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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. LeJhbrldge. Alberta, Saturday, June umber DEMOCRATS PLANNING PROGRESSIVE PLATFORM Leaders Busy Settling Up on' the Important Plans Baltimore, Md., Juno Jennings Brynii. will make tho fight against tho-liumlug of Alton B. Park ot York, as .the temporary of the Democratic National of the attitude laken by the 'five candidates for pre- sidential nomination, to whom Mr. aeri't a asking to join with.him in opposing Mr. Park That, statement was emphatically today, by. Dr., P; Nation- al courmittceman ,.troin Mr. Bryan's 'home State, who .lias been keeping JMr. Bryan informed of the progress of events here. National c'ommitteenum Hall .said Khe issue over Judge Parkei liiore clearly defined .than ever, and that the fight had to come. "The replies o-f the- candidates so Jar -Mr.'.Hall, "cleai'ly iii tlfcate that .-they db.'not care to take sides, but tha't will make no ditfer Mr. Bryan. He will never let up in his fight, and it will be carried io the convention floor.' Building a' Platform Md., June Dem- ocratic National platform builders premise to present, to 'the convention jiext'week a document short and incis- ive. The number -61'; "teeth" in it, as one' plank holder'.said today, will de- pend upon the outcome of the btrug between and rad floriiy of points, however, the leade seeni agreed. Some of them say thlo have, the cpnvenlipi Bounded by a progressne chairman Mr Bryan probably will be made of the icsolutlons commit lae' circumstances, he is expected 'to play an important part m construction; of this Important doc iiment. In. view of'the Republican sit nation, and of the hints that the lead ors of a "third ticket" may appeal for support to progressive Democrats, there U little doubt that whatever the complexion ol the Baltimore conven- tion, Its will make sweeping concessions to the radical element the party. Senator O'Oorman, of New York, will probablj represent New York on the resolutions committee, it is the concensus of opinion KAISER'S SON IN HERO'S ROLE Berlin, Juno Kaiser's youngest eon, Prince Joachim; while cruising yesterday aboard his yacht, the luduna, off Kiel, saw a boat cap- in the squall 'Ihe ciew thing to the overturned signalled their distress. Prince Joachini Jump- ed into a. dinghy off his yacht, with two seamen, -ami 'rescued the imperil- ed men. v .JUDGE .DRY6DALE )f Nova Scotia, who. Is mentioned as possible chairman of the Railway Commission CAN'T PROMISE SUPPLIES, WILL TIE UP BUILDING WHAT A DUCHESS LEFT; TO HEIRS THIRD RECEIVES 000 OUT OF-TWO AND QUAR. TEH'li'lLLIONS London, lime bod) ot Maij Caroline, DoWgei of Sutherland willJb'iTlJuried In the mans oleum at Trenthtlh, beside lier aec- onil husband, the Fate Duke, in a tof- '111 made of the tliinnost wood, or os- eit, 01 some otherv material or a most lonsliahle kind In hei vull s left to her daughter, Comness Bub- m; to ller'viuird husband, Sir Albert Rolllt; to other rela- Ives, and serranfs. Countess Bubtia, ,111 addition to the ersonal effects, inherits all the tost trixls property in .England, .and the iiitheiland manor at Tarpon Si'iings, 'lorlda The estate Is valued at and the'iftatn duties aie mated at REPUBLICAN CONVENTION TODAY PARTY A FARCE TODAY Wild "Steam Roller" Seated Taft Delegates Serious Shortage in Plumb- ing Supplies Through- out the West Hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of building in Western Cana da nil! be tied up this slnnmei for tack of plumbing 'supplies. lhe Heiald has, this on the of authoutj Foi been moie 01 less protests from fBb 5cal wings of the jiaity On the j building contiactois of the cih thqt be the dominant issue and that a vigorous tariff plank should be. first 'ca're. The next Older of import- ance, relate to business monopo- lies to lhe piogressue "be declarations in favor of mor goi ennment Some of th Headers assert there mil he no refei In the plfltform. to the initiative referendum and recall, since matters are "regarded- as. distinctl, fit ate usuee. The States probabh vill be asked, to consider a recom jnendatiou for the adoption of prefer entlal ami the advocates o uniform country-wide primaries receive a A dn ision of op in Ion has over the possible illation of I'pe money inteiests The .esi are planning to advocat. a strong plank against the so called mone> trust" The milder form of this plank jiropoBed today is a simple declaration tin. favor of reforming the currency, it'more fllas and botter able to meet con-di In panics A universal %voman plank arrived here 1oday, and aeverml prominent auffra- fclsts already have promised a hearing 'bsfore the committee Otli-] the will oonsid cr are as Declaring foi leg itlar morfMCc of piobahl> th-e contraction of two battleships a year WANT TO BUY HISTORIC WORK AMERICAN WANTS CARVED STAIRCASE IN CROMWELL'S AT HIQHOATE London, June 22 for Khe purchase and removal id Amerir r.i, of the carved stair- c.w m Crornmell house, Highgate, ere reported.-. The staircase has thir- itcftii hindsoinely carved figures grades of thr pro the large plumbing 'and, metal supply firms of the uty were failing to de- liver their orders, and the blame has been placed on the wholesalers, i Now, the truth is known and it is found the dealers plumbing supplies are just us bad a position as the co tractors foi they HI e unalile to their -orders fgbm-Vtty'e'-mahufa ttiring I Just how of plum supplies is, nuy be seen from It (hfs morning by Ja Glenister, Lethbridge, manager o Metals, Ltd Orders lor plumtjin supplies which TV ere fortfaided to tli plumbing supplj companies in Maic] are just beginning to OA but not b any means all.of the orders are belli billed today Orders which have gone m this las few days will not be filled for thre> months tM least, mobably not thi 'ear. Mr. Glenister stated .this moriiint hat be wired seveial of the east-ern nanufacturing concerns the othe day to rush certain "We cannot fill any oideis foi a east three months, was one reply 'YVe cannot meet any moie orders his said .another. Both concems stated tbat they h greatly underestimated the 'amount of building to be done in the Wefat luis eutnmei, and tor this leaaon then large, winter stock is.ulready depleted and the contractors simpty to wait until their orders can be filled from this summer's man- ufacture, J-sjthlmdge is not the oalv city so affected other city tn Albei Is tlie same difficul- ty Tn Edmonton, tlie plumbing sup piles are o: ALL FILLING USE- London, June Bishop 'of London, lias met his six brothers to- fust tir-.t in lortv FaLicc His second Wnmingtoa Ingiam getliei for the vcars at Fulham brotlicr is F. U of Gravcsendj Ontario The eldest is an English the third au admiral, and the fourth Bishop in London', Hie sixth a 'countrv rector. The oungest an Indian administra- tor HIS LORDSHIP BISHOP SWEENEY Of the Anglican Diocese of Toronto It was 10.43 when Chairman Hoot dropped his gavel. The floor was in confusion aisles were cioudeu with delegates seeking- their seats. "Clear the .shouted the srr- geant-at-arms, and his'force scattered the crowd. Air: Root announced that con- vention was opened and th-iii a s'.ev tonan fiom the jjalleriea shout- ed "all aboard." Chairman Root, when some sem- blance-of quiet had been secured, in- tiodULeu the John Hill of York, nho opened the pio ceedings with piajer As Mr. Hill concluded, some one in :lie gallery yelled "toot, .and there much laughtai Contrary to the ftist repoit presented fiom the committee ca credentials dealt with the Mtosjss- ppi delegates at large It lecom- mendcd the seating of the Taft dele jates fr When the reading was concluded he gallei} uowd shouted 'the ajes have "it.1 (Contmiiod on page 5) OF TEDDY'S MEN Will be Known as "Pro- gressive Hold Convention Chicago, 111, rune was Ulk earh todaj among the RoosexelL delegates of meeting to etfect some form of temporary organization: of a new parU It is the desire of the leaders to take such a step before the delegates separate, that the work of forming a new paitj maj begin at once in part of the had not been decided uhethei u meet-j------------ nao ing would be held in the last mghl R R AfcCormack and THE TAFT MEN HOT UNDER COLLAR Roosevelt Men Statement Reflecting on Committee Majority Chicago, III, June :he members of the Grades .fals commlttet, who signed a state- ment attacking the woik of mittee were "wilful liars" and "gutter were made bv Chairman -ine Judge Robt E Morrison and oth- Taft znembers of that committee at he opening of today's aession "The Roosevelt statement nas circulated ders for; thousands.- of-dollars' worth now. in the.hands of, eastern concerns which cannot be The Metals, house in wired jy MT Glenister a couple of davs ago to send some supplies to help Leth- iridge out but could not do so Calgary was also wired to the effect, have my v ictg put under Mc- Cormack, rising. man can make luch chargeB 'VfiqfRrniiA _ thnf." nnrrnu' harl erj that" Darrow had shoun him a roll of hills low said, contained procured from Tweitmoe's bank Iu San Piancisco, that Darrow told him at the time that K hp could at ranged to reach two jurymen, James B Mc- Namaia iftould be com'ic'ted Harrington also testified that'oii the morning of Bert FranMln'a arrest attempting to hvlbe wood, Darrovv had said to him, God, if he speaks I am ruln'ed; The direct examination was brief Harrington testified that it was upon, Dnrrow s orders thai Airs Cap Ian was taken out of the State, I" JV DieKelman was persuaded to liave AI bmnrsrque, N .AI for Chicago, -andVn- r witnesses supoenaed by ition in the "VIcNamara case wete in- duced to absent thflWehes l V WANT TO WORK WITH POLICE (Special to the Micleod, June In the i-lcrald repre.u'nUIivc Chief License inspector Forstci' Jo 1 In-fur- ore in the silling of'liquor in MIC si'gregaledoroa, Mi i-'nrskr lie police department at LellibridRe should adopt a policy of .appatent. lostilily to the Ik-ensc departirffiiit, A LIFE IN PEN ('algary and other places llin two departments co-opcr- Harry Wilson, convlcte-d al nml'if the eilj polite itnliair an of killing liis brother, senlcnced action (lie maolihierv of the depart- to life ment ub placed at ilimr disposal. Tlieio i no occasion fqr not co opcr .iting ,ib Hie poluc am supposed to snppicss I.iw Hicaking and so as infractions of Hie liquor license art arc concerned it is highly desirable thai ihcie should lie unit) of action Mi FoLstcr'.sald that other titles and main smaller towns appointed one of Hie polite a license inspectoi, and he is Ihpn vested with all Ihe powers or the liquor license act. The 'departmental 'machinery is al- ways at-thc command, of the local officials and where police and depart- ment work togctlir-i u is much Ict.lo enforce' llit law, HIS Ottawa TITLE TO Tune 1 he ,01111 who suggested hav ing a bilingual school In Ottawa, and who h'ad perhaps consld erable to do with It, died jcsterdav at Clarence Creek, about 20 miles from here, in the person of .Mr Teles phore Hochon, evinspcctor of bilin- gual. eastern Ontario. out haUng to answer to. me for'it don't care whether he. is a. foot high, t or ten fpet high n memb-erg of the com ml t- tee demanded' that Mr "Ve- treaL from the chair He then step- ped the midst of the com, 'msmberi. t. Mr St Clair, ofjdaho, he thought much true t %f 'Do vou believe that rtport for the prftpared tn ad- demanded Msrrtson, walking up' to htm "Yes, I he "Then I say you, are a said Morrison i Mtrtly i Bluff .There was t rush .of to the front, but neither St Clair 01 Morrison showed any dispositioni-tb- encouhtor. t Acting Chairman. LanBtrum.V; of Montana, ordered, the sergeant-at- arma to coraiwl the members to-'take, their seats. Chairman Devine demanded that a subcommittee, of. the-majority mem- bers prepare a aho wthe falsity of j by the Roosevelt members PREMIER SCOTT DENIES CANARD Regina, .June 22.--Tho .statement appearing In the-Swift Current.''Ex pi-cas, and tolesraplieil throughout West, that IVemler Scott would .re- tire from the contest In'the S'w-lft rent constituency, nntl would1 be auc- as Liberal candidate, by -Mr. D. K. .McKwnn, is absolutely without -ho slightest hiundatlon. Premier Scott Is. and has been, for some dava In Ills own constituency, and on irtdiy. olglil addrexed turf eat political meeting ever held In Weal. Mr. Scott reviewed the work of his government, and discussed, the 'poli- cies which he is today presenting to t.hc people o'f Saskatchewan, he a stniight appeal not merely for their support for, the government, but for hfniRelf candidate In that and; atated-'thflfc iio w as In the fight to n finish and :md confidence, both himself and his government be cd by triumphant, majorities, ;