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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, THE IJBTHBRI BAKING POWDER CANADA. CONTAINS CONFORMS TO THE )MIGH STANDARD OF QjLLETT'S GOODS HAKlNd POW.UF.R vl -T.esteidtij from (Cotatlntfed Tuly 2 in olothee, having NutH Holding the RagulaV M.n Outside the iNeiv Yoik acquisition, e main of Clark men T, ere holding together although said some of them who have former ly had strong Bryan affiliations might develop ft tendency to t-j Wilson it the contest as prolonged These conditions led the Clark .menKto.'fend all their, energies to content qulcklj The Underwood fprc es were looked on- ini- pbittant part in -the present.Vpritical stage of tbe balloting They1 no evidence dunng the earl} their 123 votes on the tuolftb, made them In a sense the keV to the Clark men, for with them total would be augmented well: along towards tbe necessarjttwo thirds But at tho Underwood .headquarters itBere was not the slightest ill lecting the votes as a balance fff pow er among the other candidates sole idea ft is to keep the Undel wood force together, .in tire .belief.'-that- it would gather strength from all'quar-' ters'In'case'a'break camo In tfle.vean- dldates'now in the lead. Some "If" Talk Reports were current early "f, that if Underwood would for Clark, the majority leaderr.Of.the House would be named for Speakel Clark s supporters would not sai whether these reports had anj basis or not, but admitted that the Under- wood people now hold the key to the situation. Information was foitbcommg this toing to read the 1. hear 'm said. oday. Tho Speaker.was fbiiek.dt-, his lesk at tho. Capitol .before noon eag- irly 'waiting the reports from Balti- more. Somebody asked him what he knew bout the situation. "I know I've had a majority, on sev- eral ballots, and I ought to be nora Inated before was his reply. When the Speaker read Senator Bankhead's comment that the -votes of the Underwood delegates would not lead to his nomination, he returned, with a show.of spirit: "Let those delegates come to me, and see if It won't start something. A snowball grows larger and larger as it rolls down hill" Miss.Flossie Morrison, of- Macleoil. Is a. week-end guest with 'Mrs G. F Gott. Airs. Edward J Sehl leaves on Tuesday od an extended visit to Win- u'peg and Killarney. Mrs. McCready returned today from Crnnbrook, where she. has been ing her daughter, KenKie. Mrs. Me- of Kingston, spent eiterdaj Uawden and attended dance last evening. guest of Miss Angle the tennis NOBLE CROPS ARE LOOKING GOOD INoble, June 27 Crops in the vicin- ity of N'oble are reported to be good, lilh the possible exception ot a fev. neces of gldla "stubbled in" winch nould be aided by a shower The rains of last night were not nearly as hetuy here as at Carmangav ajid Lethbridge. J Qulnsey, oi the U F A and a prominent tarmer near Voble, sustained quite injuries irohi ialling from the high curb of a early on the morning of the 25th Besides a bad cut on the head, it: was feared that internal .injuries Mrs G V Butler and Master Oil bort have gono to Calgary to ugit with Mrs Eckerslej foi a couple of celts Ofrs W n Ward and Master Ken neth Donaldson left this morning to spend a month with their patents at Altorado. Mrs Sim llelvlg leaves tonight foi Hanover, Ontario Mrs Heluig will remain in, the east: until Christmas, visiting 'different points. i holiday, but.'wjll- meet on Tuosda afternoon with Mis. C A Little, 51 Seventh'St. :S. The Flower-Guild Is very graletu to Mrs C F P Conybcare, Mrs W S. Ball, Mrs. J. 13. Sheddon, .'Mrs. II 3. Gordon, and.Mrs. Qlfforli for llbera donations of gaideu blostomo for hospital work jeBteiday, The officials of the'Wesley Metho dlst'chitrclueutertalncd tho choir anil few frloa'js to a social, evening in the last atoning. Re- trosKments ,veie and an in- teresting' routlcaf program contributed by several members of the choir. Wesley Epnorth League will not meet on even'lpg oh account of the Sunday-School .picnic. All members and fiiends ot Wesley Sunday school, but especially the lit tie folks, are Invited to attend the picnic at the rlveiCbottom on Dominion Day and are asked.to meet at the church at two Tbia does not supercede 'the annual' Sunday school to Glow's Pass, the date of uhlch will be announced In a few days Go With The Crowd! If you want to know where that is, just peep in at The Bay any Satur- day evening. This evening the crowd be greater than ever, for .wte'fare tojfering special attractions in Holiday d the last few hours of these an offers will certainly be heavy' Cutev Kervous Mrs. Fred: Hick, and children companied' by .Stratton, leave on Tuesday on a six weeks' visit to Vancouver. Mr, F- A. engineer on the Southern Alberta irrigation ditch, and little. son, are guests, with the formor's parents, 3Ir and Mrs J Wallace. Itev. A'r G. and Mrs. Camerou have moved f rora their-former residence to'640 Ninth-Street South.- Henry Galvin.( and Misa Helen Galvm leave to be ty'for a year They thorn ttey to tile to camp, excepting overcoats and lira hi BOB. They pjll parade 3 fm bilmeing Jand lunbhccn Bv order r F, S FILMER, Lieut, iGddet Instructor BIG CATTLE 39 is no doubt tic, last big drive ot cattle in'thin part of the "from the WaJdron.jruici'itt'Hippy Val- 4> ley laaV morning Bros fiJuiQH Valley Se prime We iljiorning that .one of .the-leaders -of the Uadenvood in one of the Southern'.. delegations would urge that the time had come to turn Mr Underwoods to Mr Clark, on the ground tint the floor Reader's chances were only slightly at 'best in the- face of -Mr Bryan s oppo- sition the logical nomm at this hour was Speaker Clark Whether the effort to swing t Undel wood to Clark would successful was of gia doubt. is authority lor a stateme made today by number of Tamman Hall and bj laadeis Speaker Claik's tiwpaign, thit tb New York vote wllljiever go to W son and that Tamraanv Hall prefer Bryan the New governor. The Harmon strength, reducf to 39, on the twelflh. tallot, als 'Oked upon as a ToaSlbie acquisitio had Mr fuses to admit that lie is badly hurt. taken place Today, however, Qiiiiisej is around and -re- 'II. it r v r dnl l Supt erne' all others inqlul- ity i merit alone to that emui- B'eit Baking Powder uniform, pure, itt tavariabiy dependalrtc. Your gro- cer kftowi ask him. to Clwk, for wJille Ohio loyal tv Harmon ig, undoubted, yet it was >no ex.peqted to hold oiit the Harmon total falling of One thing seemed to be generally con ceded that neither tbe Harmon W Underwood fo'rces Vould go Wl son The ratter's strength 1 be concentrated 111 the ptogresilv and radical elements already under his stands! d with prospecfg'o eating into the more progreailri 'contingent, lEUbi latter becomet restlees with delay. statement of W. J. Brjan tba the New York Harmons chanree was discussed generally-to- day, and it was urged. those oppos ing Speaker Clark that (Weight to the x A'Stolid Bunch l' National Cpmraittecraan James Weatherly, ot todaj 'This In Those bid den vere JIiss Oliver, Miss Podger, Miss -Cook, Miss 'Manson, Miaa Ami- strong, Miss-Waterman, Miss .Tudson, Miaa ;K. .ludson, Miss Clarke, Miss and Miss 0. Diser. dance of.the Lethbridge; Tennis club, which was held iri the j S. O. E. hall last an un- qualified siicccES. Palms and ferna decorated (he-stage where Gaskell's orchestra was afationed. (Mrs. L, -G. gowned in black silk, prelfily braided, wiUi touch- es and Mrs. H. D. Williamson In -a while embroidered gown 'over' pale blue, acted as patfonesses. The music plendid, the affcr supper extras being, played by Airs. R. B. Shaw and Miss A perfgctlj fine time was enjoyed by about sclent) guests, Avere in- formally dieBBcd, the iadica in little summer fiockS 'and the gontlomen in flannels. .The Art Needle-work.club meet oa-Monday on i _ The days art here with ui ntj the Macca of rnany thirtty theppen hurrying builneis men who the day'ji with a minute's rest and long, cool, refraining drink. WitinVHe co'ine' arid visit our four- tiln'rooms and there ipend a few aho'rt 'in the 'cool 'fresh store of energy to continue the 1 v NO W-Introduce Yourself to'6ur Ice Cream Jtmt a )vord abontoiir. phosphates. We don't u.30 any diluted or cheap acids-mothins but. the pure phosphate, the right to cool >ou off and lone up your stomach. Who doesn't like We make our lemonades right before your, eyes You can't help but see thej m good Enjoy a lemonade at our fountain v the frfMlfl ard ihKle of a cold, sparkling, soda'at will kill that-thirst. DRINK ALL THE SODA YOU WANT! Our fountain is i3nnftAry--ft. modern examplis j of- perfect cleanliness in nodV dlspfisjng Absolute refrigeration and perfect earljonnHon glvds sparkling and cotd clean and perfectly safe All spoons, glasses, etc. are washed in boiling wntor, dried nrnl polished. Individually after using. We Excel In Quality ROCHON'S Snnd.ics like your sundae made in tome particular ,way. If so, vou will tfet the our fountain RIdh crushed' 'frulfi i ajfd nuts render our Bundaeft extremely llclons. t be ;