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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Superior BETWEEN FATHER AND SON A Spanish love'Ilrama develop- worked out In a thoroughly, logical and convincing manner.' PLEASE REMIT' A ivelcolns I'loaslng comedy with a fresh plot which is ,i over with pure fun. Tlio photography Is good'aud the ciiaracters aro clearly sol, forth. This is a. picture that will do credit to'any picture thealro A REFORMED SANTA CLAFS Tlie way to nmko tt Merr-v Xmns tor Ihoso loss fortunate than ourselves This is a I is lo lloln It merry for CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE" Athletes thls event and some of Drlta.ln's finest Look out for "THE TWO ORPHANS" Monday and Tuesday. Majestic Theatre W. B. S W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE 846. TO-MORROW, MAY 3 MR.' SANFORD D-ODGE And excellent company, in a magnificent production of "DAMON AND PYTHIAS" SEATS NOW ON SALE Special Prices 25c to Design of Ship 'Which Couldn't Sink (Continued from front The latter, which has tho ordinary double keel is divided Into a large number of water tight compartments, both lateral and longiludai. These, LAY SIEGE TO BANDITS LAIR PARIS POLICE WILL'ATTEMPT TO STARVE THE AUTO BANDITS OUT (0 tiio PC- Gamier .Valle, and sev- eral other members of the gang ot motor bandits have.taken refuge in a little pavilion not far from Paris on the eastern railway line. These survivors of the gang arc armed, it is slated, and have, In addition to Win- chester carbines aud Browning auto- nallc pistols, a stock of bombs. The residents of adjacent villas, the'paper been asked to move, and he authorities aro determined to cap- lure the 'banditg without loss of life to the police If possible, are preparing for a siege. The Petit Parlsien is generally well informed, but so far no confirmation of.this report is obtainable. In the past two days armed police in plain clothes have been despatched in motor cars to different parts of the oui lying suburbs. At Nancy the police yesterday arrested a carpenter named Kemmert and his wife, who harbored the'bandit Di-eudohne, as well as oth- er members of the gang, Including Bon neb. A search of the carpenter's lodg- ings brought to light'a number ot doc- uments., which the. police regard as the archives'of the gang. Not the ILegion of.Honor, as was at first reported, .but gold and silver med- als, have been awarded to persons who at the PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION ....OF.... loo, are without communicating siege of the -handits' garage on Sun- tloors, which in spite of elaborate day.4 Police'.Prefect .Leitenne conferr- ed a medal on Guychard, the head of the Paris'detective force, and his bro- ther, Paul police commis- sioner at the Central Market'. M. Guiehard pinned, a medal on the closing devices, the professor says, are always a danger. The water tight compartments are carried three full decks above the water line- In case of collision, the outer wall, or keel, may be. smashed and a few com- partments filled with water, hut the breast of Detective .Eugene Stantore, In the hospital, and afterwards decor- ated Detective Arloh; who was slightly Employment SEE Karris Olson If you require help .or if yon are look- work. BEGIN BLOCTK Phone 1412 Woolf, a Winner, is the Candidate pressure upon the outside walls ca not be transferred. Prof. Krctchmcr has designed ship of approximately the same siz and carrying capacity as 'the Maur tania, hut of only tons di! ____________________I placement compared with the Cunarc last September "would still prevail. In' ers and capable of severs the west the people realized more knots greater speed. Prof. Krelcl day than ever the need of the United) mcr was formerly chief ebnstructin States market, and they must have it (Continued from front page) VK A11U11, WJ1O inner ship will remain intact, as the wounded on: Sunday, with a similar medal. ,A gold medal was also awarded Lieut. G. Fontaine, the Republican Guard officer, who conducted the dy- namiting, operations "on Sunday. it the country was to continue to pros- per and develop. Iff. Buchanan engineer, of line German navy, understood that tho tetrahedral d erred to sdm aIW" ''e' SiB" has bccn tllc lates the. German armored cruiser and torne'd, Polmjtier Sisters Clever The concert, given in the Y. M. C. !A. last night under the auspices of the Westminster ..Guild; by the Polmatier Sisters attracted.a very large and well pleased audience despite the inclem- ency of the weather. The programme submitted was of a varied character consisting.of instrumental Quartettes, college songs, readings, violin duel cornet'solos, and', revealed'the com- pany as one well .able to furnish an evening of thorough enjoyment. ONTARIO WOMAN'S policy of the-provincial government, notably railway development, 'tele- phone., extensions, and the recent vic- tory in the courts'ot the Si'fton policy on the A. G. W. Among .those in attendance at the convention as delegates, were Br An- derson, Milk River; F. Leffingwell, Warner; Thos. S. .Low and D. Chris- tie, Ktoball; .Hark Spencer, Frank May, Jlayor Hammer, Prank Brown, M. Woolf, Hamon Woolf, D. H. Cald- weli, R. W. Reeder, .John Holmes, Hugh Brown and O. E. Bates, Card- ston; .Tas. E. Ellison, Aetna; Wm. pill- ig, Spring Coulee; Geo. Duce, Beaz- er; H. G. Foisom, Spring Hill; Prank Earl, Mountain View; R. 6. Smith and Adam Henry, Boundary .Creek, Wm. and Prank Leavitt; W G. Ainacough, Butte Lake; H. H. Han son and D. Rodehack, Waterton Lakes; D. Stoddard, Woolford; 'P. G Clark, P. H. Turner, J. J. Head, Geo lioats Big Increase in Wages (Continued from front page) Heathorshaw, and D. W, Bingham, Mn- grath; Le'hi Jensen, H. Jelliff, Ilaley, and Walter Phillips; .Me- Intyro ranch. Big Exhibit for Congress (Continued from front-page) Freed From That Weak, Lan- guid, Always Tired Feel- ing, by Lydia E. Pink- ham'i Compound. of the hoard of agriculture and tho fair asoclation. "We havo every in- dication of the most prosperoils year in tlie history of Kansas, and we have a vast number of very successful dry farmers, who aro experienced exhibi- tors, and who have already assured us that they will have some grand ex- hibits at our county and. State ;falrs. We plan to gather up these exhibits, Thessalon, cannot speak top and we should easily secure n full ear- highly of your medicine. When my ap- load, and possibly more, that will per- petite is poor and I mit IK to enter In the district classes have that weak, Ian- and a large number of Individual com- guid, always tired petitions at'the Wg exhibit at Leth- feeling, I get a hot- bridge." tie of Lydia E. Pink-; Secretary Burns leaves tomorrow VegoUb c ,OI. st.- ,j, 0 f Compound, and ,t with Governor llndley and officials of tive to :i Stale exhibit from Missouri. The Shtowager Auioiuatic Co., of j Chicago, are now adding the addition- al equipment to accommodate 5QC mcrro lines on the switchboard at the central station. A. F. Freda is in charge of the work, and as all the material fe on hand, they expect tp the extension about the middle of June. The extension is not being added any too soon. There are left only three positions -on the switchboard, while .many applications are being re- ceived every month for new installa- tions. Last year 300 new telephones were installed in the city, and at the present., rate of growth it is likely that the additional capacity used within the next twelve months There are practically one thousand lines working through the switches at central at the present time, the orlg inal capacity of the switchboard being one thousand connections. IS PERPLEXING THEpiTICIANS MASSACHUSETTS RESULTS PUTS ROOSEVELT-TAFT'BCRAP UP IN THE'iAIR Washington, 'liny of tho political headquarters, where both sides arc loudly proclaiming their satisfaction with the result of the Massachusetts primary, the general eolmg m Washington 'is that the vote State will only increase thejilt- erness of the fight, and make It cer- ain that there will be unparalleled cenes when the National convention lasts in Chicago on-June J8. The hope that Massachusetts would ettle tho question', .between Taft and .ooaevelt Ifas been blighted. iUnques- onablj, if the State''had gone for oosevelt, nothing could have stop; ed the Roosevelt band wagon, wliic larted in Illinois.- If tile State ha Barnet Refrigerator TO-MORROW We cordially invite all interested Jo come and see for yourselves. At 10 o'clock on Friday morning, we will nave a local doctor open re- frigerator, after it nas been closed 'for 24 hours. We will place in bin on Thursday morning, onions, fish, meat, cigars, matches and butter. ALL WE ASK IS YOUR PRESENCE Here Are a Few Local Their Opinion "C L AsquitK, Esq., T. B. J. D. Higinboth- am, Esq., J.Morgan, Esq., G. R. Tinning, Esq. Hayr Hdw. Go. stores me to perfect health again. It is traly a blessing to and I cannot highly enough of it I take pleas- ure in recommending it to others." Mrs. AVWE Thessalon, Ont. Women who-are suffering from those cistresaing- ills.peculiar to their sex PRINCE- .ALEX WILL BECOME AN AVIATOR Copenhagen, May Alex I of second sou of.Prince Waidemar, and a nephew of .Queen Al- C. P. R. INCREASING ROLLING STOCK .WILL SPEND TWENTY MILLIONS ON BOX CARS AND ENGINES TO HANDLE TRAFFIC Winnipeg, aiay year's appro prlation for Canadian Pacific rolling atock in Western Canada baa' boon in- creased from to The greater portion ot this money will he expended in the construction of I new 'box cars, 175 umv locomo- tives and a quantity of additional pas senger cars. All of this will -be put in service on western lines. v Prepara- tions aro being made to have this but owing to tiie magnitude of the order Ml Is understood that the com- pany is asking for lenders from out- sido points. gone for Taft, the progress of th band wagon, would have boon effect uallj checked. By splitting even, th Bay State has left the campaign uj in the air, and has made it necessar for the already bitter factional figh lo deepen m intensity and violence. Ohio would take Massachusetts place as a decisive State, if it were not for the fact that she will act late in the month. Ohio will express her choice on 21, and then there will; not be many important Stales on which her action haie a moral effect. The figbt now resolves itself apparently into a struggle first over; the contested seats and then over the nslristructed dele- gates: The Roosevelt men are busy trying to take an.iy from Taft tha: delegates favoiable lo him but not pledged to him Forseeing the probability that tho real fight might he! In the Na- tional committee that body baa ar- ranged lo meet in Chicago a week earlier than usual, so that It can hav two weeks, instead of one, to wrestl with the situation, Here it will meet on June 3, insteac of Juno 10. The personal figbt he tween Roosevelt and Taft is ferred to Maryland! which will act o 'Monday. Georgia will come first, bu the real 'battle is in the northerly States, and on Saturday Roosevelt am Taft wilfrclash again in Baltimore. I Maryland on which the eyes of toll factions are now fixed. RAYMOND BOYS CAUGHT BY DAD Kalispell, Montana, May Ray and Lomontl Carter, IB and S years' olil respectively, were appro- ended here this: morning by the fa- cxandra, niade n trip yesterday as a 0KA passenger in an aeroplane. The Prince should not lose sight of-these; fact, or who is officer in the Danish nav doubt the ability of LydiaRPinkham's exf.-emely fond of aviation Compound to restore their-flrat VOJ.ago was Ther, are probably theu-! -to the sands, perh.p, millions of women in the f. United States who-have been benefited U 's '.lle by famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and-herbs over 30 ago by a woman to relieve wo- man's iu fitting, if juuHt sick and need a medicine, why don'l'you try it? If waul ipteM write to E, 1'lnkhr.m Meiticinc Co. (confl- lynn, JTass. Vonr letter will read aid smworcd lij a held in strict conlldcgce. an aviator. He will shortly begin cpurae of training. RAILWAYS CLIMB DOWN Toronto, Jlay special circular has lieen issued hy the eastern rail- ways passenger departments extend- ing their reduced rate to un- til .Juno 30. This means lo all points In Lhe wast. WILL EXTEND THE COMPENSATION LAWS SI. Petersburg, .May the Duma yesterday, the government announced that it had tlecided to Institute a searching and impartial investigalion Into the Lena Gold fields affair. A commission will >be despatched to the scene of the trouble as aoon as ble for that purpose. The government further announced that It would gladly accede to the Du- ma's wish, and prepare .1 bin for the regulation of conditions, the hours of tihot, and ilic bousing of the employes i gold and platinum fields, and tht) exlenuion to Siberia of a law roncernliiR workman's sickness- and accident her ol the Knight boy, who -has ied the runaway youths from their1 home in Raymond, Alberta, since Ap- SIX THOUSAND TAILORS STRIKE PEOPLE IN OLD LUNNON WIL HAVE fO WEAR'-LAST YEAR'S CLOTHES London, May first day o May arrhed in a glorious burst o sunshine, which caused a general ruai 'or new spring suits, but the tailor, lave been seized-with-the May Dai strike fever, and at the present mo- ment, it seems unlikely-that a single suit or costume: Viir be JJiade' for veeksito'come. Londoners, therefore ro faced with the, prospect: of wear- ng their winter or last year's gar- ments, however sun may shine. Six thousand tailors, men and wo men, who make the. clothes for the Are you one of th6se to whom every mea! is another source of suffering Dyipeptia Tablets will help your disordered stonnch lo digest .any reasonable .meal's, and will soon restore It to such perfect .con- dition that you'll never feel that you have a stomach. Take one after each meal. 50c. a Box at your Druggist's. Made by the National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada Limited. ,so west-end tailoring: firms, struck yes- lerday, to enforce demands framed uy (he London, society of taiiora and tail- eil 10. The boys arrived last night oresses. They left unfinished iu the and registered at the Dillon hotel, j costumes. The. .principal'.firms are They were preparing to leave for a in the rush and the strike came at the worst po-asibl i moment for them, Throughout (Ii day strike pickets :were on dutyrnea. the doors of the leading tailors in Bond street, Saville Condui street, and other west end thorough fates, whero fashionable tailors, con grogate. Each shop had. its bands o ready to turn back tailors, willing to work. Half the strikers are they shared with the men. The Lon'don Master Tailors' Asso ranch when overtaken. Horses and saddles which the lads took wlirn they departed arc thought to have been, disposed of in Clltbahk. BOATS COLLIDE OFFSP1THEAD the in u'cck, London, May. licitish bat- llcship, Empress of Intl.ia, was .in collision with a German sailing sil early to9.iy- at Spithcad. battleship received a gaping hole iicr side ami stove flic main ik-.., while the merchantman'lost her head gear ami maimnasl. The Empress ol India was in mid-channel in low of I lie cruiser Warrior at the time of the crash. Ii is kept in special reserve for emergency use. It has a displace- ment of about tons. elation met in the afternoon. The extent to which.: the tradg is affected is indicated hy the fact t-iat over sixty flrmn were represented. The masters unanimously decided to rcfuye the strikers' and pass eii resolutions agreeing not to employ any hands who would not accept work under the existing wages. OLD BELLEVILLE CITIZEN DEAD Belleville, May N. Lailcr, one-lime prominent furrier, tiled. here in his 63rd year. 'OVERCOME BY BANANA OIL Montreal, May a result of fire which .broke out in the Canada Bronze Powder Works as situated on Busby today, jeven rtre fighters were overcome by notioui fumes from banana oil used In the n.anufac- ture of powder. So deadly Wo the fumes that all of the firemenlhad to be taken to the hwpital (or, treat- ment. Chief Mann, who was in charge' md Captain Carson, were among those overcome and they'had to bs larrietl from the burning .building, i When in Lethbridge Stay at the Hotel' Alexandra W. J. Stokei Proprietor J. H. j Manager, Strictly European up Telephones in every Eoom Individual Bath Eoqms Commercial sftmplc Kooms Kirsfc, Class Cafe in Connection Auto Bus all grains Business men's lun- cheon it specialty, 12 to ;