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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. LeUi-bridge. Alberta. Wrdncsdiu, Msiy 22, 188 STEWART AND PARRISH SPOKE AT MAGRATH Candidate Seemed to Fear the Coming of Hon. Duncan Marshall (Special ;to The Herald.) Magi ith Alis heic was large audie.Mc'e ".present lust evening In 'the Theatre, when Dr. art-and-the Conservative candidate, John F. Parrish; delivered addresses. The speakers were'given an attentive hearing, ami at times were well..ap- plauded. -They.'spoke along tlie same lines they have done throughout their tour ,of the riding, the Let.h bridge member going Into IMS rsci- nttcraiices, as Uiey were re- ported from Spring Coulee it few alights ago, a Httlt- deeper. Me de- dared that he in favor of Ihe idea o-r reciprocity, adding: "All the peo- ple they getting il> to L (pi tain dogi-ee- i am not houaici jn favor of any such'pact-as Uiat offer to "the electors .of this Dominion by the Laurier government at the lust election. The present government arrange- an agreement that will benefit the whole, of the Dominion and one that will build up Canada, and not the'United" States, and one that ilia people >would still be able to live under the old ;flag; and not be au ad- junct the Republic to the south. This is where on reciprocity but I-maintain that it Is no issue in this cimpU0n 'J lie Libeials are iiyms to make it so and it is a LI funny'.thing that not one word of nniocitj utteied at the list ses aion of the provincial house, -notwith- standing their-ibiHl-.'talk'of a govern 'anent of wider' markets and extended trade' r W Kairen the tmirman ol Uie mooting, and iCler Rule But tunfa had been icndeied the Oirden CiU nalo (iiiutette tlie cm didate %v is introduced Piirifah diboialed at gieat, 1-eugih on his pet subject leheusing 1ts> history fiom the passage of the BiitlBb Noith Vraericd Ad Thosf resources rightfully belong to this pro and there is onlj one logical A ij to follow to obtain them and that ifa to support the paitj tint has untie 1ho question ,i plank of their platform foi minj years ind stiongb advocat ni it during t-dinnaieiis Mr Boiden is leady inn. milling to hand those reaouices o the govern ment of VILeiu but he does uint them to go Into-the hands of a set of meii'.that have fought -for them in yours gone .by; and not to an adminis- tration that has fought their surren- der bitterly, and only of late took this from tha 'Conservative platform as a means ;to the people and get their votes. Afraid of Duncan The remainder' of his. address was confined to. -farms which be condemned as being conduct tl on nn and nnbnsmess Hlco basis'." He warned the' people1 to luwaie of the lion Duncan Alarshall "Mmistei ot Agrlcultuie who a piofesHlonal politician and should not be taken too seriously In conclusion', lie '.'solicited the sup- port of the people piomising that if he sent to Edmonton he would fight for his eonttituenci and not he in the United States, as was when IIP should heen at the c pitnl AI i Pai ruh made ery fiir speech appearing honest in hif. convictions After -the rendering of some 'cam paign songs nj the dirt is being 11 lit- bo ml incmlic s of Uie thioun that being lire whole stoUt oc-Ure fixed mmii iuw -nages foi opposition RUSSIA LOSES GREAT DIPLOMAT DEAN' OF THE AT MONTE CARLO IN 82nd YEAR r I Monti Cailo Dmii- Von lltr Osifcnf Satkctii Hus si in aniLds ailor and dean of diplomatic Ber- lin died licic m hib 82nd onnt A on Der Qstcn Sackeii cntn- cd diplomatic liie 18i3 I TOL a time he faerveil is i soldier in llic Crimean Binning the tulu of Count bv it the veige of SP Instopol, lie had hern cont nuouslj in 1lic diplomatic or in thr tor office ai St Petersburg In 189T le apjiomted Russian lines at a figure .below the- reason- able hung mgtE winch the goveiu Hunt led tbc men to expect I lie rxccutue Lomnutilu. ol federation .was instructed to Intel 11.) the with the object ol securing inimeilute notion on poinf and ml lo summon other conference uiihout deal; the go ve mm cut's reply to CANADA LAGGING ON NAVY ISSUE BRITISH COMMENT DESIGNED -TO MAKE CANADIANS TO DO u. SOME THINKING I ondon Ma> 2.2 liaud Llojil is no longer iLginlcd lu anj of the coalition as prospcc- __ _ ________ ____ me Icailc-r of tin. libcril pirl) He dor'to'lkTooiman empire, -im'l de lenjoml iniminst popnlarih with 1m, spite i seterc fpaiah lio stroffl J811 i nmncdUt tint post foi BARON PATERNO LOSES NERVE followers ttlion lie attdc.1 ing the ndiciile, ind to nhust the premiei and otheis If vai entire less the very same map 'that the Hon. >V Gloss is using in the ciU oC Kdmonton .to catch (he vote of the northern electors. ...He had been mis- quoted shamefulh duilug the cam jmign and appealed to the audience to gh-e him an unbiassed heat in j, Feels Wealthy The government was- crying rail- In the- south, said the. speaker, tout he 'waii. prepared to give one hun- dred dollars to any charitable institu: tion In the town of Magrath, .if the SIfton government built one foot of tbe riding of Cardaton. very little to say about J. W Woolf othei than that he .ed that Mr. Woolf-bad not dona icliininiiif; n membpi of tbe vhilu al thp sdinc WANTS -TRIAL' DEATH: IlN A HUBRY lloinc. May 21. I'alcrnc is bun, Ined for tbe mtiidir of (oiinUss IritjOni is anxious to bt sentenced so that till! terrible, ordeal in Ibc linn will be ended His lawyers reiiiiiiiedly protested against bis cioss t xailnn liion ind insisted (in Ibe Duke oi'VD'AosIa and other .well known prapk being called in I'Hei-i dukes fin ittackmg his famous bud gel in 1'lfll hill he his few conglitnlalions loi his Ullllfnt de niinciation of the Dnte of Devonshire a scion o! the House o! Cecil, in the. commons on Thursday Hi bis been eclipsed In Sit Hd- ward Orev and by Winston Churchill in turn' and tbe lirst Lord ot the Ulnmallv is undoiihledh the Hie riuiiiLitL ui tli i" s rl tiinalion to (ici'manv that Great liri- tain cannot afford to lay behind in Mho. ral'e .for naval supremacy is in- dorsed hy cveryliody in the conntirv, iircspcclue oi pohlu il b isis Mnce (.himlull icphted iAlcKcnni U the RUSSIA'S BUDGET St. Petersburg. May 21. contmittee of the ,-Dnuiu last adopted, the go.vernuient, pro- postil to grant ron- for.the na- Ml sh obnildmg programme OHIO SWEPT AWAY LAST HOPE OF PRESIDENT TAFT Roosevelt Carries the President's Home State by Sweeping Majority and There is Now Nothing to it but His Nomm lation for Third Term as United States President i BOOSTS HANNA r t GOVERNMEN.T.QRGAN SAYS THE MAN ra SUCCEED LATE Ottawi Out Maj Mom nig f edilorHlh hope thai Hon llaniu provincial aecretaiy of On taiio ai oointed fjhaipman of -Boards. "'It 'says to those who are. acquainted with' Haiina'; ;thc .'Bouient his name was foi the the victidu. was at once borne home that the right man for.the plac-e The Citizen adds that Premier Boi den could no mike a nusitke in ip pointing JFr.-. Hanna to the chairman- ship of the Conimission, K he would accept, .though if would mean a ioss to' the province of Ontario. CLOSE ON HEELS OF RED OUTLAWS C. POLICE HAVE NEARLY CAUGHT UP WITH FLEEING INDIAN MURDERERS Clinton RC Men dnd ira horses were rushed north last iglit to' intercept this Indian outlaws Paul and 'Splnlam, and furnish fresh mounts for Chief Fernle's who are renorted 10 be close on the des- peradoes' heels. "Word came from Bridge ci cck esrerdi} tit il the who have heen following the. trail with the persistence .of illibuiidSi cfime in sight of their quarry for the first 'time. They have during tlie past three days 'heen re- ported asjjeing from twelve to four teen hours behind their prey, and no hope hete that could the mnrdereis lt> fidt-Hned his nose Columbus. O., May sweeping v'ictorv for'ex-President iloosevelt for Republican choice for for Governor .fuason j-larmon. for Democratic choice, was the result of thu State-wide primary, held in QhlJ yesterday. Ono ol' Ohio's faVoritn sons. President Taft, lost in the test. With tho that thore may be an increase, as later returns come iii, it is estimated'that Roose- velt has a plurality of over Taft In the popularity eon- test as expressed through the selec- tion of delegates to the National con- vention. Taft, so far, has carried but three entire districts; there is a divi- sion in two. While tlie returns are meagre on Uie vote' for delegates to the Republi can convention, which will name the six Republican National dslegates-at- large. it is thought the- Roosevelt for- ces will dominate. The Democratic party provided in; its call that the candidate receiving the largest presidential 'preference- vote shall be permitted to name, his own six delegates at large to the Na- tional'caiiventlon. This will give Gov- ernor 1-farmon an opportunity to" fur- ther increase his number of delegates to the Baltimore.convention, 'Governor'Harmon's majority, it is believed, will exceed -that Col. Roosevelt, On the 'face or the returns un to 7 o'clock this morning, from about 70 of 88 counties'of the State, Pvesi dent Taft will have but 10 of the 42 delegates to tho National convention will have.two in each of these ear ago for selling Col. a phiralitj of nearlj 200 President Jati carried home dietnc s the fiist and second einor Harmon v.ho hies in the city with the President, Cincinnati, the second distiict, but the first is still; in doubt In the .Congressional the StUe Ohio State-wide primary election icturns at least four of the fhe Ohio Republi Lang in Congress have been i c nomlu ated (Continued on paga 7) HORRIBLY MANGLED IN AN ACCIDENT PRINCE liEORGE" OF CUMBER LAND OF RESULT London, Ulc_Dailj Mail s TMail b coirebponricnt sais in Hie tonrse of an account of the de tth bf J'nncc of Cnnibcilaril "the princes azed Crtwe is killed with his mister vlule the siineipd m juries fhe accident occuned near the Milage of N'aclel ffl} im'is cabt ol Beiiln Ihc null, and Duc'icss of Cunibeiland weie also in loute Hi Denniatk fmm Oniunden and rccciTLii the ni-Wb ol their sons diatli il their holel in Dresden at J o clock Tuesihl morning 'Ihcj im inuluklj abandoned all plans to pro cccd to Copenhagen. N ic'.il is in tin. heart ol the Mark of Hiandcnbiii in the picturesque region once famed as a lionghold of LObbci barons Ihi innce w is clrmi his own tu lie left Priguc nih Mondiij morning, the IniglNMi ueir ib hilli but smooth ami tlie prince The Balkins' Early Spring Time Eruption Berlin Germany, May many is becoming concerned over the increasing seriouincwf of the situation in the Balkans stated semi officially that while the government is hopeful that the Powers may not be drawn in to a snarl, it the fact that there dangerous posalbU (ties that might make tlie sltua tion critical within twenty four hours is expected, however, that this ic only the usual spring eruption. M. SMITH IS LIKELY NUTTY COLLECTION DEFENDANT ,IN.i CASE POSES AS "CHARLES MEDICAL SCIENCE MAKES DISCOVERY BY PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPER CAN NOW TRACE DEGENCRA- TION IN B10OO TISSUES i ILi- I ondon, Mm 21 .loijMphit. deiclopci improving of the utmost in an tiiie imesligalion by Uartholoraew's Pathological laboratories in the caus- e's of the ol (.ssels jV In the coimnoncali Form ot arterial degeneration, said a member of staf, the and brittle, due to the lime and dtposited on then walls 'Ihc giaphic eloper has sohci1 the long standing niobium of ilclcrnnmnj inc exact imolinl of these salts ,n iho ilh of diseased blood vessel? A tlimh cut section 01 the nsped- ed tissue n placed for a moment in A rll aniline (hlch stainn pink aiu parts thai, have fitti Ifgcneiation This btaui, llou- does not attack the deoosils reinod Kmir sit-ned "t harles on siHrr nitrate 'oltiUon, mil left uniollcd Uuori he ijcv letlei which be wrote to up, so to speak, In the nme could ipill( the brakes tbc cai skid in be said (paitirlc'- ind precipitates a Jid, ddshrd lieip 01 loose )nc ..___ to tonnih stone skidded again ind then shot pal ,n nio the idiacent pines Like an ai nimetli a imtimitc king ot Lng- low it hurled itself igninst in oik tree ind wis lunlh wreekd mirumuit of sticlt in igainst tbe tiunk ot i tree Ihc 1 lime is killed instinllj His o fl lllu W1S agtcemcnl lo this the omd not reh on il word I'tlc-r innel it nighl camping m luoken his right cje w is knocked of q-ho .post coiilidenee in. the British navy has bci'ii compleifly restored, and the lit- tle navy party is dwindling Into "iu- publK, impregnable positions during the daj Mi liuiclnll has no behilf Ihc piisident of Ihe showed rUeinet i digbc'i sa> lboul time, and watching the surrounding sible lo da, I wish I lo dn Sentence no moio qu Uoininion SOUK thing lo bv the announcement that be was looiuiie to tlie self-governing colonies "Is, Ibis the, knife used1' Pitctno] for own naVai rj, o j sinmd lo snliocite mil put so Hlal imglil rlWigeU HlS OWOTO. binds to his tlirnat Sljine I wish ,u home w Ucl i _, _.. Through Pianist s It is not nnlKipilnl Ihil i eombined owned ,intl controll- cd in tins.1 of peace hy the St. nclcrsbui-K, Hay Lilic, bas been' arrested and held at Kletr, for killing i pianist. The Colonel ll witj _ nQ prlvile songfest had become prelU out and hilt i ribs fnetund lh( woieem- In Un ems-bin" of his hod} igiinst ,n rol tlonll ulollo. counliv will, field Jasaes MOHIIIK, wh.el Ihe I'nnee w is M, Tllc comes none too sfion for the pursuers. b -Their blimkets arc white with frost beforcv daybreak, and they are glad lo take up the chase as boon us compound of silHL just ab it a photog'aphic plate I ookcd at through the miscrioi one jni particles of lime and salts pits- nt in tiie tissue stand out unmistik- alih is ict black specks tions ALPONSO govern: mcnl of lliR four dominions will prove HONORS "MARCONI Midi Id Ma> Mug AI fonso gave an.audience yester- day to llie wireless invenlor, und conferred oh him Ihc Grand Cross of the Order o Alfonso ilnjejho enticing Alhertans loi a feasihlc proptisiliim.' Australia. is 11 ready provided with u deal unit, and proiiabiy before ions Ata- Imd join the roiunionucilth in tire nnnitenanct, of an Australian llect, but C inuti is still consulrring shf niinlil It) do ind South nri is not >rl hniiiLiiUl) stionj; uiiilri'ljikp ihr, construction and upkeep tC of her own; Body Afiei the p irtj mcthm the Col oiK-1 oiduied the piunlst to plaj a cci tnin mnich Iho phjor but he did not tbexcoic Dit.ro upon Col lAllo his ind pluiigwl'II, through tlie pianiBt's necks Klllinfe him-InalaiiUy. n innnd jMinoiipd in (lie iiont sett nf (fit (.11 (fis countctnriu ii ilinosl _ i pitthfd UiiH> dot His skill! was fractured and 'bis heck was broken. Tlie wlio was sittins ifl the hodv of the wns.lturtad 0111, hut bruises and is ulilr. to supply u coliert'iit accnitiif. ni the aceirienl Ihc bodies of the victims, discoverad hv a forester, who ruslied up on hearing (lie crash of the colli- sion. Thev were removed lo Uie lilt IP villnnn. rluirrli n< whrirn the villagers stood over the remains, throughout the -night, CADETS IN HIGH SOCIETY London, May Canadian cadetB ynsterday, pitradctl beforo Prin- cess .Louise and tho Duke of Ai'gyle. They Strathcoua. fuc wun THREE MADE THE TRIP 'Constnneo, .May of the eight officers and tho only el; ilinri who started on Muy. 12 from Strassburg on tho reliability '.flight, each carrying a passenger In His aeroplane, completed the task ..set thorn by arriving here.today Tire civilian, whose Ijlrth Unformly. accomplished .the ibest .per [oinmitt The bulk of tile comiK titoib were eliminated on Ihe ffrwt ilnv nf tlip pomtifttHloiK u'hilp- crossins: Veagea iMountains in.fice of a gale, A Zeppelin balloon accompanleil.the airmen along most: of. the stages I ho route from Slrassburg-'was by Metx, Maj'ence. Dar.mstadt. I'unkfort KuUnrhP and I itlburs oi-cr the Black' Forest to city. ANOTHER BANK MERGER RUMOft Toionlo Out ''lay aporf bank mereeis, and It is good IB that the Bank ot Montieal will absoih the, Hojal the rndcrfa Lnion Bank will not he in. the combination I! S Holt the Montreal mugnite, and heat! of ihe Rojal Sflcuntieg1 Co, ie mentioned as the manager of the runiored niergei FOUNB OUILTY I ondon Mrs Em- mclinc Pankhurst, mllltint "f suffragette Mr. and "Mrs Pothick La-wience, )oiat f editors of Votes for fojrd guilty todiy on a tliarge of conspiracy And In- (King to ni it 11 clous lUuiafe to propci tj to nine months' impriton- 4 mcnt ;