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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i f The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. LelUbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, Number 161. 'ROMINENT ROOSEVELT LEADERS DECLARE AGAINST A BOLT TO SCAFFOLD WITHOUT A MURMUR Attended by Salvation Army Lassies Fred .Carlson Walked Calmly to His Death 1, Over in Very Few Minutes' 'making no statement this morning, when two I ,foahation Vinu lassies had repeated about half ol the Loid b Fiajei, j 1 led Carlson, slam of Norman Mu si tt at Hamilton Lake on 21st st to his doom on the si-aRold Vat Ihi! pioMULial jail b 05 tlic jail examined tr a word, whutsvcr. The unhcl of the uas -that Freil Carlson had-, come to Ills death hanging, in atcoidance the sentence meted out tilt depart- ment of jirticp His hrother waited in the office of the jail and after the b 05 tic iai T J jun s the turned T 1 he and inonounted the heart, 41 llt OUT io linn, IP hating reccncd an fctill lie remains upie then tut b tMlottn and linnud_ tc Undcitaktr ctleih, and aitci the evamination the coroner's in charge of V cionei were taken to public ccmcurx where This the first hanging in the his of the jail and the second in the of I ethbndge, -uas executed iRin a quiet niannci It was Knifed onh tlie sheriff, the hang- UIL and the iifPcers of''the Sahation at the rpqiiesl of Cailson him- adLinnistercd the last vcs ar.d accompanied him to the 1 i5 the sheriff in charge io ijijretler with the hangman, to arhon's cell, where tlie doomed was found waiting for them in Ojcouipaiu with the, Saltation who had gone to the jail ear ji the moLinng to administer spir comfoij; to Carlson in his last ntt> ori eaith Th-2 solemn pro ctdci to thai effect fiom the depait- mcni oi justice scaflold was demolished irrnne [hatch after the hanging, and no trace whatever was to he found at nbori-todav (Continued on pagn 8.) ESTIMATE MEAT FIGHT TO UNWWORK THE WOOL CUP WRENCH Organizer of the'Overseas will be the gueit of the local club on June 26 E. P. ELLISON LAUDS SOUTHERN ALBERTA Praises Lethbridge and Predicts Big Things From Dry-Farming Congress Comment on Present Day Events (Special to the possibilities of dn fuming Raymond, June E P BHi managei and vice president _W.is ttien foiined, the Sugftl CornpanJi arrlved leading, followed t arlson the f Irngmai from Layton Utah, last evening, to eeth here the Salvation Arm} oflk- ds, and the jail officials I 11 ere io turn the prisoner to y h c custodj 'of tbe shena f Carlson f -valued steadily to the scaftold which :j liad Lecn erected, mounted in silence, j here_ although i, 2; and while tlie black cap being found that thc beets need rai 4c iiticd 01 er thc condemned man's heal] amount which tell in the recent rains f and his arms hound, -the Lord's Fraj being nardh autflciont foi them r.t er repeated bv thc Sahation this tery impoitant period of their j lassies, wlio gate an arnttth of foil i tudc which touched thc 1 .col all present Carlson uttered net- f spend the lemainder of the month o] I line inspecting inter In ton vernation witn tne ot the Herald, Air El I lison seemed fairlj well satisfied had the SUBDIVISION GOING ON MARKET P. R. Property North of Track Soon be j on Sale Mr E H Wilson of Wilson M- 4'fekeitb, leluincd from Calgary last' Anight H is understood tbat thc C R subdivision north of the >Xoad bildgc, will be put on the before the end ol the month 2. The subdivision contains de- riiilablu irackage lots and there is no he 3 gooii demand this'subdivision The is so close to thc centre of (Xtlit1 cili that thc lots cannot fail to considerably 1-1 ihe manager ivas in no pessimistic, and declired that he v, as looking for one of the greatest vears in tbe lustorj of tills country I sincetelv hope that Southein At berta will be blest bounteous harvests this fall, as such a ciop is absolutely essential to aurceag of the Drj-Farming Congiess Today 1 spent a laige portion of TTJ time in sprcting the beets, and I -find that, although thej need moisture, and needed it for acme time, an excellent chance of making a good crop yet The grain crops ap peaia to be doing so far as I imeatigated For instance, today I asked Me foreman when a beautiful field of barley was he replied the 30th of April At the present that field is all ready to head out, and -is some of the finest barley that I seen" Would Bffti "At the present time th-a company is preparing manufacture sugar from .we are i-m- poiting from Cuba We expect to make a succets of this venture, but :ineans creating.-wealth: Pratie tor Lethbridge J 'LeJbbridge ig probablj one of the Iivest cities m tbe West, and next October it will witUIn j.tb .limits a large delegation of Utah, people, who be seeing this Canada for Uie first time It is up" to Alberta'.to show tb'e thousands who1 A'isit- they have a countiy that will jieltl to uo one the honor of being tbe premiei agiicul tural stato in the world You people you have'-.the 'beat- country; and ceitamly see much to admire m this attitude It breathes optimism Will Probably be Pounds to Market'This Summer lUt'inoml, IUIK shearing in Southern Uteita is in fill} SWH.K, ttith a of shearers at wgrk Ittthe thousand sheep hate beru tlie Tr 1S> u litre H (_. Hanc- has been u charge, of the operations. B> the middle of this the out (it MiUi Mr Vspland foreman, will moa to Kipp Coulee, northeast of Daj ton to commence opera- tors tlioic 'Hie Herald in sotion I R manager of Bishop llarkcr's (locks, nas in (aimed that upuardi of sheep be sliotn afc.tlif MpfT couali. Ubtimaten output It has been estimated nenl ool cr of Lake, that ilieie uiH be a total of about fleccis averaging ten pounds each, lo go into the market this, bunimei J I rade show consideiable ac- tmh among (he huierb, but" no ib under contract, and as no Uigc Llipfa hate been sold, the cra. Jiot being satisfied with the prices offered similar quahtv of has hioucht as high as 3D3c m "Montana, ISgc in Nctada and 13c in Utah, tliis.xjfar Pricey paid Iwrc are 1} a HJU cents less South Counlry Raiding Good In-rlfle-country to the srfu TimnvtQJlP a ivaum, that as the attention (locks increase" so Lfie puces paid foi mutton and lecoiuc iHittei, bicedeis here reahye 'thai in order lo get better values 'or thiMij product, must bleed :iettei sheep ind gnc more attention ,o the handling of at the she-ar- the OF THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE TAFT'S CANDIDATE Senator Elihu Root of New Yoik jit to u is and apells success 1 trnsi, tlmf ,-thg i In5 Icouali> people not easilj'Jdisconraged.J fleeces sacking ,of the white [or there aie 110 failures th'ere and Ijlack scparaldj induces a ia no success1 We 'expeneVce dealeT to more ieadiljc the one to accomnlfsn the oiher, to or a less degree' (ContinuedJoa BULLETIN ON THE CUT WORM DEPARTMENT CONSIDERS SUB- JECT OF IMPORTANCE AND ISSUES; BIG PAMPHLET Ottawa, lime species ol iteipillar, the cutworm and the um vjorm been conceded lo sufficient interest to the; crop growers in Canada to warrant the pieparation of a bulletin upon them foL public distribution These two common enemies of ciops arc crfdit- pd w lib causing erj ear damage not'think o'f using tho 1m lanoimtlng to .1 large sum of ported article providing we could be iiipplied with suf'Scient beeta' The nugai company has spent lota of monj y in Canada, and we built up leaching in some seasons'hundreds of thousands of dollars arc both night {eedeib and arc most destructive earlv in the season when a good business AH we Is that ,s nm! thpiefoiei e.-sih eaten! the people support the pJjint. FRED TEMPLE'S RASH ACT Brooks, June and e for some time past Ficd Tem- a blacksmith, of Brooks, com (oday bj shooting him lf through the heart He had bcai ident of the town for jears, a wife and two childien WILL BE GIVEN FULL, PRIVILEGES London, Tune ti) the House of Commons'jeaterday Winston, Churchill; that- will be taken during -the visit, of (he. Canadian ,min- confer with them on tbe imperial navy policy, and give th-em'tho fullest informa- tlon. The Speaker hag order-, cd that tho M.P's access to the lobbv, and other special prh- i leges at Westminste) a: fully modern and equip- ped plant, and one that is ai good as anj in in tbe intertnountaln region, for its capacity Are Watching In to a quern as to the Ings of the people fa resytfct to Al berta. Mr. Ellison said that- this coun- try) vas a live topic in the neitern Stites was this true siitc-e the Dry-Parming.'Congress.1 was brought from the -States to1 Leth- brdgo Mr Hllison pointed out that If there was one thing more thanjan'- other that was keeping Sunny South eru Alberta in the .public-eye .it, was the Congress. f "Utah1 is comirig.with a bumper delegation and a big exhibi- said Mr. Ellison, speaking of his home State. "And we are going to bring an exhibit that.1 will-attract attention Utah has the 30arts in our State dry-fanning the stage, and is a Verified fact. Magnificent crops' are annual- ly raised on the arid hinds in Utah and and the success that it has' scored iu Alberta- is, a Jiiarvel lo the world While Utah la pnnerb illy all -being oino: f armors arc! alive to the immtnce I A COMBINE IN THE WOOL TRADE The Southern Sheep Men Submit to the Unfair Prices aic going to unite to beat the comhine ft Inch is ottering us ijULh d lov, price for out uool tins ic.u, said President llauej of the Wool Glowers' assOLiatiou to the IFcrild and I helieip be successful such high jjriLcs, across tbe line, thete is-no reason why should not get at least four pr fnc' cents bettei than tne cents the wool buvers are offering us will Hadley and Watson Agreed On Three Hour De- Man Says He Could Have For- cibly Controlled the Convention at Opening Excitement Reigns. Chicago, June 19 went into conference at 9 30 a rjjVi with Senator Borah, Geo. you, Governor Johnson, of California, Gilford Pinchot, William Flynn, and other leaders. The 'Colonei'.will 'con- tinue today to keep in touch with his forces in the convention hall by means of telephones in hii hotel ap- artments. Roosevelt's chief heutenanti, In- cluding Governors Hadley and De neen, served notice today thit they will not sanction a bolt, 'under any circumstances They made no secret of their position In this respect, and announced it to a number of paper men- Comcntfon Hall, Chicago, 111 fj June Intel est so intense as al most to preclude applause, the Re publican National coiuention at noon odaj In thc midst of a three horns' aignment on the motion' o( Gorarnor Iladlei, Wssolirl, ,to pinge the temporarj roll 6f 9J gates, tontested by the fac ion, but seated b) the National' com mittce It seemed like_ that ion last all afternoon Soon after Chairman Root had jr ned on the >iaB m one side bj the Roosei elt leader, and on Ihe other by lames Waisonf the Talt, lei a nrclinilnary to ___ peteed hostilities, all .three said Ml' R' hands and "retired to tuelf t ernoi Hatlley, and Watson ar r J" v t.. hree hours' debate that jof thc inijonh of thc defunct ni oiied on the Rooseielt committee seated in ubstifnte a roll contalphig 92 Roose on 80 or 10 delegates -ek delegates in Jol tn claim m seated by the National com ,cai, theiein mittee Spectators' seats i looi, and in the inlf filled uhen Chairman Hoot ap his desk aj 10 o clock indictment of the National as uttered by Col Roosevelt in hii speech In this clb, ahd it called out a big cheer It be true that there are main persons who do not agree with us lb.it Tlieodoie ihould he our candidate for president, but there can no difference of opinion (hit his todaj ia the grefltest of the world" said (Continued on page ROOSEVELT IS READY TO -BOLT If FrauduIent'Delegates'are Allowed to Vote at Convention' Chicago, himself the. chief speaker 'at the -jUiicus oi his lasl nnht that who -or not sell till do get u chp- Cluan cultivation anil .the encour- agement of birds arc recom'mcndcd ns factors in cui worms. Tlic iHslribution of .poisoned btan anil fresh clover is also advised wljeuc. practicable, whenever the. detected To eliccK the progress of the army worms on March .furrows with holes dm; at intervals are said to he effective. This illustrated bul- letin of n.ages number three of'tbe division of entomology and mniiherj (i of flic pieparcd at the request of the Ilo-j minion entomologist by his cln'ef "as- sistant, Arthur Gibson, H is pulj-j lishcd bv'dircclion of the Hon. Mar- tin Hurroll, minister of1'agriculture. ANOTHER BANK FOR LETHBRIDGE ____ Calgary, is un-, j derstood that the Quebec Hank IB making preparations to open' a Lethbridge imme- diately. MR. WOODSWORTH The new pastor of Mtth odist Church BIG MILLION DOLLAR CEMENT PLANT FOR THE HAT Montreal, June million dollar" cement plant at Medicine Hat Is under consideration by the Canada Cement Company as a'Step, toward meeting the de- for. ihis commodity, in the great :Weit. Mr. Nelson Spencer, .Mayor of Medicine Hat, was in town a few days ago. He stated that he had conferred with 'Mr. E. P. Jones, the manager of the company, re- garding the proposed plant, and Mid visit had been ,so suc- cessful that as a result Mr. would be-In; Medicine Hat abputU Dorr) in ion pay to get .things .start-; ed. Me lias just finished ping his slwcp, and rcports-a, v ool crop lie is not selling ai. 12 cents per pound Instead, be has shipped his whole clip to Toron- to, here hr is holding it in stnr age until the prices nsu, and Cana- dian btncrs sec that western uool Hioners are bound to equit able price Just what the other members of 'the association intend5 doing Mi Ilar- did not know, hjil f -I storm stated this morning that it uas ins intention to bold bis nool clip in storage here, and ho believes .many-others7will- do the same. There will be clow to a million pounds of wool in the Southern clip this spring and a raise oi four cents on the price offered would moan about in thc pockets of the" sheop men. Cold Storage and Winnipeg Market Regarding the establishment 'of a told storacc plant here, Mr Ifancv was enthusiastic about, 'it ould e on the sheep lie states thai there is an excellent niuttnn market in tliR west which might he controlled by Southern Al- berta, but be" done -by, ship- ping on thc hoof. Cold .storage needed to put. this market within the icacli nf thp sheep lancher In tact, i Mr. Harvey declares that wit-h cold sloraie tlie be invaded, bv Southern Alberta mutton with pi out to the sheep grower Chairman Root findllj pounded the able his gaiel at 11 IB, aild'oi- ered the sergeant at al ms to'clear the aisles. Surrounding Governor- coaUfoi fifteen mmutem betole the call to order tteie RooaeveHUead ers in earnest com ersatlon iTuitatloiv Tn the group tor Dl-son, Oovernor Hacllev, Vllliarn Fljun and Governor Johnion.'of Cal- ifornia N fifteen mmutei passed be foie Chan man Root agajn took UP jddcd that the tU- Ij cianvned, about' nlucli am honest in.in could no ilouht .men "taken from slicnfth adi'cd to the sticngth of Mr' making j shift nf US 'Ihe Ho great flagrant cases entire' states, Washington nd' alone rmccse the of the cnmention On one honest Mr Talr would have been in a minontv of 73 Hit election repre- sents the taking advantage of. a cessful fraud, and nothing else "t Ah then look occasion the and with etepbatic blow a to reitrrale been on the table, Bpa .ptoo I at plain intimation of order Much of the confusion due to Ute comers in the Started Off W.th Prayer Then, pounding tbe Root anounced "The mean, big- ness of this mil be opened with prajer bj the fosepb Slol? Tbe delegates and alternates andjmeinber 0[ the contention or any even peison in the gallery arose and memoer of the-Republican pattj if tioh to disregard the action of the convention it the contested 5 dele- gates vvore not unseated t "Serve exclaimed Mr- 'Roosevelt with emphasis, "that we will not treat anv action taken the convention as binding upon any stood during the the nominal majontr taking the essential pait Senatoi noot announced j ishpd business of the daj, of Watson that the convention cead to tne appointmen' of the Mr Root for his lar commltteas and the aub motion of wlet-lion Tn particular, T nish to Governor Hadley that the Rooievelt say that T fepeak for thc greit ma- ot delegates aiibstltuted for the temporary 'roll ilto unnounc- ed the agreement to...... -TO .THE INTERCOLONIAL Ottawa, .lunft. is said bjsi'K Sir Tail, 'Australia, wli1; lie "plac- ed at7 the head of (be IntorcoJ- .onial Railway, wlth'.a of a year. bate and It there jection Tberc not Jt hai) been agreed in advance there bj no parliamentarj points of order the rtotlon, Hie Taft torcci agreeing to fight the mat- ter before the delegates As Got er nor Had'aj advanced in front ot ithe stage to open the debate a roun'i of tbe Uoosmelt forces cheers Horn greeted him. He reviewed :thu events of yeater- dsy, leading lip to the ruling of the National committee Chairman Rose which quashed the Haille A r secured, wiVoout ;