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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May: THE tETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALB> V WILL BE MORE ARTISTIC AND BETTER IN A HUNDRED WAYS it jou use good lumboi Do not lie misled Into believing thatice-, ment 01 bricks nre tho only materials that arc used nowadays for building houses Some ol tuo most modern houses In this counlrj arc built bTwoli selected that we .carry at .Come In today and lot us talk It pver. Farmers' Lumber Co. Oparating Yards in'Southern Alberta] See our big sign "THE LETIimtlDGE LUMBER YARD" TIic vnrd whore all the material is under cover WJien you Lay matches ask for THEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY EASE HEAD, WITH SILENT TIP. WILL NEVER EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON. Eddy's Matches have sat- isfied Canadians e since no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada UNREST STILL DISTURBS CHINA Amoy, China, May tion la general in the intenoi of China, to the revival, and at the same Jima an in the Hkin or tran sit, duties, and to inadequate protec ticra afforded merchants against mar- auders Fronj Sw atow, a treaty port, in the province at Kwaug Tung, comes tlva news of -the renewal of hosilitiea 'local under tho coni- manl General Ling, ihe leader oE who occu- pied tho city on 15 The aa- paasmation of a superior judge is re ported fromrFu a treatv port, and the capital of We province or Fo Kien. MURPHY'S CASE WAS ADJOURNED Uiamlon, Man May 4 Mur- phv, foinier manager of a local mov- ing picture thsatro, appeared in po- lice couit again this morning to an charge of abduction oi a 15 j ear old gn 1 of this citj, hut w ab remanded again on it-quest of Crown Prosecutor Hill until WedneBdaj Tbe court-was crowded when the caso was called, but had the pro- cseeled, the court would have been cloaied Bail, which has been was laised to the accused in and two at each He was arrested in I.ethbridge on Mondav TAFT CLAIMS HE HAS CHINCHED IT CERTAIN OF REPUBLICAN CHANCE FOR ROOSEVELT WabliiiiKlon, Mav 4 -Tins -.tiile- mcnt was given out l.u.1 night Itom HID Tall headquarters 'Tlic nomination ot Theodore the Republican Nalinn- rmivmil.inn became an iinposslbil- itj vcitcrday with tlic selection oi more nnioncontested and picked in llw 13th Missouri dis tritl As a result of this convention thcie remained lo be chosen onlv 310 Tnore delegates, while Mr. Ro-iwvelt JU more to control-lho Chica- go convention President Taft liai, 101 dclr- gjtes pledged to hib renoniination, 1-1- cluding Arkansas ami Nevada, both of which h.ive chosen delegates to the state and district conventions favor- able the President.. He has in sight 133 delegates, leaving him onlj 47 more to gel to assure his ovvn: re- nmnination. These and more ivill readily be secureil among the 310 delegates jet to be elected, wlnle Mr. Roosevelt not only needs every dele- gate to he chosen, but one more The figures lo date are as follows Num- ber of delegates to National conven- tion, 1078.. Necessary to nominate, 510 delegates elected, 7W dele- gates to be elected, 334. Oi the dele- gates elected Mr. Taft has 409 Mr. Roosevelt has 229 Mr. Lafollelle has 36 Mr.'Cummins has 10r total 71-1. Of the delegates to be elected Mr Taft needs Roosevelt 311, La- follctto 50-1, Cummins 530. The state of Arkansas' eighteen votes and Nevada's 0 votes ready to act finally, both being iou President Taft. This means tvventy- frmr additional votes for Taft and males the leal Taft l.gures- as fol- lows' Foi Mr Tait needs 17 Adding and Nevada to the Tail total would increase the to- tal of delegates elected to 7li8 an.! reduce Hie number to be elected .to 310. It affects tile Roosevelt labie as follows: Number of delegates yet to be elected to 310 Mr Roosevelt needs 311. Hence Mr. Roosevelt lias lost .epiH tiol of tile convention In states jet to elect delegates not including Ar- kansas and Nevada are as lollovvs Alabama, 2 Arizqna, 0 Califor- nia, 20 Idaho, 8 Kansas, 14" Mary- land, 18, Michigan, U, .Minnesota, Jl Missouri, 2 Montana, 8 New Jersev, 28 North Carolina, 22 Ohio, 48; Oklahoma, 3 South kota, 10 Tennessee, 6-, Texas, 10 I Utah, S It West Viri gima, 16, Wvoming, 6, total, FROM A train of 124 empty gondolas' re: centlv passed over the tracks of th-a New York Central road at Batayia, N y. -It wSs 5300 leet long BUILDING and saving t in Canada ___ saving the 35% duty makes extra value possible. Such features as Bosch Dual High-Ten- sion Demountable stroke cast en bloc Frame. not usually found in cars sold Tudhope Prices. Tudhope "Six" 48 h.p. "Four" 30-36 h.p. 37 x hres 35 X 4 tires 5 S Pm J2.215 2 ftaienfcr..... 2 Torpedo PriMi ire Orillil ind include Top, Windihicld, Speedometer, EXTRA TIRE rim kel tr.mmmjl. ONIONS EARTH' END Australia and Egypt Sup" plying Lethbridge with Tear POTATOES SCARCE _____ I -What's the Matter With the Farmers oi t Alberta Two-. carloads ;of onions are now rolling., to .Lethbridge.. One of them is. coming from Egypt. The other Is coming from Australia. When they arrive they will be sold at the rate of three pounds ..for, two-hits. Just think of that,