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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Mom'liiy, May THE LimtliKIDGE DAILY 1IEBALD. Pa Wi.V THE GREATEST SNAP ;Bver in Letlibriilge, ing' Ui.e'.cil.v. 7l..ro6'mctl'juoiluni house. 'PJI a -lot ojrGlli AVOJIUO A. V This'property must be it up, its a., luoiioyjiuikor McCorvie Realty Go. 301 Coaldale Block, 5th Street. Phoni .1391. Scene from The White Squaw" at the 'Theatre Tuiiiglii ana Tumouow Night only RANCHERS WANT OWN RESERVES TO ASK THAT. FOOTHILL COUN- TRY HE WITHDRAWN FROM HOMESTEADERS Cnlenry, May number ol slock rauehui'B Ajbeiia are endeav- oring to liuvc ii convention .of the sloekuieii hold. In on the oc- casion of tho visit of Hon. Robert lloj? ors. Alintetc-r of .llic Interior, to ilie West. lion. Air. expected lo Bpoml a fuw darn in the Calory district In tlio coui'HC. of a couplo of weekH.- The Calgary Coi'iscrviithro Associa- tion will bo asked to arrange a meet- ing with tho minister oi the, Interior, to which the IiiBpcclors oi; .ranches' will he Jnviicd" The object of Llio w.ill lie to have liiiul along the foolUills ant! in other BoclIoiiB ot" the province, which Is, only for grazing purposes, withdrawn from homestead entry. The j ranchers claim that they are being' .oE'tfrisinCBS'by the Invasion (heir territory' by 'homesteaders on land which iy nut suitable for tural purposes. They will ask that Eiie-h land not -already.Centered for as homesteads be declared grazing lands, and Uiiil'they-bo. granted closed leas- es -for a. term" of years. The proniotors of -the movement claim that It something is not done along this line" In the hear future .the herds of cattle and horses that at the present time are fed jind fallen- ed on the nutritious grasses of the loothillE and along thejiUcr alleys i BOOH be only a niemorj md the steel Industry oC the. province will correspondingly COMMERCE IS KING Y f r I As Mr. the Harbor Engineer, Says THEREFORE HUDSON' BAY .TO "BOUNDARY Suift Cuiieut Sabl J] A complue biiuej oC the proposed line uf thp Ciiiul flunk fiom it ions throuth t Curie it to m bound irv be toinplet tUl at .an; early "date. Tins, line will connect at tlie boundary, with A.m- uJLin load tb it Ins L Patfllc coiat icriniiiua. Tlie.uortbcrn- (.crminiis will be on Hiiason Day. ConslrncLion is to be atirtc-rt -jimultancoiialy from Va Irons': and, SwiCfCurveiiL'-ininiod- laL-aly" tho siirvey" lias, -ueeu complet- ed imUcs C P Jl engm eers are also in the district locating new -lines. High Grade FLAX SEED For Sale W. Block. PRINTERS VOTE AGAINST STRIKE MAJORITY FEEL THAT AN OBLI- GATION OF. HONOR" SHOULD BE, RESPECTED -13. By. a vote of 10119 to 055, the members 'of the Typograph iciil Ujuon, yesterday, voted not, to go on "strike in sympathy with the press who are riow-out on all -the Chi- cago d ulj newspapei officea While tlie'voie wa'a decisive, JV-iL Lj ncIi Tntcim loiml HAZELTON DEPOT CASE REOPENED DOMINION GOVERNMENT SIDES WIThl G. T. P.-AND AGAINST KELLY, OF VANCOUVER Ottawa.. iUay Dominion kinumiiciit at a sitting-of. the cabi- net council held on Friday, granted lit peliiliiuri'OL ihc 1 l winch asked to 'have rescinded an order b[ raihvay board of December .'.111, J911, defiling with the lociUoniof nilv, at rjllazdton 13 f 1 lie brought bciorc the boil 4, by jllohcrii ol Vcr, aiid .who 'established j. to'U nsrtte--'on Hie understanding that they were lo have A station located on lot 582, group one, LataJi ilis Uict TJie'.G. T. P. however'propos- ed to build its "station on lot.851. The railway board heard the con leudintr patties -aiid -tlfe.1 late vl Malice issued'an. order calhnt, j dpon the idihvky to. locate its stition at "the foL'by iiid his as ocntcs, and refusing the lion of-the G.'T. P, to lirte the si a ORT MANN Is a City of Certainties The thing dial stands out. about Poil "Maun is aLsoluLc'ceiUuiity of lutuie Men Avl'ip.iHatle Seattle, Vancouver, were taking a gamblei's Men "who invest hi take no certainly the fiiliuc oi Poit ACann. With iU fiesli-watoii a Lerininal, ol'. a gTcat'-LrarisbojitaJienLal raihvay, and the vasi of Canada, JMck oi il, it: will sooji ot Western Canada Poifc Mann is the I (ity'oL' onyoL'Uuuty'-'algiig'iaU'ilinos oi' trade and intiustiy on tiic American con- tinual loday. Don't Miss Your Opportunity today. See pur agents at puce ami reiueinbci e own or coutiol tlie mayor por- tion o 11 he original -towiisite- of Port Mnnn FREEMAN-MACLEOD, Dominion BIk. O. J. Amundsen Son, Claresholm Pacific Properties, Limited, Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C. Union Lion located at "the point chosen bj tlic conrpany. The cabinet council aflti Lqnsidei matter, iincidcu .ta luScin Ihc onier .Jurtga and" to reopen The reason' given' for tin decision ib Oiau rciu'eEcntaLions had -.been made that several different interests affected by the location n tlic sti lion in question bad tioL has as full opportunity to set forth their as would, seem just and desirable rell, president, of; tbo Chicago local; had eNpectetl .'that1, the majority og-: ain'st a. strike woiilfl liaye been larger tlnu the. retin ns caoued Boib thLiu ei themsch es Js pleaded the [esull From the oTtlie agitation they urged the prin tors- not to .take- such a Hlep. They Insisted that. the present, contract wltli the publishers was ami notib'e. broken Thaw MaKing Another Fight lor Release McLEOD TO IS SWIFT CURRENT. RUMOR Current, Basic.; is reported here that'. II." M. SIcLeod. gonerfil manager of the C. will bo asked to take the place of the Idle' Mr. Hays on the Q." T. P. Don't Buy Butter, Cream or Milk Buy a high grade dairy'cow and.have your own just.overy- have a choice 'bunch dairy cuttle for sale.. Prices right'for "quiet sale. .Select at once Harry K, Thaw is making another fight to secure his release.from the Mnttcawim Asylum, but liia'effort will" life onnosed by Attorney; General Car and.for these reasons it was in ihc inody and'Dr. John IT. Russell. best interest? oC all parties concerned lo hare the inaUeu again dealt.with SIZING UP THE POSSIBILITIES Adam Link for.fulKihforinatlon..Phone.Residence -1330, LetUbvidgc. farm Seed Potatoes It Pays to Start With the Best Variety Green Srouniain Potatoes arc 'tho standard market variety by which others arc Judged and al'c tlic most profitable to tho 'They .arc a. white oval polato-wHIi (shallow, ex-; coptlonally uniform in Moreover (hoy a.re unexcelled In uoth -caUaR and kedplng qualltlca and have proven one.of the.best'-, In tills Local grown socd llic uftst. I HAVE A SEED OF MYiOWN GROWING T. WfDike COALDALE, ALT A. RURAL PHONE 815 TAFT AND ROOSEVELT MANAGERS MAKE DIVERGENT CLAIMS AS TO DELEGATIONS :Uay make-up of the .Hepnblicnn national convention Ji as original selection dele- gules can determine it will be prat; .tically settled within a weel lndul int eight, jchcaen Stiluiday it dietilct conventions in Tcxats and Vr on t more than two hundred delegate a. are ,tb 'lie tjelcctcd In the week ending next About one linmlred will then remain to be chosen, including forty-eight from Ohio ami tu euU pighj froui New Jersey. Tho widely 'divergent claims of Taft and Roosevelt maiingcra mill e U upi pnrciit, hoivever, that (he delerniina- tlon of the actual Control of the coil- v-ontloti is impossible in ad i into pC Ihc mceVing of Urn Hcpublicasi Xft-: Uonal Cniiiniittce, .Innn lilli, Tlic cotn-. millee will take up at that lime coii-: tests Involving scute or at least one1" blind red and al.vly-fonr delegates, ami it is not unlikely llial additional con- teat cases will be announced .by' thft coihmHIen o" this work, Up..to t'tifs mcvnlng 70i> of Iho HITS delegates GUkaga luul lieou cboadu according (o Roosevelt while Tntt forces record twenty, less. Thcr'dtf- rerencoB arise over Maryland where Taff declaro control of, six- teen (lelci-fiN'ij, It will nol lie t'leiired (ill iho.slafe. {oiivonlion rinxt i Tueailay, and Kiwaas, where llooifa-. i velt records show fourteen have beci chosfln and TirfL records ten. Repre .fientative 'JMcKinloy, bead of the Taft campaign, clnlmcd delegates Tot the :prescnt, ,ind concert 237 to Cbl Roosevelt. Senator' Dixon, manager for Colonel 'claimed for Roosevelt, and conceded 143 to Taft. The.RoosC' Velt .manager claimed that 114 tlele: gates arc Jncliuliiig- SS from New" York, untl that are con- test. Boih" committees give Suiialor Lafol-ettc VIC, delegates tuid Senator Cnmiuius Preiianiti for Lhe'two weeks' Imttlc at Chicago over the seating of contested delega- tions are lieinc completed rapidly. b> uLtpriityfl for both factions. While few contests have been filed thus far l the National Committee, the 'iil'iihagcrs and Miulr attorneys will ready with all of the wises by May 20, the. date on which the 'papers must. be hefore' the committee. Delegations instrncted for Taft i) A Snap 2 LO-I.B in Ulock Lethbrldge Price Pair Half cash, balance 5 montliH. Tor full particulars apply to- Land Co. MbNEY TO LOAN Farm Landi a Specialty; General Broherj lA'.AiVD. ALBERTA whose seats will. be. contested accord- Ing to tlie latest giateinem. 'from Sen: ator Di.von tire as.follows: Alabama- J, Arkansas '.S, Discrict of Columbia 2, Florida 12, 32, Kentucky '1G, 'Loiisiana u, 2, South; Carolina, Te'n- neBBCG 1-1, Virginia 22.'. The 200 delegates to 'be elected Ibis week Include Texas; 26' -in Cali- 24 in --Minnesota; 14 in Watsli- Ington, 22 in Nortii Carolina, Ifi In Virginia, and" scattariug dclcga Uons.ol! .'raaiiy otlier atalee. Special Snaps Fine eleven acic tract .of Fruit J.nid adJoiDlnff the town- Bite p( B..: C.) .lightly, timbered; four..-acres, partly cleared: Four fine lots .to. Hotel, Bow in-.tlie .old no subr- division, at ?2iiO.each. Three fiue.-lots. nlso-Iargo corner, McCiillocfi Addition, Kipp, T60 entb Cornerd JJTdOO, close ro new hotel. New five' roomoil cottage cloac to x _ ___ _L _ One fine 50 foot- bualnees lot, also two gqod'res Iclentlnl eacb.. .Pln- cber City. All -or any of (he -above" on sinall cash eofly terms W. J. Williams OWNER 12126th Ave S. Lethbrldge Baggage PHONE JIai Lin's Transfer LAND BUYERS Write us for, right'prlcef, cash payment and terniiOQ large' and small Iracti ih'dlrv, ect line of the MBryfield-rv .Lethbrldge and. Weybiirn exteniiouB.- ATLANTIC-PACIFIC' LAND -SYNDICATE. Mlnntapolii, Minn, MEN ON.GAS LINE ARE.FROM U. S Grassy Luku, :HIay in lores t- Ing case wag heard berore -luaticps of the Peace CivmilJiers'iuid ,McLach-! Ian Ust Friday and Saturday wlieii four workmen wlio had been employ-! cd by-Driscoll AV laying tbu gas to law lo j cover wages llioy clolnicd. The fuel was revealed by the evidence givon j that the men. with about eevcntyolh- had been employed .In tho United States and c.vjiocled to have Ilioir raihvay Tares jiald .but the contract- tn deduct.one half. The men wanted to get back to (lie Slates while tlio company offered ihein only a fevy 1OVERNMENT OFFICIAL RESIGNS Toronto. May ,G. Rninsden, [or tho. Inai, six ye'al'H 'chiu'r iusvcctor of [he IJ-cimrlnie-nl of Indinn' AITqirs of the Dominion of. baa re-j nigncil his posillon with that depart- nienl to accept a. position with n large corpcwallQii. lie la tin cx-Aldcrman-of I hn city of Toronto and lives ou York- ;'lllo iivcnue. I ALFALFA SEED and all other kinds of Seed FOR SALE Alfalf.i Hoed, pei pound Jim In pei JOO Ib ppi bushel Xoillu-iii Wlicnl, pci bushel UxtKi O.i (s per lOOIb Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. Lethbridge ;