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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta June 10, '1012 TTFE LE'niBRTOGE DAILY HERALD ?.C V J. ili'jinbotlnuu 06'. drug storeiis plane in.the city .whure y.ou can buy tlie Great- French Tonic and Blood pur- ifier. VIGOROL Get a bottle today and tomorrow you'll .be rbefter. VIGOROL Is H French Tonic comptwed of harmless ingred- ients, compounded by chemists. It very rarely you can get n raadfeltie that will do its work as quickly as VIGOKOL. You; will at once feel its stimulating effects. Rheumatism can and will be driven away if'you lake VIGOROL. Tt makes yon feel like new person la a .few days. Ara you not feeling Mare you that tired, lazy feel- Ing? Do you feel dizzy? if so, there IB something wrong. Drive it away by taking You will eat and feel butter in a few days, if you. don't .1. 0. Hlginbotham Co.. will refund you.your dollar. VIGOROL will cure all .kidney, liver and s1o- mach trouble, hiliousTiesy and In- digestion, and tones up the en- tire' system. WOMAN STOLE BRYAN'S TICKET June Jennings Brynn't ticket to. the Republican convention, at a re- porter.for.a'serleB of newtpapefi, snatched but his yesterday .at the of by 'javei.her name-to the Katheplnc Doll., At the police; itatlon ihe was found to fn pockets In her underskirt...., Bryan's ticket, wsi restored, and the woman will be examined (or her ticket ihe "enter CHAS. McNISH DEAD Chas. .McXish Is dead at FIngal, COW MOOSE ATTACKS MAN ON SILVER ISLET Port. Arthur, June IS-r-Ernest CroBh, of Silver miles from yesterday saw a moose acting .in a peculiar manner. Investigating a calf killed by a bear. The frantic -cdw on seeing .Crosh. bellowed with rage and charged him. Eelilnd Crosh was Surprise 'bluff, 35 high, and. in, front the angry animal., Me took the only chance j and jumped. Fortunately .a small I tree broke his, fall. However, he split his kneecap, dislocated his shoulder and was, badly cu.t. Th-e moose also leaped and broke 'one foreleg, but it continued the pur- suit., Crosh ran until he reached the old .stamp where- he1 sheHered among the machinery, the moose still trying to get him.1 bellowing ot the animal attracted dogs, which chased the moose Into the for- est. TO HAY FEVER "Fruit-a-tives" Cured After 15 Years'Suffering CORNWAI.I, NOVHMHER 1911. "I was a martyr to Hay Fever for probably fifteen 'years nml I suffered terribly at times. 1 consulted many physicians and took their treatment, and I tried evcrv.mnedy heard of as being good for Hay Fever but nothing helped me, Then I heard of "Fruit-a-tives" and decided to try them, and I am thankful to say that Uiis remedy cured hie completely. To every sufferer from Hay Fever, I wish to This medicine cured "IMC when every other treatment failed, and I believe it is; a perfect cure for this dreadful Hay Fever" MRS. HENRY KEMP. The real cause of Hay Fever in poisoned blood, due to the faulty action of the bowels, kidneys and skin.. "Fruit-a-tives" cleans the blood by regulating bowels, kidneys and and thus relieves the excessive strain on the nervous system: Tjy "Fruit-a- 5oc. a box, 6 i'or trial size, 250. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Jjrnited, Ottawa. PROF. YOUNG, TORONTO, RESIGNS Toronto, Juno James McGregor Young resigned his chaii at Toronto university after twelve years' service as professor of com- mon law, commercial law, interna- tional law and jurisprudence. His successor, will not be appointed until next fall. Big Welcome lot1 German War Paying America A 'Visit PR.INCE 'HENR.Vrx.XXVII OF TZEUiS.-AMD OFFICERS ON BOAEC THE MOCTKE THE duty you save in the Tudhope buys extra comfort, buys greater buys more com- plete equipment. The long ttroke motor, with cylinders cast en bloc, is superior to the motor you get in imported cars, sold at Tudhope prices. The chrpme- 'nickel iteel Bosch Dual High-Tension Ignition System Demountable Rims are not found in other cars at ,625. You get them in the Tudhope because it is wholly made 'in Canada. Tudhope "Six" .p S Pmcngtr S2.I50. 6 PaiscnScr 2 Pisiengcr Torpedo Prices ire (.o.b. Orillis ind include Top, Windshield, Speedomeler EXTRA TIRE rim Ctlahguf km infenmtioi-.JVtrj can sktuU mi. Ytmrs for a Tuilhope Motor Company, Limited, Canada Tudhope Anderson .Co., Limited. Winnipeg, Brudon, Resint, Snikatoou, Calgary, Lethljrldje, Current, ROOT ELECTED CHAIRMAN Close Vote at Republican Teddy's Forces Cheerful Chicago, U.S 'Senator from tlio Slate of New York, was elected temporary chfdrmiin of the Republican convention ioilay, This is a victory for the Tav't forces, Klihu Root o( New Yoi'k "and .Governor Francos. McGov cm of Wisconsin' by the Taft. and anti-Taff forpes respectively were placed In nomination for temporary chairmen. The Roosevelt people had attempted to amend the temporary roll but Chairman RoEfl'wnter 'oT the refused to enter- tain any business but temporary chairman. Thfs brought the test squarely upon that issue. Roaewater turned hie gnr.e to the floor where Henry P. Cochran or Wis- consin' WBB on his feet. "Are nom- ina'tjong ,in he demanded. "They said Chairman Rose- water. Mr. Cochran was boomed to the stage anil placed in nomination. Gov- ernor Frances F. McGove-rn of Wis- "As'-an- individual' delegate from-Wisconsin, as a La Follette de- legate instructed to. remain with him throughout the convention on the nomination for president, I desire on behalf of the progressive Republican sentiment of'this republic to nominate a' man whose Republicanism is un- face is' to the light." Lawlor of North Dakota jumped upon a chair and snouted: "I second the nomination of Governor McGoVerri for temporary chairman." Job Hedges of New York then mounted to second the nom- ination of Eliliu Root which had heen moved by- Chairman Roscwater. He ivas roundly cheered and throughout th-e hall .Root supporters rose' to wave iatg and sticks. Mr. Hedges'..effect on the conference WPS instantaneous. Dry'humor answered the remarks 'rom Roosevelt'delegates and repeat- edlv threw the convention into shouts of.JaughieT, .'Tye looked up he said. "I'm .not going back as as IS64. I have gone back "three or four years and I ind on the authority of a man who mows Cries of Barnes" sounded rom the floor. One on. Roosevelt .Mr. Hedges paused a mom'e'hl until silence came. "I cjuote -Mr.-Roosevelt ab he roar of aughter greeted che unexpected re mark Mr Hedges quoted 'Colonel loosevelt's declaration ttfat .EHlui Root, "is the ablest man-'I h-ave known n GUI ernment ind the ablest ife any other.coun'try There' was some confusion on 'th-a floor. "Everybody can't Lalkj'at. 'once remarked Hedges amid aughter. When order was restored 13 concluded: "1 second the-nomina- ion of Elihu Root, the Colonel Roosevelt cells me ah- est man in-public life." "At the'men- ion' of :Colonel Roosevelt's name the crowd gay-e a cheer y suppressed. 'You need not hesitate, to cheer Theodore Roosevelt in my presence. cheered him for seven years and tow I'a'm jiist taking a day pffj that's Hedges said. "I leave Elfhu loot with you: he was good enough for ,he Is Rood enough for me." Root on Roosevelt The convention was on Ilii feet anil yelling aK'Oovernor Hadley again took the 'piatt'orm. -''I also-wish to cite to yon' some, particular author- ho began. "''Four years ago the man 'the last speaker nominated said ot the man I represent, that he was the greatest American 'of this or any other Root Elected The calling of the roll was boeet with difficulties from .the very first name on the list of but-in the tumult'had dletl away, Senator Root was found to have won by a vote of 558 to 502 for Gov- ernor McGoyern. of Wisconsin, with fourteen guttering votes, and tour not voting. Both Taft and Roosevelt men claim thai! win in the con- Director McKinley said that Ihe vbte'for temporary chairman did not reveal the full force of the vote; and. State Chairman Barnes, of New York, was quite enthusiastic ov- er the result. They did not givs any figures Col. Roosevelt, when asked what would happen today, replied: "I am a better warrior than a Rrophet.' He was very" busy last night, how- ever, in consultation with his leaders. Senator is ail enthusiasm 'We have them .he exclaim- ed. He pointed out tbat seven :of the Illinois who vot- ed for Senator Root, would .vote foT RoOBOvelt. Lieutenant Governor Sherman, of Illinois, confirmed this. Then Senator. out that eight Roosevelt votes .in Maryland had gone to Senator Root, three from Oregon and four from Pennsylvania. This made 22 Roosevelt votes; taking these 22 from ihe 558-who voted for Senator Root would leave President Taft'with 536 votes, or four less than majority. Besides this, however, Senator Dlxon counts on getting de- Isions from the Credentials commit- tee ,and the convention itself, slating large number of the Roosevelt dele- gates thrown out by the National qom mittee. The Roosevelt .-leaders '.frank- ly surprised a't the Root" vote, and claimed they expecwiKhim to poll be- .ween 576 and Votes. They pro- fessed to be jubilant over their view of the situation, but.at the same time it was impossible for.them to figure out even a paper majority' for the Colonel. Governor Hadley, :of :Missourir un- der the direction of .Col. himself, will, 'continue the fight to- to, substitute 12 dele gates ,t'or an equal number of Taft delegates seated by; the National com mittee in con-test cases. You may lie sure that the conven- tion' will'not come to an end said- one 'of the men who attended hst nights conference of the Hoose delegates Col ad- dressed a caucus of Roosevelt dele- gates for a quarter of an hour He congratulated .them, on the. stand they took in'' the convention, .and. urged them to stand Governor Hadlej today. He said that' the situation med--to hirir'to be most encourag Ing and he felt sure the ention would not support the National com- mittee, .and seat delegates, who, he asserted, had no rights injthe con- vstnion. In emphatic language, the Colonel told the delegates that he[ would not "abide by such action and that he felt sijre they would You want the best TIRE PROPOSITION On The Market. Don't You? Then buy the Gooderich Tire--the best on the long run We carry a complete stock of Gooderich Tirei and the Price i Alto large stock of Acceuoriei H. T. Henderson Garage Cor. 6th St., and 6th Ave. Phone 588 NEW 3-YEAR HOMESTEAD BILL OF UNITED STATES The Borah-Taylor Three-Year Home stead bill has at last been passed by .he; United States Congress' and on Tune 5 President Taft affixed liis sig- nature. .Thus ends a fight of several a.victory for the homestead- er and the agriculturists who have been striving to obtain a fair land aw.that will enable the greater set- lement of.the great west, .and. In a measure restrict the immigration to oilier countries whose homestead aws appealed more to the settler. For three years past' the .Inter- national Dry-Farming Congreis' has carried on an active campaign to qb- ain more lenient and broader home- stead laws In the United States, and Ion. Prank W.! Mondell, when presi- dent of this organization, worked as- siduously to secure the pasiage of a. hree-year amendment 'to the home- stead laws. Through Mr... Mondell's Continuous efforts and the circulariz- ng of members 'of United States Con- ress by the International Dry-Farm- ng Congress, coupled with the earn- est support of Senator Borah, Con- gressman Taylor and other progres- Ive agricultural members of'the Fed- eral CcngrcFS, the-victory has been von, and It is certainly a notable one. Because of tlie Kroat interest In this H amons the d'.-y-frmuers. it IK here published in. full, as afproved by Ihe Ho It enactod by tiro Senale and louse of Itepl-cscntatlves o! Ihe Unit- ed Slates of America In Cbngrvis as- iembled, lhat section 2291 and section of the Siatutes cf. the .lulled Stales be amended to r 'Section 2291. Ko certificate, how- ever, shall .be given or patent issued therefor until the expiration of three years from the date, of such entry, and if at the expiration c-i such time, or at any time within two years there- after, the person making" such or if he be dead his widow, or in cas-e of her death his heirs or devisee, or in case of a widow making such en- try her heirs or devisee, In cas-e of her death, proves by .himself and by two creditable witnesses that he, she, or they have a habitable house upon the land and have actually resided upon and cultivated the same the term of three years succeeding the time of filing the affidavit, and mukei affidavit that no part of men land has been alienated, except'as provided in section 228, and that he, ahe or they will bear true allegiance to the gov- ernment, of the United then in such case he, or they, if at that time citizens, of the United States, shall be entitled to a patent, as in other.cases provided by law, "Prodived, that upon filing in the local land onice notice of .the. begin- ning ot such absence, the entrym.in shull be entitled to a continuous leave of absence from the land for a. period not exceeding five months in I each year avter .RStabllshinR j-dence, .and .upon the termination of j auch absence the entryman shall file ;'a notice of such termination in ih-a local land oftlce, but In case of com- mutation the fourteen months' residence iis now required by law mnet be.'shown, and HIP person com- muting muBI. be al the time Of the United States. i "Provided, that when-the; ;.person making entry- dies before .the Coffer of final proof those succe-e'dlng to the entry must show that the entryman had complied .with the iii ill r.e- spects, as would have tfeen retjuh-ed of the.entrj'man had he ing that they from any reriuirement of residence upon the land. "Provided further, that the entry- man shall. In order to comply with the requirements of cultivation here- in provided for, cultivate hot 'less than one-sixteenth of .the'area of his entry, .-beginning with the second year of the entry, and not less than one eighth, beginning with the third year, of the entry, and until final proof, ex- cept that in the case of entries under section six of the enlarged hcnvestead laws double the area. of. cultivation; Herein, provided shall be required, -but the Secretary of: the Interior may, up- on a'satisfactory showing, under rules and.regulations prescribed by. duce. area of, cultivation. "Provided, .that the above provision as'. toI cultivation shall not apply, tries under the act of April llfl-J, commonly known as Act, or entries'under of Jimp ITth, 1902, commonly known .as. the -Recla- matioii Act, and that thp prolong of this section relative to ,the home stead penod shall (o all unper fpcted entries as as entries here- made upon which residence is required. "Provided, that the terior shall, within yays'after; the passage of this act, send a copj of Ihe same to each homestead-entn man of record be affected therebj, bv ordinary mail his last address, and such entrj. man maj, bj ghing notice Mlthin 120 dajB after the passage of this act, by registered letter to the register arid receiver of the local land office, elect to make proof upon his entrj under the law under the same was made without regard to the pro visions this act. "Section 2297 If, at' an> time after the filing of the amdaut, as required m section and before the ctpira tlon of the thiee years mentioned in section 2291, it is proved after due notice to the settler, to the satisfac- tion of tho register of land office that the person having filed such affi- da-iit has failed to establish residence within months after date of. entry, or abandoned the land for more than months at anj time, then and in that the land so entered ghall revert, to the government'. that the three years' period of residence herein fixed shall date from the time of establishing ac tual ncrmanent residence upon the, land, and "Provided further, that where there maj be climatic reasons, sicknws, or WHITE STARJ DOMINION LARGEST Sallingt from Montreal Every Saturday for Liverpool, at Quebec Laurentlc June 8, July 3, June 15r July 13, Aug. 10 June 22, July 20, Aug. 17 29, July 27, Aug. Z4 S.3- LAURENTIC, S.S. MEGANTIC Largtit ind steamers In Canadian trade. Staunch and steady'. Excellent accommodation! for all classes MODERATBjRATE SERVICE S.S." Teutonic "-and S.S. carry one class cabin only The best these steamers afford at moderate rates, aluo comfotiible third-class two, four and-iix-berth -rooms. For ratei 11 lustra ted booklets, etc, apply to railway or steamship agents or to W. M McLEOD, CWPA 333 Main Street Winnipeg CMIIIII Ulllfll inWIIIPI LIT. The Royal Line MONTREAL TO ENGLAND Shortest Route to London on Ton Floitlng Ptlaeu- at Lawrence SaiUngg RMS Eoj ll Bdward June 11 RMS Royil George June 3( F Rates of Passage lit dm ?3Z 60 and upwudl 2nd class J53 75 and upwards 3rd Bristol or London 132 50 A ik any railway or Bteamihlp for illustrated rates, etc, or write ATT HAVTS GENERAL H. 1IAVAB, AGENT. WINNIPEG 8 T Rt c. T Or 8 B.MITCHELL, Agent. C.P.rl, L.thbrldj.. other unavoidable- sioner of the General in his discretion, illow the settlerls months from the date of ftlmf in which' to 'commence, on mid lanil, under such rules and reiu- latloni a> he may prescribe Appioved by the President June 5, 1912. Weatherproof Paint You can readily the .economy of (wintinf exposed I ofyou tMMitc with pwnt that protect! I and pmervn the wood for the lonf time the' lowest cost. You should, therefore, be particular to (et PURE PAINJS 1 ud M L fir. riiMI DO MOT bttMK with ollwr par. mMcn'tl. nkl (Ami I "fly tniee .1 M Trr MtJc in ttlett ttr M fcr the "oil ceilinr with lb< injury, wi dur.ble. economicil tt-L FLAT WALL II for Itsncll llnKll. Sanderson Hart j ;