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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald CJ Volume Lctlibridge. Alberta. Maji Number 130, MR. MICHENER DIDN'T MENTION THE FARMS Speaking in Claresholm Riding He Was Mum on Demonstration Farms Didn'l Attack Mr. McKenzie and Repudiated the Cal- gary Eye Opener (Special to the furaui'u Mu 2J Mi Michenir Inclcr ot tht Con omtne in Ubtlta liuatted list nisht and while lie did not attract a; IfirKC a crowd as the premier, there wib i tood nietnt; Mr'. Michqncr was accompanied bv Dr. Ijlou', of Calgary, who Is'rather a joke as' a campaigner, ami Cl. Hunt, who lias the Liberals on the it i ipennu, ISMK James of Paiidiml jppe-ucd lor the Liba ih> anil llLidi. it Inch The meeting was notable for -two things ML "Ujclicmr duln x n cntion demon stratiun fannsT I hue might, just well hue er been a demonstration farm all Sir. Michener. knows about it when Clarcsholm. He didn't breathe the Moid H likewise notlble foi the fict that, Mr Michener did not it- tick Don Makolm char alter In tho north lie painted Mr JUi Keunc in Uialluigul by Mr the Con leader expressed regret tint the Calgarv EveTOpencr hcing iiruilated u the riding and it is un tkrstood lint Consena lives, hue the bunch sen heie I he paper is doing Dr McMil- lan a great deal of harm llcfoie the meeting Mr Michenci iiOl Mr. Weir and asked him lo cut put personalities nnd-lie would do likewise Mi promised and Kept Ins- word Mr llic.lli.iicr when his turn came1, called Mr. Weir a hlleh ig and othel choiee epithets Mi ittcnd the nieclme, at, liaioiii, tonitht and wont make an) sueh piomiitCb ill Hlow was, put up first and of course the crowd .smiled as usual: Mr was mule io follow and in Hie time him mule an eloquent mil imoioub picscntation of the Lib- cul jolici fi Hunt followed and if tcr the government in his vi'g, orous style. Mr. Michener closed and aside from bis itnck on Mr Neir was lime Ilib lorced repudiation of the slanderous campaign iged the proMnciil treasurer-ins DinoiiSLli as the nens had ikiftc fiom (lit north cunpalgi ng in the northern rulings the Con leader Ind indulged m ver personal rclllcllQlis on Mr Dl Brnns presided RAILWAYS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA EXCITING TIMES IN CARD- STON BYE-ELECTION Magrath is Honored With Visits From the Big Guns (Special to The Herald Magrath, Ma> contest ir tills eonsfitvinnfy 13 ljeco tlln- niun and more intense every day.' .Mngratli usually Conservative,' be ab out evenly divided, and the electois are displaying a keen interest in tlie explanation ol the issue's be lore the electoiaie ol the province but are very reticent in .mounting tliem selves foi 01 against the Both pirties are bending eieiy effort tovvaid the piling un of i uiajoiitj The candidates aie now on the hon e stretch, and excitement is at fevei neat. Next Friday evening, the lion Dun can Marshall, ind lion A G McKij, leader of the Llbeial oaitj iu On tario, will address the electors In'this illteiests of Mi Woolf Both these gentlemen have a wide lepnlation as splendid plattorm oratois and thej will undoubtedly be greeted In a mon slei crowd This will be th last meeting the. Liberals will hold and it is therefore Uieh pin pose ti .eclipse anything of'its kind, ever at tempted in tbis pi esent campaign Iheie -will be a srept dispuw of elo cinence at the meeting which is some tiling nue people like to hear espec ially >heu lacts are used m connec twn Coneenatnes will close tht campaign Jiaio with i big rallj iu the Electric Theatre on Saturday n enmg At thin the leadei of the Oppo mtkro, Mr Miohener Mill be tno pnn cipal speaker He -n ill be accompanied by another speaker, the name ot whom has not set been announced Thej hope bi holding the meeting on Saturday night to influence the elec tCTB lalt. On Saturday evening the Conserva- tives will hold a big meeting it Card ston Mr Tueedie MPP for fil garj citv, and the Lethbndgo memlrei speak It is also riimoiod tint .T TV Woolf will thcie faco Mi Stew art on the It looks as though ithere: mif n't hie something doing In the way of excitement. Monday Is election day Two polls will be held in Magrath, but they wit hoth be located in the town hall. The polls will own at 9 a m, and close at 5 p.m; 'It IB expected that a large vot CONSUL WAS KILLED nankforton the Maine, Ger, Mai States Consul General Frank D Hill, of Minnesota, MRS killed bj filling the lailins ot i staircase in a big hotel here today He was found on the giound tlooi with a broken slui. 1 fr VICTORIA DAY PROGRAM PROVIDES GOOD SPORT ___________ 1 i What's Doing on Big Clash-in' Baseball League Should Attract Crowd- Football at Ray- mond Diamond City Di Slenarts nnp Is deliberately prepared to .nilsleafl'tlie people of .the South Tt oiilj shows the railways whose bonds were tuarauteed af the 1911 session of the Legislature No reference is made to the railuijs guaranteed at the 1D09 session of the legislature and the fact tha4- these guarantees were renewed in Wll 1 he Herald reproduces a map uov. ing eserj line of railroad io tap tins bection of Southern Alberta v, hose I boudb been guai-uiteed bj ind the boimclaij ind theie are bran of Albei thai tho G T P an be seeu NR come to Letlibridpe ind the G T P pro eeeds south to Courts the C N H lull ilso sene country east of the Coutts line into LeQinrwiS a line a ot the prov fUffi to'Ca Jston ahd C- N H ilso mil into lUacleod and the C gSts ueal to Pincher Creek ,hes the Alicleod Canlston brmch weqt to the B C bound ir> too Run from Piucher Creek is an- other- branch of the C. N. H; Ihis map is absolutetj authentic and- was prepared bj the Department ot at Cdmonton The onlj ilterytion oL route will be In the G T P line Horn Calgary to Lethbridffc farthePeast than in dicated-on the map, Football; Macleod vs. Lethbridge Overseas, a friendly, 11 a.m. Baseball: Macleod. vs. Lethbridge in the District League; 3.30 p.m. Gun. Club turnameut., at 9.30, tlie trrps. Rifle Club snoot at the butts, 2 p.m, Bit celebration at DIainoi d CIt> at which the Lethbridge Caiiies wil' the M icleod team it football One of the Lethbiidg'e City League teams will enter the baseball tourna ment theic V grand concert Hill be held it night Speciil tiain from Lethbridge in >the morning Grand S OE hall here, tomorrow evening, at which Dr.1 McRae. of Western .Canada College Calgary, will (ielher ad dress, along Bie Stake ithletic meet at Hay niond in which manj Southem ath letes will compete Thig IB the first event of its hind in Southernv'Alber- ta, south oC Lethbridge. Tomorrc-w Victoria Diy, Is proba blj one of the biggest dajs of the 5 ear not onlj in the sporting calen dai but to everjone whose love of outdoar life is still It the and palnn of child hood Being the first holidaj of the jeii aftei the long wiuter months, >s generally taXen advantage of for some'sort of outdoor as -fishing is not a prominent sport in this part of world, attention is turned in some other direction. Everybody in Lethbridge has de- cided to a good time tomorrow. The shooters will be ai the tfhere tourtiai irients are being hold, and a large number vill participate. raonts have been made to take the members of the Rifle club to the- range in the aftei noon, w here the first tournament of the club will be shot off The clay bird fiends be in evidence early, decided to devote the morning hours to the sport, A big crowd will go to Diamond where their annual celebration will be held the whole day being en oxer to the sports nith a concert and tfance at night. (A special tram will be tun to Diamond CUj earl) in the morning, and a large number of local people nave aignfted, their intention of gomg across the rher to en the fun. The Diamond City celebration last tear ft is a pro- nounced success, and it is certain :hat those who took in the event wilt jircHei't lor this jear's spurt day, nhich is io be bigger and better than ever. on METHODISTS ARE MAKING ALFALFA IS THE COMING CROP 1R. FELGER HAS -FINE SAYS ALFALFA WILL BE MONEYMAKER Mr L V of the heUd farm company, uas HI town bringing luth him is fine a sample of Vhalfa as has hern SLPR lor a dav It had a stand 15 inches high, fine and buslu tnd the 1001 so hi is cut doun was 11 inch cs Ion? Mr Fclgcr is entlutsiaslic over tht prospeotb for VUalfa in Poiithein Ubuti and icgaids, it as the coining ciop for moiiej making "Mr I clgpi has POO acres to uheat ind rcg-ud" Ihc outlook foi tlia JCJU is AUSTRALASIA DEFENDSOWN SHORES I ondon, M Commenting on New inland's concurrence in the dc sire ulmualti tu employ the battle (ruisei jn home tfic Sidney Daih lelegiapli, m of Winston Churchill's doctrine otthe semblance of New Xealand's naval force, seems to the common-, of Vustiaha m tin, of guardian 01 Viistialisia with a unit, and acids thu-iebponsibiliU is a large one, men in itf. purch Uistnilmn as icet, 'nit its atccplancc Is be- yond doubt and whatever mav be thought of the pohcj, it has hce adopted'and our national duty is to nuke 'he best of it and that, he1 may be a-good thing tor the empire ThjE NEW KING OF DENMARK SHOULD MAKE A BIG NOISE llegina. Saslc., Ma.v specla train, with olio hundred and fort ingers, left.Hegina thts'afttrnoon .fo Moose Taw to compete in the picnn aangerfest. MADE IN CANADA TRAIN AT 'PEG EXHIBITS GREAT'LY MANUFACTURERS WILL' BE' BANQUETTED Mall Vice Pie- Son rating every man that ie eligible CAN CONTINUE BUSINESS Toronto, May, .Neilson l Co, litd, has heen granted pennls continue Its business in the demolished bullclfiiE, where a nail Killed tuo em three weeks nto. idral Hurj ol the C IMi is the list to Inspect the m idc-ln- cshibilion this morning, and hy the the train was thrown open large number of people weie nnnitmj entrance Shortlj after trn o'clock or and the BAPTISM TONIGHT The meeting at the Calcdonliit Mall last evening was interesling, E; angolist Clutter's subject bslng. "The Fait and Restoration of Man." There will be baptismal service tonight af tor the sermon. Everybody invitee to come. Children's .service each bv 'Oning after school this week. ABOLISH PAPAL LEGATION Lisbon, Chamber of Deputies, toy'n vote of 50 against'-15, today decided to abolish the Portu- guese legation at the Vatican. This is a seqttel to the law for of Church and State decreed by the government in April last year BLANCHE, WAS A THIEF Montreal, May Blanche David, t> l.uli. girl, who tnp tlnoiigh the ten cais thej has p'irzled physicians by dropping n as j y roppng pressed their admiiation further of- death Ilite trances tune after licial recognition of the., special will he given by a big hhnqiict tonight by the Industrial Bureau, to those ill chaise of the tiain The train leaves tomorrow at 5 a. Hi. for Moriien. Kcfini Moose, and I) otlier poijitsi j time Indulging In naps ringing from ono day to nearly a nioatb, will spend the irext two years In the the Cood Shepherd. Found guilty o.' theft, the "Sleeping Wonder." choao n two years' residence In the quiet coil' fines of a home to ii'js term The.Grown Prince Christian Freder who: succeeds to the; throne Denmaik, is forty leais old He is a tiill and powerful man. resem- bling, his mother. Queen Louise, who is the temale of Emopein Toy alt} being feet two Inches n: height Shp is also the wealthiest womaii sovereign. king is married to one of thp two sisters of the late reigning Grand Duke of Mecklenburg Schwerii: THE KING'S BIRTHDAY Although the'birthday of.thc reign- ing sovereign is set forth in the stat- utes as a Dominion froliday, many questions are being asked these days as to whether it would be observed Lethbridge this year. -.The fact is so close to Victoria Day, causes many objections to be raised, by the business men of the city. The Herald called on several mer- chants this morning to get an ex- pression cf opinion on the matter, and ilthouglr they feel that the ien should be duly honored, they are verse to closing their places of bus ices as on :other holidays. .The Busi- ieis Men's Association wai to have letd a meeting last night, but It wat octponed... It Is their intention, how- THREATEN1 TO THE VOTE CDIIT JiLii SASKATCHEWAN ELECTIONS Regiua, Snsk Maj rnmoied bete to-lay that the nnouncemetit of the election data be made morning June 11 is the date likely to be selected Wiisluugton, D C, "Uay 23 Kpqt ''several'of his colleagues on the Conservative, side of the Senate, and sounded them ib out tho prospects oE Tunning d, third Lat, m caso Col elt is nom inated for President. at.CbiciiKb. TliOBC unom he sa.v> leganled the nomination of Col. Rooaevelt ;able definite armed at n. these conferences, and Mr. Root rimsslf -did not geom certain-whoihcr m nomination of.a third ticket would te advisable, .Mr. Root, with whoni ie talked seem to regaid it as cer tiin that the New York delegation 'onld split, in half; that Roosevelt can j New and tbit nauy of the for Taft as jrichisaiu and voultl swing loose and vote for Roose- elt. In the apparently certain event of 'ol nomination, the ques Ion of running a third ticket .has ome lo the front. There has ome talk atjont nominnlfng a sort a? aimer Duckncr-ticket, with a eptiblican at the head and ;i Denio- for bu the pre- niling sontinient tins Veen in fnvcr ofi inning a straight Republican ticket. lonlcl ,ihis be done, there Is a possi-' lily of three Republican tickets be: ing In the fi old. For. friends of Sen- ator LaFollctte tonight stilted -that would ciirj his fight against [looeo velt beyond (he convention, and go to tho electors. Whether he will or IMPERATOR IS WORLD'S GREATEST BIG VESSEL SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCHED AT HAMBURG- KAISER AS SPONSOR Hamburg, MIJ M Hie Harobutg- An'elid'n line's mammoth trans steamer Impel atoi, the lug gcai in the was SIK-- ccsfafullv launchpd tociav The Dmper- or Hilliam actcil as sponsor Jo- liinncs Bnrcharil, lord JUuir ol I! (lelncred an address rfent gifai in ship- building The launching weight of the Tinpprilor uas tons but when completed it is believed sht mangay Revealed Increa-- ses AH Along 23- Garmangay as the scene of the annual meeting take up the question wh'en hey nieot, and It is likely that the ccision reached then will -decide whether cr not June 3 will be a holl- ay or not. However, in spite of any action they may take, nil banks, schools and Do. lljnilnfon offices will be closed tan the J Kjna'i tho Conservatives seems imminently probable. Xo TafL inun could be found today who seriously qileslioned the certainty of Roosovelt's nomination, and tho talk was all ab- out what should be done after tho convention. i The 'President himself waa the on-j disphcc aboui, tons FIGHT SHIFTS TO NEW JERSEY ASPIRANTS .FOR .PRESIDENTIAL HONORS ENTER HOME STATE OF WOODROW WILSON odisi church of the Lethbridge Uict, held on Tuesday and Ne of this Rev T P pastor of Wpslev church, chairman the presided, P 'II Xe- e, of Carmangaj was secretaire A.moiij; the other e A A Lytte, of nnlge Wcstminsttr church "Rev. ,H, Ciaggp 'lalHjr, Rev W B, Mit- ord, of GonlilaJe Probationers Bmrt-f ir, Corcoran, Raker, Corbett, Ald- piis, Palmer, f erguson, and ilio follow ing lav men A. McCombe, Vallcj R Tiffin and O 1 ethhmlge T. A. ei JI MillciT( Mr of Bow'viHe JJ, )aMs, Albion Ridge. i A line chss ot six joung mfn recommended to he tpcened on pro- bation as canthdaies for the Ihcv Messrs Bakci, Cotbett, Palmer, Anderson and ft'w- Vuirk, N I Ma> 2? stmg- g.o for national convention delegates has shiilnl to Neu JPF'JCX home state hii. taken thp ccntie of tin' political sfagc occupied In Oluo and prruonsh bj the other c-ommonwcalths that expressed tfcii [IK denies for presidential can (iidates through pnmarj elections Tim Xinv Jerscv pmiMiics arc next democrats'plan to carry; the fight'i UUIIlUI-Lit IA J'ltlll h 'lift up hi, Bplnla lo >cr} Q( He seemed as buoyant ;ts ever, and j talked aliout. going into New Jersey in a cheerful wax, an if lie hud never heard of Ohio. People close to him sftid tiial lllej- had .lltivor seen him BO jovial and oplimimic, and this in spite of'the fact that all :-'rIende were i everybody they know the fight was all pVo.r.' Senator I ifoHcttt, opened his cam- laqt in scj and Iltjbokcn Picsi- dcnl Tafl, and Col. cii- Tho regulations of Rev Crigg and n Mittord tlie ministrj rcceivwl and vre-" gretiulh A prolonflfc.1 'dis- cussion took plACc regarding ihe ,lp1k% salaries paid to missionaries on dome mission fields Strong resolu- UonB were (in the for' the consideration of the annual cob-' Terence. orl of district'was blmTin statistics to oc in jood rlhc incmbeiship increased from 60f> lo bSl Tho connect ional funds cd araoimtcil to including foi the praeral misslohary and the Missiouac'r sotieU T lip Indies' Aid hocietieB'ol the district t nsrd The total amount laisrd for all purposes Vm 518J1S Last icar Ike amount There are .'25 Methodist Sunday schooli in Ihc distucl, 10 pinthing places, They 1370 and H6 teacliers and offie'ets. raivea itjiS, uiLiuning for missions The lavmen elected to attend con- fereucc MCI" John Toiraoce and Dr. (Ijlbiaith, 1 ctlibndge D. J. Davis, Alhmn Jlidijc fl Sllggilt, Coat- dale I A .Smulal, Tabcr, and trc the stalci starling Miller (armangav,