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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vol. IV. Lethbridge. Alta., Monday, May 22, Number 136 THE FRENCH PREMIER WILL RECOVER MIlSTEROF WAR WAS Wreck of Aeroplane with Terrible Results in France PREMIER HURT Reports Today are That His Condition is Sat- isfactory 'Paris, May Henri Maur- ice Bertraux, minister of war, is dead. Premier Monis is "badly injured, Antonio and Antoinc Moiiis, sons of, the premier, and fienri Deutsch de la Mourthe, an aged patron of aeronau- tics, and other sports, are seriously injured, as the result of an accident) yesterday which .shocked all France. Two hundred thousand sombled to witness the i Man Who Feared Law Took His Life HENRY L. ST1MSON New Secretary of War for the United 1 V States Farmers Feel Assured of j a Bumper Crop This Year COL. H. H.McLEAN, Who Will Command the Canadian Con-1 tingents to the Coronation CEMENT TO GO UP IN PRICE LIVED AS HERMIT 4 Had Stabbed Man and Thought He Had Killed Him Seattle, May special cable from Sewa.rd, .Alaska, today says that having Jived the life of a hermit for IMPROVEMENTS Likely .to Install a Plant for Water'and Electric Light Carmangay, May critical season for the crops has now been passed and tbe heavy downfalls of rain all week here assure the farmers of a b.umper crop. No "one has now the regular'least hesitation of predicting a record as a murderer, subsisting on wild'conference in Raymond on Saturday j breaking seasois for this district. The game, fish, berries, with an occasional U'ay the rain has .fallen Rumored That 'an years- beIievinS Mmself hunted j The TavJor Stake at the vance will be Announc- ed in a Few Days MAJOR R. H. LAB ATT. Hamilton, Or.t.. Will- Be-the Officer Commanding a Company of fantry at the Coronation TWO KUNDR ARE Of SEN iftlfl a I..L j on motion of Theo. i sack of flour obtained in some far off 'settlement, Samuel Kust. wearied and J- B- Magrath, j just giving the ground time to absorb [his life of hardship and privation. endorsed Lethbridge's fain-. after which Winnipeg, May Tribuae to-jto a ghost-like appearance by the con-j to secure the Dry Farming Congress i rea-( day will say that another advance in i stunt worry and fear of being 1W2. They will do all they and preciuitation has "been eek. been j Civic Employees of conditions "there as r two; some men, still I icine Hat Demand an Increase in Wages Ma- struction, approximately'750.000 aeroplane race from Paris to Q{ cemeat will De in western ,T drid. These wers'all kept back off j Canada this year and will cost -i-QSOnon Rpforp rhd niprffpr v.-aK fni'm- 1 H-eun5 Jn year old son of the ordering the release of the blacks to'the alleged posse ot officers. Y. Herald j' O i KAISER AND PARTY .RETURN TO GERMANY London, May William, Empress Augustine-and Princess Vic- Lorin Louise, left London yesterday join (he German Tni'iej-ial yarht, Hohensoilern, at from -which- JLjport they will depart for home after' i !Jie visit, to the British capit.-ii. King i'Gcc-rgc ;iud Queen Mary togethoi- with' nioiHbors of' the royal family i London, bade farewell at the station a', f which big crowds gave the emporeX empress a hearty send-off, x ;