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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta lie Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lelhbrldjfe. Alberta. Monday. May Number 124 CHARLES U HAYS' BODY ON WAY TO MONTREAL Minia Peached Halifax Today With Number of the Titanic Victims Halifax, X H., May The table ship Mima, iclievcd Hie Jlac- Kav-lipnnctl in the woik of spaichiiiR for the .dead, returned to port Ibis inoinmg, its (lags :it halt mast THo Jlini.i met mui-h dining her tup aVi Uie bod- ies found uidch scattered The List pirkrd up being U miles .ipart. The Mima mini exerv pass- ing .steamer niquiiiHg foi bodies (Among the bodies brought ashoie thai of C'llas M llayi., prcsi- ilcrit' of 'Hie VGrand Trunk railroad. Officials of the milioad weic looking out for ihe Jjody. and .it was token lo Ills home on j special Uain. 'icsteid.u l.eliiK Sunday few wen-' made aware of the fact that hearses, vere ak.lhe pier readv lo take the tofluii awa; v bile C! T R officials, auaiting the arruai of Mr. body. The White Star olhcials OTTAWA COLLEGE .QUARANTINED Ottawa, Out., May College was'lilacefi'under .q'Jar- ujitine this, owing to vthc existence of a case of small; 1.- among the students in one of the dormitories. i> The cjuarantine covers about "V 100 students and'60 Oblate Fa- there, ,to6olber with several ff others engaged in various cap- acities throughout the Institu- tion. NEW AIRSHIP FOR GERMANY MONSTER MILITARY AIRSHIP OF .ZEPf ELIN TVPE IS NEARING COMPLETION- Berlin, Mav fi new military Zeppelin auship is fast approaching SAILOR REVIEWS FLEET George V. Takes Com- mand of US Vessels Which Started Today London, May li tJcorge took command ol the fleet at .today, the sailor Monarclriiraking tile Neptune Ins flagship. Although there is considerable interest in the fleet's evolutions and the sham battles, the committee oi experts with hydro-, aeroplanes ,irc monopolizing the most 1 attention. The olliciirs selected Commanders Sampson and Oerrard and Lieut Grej and Greft- on. The first and last named will ex- periment with the hydro-aeroplanes Tile naval airmen are particularly KING JUDGE MABEE PRICELESS ART CARBUTT HAS PASSED AWAY Head of Railway Com- mission Died in Tor- onto Today SOLD TO ALIENS in Engliind Againsf Foreign Men Buying1 Pictures .London, May King. George Is said to he _ln hearty sympathy with the Idea suggested by .Mr. Asqultli, at the dinnoi- of the ilojal Academv for Toronto, "May: Ma- bee took a bad turn at-1.30 o'- clock, ME heart's strength hav- combination of prhate generosity and collapwd, and he pawed government afd to prevent great .j, paintings leaving England Tho pur- te chase hy Mr. H C. Fnclt, of the Earl Favernham's Rembrandt, following mg away at 3.1 S this afternoon. He wai eonseloui till the last, and son and daughter interested in .in .itlcu.nt to peilcct and a few newspaper men wcie on the the work ot lilling its baUoncltcs will coinmunication between [lianus and uarships 'and between the iicrophines and the shore. The greal difficulty, .acconling to the pilots the noise made h> the ii.olois, while veniber 5; i859, and is the son of SI- the machines are in flight hut sound Watt'Mabee and Fannie Leaton. rompiption at Friedriehshafen, and proof hBlmetb to he worn by the married Miss Alary Tborold, of w' ed ls var __ _ ____ ________ ________ oeusrde till the'end. tne low ot "T1'e has inspired some newspapers to adiocate the for- mation ot an organisation lo keep mas lei-pieces in England. Others endorse the suggestion of Sir Edward Poynton, president of c the Royal Academy, that a itw bo passed making It obligatory on the owners ofr-great paintings and masterpieces of statuary to gho the Sketch.of Mr. Mabec Hon. Blames Pitt Mahee, K.C, has been chief-of the Board of Railway Commiisioners for Canada since' Nation an option on these treasures '6 March, 3908, he succeeded the before they dispose of them to for- late Chiel Commissioner Killam. He! purchasers Diacuasing the burn- waa born in Port Rowan. Ont, on No-'mg question, the Morning as tho bodies wcie brought asiiore and'quickly icmovecl to lh[ morgue while Mr. nays' body laken to the to he fiu.- iiier prepaied bpiore being sent to Montreal. The bbdy had been em halmed on hoard the ship, and it! juried condition. His, was the flrsi boily found when "1 arrived on the scene where 1 lie Titanic down. Thursdai night Dean N Wani liam of HI George's church held n iLtmorial he said tn- day was a ijiost imniebsive witii the men ot the gatheicd cfti ihtj tieck with Iieads bowed joining in the service and on a beautiful night just such as the giant steam) ir her doom, so thai, the whoille s-cne was vividly iccalled. The nci .1 morning they began the search and i it tj o'clock they discovered a body a life presetver floating in the di K- (aoce. They steamed towards bodv, a boat Wtis promptly lowci rd and the remains quicklv seemed J nd which pioveil to bo tnat of Mr Nearly all tiic bodies recovered wisrc w ithoui bruises ami looked .is t'loij gli they diqd peacefullj. were in jmed about the eye while one nf these uccnered. had lost a leg, Evi- dently being jammed by tiie ice T no liremen, whom it was iclEntifj weie hiuied .it sea. -V pathetic incident in connec? fcion with one of these was that lit had in his possession a sheet of Clinst- mas carol of St Patuck's church, Hally Machnrrelt, Ireland, and ijlr Cnnningham mil the i cler- gyman of that parish, as it ir light liad to' identification Mi Cunning- ham said that nearly all the jieusiied from the cold temper ature rathei than from droivning. lit said one thing was impressed on them pailicularly hy'their cYjicricnci that it was most unforlunato that, the half loaded boats did not leluxn to Oie wreck and that steamers which weie in the vicinity did not make further as there seemed to bo no doubt some would have ha en sav- ed He paid a tribute to the men of, 1lic .Minia. It was observed (.'torn the' thai the sea ivas very hr'nivy and they steamed around the plaicic sevei- be begun in a day or two. This will make ihc second perfected iZcppelin. in miliUu service, and "the third has been ordered The war depaitmcnt possess also .1 Zeppelin of an older trpe, but it R urtualiv so. The new airship is ex- pected at least to equal and possib- ly surpass her sister airship in speed The specifications call for a speed of about 38 miles an hour, but this will undoubtedly be greatly exceeded and will probably reach '18 miles, the re- Port Rowan, who died last vear. He lending wireless operators nuy solve the problem special wireless telegraph station has one son and one daughter. His earlier .'education was received "Mr. Asquitli' discarded the that tho exportation of master- pieces "very just- ly holding that the British taxpayer could not be expected to enter into cord of 1m is known. as the' cviating Kcppe- TO SUPPORT PREMIER GOUIN, The Dominion Alliance will supper! Gouin la the Quebec elec- tions. in' his native town, and In the High unlimited competition with the mil- has been erected at Lootlmoor I school of that plaice. Later he attend-, honalres of the norld" The fleet, which will be rouonrd ed Twonio-iniversity After gradual-1 The Standard says. "It is those who Commander Sampson cainccl Miss "0J justice for Ontario, they are besieged" Callaghan, the daughter of tlie Ad-. Bench division, on November, The Dails News. "The time has miral Commanding the. fleet, as a 21 J905 Then in .March, 1908, he re- come for the State to take a careful passenger in a In-plane for'a ce'ived his appointment of chief of tbe -inventory of art treasures in private Lht The michinc on Railway Commission. He was an un- hands, and to establish the priority ol lllgnt 1 lie machine on the J Liberal -candidate for the its title to purchase them for the na- gulf was headed straight' across the Tlie In-plane flew at something under feel, and when brought i." Wai House of Commons in North Perth, of the Grand P j u to earth atler 3 the Trunli, one of 1he brat knoun rail-, bluejackets cficeicd 'lliu pl'tickV girl, in Canada) said oE Mr. Mabee but no one recoRiiizcd her as the ad- after' be had started as cbair- miral's daugliter. COST IN HUMAN LIFE NOT YET ESTIMATED Fears that Mississippi Floods arc Cause "of Many Brownings New Roads, La.. May ref- ugees reaching here early today, de- clare there has beel, a loss of life in the State of Louisiana, inundated by Mississippi, River, which rushed through the bleach in the levee at Ton as. Motor bo.Ufe, sent to'take nu melons persons from floating house- UNPRECEDENTED DROUTH BROKEN HEAVY RAIN IN ENGLAND BRINGS JOY TO FARMER AND GARD- ENER London, May b the lirst lime in Londoners cnjojcd Sat- a real continuous shower, and tops arrived too late' The losses can ]s the pioniM ot moire not be determined Families are scp- aratcd, and many persons are repoit- ed "missing." rain (o come Tho Incak in the wea- ther was greeted with a general cliccr laige numbers of ret- 0; thsnksgn ii.g by market gardeners, al times, hut they failed 'lo locate any others. _ _ I The bodies were found mrjcs flora the scene of the and so scattcied after, the first day's search the remains'were picked up Ironi thir- ty to sixty milos apart. ugpfg claim Ihey seen entire families swept from housetops. Leaders of rescue corps admit lha't eral times they baA e sent motor lionls to points where families had laky en refuge on tbe roof of a house, and that when the boat arrived, the crew found only Ihe building, bnffetted ab- out by currents, its roof's surface submerged Appeals for help i reached here last night from Letts- wortn, directly In the path of the tor- rent Half a hundred people were re- farmers and otheis- most seriously af- fected hy tbe unseasonable drouth. Although the lain interfered some- what, with the week end Irips of holi- day markers and spoiled outdoor pas- times, nobody is complaining because for the fust time in thiitj-seven days tl.c sun was invisible All records were bioken bv tbe present drouth.1 The Greenwich records lor tho past jcars'fail lo show any month SWEARING IN CABINET OlDN'T TAKE PLACE UNTIL 8 P.M. OWING TO LATE ARRIVAL OF TRAINS i Edmonton, Mar 6.-pThe swearing; In of the new Cabinet took place at i o'clock on Saturday riicht, instead of earlier in the day, alv eipgeted. delay wan due to the Inability of bers to reach Jiere o-jrller. The port- were' asslgu-sM as announced, fllat Mr. SU'ton re- gains Railways and '.Telephones, ami Mr. Mitchell bfcomes Minuter of rulilic allowed in J20.000. The "of with so little ram as the past April, charge brought against him Count drownins The house in which they The barometer fell on Saturday and] Guy do Forse, of Paris, of comertins the Railway Commission, the -he wns "a happv find The Toronto News, a Conservative pa'per, has jald this tribute to him- '.'Ha'yiis common sense, ability, integ- rity, courage and industry." tion if they come into the marxet" Th3 Standard finally suggests that tbe formation of commission of arl to' purchase tor tbe nation pictures for thousands of pounds now that will be worth millions m to come. L WILL BUILD A HANDSOME BLOCK HERE MR. BARKER IS RETURNING OFFICER Cardston, May The .of (I- cial. announcement of ths date, of the bye-election has caused a, flutter in the political ;doye- cotes, and there u ill be an act ivo campaign from this on. Mr B. N. BarKer. of this town, will be retuTning officer. WOMEN ENTER FRENCITPOLITICS SUFFRAGISTS HAD, PRELIMINARY SCAMPER IN THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS YESTERDAY. Paris, May municipal elec- tions, which held throughout ncfe today, were interesting only in 'Paris, and there because the >uf- frtgette had her fmt appeftrnnce in French politics. Two" women ran for office, but thej. support they received wae not very great. One of them wan Madame Pelletier, the noted suffra- gette, who polled Its votes against li- 860 cast for'her male opponent It might be remembered, however, that everyone who voted for Madame Pel- etier knew thatjthe votejwasjvasted, election" of a woman to the office Ti'ouUl have seen invalid. The other candidate Miss Renaud She received 463 votes, as against cast for her male opponent. MANY WANT THE ,-IOB Prmce Albert, Sask me hundred educationalists are loufi to secure the position of superin- :endent of schools in'Prince'Albert, according to the- for "that for that- purpose. To be on 3rd Avcriae at House Business College Announcement has just been madri o[ another big block to be erected in, Lethbridge this year., The Gatbutt Business, College, whirh F Garhutt, Calgaiy, is manager, viH, erect JL new home on llth St i jusli south of Third Ave at, a cost m tin! neighborhood of The build ing lull be a four-storey brick, with; foundations which will carry two ad- ditional For several years Mr. Garbult liaj been making freifuent business trips to Lethbridgc, anil it was well knowa he was uonsideiing Ihe advisabil- ity of erecting a laige block here, and that he had his eye on a line inslds corner as. a site. However, being un- able to secure the location he desir- ed, jie bought lot 12 and one-half lot 13 in blocl' 37' some three ago, and just today made the definite announcement that he would build this jea1. When completed the block will" hi one 01 the largest and ,fii.cst m iUe citv, and be a credit to this in- ititution ot technical education which, has become one of the, fixtures, 'ot Xethbridge In an_ The colfege lias built up a large busir but increasing demands for bet- ter accommodation was1 responsibly toi this decision. v _? The building, which will have ,a> ground floor space of_3' feet by IDf) 'eel, will be of brick and will pre-- sent a very handsome external an- ground floor nill' fiv a class room, and will.beflj" :cd with thciVcry latest appliances position considered by School' Board. CITY MULCTED FOR AND COSTS Juitice Stusrt ha. io-diy handed down his decision in the cate of Jot. Davidson against the City of Leth- bridge, jiving plaintiff the sum of cosu. It will he remember- ed that this was an action whereby plaintiff sued the City for some in heu of damage done to his property by flooding through alleged ,negll gence of defendants. The plilntit rested his caie upon the ground of negligence on the City's part in con structlng the sewer, such negligence consliting of leaving the earth in such a loose condition as to allow the water to percolate into the cellar. The case came up m the Supreme Court re- cently before Justice Stuart and at- tracted much attention locally. Pal- mer Lewis represented the plain- tiff and W. S. Ball appeared for the city.. FELIX M'HUGH WESTERN CANADA PIONEER DEAD A Well-Known Calgary .Man Passes Away Aged 61 Years Calgary, Tlie death of Felix WAS PROSPECTUS- MISLEADING? Englehart Ont, May Par- of New Liskcard, president of tha Big Pete mine, and owner of leal es- tate in Charlton and New Llskeard, was committed for trial by Magistrate Atkinson, on a charge of issuing what Is alleged to be a talse orofpectus had taken shelter had been dislodged there came .1 good lain. to his own use was dismissed. from its foundation, and was being tossed about in tlie "current. There are at least' one thousand persons who remain to be rescued from the inundated country west of LettsKorth and' of them are drifting about on hastily, con- structed rafts. water Is spiceding at_ a rapid late, inundating sections at the point of Coupee'parish, which never belore been reach- ed bv overflows. Town after town is being swept bj the' muddy waten. Tbe last of the special tialna which have been bringing refugees out of the country around natchellor arrived here last night. TWO BAD BOYS SENTENCED Fornle, May Thompson sentenced the 'two boys .who' had been busy of. late with giving false" fire Hi- Arms, pilfering, etc., to years' piece in the reformatory, ..Thin is the minimum term for bo} 8 on charges of theft, TURNING OVER THE SOD McHugh occurred at the Holy Cross Hospital, on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. The cause of death was a complication of diseases, which start- ed wifh rheumatism He retained con- sciousness (o within a few minutes of death, and faced the grim monster with fortitude and iaith. The Mr. McHugh was in his CJst year Tie was born in 'the city of Ot- tawa, on July S, 3S51, and was conse- quently neaiing his sixty-first hirth- He was> of Irish descent, his father coming from Bvtown, which Is now Ottawa, and the capital of the Do minion, in the early part of the last century In 18KJJ, in the urime of his man- hood, Felix McHugh the line of the West, and to a nun of his tem- perament and desire for adventure, it offered at that time the call which was irresistible. He came bj way of Chicago and Bm- and over the C P. R to Swift Cxmeut, about 100 miles east of Gal gary. He had with him horses and (Continued on pigs 5} RETURNING FOR OFFICER CLARE3HOLM ClareshblnvMay call ing of McKenzie to Cabinet honorst has t given his frfemls hero great satis- faction.. He hag done much for this town, and there, is a dispo- sition on the part of many, ir- leape'ctlve of nolitics, to cate 'an acclama- tion. H is argticd that the General Election 13 not more Ploughing Scene in the'Vicinity of Lethbridae than a jenr or sixteen months off, and it, would "bo.better give tne minister easy nonors now, and cpnsorve resources for a big fight when the genet- al contest is callod. Mr. Dave Ross, of Monarch, h.ij been appointed returning officer for tbe bye-election FISCAL POLICY GIVEN BLAME LONDON PAPER SAYS FREE TRADE IS DEPLETING SCOT- LAND'S POPULATION, London, May thousand more Scotch immigrants, chiefly the agri cultural class, left Glasgow today for Canada land the; United "States The Evening News is much alarmec over this further depletion of Scot- land's population, and snys that it has a deeper signficance than appears on It remarks: "This migration of tho best of Scot- land's manhood andMvonunJtood has been going on for oianyT On- ly last week three thousand 'immi- grants sailed for America. In four months last year, vigorous young Scots left their, native land for ths new "KOild. "As long ago as last'May, Scotch census figures showed .thai the popu- lation had increased by only a nomin- al figure, and only the .town'popula- tion had grown, country districts be ing depopulated "The land owners are rblamed in some tiuarters, but the cause appears to be deeper than that, and is a test- imonial to free trade." paid to lighting anil. _ Tha school room. Mher Public btifn-tM m oak, and i tention will be paid to ventilation. The three upper storeys will be ted up in modern apartments housekeeping flats for which there 13 a brisk- dcnoind this summer. r The1 proxiniityjof the CPU.-, Ire of the'business section of will assure the builders thatt thero'( will always be-a keen apartment1? l n> J It is" undeistooJ that the plans and specifications have aliedclr been pared, but work >-ifl not be "m until July 1. it is the" 'in- tention to rush, -the work, so that the building will he completed and ieadv for occupation by the ot r tbe year.' LITTLE CHILD TOOK DOSE POISON hampioni May dtath took place here on Thursday last of in- fant daught4r of D. K. Shilling, undtr ud tireumtUnctti A week ago the little got hold of aome formaldchydt, whlph htr fatlur was uilnj in wheat wltl., and drank It. A hard fight WH made for three or four daya to aave her life, but on Thuraday (he died from at- phyxiatlon.. InUrmcnt made here on Saturday WILL OFFER FOOR OR FIVE TROPHIES TABER BOARD OF TRADE-TO ENv COURAGE COMPETlVlON THE BIG 'r Taber, regutar monili- ly meeting of the Board of Trade wa.r held in the board room Jaat large number being" prewnt, v It vWts' decided to offer four for com- petition at the International Dry-Fir- raing Congress. Tbe trophies will be offered for the besl ten eari of low Dent'corn, the best tea ears 'of Milo Maise, the best six stalks ot Yel-- low Dent corn, and water- melon. The trophtes wilfbe worth nttt less than (25.00 a piece. The Board also disciisim) it tome' :ength thp proposition put forward by the Canada Coal Co. to town, in return for a twonty-year fran- chise, and a% supporting tKe game, provided satisfactory arrange- ment can be 'arrived at, was passed, unanimously, i RUSHING OUT 'THE GRAIN Port Ont., iMcy 6 iy three-quarters of a million bushel of. grain arc.being loaded at the Canad- ian Northcin 'elevators1 today, .The W. D. Matthews is taking bushels of wheat to Port Colboin; the Kaministlqtia la loading' bush- els of oats, which goes to Fort Wil- lara to complete her load; the West- mount is taking on bushel of' wheat; the James P. Walsh taicng- on bushels of wheat, and this Newona and Winona of wheat eacb. "i' A PENITENT' 6MU6GLeSl A penitent smuggler sent n (onscience money to the dittoing" Department, Otlana- '1 ;