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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 20, THE LETiratpIPGE HERALD PageS Subscribers Please 1 i 1 t A new'; issue offye IJetfibridge City Direct ory will be out on or abdutjuly changes m, and additions to present listings must be 'sent in not later than July 5, i f no changes wittbe accepted after the evening of date mentioned. v I A. MacKAY District .Agtnt Lethbrfdge Phone FAILED TO MAKE CHOICE IN TWELVE BALLOTS V, 4 To whom it may concern: "Everyon'i tor I t it in tomaone Well oome and think with me Sunday Evening. ;SefVj mon theme for Sunday morning V "God, the Pathfinder." If yo'u.arc'1a in the dty, or If you hJVe no niQufir come and t Sincerely yours, Pattor FIrvt Baiptlit Qhurch Your Spring i .j.'i Clothing, y ,wlH -accord with -the bwLttty of spring1 and If you send it to -v, t 'T 7. elecnen in time for first balmy days of. spring. We will make your last eprlngr suit or overcoat look like a new one when we and' preiied It at, The Crewa'Cleaners Qpp. Church, Phone 474 ALASKA MILLIONAIRE DEAD Seattle, June 28.T-John Jameg who a great fortune Nome, Alaaka, in the gold boom tJie head of a lighterage and con vlradtmg company, died last night in r this city, aged 15 yearn retired i from business several years ago and had since spent his time traveling ajong the Pacific coast in a steam Itii on Top Every Time! r Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- ence Alberta's Best Baking Powder it uniform, pure, myarkbty dependable. i cer knowa him. CHURCHES UNITE FOR HOLIDAYS COMMENDABLE MOVE WHICH JEND TO FOSTER THE RIGHT SPIRIT Montreal, June 38 species ol church union will have four distinct tnalf-mt this slimmer, num- bers ol congregations of one denom- ination vv orslnppiag .with chmch- goers of diffeient up bring- ing less than eight city churches will lie closed will temporarily undertake to attend to the spiritual wants of the congregation whose place of wh'orship ik for the time being closed On tiic reopening of. the church-..of the visitors, the pastoi who lins been doing double dutv vvill take hib Vacation-and his' congregation will uoiship under thp pastor ol ihe re- opened church, who will that time .rnt.iirnfid- from his holidav trin. BIG, CONVENTION FRIDAY PANAMA CANAL WILL BE GREAT- EST BOON TO WESTERN CANADA Calory, cojn "piping and weaiternl Can ada are %Mcm ihgougli file opening of the Panama canal was well evidenced this morning in Patref Hall, when, at ten o'clock, more ...than 100 enthusiastic delegates more important provinces of 'Western Canada assembled to begin a VANCOUVER MAN MARRIED Toronto, Juno of Mfss M C Mclntyre, 290 Indian rotd, to W. McOill, of. Vancouver, took place todav, at Toronto They left toniiht for antdje When (hey oonift speaker asserted thajUhe tlai- ted States was giving "Western Can ada Virtually' -millions the'-opening'bf the canal. NQ-WBgtion of North America, he'said, la to-iB'e" greatly benefited He predicted that !by it untold wealth would bo dumped into the lap of Western Can ads, to the advantage of any f par j tiaulark industry but to tlip upbuilding i of1 all Industries and of general pros perity What definite suggestions the oon Terence ivIlPraake are1 jet known Many suggestions been ill jJSey iirm for" preeeniTtTon to" the con1 tiou. This niorning: was taken up largely in the gertectmg of a pe'ripaYient ganlzatMn and i hearts" the canal tp the ayricultural Internals of The conference was called to orfler by D A Datg, president of the [ness having prevented B B Benqett K C, M P, who was to have been'ln the chair, from attending the open Ing isevttlon. r A Civic Wilcome Mr Dags introduced iHfs Worship, Mayor Mitchell, who, in belwlf 01 the city, welcomed the visiting to Calgary. W J Tregillus, president of the Uni- ted'Farmeni of Alberta, addressed, the convention on the Paiiama Canal and the agricultural interests of Western Canada. .He lamented the fact that the economic conditions.'we havei ;ln this countrv today are not giving the farmec the opportunities he slioiila The farmers, he said, are up against monopolies that are lev; ing tributes upon them that are too heavj This is not-as. it; should-be. are to prepare ourselves for the new market (hat Jie caual open for us, we must, in order to get full ad vantage, help the farmer to er- come the buiden under whjch he is at pifescnt-laboring Ihe greater (iait of Mr Troglllus' efforts nere in coTivrncing igncuHural interesting, the tion of all other interest rmtnt first be looked to in preparation foi the advantages that will accrue with the opening of the canal. Baltijnore, tic convention aujgunied at 3 05 o'clock; -this morning alter taking twelve ballots .which left them no nominating a candidate than flio.fjrstK'tjallpt. There- is n deadlock and a compromise ol tome bint be1 nectary. The fpurth roll was called at 60t pin the btg croysd pnyinK attention to the cast it IG- sulted as follows Clark 443, S40A, jLlridcrw'ood .llSi'.Hacmpn 13CA, Marshall Baldwin 14, Keni 2 Hie changes in litic up Clark gained 4A, Un- 2A, 4, Mar- shall and Baldwin uuchaiigcd, :lmt Bryan lost1 the two votes he had on the third roll call, kcm getting both. The firth roll call, was begun, at On the sixth ballot, concluded a 10.11, the' leading candidates stood Clark 4l'i, WiUon, 3ril as agains -1'13 [or CliU'k- and lor Wilson 01 the lltllr ballot, candidates were The votes [or othe: Underwood, 121 H.irmon, Haishall, 31 hem 1 Bryan I. Compared witli the fifth ballot, thi shows gain! of two votes (or Clar and llirw" [or Wilson. .Underwood' vale was the highest so [ar polled fo him lit gained 1A over the las ballot. Harmon's vote was the low cat he. liiis received, six. and one-hat less than lie 'had on the fifth ballot. Tile vole ori the seventh ballot was Claik Wilson, 352J Under- wood, Haimon, 1215, Mar shall Kern 1 Bryan, 1. Gayno and James were added to the with one vote each. .The announcement of the .vote was followed bv the start oE the ninth [roll call: The ninth ballot showed 0.30. The lirsfc break'in the "favorite son" delegates .came when Connecti- cut was reached; Undcnvooi! got 9, Clarlc 4, and Wilson 1, of the Uj Clark-ami a gam oi one .for Wilson Underwood lost half and Harmon thr.ee. Again the "no nomination" 'was made and the tentli roll call as begun In Michigan, Clark gained 4, totes that had gone 10 Haldum on the tour preceding bal lots The atmouhtentuit an outburst of cheers from the paitisans of the beneficiaries. ballot''resulted as follows: Clark -IU, Wilson 351, Undentood Dot, Harmon Marbhall 31, no change and Harmon seach lost two 'Ihen the predicted "break1 hush that preceded the announcement of New vote "on each ballot gamed Marshall" and Kern they were while BalcUun elimin- ated After the announcement qf tbe re suit of the fifth chairman recognized a motion to recess until 1 301 this He'announc- ed that as tonight's bcsbion be ihe eighth and the ticket" to the .Is LndeiHood carai! Charles Jlurphi.'fa "iork casts 81 foi 'Champ Clark The rest of his announcement was drowned m the roai thai swept the hall The Clark people with a jell leaped to their feet and a demonstra- tion uai. under uav At 1338 the demonsiration had continued twenty minutes, 'and unlike those of last night, it uas earned on almost clusuelv by the delegates Soon j afterward, the chairman pounded for order, and the roll call convention had coupons imal coupon vvcjuhl be recognized for admission [or succeeding conventions and intimated that a Saturday scs- jcontlnuedi New Yoik gave Wilson 8 sion mlghlMie neoessaiv 1 here was a j ,otci and Underwood out under chorus of disapproval when tire mo ihe unit rule the 8 were counted for .ion to adiourn was put, hut James Clark declared it carried The convention adjourned at 7 18 tmtil'J! 30 to- night' A general understanding _ throughout the the effect that nomination made before the adjournment jif Jonig.ht's tilled the -before the regular hour for the calling oE the V Clark man in the Oklahoma Wil- son delegation wanted the delegated polled. "We were instructed lor Wilson v ith Clark as second he bi "and we think A LMark will he feet MEDICINE HAT HAD A VERY GAY WIND June 28 dam- age is reported fp have been caused by last night's storm. Tree branches were ,blofwn off, and some, few Wees were torn up by too roots..' A. new" two-storey' by'.j..- Ma- hcr, of Braemar street, was lifted right off-its, foundation and carried seven, -feet. A shack, owned by.' n situated behind' th-s now porcelain, factory, wag turned upsMe down. One hundred feet of wall, 12. (eel higli, on the new porcelain fac- tory, -and all the scaffolding around Uve public school building were also blown down. The west brick wall of t ho new separate school w as also blowa dowfc The heat was'eTen worse than dur- parts :ng last night's session and-tlie dele- tcn !ot gatee ins addition doffing their coats, stripped off their, collars Qhairman Janic1; admonished the galleries for hissing and applauding i otcd and at n 48 call- ing of the roll for hallot G N an Oklahoma alter- nate tried to to suspend j the two-thirds rule and nomination Uy a majority vote A-f chorus'- of disap- proval greeted the motion and Chair- man Tames quicRlv a point of order against it Thesroll call then proceeded Ohid gave one Vote to Bry- an, putting him back on Ihc list THIS WOMAN'S TROUBLES GONE Terrible Dizzy Nenroiuneu, Story of How She Got Well Again: Hindsboro, 111. "Your remidiea relieved roe of all my 1 would have such bearing down mleery and cramps such weak, nervous, dizzy spells tint I would have to go to bed Some I could hardly tUj op long enough to get a meal. "The doctor's medicine did me no good K I changed to Lydia Ptnkhajn's Veg- etable Compound >and got good .reaulta from the first bottle I kept on taking It and used the Sanative Wuh with it, until I well again I think every woman who suffers as I have, could take no better CttAKLlS MATTWON, Box 68, Hmdsboro, U. Trained Nurae. "I am a nurae and when I'do much lift- ing 1 a female weakneaa, tot I take Lydia E. Pinkham'i Com- pound and I cannot aay enough in praiae of it. I always rec- ommend it for ______________male trwiblei." ELVA Box M, Cithlamet, Wun. The makers of Lydia E. Pinkham'i Veeetuble Compound have thoujundi of such letters as those tell the truth, else they could 'not have beefl ob- tained for love or Thin medicine is no .trtnger -H. hWsU-i tlH tat ta it _ Alfalfa Bill of the Wilson end of the delegation, jumped to his "This dplegation is in two "len for Clark and c polled the Wilson end of the delegation, and it stands as it did at home We always had tw o Clark men among us We do not inrcnd to he dragged into Tam- manv TIall Alfdlla Bill could not go on for a Wilson demonstiation at once. The cheerinp; becnrae deafening Bry-, an started a poll of the delegation Two graj-haired dele- gates irom Nebraska grasped hands and cheered Altci fill) minutefc ot Uie j Wilson- Bryan demonstration the roll call vv.11, resumed at 1 20 am The result ol ,tlie vote on the -tenth'ballot :was Clark P56, Wilson S'iOi, Underwood 1171, Harmon 1, Brvan I This wjs a of 101 101 Clatk, but lie still lacked 170 o[ the necessarv two-thirds'. ,Wilson lost 3. Undcrsood 5, irnd Hatmon 16 Tiie eleventh ballot rcbultod as follows Clark 55-1, .Wilson 3544, Underwood ItSJ, Harmon 20, Mar- shall W, kern 1, Bryan 1 Twelfth haliot Total, 1088, Clailf, 7J Wilson, J54 Underwood, 121, Harmon, 39 Marshall, 30 kern, 1 Brjan, 1, not voting, The convention adiourned at 3 05 this morning until 1 o'clock this al- tcrnoon MR. DARROCH IS WELL PLEASED IN SPIN "THROUGH. .FARM. DIS- TRICTS SAW BUMPER YIELD COMING 'Alberta, looks.so good to me.that U fs quite possible I will come to In Lethbridge next spring." .This was the the Her- ald today by D b a prora inent Toronto man, who ig spending a. or two in the cU; Mr Dnnoch uas out over the country'in this vi cinity 'yesterday, visiting Kipp, Bow- Barons, and other places, and found crops looking in first-clnss condition. "Thwe is noth- ing to complain said Mr. Dar- rocn, .w.no those rarmers w.ho had put their wed in properly tj nnf All the grain r looked healthy and string, and appeared well filled out. Air, Darroch has, been trip to the coast and is Uaiting friends J oa his Toronto WILL HAY FEVER BE NEXT INCURABLE- DISEASE TO BE CURED? y. Wonderful Results Obtained by Using Made From Fresh Fruit In Cornwall Centre Tried Them. Genuine Case Of Severe Hay Fever Completely Eradicated From The System By The Famous Fruit Medicine. "I suffer tormres every jetr'vfiih Hay tell me frinkly If "Fnilt-a-mcs" will do me any good" You are saying this to younelf as you read this article First of [hi facts about this distressing trouble. Hay Fever is not a nervous affliction There is probably no actual dlseate of the nerves. But the in fact the affected by condition ol the blood The nerves are intensely irritated by impure blood, to defective action of the bowels, and skin In fully ninety per cent ol the cases of Ha) Fever, there is chronic Constipation, Weak Stomach, Indigestion and hot, drv skm The great truth of this is show n by the fact that sprays, gargles and other local treatment do not cure. They cannot The trouble duel not lie m the nose and throat but in the stomach, bow els, kidneys and skin. Thll is why "rruu-a-uves" cured Mrs Kemp of Hay Fever CORNWALL CENTRE, ONT., NOVEMBER 1911 I was a martyr to Hay Fever for a long fifteen years-land I iuffered terribly at times. I consulted many physicians and took their treatment I tried ev ery remedy I heard of is good for Hay Fever. But nothmj 4'i me any good Then I tried "Fnm-a-tivcs" and this remedy cured me completely. I am now well, and I wish to say ;to every sufferer from Hay Fruit a This Iruit medicine- cured me when every treatment failed and I believe it is a perfect cure for this rfteidfnl MRS. HENRY KEMP. Impure blood causes the itcning eyes, sore throat, irritated nose that we know as Hav Fev er As this is true, the sensible thing to do is to purify the blood "Frult-a-uves" Mrs Kemp, took "Fruit-j-mes" and" is and.' Why not let "Fruit a-tnes" regulate your bowels, kidnejs and skm I Why not let "Fruit a-tivcs" give you health, and strength and appetite Why Mt let "Fruit a tnes" so build up system that you won't have Hay Ferrer this summer "Fruit-a-tives" is the'only medicine in the world nude of frnit juices. It IB particularly suited to the use of women because it is plnuant to take and acts mildly and gently. SCK: i box, 6 lor <2 ;o, tml size, 150. Dealers m all parts of Canada tell 'But if you are unable to obtain them in your neighborhood, they will be sent you postpaid 00 price by Fruit-a-uvcs Limited, Ottawa. THE FIGURES FOR JUNE REVEAL GOOD PROGRESS Increase in the Building Permits and Bank Clear- ings over June 1911 i Once again the building figures for the month allow an increase over corresponding monthJIaBt sear June buildings to the value of .Si nere started in Lethbrldge Last reai the building figures showed J94, J60 worth of buildings under conitruc- ion in June (The increase 12, tliore fnie, ten per cent While the increase is not grea'i, tile otal is made up from the figures for small buildings, the only large permit aken out during the mouth being for he car barns, I The total amount of building for the uk months of 1912 shows almost 100 increase over 1911 The figurea are 913 1911 Increase This an increase of 3G per ,cent 01 1P12, and is i very talr evidence if the activity in building circles for he year Bank Clearings The following are the he bank, clearings lime, 1912 rune, 1911 i Increase car- to' date, 1912 1911 The bank clearings foi the tmonth ell off scmevihut from those of May ir this jesi, owing to a depression f business during the f June, which affected the foi two weeka 'ing leds than The third 'week of Junet however, the great- est bank clearings ever recorded Letnundge, when' the three-auArier million mark was reached. WATERED BUTTER That the present regulations allow too much freedom mtthe turning out of "watered butter" is declared-by Chief Analyst McGlII of the Depart- ment of Inland Revenue, who in 147 samples _ found only flve nith than 10 cent of water s In 33 samples it.exceeded 10 per cent 3 ,o SidoMM mutation of matter and impuritiM witkin the body. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. enable the the of the ikai off UMJM imporitiet. Thtutfaev prerent or tfiav PHONE 471 POST: OFFICE BOX M The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Wall the Revlo Co, It'i tht aniwgr. SAMPLES'AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED PROMPTLY The Revlo Co. Painters and Avenue South Wall Paper mpply the best pi! slocK. Kiperi papi .y of papers. WELLINGTON BROS. Can supply the belt pipers on continent. Large variety a carried In alocK. papernaneers 10 uu mi n.- our of 61310th St 3 EatBbHthcd 1M7 ;