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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Great Fight to Undo Work fjiiird canli. "J'art, Hooscvialt iiiuU 'third cnliilldiito pitrtlos each claim tho strut OBlo iidvanUgo as :a rosult of ycater- XT 1 day's selection-of United Sen. the National Lommittee 'Continued, from front pfigo) He, then read H "statement from Hrolled federal in' fourteen nvembers of tho National] Texas: 'that'his word had been law, DAVID REES CARRIED FERNIE Fern jfij June light vote yesterday by the Gladstone local. Thos. Uphill was elected .financial' by a of ?83 6ut of a total of 573. It Is unofficially that David "Reee led J. 0. Jonai for District- No, 18 by 400. GRUESOMEWORKOF MONTREALVANDALS Montieal, June is prob ablj one of cases of daltem ever .reported: In this city be> came known today when it was dis- covered that miscreants had disturbed and the: graves of the old soldiers furled-: in. the historJc mil- itary cemetery on Panineau Avo. Not onlj have tije giaves been disturbed but columns which mark resting: place of the haveVbeen overturned, broken up. and removed. There is 510 way now to tell to whorn the graves be- long' Antiquarians are going .to lipld an investigation with the' aid of tbe police; ALJ, LOOK OUT KALLSPELL Town Throwi Hat Into the Ring for Canadian Silverware Secietary P Ji Bernaid, of tl Tho .tension seems :to have- relaxed After being ihterrupte several times, Allenrshouted at som if tlio'Tiiflt tormentors: haven got anything until this convention i out this yoar the Keimblk'aps of. tlte ollior friction hud a delegation, not of Cecil Lyons' office-holders, but of independent voters. Started A Row From the Pennsylvania delegation, came a yell: "How ubout Penroae? Bending over, and shaking his fist In tho faces of the delegation, Jlem- onway, his face shouted; "P-enrose beforetKlynn every The PennsylvanluiiH went wild. Climbing upon their chairs their -Tists, thuy yelled ejjithets and at 'the speaker. Flyim hlmaelf took-a prom- inent part In tho demonstration. Throughout the hall came yejiu ,and jeera, and for a few moments tumult prevailed, aa the disorder continued among: the Pennsylvania delegation. Senator Root came to the front and pointing to Flynn he shoutqd: "If the gentleman from Pehnsyl-' vunia wishes to commend his cause to Just and honorable the convention and the American people, he will cease to Interfere with the de'- was Then the Lord only knows wha 'ou've got.1" "Are you.going to abide by..the de iaion of this, shouted eleRate from Colorado. Til answer 'Answer me The floor wag in an uproar "I'll answer shouted Allen s face his voice rowing husky. The delegates stopped jelling long nough to hear him; '1 uant to support the nprmnee ol Us convention, -but------" At'the "but" the cheering and jeer ig broke out afresh. "I'll support Allen onlj on one condition that his jKmv ation ia not: by 'fraud id corruption." Delegate Newcombe; of'New York, oth Taft ;and Roosevelt men were ixcluded from voting on the reports if that committee The great crowds In the galleries be aine restless during.Mr. Recordls ar- umBut It was luncheon time and he pioceedings had been Breeding tame. Many ,cl the spectators Wlion .you buy -ask for matches THEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY WITH SILENT TIP. ;WILL NEVER EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON Eddy's Matches have sat- lefled Cfinudlan-s' since no others Till I. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canadi were leaving the Senator Root -appeal-ed again and again for quiet. -Governor McGovern, of Wisconsin, said >the call of lunch appealed to him, and he moved a recess until 3 p.m. ''No, cried hundreds of voices, and the motion was not put. 'If yoir. recognize the right of_-a committee to pass on righf. of State delegates to ait in a National con- resumed Mr. Record, _wheh order was restored, "you have estab- lish-sd government 'by a minority, as you are submitting to a partial and packed..tribunal, cases 'where the >ver- dict is reached before the evidence U ibmi'tted. An outbreaV, in the Indiana delega'- tion followed the assertion of Record thatMn one district in 'Indfanfipplis (he returns were made up by officials without even opening the ballot jipx- ;s. Wanted to Fight William E. a- delegate rom the seventh district, leaped to lis and the entire delegation )roke into an. upvcar. 'There was no couteit in that dig- shout-ed Englisli, wildly wav ng his fists in the.air. "You-know here was no contest.there! Dye, a Roosevelt, -delegate liana delegation, sprang to'hia ?te-at, nd shouted at English, The latter yelled back: "Liar! liar! nnd started toward er members seized the two kept them apart, The uproar continued, and a recess of fifteen minutes was declared to re- store order. The debate tli-an resum- ed. An Early Morning Fortcait Chicago, June second day of the fifteenth Hepuhlican Na- tional convention opened with ten hours', .of stubborn fighting ahead, iiud the outcome of the contest for tltd -president's nomination no nearer thnn yesterday. Pour major possibilities loomed large In foreground. These were Ihc re-nomifcattoii of President Taft, the of Col. Roosevelt, (he -with .former Representative James E. Watson, of Indiana, the floor lead er, -for nn hour and a half of debate by each side on the question. This with the time necessary for the long roll call, would take this one plnse of th-3 bitter fight into the late after- noon. Whatever the outcome, it was plan- ned to appoint committees before ad- journing the session and then take a until S or 9 o'clock to-, night. The night session, it-was ex-j peeled, would be short. At this adjourned "session R was planned'simply to receive the reports of the committee on rules; and pos- sibly those' other committee. on Thursday laid out '.by the lenders, the con- ion will he organized to proceed j to .morning. It. is expected- by then that the Creden- tUU committee and P.latfoim com nlltffra leport on riight At time the Roosevelt followers can'i'enew ih'eir'demands'fdr a "purg ing" of the roll'of the convention, and have another call on ths question. Then, if the Roosevelt are beaten, may come the talked of double convention In this connection fiequcnt ly rumored that Roosevelt had urged his manages to take cteps to day'to- force, the' issue, and demand rev ocatlon of the actidn'fyf the Na tional camin'jUee In cises So it 'Kis slid that the Roosevelt forces would refuse tp iecogni7e Sen ator Root the legally elected' tempor- arv the convention Roosevelt Men Confident The'Roosevelt to be oxtremely confident'of th-eir ability to swing the situation to their candi date Thej declared that ithej would have manj additional votes m future roll calls To support this claim said thev would votes from Maryland, which went to ..Sena tor Root on the tempora-n chairman ship dscision Tnd jn the from North Carolina Pennsji Illinois and Oregon, 'We will win out, beyorfd cjuestion, said States Senator DIxon, Rocs-avelt's campaign manager today Button-hole Brigade Busy .Chicago, Jime to the very moment the convention rwas called to order the .Taft managers labored mighty hard to maintain "their nar- row lead on: majority. 'All through the night and morning, the delegates crowded the anterooms and confer- ence rooms of Director McKinley s headquarters, while McKinley .and his aid-as argued and pleaded.with." them to remain, firm. Director McKinley neglected practi- cally everything; else to labor with the delegates. When it was'.time to start, for. the convention hall, he ex- pressed confidence that. the Ttil vote in the convention -today w be fullj is strong as it was jester MINERS- VOTED' YESTERDAY Voting for vice-president of the Miners' District Union No. 18, took place yesterday. The .result will no be announced until the 28'th. 'The three candidates had big leads in their respective districts, so far can be learned. .CURATE AT WINDSOR Rev. Percy Harding of London has been appointed curate of All Saints chiirch, Windsor. TEACHERS QUIT Three of the Stratford' Collegiate staff have resigned. nomination the possibilli] convention. Scores of the conventlo back any of third candidate and of a second or double I'll could he found in crowds who wouH WltU Dr, Morse's Indian Root Pills -are just the right medicine for the children. Whrn they arc conitipatcH their kidneys arc out of order over-indulgence in sortie favorite food gives them indigestion Morse's Indian Root will quickly and put them I right. i rely vegetable, mey nrithtr sicken, weaken or gripe, like harsh purgatives. Guard your children's nealth by always keeping a of Dr. Morse's Indkn Root Filliin the M ChildrvR RYLANDS IT FOX NEVERBEFORE NEVER AGAIN Will bargain? like these be found in this great city; July and stock taking comes only too soon. All Summer Goods must go, profits, are now a thing of the past. Business these days is tremendous. Every day, every hour, you will find Rylands' Store crowd- ed to the doors. This Great Rummage Sale has created a great sensation amongst the buying pub- lic of this city. They realize that at last they have a chance to share in a Real Cut Price Sale. OUR SALE PRICES ARE IMITATED OUR BARGAINS DEFY COMPETITION DAINTY .'INSERTION AND EDGINGS IN CAMBRIC AND MUSLIN EMBROIDERY WORTH 'UP'TO 15c.-; RUM- ,MAGE; SALE 5c CHILD'S FINE X'ISLE ,QR COTTON SOCKS, LACE DESIGNS, RINK, TAN SKY, _WHITE. REGULAR 20c fie, RUMMAGE 15c EXTRA QUALITY LADIES' LISLE GLOVES, 2 DOME FASTENERS, GREV, WHITE TAN AND BLACK; R.EGU- LAR 40c and 35c, RUMMAGE SALE PRICE. 25c soc.'AND 7Sc JABOTS: MUSLIN 'AND GINGHAMS, SIDE FRILLS; ALL AT FMALL 'AND AND LIGHT VALUES AS 1 1Sc. AND.20C., .LOW PRICE. ...FOR THEY ALL- YARD .Af RUM- RUMMAGE PRICE. PRICES Hair Pins, 3 Boxes for Hair Nets, 6 for lOc 25c OF YARDS OF FINE QUALITY DFiuSS LIN- ENS "AND DAINTY VOILES, FANCY FOULARDS THAT SOLD AS HIGH as 60c; RUM- MAGE PRICE 25c ?1.25 KIMONAS' 51.50 WAISTS S1.75 SACQUES GLOVES ALL ON A BIG. TABLE MARKED YOUR .CHOICE 90c VANISH- ING POINT ON MUSLIN DRAWERS, CORSET COV- ERS, SKIRTS AND NIGHT: GOWNS SEC THE GOWNS AT 80c Prices Lowered Every Day at This Great Rummage Sale I. CORSETS CROMPTON'S CORSETS BRITISH COLUMBIA PLANS MANAGER OF GAS WORKS Hon. Prier Allison to Address the Dry- Farming Congress and Send Big Fruit Exhibit Hon. Price Ellison, minister of Fln- nce and Agriculture of British Coliim- 'iu, has' accepted an .invitation io ad- Iresa the great International Dry- Arming Congress in AI- 2l-26th, and he has noli- ed the officers of the orgauiziitlon hat he is making every effort to liave mo of, Hie largest exhibits of fruits iver gathered in HriUsh Columbia to It ia proposed to take IMs dis- ilay to tho great land sliowy In Chi- ago'and New. York after the Dry- 'armed Products Exposition nt J.eth- rldge. Edward Voisard has been 'appoint- ed niiinagcT of' Si. Catharines gas works. ACCIDENT AT CAMP Major D. H. Mchareu. broke two ribs by a fall from liiB horse at. Niag- ara camp. FELL FROM STEAMER John Hartley, ayed 1.2, of Peterboni foil from a sleamur Iu the Trent can al nnd WAS drowned. FARMER'S DEATH Wm. U'alklneton of King township died suddenly, aged til A New Discovery MacliRln, Nature's Scalp Tonic, the only remedy ever discovered Mint w to -the 'nalura! hnlr foods or Moulds of tho scalp. Has a record for growing hair (xiscs out of 100. Price for complclft homo treatment, Sold and guaranteed by Jack- son Co. FINE FOR THE FAMILY Kcllogg's Toasted Corn Flakes 'is economical as well'as nutritious and zestful. A ten-cent package contaips enough for twenty dishes. DOESN'T WANT BAR Hay of Quinte. Methodist Confer- once has declared Tor abolition of the bar. The Lethbridge Cleaners We do tailoring and French Dry Cleaning a Specialty Clothes called for livered. 4 Work guaranteed, Hats cleaned whllo you wait. Phone ,M4 Johnson Block 323-Sth 8t ;