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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. c. Alberta. Friday, May 17, 1012 Number BARNES SLASHES Albany Boss Reads the Roosevelt Men Out of the-Party; Now May clmlr- Itnah LWni. Uiiriios, Jr., speaking at a dinner given in his honor by Llie He- puullcan club'lait night, read out of tlie', nopublicun )partyr. "demagogues and disordered, holding the political Lenets advanced by Roosc- vcitj and urged thciii to come out as independents or'.'frankly as instead', "of attempting to work their rcEornis.l'uiider False.colors, under the {iiiep of Rcnuljlleanism." I-fc atlacitcd Col. Koo'scvell's Idea on direct pi'lmai'ieH, popular election of U.. S.' Senators, "and other- cringes lliut, li-a said, tended :to ca.sL of[ con Blitutloiial restrictions, and attack- ing -.the Colonel ;hirusotf us n dema- gogue and "meiidaclous opponent, wlm had compcllcjl the president: to net a personal .campaign; and he tlre'iv out'-enthusiastic applause from iho 300 diners; Nevertheless, he 'admitted that' the situation was grave and in the strong eHt terms he urged concerted action 10 combat tho force Hut tlueitened PAY HONOR TO TWO m. 0.1' Trade. Proposes- a Banquet to Dennis NaJsinith AGOODIDEA Objection to Money Go- ing OuLoi Town with The taking over of the A.-R, and lands and; coal ipineB by. the C. P. R. recently, and the couBeciuenL .an- nouncements nmde'liy the department of Natural- Resources that JDethbridge to cast pu' the like L WOUU recene the full beneht out'eaniiQiit It is legaid us significant "by somo that Tim othj TJ ermcerninj, whose attitude'jn the present light the paityUhere hag latslj b-een home doubt and L nd of West Chester; known.Kooaevelt man, Tjqtli qt" whose- names -.appeared on the jirograiniue at the.speak- er's to The StatP ctiiUnnuir emphasized the need above all thinking in u democracy, denounced as the greatest oEfe'hd- cr the man who cobwebs in the IjTalria otihenr A .Mental Coidjty LU nine oniony in cne liiinja.il. mlhuY'which locates blame Tor. own condition or its own nets up on ,.b.e. declared, amid ap- plause As one STOTSG in mental stature he leania'thafc he must the blame; if any'should b'e laid at liis own one else's, but that growth. IB retarded bg.-.the teach- of -that school of politicians, the first-.exploiter of which .was Aaron Burr, and whose', loud followers STB today, whlca tells'him-that real or fancied'that is his IB caused by somebody else. it fs ausiird to haie preieiential presidential primaries and (hen hold a caucus.. The Oireum'omlnatlou .tf candidates foi offiLc with a paitj li hoi Is. but'sucb candidates do not emanate'iis the result o'r.coiicll: -consultation; and grouping, of1 holding similai ideaB but stand upon .their; own personal. Such lUomineee should..appeal tci. the. electorate'us' Independents. The logi- cal sequence'Tpf the direct nomination1 Idea, is the abolition of 'the''official primary altogethei uid the I (Continued on page j) of their campaign to'colonize these lauds and make them been the theme oC much; favorable comment .among (he citizens of Leth- bridge in. general, and-a-new attitude, toward the is strongly ui evidence Tl e compinj has shown ftsklinnft in regard to this has 'announced-just exactly how.far it ..will EO. It.mcans much: to-tlie city iii the way of development. (Continued on page Teddy Claims 501 Ch cago May Roose velt was today told' that dent Taft claim as to delegates, and directed the preparation of flguret to rein force what he had said The column of the list foots up 501 .Under tnr heading 'for come other candidate are plac ed 345 delegates while 84 are listed as >38 are contested. Taft Claims 543 Washington May for ma I. ]ty of- delegates C.hicago convention for President Taft was. Issued by last night, but thii officials of .the National Taft bureau were count ing on 543 by 'To- tal count for ,Taft to Dealer- day 527 counted in yesterday Monta'na, 8; Idaho, 4 ktotal, 543. TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR REAL ESMTE DEAL The biggest real estate deal in LetPlbrldge history was put through yesterday. H. J. H. Skeith announces that he sold to C. P. McQueen, ol Cal- gary, the louthwBEt quarter of section-eight, Immediately adjoin- ing-Galbralth street and Adams Park on the nbrlhi-'-.Thls propprty has-a frontage ,of; half a; mile on Westminster road It Ic und r- jtood that the in HE IS A WINNER -MARTIN WOQLF- The Liberal Candidate in MINERS WIRE PROTEST AGAINST HARRY; BENTLEY as thairrnar, of Coin- PAVING COMPANY MEN STRUCK FOR BETTER PAY Strike Seventy-five, men 'working the nituMLhlc Paving Co.; They are 'getting-. 26: cents' They.wmnt. cents and tet to make an> predictions aa to the Ux rate for 1012, it is tbouibb that it .will be n little higher than-the; fifteen mills struck .last "year. ia- aosBinenl-, is low1 in' toi-lhat of other western and- thei.tax rate may be accordingly'higher. How- ever present Indications are that the assessment will Increase at.least "rfty; per ctnt during the jear, when the tax rate will reaiime Its-uaiial..level. t KING AND QUEEN SAW SHAM FIGHT WERE GREATLV.-INTEBtSTED, IN MOVEMENTS EXAMINED ARTILLERY, London Maj George iind Queen were greatly a aplrileil-sham :batLIc at Aldrr- iliot yesterday, being thc Sixtieth llines and the tnniskillin FusiUlcrs. The Quern waited by the side ot. Mit: King's horse inuhi.ij' bctnetu Ihc contending forcos- Thn King spent a long time among thc. gunners, watching the looking into .the' brcrch ucVion'aiifl tic mclholls of sli'liling Jour H'p icrinl corps ol a Fulciidiil cxhlbi.tloh1 ot llyinti; in' llir evriuni; Tlw null CJuccn vote ilrcpl) ;