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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta LETIlBlUDfiE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, MAY a, 1016 NUMBER 121 OFFICERS Great Not Brought in the Ordi- nary Way 15 MILLIONS FOR C.N. 8 MILLIONS FOR G.T, Ottawa, May got a Biirpriso this evening when the Canad- ian Northern railway and Grand Trunk Pacific loans were brought down by Sir Thomas White, minister of linance. as part of the scBSional supplementary Railway legislation is umially sivun notice by way of resolution, which ii'iist ap- pear on the order papers two dnys before discussion IB commenced in I the house. Upon auch resolutions j _________ bills are based. j The inclusion of twenty-throe mil- "Was Cleaning- Weapon When It lions in suppleuientaries, covering the proposed loan of fifteen millions to the j Canadian Northern rail way and uf j eight millions to the Grand Trunk Pacific, Was as a consequence not ffiESl MEW Berlin, by wireless to Sayvifle, Karl Llcbknecht, So- chflst leader, arrested on Mr.y 1, in connection with the May day demonstration in Berlin. IIIFIEEXPLO RESIGNED London, May JBirrell, chief secretary for Ire- land, has resigned. Mr. Birroll indicated his resignation from the cabinet by taking a corner scat behind the treasury bench when he entered the House of Commons this afternoon. t'lioe for I Second Tunnel Discovered At The Detention Camp Roused by the (faring oE The- land No. 2 camp lost out as a result, odure Olson and his five German ac-! Thei-e was more difficulty attending complices from the intornmunt camp No. 2 attempt than' in No. 1, for the lust Wednesday morning, the guards floor of Nc. '2 was much closer to the Problem Now Arises of now to Punish Serious Situation Reported From the County 'of Galway London. May Tlie question of dently a somewhat higher Blalioa what a to be done with the Sinn Fein- tlnm those landed two days aeo Somo ere who are being brought to England of thorn were intellectual wno here- in hundreds, and eventually probably tofore have been Identified mainly will number thousands, la becoming with tho Irish literary movement. uppermost now that the rebellion Is Others were clerks, sportsmen, tradm- crusliea. offlcial announcement on men or farmers. Most of thorn ap- began to get busy and hunt for other (ground nml the tlinleiilty of stor fact that complete control of the loans i vestrdav is to be retained by'the council, that bills are considered un- necessary. There can be no formal division in the house in connection with the matter, as votes in committee of sup- ply are standing votes, jtlie names of j members not bom IT recorded. Tlie j only possibility rormal division would bo in the concurrence stage. j It was explained in the memoran- dum issued by the minister of fin- ance that In both instances tho money is to be .used for "expenditure made or to incurred in paying interest upon securities .of companies." Interest is payable half yearly at the rate of six per cent per annum and loans nre to be secured by mortgages "upon the1-itfulerstakings ofjtho.fl thfe companies. I bUfyi It'1 is provided in both instances that j ticn. ;in one of the stable buildings to the to escape have been made. aftLTiioon at 130 when the northeast of the race track, quite close That Ross military rifle, which Uo haj'at; cleaning, exploded, the bullet j serves the .grounds. through his left foot just in fromif the Instep. the internes had some very 1'eiica and to the railway spur elicit method of communicating be- attempts were evidently plotted together and were supposed synchronize, but while the internes Evans was in his private rooms iJit No. 1 camp dug fast and made the iu Alberta block over the Orpin-urn tsouiwiiy, ihose In No. 2 camp were up rifle which was 1c S he did not know it. Thinking al-! Ill feet by those in No. 1. They still the The had 40 or 50 feet to dig to let them out of the grounds in safety and No. 1 camp was not willing to wait till_the tunnel was completed. So while No. and with the rille pointing fugitives made the grade the fact the iloor, pulled the trigger, that they did so guards wise went through his foot. 3 he worked tho lever throw- Ing shell from the magazine into the subject IB expressed yet awhile, peared to be greatly exhausted. Will Be Couched in Clear and Precise To Be Satisfactory tiveen camps is shown by the fact that the morning after the escape from No. 1, one of the prisoners in the States' communication "has Berlin, by wireless to Associated Press, via Sayville, May draft of the German reply to the United The expectation In well-informed quar- :ers, however, is that some of the Sorlous situation In Galway leaders probably will be shot and a Dublin, via London, May great majority of prisoners Imprisoned situation in Galv.-ay resulting tha for the duration of the war. In some j fr'En revolt has been serious, accord- quarters measures of severe repression i'JS advices just received here. On are mooted, but the general impression la that nothing will be done bavorlng of ruthlessness. All Surrendered Dublin, via London, May the orders of the day, thanking the troops engaged in tho suppression of the re- bellion here, Lieut.-General Sir John Maxwell, military commander, says that owing to the tireless efforts of the soldiers all the rebels in this city havo now surrendered. Several Hundred Prisoners Dublin, via London, May imndred Sinn Feiners have been sent in a special train under armed guard to Belfast. 300 More Prisoners Holyhead via London. May A, -j.tw ui J..H.JU11VJ1U 'Ji niu j iJLilLBti tlUUI 1UUU1IJUUUI1 llilS DtJUIl I III- officers' camp askeil one of the guards I ished The reply is subject to minor hunilred more Prisoners from Ireland. "How many got The guard j alterations which may result from ln. were wounded, wore land- He couldn't under- terchanges of views between Berlin en ear today. The prisoners include I _ _ llllmlmi. rtl' was dumbfounded. stand until after the roll of No. 1 camp had been called. The investigation .into the escape and the attendant circumstances is progressing. It is .understood the evi- dence will show that, the camps were short of guards to the number of live, all .which had.-beeii asked, for by the camp commandant the money may be used for the pur- chase of rolling stock, if necessary, nod in the case of the Canadian Nor- thern, it may bo used for construc- tion. An additional is provided [happen to cover the cost "of-inquiry and re- port on the railway situation in Can- ada." Sir Robert Borden in reply to a request made-by'the leader of the opposition, said thai the correspond- ence with the representatives of the railway companies would be tabled on Wednesday. After bills to amend the Canada Temperance Act and the Government Small Claims act had been passed. throulthe solo of his boot, through 'of the room, and deflected, [Itself jn a brick wall partl- .rge'cfowil gathered outside the bujug and Chief Hardy was llur- rlwllyJSed. He applied first aid and victim of the accident to .al. Mrs. Evans was present .s at the time the accident the -lioiise went, into committee of supply on the estimates of the de- partment of public works which had not 'been .previously passed. Good 'progress was made with a large variety of votes, and the main eutimates of the department were practically disposed of before the house rose. J. M. G Winnipeg, May a disastrous fircj which broke put about 10.30 last night, the entire block .by the Stovel Printing company, at the corner of -McDermot avenue and Ar- thur" street.Njn the heart of the busi- ness section of the city, was destroy- ed with iiu 'estimated loss of and over 400 hands thrown out of em- ployment lu kirnition to the building ami machinery the place was heavily stocked ,'-rith paper and other mater- ial used in the business, and the edi ioriiil offices of the Nor'-West Farm- er, the Home Publishing company, and the Western Home Monthly, lo- cated in tho same building, were also completely b.miett out, Tlio damage to the machinery, plant, materials, stock and supplies IB- estimated by tiie accountant of the company at. and the damage to the building at with lusur- ance on the former of and on the latter of The fire is said to'have started in a wastepaper basket "in the pr.esarnom on the ground floor. FIVE AIRSHIPS RAID NORTHWEST COAST London, May lios- ile airships attacked the north- east coast of England and the southeast coast of Scotland last night. Tho official announcement on tho raid says that the nmnts tile rnlders aniHsared uncertain, adding: liomns were dropped in blit there are no .details yet'regarding ll'.u cas- ualllep or damage JUil Was Former Employee of the With 20th Battery ;ir To Go To Edition- s'. C. Connollv iced at the .local C. P. es today (hat ChieC tirac He j0jned the 20th when the Hour would leave short- May 18th, for Ed- will fill a similar gl'dnionton division un- icGregor, C. C. Con- chief clerk to the the Cranbrook div- [thbridge to take Mr. l.re, '.me to Lethbridge 11 gust 1, 1914 Avhen ision was created ,Valker in charge. cal office and has filling u to on-of tlie various haVB in ilotioil for his services many friends ial will be very Gunner Tommy Green, of the 20th Battery, a former employee of the Herald, and who was at Taber before enlisting, has been wounded in action. His relatives live north of Tabor. Diphtheria Develops in Measles Accommodation For Measles Just Now and general headquarters. The atti- tude of Germany will be stated In clear and precise terms. The note will leave no room for doubt con- cerniug the exact position assumed by Germany which will communicate definite nature of instructions that will be given to submarine command- ers and other data-on which Washing- ton itself can Judge the situation. a considerable number of persons evi- Tuesday, April 26, 1200 rebels, ap- proaching from Cranmore Market. Cranmoro, were within three miles of. Galway when a naval vessel shelled them from Galway Bay, compelling them to retire to Moyard Castle at Athanry. On tho following day an- other naval vessel landed 100 soldiers who forced other rebels to retire to- ward that caatle. Encounters between rebels and small bands of police re- sulted in a, number of casualties. Among those arrested were Professors Stelnberger, Walsh and McEnri, all ot the University of Galway. Disorders Over Galway, via London, May orders here are over. About 100 men of the Sinn Fein who led a fugitive existence outside of Galway for a tevr Jays have been scattering to their liomes since Friday and are now being brought in and lodged in Jail. [lital was put under a form of diphtheria yesterday after- noon, all discharges were prohibited, and all attendants forbidden to leave the hospital, as a result of three pa- May Von Papen, the German wanted .by the sheriff of Pontiac, on a charge of em- bezzlement, was arrested by the city police this morning. He has a wound'on his wrist which he received j Wire from the sherie. He at first daimed to be a- Belgian but when the fmation .3 .j, i HUN Paris, May Germ- an attack in the Argonne dist- rict near Harazee was-repul- Bed with serious losses for as- sailants, the war office ariiioun- ced this afternoon. Ml Id LEADERS OF EBEL SHOT IUUUL REBELS wijoi. WUIMI iic leuaivuu London, May 3. Four signa- Calgary, May The Genera! the German" (tones to the Republican' procla- tal was, ut under a form of uaran- P in Ireland have been Gunner Green was a sergeant in the tjfnta showing symptoms of diphtheria old 25th Battery, having taken a course at Kingston in the spring of 1914, prior to the war. He stood second in Ca- nada ia the artillery class at that war broKo out, and went over- that unit last summer. r aSeTt 'tried by court martial and found' guilty, and were shot this morn- that he was German, he admitted it. A neat little vest pocket camera was the articles taken from him.. KILIS FORM Drilling in the L. H. D. syndicate wells south of .Cardstun. is progress- ing favorably according to word brought to the city by J. P. Booth, rt'ho is in charge of the work. No. 1 well is now down about inQO feet. No. 2 is making rapid progress though t has been drilling through The measles ward of the isolation hospital is also under quarantine for diphtheria, and there is at present no public hospital accommodation for measles in Calgary. As a result of tho report of this serious state of affairs by Dr. Fisher, j the hospital superintendent, the hos- pital hoard last night authorized tho superintendent and the house commit- tee to take steps immediately to pro- vide necessary accommodation for measles 'discs applying for accommo- dation and to talce every step neces- sary to have this accommodation thor- oughly satisfactory'. FRENCH LAND FORCE May trouble is reported to have occurred in Berlin and elsewhere in Germany on May Day" says the Amsterdam corres- pondent of the Exchange Telegraph Company. Vast crowds composed, for the most part of women, laboring classes, clamored for peace- Th damaged in a with a submarine. forth to complete the regiment May 15th. Miss Viola Singlinger narrowly es- caped a serious accident last night when she was violently thrown from a buggy. The buggy pole snapped, frightening the team, which became uncontrollable. Miss Siuglinger waa fortunately thrown clear of the :rig, but was badly bruised. Dr. N. T. Beeman was Immediately summoned, and afterwards stated that there were no bones broken. Mrs. Hyrum Karren, mother of P. W Karren, is visiting with friends, and relatives, having travelled over 1000 miles from Lewiston, Utah, to'at-, tend the given in honor of the soldiers Friday night, 35 per cent of Hit C1 seeding Is completed, and farmers APPEAL OISMISSED scarcely appreciate the Ottawa, May appeal in the Southern Alberta Land Co, vs. McLean Rural Munlc'I- "Did you tell Messrs. Russell nnlity, waa dtsmtfsed Harris that absolutely no advances costs by tho supreme, fcourt had ever been made save on brasa cartridge "NoJ I Only referred to Canada." of Canada today. scarcely appreciate the copious ,-rains of the last few days, on account ot ambitious desires to push seeding op-' eratlons WILL PROTEST SEIZURE" Mexico Cltj, will protest the seizure of the power schooner. Oregon in the guir of: loSv- er California by the. cruiser er ;