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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 17ie Lethbridge Daily Herald P i Wr' 4 _. Volume V. Lethhridj-e, Alberta. Friday, June 28, 'Number 169, CIRCLE THE GLOBE WITH WIRELESS (TELEGRAPHY Great Britain's Policy for 1) efcnce rwpotfeH Reveal- ed ai International Coir of .Cable u oinpanies London, June wireless con- iVentiori now in. session here, which1 found iU gieatest difficulty to he in' dealing with wireless telegraphy'as s commercial- agent; 1ms at lus't I eorae particulars of the agreement tween the Marconi and [British eminent England, lu uthei European counti les, regi wirelesses instrument of the agreement Lho Marti Bllfl erntiou increasp in geometrical ratio with the power ,of -the'--station. The convention, has the diffi- cult task of becking hi make pioper rules foi the conpnorclal ube ot vine less without regulating the infant In dustry Info chaps Hudson's Bay Com- pany to Issue New Stock London, June extraor- dinary general court of the Hud son's Bay Company, hat been called for July 1, the, propoted supplemental charter. Power Is Bought to divide the.pre-, tent tharei Into iharei of 'icach, and to of preference jh'ares of Increase the amount of debenture, capital Issued up to and alio set aside 'not less than per acre on land sold after, the .charter is granted sit capital reserve; fund. HARMSWORTH BRYAN London Times Bitter in oi Great Democrat artf m Company-hua beeii' made'.with tliib' as the leaJinj; thought It provides tf sat the British government bupph the Slarcoui Company with DOO with which to build five great Wire- less stations, Australia y the gov eminent will pay only foi- the less installation, the gi foimd and Imildmgs, and "everything that relates soieU to TVI torn tnunlcation will be furmslUd by the government "w all bo seen the and .completen ess of the equipment planned and fio'm this will be seen the reliance 'which Eng laud is prepared to place in wneless us an Instrument of war. But though the primary purpose of tl te stations Is that of national defence they "ftill used for commercial bu sliress, ant KB in time of war solely un ier govern Bnent control Britifeh govern ment now tfwa cou ntry's tele EI aph and telephone an3 now also ito round-th i-3 the D government 1hat wireless still finds its hit h to rules and regfilatioi.- VireleBS It n KB believed that a provision of the 'tjiitish erument's agreement wltjl i the Mar com companj would gji mplify f tho dueetion of comhiercidl rvles, hut de spite this ft still appears tjhat the con ventiou vUU adjourn wj (th nothing done to regulate t t-onund) daily the wireless business The >affio agree meiiiment between the ]iany goternmeiit will not cha'nge the situation" Although wire- less IB to be as a ivorld competitor to the cable In busiuefis, must be nursed, >not regulat- ed into bankruptcy, and not permitt- ed the pization and 3 e-organizatlon. and the vlbarious mak 1ng breasting of Uillll inalres that 5s the story of lecent jfttrs The conven-ttoii will not..attempt to ieg ulate the cost of wlrcles B messages The itwjlf confront- ed by a.'Bituatlbn In whichi wireless ia Kit ill far from being a coniinercial suc- cess, owing'to failure of nhl efforts to find a means of prevent! ing tap 4 plug of mettagfis, also I ho 'inability (o devise a means of pH iventing tho Mirloui stations from Inte-rfering with 4 one another, while sending, o' receiv- ing It is alsm found that the iuTflnl cost! of fnstaltliitg n station aM llw exjwiyie of Ha upkeep ;uid op ig Clark's came to ol "aliases in'an prisoner was at tested recently near Winnifred a large numliei1 stol- en money orders on him. Other Charges -Vgainst Prisoner In addition to the Stirling Post Office lobbery Clark is accused ot breaking into the atore ot Robert Adair..at .Clatesholm and also steal- ing post offices of Stavelv and Langdon After hearing the charg- es lead OVCL by His Honor, the pris- oner elected to bq tried at once and thereafter pleaded guillv to all the charges read to him In ihe clerk ol tlie court His Honor thereupon ques- Lioned the pusoner as nbi entente m this country Clark said lie was an Englishman and tias anxious to laisc monev lo get homestead TTe hadjurmerl'y been. in trouble in Saskatchewan Prisoner thereupon sentenced to seven j ears', hard labor in penitentiary, Predicted Nom- i nation with' Underwood Jtiuming Mate New York, June 27 Times this morning "After showing its contempt for J. Brjau by adopting one-half "jaf the impudent re- lie introduced, the Balti- MR. DRAY1W ACCEPTS THE OFFICE Toronto's Solicitor Wil Succeed Late James JP. Mabee A STRONG MAN convention have, another NEW ZEALAND'S RADICAL PROGRAM JOSEPH WARD HAS PLATFORM QUITE ADVANCED BUT RE- GARDED-MODERATE Wellington, Time legii... tho piogramme of the Zealand government ib on the 'much mildei than Sir Joseph Waidg last piogramme The new programme in- cludes old age women ov- sixtj, farnieis cooperative banks and important agi (cultural conces- sions A preferential vote instead of utiuuua haiiOE, inilitaiy detention msiend of prison the defence act, antitrust" legislation, .eoprocity -nith Australia, and a State owned cable New'Zealand, and the other Dominions, if Gieat Bri- tain refuses to cooperate. TRAYERS BOUND BY HIS HONOR Toionto, June to lake the icmarked W R at the olbse of this morning's sessiori ot Farmers bank catjmrv, pressed to tell to whom the mj stenoiii 000 cheque went "You may change mind when are taken r dryly comnicntrd Su Mcmhtli who iiitimalci! that Ttau'ii, might be kepi n till the question was an- .nerccl Mr Tracers retuied-the'sug- gnstion that it would be well to have counsel advise him an point "I mven mv.uoid ot honoi lot to disclose an; he ('eclat- ed TWO ROADS TO USEONETRM lesolution thanking- him for the ex- pression of blackhearted malice and treachery that forever destro} s his standing in the, party and so rid self of the man who has been its tcomgc and its curse for sixteen jears "Mr Biyan '.been foremost in contriving to get Alie nomination for He Trcnfcto Baltnnoie with that m.tjiat hope. He can now gp over io Mr r 'to anybodr else without measurable injury lo the prospects of party the campaign, and to 'the very gieal ana benefit of the Democra- tic party, 'it however, should be received 'in that camp, he would come info .immediate and, bene ver> Vail St. bj Ilr Perkins, whom he in his resolution An Is Regarded as well Qua] it'ied for tlic important Position Ottawa, June 28 L Dra; >n, K G Toronto, will accept tt Chairmanship of the Dominion Rai waj Coimnibsion as successor to late Mr Justice Mabee. The positio was not sought by Mr Dray ton, bu sought the man a matter course the subject uill come belor the council and the appointment ma; be ratified by order-m-counc 1 a their meeting tak may rid of him H ib w pected tba% Gov do, the -party "is confidently ex- Woodrow Wilson1 C, N. It AND G f P IN COMING OUT OF THE CITY' OF j CALGARY Ottawa, June Minuter' of Railwiyt hat approved route' maps of the G T. P from Calgary to Couttt a> originally drafted but- __on-condition that the agreement between the G. T. P. and Canadian' Northern for the joint UK of 20 track be put into effect.- .Both companies accepted the1 condition, snd a wofkmg agree-' ment will be prepared to be mifcted to the railway ers for approval. 7 will be for ably on the second ballot Gov Wilson's fitness for the of- nce in respect- to character, training and equipment is everywhere Recog- nized, he has .elements a of> Slrenfith could hardlv he asserted, of oth- HILLCRE9T MAN ELCCTED 4 This was declaration day in connection with the election of a %ice-pre8itlentf for District Minera 'No. to Mr. Clem Stubbs, ylio was elected preside tit a ueOks ago In aucccfision to Powell; resigned. ,1. 0. Jones, declared elected bj HO major- BIG BLACK CLOUD HIT RIGHT SPOT COUNTRY SOUTH OF TABER GOT VERY WELCOME DRENCH- ING RAIN: Tuber, June 28 The threatenod drought1 in some sections of this difi- 'uriot was gloriously _ broken1 yester- day bj a rainfall which gave the tlnrstj land a thorough drenching A great black cloud which came up from (ho direction oi Lelhbridge about 3'3 o'clock, opened its spout in the Tab ci 'district, and b> actual measure ment u llnrd of" an inch fell in fifleei minules The most pleasing part o it was that" the part oty the countr which need rain the most got the heuucst shouer Ihne is gencia rejoicing todaj for ihe nomination ant the delegates in this convention who have been, under the control of no boss, no faction or interest have evi dently come to that conclusion under the sole guidance of their own will "It was thought last night that the nomination for vice-presidenl would go to Underwood This would be a tickev to command the confidence of the- counts ami, the vote of every Democratic and of multitudes of Re- publican "voters, men who believe that the republican lease of power should be terminated ami the regenerated democracy intrusted with the chief offices "Mr .Wilson's name will give great strength to tlie ticket by reason o! Ins bioad qualities of statesmanship Mr Underwood, who lias gamed, a high reputation by his distinguished service ia_the house of representa- tives, and as chairman of the Ways and Mcans Committee will embody as other Democrat can, the issue of tariff reduction While at the present liour of writing it cannot he positive- ly deti'imincri that will be the nominations made it is our belief place in a lew Though the ut most secrccv has hedged the proceed ings leading up to the acceptance o the chairmanship by Mi Draj ton th MSits paid by the latter during tin past few uavs to the capital assuiei (Continued on page 8) FROLICSOME WIND AT these are the conVcntion strongest candidates could name BLEW DOWN COAL TIPPLE AND TWO HOUSES TURNEB Blcan, Juno tipple- of the Consolidated Companj lying in- a heap tof til. houses ,wlUi the floors ana a "small 1 outh'auses olown some distance, the tribute paid by the Blcan inlnlhg camp to the tornado-like wind which swept over the district on Wednesday nigtt. The wind blew Mith terrific force, and the coal tipple seen to sway and creak the first blast struck it There were five mine cars on it, which probably helped to make it top heavy and ,contnnuted to the smash. The structure is a complete wreck and unless work is started on rebuild ing soon, the mine might not be readj for opeiatlous for ihe winter's out put. CHAMP CLARK IB Olil FIRST THREE BAILOR Democratic Convention Made Big Noise and Reached First Vote Candidate Early This Morning Baltimore, Md., cial reiult of the lecond billot: Total: Clark............ Wilion Harmon 141 Baldwin 14 Marshall 31 2 Bryan 2 Not voting 1 Clark and Wilton each gained on thlt, Wilton getting fifteen more votes, and Clark six. 'f The third ballot, like the two ones, resulted in no num. ination. Biltimoie, Tune alttijiK 1 through tho nistht the Democratic Teach-ed the first ballot on he Presidential uomiuati6n shortly )efore Sam todaj There was no choice In fact, all he candidates weie fao fai, awaj from he two thirds iieceBsarj toVqm nale that the -delegates for- ward to a hard figiit i After the first ballot the convention .t 7 16 a m took a recede until 4. In the ijl much studying of ,tfle he test i ote, and manj inong the leaders The unofficial result of tlie ot was -L Sulrei, of Yoilc 2 Clark -Wilson .324 Unaeruood.......V Harmon i 148A% Marshall e Baldwin Brjan, Bryan Wai MurrT Win J. Bijau oday on the first ballot residential lifted te adjournment of the'all nighties OB, the Nebraskan to otel, he rest; He dlcated that the delegates bad eady spoken their mind a against Un- ensood immittal as to whether or although' Jie from now on, the convention would keep steadily at businesi, -with pioipect of a buccession qf ijallots un- til a decision was It-wan not; expected the platform would ba ed until late this evening, and bly not until tomorrow, although the' draft will be ready for presentation' that'lime Early Morning Qottlp i Baltimore, Md, June expected, Speaker Champ Clark led' the other candidates on the first bahe lot, he received 44014 lotes, to 324j for Woodrow his nearest al. This, left the Speaker4 280ii votes short of the tw o-thlTde. GovernorfJndion of Ohio, aided by New York's solid block of 00 votes, was third, with 148.( Representative Oscar W. Alabama, received William Jennings Brjan, of braska, got one >ote from the Ohio-, delegation Sometidf his expected Uiat he would scattering votes, but the .fact thitbp; did not show ally strength' OB the first ballot did nol discourage them Thev still felt that in the'ev-, ent of a deadlock, which, early seemed more than probable, Mr. Vn might be turned to again to bis party In the Presidential (Continued ou page 8) T WEST BOUND TRAIN The overtuinnig of the tipple did not satisfy the fiollcsome tempera- ment of the gale Two cottages be longing to the Independent Coal Co, weie picked up like so many chips and turned In one cot tage, Jlrs Dolan'and two children were in bed, and were placed at the lisadvantage of being under the mat- less instead of on top of it Mrs )olau nearly suffocated in such close quarters, but managed 'to extricate icrself. and nith some difficulty got icrself and children out of the turned house It was the greatest wind stoim ev ir experienced In this pait of the pro 'ince, but fortunately no one was ddcd'that had %otedlfor Clark Mr Bryan believes great moral vlctoij of his Belmont solution, and which turned Ihto e corneutioa like a boijib fast night (hei the btenkfaat Mr Bryan' iked freelj 'of theJ Resolution leplfed -WHICH PASSENGERS A? 'GRIEVANCE fl Bnrdette, June kirdefte one and a half milev fromt Medicine Hat, aa a result of the wreck', of -the weat-boimd, train Kfty sivty passengers wno were on that f- train are walthig the the C F R to secure to their homee I The tender of the train left the at 5 15 No one was hurt After wijf it ing for some time1 in the liope some provision would be made' their transportation, some walked to- purdette and others to Grawy Until a late hour no arrangements had made by the company. "You wait for a weftf 'There hrfa felt by the pawenfm thlqo funni of the operator n't Bufdvlte fo never been such an alignment a Piesidential party agali an' inter- est Just bee the A ote that was cast for the leaolution" 'i-v "Did not tha the clause demanding withdrawal oi-tbe delegates representing Morgan- Rjan-Belmont interests Ft solution" replied Mr Bryan, em- phasis The last clause was putting into effect the first 'V Speculation Rife 4 Baltimore, June 28 specula tioii during the early, Hours f today, centred 011 the length of the as to when it was likely arrangement he made.' RETURNED EAST WESTERN BOOSTER 1 oronto, June 38 Geo Ross, Mipctmftilulcnl ot mails for tin1 Dominion oi Canada, h.is rcUitnwi to Toronto oflcr a trip lo tlic west coast Jn reply to coucetn- ing HID growth of busincst in1 the well generally, Mi. Ross' "said. "There Is substtiQti.il growth every- where anil evorvhodj is opllmtatic re- garding the futiiic The progrcsV ot inine of the nestrrn cities h anting and tlie pustal dpnartinrnl bhurcs the success ot plwes.1 "'------J DADDY CAN GO TO WCJRK NOW RIGID QUARANTINE LIFTED ON NECESSARY QUARANTINE; PATIENTS IN THE.-ONE REN MUST STAY. AWAY :FROM, SCHOOL Read this carefully, for it hifi joy to more than oue household in Lethbridge. No more rigid nuarantine for mess les and German measlee. That is the latest "order .from the health authorit- ies All spring there hava been manj cases of measles in the citj and in every cas-e the whole house had to be quarantined, although -this is about only- in; where such .drastic measures are taken. .But 'new order has gone.forth. Here it The Provincial ing Quarantine. 'Afeaslos and German muasleB-have twen remnveil from the (iiuurinttne [fit to modified Quarantine list 'his the whole louse beinp quarantined, the patient Cluldien living !n Pifocled homes are not permitted, to "attend school or; to pla> with othci childien "L. GEO. DeVBBBR "Health oue toom in the until tiic LATEST CAUSE FOR A STRIKE Kiiwston, Ont June gang ot tlulfgiihami uorking on the Cana- Northern railway at Salmon Rner beyond Ncwhurgh, iavc quit woik a pwuliaL causo Sunday while cashing, one ot tlieii nliinbei nas> drmuieii in the The Bulgarians refuse to work arc tion, and its ability to avoid lock in the session, beginning o'clock Una afternoon, and after of course, on who be" the nott ee It was expected caucuses would he j 'theie could uoL well begin me; after- noon, us most of ,the leadctH were tu Ired after the Chairman reiferm'Ted ihe view that there would'be no deadlock, and that the standard henrer would choBPii without another'all aion. The chairman was. little the .worse after his Hln was holding out and his atnrdj was sen ing him well in his efforts to keen1 the convention moung steadily forward.' IIo felt WANT DUKE TO VISIT CHICAGO 111, of Coonaught, Governor Canadii, li to be invited, by a detMa tlon ot the Chlcajo auociatlon of com-? raerce to visit Chicago thta to, mrntlgate the builnew methods of the country The delegation will leave Chicago on July 9 on one the of extension trips one 'of the social functions planned for the "trip Is the reception vto be tendered by the visitors to the Gover- nor General At that time it ia tha> purpoie of -the Chicago bufiinesg men to invite their host to accompany them to Chicago. WILL STRIKE TAX RATE TUESDAY STRUCK BY A CAR Ferine, June 27 miner, named Antonio Sypil.if wat, struck ib.v- a. car. In' number- one mine Cptil-'Creek last night, and so baiUv injured that he died thin morning at the Fernie hrspital The ninu was about 36 >ears leaves n wife and children, This (a the first fatality OP- currlng at the mines for Utue. ratepayers nill Know what taxes tbey nill to paj af ter next Tueednj s meeting of the City Council Tho Council sat in commit- tee and continued the pro- cess of..paring down the esf-inrates, and on Tuesday the will bo brought down, and the rate struck.J No changes of lery great Importaiwa' were made although mil1 frills were lost when the Council eluded its labors. DROWNED AT NAPANIE Kingston, June Matt- ews, aged 21, met by drowntcc two miles from Nftpaftce Itc >nd brothei were bslhlng In r lie called to his brother to'ntft.tor' help but-the did ;