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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lelkbridge. Alberta. Tuesday, May Number GREAT BRITAIN HAS ACCOMPLKHED BIRDMEN Manouevres of Fleet Under the Command of King George Reveals Gratifying Progress in Latest Fad of World's Warriors 7-The llccl iltus-- into I lie b.u, C oiiniwnilui Sain- ed ship M-bleul.-u to cclcbialc. the a., the 1 shoie on the opposite side ot 1'oit of thn King (.coigos n alunl, llle slll. and ,it noon Ii.cil a lojal sa- f ,iattr for himdiiul Kite. A magnificent piece of aerial sconl- jnj; dole hv t Samson Alter (lie lust and su-ond sqiuidions !iad put to sea to join the tlinil and J'fth in Oldei to make a sjiuctaLi! yards lltcii rose and in the middle of tin1 buy did graceful right hand anil Ml hand circles: TJicii the conuramler went- .ALBERTA'S :NEW HIGH COURT JUDGE JUltice W. U, 'Walsh, ot Calgary FATHER LESTANC GONE TO REWARD FORM BRIDGE PRIEST WHO 58 YEARS IN WESTERN CANADA The death announced 01 Rev Fa- thei John Joseph IcbUnt, fcniucrly uf Lcluhudge. rather LeMant, died in j iht-i Holy C ross hospital at Calgary (in Saturday JJc came to lluce years ago v lien the cliaiigr was made- hert. ITu was scmoi pnest, Fajhec Kosenlhal as assistant Jie here for and while loo in to lic- como fdnuhai to the public, gipdliv liked by the paiishioncis 01 >U Pat nek's rathei camp to Canada in 3fa5i His fii-t work at Fort Oarrv, now Winnipeg, wheic be lah- oitci at .Sam I lionilatc chinch thp drtclopnicnl ot Rilhd LcbUnc the wilds lie wasal at heart A frontiersman Twen- tj ypaii latei, in 1871, he came to ttlbciU At tlut time tlic west was peopled onlv by a sprinkling ot whites, Indians, and hali-tnreds The votk 01 PC re hestanc v as chiefh among the Indians, camping uith them, slMLing then haidships, teach- ing them lite faith thai nt, gaic his life for. Foi some lie was sta- tioned at jUaclcod, then on Iv a little ranching ullage All thiougli his work in Alberta J-atheA Instant was a fncnd and com- panion of Fnthri haum.be, "The Fa- ilioi oE the and his last JLHIS wrre spent m helping Ms old inmpaliiot and co-workei at the La- Munlic liome ncai JVdnapocu 11 cic Father Icstanc frll hick, and was hi ought mtu Caiman iu the Hoi} loss hos.pit.ii, earl) last wlicie he passed quieUj on Sal- twelve p llu- tlic fiist tinir an aeiopUno has etei done tills. Commander Samson cir- clid in Iront (if tiu naiblnp and thpn steering by compass dashed back to the bav, arriving over Lhe very spot .it. which lie had started his scouting pAppdilion and his machine down. Jl settled on the -water gracefully as a soagull, This' novel feature1 was'performed Comm.imlcL banibon had brokei both wings of u short, bi-plane .neai: Loiimoor earlv in the inorning, Lieut Gray aho met vilh a slight accident In attempting to land bus aeroplane he stiuck Hie giound considerable force. One of the .wings was damaged. Lieut ujcgotv also made succeasttil aeuopiane HighU'over .the (leet. All Hail the Sailor King London, Jlav King V todaj pav auothei ut- it to tbiird since he camq to the Lluone [or the puiposc nessuig the nfinocinus of ships and ll'C Dr.tClitc VII the more mfeiesling hetausc he, the lights bv al olhccrb m the neu acKoplantb lliw will be the outstanding fcatuie of ilta four progiam The nude, bi the itudtnts of the. nual lias bepa t-o lapid tu.it come siiipiiJjC to mam to tiuit tiicie arc nlieady twot qualified aenal pilots in tlic "Mix. 01 them he with the fleet at Poll- land. They with them not only aeioplaucs of difteunti make, but hvdio aeiopliinci) For ilit puiposc oi shoving hoft an cnft ran be staitpd fiom battleships, a spdualj-iriffifOfm licen cccctid on' boaid the Ilibei- 111 a liierp will be a submaiine nttaclc upon the battleship fleet bj iKij ami des.tr.over attack bj night Anchoicd in siv lines to .saln'e the King when he aunes in th oi t NEW BOAT FOR. WHITE: STAR LINE WILL BE TWENTY FEET 1 LONGER London, 31ay new liners-tor the Wliitc Star Co.. are at present ult der constniclion at the yards or liar- land and Belfast; One of these, Ih-e Iteol of which, laid several months ago, will he.nearly twenty feet longer than the Tlmnlc, ami he age, and was born in Urittans, There lie received his early cilildilion, and bfiotth alter tailing ortlera hV. came to Canada lie had liurt In Western Canada For 58 years. O 4 'C1 PEERAGE FOR HARCOURT iMny iiv srpool Pout publishes H runioi that tho HlghlHon.- Lewis Har- court shortly bo made a peer. vMf Ilaicourt, In i appeal fd to be among the worst offenders. Nicholas and Mayle Hill collieries, among the laigest in tbe tcgion, and oidcied all men lound there to cease j Donald McNabb, ex M p. P. MYSTERY CONNECTED WITH THIS Mrs. Dodd of Calgary Too_k_ Dose, Car- bolic Acid .ilgan Alay 7 Despondent cause of domestic differences, Mi her famil> at being swamped everjwhere The ib dotted bodies of animals, which nlfao hindeied process of the cralt The boiunicii will bring in alt thcj can fiom ncai here then southward ihe flood smo 10 submerse about all ot Pointe Coupe parish, not already uiulei water Hwaniijilj, a lelief paitv iOiind peisons maiooned in cabins, and on high knolls of earth. They wore removed lo safe places along tho where tbej latci will off by uleamers and trans- ported'to'Baton Rouge. -Hundreds.of lives avo slill endangered mid the suf- fering is bpyond description, The i last, relief train went out of Batcholor mst uifltii, and the., entire northern 1mIf of Pointe Coupo parish cut off from rail iransportation, VEDRINES WILL LIKELY RECOVER Paris, May Vedrincs, who aa recently mjniod in an aeroplane accident, and whobc condition was at first regarded as hopeless, continues to. make satisfactory he hay not the slightest recollection of tiie accident occurring. .M. Vedrines hns -boon nominated to contest, .tho left vacant-by recent dfliith of M. BriBson. It: Is imht ihfii nlcrtioii-ia very pro- bablu. Fourth aveu'ue, diank carbolic acid on Satuiday night, and died beCoie ledical aid could be summoned Mjsteij em eloped the affaii The husband and friends the dead man decline to discuss the incident Chief Cuddy sait a counle of officeis to the dead woman's home, and the rumor that she had taken her own life was reluctantly admitted to tho con- stables Tho husband told the offi- that airs Dodd had shown, con sideiable lempei of late, which gave them tbe that there had been some difference between them Dodd stated that he left'his homo.at 5.30 o'clock. A" few minutes-after six MT. and Mrs U Tjnes, lodgeis in !tlio. same an odor of carbolic acid They hastened to Jlrb Dodds' found her lying on the, bed Besidd "her. on the bed was a small -bottle contain- ing a'Htlle. unrbolle acjd, the fumes of which filled the The woman was about HO years agp, and (he mother ot thice children The a laborer, and his friends, absolutely refuse to dis- cuss tiie suicide. An inquest will pro- bably be held Constantine is Dead UC, Ma> Charles Conatantine, siiperin ttwdent of Mounted Volice in carl> Klondjkc died torday at Long Beach, Califor nia. SupU Constanline was sta- tioned at Prince Albert, in command of- Division F, and contracted typhoid fever thnrc early this year. He'subsequent- ly went to California to recup- erate, and-the news of: 'his death comes as a surpisc to; lite It is jears ago since Mr, Constantine in 'Lcthbi'higc, on which woa-' aion he attended the marriage of Jlr. ,SejtUe, the .manager of tho Im.noria! Bank. He was a capable of i icei, and 151 e.il 1 v liked h> the force 4, STANHOPE -TO AUCTION HISTORIC London Hay 7-E-.nl Stun- hope will pl.ice undoi the mei his Dcrbybliira state ot nci es at Stanton Dalo Ahbej and Bllteston, in eluding tho histcnic manors of Slanton ,ind Dale Abbey Real Estate is Changing Hands Probably there nevei a time in the histoiy of the ciU when leal es- tate were as firm as thoj me at the present time, and when mcie leal estate Wdb changing ownership. with less said about tliu. transactions Lpthbiidge piopoity is m demand, not only outsuiois, but hi the, people living right in the who are tiioi oughly ,11.1111 iinted with conditions and the pi ailing Tt is the ab senco of am thing in the natuie ot a boom which lms Ivrought about the piesent statp of flffmia and it is gen .igiocd amon? business men I hat the health} tif piojveuy will not result in .t fchimp winch so often follows the boom dm 5 Less piopeity has been put on I he market than is usual .lin- ing the spiing of tho jeaiF and the real estate maoMias iiiot changed complex- ion to anj matoi lal extent The fact ibat tho C- P. K. intends lo. place. large blocks or propeiu on the market in a few weeks, at I'eaeonable fig- ures II.M it i.i'hei' dltruult to do and ihe repulation of Lethb as a real cstnle sper-ula tion is bolter as a result, That tho outside woiM is intetoatod iu the future of the .city is b> main enquiries ninde through the Trade as to property values In and about the city. Many .of., those; come from Eastern and -the Mount Gunnel, where an euragedimob" of men audwomen attacked Culllon, Hoy Williams. two other men were returning home aftor doing some repair work in'the Heij Cullion had hib head cut open1 with a stone, and was then of tlu.3 pro LETHBRIDGC OF NOMINATING MAN FOR THE PRESIDENCY Tomorrow, May .ill Jov the j office of ptesident ot District 18, "U M W A., must be In tho hands ot tho sect elan '.I Carter, At Ferme So lar as can be learned very little jntetesr is heing taken Jn the forthcoming inxthe- tlte east end and Ixniis the local union of miners, stated this' niornlrifi tHat did not' know as yet whether or, not nominations" had, been received. mimes have been mentioned yet, -which aie .it all outstanding, so far'aa he has heard Theie is some talk; m the loc.il camp ol nomiaatmg TJonald Mt- Nuhb, M F P., and thobe behind movement hare, that he stand a good chance of vluifing the el- ection As a district Baaitl member, he hat, gamed much ity throughout the entile dibtuct, andXis unhring efforts to further theflnter- ests of the union has marked hjin as ,i nun ttho would make good, in the position of president However, the figlit will be on after tomonow, when the announcement ot the candidates will be made Smith, of Feinie, was at one time mentioned as a nossible candidate, but it is un- deistood that at the last Board jneet- ing