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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LOTH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD Sure! they wear them out fast, for boys will be boys But we have studied the question, madam, iind offer you shoes that aro stronlr.and well suited to Uie healthy "inks of your boy so far as wear is concerned. They are. neat and smart on his him that clean "young gentlumen" appear- ance that makes you proud of him. COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU A FEW OF OUR STYLES. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT Boy Scouts, Ahrens and Cote's FOOT TOGGERY Regular Friday and Saturday Specials in Millinery Very Stylish Well Trimmed Hats Pretty Barettes loc C. A. Cooksley Beside BenUey Co.'s Store Combs i INQUIRY WAS STARTED TODAY .British Investigation inti Titanic Lawyers. Ketained London. .May .Mersey, his capacity as wreck commissioner jnid five assessors, who will advise him in his nuoslioning of technicalit- ies of nautical affairs, ihis inornlii liehl tlin frst session tho Ifcsrd of 1'rado's inquiry Into Ibe loss'of tin White Star steamer Titanic. In point of Interest to the public and import- ance of its results on the concern- ing meroamiX.! marine, the investiga- tion promises to overshadow ail pre- vious tribunals of a similar character. From a series of questions which the Attorney-General announced wouM taken up, it became evident that j the Inquiry would cover practically the j same ground as the investigation of ill? American committee, but would be conducted uiore in accordance with procedure of n court of law. nml deal j definitely with stated cases. Eight questions. Sir liufus Daniel Isaacs said, would "relate to Ings 'hefore the casualty: six to warn- ings given to UK Titanic, and result ing in precautions taken; ten to tho casualty Itself, and consequent ents; one to equipment and construe ticn of the vessel, and last to rules of the Merchant Shipping Act. A twenty-foot model of the Tiiani carrying sixteen miniature life boats and a big chart of the North Atlantic, were prominently displayed before tho Thursday, May KING GEORGE TO REVIEW RIET Will Umpire Sham At- tack and Defense of. Jloine Coasts London, May King will be- gin a review of a fleet of 125 vessels iff 1'ortsmouth on Tuesday. He will three days on hoard a 'battle- and act as umpire in a slmm hat- le between the Blue and the lied leets, the former defending the coast. A novel feature of the review will a demonstration of the utility of eroplanes in naval warfare. Tire attleship Hibernla left Sheeruess t'o- with four aeroplanes. She has fitted with a special launching latform fixed forward and extending foremost gun turret to the the r Seed Potatoes Early Ohio's, specially picked, at per ton Tin lentley Co., iimitei investigators. In front of the plat form were seated one hundred mem- bers of the bar, representing various interests involved, and one hundred representatives of the cress. Sir Rufus announced, feelingly: "I desire, ,on behalf of the government express deepest sympathy for all hose v.-ho mourn the loss of loved ones among passengers, officers and crew of the ill-fated vessel. The acci- dent'exceeded in magnitude and har-! rowing Incidents any disaster in his- tory of the. mercantile marine. I can- not forbear nayintr tribute fry whose devotion to duty and herioc self-sacrifice maintained the best tra- ditions of the sea.: The system .consists of two guide alls, sloping downwards. Tho aero- plane Is mounted on a trolley, which slides down the rails under the force of gravity, and as the propeller sinf- nitaneously drives the machine for- ward only a short run is required to enable the aeroplane to rise in the air. sugary hearts of sweet corn, toast- ed crisp ind rolled thin as a wafer that's the dainty that delights theappetitel TO-DAY order THREE MEN KILLED St. John's, Quo... Hay men were killed outright, and a boy slightly injured yesterday afternoon, near St. John's, when a (rain, leaving St. Johns at IJ.OH, and due in Troy at 10.50, struck a wagon, containing two 'broth-, era named Fnyeite, a companion nam- ed .Marsh, and the boy. SHOT HIMSELF WITH REVOLVER The Secrat of Baking Good Broad Where Is probably no accomplishment that glories m more than ths ability te bake good Dread White Yeait Cakes always ensure a light, whQleio'me and delicious bread. Bold by groCjrs in Be packages of 6 enkwi. Send today for sample. White Spfces Cereals, 'Limited, Tor- pnlo, pat. .ITALY .LOSES A 1ATTLESHIP Constantinople, May despatch been received from Tunia, paying that, the IHltan iittlenhip, Re- VMberto, has heen drlvwi toy a storm the roohB, and aunlc at a point on CMst ooar Quara. SUPT. WILSON ON HUNTJFOR MEN Toronto, May Wilson, in command of the Lethbridge district o! the Northwest Mounted Police, Is in the city today after recruits. He says "I will take one hundred man from Toronto, if they'are of the right stamp, but I have been all over West- ern, Ontario in the pant three weeks and found 'men very acarco." WELL-KNOWN CARTOONIST DEAD York, Home.r Daven- port, the cartoonist, died today in this city of pneumonia Mr Davenpoit had been working on the Hearst news papers In Ibis city. He was 44 years of age. BANK MANAGER UNDER ARREST Cincinnati, Ohio, .Mav Gal- bnaith, president, of Na- nonal bank this arrest- ed here to.1ay. hy U- S; Marshall on a charge of misapplying the funds' nf the hank. The bank was recently di covered to be in an embarrassed coi dition and is nou being operated i, members of the Cincinnati clearin house association. BOY WHO DIDN'T WANT TO GO TO VANCOUVER TRAGEDY Vancouver, U.C., '.May Clarke, aged fourteen, and living with his parents at SSS Eighth avenue West committeed suicide this 'morning, pre- ferring death to school. lie objected so strongly to going to school that is mother had sent for his father to reason with him. He to.ld his mother hat he would take poison first. When iis father went into the room, the lad rhlpped out a revolver so quickly, that before he could be stopped, he shot liiinseu the temple, dying in- stantly. UNDERWOOD FARMERS' FAVORITE Atlanta, Ga., May counting of the ballots in the Democratic Pres- idential primary, yesterday, in which Oscar >V. Underwood, of Alabama proved to be a winner over Wood-row Wilson, showed thai. Underwood de veloped great strength in the country districts, while Wilson's hold seemed confined to the larger cities. PAID TRIBUTE TO BUTT Augusta, Ga., May Taft and the city of Augusta paid tri- bute ioday to Major Archibald Butt, :he president's personal aide, who v lost in the wreck of the Titanic! LE PAS WANTS A HOME MAN TO ADDRESS WORKINQMEN A, organizer for 'the Soc- ialists, will address, a mass meeting of working men of the city, in- the La- bor Temple .tomorrow ing at 8 o'clock. (Friday) even- Alberta Saddlery Co. Limited LETHBRIDGE Tents, Tent Cots and Awnings he good old niinmtr time li hand and old. Sol is making him- self more severe everyday. Whit' about tll.it awning you Intend- ed getting? Now Is'the time to'plau QUOTATIONS GIVEN ON APPLICATION Winnipeg, Man Maj J H Mason, an old-time Wmnipeger now resident of Le Pas, Is In the cit; on a deputation to interview Premie' Robiin on matters, political and oth concerning the-northern coun try, .Mi Hoblin is said to be the govern ment's choice for the new northern riding, whereas popular opinion seems to "be that rtlr P Hoss be the pro bable choice of a Consenathe con- vention. SIR THOMAS TAIT MAY GET JOB Toronto, May Thomas Tail, formerly with the Canadian Pacific, is prominently mentioned as succes- sor to the late C. .M. Hays, as prei dent of Hie Grand Trunk Hallway. CHARGED WITH UNDERWEIGHT liork, Maj eral Wickersham flled .suit here today uiiBt the Federal Sugar Refining Cc, for alleged to represent un- der- valuation of sn gar imports. District-Attorney Wise has ordered the issuance of the sum- mons against president and other the company. WANT ROBLIN TO INTERVENE May deputation of Canadian Northern employees waited on Premier Hoblln this afternoon to ask the of the .Manitoba government, to prevent American crews running trains north of the In- ternational boundary. LAWYERS FIGURE OUT TROUBLE DID.POLICE IN OFFICIATING AT LAND .RUSH There Is more Hum a, passing Inior- >st In tho.city over tho avowed Inten- tion or.I. Mitchell, of Calgary, and Al. nrycllu, of Moylc, H. C., to en- tor a protest with Hie department of fbe Interior over Ihe methods-puraiioil by tiro authorities of the cli.yti.r il.oi.h- bridge In allotlng positions ThHho line lit the land rush yesterday morning-, and it the case Is curried lo the courts tbe-re promisee to'be some legal tan- gles, which will attract Interest thro- ughout the length ami breadth of Ca- nada: So fur, illltehell has made no move, although It is underitood that he Is In j Calgary Cor tup getting le- gal advice before faking any action In the matter. J. ft. Palmer has also been retained by those con- victed by Justice of the Peace Bent- ley yesterday, afternoon. I There are two joints entering Into' the controversy, which have a bear- Ing on the case, and which will enter into the evidence-in case any action Is taken in the courts. It IB Said that Ihe regulations of the Dominion Lands offices stale that, tho agent in charge ct any laud lias no right o order any 'proBpoetive homesteader' off the spacefill .front of the land qW-' Ice during the last twenty-four hours. >efore land for which he is waiting Is brown open for entry. It would there- ore appear that Ihe police In using heir authority to order people off the passageway on Tuesday night wero ex- ceeding thoir legal powers. It is also stated that tho city acted wrongly in granting 'leases to its Bide- walks, as It did. Some of the losal authorities in the city claim that the city can .lease no part of its property without firat advertising the fact first for two weeks 'before any lease is executed. In case these two contentions are right, and It is claimed they are, there will be some very interesting cases should the deposed land-seekers de- cide to take up their cases in the courts. FOR MAKING SOAP FDR WASHING DISHES ron sorrow; FOR DSWFKTIW SINKS dOSETiDRAWSETt E-WGiLIiETTCaiitt TORONTO- ONT.' Long Service and Mtisfactfon are aMured i spoons and swvlnrj piocw. taring the trade nark This brand w known ai "Silver TlalftfuilWean" and IB marie in the adc of plate. Fanoits fur erfoycars for lu durability J and beauty. NOT THE CANADIAN BANK Winebago, Minn., May Ban of Commerce here was closed -by Ke sey Chase, State superintendent banks, yesterday noon, who Is exam Ining the 'books to determine whethe there is a shortage. FISHED OUT OF SEASON Selkirk, Man., May How ell. Dominion .Fisheries inspector fen- Manitoba, Saskatchewan and North west .Territories, seized over a ton ol out-of-season fish, following a con' signment to Winnipeg this morning and David Gold, a. Hebrew, pleaded guilty to trafficing in the contraband, and and costs. INERVA PURE PREPARED PAINT Look for Trade Maif whan you buy paint It mtant pimtmg.ai it should be- painting that will look the but arid wear the longest under ill and hard usage. t This Trade Mark is backed by ;6 years of world wide paint experi- the sign of ZEPPELIN CHALLENGES LERNER Berlin, Jlay Germania to- day prints the story that Count Z-eppe- lln, builder and operator of airships, some time ago challenged Theodore Lerner, who was secretary of the Zel- ephin Arctic expedition, to a duel, but that the matter has not been decided, depending upon the outcome sever- al lawsuits between the principals. PREMIER OF P. E. I TO QET. A SALARY Charlottetown; P. E. Ma? hill is now 'before the legislature to pay a salary to the premier. In the past there was no .salary for ti7-.i pre- mier, but usually lawyers held the position as .well as that of attorney- general with a salary of Fre miei Matlneson is alao attorney gen eial The total salary will now be about AVIATOR WAS HURT Germany, May Sommer, when testing a monoplane built by him, today tried1 to wliou landing; fell, and was dangerously Injured. _ A .WOMAN IN THE CASE Wlpnlpeg, May affinity, and not the Asslnlbolno river iii .flood, te now supposed to te acoantaole tor tie" dlsapearance of Gilbert Lacey, whose iiiitomb'blle.'.was found'liptiirnerl In river bn Monday 'iHOrnirig last. MAY DAY SPORTS ENJOYED AT FERNIE WILL SETTLE ANTHRACITE SCALE New York, May looking to a settlement of Dip anthra- cite .labor has caused a Buspenslon of work in that district for several be witlifactorlly conducted this afternoon, when tho full LOmmiasionH nf JJn Ited Mine Workers of America meet to consider tho formal agreement. Dial has been reached between sub-corn mittees both sides. That thle agreement will bo formally ratl- fled, ulth poesiblv one 01 Ivt Is u ooncUisbn. Perhaps the last job blistered, cracked or peeled-becauM the paint was not perfectly made Try Minerva Paint this time. The Perfect incorporation of the Minerva ingredients produces a paint with great covering capacity- while its elastic properties prevent peeling off, blistering or cracking, insuring lone life, thus putting off the necessity of repainting for "the longest timo-meaning economy to you. There 'i a Ptint, Eaimcl or Yam- L ish for every purpose. I bold by prominent (ienlere at ill pctnu in- cluding McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Limited Paints, Varnjihes, Etc. iPmCHIH, JOHN. I CO. I !C-.J.) LMu FOUR SEATS VACANT .IN FEDERAL HOUSE Ottawa, May 2 are nov, Icui vacantoseats in the Commons. Fol- lowing rtCtion of the trial judges yesterday in declaring the election in Richelieu county null and void, nnd represented by J.. A. The other three scats vacant are Koo- tenay, through the appointment of A. S. Gbodeve to the railway cbnimis Alacdonald of.'Manitoba'through the appointment of W. H. Staples to the grain commission, and South Sim- foe, through the elevation, of Hough-j ton Lennox to the bench. Jas. Simpson, of Toronto, Spoke and There Was Good Program (Special to the Herald) Fernie, May l.-The May day cele- bration anil spoits held litre today under the auspices Of the U. M: W. of L., was a most decided success, crowds from outside points came in by special uain one special rorrj Burmis and intermediate points, nought, m coaches loaded down uth The morning was threatening and I e rai loui rains had put the lotmr'i and streets in bad condition, t the sun and M intl soon made it o-.sit Ie go on with the program Ihe Ferine cih band was, aided the UellevuE band, and there was plenty of tbe best of bam! music Afttt the arrival of the special trains the crowd asbembleij at thi.' band stand and Mr. Jas. Simpson, of j Toronlo, representative ol Eastern Cnnad'an labor olgamzations and Clem ytulib'i, uce-prcsldcnl 01 Dis- lnct IS, spoke to tho crowds upon tile lahoi question Mr Stubbs, who spoke first could not continue his icmalks lo am leniftb owing to throat tlouble, but the joung oratur Toronto had After the noon hour the program of sports was started and was a lengthy, one. The Fernie Junior! Baseball tean< won the Prize over .their Michel com- petitors. In the boy's race Pasia took first and: N. Bidding second. J: Weaver, of Michel, won the veteran's prize IOB foot race given for members of Dis- trict 18 over IT old. J IJmjham won the mile race, and Walbrige of first, and Bennie Smith, of yernie, won second money in the high jump event. One of the exciting of afternoon was the motor-cycle race. Three entries were. made. Fazecola, H. Minton and ,J. Bingham, of Fernie. Pa7ecola, on his four-horse power I cycle was giving the other' two the lime of their lues to m sight. oi him until lie ian into a ob- struction near.the fence, which dis- mounted him and put him out ol tlio race. .Young -Minton and Bingham then had a warm time of it. Minton gained steadily on his opponent and was more than a lap ahead when his (ham broke He was game, though, and went at it with his pedals, win- n'ng ,i sale lead .it tho finish The Kind was most [aiorablr for shooting, and no good scoies trouble in making Inn" elf heaidi poisiblp under the conditions and ,n uealijis a The hoise lacing part of the pro- pi essiou upon his audience gram to come oft in'the evening ABUNDANCE OF SOFT, FLUFFY IIAIR AND NOT A PARTICLE OF DANDRUFF NEVER HEARD OF PRINCE'S TRIP Ottawa, 'May Government House there is no Knowledge of tho coming to Canada of Prince Arthur of Connaught, a statement which was made In a cable despatch from Lon- don yesterday. Nor Is there any knowledge at Government. House of the reported forthcoming trip of Prin- cess Patricia to the Old Country and Sweden. VAST HOTEL FOR LONDON London, May vast Lon- don hotel is being planned. .It Is to be called the Oreea Park, and Is Ing built on a scnlo of size and mag- nlflceiice hitherto unattempted In Great Britain. iET A.25 CENT BOTTLE OF DAN DERINE AND JUST TRY THIS HAIR AT ONCE. Danderine dissolves every particle of Dandruff like snow beneath the blazing cleanses, purifies and In- vigorates tho scalp; forever stopping Robing and.falling'hair Within ten minutes after an appli- cation of Oanderine ,y6u cannot find a single trace of Dandruff or n .loose or falling-hair and your scalp will not Itch, but whqt will please }ott most will be after a few. weeks' use, when you will actually-see now hair, fine and downy of really new aproullng all over the scalp. A "t'ls Danderuie will immediately double the beauty 01 your hair. No FALLING OUT dlfference how .tltiU, frlded, brittle and scraggy, just. moisten a cloth with Danderlno and1 carefully draw it through your 'hair, taking one small strand at a time: The effect Is amaz- hair will be fluffy and wavy, and have ,an- appearance of abundance, an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty shimmer of'true hair health. Get a 26 ccnf bottle, of Knowlton'n Danderinu from any drug store or toilet counter, and piovo to yourself your hair in as irotty and soft, as H has- Ijeon neglected or Injured by careless slirely .can: inve beautiful hair and lots of It if you will just .try a little Danderlnt. m ;