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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TJlli DAILY you know the Why" SUNSHINE FURNACE IS CALLED "TheUjQderstudv Masons Declare They REAL CAUSES Will goJJut Saturday OF TITANIC DISASTER Tuesday, May 2S, li) 12 BY THE FRANG SOUTHERN ROUTE! A f OMAN'S LIFE In view df Ilii' possible outcome of ire to meet Ihe deputation from llw! tin- rumored strike of the brick ma- j Mas-tins' union. io mcrlilijr was held in III sons ol Ihis anil oilier eilies of Ihe west, there -secnis (o be very little) ilerest lakcn in the situation in: l.dhbriilgc, the general feeling hal tile trouble nil! blow over i joul reaching strike proportions. Yes--I1 The Sun k-nlav afiennifia even- short anair. a' which nothing nf importance UMS ilone. If was decided Io meet tin ileput iiiiin later in The masons ihroujili (heir ree-rc reiterate their intention tc 01 her steerigL [usbenyiLb at the juarantint, stitlou Isk ir ined n port it 5 JO i in MIL lun iMan hid in pasM0L the steamer was four days out, a CORDONS OF POLICE ACCOMPANY FOODSTUFFS FROM DOCKS TO STORES London, May escorts yes lerday guarded foodstuffs from the docks to the markets. Twelve hun- dred police were on duty. The slTik- e-rs offered no opposition, if the same HE MAY REGAIN PORTUGAL THRONE Senator Smith Delivers the Hndings of Investiga- ting Committee j Washington. .May fl) 111-01 disaster is chargeable tfl rectly 10 Hit- failure of Capiain Smith ma.-, icebergs ahead: IHII responsibility for unne- t cessary loss of life must be shared I'y (.'aplain l.oril. of tho steamship _ Caliionilaii. ihronsh his disregard of i distress signals. This is the finding of Senate committee, which Investigated the sinking of the Titanic, as prepared in f a comprehensive speech delivered William Alden Smith, of Michigan, chairman of the coaimittee. Senator Smith decjare'l that respon INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE SHIPMENT' OF CANADIAN WHEAT Ottawa. May half of Hit whom, which en tile down last yoai from ihe Canadian West-found an'unt- Ict 10 the oei-iiu through the port of Buffalo, is Hie dominant feature of a report on Canadian oanals Just sued by Ihe Department of Italhvavs and Canals, odd million There were sixty-tlirou liiishttls of Canadian wheat transported through the Can- canal at Snult Sic. .Mario (hir- .8 per ceni. supposed ng the low adian ing (lie past year, ami wont to Huffalu. Wheat to follow the channel offeri PICTURE OF CONDITIONS WHICH. SHOWS REPUBLICAN FAIL- j sihllity also rests upon the British URE AND INCAPACITY London 'liar the f'ortu measures are continued the food suj r of London will be steadily main lained. The authorities have, amp! resources for the purpose. Large forces o-r police reserves can be call ed on whenever required, and troops will be used if the strikers render the itep necessary. li is understood that any extension of the strike, any attempt to give it a rational or international character ill be met by the government with H tlie resources at its disposal. There is no question of interfering etwe-en employers and employees in ie strike itself. A mauiiesio issued by the London trike committee threatens extreme ction by the calling out of all traus- ort workers." The ambiguous nhras- ig of the manifesto suggests that all ie unions affiliated with The traris- ort -.workers' federation will be or- ered to cease work. As a matter of fact, the manifesto signed only by Ben Tlllett. as chair in of the London Dispute commit-1 e of the transport workers' guese republic is ;t dismal failure and U tottering to its fall is" evident from the present state of (he country. Por- tugal is seething: with political of Trade, "to whose laxity of regulation ami hasty inspection, the woild is largely indebted for the aw- "ul fatalities." In denouncing Capiain Lord, ol' the Californlan, Senator Smith said: "The Titflnic's distress .signals were plainly seen from the deck of his vet- short, distance away. America rnptioil, petty tjranny and eal conspiracy. Active preparations Tor a revolt arc said to be under wav. The republican government ha, faiied to i "I" keep the promises which justified a "Ild "e "uoled change from the monarchy. Instead to slltnv tluit of reduced taxes the bnrdeas on tax- j ori1 m'sbt bc for misde- payers have been practically doubled "'eanor' with a consequent Increase iu the cost I Other conclusions presented, il of living. The revenue thus raised is j oriel, were as follows: Before the Ti chieliy spent on establishing a form! tanic departed on her maiden voy of military rule. Strong forces of j age, there were not sufficient testa ol troops are being quartered wherever j hollers, bulkheads, equipment or sig the opposition is even suspected. It is also said a goodly proportion of the money wrung from the people reaches the pockets of certain politi- cal leaders especially members of the na, Officers ami crew were strangers to each other, and not fam iliar with the ships' implements bi tools, and no drill or station practice took place, and no helpful discipline on; and, instead being a national del the manifesto is merely in ap- U.to the London car men. Sir, Marcus Samuel, chairman of the Petrol. Company, states that a tro.l famine exists in London, and e South of Hngland, owing to the .Ifonso Cousta, a lawyer who j isues orders to the senators! don in. insisting that, all petrol be -stored at Thames Haven, 'which is accessible only bv river. A great meeting of strikers is announc- ed tor Wednesday on Tower Hill steerage passenger named Green died of pneumonia and was hurled in Urn ocean. Deceased, who was bound to the leaves, a widow and six children. -Just before the steamer j reached quarantine on Sunday'morn-1 ing. small-pox develops! on a Russian j ,nl I fe and tU .einamuei of ZEALAND TELLS 1 e ,nd i o, the) OF RESULTS OF COMPULSORY ships crov '-imlecl on HID isl MIL1TARy SERVICE SAYS COMPULSORY SERVICE IS BEST Carbonado, a secret society 'which prevailed. The speed o-r t'ae-Titanic was 2-1 >i miles an hour .at. the time of the accident, although t lie'.officers of the Titanic had been advised .of the pres-ance of icecergs by the steam- ships Baltic, Amerika and Passengers tt'erejiig.t.ndvised of the danger, although" President'Ismay, of the White Star line, w-ho was taking the vessel's maideii voyage, was in- formed. No general alarin was given, I'or any ot" safety undertaken. "In the thii Titanic, continued the Sejiato'r, "no limit o cost circumscribed.'their ehdeavoi .and when this vessel look its plact perly equipped with arms, at the head ot the moden tlou .ilia heiii guns, huge quantities! improvement in shipbuilding was sup of which lie hidden in northern Spain and southern Portugal. They are also reported io possess two moiio: planes. Fully licers of the rannizes the country dislricts with audacity equalling that of the Camorrn. The reputed chief of. the Carbon arip la Alt openlj __ __ __.....__ during the silting. His bills pass and dictates the appointment of the cabinet ministers. Meanwhile trade is at- a standstill apparently awaiting the -revolution, and the restoration of settled condi-1 undertaken, tious. .Everybody in the "business world believes the .Monarchists will win easily. It. Is reported the Royalists are pro fu .per cent, of -the of- _ republican troops are said Io be prepared to transfer their allegiance to the former King Man ael. the moment he ro-appcai'o.on jcene. the mi.I. The {jtiarters thai they had va i.-ated were then thoroughly [umlga cd ami ihe steamer was allowed leave quarantine at -i a. m. to Among the passengers landed Grosse isle were Ili young men wl were on their way to join il. M Cornwall, now in this port. The Tin Isian had on board first, 333 sec i nd aid llljS third (.1 iss pisscngers total oi 1.-170, having landed som nf her first and second cabin and th 'balance oi her sluiMagc passenger iicre, she left for Montreal at 6 p.m EXPLODED C'aslellon, Spain, May Jiersons were killed last night i fire in a theatre at Vilhireal. which caused by the explosion of a cin omatograph. MORE FRENCH MONEY COMING -Montreal, May Rodolplre Forget, was at his .office loday, aftei having spent several weeks In France, lie speaks with great confidence of future French Investments in Citnada. A great deal or money lias gone to Western Canada from source, but he thinks that will come East, iii future. RELIEVE INSOMNIA MATMICU'B NERVINE POWDERS Nr If yottr ffeafur cannot supply yon, tin- .1. 1, AlaUituii Co., Slit-rbrooko, P Q itc-f.dp punJt'Hiil Oi! receipt of incomer B C A. W. Robin, of. the New Zealand staff corps, who lias been a guest of the of- ficers of the Sixth D.C.O.H.. left for the East yesterday, en i-oute to Eng- land, to attend a conference between representatives of the various colon- ies und the War Office. He will stop over at Ottawa for a few days on business with the Militia Department! He is accompanied by John Graham Gow. New Zealand's trade representa- tive in Canada. Speaking of the compulsory ser- vice, which has been in vogue in New Zealand a littltj .aver one year, Col. Robins said: "ft has ested to: indicate thai. It will prove even a greater success than 'was hop- ed, even who originated Uic dea. Service begins at IS, and con- inues for seven years, when, if one oes not wish to remain on the actlvo 1st, he Is placed on the reserve. Tliert; e remains for seven years nmro. 'hose who have raised objections to lie service7 do not form more than wo or three pur cent, of .the popula- ion. Tho support given by the em- loyers of labor is one of the most ncouragiug features of the system, t present there ninety thousand lien in the l-'or the ext five or six years. Ihis will be in 'cased, by about eight thousand an posed, to have been realized, so. con fident were they that 'both owner am builder were eager to go upon the trial trip. "When the crisis came, a state of absolute nnpreparedness stupefied both passengers and crew, and in their despair the ship went down car- rying as needless a sacrifice of noble women and brave men as ever clus- tered about the Judgment Seat in any singlo moment of passing time. shall leave In the houest judg- ment of England its painstaking ehas- tisemeut of the British Board of Trade, to whose laxity of regulation London. May 27. Reports have and inspection, the world is largely reached Tien Tsiri that the reaction-j indebted for this awful fatality, ary movement is gaining strength in j "One of the contributing causes, of the vicinity of Wu Chang, where Clcn-i which there were very many, was tint eral Li Yuen llene, vice-president ofj tllB face of li'e warning signals, the the Chinese republic, has his head-i 'was and messages quarters. Accor.lint Io despatches SMmC" b" to n. action rather than to persuade her to from 1'icn Tsui this morning rcpuh-; fc.n. ilcan ollicials in Wu Chaiig are groiv-j "The Titanic lushed onward, on her ing very apprehensive and are ore- true course, one recognized as appro THE REACTIONARIES STRONG AT CHANG est freight rates, otlrer tilings' being equal. In this instance, however, dis- tance and freight rales were sub- slantially in favor of .Montreal, and yet other considerations caused near- ly half 01" the wheat 'which down last year from (he Canadian U'est to find an outlet Io the ocean through the port of Buffalo. The course of Hie wheat trade dur- ing ihe month of November, liltl, may be taken its illustrating the situation. In that month ovor eighteen inilllo bushels of Canadian wheat Were pas ed through the Canadian, canal a Sault Sto. Marie, or nearly one-thir of Uio total volume of the year. A water freight, rales from Fort Wl llnm to Montreal in November wer cents pR-r bnsliel. The water rat from Fort William to Buffalo was 3', cents per bushel, plus jiiy cents b rail from Buffalo to New York. treal and New York are ihe sssentia points 01' comparison. Thus in No vember the freight rate from For William io .Montreal was cents as compared with a cenls Io Nev York. This would- seem to establish a controlling advantage in favor of Montreal, other Ihings being eqna-1 yet it would seem in that month per cent, of all Canadian wheat which carne down from the West, Including that 'which passed through the American canal, went out by -way of Buffalo-New York. Careful inquiry was made as to con- dilions which operated in November last, and which in some degree oper- ate in ail seasons as a countervail to the lake freight rateo In favor of Mon- treai. The conditions were ascer- tained to be availability of ocean ton- _ at New York, lower insurance 'ates between New York and foreign ;orts, and lower Insurance raias from New York. The.ne factors were obviously sufficient to divert in "ember nearly half of all the Canad- an wheat from the West into Ameri- can channels.. November is the -rush month iu the wheat trade, and mar- ket considerations may, under such circumstances, rise above the imme- diate question of rates. insur- ance rates remained unchanged dur- ing the year. In November.they ran QUEER STORY OF FRENCH NO- TIONS OF JUSTICE IN "PAS- SION" CRIME I'arlB. May Juries silling In ihe Haris-asslze coin-Is do not have a monopoly of aeiiuittliis persons ac- cused of whin the French describe as "crimes passionels." has just been shown by Ihe result of n trial In tile Department of the Anbe. A young schoolteacher, named .Mar- cel VlBiiond. who had shot and kill- od Claudia Uoijlauser, his sweetheart, was acquitted iu spUv of his admis- sion of guilt. Questioned by Hie judge. Vlgnoud said that while Mile. Honlanser was visiting him at his rooms about four I'cloqk. her falher knocked at (he door. "Claudia." continued the jirlsouor, "was lerrified, and told mo that she did not dare Io return home. Wo were both panic siricken. Jl. Bonl- nnscr continued Io knock and call to his daughter. Claudia begged me to shoot her with my revolver, which as iying on Uic imuitel piece. "1 Uien fired at her, but tire first shot missed lire. She continued to advise me to shoot, and I aimed three or four, shots at the wall. but. the re- volver still refused to go off. 1 then reloaded it, and after having fired a trial shot, 'without success, I put it to her temple, and pulled the trigger. The cartridge exploded." "I cannot declared the .Midge, "how, after the first cartridge niiss-3d fire, you did not recover con- trol of yourself. I have ucvt heard anything like your story in my whole career. What did you do "1 turned the weapon on myself and pulled the trigger. II missed fire once nore. I put In a fresh cartridge, and this time it -went off." Mile. Boulauger was killed on the spot, while Vignond lay between life d death for three months. After nil eloquent speecii by his ounsel, Blondout, of the Paris ar, Vignomlwas acquitted. He was ordered, however, to pay francs image to Jl. Boulanger, his victim's ether. STANDARD ARTICLE -SOLD EVERYWHERE .W.GILLETT COMPANY Table Silver Grace, beauty and qualityl are all combined ID silver articles' marked This brand, known as "SiiatrTlfLUIhalWean" is made in the heaviest i grade of plate.' There .'ire many designs from which to choose. sola REIGN OF TERROR SAUAFTMEN ROOSEVELT .TflYING TO .OUST from (15 cents to at Monrreal, 'cr.nvel NOTED INDIANA. MEN. CONVENTION May Harry S.. New, of Indiana, chairman oE sub-commit Ice of the republican na- tional .coininifU'e in charge of the move him from the national com- nittce. Tlie iotir distinguished Indtaii- ians ivliose seals are thus attacked arc Col. Marry S; New, former .chairman oE this national committee and now in charge.of the arrange- ments for :tlip, national convention t.'harle.s Warren Fairbanks, tornwr Vice-President of S.; .Joseph Oliver, of South of the republican leaders of -the state Watson, former congressman froni In- n! foniter. wliip o[ the lotnii-r candidate for governor of In- diana. as compared with to 15 cents! sideiit Warren Fairbanks', and n'tlier The four "Hough Riders': who seek from New York. Off all ihe Canadian ttion aiianac.iients, cx-VIcc-1'ie- i wheat which came down In.1911 through the Can- adian canal at Sault Ste per cent, clung Canad- ian channels. The proportion in 1910 was OS.6 per cent., so that the diver- sion to American channels was con- siderably greater in ifil 1. notables from InJi.ma may not he 'l' depose these men and take their allowed to sit in the convention next in the national convention arc: month if a contest Held yesterday by j ..I. Bcvericige, fonVict' U. S. the Hooscvclt people is .successful.! Senator Edwin M. I.ec, Indianano- Angry with Col. New because he se-l "si. ionner chairman of the Indiana lecletl Root of New' for Icmpor-i Slate Central .Commit lee Charles II. ary chairman of the republican na- j Campbell, fthelhyvillc, a former "re- lional convention, because he still Sular" "OH- a red hot Roosevelt .lands firmly for President Tuft, the illia" L. I.andis, I.ogansporl, Koosevelt men yeslenhiy, aided by i former congressman and hrothcr Itpnator lievrri Ipc, filed a contest! .ludic l.anclis, the Chicago federal i mill ihe nafiiTOl rouimiitee against who linc.l Ihe .Standard Oil Co. all fojir de'eiialcs al large ftorr; In- Hehiml the plan to contest i When the Taft people learned of the these >eus I here is rcpurted to lie! liling of the contest .they declared I Hie frimal purpose of removing Col.-that this was onlv another move, in ESTABLISH j -vi w iinin the iinlional commitleo en- the general reign of terror that Roose- if'ivly. My couh.'sling these seats he-; veil ami his forces intended to iu- I t'H'c the natioV.nl committee, the: augnratn in Chicago with a view to !Jioosevplt people, il is staled, intend cany ing the convention hy slrong Ottawa, Out., May The Minis-'to Iny the fonndiition for a contest 'arm mciho'.ls and main force. WILL ESTABLISH NEW COL. HUGHES TO TRAINING GROUNDS IN EAST AND WEST1 NEW PALACE FORJMDINALS POPE WILL ERECT FINE BUILD- ING TO ACCOMMODATE CARDINALS Home, May The pOpe has or. dered a new palace built to accom- inodatc the cardinals when electing his successor. .The building 'will be erected on the site of the old Italian ually.. By the time that the first lot 'e entitled to go on the reserve, we 11! have only one hundred and fifty lOuBand men on the active list, a ery respectable number, when one that the population or the land is only one inllilou." ON 'A SERIOUS CHARGE .Montreal, May with adding the pay-rolls, two assista.it aymaslers In the Uoads Department e In Merlons trouble, and an order is been given for their arrest. li is W lhat.tho alleged falsifying'ofJtlic has been going on for abine months without being discovered. the election will be held. It will I rooms, besides halls, etc., sufficient for the whole sacred college, with attendants, doctors and cooks. The Pope's decision to build another palace is the result of his Im- pressions of tin- accommodations of the cardinals when he was elected. glaciers planted themselves in the very path way of this ship, and were so large and numerous that, in the absence ot fog, they should have been easily dis- cerned by the lookout if, as he says in his testimony, he had been sup- plied with glasses. "Captain Smith knew the sea, and his clear eye and steady hand had often guided his .ship through dan- gerous pallia. For forty years storms sought in vain to vex him or menace his craft. His indifference to .danger was one of the direct and contri'imt- ing causes ot this unnecessary frag. edy.' While his own willingness to :e of his .10 knew kitchens not in anger hut In sorrow, file one specific charge against him." vii iny sue oi tnc oltl italriu mini, which the 1'opo acquired and' Ills own will adjoin the Risllno chapel, whcvoi WBS tllc oxm'iuins' evidence the election will'ho hnlcl.' n win fltness to live, those of us who uinmu. uoniirm nils statement. .sullieicut, number of dele-jby using- it in your next bread-baking ground for tho higher tnctica! Held gates from Indiana to give them con- grocers keep it in 5c packages con- manocuvrcs and for artillery Irol oi tic state, delegation. T'-'-V namely Pctewnwa. To this camp Hie could (lien depose Col. New and 'V- !eals', Limited! Toronto, WOMEN SCORE A Mortliyrtydvll, Wales, May Woman's suffrage scored one of its greatest victories loday. when Ihc In- dependent-Labor-' Parly, in annual conference here, adopted resolutions strongly declaring for equal suffrage, and favoring legislation to that ef- fect. Old folks who need'someihing the kind, find NA-DPU-CO LAXATIVES discomfort. artillery, the permanent corps, the engineering services, etc., are now brought from all parts of the nr'nion. This involves a large expen- diture for" transportation and consid- erable, loss of time to the men com- ing from the west or from the cast. The transportation expenses of the inrilime province contingent to ewawa Ihis year, for instance will bs over linn. Col. Sam Hushes elieve.'i that there should he at lenst j lirco training camps, tor a country j he size of Canada and is now tiatinp, for the purchase of areas in Ihc maritime provinces and in the west where the men from these dis- tricts can secure the training for which they now have to conic to Pctewawa. Suitable areas can be purchased at a comparatively smul] cost and the present'loss in time oc- cupied in travelling will be saved to (lie corps while tiic saving in trans- portation charges will considerably more lhan pay Interest on the amount paid for the new COLD RUSH "gold rush" Is In will of .Mnssoy sution, on 7'. no It, Soo branch. OUR CONFIDENCE JUSTIFIED 'Wc.proipiM to refund the coil of Blue Ribbon if any buyer i> net utlifltd, we know how excellent It Such offer could not bt mide If there the illghteit doubt about Blue Blbbon'i good All we itk li thit you buy piekige ind see for yourself. ;