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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL I. LCTHBRIUQE, ALTAI, THURSDAY, JUNE It, ItOI NO ELECTIONS BY THE REPUBLICANS WillisonTo ProridcnHal of Will Not Be ChosenUntil Tomorrow Fair- banks Will Not Riin For Vice- Chicago, June hats, handkerchiefs, papm, anything that could be seized upon to add to the turbulence of the scene and amid.the tumult the band struck up but the crash of the drums was completely lost in the babble which swelled from throats. For the first minute Senator Lodge stood wailing to pro-. ceed, occasional? raising his hand for silence, only to awaken a deafening yell twice louder than before. Five minutes passed, and instead of abat- ing the uproar was increasing. The sergeant at amis moved up a chair for the presiding officer and S ator Lodge sank back to await a lull in the storm. Five minutes, ten minut of the 53 members of the resolu-' ,5on committee, and asked whether sideration and many members evinced I convention would take the report a disposition to ,oppose it, notwith-1 if the committee or that of the Dem standing the provision was agreed tol >cratic doctrine of Wisconsin. K O. F. OFFICERS Toronto, Out., Juno Su- preme Court of the I. O. F. this af- ti'nioon .elected the following, officers: S. C, R., Elliott G. Stevenson; P. S. C. R., Victor Morin; S. V. C. R., Jo- seph D, Clark; S; S. R. Mathieson; S. T., H. A Collins, who was opposed for the supreme treasurer which he has held for 35 years, by five aspir auts He was re-elected after two bal lota. Nashville, Tenn., June state democratic convention today el- ected delegates to the Denver con- vention and for Bry- an. John A. Johnson was second- ed for vice president. Jackson, iliss., Juno. rTein. ocrutic state convention of Mississip- pi today, unanimously instructed del- egates to the National .'.Convention to vote for Win. J. Bryan.. TO OPEN WINNIPEG EXHIBITION Strathcona, June Dr. Ru- Uierford, of this city, has been asked to open the Winnipeg exhibition next He and Lieutenant Governor Bulyea will represent Alberta at the Tercentenary Celebration at Que and Dr. Rutherford will open the Win nipeg exhibition on his way east t the greater function. by all members of the sub committee.. including Messrs. Ciane, Payne, Dal zell and Clark who had hitherto oppos ed it. At 1 o'clock the indications were favoraWe for a midnight session, j Afftcd to Tariff Plank Chicago, June 12.30 Governor Hanley, of Indiana, asked !or a separate vote on the minority of publicity of campaign expcn- ;ea and another delegate asked a separate vote on the physical fluctua- ion of railroads and the election of senators by the people. The roll call resulted: Yeas, 38; it was announced that- the committee I naySr 950, thereby defeating the minor hfid agreed to the tariff, the Philip I jty report except on those planks on pines tariff, the currency, the trust [which separate votes will be taken and postal savings banks planks. I All Defeated Fairbanks Won't Run Chicago, June promulga tion of a DEAD ON THE PRAIRIE South Battleford. Sosk., June Maxwell Hardisty of this piaee was fuund dead on the prairie southeast of here yesterday by the police pa- trol.. He is supposed to have bocn thrown out of his rig, his head hit- ting on a stone. He had been to Saska'toon and was returning home when the accident occurred. White Knight Won Gold Cup London, June race for the gold cup was run at Ascot today. W. R. 'Wvmlam's 'Tin- White Knight" was'first; Do Rothschild's Radium got second place; nnd W. M. G. Sing- jrreenr and nutritious ILI -for both cattle and Macleod on -Gxhibit for Dominion o line ..'at Yellow fui r. at Calgary. -Men who haye .fin ._.._ ectLuiiaslic faith in the country on the Soo Jrassi and afte settled upon Southern Allk-rtn as the have the matter in charge, )lace for him. He says there are two This afternoon _the Dr. found that :hancos here to one in Saskatchewan a pest house would .bave to be con- 'or making money. Ho wilt bnsalc striictcd for a contagious case in 500 acres this season and will sow as town.. After tea eighteen. willing much fall wheat -aft possible. workers" gathered and in an hour is one third more land in crop" this the building was ready to be lathed year than there was last season and plastered. district. The general estimate I Granum boasts oE a poet and com- this is that wheat will average -10 but-liols poser, C. E. Bain, to the acre. The real estate men expect the venture is a- very Mr. Bain's latest pretty patriotic 'song, Old Canadian of country between here and Lcthbridgo 4 which, he is responsible fov both mu- to develop rapidly. The country in'sic and words. He has had the that district is- .more thickly settleii song copyrighted and it is receiving and there is more land under culti- a very favorable introduction. Wedded At Knox Church C.P.R. Engineer Weds Local Lady BANKER SUICIDED Aberdeen, June Fawcett, president of the Aberdeen banking cupiiijiny shot himself in the head to day, dying almost instantly. The sui- cide occurred as an officer was near- ing with a warrant chargin misappro priatioti of funds of the hank, to place him under arrest. er's Torponta was third, started. Six horses letter" from Vice President Fairbanks reiterating his irrevocable determination not to again be a can- didate for the office he now heWs, The three planks of the minority report on resolutions, which separate votes were demanded ?ach defeated. The platform by viva voce EARNINGS DECREASE Montreal, June Tnmk earnings for the week ending. June 14, decreased by Tho. earn- ings of the C. P. R. for the snme week decreased Nominations for presidential can- vas the mosl important development I didatcs arc now to of the day in connection with the vice presidential nomination. and Taft Washington, June erery] The clerk is calling the roll for presen- tation. To Be Lieut. Gov. Of B. O As the states were called there was incident in the peat gathering at I no response until Illinois was reached Chicago, flashed to them on direct j when Congressman Broatell took the wires, President Roosevelt and Secre I platform to nominate Speaker Can- tary Taft kept in constant tooch 'today I non. with the Republican National con I A practical agreement to adjotirn- vention. They h'ad a brief conference J ment Cor the day after completing and each wound tip the afternoon by I the nomination ot presidential can- driving into the suburbs while the convention was still in session. AH day tonf the wires brought news of what was happening in the convcn tion. didates has been reached. The effect will be to postpone the vice prcaiden tial nomination until tomorrow. When Congressman BronLell in nominating Cannon, mentioned Presi- dent Roosevelt's name there an attempt at a demonstration but it lasted only a moment. Wsminatc Fairbanks Governor Hanley, of Indiana, took the platform to nominate Fairbanks amid cheers and cries. Hr.n. Charles A. Bokweltor, of In- diana, seconded, the nomination of Fairbanks. Congressman Forleriey of Michigan seconded Canon's nom- ination. Lieut. Govemoi Murphy of Pennsylvania, nominated Knox which seconded by Hon. James A. Scar- let, of Pennsylvania. Ovatitn for Taft Representative Burton was unable to begin his speech nominating Tnft. for some three minutes while the cheering and flag waving continued. 2.17 roll call of States was called until Ohio was reached when the convention broke into an enthus- iastic demonstration. Peterboro, June report is current in Peterboro that the Ottawa government is thinking of appointing Mr. R. R. Hall M. lv- for West Pfter- boro, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia. truih ihere is-in the report is not known but it seems to be regarded ns trustworthy in certain quarters. FASHIONABLE WEDDING Toronio, June- were near- ly six hundred guests at the marriage of Henry Courtney Proctor, eldest son of the late James A. Proctor, ami Miss Florence Kvelyn (Dolly) Kemp, second daughter of A. K. M P. The ceremony look rlace at half past two in Sherhournc street Mt'th odist church and was performed by the pastor, Rev. Mr. Jackson. The wedding gift of Mr. Kemp was a residence in Rosedale. FIRE AT ST. JOHN, QUE. St. John. Que., June out Donaghj were d The ios is about covered by insurance buildings belonging to J. wood and coal company, siroyed hy fire last night. Pincher Creek Lost At Taber Pincher Creek toam was badly dcioated in ;i losely game in Tabor yvstonlay. Just after stirtttl 'h.'ir catcV.or took ill and the whole toam was c'isar- rangcd as a result. Taber did net put" up the arlielo of ball they usual- ly do .but even at that were ablo to take tho long end of n 123 score. 1 Pincher Crock plays here tonight. WORRIES HORSE OWNERS Hamilton, Ont., June pns; ing of the anti-betting .bill in Ne York state has caused a big slump i the thoroughbred market and roan of the owners at Hamilton rnce track will hardly know what to do with their gallopers. The marriage of two of tho city's popular young people, ir.dwiut! Lau- c'nco Jarvis and Alins Mauri Alice avis, boHi of the Hudson's Hay Co. tad took place in Knox 'Church last vcning in the presence of a large oncotirse of people. llev. A. jr. ordon performed tho ceremony., The groom entered the church ac- onipanied by his groomsman, Mr. V. 13. lUichan, and shortly after, he bride entered the' church with Mr. U. Kylands, manager of the Hud- on's Hay Co. who gave her away ind attended by Miss Rose Bissett. he bride was very simply but ele- antly dressed in a tailored suit of white basket cloth with military Lmud trimming and tout-he.s of Cop- enhagen blue and an all-over hire Tier hat. goldt-n brown, with Copenhagen blue wings. She carried a white prayer book. Hiss llissctt wore a white tailored suit with picture hat and pink roses. A plea-sing feature of the service was the marriage chant rendered very effectively by the rlioir. The music for the occasion was rendered by the choir, the congregation joining in two Yesterday afternoon at the resi- dence of Fred Stauffcr, 123-t "Redpath St., tho marriage of Thos. Wilson, C. V. It. engineer of Cranbrook, B. C., and Miss Helen Cameron pf Leth- bridgc, formerly of Owen Sound, Ont. took place in the presence of a largo company of friends. Kev. A. M. Gor don, pnstor of Knox Church official.- ed. The bridesmaid was the bride's sister. Miss Delia Cameron, while J. A. Kennedy, C.P.R. trainmaster of Medicine TIat, supported the groom. After partaking of the wedding sup- per prepared, the happy couple left for Cranbrook where they wilji reside. A large numbeufof valuable presents testified to poL'nils.-'ity of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. hymns. arid .Mrs. Jarvis loft this morn- Girl Goes Back On Her Story Vancouver R. C., June A sen- sation was caused in the" case of George. A. who was found guilty by Judge'Cane a few weeks ago on the charge of coxmsolling abortion ?.nd appeal is now being heard ing ior ilaymoml where they v spend a few dnys visiting his sis? Mrs. Wm. Paris. The fire brigade, of which thc important features, and by 'tbo full court at Victoria. Miss the vonian in the case now confesses that she swore falsely in Liberals Ghost Candidate Bnrrie, Ont., Jnne Sinv coc Liberals yesterday nominated ex- Mayor Wilson of Colingwood for the Commons, in place of Lnghton Mc- Carthy, who docliaoil re-nomin- ation for personal reasons. groom is a prcir.inent member, largely represented. The Hudson's Flay Co. staft and "the clerks' union were out in fuVl force. After the ceremony the happy cou- ple and their attendants drove to the Hub Cofe where a large company en- joyed a most sumptuous and dain- tily prep.-iivd woddimr dinner. The Fire Brigade presented the groom with a very fine leather uphol- stered chair. :ind the Hudson's Pay Co. staff made the young coupte the rorirn'entr- of -i valuable silver service. that Walkem did not counsel her to co to Soattlo to liave an operation performed. She is now recuperating it San Bernardino, Cal. It is likely that the letter written by her will be placed before the minister of justice. CANDIDATE FOR COMMONS Rirtlo, Man., Juno Liberal "jonvvntion for the Koderal consiii- of was bold here night. M. B. Jackson was the unanimous choice to contest the seat gainst 'Or. Roche, the present mem ;