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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Alberta. Saturday, Septemb WOODR0W WILSON IS PROVING GOOD MIXER Seems to Enjoy Jollying and Familiar Greetings of Crowds IT'S UP TO LETHBRIDGE Bridgeport, Conn., .Sept. ernor Woodrmv Wilson said last night he felt as if he had arrived. lie finished a three days' trip through the New Kngland states and in scores of places where he stopped the people' called him and "Olil enough times to make him feel intimatr. with flic crowds that greeted him. it was at Willimaiitio that an over-, Blled workman, spying; the Governor j on the rear end of the car cried out Woody, old boy." "1 like smiled the nominee us he stepped down and shook hands. Throughout the day as (he nominee journeyed from Boston, people crowd- ed the stations, cheering and clamor-j ing for buttons. The Governor had! passed through Hartford three limci1 hut found another crowd there eacl time. When the Governor readied hury, o mass of people surrounded his f u. t Governor, this is siiouted a voice. I know it, I've wound my he answered and the crowd laughed. Absentee Dosses Aii Willimantio the Governor made a brief speech. "As I stop in this t ii ticular he said, "I can- not but think of tho absentee land- lords who own the thread industry and do not live here, because, o! lourse, one of the difficulties of our political status in the United States is that the people that run W. don't have anything to do with us fcnd stand off at a distance and find it very difficult indeed to judge of Itlie actual conditions." Governor Wilson found an enthusi- astic crowd at Bridgeport. His speech loudly, applauded. He told his au- BiLnce that he haci been working hard, sneaking to thousands and thousands of people a week and believed that political meetings were changing in chincter with such great crowds." Tou'ro all right, shouted a TOI e, and the Governor joined in the laughter. The Governor attacked the "money saying This money trust congress has be- gun an investigation into what is no tin th, no imaginary thing. 11 lias the As the time draws near for tho opening of tho Dry-Farm- Ing Congress and lOxposilion, tho matter of accommodation for the visitors becomes nioro and more important. There is no doubt that the congress will attract the largest crowd ever gathered in this city. Every- tiling poinls that way, the ac- tivity of tiie various provincial and state governments in the matter of exhibits, ensuring a large attendance from many states. The people of U'tll- bridge, who have acconimoda- tion to spare, have' come nobly promised to care for over SOO people. But tiiere is need for more. No one should hesitate in this matter, and if the ac- eommodatlon committee can find accommodation for at least two thousand, they will feel less anxious when the vlsl- tbrsjiegin to pour in. Send in to A. H. McKeo'wn, Fifth street South, your name and address, giving also the number of rooms you. L-HII place at the dia- posal of the Congress, and your co-operafiou will bo much ap- predated. v v CONSECRATED NEW MASONIC LODGE DIAMOND CITY NO. G5 IS LATSST ADDED TO ROSTER IN THE PROVINCE number, of city members of the Masonic order journeyed to Diamond 'Jlty last night to assist In ceremonies attendant upon the consecration of City Lodge No. Ki. The ceremony was In charge of the most vorthy Grand -Master of the Grand .odge of Alberta, Robert Patterson. M. P. P., Macleod, assisted by Mi larry Driggs, of Grassy Lake, District Deputy Grand 'Master of District No 2., and members of Lethbrldge lodges. The officers of the now lodge include Scott, WJI.; Mr. Kandall. S.W.; -Mr. Lawtoii, Sir. Gordon, S.D.; A. Scott, J.D.; Mr. Watson, sec- retary and Messrs Pearson and Young Stewards. After the ceremonies the brethren were entertained at an elaborate lun- cheon served by the Diamond City Hotel, followed by speeches by Grand Master, Mr. Patterson, Dr. Stewart, M.P.P., 11. Fleenvood, .Mr. Hardie, Mr Allan, Air. Hoyt and others. It was all over ill time to permit of the visit ors taking the midnight train home Among the Lethbridge delegation were 3r. Stewart, M.P.P., Aid. Adams, H. Fleetwood, X. T. Macleod, B. B. Hoyt, r. S. Petteriey, W. D. L. Hardie, H. W. Meech. W. Scott and E. O.xland. OATH OF THE COVENANT TAKEN BY MEN OF ULSTER CABINET TO GET BUSY SIR EDWARD CARSON Uncrowned King of the Protestant People in Ulster Ottawa, Sept, Monday morning, a scries of Cabinet meetings of more tlmn ordinary importance will, it is expected, be held. Tho final information from tho British Admiralty, upon which the gov- eminent has been waiting, is beginning to arrive, and It is expected will be here in full form next week. t; P'edgecl to Use any Means Necessary to Defeat' Conspiracy to Foist Home Rule on Impressive Religious Service Belfast, Sept. Edward Car-. ing in the meeting, as two hundred son today wrote his name as the first stalwart members of the Unionist .SOME MONEY Winnipeg, Sept. of an increase in net revenue in August over the preceding month is shown by be first monthly report of condeus-ed earnings oi the Manitoba government c-lcphones. HOPEFUL OF GETTING SUMMER PASTURAGE REFLATED WEALTH OF TABER DISTRICT Was Great in all Departments at the Fair WILL TIE UP THE WORK Regina, .Sept. Meihodis Church will not he re-built this year Owing to the strike, it has been decii cd to put a roof over the prison structure, ami tie up the work. Th Methodist College, which received on ly layers of brick, will also b tied un. The effect of the bricklayers strike is to completely tie up building 'u Regum, Sheepmen Think Govern merit will Comply With -Their Wishes believe that we will be suecessfu iu inducing the government to nr range for sunlmer pasture tor sheen in the mountains and snid President 'Harvey, tile Southern Al herta Wool Growers association la evening, "and it we are, it will mean all the difference in the world to that industry in this part of the coun- "I am glad to see the Lelhbridge er of life and death, economically Board of Trade taking the mat ler up, spilling. I have seen men crushed bv >s .President 0. H. Snow of the l! ;nn to tho fore with his .Icrscys. i o beef cattR-, first were taken by: of informed the Herald lepu-j T. B. Hull and P. Winchester. j sent.itivc that lie would act, at once, i Sheep i i-ei every man, woman und child in J. n. Hirle carried off all the priz-i Raymond enlist their means and en-; os. The exhibits were practically lini liod to thoso Khown by him. Norman Bros, took first for n long wool owe and a pair of lambs. (.I'ontinucd on v with Hint of UK; Hoard of Trade l nnd Raymond has yet n chance of, faking IHT place proudly and honor-1 ably in tlic front ranks of prosperous Alberta towns. Grassy Lake, 1J8. At C-nissy Lake, ilier-o haw not been a car available since last Friday. Uji lo then six 10 ten cars a dny were loadt-d, al- though threshing had only started. Tt.-day, if lifty cars were offered, they would Ins snapped up like hot oaken by the Isinners, who are ready to Inad from one to ilireo ears each, and lhe elevators that will be filled to the rtiof in a day or two. J cleaning house, account paid To paid stationery To paid typewriting To paid electricity c (n) 40 il.on Total .............................5151.75 H is further allcceJ that tl-e plain- tiff became respan.sii.'If as- ujrptit of the defendant for a furl her sum money aniouiiiini; to made up as follows t Kent of I'oininiitrt' room Signs......... 7.00 Total pavmeiit of the sum of ami iiitoresi ilieroon fr'orn Soplember 21, I'm, in date of payment of judg- ment. PIT Day Penalties In tin; second action, Mr. Ovans eitt'S tho candidature of the defendant ind complains as follows (Continued on page ;