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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOI.UMK VII. LKTHBRIUGE. ALBERTA, FKIDAY, AI'Kii. 21. 1911 NUMlUMt 113 I TMC ft HILL ENTIRE" FTFTH TNF ANIIRY BRIGADE HURRIE TO VERA CRUZ TO REINFORCE BLUE Library, Water Meier, One-man System and Markel to Go to the People MONEY BYLAWS NOT READY YET How the United States Will Conquer Huerta If the Worst and Sea Invasion Unless Ihc City Sulicllor has ol thu money bylaws rc-ady so to Hie peoidi within leu days, and n nattily s-cnis Hkc-ly that he a, Illi-y must first be advcrlised tot tlic cuntmissloiitrs cr.'.l >'or a referendum vou- on t if II bi-a'Y the market, tin; uno mai fctrccl system, 1'Ut no'i the le-fi Imi'Ortaul. the imxh Ltl vi; ler mc-t'TB. T' decision practically Mrl' i-tl at today, "but will 1.3 finally sc tied in all Us details on Monday. lSi.-1'jrls tlie of Marc Fhc-.v that Hie Flreel car system lo r'ver Ihe cci. do not lliiuk it I del.iy in doins anything that ci this I-.S5, and so the dcL'Ulcu to l-i vol.? '-'.ar. readied Ti'cre is :ioi irucli hope- thai II bylaw covului; capital rxpenditlll including the for 'water ini CTP, will be rc-ady for tome lime anil the Mayor though! il wise to j take a rilebijcllc on Ihe lm il tbe doddud tliat they do not want Uie meters. It will, not U iiec'rsssry lo' prepare- and submit tho bylaws. i A statement of the expenditures cf Ihe Public Works n.jj l-'injucf. do VarUr.ents the first ruiailor cif year) reached officn thli stalemuits. i-rei-jrod. so the can keep a closii T.-niph nier-their departinenls.'EO that exceeded, and further deficits' crt-aled In cur- rent account. nii.aiiinopriation of sneal EO far Ibis year S1M.3" on lo.i- 'p.vai'iS. water, eonlinKonc-leii. Adar.u i'ark. Gall I'arli, Vielrrin Pnrii, Hen- teoticn uf uarliauicnl lo tte cvcln- sion of iit'ner business April S, terminated this mornina. clos- ini; si me, which ca'.ue at 1.15 o'clock, was the diusion on amcndnient inoiril by Sir early in the ar.d which uas reject- ed by a vote uf SE lo -lli, a govern- nicnt'inijnrity .if U. i Amendment follows: "That Mr. i Speaker do not le.ive tbe ciiair, but- thai it he resolved that this House is oi (he npinicin lhat, IB view oi prevailing rc'onomic conditions of rfjtitry, il is advisable to place, wheat, wheat products, and agricul- tural iuipU-nients on the free list, and lhat, without duinp; injustice, to any cliis, steps should he taken to alle- viate the cost .if living by a'conud- r.ilc removal of laxation." Wilfrid moved this amendment ibiliietl at Cnlvcston and ailcr 3 M an hour anjl a half. lie accused ihe government ol fail- ure to make any effort, to deal with ior GRAPHIC STORY OF PLIGHT OF AMERICANS i c'itv while sanads patrol the slrwls. ,pines. the total iorce w: short r.MH.' ipioiawTwiil reach men. The equipped with MI1AUOO nlCCI A MIUTAIIV M wheat would le of great benefit to the. west and the country as a HON. Jill. KOSTER KEPUES Foster, who replied, 'rtcath lor thc Americans." An American jewelry store discd hyevern- bued con, National railroads aad the i llaihvay company immedi- O'SIIAUOUXESSY WKST JMcMcanUai Nelson O'Shanghnessy, the .Ameri- can Charge U1 Afiaires Lieutenant without latin? any actioii. Howan, oi the .navy, and Captain! William A. Huniside, oi the army, I MvttMAILK ur [lurRTA v.cre ti' Icivc'on Tliursrlay night fur The. American lrading-Am-l Atllt Manzanillo oa the IMrific coast, un-.wican hostelry, and the olTices of the could super- assumed by General Pancho ma, m the towns along the border were prehcnsive, ami the department re- orders v. _.. for addi-i The'. lo date.- KlaniX r.l JSI.S borrowed frnm the for (T.'rrcr.l ncrcun'. owr: wny. and fini'l Hi.: only h vhnlfivci IF tn OoficU. v.-iiich is Ilii." > to nacii iter sperial wilh Vrovi- sional rrcsiiienl Huerta. CAIJBKK r.Xl'lTF.MKS'T In'imediately after of thc la Jlcvican Herald were closed, owing that the arms and atnrauni- to the threats of the mob to burn J-. KCCnilv permitted to enter, them, and murder their occupants. eiven np. This was in re-- IIUK.IITA'S FIXE HAND talialicn [or the seizure of Vera C'uz probably acting by the American fleet. rom the Mexican Sov, ceivM and his aides sunned all inionnation liy dusk, a mob had assembled in j TRULY 1IUEKT1STA i: to male the journey from Mexico front of the American club, where dispatches' announced that' City to Vera were many they smashcd.windov.'s and hqvvlra the Ffderal troops Imd a great delays but no mishaps. PULLED SENATOR'S NOSE Old English Custom Revived by N.S M.P., .FoMowIng 1 Halifax, April 2l.-j-Follo-.vhis ]jictnreeqile .old enstoin, II. II. lluttF, Coiiservallvt1 of Ihr: Scotia -lesislalilre for Cape Hrelon, imlilinly jullnl and tnlslcd Ihe HOEC cf Senator Dennis in relnlla- liori fur a personal attach on him in the Stumor's" iKijrrr, tlK! livening llail..' Tlio affair look iihi.n lit Ihe chamher. GREEN'S WIFE KILLED HIM IN SELF Iteporls from Adtn'ral Iladgcr, how- said that the forces now in Vera Cruz bliould be able td with- stand any .Meantime, "Kornie II ail- 'iniiiiest, held' Thursday "by MACOUN FIRE VICTIMS LAID TO RESTp krally was nn.ierslond that .10 olfcn- sivc operations he underlaken Prolably thc saddest arid most attending school at 1'incher Creek, territory controlled by llio touching luneial service ever-held in and Mr. ('has. llocbhaus, the hus-.rjunstiluliotiatisls al this time, ttils city, took- pjacc this band ar.d father. 'plie naval appropriation bill carry when tli'c late Sirs. Charles Hoehhaus The nallbearns [or tlic mother 'ing ar.d providing lor and her 22 year old daughter Kmma, Wftc-. Hants. V.'. F. McMahoii, Thos. ibo building oi two new batUe-ships were laid lo rest simultaneously in -Kenr.criy. J. A. Krifzwisir, now' is undfr cnnsideration in the Catholic crrrrteiy. Coollins, M. McMahoii, and Thos. House. Secretary Daniels said today HoITi awe victims oi the terrible tjuinn, and lor (he dnughter. Messrs. that he had no fear of an attack oa Juat as the was jo- Inij to press, it was fiaslnd over thc vrires lhat the Mc-xi- con I'cderals were tiring c-n a lown on the herder line. Just notllt oi Sal- lillu, and not fur' from tho eablern (.oabt of the Oulf of Mexico. quantities to1 a country which also line a large surplus oi that product. "RE1J" MICHAEL, KHEIO TRADEH Dr. Clark, v-lra spoke in the even- ing, agreed with his leader as to the neressiU for an increase in produc- tion and for providing markets. Ho accused the Minister of Finance with having (ailed to act as ''the watch- dog of the treasury." Oa the con- trary, he haii stnod by the treasury and invited bis colleagues to come, along and dip inlo it. The result was needy and borrowings. (Continued on O'Shaugknessy Leaves Mexico City Before the U. S. Embassy Bums JUDICIAL DISTRICT LiVely to Be Announced J. .Manaffy Meniloned as Hal, Alln.. April Is eMicclcd Iliat tbi; wmlncial EDV- cinnien! will shortly annnnnc" Ihe formnllon .of n Mfdlflt'C lint Indklal ilislrlcl. J. J. Mahaffv. of (his cily, RACING AGAINST FIRE Reddlfr Minert Trylna to Beat Fire J Haling Its Into'.Coal. Mine i i IleiK-1il'i Alia., feel below the surface, on Iho west slope, of tbn coal mlno of tho Kcdclilf Hvick ft Coal Co., tiierc Is a mining crew working nlcht and day in a race 10 head off n smouldering fire, that in eating Us way into liic mine, S.'M. Mayo, ol lloquin, Wash- in Tater for over a year, and at I KU1U. AMhUtAN ineton Mrs. Durnetl, of Ta- (irassy Lake-.for three years. Knimai.IKMIhS IN all and brothfrs-ln-law was Taernna, -U 1'aso, .lews. April 21-tthilr LI( Mrs. Hoclihaus .her daughttr Get-: and was 22 years old. The family warships were plowing two _occans had gained m.itiy friends in their and MCIC I'.MUIIIC, iu: inc. shott residence in the country, anrl