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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOI.U.MI; vii. AI.T1EIITA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, NUMI1EH 111 General Gonzalez' Nephew Arrives in Writes Lucid Story of Mexican Situation for Herald Unconfirmed Rumor Says That American Ambassador O'Shaughnessy Has Been Assassinated at Mexico City Tells His Thrilling Slory for the First Time to Herald Readers A MADERO SOLDIER Fought Will) Villa at Toircon Caplured, Court Mar- lialled Escaped GOING HOME TO EUROPE TO VISIT HIS AGED MOTHER HUERTA SHOT MADERO Whole Story of' War Riven Mexico Told by One of Her Sons iBy Captain Gunzaltz, late o! Constitutionalist Under Gen. Francisco VMIs) Asks the Withdrawal of Consul O'Shaughnessy and Return of Algara Assassin's Bullet Said to Have Killed Nelson O'Shaughnessy BRYAN IS ANXIOUSl IIFn-TAMPPflK LllU, l-Hlfli UU 10 A PRELUDE TO WAR AVinnipcg, Ajpiil Local nrc publishing i currying Kl I'asn; 'ilale lini' which an BURJED_ TODAY Thousands Pay Last Respects lo Great Empire Builder and Railway Mair ALL TRAINS STOOD STILL i slulcs -'word -h'ns hccn received I Washington, I'., April 2i.-Thc tlvil I'nil Man., April [1111- reporlcil action of General Hucrla in Heic.liom tllat Um-ctal 0[ sir KM held asking HIE withdrawal of Mr 0'- CllliYgc O'SlirillJjhllCSsy here this afternoon and llic service ShauKlmcssy. th; American Charge ol over Ihc remains in Kiiox church was Embassy in .Mexico Chy. and in- lllis Ussiissillillctl ill Mexico Irirnds from BliuclinB Stnor Algaia. the Mcitcan ejlv The Associated Press niPc5 all parts oi-lhc Clalgc ol Kinhassy here to demand _ T'he casket was carried [rum the his passports, constitutes a i'oni-''no coiifiriiiiition of. lllis and family to the hearfe, into ylelc hreach nl diplomatic relations' llic lli'Slliilt'll in lines- tic church, jir.J lo the grave hy rcp- holivreti I'uitcd .Stales govern- resellUlives oi various lirai.chos oi menl and the dcfacto govern- llon mil> cun- the Canadian Pacific railway menl of (Jcneral llucrla. though whe- sidcnlhle duulll. j Winnipeg Kiel-trie, railway officials. .TuCD n-cNTHM liner Secretary IJr.an is willine lo i wr'i.i.ij.niij.i Anril The honorary pall-uearers ivcro Sir FATHER ROoENTHAL regard it as more tlian tne act of an I asiimgion, Daniel McMillan, ncorSc llury, X. (i. Parish Pritst of. 'SI.. Patrick's, who jnju.jiuai acd liot oi the actual llryuil upjicnrcd worried about Leslie, A. .M. Xanlon, J. A. M. AiS- lo be ,Mr .ETHBR1DGEWILL HEAR STORY OF THE SCOTT EXPEDITION it ON MAUKItO'ri STAI-T 1 ioiighl under Francisco Martm. in llic niehl ar.d was mi his stall du'rinj his shyrl ri'isn as I'rcsident or Mex- ico was in Ike week's lifihlins in (hi- capital cily anil IM, after Ma- and llic vicc-prrvidcnl were as- tin lib! January. '.'.a-; nverllirnivn aril vorkcd as a-.railroad laborer, .and months he will home .in ai'ecJc to the demand for pass- porls (ail lo withdraw Sccrclarv vris sure, body lay iliul- if. iinyllijug luul happened leave ol absence, and that "it to oilier licv. Kalhr-r llosMlhal O.V.I, par- polls (ai, lo a Ojp. Sccrelnrv wns sure however 'body lay in slate in Knuv chmli isli priest of s church an- on a demand Vol. three minutes, while thc funeral lliat he has obtained a Him- I government, but the lf- happened h prolrras cvm. Customs House Taken at Six. O'clock Last Night Fight 150 MEXICANS FELL Attack on the Cily Began at Four a. m. Today and Was bucc :cessiul GENERAL MAAS FLEES Recruiting Offices Reported to Have Opened on Mexico Boundary on Monday, May 4 Arrange meats Lave just Leen coin- D.C1.. April American rorcc-s art; in complete con- trol 01 Vera N'o ania wfrc injured in tli-j [tgiitii'? there- This wore! was received iu -A despatch from Consul Canada Lliij -i'- tcrncon. "I'm sorry: lerribly wrra Prcaldtut Wilson's first words -.rlicn ncwa cf the IOLS of liTe in Ihe Inkih; Yen Crut ilrst reached him: To- day Din President was snd and ilis- licimc govi Hie. his' mother .caljs inlacf :i year 'l.-'ather" will time In Lanaill. ,atl.- lnalgc jiarish in his ah- sencc. :u ii scvi-rnr.ee ol diplomatic iclalior.s lilt two companies in lintli oi wliich i.-.. eluded in (hi Jho PreKldenl had foiled that tho llniiherjark ii'nlil.lail' I rclurncd anil Innglii -wHli' (itccrril .Villa np.to s short tiir.c 350. -So 1-hrlievc I understand the fili- ation jurlty gold. Ihr-y Hcr- WV.rn I'ranciuro Mailcro uas Irinmnhanlly 1'icsiilciil o[ Mexico and tonk llic oath of ollicc he ionnil pesos (iu Mcxicran silver) in the licainrr. Old hnil Holm the rest oi Ihc treasury cuin, uver icn inillii.-n dollars in tiMl Sun, of Yiivk, anil it lo Dial1 nccunnl in lin. Times were dull in Mexico aller the. Mailerti revolution, and his rra-uilrs look uilvniitax? of this him In hiredini; rlissafislactiuti. With in torn purchased- (leneral Pasqual who [n charge, ni the Savrisnti at Junrr7. lir rcvnltf'd anri .Madcro sent the nuin hiuly oi Ihr., niiy, rvccnt about men, to tiling tiolu the Herald Man Got Capi. Gonzalez' Story Travc-lling in Ihe iirondr-d hy a jterfccl com- maml of Ihc Ir.i.'guasc, a knowlctigr. of CanpiltBii Caplnin felilie nrphcw of ihe laic Ahrain Gonzalez, Ihe gover- nor of Chihuahua, 'i-ho v.-as murdcrc-d djilng tiic present cam- l-aign; FOR of one of Ihc larEcsl ranchers in Mexico, who save his life for the reliel cause: mernhcr of the old Spanish family of lhat name.-, late caplatn in General Villa's rcsl- racnt. who has lica'ril the. sniiller of ranny n RillliiG 'on (lit! (irinf line ill the tlininlluaus rcpuhlic. was dis- covered hy the Herald in Ihe city yes- nlay afternoon. (.'njilain Gonza'107. at first.. shrank Wosliinnlun, April ecu live of Ihc iornier. JOSEPH GILLESPIE LEAVING Promoted to Position of for Out Port of Jaw -Bvynn gonifi lo Ihc'WIiik1 House nl 1.15, received no front O'Sliiuiglincssy since The lasl rroiii nonilnmioii was Eigncrl l.y nearly all MAYOR O- HALIFAX BY ACCLAMATIOM Halifax, P. Wish las, for a Lhird.lcrni heen elccled nayor of Halifax. Yesterday ivns lomination dny, and Mr. Itllsh "was Ihc only candidate ixminaled. v.-as receivetl in llio city this morninc that Joseph GJllesjiie, former Mexico Cilv cninc from f. aldermen. loniB at the oulport of Coutts, has IHTII tranBTrrrcd to a new out. por'. under tliu iiort of MOOEC as sub- collector. Chief of Police, and reccuHy a'n'iioiiit-1 American Consul lale Tuesday cd as prcvcnlalivc officer of Lhc riflcrilOOIl. .WusliiiiRlnii. D. C., 22. in n dcspnlrli lo the nqiiirlnicut this (if- DALE BANK ASSIGNS icniaoli. Mys Uinl so fnr he liail JfBdoc, Onl.. Asrll the liecir unable lo cslabhsli a coin- asslgnmcnl ot J- C. Dale, owner ot .intinicnlioii willi Ihe American thc pvlvotc bank has EiiEpendca Fb or his proycrty In Madoc, and hU real holding j ill western L'a-iada, snid a houso-lo-lioiisc search i ;ltTcsts of arlll- j til Mexicans were hcniR made. (Jrozco iritu linr. from thc Ilernlil rcporlcr when ]s probable lhat Ihc rcyort of Un wns being lliroilKll Vpra HUICKTA Mioncd. llo left Mexico ca'tly llila acco'jr.lnut1- lUirrhi month, aflr-r ficolnr. tlic'Eiaughler al. bank's affaire will be made public a Wtvrlal was Madero's Torrcon, and lias -sought thc peac? j cmi Ot inc. week. nnny in Mcsint City. Kclix Diar, tiulct of the Albertr. prairie? and s________________________. while a prisoner in llic arsenal, fnr from Ihe country of strife t rlinscd IlLnl.i. ulin released P'ar., and jlooasncd r.iitl nar, after Ihej- sci7.eil.thr conlrnts of Ihe. ar-1 ait his worldly Goods to Ihe.c'.iupc scnal-aNtl we. IhE lojal Irnops, ral-i0f (hc rebels, a'nu of his lir.lne- lied lo Ihc palace, we. liail our djatc relatives; hainls full asair.sl Hucrla and At Torreo-.i. (lonzalr-z V..IE capliircil ICIICI5. l-'or oicr riRh: dajs we were rciicrnl Irnops. end, after a mrmsilu] ,'n'nl (lien we ran out ol j cnurt orlcreci shot-'al run- un'iinuDflloii arid Madcro s'jrrcndcrcd. j.jsc JIL. and on the I'rcsidral. Mailero and Vice-Prcsi-1 STEAMERS CLEAR PORT ARTHUP Port Arthur. Ont.. April Tollpwlnrj atenmers cleared frcm Pon Arthur loilay wilh grain: .Tnnitri E. Davidson, Ulloy, Rosora, nutt Corrigan, Tor Buffalo, and tV.c frank H. Peavcy for Port Huron. b: Connaushl and his whole staff ai- ded in llicir vice-regal uniforms, nt. winnliieg Lleutcnanl'-Gover- rameron prcsldeil at the lecture. Ic lias hccn 'lavishly enlcitaiacd all alor-p llic line by Canadian clubs, Uv- crseas clubs. Welsh Eoctatte? and oth- ovdeis lhat Imvc loyalty to Collier Co'.mlry as Ihclr reason [or existence. An cffoit is beins made by me Ov- erseas club hcre'to arrange a recep- tion to Commander Evnns on the oc- casion of his visit. FIRE AT GLEICHEN nieichcn. AHn., An.-ll and wotlb of implements vvero in n fire vi-hir-h the Snrnia thery Elables. here lasl liiRtit. Other bnildlnea were Eavet "rilh diCltnlly. Tolal dainaee. SI5 000, partially covered by insurance. Story of Mexico Today, as Told by ihe Bulletins n-ili -contcnl Itself wlih holding thc cnstonii hovisc nl Vera Cruz, coKect- Ine iiild preventing shipments of arnl3 from reaching Ilnorla.. Tamplco is ihc noxl poir.t rt has not yet been decided ivhr-tl-.cr n hlockade will ir.ainlain- there, or the custom house sckcil. Tte p'ajsagc of resolnllon ill ess has given the President ihfl f-eling that lie If justified in poiiv.: rnrlhtr 'nlicad now ivilii Elcpi1. bill he 'n-ants lo Invc the full effect of ihu of Cruz im- presr.eil upon Iluc-rla wllh Ihe thai he maj- he hrousht (o terms with- out plniiKili-- Into armed conflict. FLKTC.IIKn'S IIKPORT OF SB1ZL1IIF, OP VEHA CItUZ U'asliln-lon, D.C., April Answer Accumulation of Knotty Questions at North Lethbridge Voters Meeting j1 ostcd volera nnd liurg- dWl I'ino Siiare. ir, j grtuxTlti a 'cw ilaj't aso. where, h? ill flic I'a.l.uc in rooms. Thronged to Ihc doors with Inter-tadminlslrallon. lie claimed thai Mr. grojnd dial Ihey raisht hear the Tracy had violated the ultcii lauor wishes on all qucsllons. law, la'thai hc had signed a contincl I That was why Ihcr hfld. decided to In 'a foreign caimlrf, ft contention cot-1 submit tho lihrnry, the city markcl. Mr. [larclay 1 llic one-man c.ir ?y3lem, and all there I the fiisl slops ol thc United Stales C.30 p. nl. t'ruz eva-; ir.ken to Eulidiio Huerla, ly Ilia or- cualcil tiv Mc.tfcan Fciltials.. Jlcsi- der !o seize Vera Cruz port, inncic by can Iroops were shelled oul oi po- Admiral Kielchcr Tollows: silion. I1. S. loss, -1 marines killed, j "Tuesday, landed maiIncs.and sail- 21 wour.acd...Mexican loss, 150 kill-' ors from battleships Utah and. Flor- eil ar.rt wounifeil.' Ida, and transport Prairie, ar.d ielzeil S.fli) a. m. Wednesday. custom house. Mexican forces did llurrla has rcqucslcd Am- oppose landing, but opened (Iro Charfjc.d1 AITaircs lo with- infantry and artillery nl.lcr our from Mexican Ot cusloin house. I'riilrio ......nc d' Alearii at Wash- Mexicans out ot lliclr posl- ington has been instructed by llucr- Desultory firine from .houao la lo icqrail his passpoits Iroin (0ps custom house lltyan.' This is -consider- Of city In vicinity iit slaleil criliN draw cd Ihc last sler heforo a of war. dcfinilc. anil consulate. Amcriiaii lor .1 hinfi siiid '.i.oy were kilf'ri io '1 Kc lay 11 Ihr a'.l 'J'iK- pnir. of lhat ever f'-r 1.11 Ij.- rior.ujl. people. .Truly KiJht'isco Maricjo T.'ii': Sie'.rajcil and im more 'ovahle man fur lived Ih.tn I'ailre (ll-.c.little haling LNfi.d.sli'-d, Tel hr uai no (irw.ird. KAT.M, KIIIIOH He maflr- fatal rrror wlien he lalltd lo liaic t'elix shot. s.ild when nr, his slnfi and fririirfs in council, advis- ed iili.i lo Jn so. tins had hluc-ilslinl I have no 'tin I'ate nimrrlj. a aH'l B-.iasio-i. control. non-corhbalanls s'.alsJ III cojilirenclng his ad- ilo anything .during Iho balance of papers publish to' I5D were compelled lo Bland Ih'rdush- as it appeared in Iho Her-i collccllon or nol! iK.l wfts'' rre.ilcil be- llic whole" and non'i'ald r.onie lime. ago. Tile. Mayor prov-i 3. NIC Comnilssltmcri think II.' anil Ic'L Ihc lull linlll all WPS ovor. cd very panuisr n.isaker, and when wlen lo rclaln Ihe services of Ihelr) r.-.tl I'ibl Iho (onuer There nothing parlltulatly nen' be ail finished was elvcn a rounrt of Pnbllrlly n-hen Ihere j v ol Hi-; rlly of Mex- divulged, hi.l rajnj matlerr, curnp up arpla'jso. IE so little. chanPc of lib liclnr ahlcl lip slvpa !hc 9lorv to tin; for dlfniFslon. nnd were Ihorougii'y: aflrr rw-' Ihrethcd mil pro and con. drtes Uiat Ihe commissioners wcro Ills i llarclay, nirrahpr dohit th.'lr Miy lieft lo ccrvo Hie 3. Do the Comralssioucrs think it Summln- u'i Ihe-crisis, Oon.-alez of Ihe Socialist party on tbe'north lient" Interest of llio city, :nn Ihp.t wiao (o keep up a Cily Vand at Iho I c-lntc? tliaflln'iiiU woilhi sell Ihe prt- tlilo, and rlghtcr 'of rnosl of.'lSs Ills :TI Hie measure thai they were cosl. of betwppn JiiO.Oll and ?70.00 a, sidenc.r Tor d'f.cp criilavoi, or five of many n rp.lcpnycr, was jlvtn Ihe sided Ihc peoi-lf. could they ren- when Inrii'ji-iiifcnl hands j rents. lie rrrOlcls Ilinl oilhtr plalforr.i for n few nwmonla at Ihs Ihc Im: of their ahllily and ter-'coujd supply more, concerts for icss Hi-'n di! 'or Pedro l.asciirlan btglanlnp of Ihe mj'.-llnK. -Mr. Hsr- vice, lie declared Iliat Ihe estimates reoneyT will In Ihe next t.rcBldcnt gf the rif- clay's chief source of .In' fpr' this year h.iil hecn pared lo Ihcl 4, We believe Mr. Harprr turneil rn conncclloii the olflce ol iho In- last nickel, and that thc lo Iho clly thirty-four Instru- Ihe "De; M.nncs" at thai port. TO 1D.0.1 a. m.-Consnl Canada reports Vpra Cnii nhollv under American TAKV- m BRA were Anril forcsments from near-Admiral Uad- ..u-.gtr's fleet wer6 landed (oilay nt-Vtr's that Amcricau Charge d' Al- '.Ciui under Ihe Suns of American' war- lailrs h.ls been M In "MiiK 'he entire flir al Mexico Cilf. The As- ot Vcra Criu' according to o.llclsl OUR ot hrolliers 14 tho duElrljl .Commissioner. He thought It' economy vould be In order mend. AF only sevenlecn Inslru- fililoi- o! Kl Mbc-rnl, a at nn cnllrcly wrong Idea Ihnc the com-' lo avoid creating clo'lclle The com- monls ivcre loaned- lo the Snlvnilon Mal.imorla: his futlicr fell nenr rjiisaloners nholild nllow wortilngnitn nllssfo'ncra were nol doing anylhlng Army, what has become of. other liuihua: his mother died nl Vancou- (o suffer the axe, and that thVfe wna Ihnt at nil arbitrary, hut wcve seventeen? I vcr, and IB llvlnt In Tows, too much officialdom lo rjlhe'r" keeping tht-lr cpra to (ConllnucJ en i'atc sotiatcd I'rras cannol- confirm rinior. p. ot Ktate auvlccs to the navy QftKKTKD 11V FI11I-; FROM SXII'linS' j mi shows ovr.r O'Khaugi, Vcra April rrssy from wlioiii hf has nol from thc American lleet j tinder ISadger, were 3.03 offices have! K.rnclccl with from snipers bren oprr.cd.at Kaglp.l'assf ur.d olh- when Ihe boaU approJchrd cr Mexican hordcr poinls, Mexicans al liaU-past fcur o'clock thin' T.oin- believing war wilh U..K. is iurnhjliis- ncnl, .ICoollBseJ on pate y, ;