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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ft C. N. I A.1C1NVOYS POSTPONE OPENING NEGOTIATIONS UNTIL WED. MAY 20th i Says Gen! Maas Disobeyed Orderi at %ra Cruz TAMPICO IS QUIET; FEDERALS RETREAT p: C', he opening of'negotiations of .the South mediators in the Mexican controversy at .Niagara Kails On tario was 'today postponed until Wednesday, 'May. the Stall Of partment announced. The sessions .were originally scheduled .to begin Jloitdav. May 18.' MAAS DISOBEYED OHDI RS San Francisco, Cat., May 15-Ihat Provisional President Hucrta had is sued specific orders :lo-General (.us tav'Maas -commanding the forces at'Ycra lo offer no op- position1 tp'lhe landing oi'-Ameiicins there, and urders nen dis obeyed bv "General Maas on- his n respolisib'iirj.y is statement ed'for today, by '-li Demorelos, a Mexican architect on his arrival here from Vera'Cruk: via New. Orleans. "I had confidential information, said IJEiiiorclos, 1-IiicrH liid General-Blamiilo, 'Minister of War, had Maas not to re Eisl the American occupation but to retreat with his men to the hills. '.'i talked with' Maas on the even- ing of told mo .he had received' such.orders and that they had biR he Eaid, 'l.-amf-going notwith- On receiving news oi the Admiral; Flcfcho'r'j mr line's lleil at -nine o'clock' oh- of April, leaving-.'his sword, :flag, decorations and personal-effects, iir his residence." Dcinoreles is -accompanied by his wife: They remained in Vera. during .thcr-.n'ghlirigi'' leaving there May :t on the Norwegian steamer for Nev Orleans, arriving here lasl night. After Maas' flight his. daughter ..genora. of uiuiuuio .mo Optimistic coniiitioli for export, or for local mutual'interests through publicity, oi .ed that the well _ htcr ,v home market at good the communities visited as well: as two hundred bar- WJU be mnrte avaliaDic for all the home valley. It is. the feeling of .cl ___ -igain it might be tnat. can be produced on those behind it that it will a rery much more. irrigated lands, and with the better understanding oi thc wondcr- The value of this'oil, is about nine advantage of bavins the ful possibilities of the west, and a iollnrs per barrel, according to tbe on the land, returned better' set of citizens all around. Ml. .r FR- il._ it. lllnc tH'Inl-f 111 It OnmUlllet WHt- d statement belter'set of citizens all aroi of Mr. Chapin, 'wno re- that produced it, thus Stuart states, in a pamphlet writ- strengthening the ten by him that the trip, rightly con- Dll iclllm) ducted, would mean-more to a high Every farmer on C. P. R. land in school student than a whole year of the soutli country, should get busy college, wort. statemen o marked that he would bo glad to pay maintaining and that price for every barrel of oil that soil fertility. they could produce. This means that although only two hundred barrels per day is obtained from the Dingman well, It will p: '.o a well in the Cali- send in his request for THREE SPECIAL .CARS i worth of live stock. It will help him j At least three special cars will he ducc oil of a value equal to a three j O'nt jt will hclp ttv country. included in the requirements. One will tlicusai'.d barrel fornin Held. The.'oil is coming with a pressure of gas behind it, n an( w nc Rutherford, on his last visit contain exhibits and complete infor- to this city, stated that if thc re- niation. regarding San Jose and the quests for live stock from this dis- .valley in which it lies. A general out- whicli werc sufficient, the company .line of the trip is as follows: froi" west-hound train on the Toledo, St. would establish a distributing static via.AVa'ila: Waliii, lin the town say the; One of the bridge, Re-iUoUd 'Seore- B. C-. PIONEER LADY DEAD Woman Hotelkeeper of Kraa. B. C., Died in Victoria Fernie, May funeral of Mi Mary Palmer Mil take; place from Christ's Church on Friday at 2 o'clock. The deceased was a pioneer settler ot lirltlsh Columbia, having been in thc hotel business at' Krag for.the past nine years. She had been 111 for somo months and had gone to Victoria for treatment, where 5 lie died. THREE KILLED WHEN AUTOMO- BILE COLLIDES WITH TRAIN ON CROSSING St Louis, Mo., May per- sona, were killed at Kaufmann, TIL, eleven miles east, of Edwardsville, today, when, an automobile in which they'were riding was struck by i their getting in, and they do not orgel lhal iir. Rutherford sheep, as the only ade- quate remedy for the weed situation up to Calgary today. The ground all around the drill house is saturated with oil, and be- cause'of InllnmmaWo nature of the fluid guards have been placed j jlTjsalcd district. around the works to prevent the pas- "of visitors, who might drop iiEhted matches and thereby cause an jxplosibn. In order to avert such a calamity the gas at Ihe well has been ex- tinguished. to town last Mr. Olngmari wont night, before ho became aware ot the extent of tho discovery. Mr. Cunningham Oeti Word trip would include .nearly every 'Industrial centre, of, importance i in tlie give the students a in some of the oil properties, spoke chance to observe, it" first'hand, its over tlie Ion.? distance telephone this 'mines, ship-, afternoon with lir. AlcLaws, one of i pinj-. and transportation the directors of the Dingman com-' fhe character, of its citizenship, all pany.'who stated'that tlie strike at i coiild close'range. Har- tho Dlngman well bad sent the whole bor improvcments.'irrigationVand re- town wild'wltlr excitement. It was ;clainhirbB project's aiid 'coriservatio'ii at first reported that tho we'll was a prrVjIems Kill lw investigated, and the ......'--J denied by Mr. j single' lux, municipal 'ownership and gusher hut this was guser u s S.ti Word McLawa, whoso report coincides in otter ecoawnle and commercial Mr F A 'Cunningham, who Is Ifij every, detail with, that published to- tlons will ha atudied. tub city" today and wuo is laurelled day, (CottinuM w mobile slop near the crossing as il the driver was looking out for a train. Then the automobile started. The'dead all lived in Marine, 111. The dead are John Stuckwisch, Mrs; John Stuckwisch, Oscar Maurcr, bro- ther of Jfrs. Stuckwiscn. CONAN DOYLE TO CAMP, THIS SUMMER IN ALBERTA London, May Arthur Coil- an Doyle, the famous author, sails, for Canada next week. He bom Montreal via Ihe Grand Tranty 1'iiclfic to Jasper .Park in'the Rock, Itt where ho intends camping out irith Col. .Maynard Rogers, whom lit! first-met during ;