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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIPCK. AUJEBTA. TUESDAY, MAY 5. 191 i NUMBER 122 REID'S OFFICIAL r BeforeUhe People Coi-imHiioner Held inspired a full explanation, of tho proposed one man of issue is to He We electors ou Thursday, i lions Tilth othor diieetions The mat ter, which as read before the commissioners' this morning, and HM epdorfed and Is offlclallj Te- nuplloation It is intwetftng'to note several' eorrecUons'Contalned In the text. two In particular 'being in regard to wag e: paid, tho operation of Xorlh Lethbtidje rare To of Lethbndee As .to the "One man ear 'shortly to talte place, He think, in order that you raw an .intelligent vote, to explaln'now ye propose to alter and operate tbe ears" Pay At you Leave The be as follows 'be1 turned round on their trticki, making the present rear end the front, end of the car The panelling and windows on, tho present the, vestibule -will be Toramed aad ulaced in uosition on the present open aide of the vestibule The paMenieri will enter dlrectjnto the cat- through, the present evit aoor -without payini-thelr Wie. this -will give everybodv an opportumh to get their fare wady to pav as thej leave "Tte be t ed.ly atforf.under the control of and toperated bj this -Kill prevent ujone entering 01 leasing it is in-motion--------- ZONE EXPLOSION KILLS Buih Fire Reached Dynimlto Magazine and (owed 4 Panama, May 5 explosion this morning at the government or i'anunid uyimumu nusaAiiie re suited In tlie killing of eight per sons Nineteen others -were sen ouslv Injured Tho piojraitv fas destrojed 1'he explosion, was caused bv a bush fiie which made its way to the intouor of the building or the dead and most of the wounded aie fireiatn who had been summoned to coir bat the fliaics A man-and a no man who vseie witching tho from a v jtorn to pieces The concussion of the ex plosion shook the cltj In add! tion to obliteiating the magarlne, the explosion caqsed considerable property damage m the neighbor hood r _ UNCLE SAM'S BLUEJACpTSJN ACTION AT. VERACRUZ Thla one of the fint picture) to hand of fight In the occupation of Vera Crui by the United States The United Statea tailors are seen taking ahcltcr big boiler in be blown up in case of a renewal >Vi.' J k I of hostilities A late despatch yester- raliway Today', despatches day slaUd thal Genera, Maas tell of the mining of the railway be preparing to attack the United States tween Crux and Mexico City It troops with men rTbe altered to ren- Commander Evans Fetetl-Brill- lant Function Cemented Bond of Empire r KIND WORDS FROM'GUESTJ To the tunea of Lfe on the Ocean Wave and ren dered by the orchestra, the guest of the evening, Commander Evans, U N, 'took his seat at lhe dinner giv liim at Urn ALejandra Hotel tiy (tiding step iiice thf> tfelght of. the lower Step by lour or' five Inches, jnd giv e three steps instead of two is at present, the ooeninfc and- closing of the doors will raise or lower the sten Thfl present front v estibule w ill be come the rsar'vestibule and will be to accommodate those who wish to smoke, lie door will be closed and onl> used in case of emergency, it j (Continued on Pago SECRETARY IRVING OF IN RESIGNATION TODAY Y M this morn ...o .__._ jng, when'jA" J to the "Motnenin' %1 citizens of'fielifbridge? dinlne iSota at the hotel was draped off with Union, and the lable tastefully decorated asparagus fern, green trailers and roses Com mandei Evans was wearing his two Antartic medals.jnhd the: Order, of the of Honor conferred on him by the French Republic. President G R Marnocn of the Board ot Trade, was the chairman on the occasion The toasts pnprK cd weie those ot His Majesty tin- bj the chairman "Our Depart ed bv D H Eiton, 'The British Bmnire" bv Mayor Haruie, and Our Honored b> C F P Cohybeare, K.C. Our Dcparica Cwrrirido" Mr Elton referred 13 Captain Scott .13 the 'allnoTld hero" whose self sacrifice and sublime devotion to sci ence and dut .manifested that touch of nature which made the whole vvor'd kir Parapnrasing the S'eat American poet, he would with ie- gard to the hero of the Antartlo expe (Hhon that his life' would cause men tu asnlre to .-make their lives sub jime The record ot lhe tragic .ate of Captain Ccott had aet the whole world thinking With eloquent pathos, tho speaker dwelt on the ,achievements and ex ample in return and the man's gun harkeil back The second shot caught Ratelle m the arm. Meanwhile, the man'raced awav and beat Durand m the race to Augubtin? street equipment and the sate The only em plojees the Lcthbridge pjst ouitc who ire now undet the civil service are the earners The lowest wageim del the proposed sv stem for male ein- plosecs ib a month plus 'he western provisional allowance, while female clerks re-enc. at the lowest a vcar, increases being giuged upon the determination of the em- I' plo) ecs' standing on Mr Hlgmbotham states that it is 5000 Settlers Land at Quebec Quebec, May navigation season has .opened here with a great rush of immigrants, no less than hiv HIE arrncd.so far bv this seaport, and half of these in the last twenty four hours. in seven different steamers Over. landed; yesterday morning from the cabins ind of, tin, Megantic the Star Do minion liner while the Cuiiard "liner Usonia brought TOO 'more, a lew houi s later, quicMv followed h) the Allen steimers Sicihin and Grimpian with more than 2 000 newcomers, who irrived in the order named and the Donald- son Uhenia with another contin- gent of 100, the oi the Canada Itnc, hiving contu buted 750 earlier in the morning Thus is completed the enormous figure of over fi.OOO imnugrints arrived m seven ste'amers than 2-t hours. Dili, is a record for tho season, but it might be broken before the end of the present month when the fimprcss and Koyal liners will come in -two at a time with nn average of passengeifa each ready for sailing by Friday General Davis in command of the second division of the army at Tex- as, Citj, has tw o brigades, the fourtl and sixth, ready at the bugle cal to break camp and sail tor Vcra Cruz. Secretaiy Garrison has not de signated which of these mfantrj or ganizations will be sent to re-mforce Bugadier General Funster The four transports, the Mcade Summei, McClellan and Kllpatrick had swung alongside their after thc.r trip Cruz, when scores of cleaners were put to worV scourng the ships and puttini them in condition to take on trdbps. i Rolls of mosquito netting also wil DC taken to Vera Cruz to ,bc used J in keeping off the fever breeding mos quitoes after niehtiall The arm) aeroplanes have been box __..... which are- liailv- nakin? the position ot the Mexican federal troops stronger, arc known io be a source of worrv to General funston and it is understood that ho welcome orders to start for he Mexican capital at once. 1AKF TAMP1CO SAYS ADMLUVL MA10 Admiral Majo at Tampico has m- oimed the navv department that he would have no trouble in taking Tam- nco with his present forces and It vas learned today that he has more ihan once hinted in his despatches :hat it would be advisable to take such action He has now under his, command In addition to his flagship rjeb Moines. cruisers and a tor- pedo hdat fleet of nine Overnight advices to the War De- partment from Vcra Cm? were sum rhauzed in this statement by Score- received from General rituStoiP came i-jiuriiig jthe_ nigbt In it lie in conditions He1 visited the Tejar Dumping station jcsterday He re- ports that he arranging for a pro- per defense of the pnniping station, without extending our lines CH4.RGE O'SHAUOHNESST'S 'llkcl> tint Lcthbndgc will be desig- .na'ted, as a office ior a time previous to its being named a full Toronto Out, Mnv II A clts 0HiCJ> This plan is meant to TORONTO PASTOR DEAD WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND NATIONAL PROHIBITION LEFT. TO CONGRESS WARDROBE, STOLEN; New Orleans, La. Maj cans did not even except Nelson O'- Shaughnessj. former American Charge at Mexico City, in preying upon American property after the fall pf Vera Cruz Practicailj all vof the baggage of Mr and_Mrs JD'Shaughness) Stolen rronTthe special train HuertaT prov Ided for the Charge and his party to transport them to Tera he had been handed Ills passports 1 The formei Charge arrived today oil the'gunboat Yankton, and earlj in the day he and Mrs O'Shaughnessy begal) a'shopplng-iovrr is rep'ren.sh their wardrobes The Jpaity will leave tonight for 'Wasliington Wlien shown a despafca from Veia Crus saving that he had eubmitted to Washmeto- the presfderiVs re- quest a list of names of Mexicans Truo might as a council to take charge- of the government in the'rase of the downfall of General Hueria, Mr 0- Shaugjmessy said he knew nothing abo'ut it. He refused ,to discuss Mexican situation in anv of its phases CONSUL S1LLUHN MAY BE PRISONER WasKington, Mav 5 Vlamied thy APPEAL GRANTED IN FAMOUS unafllcial-roportS'that- 4cting-Amen- PROFESSIONAL' BASEBALL CASE can Consul John R Sllliman, at San Cincinnati, Ohio, May ,Lilis Potoai, Mexico, has been a Sesslons, of the United States Circuit soncr of General Mjias, Mexican Fed- Court of Appeals, announced hero to cral commandci, for two -.oUs, the daj that he had gianted an appeal In [State Department today sent urgent the Fedeial Baseball leagues case, re telegrams 01 inquiry concerning him, BAD HAIL STORM: IN LONDON DISTRICT London, Ont, May Damage which vyill nm into manv thousands of dollars, TV is caused in this district last night bv the woist bail storm in jears It was accompanied by tor rents of rain, and hundreds fields which were planted m the past few days had all the seed washed out.' her of the Eton's Christian Association', in his rrsigna- t'o" iu livsrd o Managers Mr HJS, quite un- fxpectsd.W hinf Having reached the eirs of tne'BoBrd ol Manager's, even "Mr itvmg.yho'bfftn entering with the 'hf Masacy- lard tot the adverse financial toiiilitidns and has jSiiccecdrd in plac- ing the" lmrtitul.ion In a filrly good position financially Ilr has hern an untiring norkft MCA work- all ,thc Went will 'eel his less i 'become District .1 on British sacrifice, and de: sire for attainment: (Continued ,on Presbyterian pastor church, oi1 and Dovercourt road died this morn Chalmers glve the olhcials to adjust, thei street affius hcfore the Anal change II Washington, DIG.; May 5.-.Toint re- lative to maver Killifer, which was addressed to the Brazilian o solutions pioposing amendments decided against it at Grand Rapids n Mexico City, Con_sul Miller at, 'rkhe Federal constitution to extend the several weeks aso Tampico and Consul wanna at Mon- Ing He had been 111 for a short time, j The change mnv come with the, suffering from Brlght'B disease i opening of the ncvy post ofliee, now "Mr enering SI f ,.A conatcted with Southern 01 'he Mass Ilarris Co', has Corked hard tot Bill to 'Relieve Homesteaders in Semi-arid Districts Brought in Ottawa, May conclusion of yesterday's sitting o' Houst of Commons, an Act to amend Dominion Land Act was introduced by Or Roche received Its nsco-d In committee Hon Mr Roche explain thst main feature of the bill provldsd that on homtRiad lllv purch'sed homesteads, whsre land was gaed for africultUre, Manajw tor Southern Alberta for the' provt up by ksipina a certain number of cattle, and that In Ijitt Assurance' Co to Ctajbraith, chairman of (mptlon thru Inunst nqulrsd en ths purchiH thculd undQi construction right of suffrage to women and for j nationwide prohibition were ordered SUFFRAQETTE3 SOMEWHAT reported recommendation to I .EXPENSIVE' thoHoiibe by the Judiclnrv committee London, Jla> The l by COLOMBIA-U.S. TREATY todaj This both proposals to Biltlsh insuranco companies on ac jthe House foi decision ivithout sug count of suffragette firea in the past Jgestion-! fiom the committee jvear nggregitcd RATIFIED. Bogota, Colon ola, Mav 1 treatj between Colombia and thp du Itod States, settling the long standing dispute over Panama, passed its first reading In the Colombian Senate to day. MISHAP IN INDIANA Lowell, Ind Mav No 4 of Uie.Chiiago, Indianapolis Louis tille Railroad, on route from Louis vlllej left the tracks here today None overturned One Mobilization of the National Guard May Ccpne at any'Moment Washington, May to militia organliatiens throughout country fiovarnlng a possible mobilization of the National Guard ware to all militia officers by the War Department totfuqr. Ths instructions cover particularly the financial operations incident to mablllxatlon and of securing railroad transportation. Under the the local U. S, dlrturslnj throughout country would with to tha mllltla by the va'rlout dtpartmcnt Silhman's regular post, was Sjil- lillo, but he's as transferred to San' L.VIIS Potoii in the present emergen- cy. All is quiet in Hie dis- trict and remaining there are saii to be in danger, according to despatches, to the State Depart- ment from the Branlian minister in Mexico REBELS KEEP OK FIGHTING AT TAMPICO Firing continues dailv At Tampico between Constitutionalists and Fed- eral forces, according to a report transmit tod from Admiral Mayc by Admiral Badger today Heavy were heard jcsterdnv morning The steamer Canaguey which has arrlvdd at Vera Crux from Tampico reports that Mexican Fei'fral forces at the latter port were by men last (Continued-on Page 5fl ;