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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. I.KTIIIiRHHiE. ALHEKTA, TKIDAY, I'KIMUAHY 27, 1'JJ 1 CENTS NTMHER OG A CYCLONE AT MIDNIGHT DEMOLISHED BUILDINGS AT CLARESHOLM Rebel General Has Consented lo Allow llie Authorities to View the Remains BODY AT CHIHUAHUA British Consular Representative al El Paso on Mission Washington, D. C., Feb. lul Letchcr telegraph Secretary Sryan today thai General Villa permit two Americans, two British. anJ two members of the family ol WHlfam S. Benton to vTew the body of the dead ranchman. It is assum- ed that the body Is at Chihuahua city. Consul Lelcher also reported iiiat General Villa would permit two physi- cians to accompany the American and British representatives and members of the Benton family and that he would furnith transportation and ac- commodation for atl of them. British Consul at El Paso El Paso, Texas, Feb. jlultjvest Tvas nanifcplcJ lierc today in the mission of Charles Perceval, the IlrltJBb Consular representative ul who arrived here last night to assist In the turesdgalion uf the execution by General Villa nf j WiUiam S. Rrntoii, a British subject j George C. (.'arolhcrF, special fif-the State Department at Washing- ton, expcctoil lo leave lie re today for Chihuahua to arrange me nls inr examination of" Heiilon's body, J make lim triii on a railroad mot- hr-d riven velocipede.. A DUKE PRESENTS FIRST AID TROPHY Oiit.. l-Vn. or Uvacu'i mid t'iiv I'liief uT -TO ln-ry tyilay. 'i'o- ihcy reeciu-d at the IsunJs of Mb lloywl HlyliiiLVJ. ihu UHJ Duke ul ihc Aid Trujiljy won hy thu fire iti wliclc of Canada, wch of the leain rceeivng :i jjohl stlcl: ['in fioin (he [AID DiiliniMPC A mu uuiLUiiiu Allegations Made by Him About Hon. Sydney Fisher Caus- cd a Row OR. W. S. RAINSFORD This iiiclurc vras Uihf-n al the tiinf ivy3 Kt'. James Ciiibodral In FORECASTS .'EARLY' ELECTION Chamberlain Thinks it be Forced by Home Will Ixmdon, Fob. lain, speaking' at Uininnghhm uight, salt! Uiai (Ic-si-iiG -ninJMin- liana to Hit contrary, he tol'ievcd tlial n genenil.oledion woulil come earlier than their opponents '1'lic said, liail never opposed local Imt the setting up iff a separate at Dublin T.as miite .anoilicr matter. m ANARCHISTS IN PORTUGAL ARE MAKING IT HOT Madrid, Feb. Spanish government has received informa- tion that an important revolution- ary movement 5s in progress In Portugal. According -to an an- nouncement made 'today by the Spanish under-secrttary" of state for the interior, a condition of an- 'archy exists throughout Portugal. Every effort is beina made by the authorities here full particulars of'the occurrences in Portugal" but -liHherto it has; been" impossible to leirrr definitely ivhat U taking place as alt communica- tion, Including even wireless tele- graphy is interrupted. J. H. Mitchell Gets His Old Job as Superintendent of Parks -Old Superintendent Dis- March 1 ASKED TO RETRACT Refused anc! Invited by Sir j Wilfrid It) Repeal Outside Ottawa, which brought bauk rVeiunrlra strenuous dajs or mivjl last OUT ihr I moil's for an Lour joiUrto .liter-j fnoon. It started witli a j gradually increased in til! iVar uf quite uuusual i Damages Estimated at But Details Ate Not Yet Available FROM THE WEST Boards Blown Through Side of Residence Narrowly I, Missing Inmates iJiUiriii BARTENDER GOT OFF BECAUSE HE WAS AN INDIAN by Commissioner (Irare "at this morning's mrriing ot thc.ccun- cil the "fol! owing employees compose tiie I'ublEt: Works staff for. the year W. Harvey, temporary More- A. Adam, assistant citjv ueer. .Miss A. Sang, .Morris, sUetH'supmnlnidcul. J. H.: Mitchell, ]iaik super in tcndcM.' T. N'lven, shop foreman. H- Watson, blacksmith. C. Harding, sluif.s I'jprk. W. II. .Moore, stores ckrfc. The resolution was agreed to and iittcd mi (lie nvoMls. T. "Hartley, for the rwr.part. Kupetirilenrleiit, Kis dismissal, 1 and J. H. MiUl.rll, happening was shown on the faces of cnl in 1912, who resigned to accept Ihrn dieil suddenly, a position with the Natural "Speaker "Sprotile, Lauiier, Hughes cs department of Ihe P H. at Ulc principai filnrm algary, lias hri-n appointed to his Hands Out Written Replies to Questions Propounded in a Herald Editorial Mud Won't Bother Meters 150 GENDARMES. FIGHTING FOR THEIR LIVES HON. COL. SAM HUGHES Who "was storm centre cf House bate yesterday Maclcod, Feb. onnfam has no fault o to will, the alility or character I ...crnircs, while llwclru and Mcigfcen al- rcdinthe Tfc. with liaviiis in his oi Mr. Hartley, and simply made Ihc c Hr-nanU, a Pciuan In- char.ge cit the request cf a large appeared before Justices Heap I' Grace bpJieves in educating die lieoisU- on Uiy questions oi civic interest which come before j them from time to and in order I thai there iniplil be no uiisunder- standing whatever uboui the jiro pos- ed waipr ineteis, he has nu-1 the the. North and "won them ovtr. iiy comes to a number of questions atoul tiie meter [iro-1 posal. Tlii-sc u baiily crnslinl that; Nest locals S12 and SI I will remain In iinipiilale il close ito service altliongli the liir.L- may hu In order ma" nect 'ft-ill1. the. Snokane Mier at -Ikod. for SpOAane. Calvary or Klnion- f0n nl nie nat (or si. Paul and Minr.ofti'Olif.. j If this Is done II is nosslUo Ihal the train crrr-vs al .Maclend may <'ilie, Iranfferr'ed to t.cthbildse. There' nolhtnf dennite on the rnatlfr it uas npef In the hip. FIRST G. T. P. TRAIN KUNS OUT OF CALGARY Cnlgaiy, Alia.. Feb. srrvicrs world hc required alltr Ihc ICaslcrn Toivnships Ihal Fisher aud (ook offlee. 1 did.nol associates had "enRir.ecred tl.e Karn CliKa.KO.Keb. of dls- the ofnce hut ap.iroached on bam ramp sals" anil .iskpd l.anrifr il Elorrny rcr.ire In Cavilol mliiHon of the Kljln IIol.nl oi trade ns mornins after (t.c ar.d anything ahoul il. Sir Wiiiriil t'.as mnili' more -nii.vsnnrf.T cony v by governmental order or Ihrongh understand Ihal I was re- MM he ilid not ami again (he any mayor since. ICilmonton rolnnlary action tho director) of It fs veiy rasy (o FCC that minister io make his pliarjes u'llslde been a city. Hut no :v Ihe. organiraiion, was hinted Unlay, it js a nolilical mou-, as ciiiler.ccd houic. ;cilv. be. will ruiiiish a weekly when U became known lhat Iho jiree- hy Ihe other appointments ina'te this 'M iIonM any tenons in nvls (Jaxette.. the. public all llrst Gland Trunk Padllc mis- j nvailaMe al (lie local offices no. ed passenger train Cal- jwhrdblej have yct hccn sent oul. ?firy this morning at K' lind.crelood Ihe service will-' o'clock for Mirror. A irt-weck- istarl a'lout March 1Mb. 'y scnlpo to-be maintain. cil for the lime tr.iiiiS leaving Calgary Monday. Wed- nesday ami Friday and rctnri ent Keilernl Oranil Jury had lisleneil morning. 'Ihrre is already an assists lantry or manliness from Hftn. the to wllnt'scs In relalion lo alleged iaiil enjicftr. it il hail hccii .ll.o said Ihe Minis- fixins of bntlcr rrices. iUoutliiuctl on bavk ter.of and Hie iticide.nl closed. tbo they need to His action lias soinewlial o( ai sensation here. i ins Tncsrlay, Saturday. and P. M. G. STILL SUPREME Wcshinpton. fob. 27. Amend- mcnls lo Ihc D03t olSce l.ill to -strip' the f.ostmnbtor-Keneral, of [o 4 j ratoa and alter regulations, ol tlie ijarrel post were thrown out bjr. scunio loday. t ;