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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. May 2.% THE DAILY HERALD SeMd Potatoes It ftys to Start With tKe Best Variety Oreen Mountain Potatoes arc the standard market variety by ivlilch others' arc judged ami arc tlio most profitable io tho {jrowor. ...'..-They.! oval potato ,jvlth Bhallow, oyes aiid ,aro .ax-, uniform 'In1 ''Moreover llioy are uneicoilod 'In' totli eating and keeping qualities and have nroyon ono pt the best yleldors In thin .district. Localyrown seed Is the best. I HAVE A LARGE QUANTITY SEED OF MY OWN GROWINS Price pier ton T. W. Dike COALDALE, ALTA. RURAL PHONE 615 am For 20 days in good business property CORNER REDPATH AND 12th teot on Avc., 125 feet on street, has good 8 room fully modern house, rented for S45-00 per 'month. This is without doubt the best buy in tllp city today. Price Terms' balance hi C, 12, IS months. Ferris Ransom NANTON" Special Snaps acre tiact of fruit land idjoiDiug the town site of Kaiso, B. G., lightly Four fine lots .close to Bo.w rlsland, best buy (T no sub lit each 1 Three fine lots also largo corner. IfcCulloch Addition, Kijip 100 each Cprneis flToOO close to new ?20000 hotel. New five roomed cottage close to hotel, lot 25 x 25, One fine 50 "foot business (ot, 5500; also two good res- idential lots, each. :PIri- cher City All or any ot the above on small cash payment and easy terms. W. i aj.4 rf. OWNER 12125th Avc S Lethbridge v NO FOR COAST TRADE D G Jlav -By a vote of 1-17 to the 1 House today, re-afflrme'd its decision that no toll should "bo 1 charged American vessels en- gaged, in coast-wise .trade" for passing through the Panama Canal.-'-... The .provision was bitterly fought, and the result with cheers It Pays to Paint PalntproloncBtbelifeof every- thincpftlntabfe. It protects and prevents decay. Paint ia not an expense, it'a an Investment for' pioflt Tho proSt is the eitrn l ears n it adds to tbe life of jour burnt! roofs gates etc Un painted they soon besin to show fifing.of and re painted .with Barn, Roof and Elevator Paint .they last and Berrorouforyeirs ana food It is much better and cheaper to naint nnd repaint than it is to be con unuaHy repairing. OyerdOrveurB we began makiriir paint to the chmtttio conaiiions of RIOTOUS STRIKE AT BUDAPEST WORKINGMEN INCENSED OVER POLITICAL..CHANGES. RESORT- TO ROUGH TACTICS beUvei'ii police and strikers have been frequent, ill our the cilj throughout the juonmiir luo stril tis line been killed and many at the police anil strikers wounded, twenty-five of the litter stiPieh PractuilK all trade unionist workers in Budapest, the exception-of municipal employees uork tins looming is a icsult of a icsolution passed list night bj the Socialist Union, which proclaini ed a stnke in protect against the election of Count-. Tisca. as presi- dent of the 1 Count is (al strong, opponent of umver suftiigc thousand workman is this fr in the Itadmg to parhiment sqilaic all ftp proachcs of which guardtd bj strong cordons ol'police.- The strikers finding (heir effoits to obtain posses jioji of parliament square Unavailing, hUr'cil and street laiAps ind desiro) ing goods dibplajed i in liijop I ttcn inej began I stoning tlic police who them o charging with their uubb Ihe nwst serious encounter oceurrpi on Outer Wiyier street th took possession of a hi] which thev'fired at thi lolice with revolvers. jf had been' Mt wit.1 mllcts; the o nicer in charge or floret he men I o return -the fire. Several rollers were fired into the crowd mi ,wo of the strikers were killed and i lozen were wounded. The strikers ho building; unable to withstand the bhaip icplj of the police, dashed on of doors in ail Severn street lines have been suspe .ince morning ilie strike has inlj pirtullv successful man) orics continuing 'work under ji )ro tec tion. THE REPORT ON TITANIC READY D. Senate committee on-commerce todaj considered !he repdrt of the Titank disaster whicli submitted to the Senate next Tuesday. It will hi an of conditions umlei whicli tile vessel swept along through tho iceberg area to her doom with its Immense loss of Ufa. The repor was framed largely by Senator Wil! iam Alden Smith, of .Michigan, chair man of the sub-committee that con ducted tlio investigation. During the sub-committee's discussion there were some of the orlglna draft along lines oE moro conserva tivo deductions. It is understood the report ,will severely .criticize Captah Smith'of as mainly re sponslhle for the disaster becuuso o failure to, heed warnings of other ves sels; tho British Board of Trade for lax inspection; J. Bruce Jsmay, who was a passenger, and will point to lack of in the time of dan ger. ARE CELEBRATING 'EMPIRE DAY PATRIOTIC EXERCISES AND PRO GJ3AMMES HELD IN ALL THE SCHOOLS TODAY This Is Empire Day at the citj schools, and patriotic concerts are-be ing held in every class room. Songs and patriotic numbers will-be deliv efed by the teachers and pupils an- .somstfiing done to-foster a of country in .the coming generation. Empire Day is alirodudt of the last ten years, and is celebrated in the schools 0'iAIberta and Ontario for the pmpose or teacnmi, the children something of the vastness and', im portance of the British Empire. The 23rd 'of May is set apart for that pur pose, and patriotic manifestations ate in .order. During the past few years sohie confusion has a-risen froni the that .many people, desire to cal May 24 Pnipire Daj However, Mai .it fa Empire and May 24-is cele brntcd as Victoria pay, EIGHT OF NEW SETTLERS HURT ?stern pays to nt with Stephens' PR in IB Bold by fevdltir Write toaayf6t (rce Book of Suireca- klhtuieri. PAINT AND VAfeNISM MAKERS WINNIPEG.CANADA- BRANCH AT CALGARY 'SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRJDOE HayrHdw, Co, rs SLOW WORK ELECTING BISHOPS M E. CHURCH HAS ELECTED FOUR OF EIGHT BISHOPS NECESSARY Minneapolis, Minn., May s'apthali Luccock, pastor of the Plyde ?ark Church, Kansas City, Mo., ii he fourth bishop the eight to be elected'at tho present session of: the general conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church here. This was the lit, of the fifteenth ballbt'anhounc- cd late yesterday., Dr. Luccock re- ceived 148 votes, 44 more than neces sary to elect. Those who have thus far been elected at the conference arc: Dr. Homer. G. Stuutz. New York Dr. T. S. Henderson, Brooklyn; Dr.-W. 0. Shepard, Chicago, ancl Dr. Luc- cock. Another ballot was taken, but no election resulted. AFRAID WELLS WILL GIVE OUT Kansas City, May evidence was furnished at the session of Ui-3 natural gas association "here to- day to show that natural, gas ics in all sections of the-country are considering nn Increase In -rates with a view to limiting consumption. That theie is fear of a diminishing supply of natural gag was brought out in the d la cuss ion. PART OF-'C. P. R. WEST BOUND DITCHED BY A SPLIT RAIL- NO SERIOUS INJURIES Port Vithur Ont AIij ning'at high Hobon, 49 miles flast of White River, at ten o'- clock last night, the first section of the C. P. R- train No. 1, hit a split rail, and the engine, tender, baggage and one 'colonist car left the track. None of. the train crew was injured, but eight immigrants? all paaserig-ers, received slight hurts, 'such as cuts, bruises and. sprains Their, injuries were not so serious as .to necessitate their being sent back to Chapleau Hospital, and they all continued .their journey 'west. They ar-a all immigrants who crossed tho Atlantic on tho Donaldson liner Sat- urnlo. The main line track was not clear- ed until nearly .noon today -for the resumption of through traffic, and the wrecked train will not arrive at Port.Arthur until o'clock this ev- ening. This section of the Canadian Pac- ific has been subjected to .-many; wrecks, this spring. On Monday night two freights met in a head-on colli- sion seven miles east of White River and Engineer Smith of Schciher was injured.: As the auxiliary from White River was preparing to go, to fhe re- lief of this wreck, the car containing the crane. left the track, and rolled down the dump to the edge of the lake WANTS TO FIND LOST BROTHER II. Swcnson, of Pine .Bluff, Ar- :ansas, is in I.etlibritige Vo meet his irothcl' by appointment. Having Ijeen icrc a AyecK- he lias not vet joined im, nor has he called [or letters nvaiting him at the post offlcc. Mr, iwenson apprehends that some liiinn ns come to .his tnother Should this y any means catch his cyc'lie ic inuclu relieved ,hy his commlinicat- ng with him. 1.. H. iSwenson is at resent staying at the Arlington. I-Io.- ei THE BANK CLEARINGS The bank clcnrhiBs for the weak ending today were 107. HAVE MACDONALD COMPANY SOLD TORONTO GLOBE MOR WHICH BEEN CONFIRMED LOCALLY (ho past a very per- sistent rumor has been going the rounds Unit the A...McDonald Co. had disposed of. their string of, wholesale houses, of n'liic-u there arc fifteen, tc twceu Kenora on east and Van- couver on the .west.' A few days ago the Toronto Globfvcarried the rumor, but so far tliero has been no confirma- tion of'the sale. The Herald called on ths manager of the A. MacUonald Co.'s new whole- Bale house ..herb this morning. While ha1 said had heard .the report, he had received no notification of th-a change from any other Kourco, and was unable either io confirm or deny the rumor. N'ohhing official has been given out by the head of the firm in Winnipeg. If the sale is consummated, it meantTone of the largest deals in the history, of. the West. The A. .Mae- Donald Co." is one of the largest and strongest wholesale concerns doing in Western Canada, and a sale would involve millions of dollars. TO HELP THE OLD COUNTRY FARMER London, May indica- tion that the government is a ting the 'agricultural possibilities of Great Britain is furnished bv tho an- nouncement; that- (about 500) lias been granted from the de- velopment of the fund to Cambridge umveisity for the extension oi cultural laboratories and the, estab- lishment of a farm specially to research in plant breeding. SOCIALISTS ATTACKED KAISER final session of tlio Koiclisla'tf' t'dda'K' was n most stormy one. The social democratic leader, George .Lcdbour, in referring to the Emperor's recent threat- at a at that lie would incorporate 'Alsace-Lorraine into 1'nissia, declared "People like the English would, a parallel case either have smashed in jail was the imposed in lfie court at Mortlake" yp.stpnlav on the Uuhc of the wealthiest nobleman 111 England, for driving his automobile at lil miles an hour in Richmond Park. Bench, bar and spec- tators joined in the .sentence. White Swan Yeatt Cakex combined good flour anl careful baking make tlio most delicious hom'te- nuide breed jou ever tasted. Insist iilion your grocer giving you White Swan Ypnst i package f> dikes Sample sent. on request White Swan Spices Cereal, Limited Toronto Ontario. I "COMMERCE IS -ftING" As Mr. Lackey, the Harbor Engineer, Says THEREFORE ORT MANN N Is a City of Certainties Tho tiling tli a I stands out about is its absolute certainty of future. Men, who made fortunes in New York, Chicago, Seattle, Arancouver, wore Inking a gambler's chance. Men who invest in Port 'Mann take no chance. Vrou can forecast with certainty the future of Port Mann. fresh -wafer harbor, a terminal of a great transcontinental railway, and the- vast wealth of Canada back of it', it will soon become the Liverpool of Western Canada. Port Mann is tho greatest of opportunity along all lines of trade and industry on the American 'con- tinent today. Don't Miss Your Opportunity Buy today. See oirr ageirts at oiicc and remember we own or control the mayor por- tion of the original townsitc of Port Mann. f FREEMAN-MACLEOD, Dominion Blk. Lethbridge J. Amundsen Son, Claresholm Pacific Properties, Limited, Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C. ;