the madman handcuffed by .his side. The latter is a railroad 'worker of Parlatz, and will 'bo "transferred to Brandon asy- lum. INCREASE IN WHEAT ACREAGE Geo. .Harcourt, deputy minis- ter of says the whcfit acreage in Alberta shows a. 40 per cent, inc-vease, GREAT RECEPTION FOR MR. ASQUITH IMPERIA'L LEADER.. WILL SPEAK AT'DUBLIN JULY 15th, QN 7: HOME RULE Dublin, .June Minister Asquith has fixed the date of July 15 as the date of his visit to .Dublin: The Iritrii people are preparing to give the Premier a .magnificent wel- come. On the day.'of hissarrival here Mr. Asquith'wiil address a meeting in th-a Theatre Royali ttfe largest au toritim Already almost ery seat has been allotted, and ma persons will be disappointed owing the Impossibility of giving tickets all applicants. John Redmond., w preside at thp Dublin demons (.ratio at which John Dillon and Joseph De lin, among other Irish, mem crs Parliament, will' testify to the-feal o-f the Liberal leader to the cause Iris'h Home- Rule. S Mr. Asquith w spend only three an not speak in Belfast as he he first intended. MAY STRIKE CIVIC TAX RATE Tomorrow's meeting, of the City Council promises .to bo one of the most important of the- year. It ,-is probable thai tbe.1012 tax rate will ho struck, Mayor Hatch stated this morn ing- thai the estimates would be reviewed, and it is likely that the final estimates will bo struck which tbe 91 tax rate will bo known tomorrow evening; The paving question will come "up for discussion. Tenders from the paving companies now at work here, have been In tlie haiulg of the Coun- cil for some days, If it is deemed necoBsary lo do the added work this year, the tenders will "h-e awarded without delay, as the Kl-oso Paving Co. will finish UK original contract to- day. Pagcji THESE OLD PEOPLE OWE THEIR HEALTH To Tit Wflutorfil tann Of WANT TO KNOW-ABOUT1'RATS Winnipeg civic authorities are ;wr ing to for information F to the best irieaus of "getting rid t rats. i Trusses Like These Are A Crime Get Rid of Elastic Bands, and leg-Btrapi. Such force'd "fiiouaands'to uh- derejo Dangerous Opera- 'lions Trusses like those shown the belt ami 'leg-strap, elastic and spring- contraptions-sold by drug- stores, aiirglcal supply houses and many .self-Styled "Hernia, Special- life miserable for every body who wears them. when drawn 30.tight you can- scarcely stand to keep them no good what- ever." Instead they often, do immense A squeeze, the rupture, of tea causing In- to the pelvic bone in against the sensitive" spinal column at the back. Truth This ex plained In our free be relieved or can't even be kept.from growing constantly held in place. Just as a broken bone can't "knit" unless -the parts are held securely; together. as a bandage or splint IB the only way a broken bone can be right kind 'of truss is the only thing in. the'.world that can keep a. rupture from coming cut. What a difference it will make when you get that kind of truss. And you can get exactly that kind risking a cent of your .money. It's tbe famous. Cluthe Truss or Cluthe -Automatic Manager. Par than a more than merely a dovico for holding tho rupture in place. SO fiiftercnl fiflOiii GVGrrihlnj? for rupture -that'll hns received IS separate patents. Thousands say it Is as comfortable as Ttlielr clothing." firound'yotir. waist, und no log 'strifpH to chafe, squrexc. or, MM, -.-Self-regulating1, 'acl It Is held In pnsltjon by shift or only (runs In exist- ence Unit Is honestly guaranteed never to lot the rupturt- come out. Sent on 90 Days' Trial to Prove it have HO much faith In tlie Clulho have seen It work wonders for ao many o we want to one rsiieelnlly for your ense and let you wear It at our risk. We'll give you GO days time to ;test It doesn't keep your rup- ture from doming'.out, when you are working and at all other if it doesn't put .an end to the trouble you've heretofore had with your don't get bet- ter the truss Von't cost you a cent. How It Strengthen! and HcaU In addition to holdlnfl the rupture, the CUithft Truss or Cluthe Automatic is constantly ffivlng a aooth- Inflr strengthening to the- weak ruptured parts. All massage goes on all day lone, all .without any at- tention whatever from you. This strengthens just its exercise strengthens a weak so remarkably remarkapiy in 39S cases out of rupture begins to get better from: the-day a Cluthe truss is put on. Tfie World's Greatest Book on Rupture 'Don't go on letting your rupture get spend'u cent on account of your rupture until you get our hook of two cents for a stamp a penny for a bring1 you. This remarkable 82 puges. 21 separate articles, and photographic us over -10 years to us that long lo find out nil the facts we've put In It. It explains the dansera of operations and why they don't always cure to slay cured. Tells the pro- loctlon of the public drugstores should not allowed to sell trussps. J-jxplafns why belt, Hprinir and elas- tic trusses etui do no good. Exposes thu liuinbug "appliances" "phisterM." etc. And without mis- tihftut the Clutlic now It it gives the curing It Is water- It ends aff you can get it on fiO days' elves names ami addresses of over R.OOO people who have tried it and want you lo know about II. Wrltu for It don't put it thlK book may be moans of mid- ing: mjiny yeiirs to your life and of aliettgiit fulnesa. Just use tlio coupon, or simply sny In a letter or postal. "Send me your hook." In wrttlnp us, ploaHe give our CHARGED WITH SELLING LIQUOR SCARLET WOMEN DEFENDANTS IN CASES UNDER REVIEW AT POLICE COURT If the women of the underwc-rld who stand, charged with sfttling liquor .0 minors are proven guilty, Chief Gil- .espie, of the city make a name for himself which will stand as ong as he is connected with tlie civic ife of Lethbridge. going :o have one of the hardest fights of lis career', before he succeeds in es- ablishing his case. This morning, 'before H. Bentley, P., -five of the keepers of the--re-! orts in the restricted area, appeared the- above charge. The "soiled levies" of the .as they ;ave; their name's to, tbe are titty 'Howard, Daisy' Martin, Ethel Corlen'Lewis and Rose Rus- ell, all of them wellknown in police ircles, and also to the Provincial License department. May Howard was the only one 'of the women charged today. The trial has created somewhat of a sensa'tiou in .the segregated area, while "erai. public much 111 CMd ence'as .interested spectators. The 'woman .pleaded not guilty _to the charge; Chief 'Giltespic conduct: ed his own case for the prosecution. One young man, well" known; in': the city, and a minor, being only, seven ,teen years of age, was mentioned in the charge; also was called, and; asked if tie had ever purchased liquor in any houses in answer was a .point -blank "No. Nothing which would lead to aubstan- tiation of the case could be .gleaned from his-evidence. Robert Nimmons, license inspector, who was present..at the trial .of Lulu before V E Itumphnefa JP when the latter, in warning the wo- man, expressed himself, strongly ab- out tire reported sale of liquor to min: MR. N, Jouvvrf OK GKXNDK I.ICNB, "For more tliitn 10 Tears, I suffered with Constipation and Piles. I tried inatiy remedies, but none did me good. After taking four boxes, of "Fruit-a- I am well. I am now over So years of MR. Wii. PiTT, general store-keeper at SHANDY, ONT.t writes "J am 67 years of age and long suffered tortures from due to Stomach Will Republican Elephant Turn on the, Big Rivals (Continued from, front, In this became appar- ent that a. division of the delegates between Col. "oosovolt und President Taft, on Ilia, question of nomhmtlon, dees no hold on any other qncBtion to come before the convention; an was plainly shown by the attitude of the Virginia -Although practically all for the nomination of President Taft. nine of.the Virginia delegates declared they would vote Troubles. I was to try "Fruit- to overrule the action of the National a-tiven'. Jdidsomnd they completely j committee In seating Taft delegates cureu me. nvan WM. PARSONS oi' OTTKRVIU.K, ONT., says am years old and n great believer in SOG a box, 6 for trial size, 250. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-livea Limited, Ottawa. CANADIAN CLUB REORGANIZATION A meeting to re-organize the Canadian Club will be held in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium to- morrow night at 8.30. AH members of the club and those desirous o-f becoming members are, urged >to be present. BOB ROGERS WILL BE THERE Chicago? June of distinguished guests at the Re- publican convention, Hon. Rob- ert Rogers hai a reservation at the Congress Hotel, beginning Monday, and will have a visitor's seat in Col. Harry New >is keeping it for him. It is not any sympathy with steam- rollers, or any need to learn Its working which brings the Min- ister of. the Interior to Chicago. He is Interested to see what the convention committee of resolu- tions 'will do with reciprocity with' the United States, He may even help them to make up their minds. ors, stated that he had heard court's remarks'at that ti-me, and that hey were pretty. much as reported. As far as the actual sale of Hquor, to ors was concerned, did not mow of any cases, and if he had he would. 1me prosecuted Reginding ils duties, he said that he did not work 'with the city police, as he was required to take his orders from ,'the license Department of the province, and any prosecutions under that ;de- lartment. were, conducted by him, A member of the Herald staff was !so called by the prosecution to con- Inn the and text of the re- lort -which appeared in this paper ,nd which'is really responsible, .for hig effort on the part of the police 0 prove whether or not liquor la be ug sold to minors in the dens ia the eat end. The Herald man's eyid- uce was much along the line of .the estimony given by Inspector Nim- OHS. Owing .to tbe absence from the qity f A. K Humphries, who is one of .-the rincipnl witnesses for the prosecu- on, the case was adjourned at.this oint until Wednesday, when ;Mr, umphries will be back. He will, len be to inform the court as 1 the source of his Information .re- arding the sale of liquor to minors, it is quite probable that ill be some startling disclosures Chief Giilesplf? feels that his-de irtiuent has had the necessity of ther proving tlie contention, or en- rely disproving it, thrust upon it, nd will make every effort to do so. it is proven, there promises to be ir on the red light district. In fact, is altogetiier likely that the area 1) be cleaned up, ns it has been in algary, for it has given the police great deal of trouble during the .st few weeks ESTABLISHING A WIRELESS SYSTEM AMBITIOUS LETHBR1DGE BOYS WHO ARE WORTHY OF GREAT ENCOURAGEMENT Two clever Lethbridge .boys. Jock Waddell, aged 14 years, son1 of J. W Waddeli, the well-known local tea uian, and Ralph Waddington, aged 12 years, son 6-f. Frank Waddlngton, auctioneer, are at present erecting a wireless station, comprising three wire aerials over which messages can be sent five miles, and received thirty miles. Young Waddlngtoh lead wire is connected up.'to his in strument in a tent in the garden a his home, and he ia busy mastering the continental code. The other boj "WaddeU, is at present installing hi instrument in bis room at hig home over Roosevelt delegates from Cali- fornia, Texas and Washington. This sentiment among arriving del- egates was seiz-ed upon quickly Jay Col. Roosevelt and his advisers, who have determined to attempt to break down President Taft's strong hold In the convention through the medium of A Clever The Roosevelt managers purpose -to focus the fight the minute the conven- tion bus been called to order by pre- cipitating a> roll-call, in which only those delegates whose .seats are un- doubted by Col. Roosevelt shall vote. The Roosevelt men shall exjwct to achieve this end by demanding a roll call on the temporary chairmanship at the that .cornea up before, the convention. There Is have'Governor Johnson of California cast twenty-six votes for that State on" the question. This ac- tion, Governor Johnson, it is "ex- pected objected to by.two'Ta delegates' from the -fourth Califorul district. This Juncture will be grasped b the Roosevelt flob'r leader as.one'up on which to get the "expurgated vote of delegates.; Floor leaders w.i move at once-thai-the. temporary ro as made up.-by the National .coraini te-a be rejected, mfd.: tharfa.substitut roll, including-seventy or eighty-dele gates claimed by.'Col. Roosevelt wi be adopted. In thus submitting the matter o debated, 'seats to the convention ei bloc, none the delegates af'ectei -by: the contests could vote on thi and- the "Roosevelt men he that such a poll give then the upper hand m organization o the convention, i Storm Centre Victor.'Rosewater, of Nebraska, the chairman of the National committee became the storrii centre' of this phase of the fight, as soon as the plans of the Roosevelt leaders: wen perfected last 'night. In. his capacit} as chairmaii, Mr. Rpsewater will the convention to order, and will dc cide whether to entertain it or re fuse the. jnotion of the Roosevel men to consider a second list of dele g-it.es. The plan is revolu tionary, and Mr. Rosewater may in sist upon waiting' for the report of the committee 'on credentials, which usually would not come up for con- WHAT is the use of our tryjng to sell you any other kind? It would be foolith policy.. want your trade next year just as much as'we want it this wtv therefore" Belt only the BEST llme'--lime'that last's'. Try a small quantity, and become a of our reliable line. Farmers' Lumber Co.Lld- Operating Yards In'Southern Albertij See our big sign "HIE LETHBBID6E LUMBEK YARD" The yard tlie material is under cover The boys are gradually assembling the, various instruments, required Trouble at the present time exists on account of the arc lamps in the neigh borhood, where the wireless appara tus is located. It is expected, how ever, that in two weeks time more in struments will be added to, the'equip meut, which will materially aid in overcoming the difficulty. Lads Ambitious Waddell and Waddington, the Leth- bridge boy wireless operators, arejof an ambitious turn of mind, and ye't they are not forgetting the revenue producing side their venture. The boys will shortly apply to. the Agri cultural Society for permission to erect a wireless station, on the Ex- hibition., grounds, to he used during the fair season During tbo Dry. Farming Congress sessions the .wire- less will be again brought Into use. The lids lie anticipating a busj time 'when their station: ie.-cqmplet- ed. Meantime, they are both work- ing with might and Jnain' towards the completion of their hopes. Both boys are studiously inclined, and: their lat- est venture will be looked upon with pnde and interest by the people of this city. DR. 8YMONDS ELECTED June Dr. Sym- onds, rector of Cathed- ral, was today elected chairman of the Protestant school-board of this city. V V V PAT BURNS SELLS MINE BOX COMPANY 125 East 23rd St., New York city Send mo j'tmr free Book on The Cure or Ituplure. Name.......................... Vancouver, Juno The Rothschilds are reported to he (he purchasers of the San Fernaud-o mine, in Mexi- co, owned by Pat Burns, the entile king. The latter la said to Imvc received v Well Fed Men Arc Happy Those v> lio puti on us ad GOOD jiirnK vcfi and nil no Our inf.niis nvn nl flic New York Cafe 5tliSt., IstNorlhof llijon Thealre sideration! before Wednesday Rosewater conferred with Col. Roosevelt ;in regarding this question and- others "late last night, but is..said to have declined to give an he ha-il -further time in which to' consider the matter. The chairman held a conference 'with oth: er members of the National commit- tee today, and it said thnt the Roosevelt plan met' with stubborn opposition Members of the commit tee were reported to have insisted that the chairman follow the usual procedure, and the strict rules of the committee in relation to temporary organization. Hold Their Own Convention Unless the Roosevelt leaders get this vote on the contests at once, it is said that they plan to force tho; issue further by immediately 'moving I PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Will from the 'Revlo Co It'i the aniwer. SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED PROMPTLY The Revlo Co. ind .1260V-3rd Avenue South to meet everjon-e of the 1.Q78 dele gates to the convention He plans to speak to each delegate Tonight at uth a purh of settlers from' j injured when a freight train eastern Canada Last >ear the rec- ords fiom eastcin Canada ucre As a icsull 1hc provincial cinment in the have become altte in the situation and are noiy work- ing to keep vthclr; at home and to attract from the states. old-country Smci Mr Maillrtt has been repre- sentms the Alberfa in Montreal, theie has been a great change m the tendency of the immi- gration Ubcrta has come into her Excitement at headquarters of' own, and theic is indication toth sides and In hotels increased lironghout the day, and in som-e quav- ers, of the'cky detectives and police re needed to prevent personal clash- s between were so ngry as to be swept beyond control he day was the. most exciting that as proceeded the opening of the Re- publican National conwntion in many years. The atmoBphere was so tense with- charges and-rumors of varying kinds, an9 -leaders themselves down ito. a point; of physical exhaus- tion by almost: and state dele- gates in line.': Caucuses of-fltafp. rtftlfirfiMnns in an' avalanche, as there hail been but caucuses until-today. These .caucuses were, depended upon to a considerable degree to give a line up of, the, strength of. the delegates on questions aside from the Presidential nomination. Col. Roosevelt arranged for a recep- tion this afternoon, at which he hopes that for the next fen this PLOUIICC will a consUnth in- creasing share of therimmigration-; lo I lie west. s While it is Mr, Maillett-'s -business to work for the province :as a whole, .states that northern Alberta oc- cupies a much, larger, place in the waa blown from the tracks train was.sent frcni here, and return- ed late at with the injured. TAFT VETOED THE MONEY BILL Washington, D.C., June Preiident today vetoed tho appropri- ailon bill. He returned the bill Congrees with a nieeaagc Indicating hls'dliappraval of the leglsiatlve pro- vision which would oust ill Wood, of the Staff, on 4 next. KINGSTON LADY DIAD Mrs. Wm. Bropliy, widow of. Aid, lirophy Is dead at Kingiton, .tfti SS. ALEXANDRA HOTEL W. J. STOKE3, .J. H. LEE, MOST UP-TO-DATE HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ALBEUTA Strictly European, Up On your next viilt to Ltthbridge itay it the Alexandra BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEON, 12 to ;