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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I .-J Lethbridge Daily Herald illume V. Lelhbriflgc, Alberta. Saturday, May CLIMBED TO FLAG POLE TOP .Feat of a Man Confined i r at the Mounted Police Barracks at the rale of M mm lite were paid today by the.Doinimon jiov eminent, to Tom Uvuies. a't tiie ONE OF CHEVRE'S MASTER PIECES ill iiy the nmny oxhiuits ul the Salon of Society oi! French- Artists is ono that possesses especial lute-rest..' It in. thu st'ntu-a erf tho Cuna'dlun his torlan Francois Xavlor Garncau, and iy the woi'k of Paul Chevve. one of the passengers who was saved from the vvroch of tho Titanic. The work coinpleted-iind sent to the'Salou tho day before Chuvrc sailed on the ill-fated steamer to attend-the inaug- uration of his bust of Sir Wilfrid i Laurior lit Ottawa. v Trunk Pacific1 The enormous picture vvbich the I 0[ the hiie-C. GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC HASN'T NAMED MAN TO LOOK AFTER WESTERN WORK Chamberlain's Promotion Causes Vacancy Which Will Soon be Wainwright's Appointment Recognizes Services of Old Time Railroad Official veteran artist, Jean. Paul exhibits it tht B imo balon Montreal, May odicial an- nouncement of the appointment of 10 J. Chamberlain us prusideiit of the Graml Trunk railway, and tlic Grand, succession is made railway .in M. Hays, ron eun the In pest evci minted since Veronese's "Wedding -'east of Cana. The picture represents the Court of Love held by the Troubadours'at 'A and ib intend Mounted Police lJiirick ed his money, which sum of in the santo number of niin- utrs In tlinb.ut; the fl-ig pole on llu j MIL u birracib gioimtis uu assist ed foi tin capitilof -ancjt irpni. Uios3 on terra firma Jicr lid repuicntatiu ,Toin's was gcnu Sue'in-every .respect. Tlie height- of Hag pole is aim lit one hundred iiel ind bupl Uihon billed tiiat he JMI! teen living fot some tune to Kit VOIHL one to climb but without' success.'1" TOm Uvrnes, who' by. the v iv 1mb him i IHL ti do Ha tuck with tht. result ib refore stated: Seen afterwards .bv i t Ilcrild lorn quite nodtfstlv sud tlonii nothing wonderful con htrc in Lomlon Mr. Chamberlain also lalirs Mr. Hays' S'tat on the hoard of directors. Mr. Chamberlain was first uu-piLSLdeul of tin; Grand Trunk Paulu Wm. WainwrigliL, who lias bcen'act- WOOLF'S ELECTION A CERTAINTY Meetings Being Held Throughout Riding sideling thp fait he hid cluniudl A! igrath splendid as as three hundred feet some mg m the interests of the Libeinl pHMilqiit and nrcbidiiil! tucst Liken in the afians of of. the -Graiid Trunk railway und sec- ond MLc-pLtsident of the drind liunk Pacific, becomes vieu-iiu-sident ol the 0. T.'-l1'. The oHieial luiiioiincc- incnt also-.thanks Mr. for his pasi services aijd refers to a cur- tain arrangement made with him on account" of .tlicm, M. 'JI." Reynolds, Montreal, a vicn- idcnt of the Giand Irunk is made n director und.-sscond vice-pre- sident of'the G. T. P. When Mr.; Smithers had nMiic the aimoiniccuiCiit, iie was Basked if any dotion uotild be takcu in the njac futum in the ij 01 appumtnig a general manayer for the CUand Trunk Pacific, as (he neulj elected prcbi- dual position of vice- president inti gcneia] raanrigLr but Mr Smitherb iephcd that he thought good da-v's' refer ced io had done a xccv luoik ard tht niattei EDWARD BASSOON DEAD.. 1tnie puuoush in anothei part of cindidate uas held heie last lie conujrj manm-i In ion, climbed the pole toda; gwtanrt Ihp impuspion that he his IiadbOiiiLi cKptr.J.ce as a si.lor sedt m the big hall UNION DEPOT. FOR TORONTO 1 oi onto, Miv W I eouaid of the C P R innounced tlmt his romp-in and N R. ould not the Gi inu in building the mqiostd union station on Piont titieet Instead thev hase plans nrepared foi d SJOOOOOO sta tion en Yongc sticet Noith reached lii elevated ti icl s ici oss the north (in end ot the TREATMENT IS BRINGING SUCCESS PHIS Don Jiimo t'io Join j car old sou of the King Queen of Spun who vuis bmn dcif mid dumb is progressing' fiatisfietor 11 j at Fi ihom g hei e for some Unie he has the tieitment of Piofessor Henn Rev inoml The boy Drince is nov as the icsulL ot in ooerUIon commenc ing to ajuculaie some words ind hen -Eome sounds. Tlie '-Swiss 'treatment iv ill be continued until the 'boy's senses; are completely nor- mal. SUDDEN DEATH AT GRANUM (Special to the Herald) Vila Mm 21 If Peacock ilicil at 5 JO this ifternooii of heirt failure Siie leaves four children the two weeks old Both local -doctors were out- of town iimJ friends wired for a. doctor from iVlacIcod, who airweil hv auto in 2) hut too lite She hid fcecn derfd tventv minutes when he .arrived'.-. -She will -be buried ionioi: She was 38 years ot ige A sii cd tonight of the from niffh Rncr clOM ic'henie of this character, and th of Trade has shown the right spirit in their yiideavors to decorate the station yard. The information from the superintendent of the ra way company will be received with much satisfaction by, tho people of the town and for Cameron has given- assurance that next spring will see the ;layirig; out of attractive Ilower beds and trees. GREAT COUNTRY TO THE SOUTH-EAST OF CITY The hgurefa Stt> Unionist. W. o39 I ibei U and -1 -C. Gibson was the that I lie 4-lbei't i supplied, fioe i eiders The. Conservatives nil take m the meeting but no oni appeared on. their behalf: Fred II fuinei piesicled at tlio nice jng.'-and a number of the leading-Lib erals of the town4 on the plat form. A male RasmussQii, 0. Roberts and 'C; Steele rendered Borne rousing campaign' songs The Magratlt LiberalB are putting (Up a splendid -tight, a'n'd are confident of making a good show on .election da Liberals Betting ..Victory Cardston, Stevvurt, M P P and John I Fairish tUe Con servative candidate, addressed ing at Kimbali last evening and ap peir it Fi> loi v ille tonight while Mr Martin Woclf, Liberal candidate, to- gether with Hugh B Brown aie ul dressing'a meeting at'ilountaiti.Vievv tonight.- As a couple of Indefatigible earnest these two candidates cannot be outclassed The'both piities lie most diligently at vvoik the I ibenls a e betting large odds against all the Conservative mon- th ey can find, vvhjch shows great confidence on their part of the result of the coining election. (Continued on page, CONSERVATIVES ANXIOUS TO SUPPORT MACKENZIE Claresholm Slaj 2 day Malcolm McKcnzie'is growing strong- er, and it Is merely; a question of what tho majority; ,vvlll he.. .There is a de- cided reason among iho Conservatives against the campaign being put un COP junction of newspaper glanders Dr. Hlow's car and George Hoiirticys platitudes to (lie farmers is disgust- boiler-class .voters on hoth Bides. Fresh proof of, this was. afford- by a wire received yesterday, by Mr. McKciizfo, which read as follows trWo have vi-ed Di McMillan id vising him to withdraw from the .fight and alnting 'hat we .arc. supporting vpu. Signed, Monarch Conservative Chili' In reply to this ed: Many thanks for; your, hind wire, I I MIL VLM llitll.ll I ail) i so n mi i.oiiaenatHcs in ill Iiarts'of the oouBtHiteiiey are Bliowing their, confidence, antf goad feeling ns ;you are doing. I shall not forgot it, and. shall -reel more thnn ever- after May 1171h that f represent the people of the whole constituency regardless of party politics defeated Unionist 'candidate. Horatio Bottomiey had held this majpnties He is one ot the veij few ;of 1'arlia ancnt ind his aggressive personality, 'in tho House of Commons, and thiough the columns of his muckrak- ing journal lohn Bull hive made prominent figiuc. in English life He overstepped ,thc mark, .ever, when he undertook to one of the great English Prudential, which pur 'sued him with relentless persistence, and fmallj drove hinvont of political life At the last general election Mr LBoUomley's plurality was nearly 2, 000. SWIPED THE EDIBLES Sonic Wicked hand mode away with the cakes and sandwiches at ihu S 0 hall last; night, therein depriving many of the audience oi hite to in the Looks Like Huge Strike in England by Next Wednesday London, May 25 national stoppage of work by transporta- tion workers, early next week, is threatened in circl-s this afternoon. Those, in touch with strike leaders anticipate .that un less a fn the interim, next Wednesday see an order issued for' a general strike throughout'the whole of. the United Kingdom. A great mass meeting of'stevedores this afternoon passed a unanimous solution, in favor of..a stoppage of work. Thev leaders anticipate that they will be able to cat! out trade un lonists .without difficulty, and to secure the support non-unionists. The un- rest among the railroad ''men is such that it is thought they could easily be induced to participate in the dispute. The glut of ships in th's Thames "is constantly in- creasing; Their which are mostly composed of food stuff, much of which is perishable, re- mains untouched. The markets are already feeling the pinch of depleted supplies. EBERTS GETS AvREPRIEVE ilacleod, May Fritz Bberts, sentenced to hang on June 1, for the mur der.of C6nstable Willmott, R. W M P, ins been ic prieved until August 1. His ei i eceh ed a message tp this effect from th-a Minister of Justice today t v> WORK ON GRADING CONTRACT Vctual woik on the giading ton tract foi tilt citj he commenced ihout the end of The um Marquardfc'and Calwarb, are eat- The refreshments their equipment is on its the conceit was in piogrcss Itfftom Hibsano llic contiact callfa foi Mas a snei! v pit cc oi and the! an ot Siv miles NEW JERSEY STATE Camden, J 25 i tiie piogressne movement in Ncv Jersey, who clobelv watthed Lol ooscvelt'b second tout, ait iL'dicnut .1 bncLping COL tht Colonel "lomght One of thot.e who were most encouraged is John--Frankliii Fort, has been ii: the political uuii ioi thutv "It's all he said, "and the Colonel will cairv the state by .1 big major i tj In all mj experience in Icrscj, I luxe such spontaneous and cnlhusuib- tic gatherings of the people .it. then; tarn been to hear --Rb'oscvelt. "It is the and realise it 'I he} see, too, tlmt the oters oi Ohio iralucd it I think thit tie ucton in Ohio Ins won icn thousand lor Col RoosoM'lb :n New I here is nol ,1 doubf lift in mj mind about the ekction thief, whoever he niay he, will get all that is com to him in the punishment sooner than he icahzcs of be glided, piincipallv in the Duff addition and in >oith CONVENTION .POSTPONED Word lias been received'bv.the local Board of I radc tlmt to vari- ous causes, the convention of.. the Wcslcrn Canada Associated Boards of of iiadr wliKli to met 111 Moose MI June, has been poslr- ponctl until Septcmhei 17 and 18 Prosperous Communities Many Miles From Railfoad W A, Buchanan and S J Shepherd i etui ned late Thmsdaj evening; fiom a four s' campaigning toui thiongh the extieme Eastern) end oe Cardstou Leaving Milk River Mondaj thej held i splendid meeting in the afternoon at j the 2-15 school house P G Smith, of the lepresentative men of this fine district, presided and during the meet ing a quartette rendered the -campaign song Alomlav night a rousing was held at.Allersvile .Tacob Alleis one of. tho pioueeis of the conv munity, was in the chuir, and the school nas packed an attentive gatheiing of electors, Tlie e vett- ing Kippen school house, farther east, was crowded to heir tho speakers D D Kiopen, one of the lead tug men in this pi ogt cash e agi f dls met, presided Wednesday m spite of a very crowd aHended a meating-- in the Pi dine Rollnd school house, thirb- "flve miles east, of Warnier. Jlessrs Buchanan and Sneplienf paign Afr Shepherd covered the ad minlstratna record J govern- ment and explained tho features of the run] municipalities the i esult that a numhci of i ural municipalities are Iikolj to be in this section of the Qaidston riding Mi 'Buchanan explained the (tele nlione policies oC the Lib eral government Tie dealt the efforfb of the Torieh carr> these elections in oidei to try to of set the sentiment of the ttept in favor of Liberalism and its policy of largei markets snd A lower tariff TJveu declai fion made in favoi of recipio city was loudly applauded This, pirt of thf CaTdston constit uenci go strongly for Woolf, the Liberal candidate. Both Mr Buchanan anuVMi Shep- herd are loud in then piaisea pf this coi'iitij Thej SHV it Is one of the finest agricultural districts in the pro vince. U is settled, with a superior of bettiers Ix'o distnct in the south has HS manj sootl homes and buiMtngs Ne.irl, structuio lh pamlad and some of. tiip homes are as modem as one would evnec'L in a 01 All these feature's ate LAURIE LEFT CARDSTON HALL Campaign Songs Made Him Feel Rather Un- comfortable Cards ton, May, best and most enthusiastic political of the campaign was htld' here last evening. It was all and there is ,no question but that tli-e Liberarcandidate returned. The sentiment stionglj in his favor He has put up a vigorous campaign and has splendid impression Wherever ,her.has gone Last nights meeting ivas at- tended bj a ciovvd sufficient to fill the hall It was full of ginger from the start The glee club bang campaign feongs, and so ive were the local, hits Lauiie got up in the midst of one them and left the hall, ptefaclug the remainder ot his -newspaper port, no doubt, fiom his imagination Martin Woolf was the flTit'-apealcer.. intioduced by the chairman, Major Ilammei He made a jolvc of Dr. Stew art's map, shovs ing that Card ston district was getting three or four lines of laihv-Hj Dr Stewart was made to Icok v erj udiculous, and when the were asked to put up a man to plead their not a voice was raised J W Woolf, the late member, rot a rousing leceptiou, proving he is as populai as ever, piobablj more so owing to the attacks of the Con- servatives upon him He made telling speech The last and principal speaker ot, the evening Hon A G Macfca.v, Edmonton, captured the crowd at once He is the best speakei evei haard heie And he made manj foi the Liberal candidate b> hia force fuj arraJfiTement of the Tory cam paign, He defended- Hou -R Boi- den, declaring that an. the marter of giving Alberta its nat- ural resources; of the state- ments M Di Stpwart that Bor- cluavdld4n6t jnean yhat he said Mr Slack ,j made( reciprocity ari1 IHIM. Tho he said, thought the burners were, loyal though they die1 hus'iifas da> in and dav out nith the United States, but TV hen the farm- ers sold n bteei to the" United Statei, tne trie" loyalh tied to its'tail and went witn 'It The Conservatives were afraid of reciptocitj -did not it it usRedf because thev were ashdTned ot then attitude of last Sep- tombei when thej placed themselves at th'1 and call of: the m- Cardston in oider to let count liiiovv that reciprocity tnas shll n Ino iasup must vote for Ln'-erai candidate. TORIES AFRAID OF OPPOSITION spceche1- inrl io be found in a from tlnrtj tne oratois to flftv milos'from a railroad _Ram 'ell In this diitiiot 1} and Wednesday The he I) -11 row alters to tell lie ugreeil to .trll .ill.. That would rate Iavor leaders of prominence Miou.s in connection witli t.he WcNa- innid. plot to up the los is uhcrr tm comes Irs limr-. Mho is in Chicago on Ins Darron will cither be convicted 'or "I personally know that overtures confess inside of two nidi confpss a week ;