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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Alberta. Thursday, May 1012 Number 127 BRITISH STATESMEN WENT DOWN IN A SUBMARINE Winston (Jjiun-hill and A. J, Balfour iinjoy Unique Experience DONNED OA'EKALLS Thinks 4 PUT-IT UP. VO CANADA While Fording River Three Were Drowned London, May Hon. J-cwia' Harcourt, Colonial Secretary, has informed J. Nor- ion tlie Unionist mem for Wednosb'ui'y, .that 1111- loss Canada wants a conference representing all the Dominions .on the Navj he dunks it unnecessary to ask others to send representatives. c- lie Prefers the Aero- plane Muy Churchill and Mr. Balfour, wearing stoKeis' oveiails, climbed down of the new submarine, which went down ycster- lay 'during! the'naval manoeuvres, and poured above the surface .twenty tea- later. The .Duke of MarJ- igh; refused' an invitation to go down with the liord of the Admiralty arid the former premier. 'He remarked he preferred to liear all about the Klllg GeOrgC KcCCiVCS jeers and men of the submarine crew for afford m .such an interesting Ho remarked, however, that -submarining is i less attractive Lhan'aeroplaning., The officer re- ]j0mloil( Mav 0. King George narked that ho nevei take L us first aubinarine dip more coolly j'cache.! Wevraoulh bav-on board the than _Mr. Balfour. Tliev had to evj royal jaclit vcbierdaj morning plain the entire mechanism to him mjamld salntcs from the ;ieat flecl, but the fog caubed the purely scientific, i cancellation of, the day's manoeuvres, iot, and he eagcily the Thc Kmg usited the submarine, Elkhorn, May night, Mrs. Wjlllam Gothe, her in- fant child, and a daughter of WIN Mam Adairv a farmer, were drown- ed while attempting to cross the Pipestone River In a flood at the Parker crosiin'g. Mrs, Gothe had driven over to fetch one of the Adair girls to stay with her dur- ing the absence of her husband. The body of the Infant only has been recovered. NEW ERA IS DAWNING IN NAVAL WARFARE Dcnioiisiratioii o f Birdmcn's Skill lea and effectivenefafa of the craft HI ictual warfare. JMr. Balfour says ho no deane aboaLd ttlnrli Mi. Churchill and "Mr. Ralfour took an.Tiour's trip, o descend again in a submarine, out and w atoned tne toipeao practice, gieuilj nishes to make a tup in a hjdro-aeroplano duimg the. present manoeuvres. P. E.-.I..-'RESIGNATIONS' Charlottotonn, P. B. I, May but lie M.IS most deeply interested in the flights ot tho aeroplanes and hv- dro-plaues. In a.thick iog Comniander Sdinsoa lose ftoni tho nater at PortlaRti ;.t A. Sharp, superintendent of the Pi luce half past seven o'clock in. the Edward Island Railway since 1897, ing and flen m hu, famous In- letired from that office today. He is dio-aeroplane at a speed of feiicceeded toy Horace McEwen, chiet niilfs an hoiit EOL, silly iniii'i lo meet the royal v'AU. fog bioke momentarily mechahlcal superintendent since 1901, also goes out. DEATHS ON RAIL IN THREE MONTHS WERE 240 KILLED IN UNITED STATES AND WERE SER- IOUSLY .INJURED Washington, may hundred mid forty persons were killed, and ivere injmed in train accidents -ted floats, lie (lew tlie. one feet above her in the "King" could just sec him Tic with Paso in broken, ai'or ly- ing mound the fleet Commander tieriard ascended in .1 Lodmoor, aiound A min- utes aftei Commander .Samson from Portland He used i NiiU. monoplane and rose lo a toirbl of 3000 fret, Ujing to get above the fog He passed tight over The fleet and for more than an nour. Then Lieut. Giegoi y or. s u minutes in a Shottle w olu'ap (U- in tlie dining the nuart- _ cr ending December 31, 3911, accord- ing to the accident bulletin issued jeaterday by the Inter-State Com-, feet, descending ai the naval avia- tor's landing plate at PortUii merce Commission. This is a decrease I Llcut Longinorc flew lor fiftj of six m the number killed, and an in-' utes a Dcperdussin monoplane, crease of 977 in1 the number injured, which had been fitted vith floats in compared with the corresponding j cast1 ot a fall into the sea quarter of 1910. THINGS DIDN'T GO THE KAISER'S WAY SERIES OF EVENTS WHICH MADE GERMANY'S RULER FEEL SOMEWHAT SOR-E; Berlin, May incidents, du-' Mjr. Graham White rose in his IJleii- lol In-plane at 30 minutes lo p m and circled the entire Heel anil the lottns of Plymouth and Poitlanil lie ended the royal vaciit twice. The gieat the (lav came aFtci 3 o'clock when Commander Ramson in his hulro aeroplane fiom the watei and (lew veiy high, descending "00 yards from the loyal lie-tallied u passenger and a icttci to the King Doth were taken from the machine as it irsted to the Emperor, preceded his return to Germany. lie has lost a law suit Berlin has chosen Herr for its Lord "Mayor, after his enforced lenignation from the MinisUj of Fi- ji an cGi new parliament recently confeir td on Alsace-Loiraioe baa passed a vote of censure on tlie provincial gov- ernment. The law suit was a claim bj the Lmperor against a larmei named Sohst, for ptiit of the cost of farm' buildings. Ihc' Supreme Court decid- ed jcBteiday against the Hmperor. Herr Wenmilh retiied Irom office becaufip he disapproved of the gov- ernment's policy, in building dread noughts, and creating a new army LOIN'S with theii honowed rapitnl His selection Lord Major of Ed- hn looked upon as a reflection on the Kaiser and lug government csrfeirsd CM A1-. .passed a strong vote af ceufluru last night on the Alsace retrains government for declaring a boycott on the locomotive works at in Alsace, because -the nanagtnc director is "anti-Geininn md ft Francophile." The eminent DECLINING MERCANTILE. MARINE Lonuon, 9 Pall Mall Gazette publishes as PREMIER WILL SPEAK AT CARDSTON Mr. Litton at, Miigmth Monday and Warner Tuesday Writ Issued for the Kootenay Bye- Election LIVE CAMPAIGN Mr. Creating Good at Cardston Tonight The camiKiign in Cardston is pro- us favorably as most ar- dent Libel al could deaue Tile parly Is united, and JIaitIn Woolf's elec- tion Is practically sure lie is a splen- did orgauUer, and, to ciown it all, is a capable speaker. He is creating a tine impression throughout the lid ing. Pieimer -Sifton will addiess two meetings in the riding week He B.ueak at llagratli on .Monday startling fact, a report by the I night, and ilt Tuesday af- Medical Office for the .port of London, -that no vessel flying the Suirs and Stripes arrived in tlie Thames in the whole of last jeai. ternoon. Hewill i be: accompanied at both meetings by Mr. Woolf The candidate will also speak at Milk Rivei pn Tuesday Tonight will be .1 big lalij at Cardston, when Hon. C H Siitcliell, 'Minister of Public Works, TI ill speak Ottawa, May writ for the Kootenay bye-election, made' necessary by the resignation of Mr. A. 8. Goodeve, to accept the position of Railway Commission- er, was Issued yesterday The date of the 'election, will be set- tled by the returning officer, but it will be shortly. The speaker's warrant for the constituencies of Macdonald and South Simcoe also have been Issued, but the writ has not been Issued by the Cab- inet.. OVERWHELMING DEMAND FOR CLEMENT STUBBS 'f ICE DETECTOR IS A SUCCESS London, May Howard T. Barnes, ot McGill University, Montreal, arrived last niglit on tlio Ilpyal George. He said lie had successfully ex- t? ponmented during tlw with his newly patented -inst-ru- 't inent to detect icebergs two to ton miles away. from BOTH SIDES ARE HARD AT IT IN EDMONTON FAMOUS' COTTAGE .LUCKY London, May U sion caused by the emptying of a gas tank uf Stratlord-on-Av- on last all the windows in tlio town, and caus- ed the shutting off of all ilium- inatiou Many buildings weie unrooted. The Shakespearean cottage was not damaged. The Liquor Licences All Granted "Hotels throughout the must pay more attention to province BoaTd be carried o1 be cancelled. of the license said F G. Korster, chief license inspector of the piovince this morning, liiulug tk-s sit- tings of the Board of License' Com- missioners held-' in' the: i-Oddtellows Hall This remark was called forth by the statement several minor complaints legarding tue conduct of some 'hotels in the district, made bj License Inspector Robert 'Nimmons 'All the applications set -down for hearing at the annual meeting today were granted Some were granted uro lisionally, orders being issued that certain .recommendations of thi ivlifch is thus rebuked, In the creation uid gervaiit of the Kaioer, and convened to the rojal by a Lieut' Gregory on anests were made after the police had_searched evep known len- dczvous part of the city. After the shooting ou Tuesday night, five men wefVtound in the attic of a lodging house near the scene The supposed explosive was unearthed in the collar of a'lodging hoiiBC on the outskirts of the downtown district. One of the rifles in the same place was equipped with a silencer. Patrolmen Stayers and. lieddon, W'lio were.shot jiight, are. be- lieved to ho. out of danger. FUNERAL OF C. M. HAYS Montreal, May funeral of the late C. M. Hajs look place at 2.SO j esterday afternoon, from his late res' idcnce. Thc service, which was a pti- >ate one, was conducted by Uev. F, Johnson, of the American :Presbyter-' ian Church. Only immediate friends of Ihe Tainilv weie present. Many beautiful wreaths wore sent by irieni- licre uf the fir.imt Tiunk staff kttd ,i Montreal 'friends. ;