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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, June TIIK DAILY Paget Promptness and Is Next of Importance to The Doctor's Orders Promptness moans tlfnt wo have the fresh- est.and latest drngs rjglit here in the com- pounding, department and'that there is no Jieed.for, .unnecessary -waiting. Efficiency signifies that the very highest skill is used in filling your prescription. The combination of these two things is of, the greatest con- sequence in that cure. Ask your doctor. The Red Cross Drug Phone 555 and Book Co., Ltd. 3rd Avenue S. Canadian Club Meeting TONIGHT ;'at ociock V. M..C. A. AUDITORIUM Everybody Invited. IS MONK SLATED FOR THE SUPERIOR BENCH Peraiitent Rumor in Quebec That He Will go t0 Quebec ter .General PeUetler Would Like to go- to .Parli. Ottawa, June news coniee from Montroar that there Is n gen- eral opinion there-that" It will not be rnai'iy months before Hon. P. D. 'Monk Minister .of will accept a position.on tlie.bench of the Super- ior Court ot Quebec. Tlvere la a vn- cancy caiised the retirement of Sir Melbourne Tnlt, who te likely lo be succeeded by Justice C. P. Davld- eon. While the vacancy really be- longs to the 'Protcstnut minority, it is possible ..that' a sbuttle may be made by which Mr. Monk can be pro- vided for. There Is nisei. B, persistent rumor from Quebec that. Hon. L. P. Pelle- tier, Posfniaaler. General, IB so con- vinced that political future la that'he hflB Intimated to the premier his desire'to retire. Strong pressure Is being brought to bear up- on the government to remove Hon. Philippe Roy (.formerly a. Senator) as Canadian .rpmmissiDnVr at Paris In order to make a plfyce for Mr. Pelle- tler, who believes that he could en- Joy bin toast as well ,in- Paris as in Ottawa. MY SENTIMENTS SAID ROOSEVELT INSTEAD OF MAKING .SPEECH POINTED TO INSCRIPTIONS ON BANNERS Chicago, June Roose- velt made one outdoor appearance yesterday when liie Chicago 'Roose- velt Glee. Club, headed by a band slopped in front ni the Congress lio- Icl. It had been rumored that Col, Roosevelt' would speak From the bal- cony at 5.30, and the walks on both aides -were crowded.. The.'crowd began to cheer as the band stopped and called for Mr. Roosevelt. In ansim le appeared at his window and said- 'My shall not try to njalte a speech, lor I have to speak this eiening. You have printed out there pointing to inc. various banners torne by some of the a. joori many of my views- .So all I lave to say Is that we wish a square we are going to have it." The liEiiiners pointed out by Mr, Roosevelt' bore these "The 'American people will not tpl- rate crooked political methods." V "HoossvcR for his country Tat or his enemies.1' ".Stealing delegates, a blacke rime than stealing horses and yo now what they do with', bprs IHGVCS." "Let's bite a hole in Taft's stcan oiler." ,'f Tlie crowd applauded as the hand began to Mr scvnll withdrew and the window were closed. Live Well By patroiuzing the New York Cafe Chinese Dishes, Xopdlcs, Gliop Suey, etc A Specialty 5th St., 1st North of Bijou Theatre WISCONSIN'S GOVERNOR TAKES BORAH'S PLACE (Continued from front Don't Want Early Fight The more modcriila members of tlio Jlooscvell organ i ziiilon led agulnsi the resolution. They ile- clariixl liiaL HUomptH lo secure Ita ndoplloii would preeljilliilo u dccislvo flghL at. They not Uollovo revolutionary iir Ings In connection Lumiiorary oi'- gaulKullou oC J.ho couTCnllou could lie justified, LliaL tlie temporary organi- zation JH not ilio convention, font merely I lie gateway to Hie convention, In this connection, a hard I3glu of protest was urged all over Ibfl with (.ho Ulcn oC' iirejmrliig a caae lor presentation .lo tho convention, In conjunction wllli whatever lino of ac- tion Is found feu el I) le at, a sUig-o fur- ther along. Policemen on Hand Policemen at every door and In ev- ery aisle, 'were ;lhe distinguishing feature of the scene at the hours before the doors were open to tlckcl-holdera. The nervous tension, due to general expectation of tumul- tuous scenes "from the drop of the at the opening of the Republi- can National convention was very apparent on all Bides. The police were as nervous QB any- body else. It difficult, even for people with proper tickets, Including newspaper men, to get Inlo the hall. Assistant aergoanta at arms, door- keepers, ushers, and other fliibordln- flte oHlcJals were so keenly alive, to the poaBthlllty, that they trembled as they took tickets, and ushers showed people to their sents with furtive about them, ea If there were something explosive Just under theli1 feet. Along the front row, between tho "body of the delegates' seats and the platform, a solid row uniform- ed police, QE early as 9-30, gat waiting for nobody knew what. The last ;ouches by the carpenters mingled with the sound of hammers and the mzz of conversation, Chamberlain The lethbrfye dtiiin We do tillorlng. >nd Frtnch Dry ClBanlnj Sptelllty Clothes called for llvcred. Work guaranteed. Hals cleaned while you wait P.honi M4' Johnton ilcck ;