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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume V. Letkbridjce. Alberta.' T.iiusday, May 14, LW12 Number 131 GET OUT ANjb VOTE FOR THE MONEY BYLAWS TOMORROW MEMBERS Report Presented to the Taylor Stake Con- ference AT RAYMOND Big Attendance at the Quarterly Knight's [Advice The Herald.) Raymond, May, quarterly conference of Uip ToyJor Stake ol' tlie Church of Jcsiia Ohrlot of.'.utter IJay Kahits wan helil .on Fri- and .Sunday Jnsl. A I'ecord attendance of delegates was present, the Cine-iveuihor coniriuutmg jo .tlie.-iiuiricrlciiU aucccn'3 of the conference1! 11. S. Allen, presi- dent ot the Stake, presided a.t all ot tho genera) sessions of Lha conference IU'3 .Stake preBidt-nt of'the dlf- ievent aocleUoB were In the chair for their .respective mcetingfil Women's Relief Society On "Frldkj-v at ten. o'clock the Wo- aiieii's 'IlelleJ! Society convened, .with ;Mry. 'Chas. McCarty, ot Raymond, Stako President, in tho chuirJ After the. oijeniug exercises, reports received Trom-the presidents of Live "Heller societies in the different wimla of the Stake. M. report ed Tor Welling; Mrs. J. S, Hoiinau for .'Mrsi.Van prmiiu'Ior Tuber; .Qlril JMagratli and Mrs. solo -way.." contributed; by Mrs.' "Hlrio.oH1 Magrath, and a recitation by "Mrs.1 NoJV Taylor of Raymond. j Sunday .last .beliig Sun the UhUe'd.SUitcs 'jflj-'J ot Svj. D- nrien ot. the Stake were largely on tr' ie tluti-efi of! a mother to her family ar 3ier relation'to .society. giveni'at-the morning.sebsiou; oC ihc wpmeri'B meeting.. The first jno ihy Mrs. R. Stevens, on r'The jth- as a and the second on "Hablls by Airs. Cox, ot Welling.: The speaker slitj- iwecl Jiow repeating n thing- led one iuU j the 3iab.lt of doing it, ai'd how necer laary vaa 'to.'stimulate, the ropcatlj.jg of all. good things'.: in the life iiro d-'the stemming of. things which lea' ft tlio; evil In tlie afternoon at two i ladies heard a..very excel lout fecture from lira. Bramwell, wife of '.Presid- ent ;E. Bramwell, oil the Knlgli I, Acau- eiuy, qri. of mother- hood. Mrs.' Nela Taylor also gave a paiier_ on'jMir.ent'j as teschera and at the 'conclusion of the lecturf 13 Of the zifterna'on, a ladles' from 31 a- grath .very excellent anusic, General .Conftrence Sat urday At the general1 meetlug o if the con- ference bn at ten o'clock, President 3. j Allen gi Hie opening.nddrQiifl of.wol Ills t nature of Advice per njle io stav In Canada. He drew a coi .aparispii he- .Iwoen the-'ByyurijimsiiL of ,'Oauaiia ana that-of and', slip we .fa the advan- tage of (Ivlng in-a countr; j with staple The Vpresit Jehl i-eiterat- eil again and again the 1 jnportance staying oiiUhe land (Wln ire .one is re- siding" and. overcoming: -few ilirri- cuHIes lie nut iu one's way, hi-3 .In ,Vthc end'good results ''fnm it. At'th" fe mcotiiig'200 jieople were, present. apbl ie on the work iimongBt of. the Slake. spolf q for the hlgli councM, BiHlidp it. A. Van Or- nian for the Taber W iird. (Continued 8.) IMPORTAW FOR I WORK V. MR. GORDON Qltaxva. rciv'a, tlio pointed U. .May And- caplUl's churcli, has H.U- Alcxiinaer Oovilon, son of J principal" Gordon of (Jueen's and form- erly ut fbeliibridKc, assistant -pastor i io Dr. Uerridtfo, at .ear. HAVE A FULLY MODERN-PLANT The Lethbridge Collieries at Kipp TWENTY THOUSAND IS OFFERED FOR TICKET Dri iwn by Edmonton Man in the Hudson Bay Gamble reat Scramble for Lots in Valuable Part of MABEE'5 LAST WORDS (Spccial.Jo EtliuonlpH, Alia; May samlilc.fbr' the llmlspiVs. Baylland lo he .is over. The crovni or.'s.cvei'al .tliou'sanns wHitdd.' through the slcqp- kss. hours oU Sunday, '.niglit, ne moving from'the .siatib'h '_..'. taken early in the 'rcci'-ifig in the chilly niKl'l ait'aiid "swelteuing and the rays1 of-the noon- day sun Hint down-on them all Monday niorn'ing from. .1- cloutiless sky, has uiellc.I away. The drawing is .Jay. retired fariiiiT, living at the niche- lieu Uotcl, antl reported.tb lie worth upwards tircw No. "A lip. (has been, offered 000 for bis chance, and there-, is lumoi: ho lias .nBcn'.ou'c.rcfl 000. flnt, Welsh.hii.s-.uoLyct sold: lAe does not he or use the ticket iiluKcli. Lane, insurance agent, .and "wqll Iriiown man about town, No. 3. .lie is. also -hbtdiiig .to ticket despite the offers .he-has ceivcd. No, 3.went son, tlie Ucci] Hotel, who is-'also fContmucil on-'pag'o 8.) Tlie uurse who was nt the bedside of the Chief Railway CommlaBioiier in St. Micbuct's Hospital on Jlonday morning shortly before the. fatal col-- 'lajise, followed by unconscious- HOES, reports that the last words he spoke were: _. "Nurie, I must get better; I have so much to .WAR: CORRESPONDENT Loudon, -ilfty Small- the '-correspondent of the Daily -Chronicle with the Turlt- ish been killed in a Ekirmlsli' ri6dr Derma. PROUD RECORD UPON WHIGH TO M SUPPORT OF PEOPLE j Premier Sifton in Telling Speech at Magrath Makes a Crushing Reply to Criticisms of Opponents and Reviews Progressive j Work of Government-Great Vindication of Railway Policy-Explicit Statement of Public Debt-- Success of Telephone System TORIES TRY TO BRIBE ELECTORS WITH NATURAL RESOURCES HEAVY SNOWFAli IN DENVER, (COL. Denver, Colo., U.-'-Tcii Inches a', anpw early today, imd.lt is slili snow ing in irnmy .ports of appreiienBlou was felt by Colorado fruit growars, the t being' :H> -The storm plenty of water- for irrigation (hroiiphoiit the of.-dQ.re33 tonisht in Martin and comnletelj almt_ the criticisms of aneh an as one woulij pect Dora ill Sifton Clear Inciane, conclusive iud devoid of supeifluoni lie hit an Q-hit hard and liis of the 'slanderous of '.the 'and .rallwayVpolity, ol with uplauBe. mr the canTlldate and exprened IJ, chalriuan, and 'Althj-lnm on the platlorm Hon Sir Bilton, J-lou A. J1 Maclean, pwn ificlal aecietaryi G II J laiiieji Slaeey Wm lei, C Louckfc A O Hich fBeh' llatblae and Franlc Steele who recehed a moBt griicioni tie" ed in apccannff at "Magrath Ho ivaa ui'iappointcd that the. oppoiltion 'tiiid1 jiot decided .to take; part in -He alwaya: both aides presented He appreciated the attitude of the Magrath delegafui at the Liberal convention They him hard m o" Mr Brad but when he bv i Jonti eiaclough moicd Ins niiiiiovia nomination. T.IIM BtTongVflOiitrnst other cpiiven: tion tlie man nho roceived (lie highest T.VSB rcjectet" ind the man who 'received''1 the lowest yote.'gbt" the He Mr. ParrlBli was not 'the choice'of the, Conflervathes of the riding but of a few politicians from Lethbridge and elsewhere, who decided the'noipluft- tlon .in-.somo .hole-'and'corner.-.meet-" ThcTo must, been soriie uuuerstanrtlhs with'the other piraritB, fort lo.aml 'beliold; they-art-f now. both' postmasters. Mr. .-WooK ihon ;reterred 'of -Wm. Laurie, oC i.CardBtOn; trj tho Liberal at gralh Mr he said is one tho narrowest and inoit'rabklvpjir- .Iznns in Alherta. It iftD n. man tried he evidence en en hj rabid HitneBflee nd the rmcllnsa eoiiL to a rabid par i7.nn-.Cor acL'ou. lie M-as also aimed at, and Jciio.irin'g t would be Impossible to jaurlc, he reaigiied as ;cr. _ Coiitiiiuiue, .Mr.. "Voojf referred 'to he.' ConsTvatiye nt-seilng at ,Crinl- lou lu Dr Steuart reacnted he mention' of iaid. nly.railways shoulii.be'discussed. He leave that Question to'Mr. Sff-1- (Continued on page S PICK MARTIN WOOLF AS A SURE WINNER .swininiing 'Munnis courls nnd rollrr skating rinks, .Tlsc IlupcrialoL1 will acc'ciinmrnhUc "i.OOO Jn llic invilalions issue J lo Mir1, gnc.sls thrrn will appear Ihc usual [lull must hrini; cp-fncra.s to lite hnmchiiif; under pain Tiift bj'p-qlcciuin s no causing tiny1 lo of aricsl for v PREMIER McBRIDE SAILS FRIDAY London, May Premier .McBrlde of Urlllsb Cblumhla. 'Mulls for Canada ou Frldny. Mity Ciinkston, Alay in this- riding fjrcat clogrpc of cxcitpnipni owi Ihc fannc's being liusj- in the ficlils, bill, Ilicrc i-s ;i lol ol hard work -be1 ing ilons, mid ihr.it; is now no iia to Hie oiitcomo, MartinMVooU, llic I. ihcni] candidate, .vrill hi: elected j by a substantial frlf'ii.is arc qnilr cnnfidcnt, 'and any- cuthusi' on Ihr olher side can have it covered tii'.ti, lie feels like .UK (UK I he. plunge. '.Mir. Wool f-is busy anil 1.1 w" work of' orgaiijxation iu 'raiuilly roiuidliifi into shnpc'. Woblt- fippabs al Jiivci ionight and for .remainder ot Dip week will he ac- companied by linn. K-.Mitchell, n.'inlslcr- of public works. They spotl> day nielli, Klin In 11 Ilnirsd-u, and at J.cai'iU l-'ridaj iiisht ML Woolf aKc (o I tncclinj lain View yn iii ;