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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lelhbrhlge. Alberta. Friday, .June 2Isl, 1912 Number WON'T CHOOSE CANDIDATE TILL NEXT WEEK POLICE BELIEVE CLARK ROBBED THE POSTOFFICE On Remand at Barracks Cashed at Caniiangay Robert' with a string of uliascb, lies in the guaid room at the .Police Barracks, facing' .1 serious, oliaige, namelv, tlial rir Itrrak- into MM> Stirling post ofli-e IP iLentlv and stealing tlicrciroiu -i om-v (orders and monej of the .'a'lii- hundred dollaii.. t'lark, t a flc'ged, used various aliases in an ef- CUTTING ALFALFA The first cutting of alfalfa was made at the Experimental Farm yesterday.., Alfalfa Is an exceptionally fine crop year district, CHANGE INDUSTRIAL SITE fOLICY fr HEARING CASE AT MACLEOD journed -to a meeting of .the license commissioners, to .be held at Jlac- leod today, PASS COAL MINES HAVE QUIT WORK Calgary, June hearing of the application of J. McDonald, foi foil lo fool thr police, wh> line ha.l Ol hlfe 1Icense ihe VIt" -a difficult task tracking the events tona hotel- Carmaugaj, has been ad- ctirrounding the lobhcrv i l is 'in that llic prisouei noiuit.ci rt- fectsd disguises 111 M ilt'f than the; ent last That the ver diet of the Citv Council, which sat committee last night for the pur considering the final ;commit- with Ellis, Unionist, I.unn, Labor, The Inc-elcctton was caused through the reffiKnatfon of fl.-'J.' Wilson. T-iln 1 eral, at the last election was unopposed. A VICIOUS -THIEF A thief robbed tho till of Jos. Bry- ant, a blind 'shop-keeper at Wood- stock, of Two were PROGRESSIVE- CARMANGAY Carmangay, June 20.-rThe dam in connection with the waterworks ivatcm Is comjilct- ed, and a reservoir is, formed noirts between (he and ten million gallons, [linking a very nicc minlatuie town is justly- jiroiid or ita water .and light especially aa .it is superior t services in other towns, cost Iiig three'times the .money. The sum of allowed for publicity purposes. Of this goes to the Dry-Farm- ing Congresb as the .Board's share of the publtcit) building; exten sion, .leaving In- reality for ihe Board's Rork for the year. this has already been turn- ed over to. the Board, and most of it has. been used to date. Five thousand .dollars will have to cover their ex- penses until January 1 next. Chairman Bowman, of the-Finance committee, stated this morning, that the .city, would be compelled- to cut according'to its cloth, this .year, .and ithe Board will have to do likewise. The council in did .not complete its work last, night, although they worked until 12 30 Another held on Monday even- Ing, when heads "of departments also he piesent, when the .esti- mates ,-wlll bo given their final cut- ting, and each department will be rig- orously scanned to see that no'esti- mates are allowed, except those which arc. absolutely necessary The beaAj overhead charges is pausing the committees some worry, as, in. order expenditure as close to ;is iiossible, htive to trim the current expenses to the cst possible point, The Finance committee report will be ready, .however, for (he first meet- ing W the Council in July, when the M-iil bu sirucK wiihoui faM. AH Night Debate in- tlie Credentials, Committee Taft Forces Won Forces Cling Men Refused to Atten'd Committee Wrote Strong Demonstration in Convention This Morning ROOSEVELT WAS AGAIN TURNED DOWN oW. J.' BURNS The noted detective, who is now work- up the {grafters, of Atlantic City BAD FIRE AT CHELMSFORD, ONT. Ont., thirty buildings, including four and a hotel.wore destroyed by fire In ..Chatamsford, twelve miles west of here, this morning. Nine famillei are homeless. BOY KILLED BY AN ELEVATOR Man., June Buckingham, 12 years -old, son of F. Buckingham, was caught, in an; ele- vator in Christie's stationery ware- house', this njornlnp; about 8.30 InsUtttly killed. No NEW POSTMASTER AT CARMANGAY June T. 0. Parkinson has received notice from, Ottawa ot his ap- noinlmpnf an here. Mr. Rosenberg has resigned, this being one change sinco September lust not due to pol- itical The new post- master is fathor-ln-law of Mr. W. Cinninfngs, one of the moat aggreaslve of Conservative here. Chicago, June. Roose- met.their third defeat in the Republican National con- vention this afternoon by a vote of 569 to '699 the convention vitetT to table resolution of Governor Hadley, which would have ed any contested delegates vot- ing on any of the cates reported by the credential The first vote was on the tem- porary cnairman, Roots election. The second on Hadley't original proposal to the effect, was 564 to 510. Chicago, 111, June th [nowledge tlut the committee hud m nearly completed its- is oik, the del ;ates to the Republican cot ention were slow to move toward tb Coliseum this morning, foe the ses ion scheduled to Up to 10.40 o'clock, only a delegates were fn their u- rom they poured erj Don f I icti UK reports s to tlie intention of 'as laiionaly rumored that thef VOiild Tie a recess until 8 p in an ad ournment until tomorrow, and tha convention would proceed'to cqn idei ,it onco such contents' as the had decided at tho coi ening hour The general- impiei ion was that an adjournment would taken but some insisted the A'la am a cas-e was to be coneiderecj al nee. It was luither reported that il ight be Tuesdaj or Wednesday be. ire a nomination might be reached At 11 am woid that the con- ention was to uroceed on a paily re ore from the commjttee on, creden als. This statement Brought the del- gates rapidlv to their seats to pre- are for the struggle. It was expected the forc- i would make their'last biB e convantion Tliev had sctetl to make their stand mfTlfe edentmls committees le.nort as a hole, but weia prepared to meet the ange of plans and fight all the wav rough ou f v The galleries filled up slowly, and n minutes after the schcduledV.tlme calling the convention to order hundreds of chairs were vacant. Woman Sang Coon Songs High above (he noise fioiu aliuffling feet and shifting chairs, throughout the big auditorium iang out a "clear aopiano, In a coon song, hand- some woman, dressed in a blue .tail- ored sJlt, and wearing a'big hat; appeared far up m'thy. bandstand, jusl under ateef girders of loof, and, by the or- chestra, sang severaj, tongs' In the lull the New Jersey delegates rose in their Hats, and, deli'vered'th-e Jersey yetl, that bag, become famous- ly familiar in the convenUon% West Virginia answered .Terny, and the shrill shriek of the Californians join-; in for a time, but thp demonstra- j tions did not the jelling' subsided. At 11 20 the word came from the another noliy welcome in he entered. ,the press stand. Several delegates called "Speech! and the band played "Should AuM Ac- uualntance Forgot" Mr, Brjau smiled, and waved his hand. He speech. At 11.55. toe band was still playing. There was no sign, of calling the convention to order. Air Hoot was in conference with Senator Crane, of and James W Wadeworth, of York. The credentials committee voted at 12.20 o'clock to submit to the conven- tion its report on the Alabama con- tests. members, led by Hpnrv and Halbert made a vigorous attempt io action. The >ote on the adoption of the motion was 32 to 15. (Continued on page 8.) KEYSTONE PORTLAND CO. TO START WORK AT ONCE OFFICIALS SAY 's Blairmoie is to have a phnt o cost four hundred thousand announcement was mmde yester-' lay by the directors of the Keystone1 toitland Cement companv, followljig he deciilon of the directors to.autli- rize ihe construction of the t is to have a'capacity of fifteen rhtm-' red barrels per day and will be com- leted early in 1913 The tie. ocated vithln a short me, coal and shale deposits' >ystone company The acked by group of Bninsels bank- The plant will consist ulldines the largest of which stock houee 250 x 60 oner house will n80 ant be one of ,the ana da t The syndicate financing theu con- .ructlon of the Blalrmore nnounced that a barrel shmeiit _will be erected on the Pac- c coast. Construction worlf on'the Rirmore plant will commence. July th The main offices of the .Key- one Cemeat company are m Galgai'f TORY TURNS TO ftCQTT Prince June J, who in the Old 'Territorial isembly a Haultain aupporter, nd worked hard in 1908 re- ,ru of J E Bradshaw, the Coasen-a- ve member for Prince Albert, has nomination m the conatit- ency of Cumberland as an inde- indent supporter of the Scott gpyeVn- ent and is working hard to e return of Dr. Robertson, the Llb- tl candidate opposing Mi. Brtdshaw Prince Albert. credentials committee that opposition to a partial report Had ailaen pending further wdrd from the" committee'. Chainuan Hoot made uo move jo calm tho convention.to .order. The delegates Massachu- gave a Roosevelt yeiJ, aunounc- ing their IS votes forjRoOsevelt. ;They brought New Jersey, Virginia and .California back to their, feet jnd it was another attempt to start, a de- the crowd settled back to await Ihe fall of the gnvel. Prom then a succes- sion of mild men in the Pennsylvania delegation had a new cry, of 'Which 'was "Siity-flve referring the 66 .delegates led by Senator Klyn-n for tJie .WlllUm NO MORE TOLLS Cataraqui bridge has been cner b> the government, and abolished after 85 years. taken tolls FARMERS TO BUILD ELEVATOR June 1 meeting of -farmers hag been called here tor tomorrow which the proposal to erect a fxriRprc' be di; cussed Ai tides of incor- poration already been re- ceived, and It is :proposed to liulld a elerator, dIUded Into biua, AMures each er interevted bin to a carload. ;