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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, .Tune IS, 1012 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Ice Cream and Strawberry Social '-'OX Thursday Evening 'Xd.xt Qn Mr. W. L. Wilson's Lawn, 3th Ave. ,iV. II nil or tiu1 i. d.i till! Independent Order of Good Templars Everybody Welcome DECORATING FOR THE CONGRESS June JS, JP12. To tbo Property Owners and BiiHliiesQ tilon of Lothliridge: The Special .Committee on De-' corations for, ttio Inlcruational .Dry-lVurailufi Congress wishes Lo nnnopnco that, it lias entered inLo a contrncL ivltli the AVostern Fire Works Company of Denver, Col., Uio-. best Known and beat -decorating linns in Am- (o act ns the official dec-' ornlors-'for 'this committee for the .week of Che Congress and Ex- Previous' ,to the Congress, rc- preBenth fives !of this firm will- corao to LethbrldgG to arrange .delulls in c'onnection" piiolic and private decorating. They will bring complete supplies, such as' the nags ot all 'nations, Canadian and British flags, the official Congress colors, green and white white and blue bunting Biifllcieiit to -mike Lethbrldge tbo- best decorated convention towii in .the.hifitory.rir the Congress.. In order' to preserve, the sym- metry or the decorations and gen- eral color scheme throughout the city, we ''urge you Lo co-operate, with the committee by making. your arrangements -with- the above named llrm. The- Western- Fire Works Com- pany. Is 'going to 'Considerable ex- pense to prepare our special dec- orafions for -this occasion, arid your co-operation -'vrill be' appro- ROOSEVELT HINTS AT BOLT Yours very truly, A. v. GIBBONS, 'Chairman Decoration Committee. WILL HAVE THEIR OWN COLLEGE SASKATCHEWAN- BAPTISTS DC- CUINE :TO- BE. TAIL-ENDERS TO.'MANITOBA Saskatoon, .June.. tlic con- runlion last night, the Baptists of. Saskatchewan endorsed an educational policy by which educational jTiattci.s lie handled, Baptist Board Q[ 'Kducali-ri.. North HaUicfo'cd and Weynurn .huvc made offers of tree 'sites foi" acail '.Piny. r Tim'Manitoba convention and the Brundon college .governors 'ivcrt eager -that .Saskatchewan [Japti.sLs should co-operaLe''.with thrni in re- fusing Ip'endorse; the-11011 :v outline-'! by Lhc Principal. 01 Hrmilnn col- and RcY. J. C. now-dt-ii oE Win nipcg, presentedi''theft cas? '.to Ihc convention, but their cvei !ui c-5 v.' .not acceeded to--, But his Force Will Fight to a Finish at. the Convention Chicago, June Tuft hoad- qunrlc-TE Issued BlutcmeiiU tonight duclnrlng (hni nearly nll.of dt'lc- .gnles claimed by the Roosevelt peo- ple ns liaving over lo Uielr side todny, luul signed pledges of. fealty to Tart. An Interesting sidelight, of the tense situation wafl'ihe action of tbo.lloone- velt Oklahoma -delegation in defeating by IS lo a n motion to blud tho dele- gates. "I 3 in not said Mr. Roose- velt, when asked ahout the plans for his friends for 'when the first teat of our atranglh will come. 1 believe that our general, plan ol campn'g11 carried oui It IE possible that iho ;flrat test vote conic on tho election of a tejii- porary Senator DIxon, head of the Hoosc- velt campaign, siient .hours talking with Southern delegates, many of hem negroes, and tonight reiterated liis claini thai mauy of the Taft dele- gates hurt come over to flooflflVolt'. "They arc-coming to us In bunch- decliired Senator Dixon. -'.'But f am not. going'- to .make jmbllc the names of our converted delegates. If we let it be known who our dele- gates arc, the. Taft fellows would be sifter them, and malte trouble; Tor them. "But'3'pn can put il 'down we will control the. organization, and. nomin: ate Iloosevolt.' We think.'we wJU mime Senator Borah for temporary chairman In place of Mr.- Root. We will have-at.least forty-two, majority for Roosevelt: ior tlic nomination." The TaTt people, last night, selected former Representative James Watson, of Indiana, as their floor lender, to match HIB wit :and parliamentary knowledge with 'Gbvcrnor'lladley, of Missouri! Doth chieftains will have] a.atnff of aesl.itants constantly a.L his, FRANCE- LOSES GREAT MAN Paris, June Lerroy Beaulleu, director.of the Innitute oC France, :dled', yeilerday, He was born.In 1842. ;M.'Leroy Beaullmi was closely identified >lth the peace move ment. .He was an extenBlva writer.. DEAD -Dr.' W. Lane of Mallorytown, is dead, aged 66. v. side, and some shrewd moves arc e pected. t Will. File a, Incidentally, ;.tue Roosevelt: ity. members of the National comm tec are preparing a protest to file b fore the committee, on credenLia when If comes; to pass upon ,tb.e cc tested seals. The most vigorous figh will be'made .in Lhe cases of tlie .delegates from th'e nlath 'Alahain district, and two frohVthe -'oiirtli "Ca Cornla, autl all of the Roosevelt de gates "In the Texas and WasUIngti delegations ;.TMs 'protest, will be taken to (.he floor ot the co veritlon. If defeated in all their prellminai moves, the Roosevelt forces will co tinue their fight the report the committee on credentials, and o Senator Hoot for permanent' "clmi .man.- Every move''In-the TafL nr 'gramme will 'bo 'stubbornly contes will only be na a last r sort that a bolt, of conve tlon In the convention ...hall. will I RQQt ,W3H III prospective ston centre of the fight, wa ill Inst. night, and under the care a physician. He. cquld speak ly above n whisper, but hoped to b io condition, to niake-tbe opening m dress. of what is expec Led to 'prov the most momentous gathering of th Republican party In national con clave. One thing appeared .certflin las night, that ii to be a. bol It Is a long way. off, and will onl come after every expedient of'E and parliamentary practice ho been exhausted. The element among-the Rooseve) supporters who .counselled modera Lion among iheir associates had Hi satisfaction of apparently defeat lug the plan to force a motion for th nomination of Theodore Roosevelt unoment Actlng-CbuJrmaii Rose .water' should, refuse to .entertain the 'proposition ,of, submitting to. the con ventlon a Roosevelt list.of deletes lor. ihe district reported by the Na tlonril committee. Fight to "a Flnrih Although Col. .Rooievelt, In hli ipeech at the Auditorium uime ai suggesting a possible holt as at any time during hit campaign, ii had been tentatively decided by Llic Rooievelt londc-rB to fight lo .Lho end, through nil .of tlic pivrllnmonUiry ciiannoiB opon lo them before taking any radical atcp. Col. .Roosevelt asserted LliaL Lhe nion ffniidiilontly put on the roll the dishonest, acilon of the mnjorlly o( the National eommlUoo must not bo allowed Lo vote on Iheir own or io vote on one an-jtlier's. Then lie aiKloil: "It la-Ihe duly of all .honest members of the convention to fight that actlon'Troiii the moment the convention aBB3mblcB. H IB our duly to the rank find flle.ot tlie Re- publican party, It Is our duty to the pooplo of this, coimiry to Insist that' no action of the com-eJitlon which Is j bnseil on tlic votes of these fraudu- lently listed delegates by Lho Repub lican party or Imposes any obligation upon any Republican, A Straight Steal "The majority of' the National com- mittee have acted with deliberate dis- honesty; a majority composed nearly half of poHticiiujB from lerrilories and States that never cast a republi- can electoral vole, and nearly half of ihem politicians wh'o liave just been repudiated fit opon primaries by the people of their own States, .has stolen from the 'rank and flic of the Republicans sixty to eighty lawfully elected delegates, has subfltiLuted for Ihem an equal number of fraudulent delegates, not elected by the people, and claims the right to nullify the of the people by placing those fraudulent delegates on the tempor- ary roll cull of .the convention with the hope of. ther.eby controlling It- In Lhe Interest candidate and'of [he whom the .people have just, now emphatically, .repudiated "This aUempt to bind the conven- tion by an act or deliberate dis- lionesLy, attempt to defraud ot their the plain citizens of 'the Republican party, by the bosses whom that party has Just repudiated, brings in question certain elomentary prl pel plea which lie at the foundation not pnly, of party procedure, and party- organization, hue of free' government and social order. 7 TEE (CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WAI-KEH. C.V.O.. LI..D., D.C.L.. Prcildcnt AUtXANDER LAIRD JOHN AMD 'Gmwal Mmramtr Aiililuit Gcneril CAPITAL, REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES IsMied'by The Canatlinn Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to provide himself wilh funds without delny at each point of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They arc issued payable m every country in the world in denominations of V i with (he exact equivalent in the moneys of the princip.-il countries .tinted on the face of each cheque, .They arc economical.' absolutely safe self- identifying' and easily negotiated. Lethbridgc Branch C. G. K, Noursc. Mgr, The Only'Judge "I hold that the convention is ol' right the only judge of the qualifi- cation of. its own .members. The disr credited politicians making' up the majority of the NaMonal committee, with .the determination to nullify-the will of .the people, ;have -substituted for duly 'elected delegates, certain .members who -the slightest claim, to seats In ihe" "A1 committee .composed of bonbr- ablo men, .who have voted on. every case strlcLly on its merits, have.'in each case-, protested strongly against the action of the majority, showing beyond .the shadow of .a. doubt 'that the men thrown; off -tbe temporary roll-by the majority are'entitled .to Beats, by every consideration of'.law and morals. "I have care-fully cxtunmed' facts -say to ,that there is no element of douht men ia ciuefiUan were lawfully choseii by the 'people, knd pf'the majority, to.-un- it.- them represents nothmg "but naked' theft, carried on with the sole and evil purpose of dishpueatly sub- sUtutiug the, will-of the boaaca for the delberately' expressed of the people. It is for the .conven- tion-itaelf to decide these .cases. by the convention, I mean ihe" law- illy elected members of the conven-. tion. The men fraudulenLly putVon1 the temporary roll by the 'dishonest majority of National committee must, not be allowed to on their own cases, arid to allow the ciarles of theft to vote on one anoth- T'S case is, ot course, to allow them -sally to vote on tbelr own ivery consideration pi', real juE.Uce.we .re entitled, to those .peak, who were elected, by the peo- ple, put an, ihe roll call. But not ask this. Although re are !Ue: prlvsd of our Just rlghta "when nen are not. allowed to vote from the legltming, we ask merely that neith: :r seL of. contcalnnta be allbweri- lo pote on any nueslioii before the cou- entton, until (he thousand -members f the convention, whose seats have ot been contested shall themselves ecids which of. the contested dcle- aLes arc entitled' to', membership. What He.BellevcB- "I believe that even with the ad- Itlori of elegntee, n a substanlial minority of the.con- ention, and I not merely b-elleve, I now, that we have a large majority the legally-electnd members of the onveution. The qu-eiition Involved in he action of tbo National committee ci "vastly more importance than nomination or 'thu nomination of y -man, The 'whole system of the orrupt allisnce between crooked ieas, nnd crooked politics is at ake in tho malting up of this tem: orary roll. U has been made" up rookedly by tho majority of the Na- onal commlltce, with the pUrjWBe of erpeluallng the rule of the corrupt olltlcal boss, even- when tlie people ivc declared against him. "The mnu nomlnatod by Lho >Ja- onnl commltlee aa temporary clialr- an, whoever he may he, must under ese circumstances be considered as erely an Instrument chosen by um (o put In purposes, such n be be oot or any out clae, and whatever Biouj Theatre L. H. UHL, Sole Manager The coflloit, .most up-to-date lioiua lu TlioV aemo of projection perfection flu TO-NIGHT June 17 and 18 Mat is it? .COME AND SEE 'Remember Wedneiday and' Thursday1 Next June 19 and 20 The Four Dare Devils 'Ono.'of the moal. deliglilful subjects erer produced, guai-an- tecd the best, you ever saw. Pricti, Ad'jUt 15ci Children lOc WATCH OUa SCREEN FOR FUTURE SURPRISES I Special UNUSUAL "The Coolest Thciitrc In Town" POSITIVE PROOF NOVEL A thrilling- snd life Mko Western drama, well acted, amongst beiutlrul scener> Thin Ji a picturo tlmt is remarkably full of exciting Incidents. -It Js' Is good. PTATX' HWTl-'lt'S A Plcluie that cjn IB in UgoriltlUg and aatlafjlng (Seeing la believing) THE PATENT HOTJSEKEEPFR- H.iB'.an, and that will -V of pliotogriphy.-cleVer act- ing, anil "Scenic Effects" oi the very beat. "AHE YOU LOOKING" The Victoria Cross FRIDAY AND SATURDAY You never i better picture thin IS UNIQUE -AND. GREAT. Magrath Out (Continued from fuonl his previous career-r-lGtwilling to. ac- cept an election by aid of those fraud- ulently selected .delegates, he at once becomes th-e representative of forces which no honorable man, no loyal Jle- puhlican can to see triumph, whether. Vithib the parly, or in our national life. The; big evil politicians who'are a curse to their land, derive the their strength from the fact'that in any crisis, a number of'respectable men, although they ex- pose the .-evil, do IL feebly, and (inro not carry1 the -fight- to the end.1 We are they, who ln-thle fight are. not feeble, and Intend to carry tbo fight'to-the-end. >We ask- that, be- fore; the convention proceeds to -or- ganize, groups of contested dele- gates stand and allow their title passed: upoib by the re- maining uncontented delegates. That be not.onlyrin strict accord with comm on. ..sense and Justice, but in ac- cordance with the practice prevalent under the' rules cfv Congress in the organization of the House in the mat- ter bf'contested suite at the headquarters' Roosevelt tliie moniing received .from New Tbe, Colonel ghook hands, and chatted with each Individ 'uaLpdelegate., -Vfter the, Masgachu setts delegation bad vlsfted. the Col onel, .Matthew of, an- nounced.: that, th-a eight dejegaies-at larec State, i.who had -re riounced Coh Roosevelt- iii favor ol President Taft, would vote for Rbose velt: In'view of the tactics of the National committee, in deciding cbn- tesis ins'other gales-at-largo From MaHachusetts.M'i" vote for: the Colonel.' {who ftrc.mcu of hraius, could demand J M, or jnort r djy afc a position tlic cily, and you figure out David EL Lou extended'tlic further, your prollt and lose .in" v.buc mind appreciation of LcUibridgc and.prais- now "many of you make i .and :1 the spirit of Magratli with which how many ol you naste sums he. was familiar'after several years through lack ol methods--that, a busi- of residence there, and., he predicted, ness man follows and through'lack of that Llic Garden City would carry economy and' the uastc on tlie farm away some of-.the finest silvcrwarc.f ligure that to feed a horse does was 'hung up by. t-hc Congress. not cdsi you an> thing, and yet, you J. W. McNicol responded to a toast-forget, you might get U5 per lo the ladies, paying a tribute .to the ton for that verj same forage beauty of Magratli .which surrounded your farm. You do not that the.visitors and lo the excellent ol you let go to hours at Lliat; on the- ancMel prairie and scicral of Ihc ears loat you would have lo paj a large, sum the trail, hut all eventually reachel a scaso'1 for a to home, in the small hours ol the HIOTQ- )OU not fJEUie lhaL iOU' JI1S anri delighted witM the .viands .served, Ladies Had Meeting 'A 'musical entertainment followed, of dollars through not [ing ol' live slock on the 01 tho grain field. comprising several, songs-by the Glee 1 management today one ot CluU- anil the ladies quartette- oi thc most important factors m suc- Magralli, anil'then the ladies organ- Cesij. and Ihc-Congress is making Ms ired a mt-cting ol their own to dis- one ot Us best features ;uss preparations, for' a large delepa- "yonti of you should make it a poini tion to thc International Congress ol bc evcrj nactmg jield Farm-Women and to'organize a'.local thc ConKress aux'ili.irv, n .neighborhood club other organizations for the improvc- ncnL oF--hoth young and old- Fred Downer extended.- a nearly invitation to- the ladies of fecl that you cannot afford to pay for Lo visit iluring the week of the Congress. Mrs.--John T. Burns told -of the .aims of the Congress and the arrangements .thai' were hcing made for. thc. convention. airs. -McKillop, Gordon and Miss spbke.: Meeting of Men The nicn'y meeting was held at ibc the.trip. Electric Light Plant Sliows a Good Profit (Continued tram trout and in October Ii jou rannot tide, and have not, the .railroad-, farcv.'do Mrs. i.6 conic if 3 ou. have to w vcrv .and your blankets, for ifo sclioolhousc: was attrndcd by unJcvncath tlic sky. We .will endeavor to make fed'at home', and furnish you every convenience." Prof. .'W. -i-i; Pairfield" spoke deca of Ihc lands .left fallow while ..the moisture was Ihe ground ;nnd the conscnafclon fXTAL TORNADO .Beatrice, June from- the scene oE tornado in Gage and Lancaster. counties show tuat at least one I If and prohably t'wq; WCTQ lost. Mrs.- .Ideus was. Instantly killed near Adahis-when her house. was blown Her .daugli: 'tar'iviis fatally injured. dwelling house.' of Emil Keller, Halinian, .was destroyed hui the family .eecapc'd uninjured. travelled ''aputh east from that .point, .blowing .tlpwhjbariia ai'id, Southeast jjnany barns were elled and telegraph 'and telephone' 'wires "were blown-: down. SPLIT-LOG DRAG ot the moisture thiough dtj larraing in cspmally this gathering could'ta saved if attended to at the ugh! 0[ coming on 'horseback anil in automobiles. President l-leathec- shaw presided and called upon Mr. chairman of thq Exposition cominit-tcc, as first speaker. Mr. Nicol dcLfiilcd the arrangbni.cnts bbing martc for the Exposition and the to Itimc, and pleased to see'ihat :sb'manv 'farmers of were these methods, as they a 'guarimte'c of success Tie ad :cri the.sowing of alfalfa inrofti on- drjr Q, prizes that have been.offered, and pcodliccs expressed .the hope that the farmers as finc of MagratH would sustain thc reputa-j OIvi to lo tion of Southern 'Alberta in captur- ing the first premiums .this year, in view, of the [act-.that Lcthbridge, the home of thc Congress, would not make an agricultural display, in com- petition. T: Burns, tarY-Treasurcr of Evecutive Secre- thc Tnternatianal these fraudulently seated Mr. Taft.'s eupporters .are .Donated''by tbe North West.Harvest- er Co.; of Spokane, as ;.premluin'. ou beat. ;50p-word article'telling "Why ib Wys .the. fnrmcr good Krank W. .llllbert, secre- tary of the Spoknnc County Good Koads association, will, attend..tlie Congress, and deliver .'a lecture on good-roads. .By means of the split- log good roads can be main- .tallied a't n. cost of per mile 'per Helpful NERVINE POWDERS If your, deaiei; caiuiul supply you; Co.. .sends box porlpald on of ;s, .spoke at length on dry- farming, its arid the aims q'C thc Congress, holding thc e-nUio audience'spell Hound, as "he depicted to ihem Ihc errors of too many, farmers who believed they 'knew: i t .ill or that the nu'lihods that, theinnncestors used were the only" proper'-5ones .to follow, and were rnaking'a rtismal failure. at their work: hoih' in grow- ing grain, and in root-cropping. "How. many .men in this audience he asked. Nc'acly every hand in the avidicnct was raised. Xot a Hand Went Up '''How many men know wliat it cosd them per Imshcl to raise their wheat last year asked "Mt. Bums. Not a hand in thc audience was raised, but in a mild meek voice one nigged farm-ec in the rear o'l tlic hall said "Thvcslicrmen get thc whole of it"'when thus seeded. The 'meeting passed a vote of thanks to the suckers iiiid farmers un- animously decided to mate a big dii trict" exhibit.. Among..those present uere _ Mr and Jfrs. John T AV, Downer, R. V. Gibbons, ,51r.f.flnd Mrs. H. J-XiOpfle, J. p., Higihbdtham; Harold Higmboth- am, ProF, anil Mrs Vf II Fairfield, .Air. and Mrs.. M; Galyin.'.Mr. arid Mrs. .David ICItqn >Trs McKillop, Mr.' and Mrs. H. :-Mr. and Mrs. R, J. Baw- dcn, Mr. ami Mrs W D Finley Thc returning "get-together'.' party from Lcthbridgc got-scpirated veyor., material has and'.if now. In satisfactory operation. Tha. Bwiichroom extension IB ''practically; compl-aied. AVe'have 'had some troii- ble with -the excessive vibration 'isjjd' eoft ground undorthe-footlnn witchroom, and it sary to put in. a buttrets at each of the: building. Thli hai ipparently cured the trouble. The .boiler "room addition Ma fllio settling flllghtly, but thc.-8ettlement.ii not aerlduB In aith-T er addition. Reporta from the inspection pa'ny 'In. Engliind >eem to that a portion ot the raftchmery vlll not bo delivered on time 'A repre- sentative of the company. me last week and I am expecting a definite statement froin: them -AJ; to what they propoae-to do.: AtteVlhla reaches UB we will be in a position to take definite stepa toward obtain- ing tuia. machinery oo. time. The car manufacturer! have .noti- fied that" the. truck cars arc recelvlngj their ish, and they expect to' be oq ilme iMth the cars A large portion ot motor equipinenta already: 'dftllT- ered, at. .Preston ready for iusUlla- tioti In the cars. Wo been badly h3 the non delivery of uea by Und- sley BrpB-, -of Spokane, iod have had' to pnrchaie untreated, ties Our of Lbe 2u, 000 ordertd. 'from Lmdslej Bros only hai e been delivered, and I have order for the remaliider. Before the end of June all straight on; aienue South, Kill be Jald, leaylng l- us iir weeks for .the IntenectloDi, Nearly all the trolley wire has out and the Tyork of fastening .also theio.'is not a .resumed Mr. Burns, rnerchantr this town, nbt, a i.busiucss niiin who could succeed .ivcre.'he to'.JoUow .the prac- tices man- agement is the..essential basis of suc- and good business management ,at'_. do not know you" to raise a, bushrl of sell you rio not compute Ihc.'labor that Is put in Hie work of'raising that wheat; you fl.o.: not 'compute Ihc value of .your wife's labor .as she cooks for you, keeps your clothes mrnricd, raises your docs .other things ihat.Tvould expensive were you lo hire (his done von do iiol compute Uio valur of your son John's. labor as he. works all day, and Ions I It up Ii now la profresi able- amount; of feeder bun itrunp up. i Fifth South lad enue South been Jpplep and the lighting ii biTiic car- ried on temporary The whole ing- laUfffactorllr, .ind If ery the Htreet railway lystem operating for tbe fair in AugUit The building contractor I making saLiafactcrr progress with house an< will v BO doubt finish thli contract on lime spectfully lubwlttAd, A REID, 1 You want the best TIRE PROPOSITION On The Market Don't You Then buy the Goodcrich Tire--tpg best on the long run We carry a compUte stock of Gooderich Tirei arid the Price AUo large itock of Accettorici H.T. Henderson Garage Cor. dth St., and (ilh Ave. Phem588 ;