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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SOt THE LBTHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD MAY 8, 1915 MORNING'S SPECIAL EDITION OF THE HERALD vC 600 ARE REPORTED Washington, D FLASH-The United States government has asked Germany for an explanation of thejinking _Lusitama. __ OFFICIAL STATEMENT ISSUED THIS MOBN1WJ.SAYS PASSEKGEBS AND CHEW OF LDSITANIA ABE DHOWN- rr, TOTtt 600. IK THE SATED ARE LADY ALLEN, OF MONTREAL AND OTHER PROMINENT PEOPLE BnllcL tbto the pn.ta.Mutl.. are tint 1000 to 1200 ami (he Lnslhrnla have tamHcd. Eltot Alfred lng Mr, W. P. -srt Mr, 0-g-r. K. They wer. on "T j Other, been turd are Mr. mrf CHantrer anj babr of Nelson, ...d Mr. ana Mrs. Bailw, of -B. C. May S.-At least hindna lives lost ,vheu the Cunarder giant, to-poloed by a German oO the south coast ol Mumter, t the following from Copenhagen: Berlin newspapers print the news of the sinking of the Liulfcmla in naval policy. The Mission is that England has got what she deserves. through the world as the sinking of the Mama. aerlmnph naval policy. The Mission is that England has got what she deserves. _ ITALY DECIDES TO ENTER THE WAR London May S-Frora an entirely tnutw wthy source it is asserted that Italy's definite action to enter the Avar has now been taken. GRAVE COMPLICATIONS WITH U. S. was been PEOPLE ON BOARD New York, N.Y., May per- toni notable in the buiintu or social life of New York city wtre among those whose names were missing from the list of survivors of the Lusitania made public by the line here and at Queenstown. Of those not reported as being sav- ed, Alfred G. Vanderbllt is one of the most- widely known. Inheriting the bulk cf the estate of his father, esti- mated at and he is one of the wealthiest men of New York. Mn. Vanderbllt, at her hcme here, was trying to obtain news that might show that her husband was caved. Elbe.-t Hubbard, editor of the Philis- tine, author of essays and a publish- er at East N.Y., is known throughout ths country as Fra Elber- tus He intended to conduct an Invest- igation of the war, and was accom- panied by Mrs, Hubbard. Charles Fronmin, theatrical mans Sar and producer, whose name has not sen given as a survivor, was a pas- CJUrlee.Klein, one of the bestknown pliywriters, also accompanied Mr. Frehrnan. Among others whese namss had net (wen .included In the Hit of survivors, Commander J. Foster Stackhouie, retired, who started for Eu- In connection with work for the ruler commission. A. L Hopkins, president of the New York News Shipbuilding and Dry Docks Co., whQ was said to have 3one abroad on a business trip in connec- tion with shipbuilding. C. Chever Hardwlck of East Orange, N.J., of the firm of Burr Hardwiok, importers. Gerald A. Letts, an importer and dealer In antiques." Herman A. Myers, head of the feath. er importing house of' H. A. S. Myers. Dr. F. S. Pearson, president of the Pearson interests, who sailed with his wife for a visit to England. Dr. Pearson is interested in Mexican rail- ways. Regina People Safe Regina, Sask., May Regina people on bok.-d the Lusitania are safe. Rev. H. t. ana' Mrs. Gwyer are men- tioned in the list of survivors wired from New York. Mrs. E. L. Middle- mast has cabled her husband from Queenstown, that she is safe. Mr. H. R. FrosV of this elty has received a cable from her husband, saying he is safe and well. Wsstern Survivors Winnipeg, Man., May the lat- est list from New York of survivors ap- pear the names of the following west- ern Canadians: Dadd, Miss Dorothy (probably Miss Dorothy of Edmonton. Ellis, John, of Edmonton. Freeman, John, of Kamloops. Owytr, Rev; H. L. and wife, of Sas- WESTERN PASSENGERS ON BOARDUJSITANIA Winnipeg, Man., May 1 ey, Victoria, B.C.; Mrs. Butler, Vancou- ._______i uar- ftamoa 'V H Pomnhpll to the list of passengers at the office of the Cunard Line in Winnipeg, there were HO westerners on board the Lus- itania: two first-class, 120-second and IS third. The list follows: P. W .Hawkins and.H. A. Morrison, Vancouver. Mrs. A. H. Adairs, Miss C. Barber, Mrs. G. C. Seattle, Allan M. Seattle, .Taines Beaumont, A. H. Adams, Miss Bourthe, H. B. Bullen, Mrs. H. S. Burden, Master S. Burdon, Mrs. M. Cox, Desmond Cox, James H. Hals, D. Griffiths, Misa G. Hull, Mr. Jones, Owen Ladd, Miss Lawrence, Mrs. R. Mathews, W. I. Ritchie, Mr. Sandells, Miss Shaw, F. Twigg, and Mr., and Mrs. Ernest Thomas, all of Winnipeg. A. E. Johnson, Calgary; Francis John Lufcer, Saskatoon; D. B. Wil- liams, Edmonton; George Harrison, Fernie- J. Boyle, Smith, Prince Rupert; Wm.. Bennett, Prince Rupert; R. Williams, Cal- gary; Wm. Phillips, Lochearni George Barclay, Winnipeg; D. Barrow, Maple Creek; Mrs. p. Borrow, Maple Creole; A. Jenkins and N. Steadfast, Nanalmo, B.C.; Miss V. James, Edmonton; a. R. Blackburn, Victoria; Matthew Babbi, Heetea; Calgary; Jno. Ellis, Edmonton; Mr. and Ferri'h and infant, Penlicton, B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman, Kaniloops, B.C.; Frost, Reglna; Rev. H. L. and Mra. Groyer, and J. A. Haynes, Sasliatoon; Miss Adams, Edmonton; Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Bailey, Nelaon, B.C.; Ball- ver; Mra. Barnes, Miss T. S. Campbell and Miss A. jr. Campbell, Calgary; Cattin Catley, H. Chantrey, Nelson; Mr. and Mrs. W...Clayton; Miss Allan Crosby, Miss Annie Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. Pelle and Infant, all of Vancouver; Walter Potter, Cal- gary; Mrs. Pye and infant, Edmonton; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Robinson, Vancou- ver; Rev. H. W. Simpson, Rossland, B.C.; Mr. Smith and Mr. and -Mrs. Stocks and child and Mrs. Janet.Stev- enson and child, Victoria; G. M. Smash and R. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Turpin, Vic- toria; James L. Ward, Saskatoon; Chas. Warman Warring Weir and R. W. Whalley, Victoria; Mrs. N. Wick- Vancouver; P. Wilson, Moose Jaw; E. ilson, Edmonton. MAJOR KIRKPATRIOK IS PRISONER-OF-WAR Toronto, Ont., May Major "A. E. Kirkpatrick of the Queen's Own, fci> merly reported wounded and missing, Is a prisoner in Germany, but safe and well. LATEST TYPE GERMAN SUBMARINE R E 0 ROSE IE A ;