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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta OIL FEVER AT MACLEOD; RUSH TO FILEON LEASES IN MUD LAKE DISTRICT Load Land Office Scene of Rush-Country Well Combed Over OPTIMISM PREVAILS The oil has, again reached Lelhbridge. Although the choicest of the most likeH bearing leases in the bndge dibtnirt, Bin! on Mveial months ago, just after the flist boom at Cilgin, the land office tho scene of Mild confusion for a time this, morning Several eager from Macleou have faith that their district will prove very popu- lar with the oil men in short time, it is expected that drilling will be general all tbc south, and un- der this coin ict ion they motored in from Jlaclec 1 tins morning and filed on leases in the Mud Lake district, north of .Macleoii. Iho oountry around Lundbrcck, drilling will commence within the neit thiru da) s, has been pretty thoroughU combed over, and there is not the slightest douht among the of the rights, but that oil iUH be struck Thin district was in the limelight about years agoj but the cicitement cooled down when the well which had jicided oil, wont had OHIO MINERS STRIKE Orders Went Out Today Declaring Strike All Over State Columbus'. Ohio, May ders declaring'a strike of all coal miners in Ohio went out from bead quarters of 6 United Mine Workers of 'America, here, today. Miners' officials began paying strike, benefits three dol- lars per week to every member. The mines have been closed since April 1 by order of t.he operators. LIEfCAiCK Denies that he Vamoosed When C. N. R. Aid Proposals were Brought Down HON. COCHRANE RETURNS Ottawa, Ont., 'May -A. M. Aiklns, M.P. gave a most Those T'IO "I'd in the Fischer emphatic denial in the House this Cro'k and Lundbreck districts a: few mornlng to the charge made by J. J. (Thunder Bay and Rainy Ri, and .utnors of sales ncrc abroad this in the course of .his speech i the Canadian Northern Railway pro- The reports of experts, made at the'.posals on Friday afternoon, {time ol the Oil City boomj were ,to I; Mr. Carrick cWr'sed that when the the effect that u ith the upheaval plans weer' brought down, Mr. m Inch resulted in the formation of the Atkins left for parts unknown. m range, a lake Die of there eiperts equally silly, HUERTA SAYS HE WILL STEP DOWN AND OUT IF THE PEACE ENVOYS SO DEMAND Rumors That He Would Quit Now Officially Con- Delegates Have Orders to Submit His Resignation if Need Arises Where John W. Moyes Took to the Woods 'QUItf NATIONAL V T____tkat if Indications of. oil'.were found annrlwre from 50 to 290 miles from ihe bale of the mountains, an jtt nevertheless calculated to mis- the entire' stretch of prairie as far cast as Medicine Hat in Alberta, and part 01 wtstern faabkatclwwan. In a tour of inspection through the south counti) list fall, Ira E. Sogur, rep- resenting the Fatier 'MacKcnzie. inter- ests the pro pectne drillers in the 1 undhreet country, stated that -ho found I races of oil bearing rock as far east as Pendent d' Orciile, south of Late Paiowski: Among tlie Party who filed on leas- es at .the land office here this morn- Ing wore A. J. Young, W. Renwick, L.'-8. Gowc, W. Bryan, J. B. Martin and others, all of. Maolaod. Cochrane Hon. Frank Cochrane, minister of Railways and Canals, who returned ast night from a three months' trip :o .Eurooe, made a rather dramatic entry to" the House this morning. royal- navy in 1859 becoming 5Ub: Frank B. Carvell (Carleton, N.B.) Lieut, in 1865 Lieutenant m 186? lad risen to ask the Hon. J: D. Reid, Commander in Captain in 1885; the acting-minister of Railways and Hear Admiral in 1899 A. D. C. to Canals, If anything had been done in! 1897-1899 Admiral regard to tho Grand Trunk Pacific taking over a portion of the National Railway -when 'It was completed, when :Mr. Cochrane stalked into tlie'Chnmber. Both sides B.C. TEAMSTER KILLEP Run Over by Wife Wat on Way From Alberta to Join Him. and the popular- minister was" given an Parksvilie, May fatal accident, .which has attached to its more than'usual'sadness, occurred near French Creek on Saturday, when John -Lindsay, a teamster, aged 30, fell from the wagon on which he was riding, and was run over by the. wa- gon and instantly killed. Lindsay's .wife and small child had started from their home in Alberta to join Lindsay, and instead of a happy re-union of the family, tliey 'ivli'l in- stead be called upon to attend a fun- eral. CONSTITUTIONALISTS NEED MONEY "Washington, May General Constitutionalist commander at Tampico, had request- ed through the Chamber of Commerce there, all business firms, Spanish and to subscribe to a voluntary fund for the Constitutionalists, was reported .to the'.Navy department to- day by'Admiral Mayo. FIVE DROWNED Minneapolis, Minn., May Otlo Jitftttuan. and two children, and 'two. children of Johii C. Berchhola, all of Ibis city, were drowned yesterday when their- launch upaet In tho MIS' Biflfttppl Several heroic reacucs Vere attempted. 25th A HOLIDAY Monday, May: 25, .has been proclalninfl R piihlln holiday In. celebration ot .Victoria by tho Dominion government. New Brunswicker Who Rose High in the British Navy Died Today HIA6WA FALtS denunciation of John W. Moyes, ol. the Ontario West Shore Railway, by the Ontario Rail wi'y and Municipal Board, regarding the finances of the road, caused Moyes to leave the city in search of health. Attention Is directed to Algonquin Park, the Provincial park, forest re- serve, game preserve, and summer re- sort, where lie 'went, according to hia solicitor and friends in his search. These pictures wiW give some idea of the quiet surroundings ia which Mr. Moyes is thought to be awaiting the action of the authorities. IN NAVY FOR 52 YEARS London, May Charles Carter Diury died here day aged 67. He was horn at R say Rew Brunswick, ami entered the British navy in 1859. From 1303.to 1908. he -was second admiralty.- _ Sir' Charles Carter Drury, G.C.B., O.C.V.O.; K.C.B., p B.O.S., was born at Rothesay, MEDIATION COMMENCES ON WEDNESDAY ccs Ellen Whitehead, who died in 1900 second in 1907 to Amy Gfe trude Middleton. The late admiral v-as educated at the Collegiate school Fredericton, N. 13., and entered :the staiKea into -uie cnamuer. H JL g R of the House -broke 'into 18M_fl5 {CllaImel Squ'adron) H. M. adviser to Inspector General of'For- tifications, 1SS5-88 was flag captain North America and West Indies, H. M. S. Bcllerophon, 1889-92 member of Ordnance committee 1893-94 Flag Royal Sovereign, S. Hood, Mediterranean I Senior Officer Gibraltar I iCommander-in-Chief East 11802-03 Second Sea Lord 1896-98 1898-9? Indies, Washington, May Huerfca has au- thomed the 'Mexican' mediation delegates to submit his resignation, in case suck a course is found neces- sary in a settlement of peace negotiations. This Avas stated positively in despatches today from a thoroughly competent diplomatic source hi Mexico City, to one of the foreign representatives here and confirms intimations given Ijy friends of the delegates here yesterday. According to this information from Mexico General Huerta at first au- thorized the delegates to discuss only, the question of the Tampico conflict leading to thc American occupation- of Vera Cruz. Later the Mexican dic- tator, it is explained, came to recog- nize the necessity of a broader set- tlement and then conveyed to the delegates assurance that he was pre- pared to. step down should this course be found necessary by them. The problem causing chief concern to dip- lomats in Mexico City is the form of administration to.be established dur- ing the interregnum before a cousti- tutionally elected president could as- sume office. No intimations concern- ing the name o! a possible successor to Huerta were contained in the de- seven o'clock this .morning, the spatch, this subject being one in death of Miss Isabel Macbeth, daugh- j which it would bo necessary to con- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Macbeth, suit the opinion of Constitutionalist ccciirred at the family residence, 1276 leaders in Mexico. Filth avenue south. Supreme Court Justice Lamar and Deceased had been in ill health for Lehmann, who will repr- over a year, but nevertheless her de- rescnt the United States at the miso was not anticipated, and was a Conference at Niagara decided'shock to the family. Just a Ont __ today arranged to leave Wash-, trifle over a year ago, the death ot a: jngton at i) o'clock iumyi't'ow morn- younger daughter, Jessie, occurred, inEi arrangement will put the' and a son, Gordon, died about two. American, delegates at the scene years ago. 'conference about thc time the Mexi-. Mi s Isalel was born in Lethbridge Cim arrive there, from New in 1887, and has spent most of her j York. life here, where she was very highly The ol Huerta's'alti- thought of --large-, circle- toreigll the lose Work., on the 'Western Dominion before completing her course on ac- juVing Ac- Railway, which .has a charter from count of jlWiealtlh ._ cording to this view the delegates realized that the present adniinistra- S t Grim Reaper Enters Macbeth Home for the Third Time in Two Years FUNERAL WEDNESDAY Work on the Dominion Western May Start Before August Says Hon. J.D.Reid MR. WARNOCK QUESTIONS the..International through Mr. and Mrs. Macbeth survive the C3VUB Pindier Creek, may start within five deceased as well as three brothus, t at Mexjco Cit s fast going months. If the promoters wish to i John ol of Edmonton, j to aw, was inevitabll, tllat avail themselves of the' subsidy they' and Roderick of Toronto, and onejHucrta must ive tfl some oth_ Sends Telegram to Brazilian Ambassador Dagama at Clifton House WISHES MISSION SUCCESS Ottawa, Ont., May morn- ing tis Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught sent the following tele- gram to Sefaor Dagama, Brazilian Am- Hon. Mr. Reid, answered the question In the negative. Mr. Cochrane; was overwhelmed Admltaity 19Q3-08 Commander-in- with congratulations, on his. res.tora- chief'Mediterranean 1907-8; at the you on your arrival on Canadian soil, tlon to health, and was-kept busy Nore igog-n ami retired 1911 of the-bassador at Cliflon House, Niagara: "As Governor-General, I welcome A dealing with this road was given its third reading and passed in the House pf Commons the other day. The following from Hansard gives some facts about the new line in which many people believe Jim Hill is interested: Western Dominion Railway Tlie House in committee on Bill No. 165, respecting the .Western Domin- ion Railway Company and the Alberta Pacific Railway Company, Mr. Bloa- din in the chair. Mr. Warnock: At the last meeting of the Railway Committee I gave no- tice that would ask for information in regard to the financing of this road, and also whether Mr. Edward Bath cr authority. It would not, however, disclose day afternoon at 3 o'clock from the would not, nowcvcr, residence, Rev. A. G. Cameron of I that Huerta had authorizedI his rcsig- Knox church officiating. No (lowers, nation if they considered that course WINNIPEG' SWELTERED IN DEGREES EMERSON HOLDS THE RECORD Winnipeg, Man., May hot summer weather visited most of the numid atmosl necessary, and 'this more definite phase .was first made known in a de- spatch'through diplomatic channels. The Mexican delegates i are not "Huertistas" but represent broadly the best elements in the federal dis- trict desirous of bringing about au orderly government in that section and throughout Mexico. In that re- spect their wishes are believed to cor- respond with the wishes and inten- tions of the 'American government. Who will come after Huerta, whe- ther an individual or a .provisional commission still is an open question, but it is lathered that the succession will not be likely to fall on military. shaking hands with; members on both vice-President of the Ordnance corn- sides of the House.' mittee, 1900 and received the.thanks Edmonton Unemployed 'of the foreign office for services in Hon. Frank Oliver again introduced i Crete, 1896. the -question of unemployment in Ed- j gjr Charles' foreign decorations monton. Tlie .Premier read a letter' lvcre Grand Officer Legion Hon- he had from the Welfare league of eur, Grand Cross of the Order of Edmonton, also a telognim he had Merit Spain; Grand Cross sent in directing the-various cf the Royal Regiment of the Re- (Icemer of Greece Brand Cross of thc Osmanie, Turkey Grand Cross oi thc'Austrian Imperial Leopold or- der and Grand Cross of the Red Eagle, Germany, 'you on vou r arrival on. Canadian soil, of London, England, and Mr. Wm.. _ Au wiU not-be likely to la 1 on muu-ary, and express my fervent hope that the Peter of New York 'were o-operating J and rfv. eaders who have eome to prominence efforts of vourself and your col- in financing the road. er was alive with small crafts. Down by arbitrary torce. departments which carry on public works to do everything possible. In addition he said; that the ques- tion of giving work to the unemploy- ed was being glveu consideration. The resolution providing for a fed- eral vote of. per-annum for five years for the level crossings' fund, ''.y.hich is. administered by the Hallway Commission, was adopted practically without discussion. Two Hulidaya Premier Borden moved that when the House adjourns on Wednesday it. stand adjourned until Friday, Thurs- day being Ascension Day.J "What about Victoria asked David Henderson of Hal- ton. Mr. Borden said it had been decid- ed that the House would not Bit on. Monday. Prediction Wai The debate on the Canadian North- ern Railway resumed by Wm. German of Wellahd, who said i that when the fifteen minions was ask.wl for last.year, lio Unlade the pre- diction that this amount would bo only a drop in the Canadian North- ern Hallway bucket. He vqntur- 'HAT CHINAMEN AVERTS A WRECK; NECK CUT BY WIRE (Special to The Herald) Medicine Hat, Alta., May efforts of yourself and your leagues to preserve peace may meet with speedy and lasting success." Four More of Crew of the Columbian Rescued Sunday Hon. 3. D. Reid (Acting-Minister of A telegram was shown at Emerson on the international! boundary the record was one degree j me today stating that the contract njgilcr aIKi this constituted the top .has been signed and that arrange- in west Last rain I nv ments have been made for the f inane- snowers fell over .a good part of' s t ing of the road in England. If I re- this vjnce and ccntral and Eastern Mexican department OPERATE LIGHT lington, May Brazilian ;r in Mexico City informed the Department today that the OilSnULHICVVtUl, "11C Llllllg 1UL UUU 1 r _Lft TJie other; whcat crop, secdin? of which is now I su'n'! ot L, I completed. It is cooler today with i operated by in reported, prospects for more showers. ccs' iniprma ion a. iated with _________________ to the Brazilian minister tl Mexican forcian office. member rightly, Mr. Bath has no con- Saskatchewan, a fine thing for the neetion with the road. gentleman has. Mr.-Warnock: It has been that 'Mr. Bath was associated with Mr Peter, the original promoter. As Halifax- N. May Un-' far'as the minister knows, Mr. Bath is PUERTO PLATA BEING SHELLED Red Slates revenue cutter Seneca ar-jnot associated. rived here today with the four sur-j Mr. Reid: As tar us I know, Mr. vivors of the burned steamer Colum-; jiath is not associated, bian whom she picked up from their f jir. Warnock: Has the minister any- small boat forty miles south of Sable; intormatiou as to when they are like- Island at ten o'clock yesterday inorn- jy to commence construction? "d Thc conditions of the men is ser- ious hut it is believed they will live. Mr. Reid: No, I have not. Mr. Warnok: Last year.it was an- nounced two or three occasions York, 'N.Y., May steamer Semlnole arrived from Dominican ports, with news of the bombardment of Puerto Plata.' The Seminole was prevented on her out- ward voyage from entering this port by the Dominican .gunboat Independ- encia, which signalled that the port was under blockade. The gunboat i shelling the towu. On the homeward voyage, th'e ag- of communica- three men to re- Lobes Islan .merican for- conveyed to the Brazilian minister through Mexican foreign office. HEADY ENGINEER AVERTED A FIRE ATSWIFTCURRENT nasty cut on tho throat, drove bin car to town. Ho [riucklly ed the prediction iliat this forty-five AVIATOR'S PASSENGER LOSES HIS LIFE Frankfort-on the Maine, Oermany, May fatal accident oc- guests of the French government. curred to.lay In connection the TMREE SHOT IN PISTOL DUEL Ironwood, Mich., May persons shot during the pistol i duel, between Sam Porter, a negro j and police officers, on tho principal i street here today. Mr. Reid: I would think there was every likelihood of their starting al- most immediately, because they have, made for the financing NORDICA'S .REMAINS SHIPPED Datavla, Java, May of the late Lillian 'Noralca was ship- Medicine May Cur- rent owes a debt of gratitude, to C. P. R. Conductor McCoombs of this city; arrived'there on Sat- urday, he noticed fire in the basement of an elevator hear the depot. Ho- immediately had the engine spotted nearby and turned the hose on, keep-, ing'the .fire from spreading till tht town brigade arrived. The' elevator was destroyed but other buildings weie saved. Prince Henry aviation competition, which started yesterday at .Darni-! BAftK millions'would jnol Do more tliaii stadt. Lieut. Tvhp was flying enough to bring the Canadian Sorth-} as a passenger with Lieut. wa: ern Railway td the ntaridard of thc killed, when their monoplane cap- National Trauscontlneiilal Railway, sized by a gusty wind. Lieut. Kolbe fCmitiuued 8V, escaped will injurlei. FELL OFF TREE: KILLS VANCOUVER they will proceed once in order to bo ab'io to hold the subsidy.. Mr. Warnock: 'Wo have been told so .often that financial arrangements have bflwi niflrtn, .1 wfts nfikort to op- tJciuun for from which port it will be taken to trie United Slates. Vancouver, B.C., May Leslie pose the granting. of an extension, of W.'Mllwaril, of this city, was killed by tho charter, by a number ot settlers a -mass of bark, whtch'fcli off a big located' aloni; the International boun- v.-i OB WILL ANNOUNCE RESULTS ALBERTA ISSUE TOMORROW London, May result of the issue of tho province- of .Alberta; debentures at bearing per cent, "will 'be uiade'.kiiowu' THREE YEARS FOR TEACHER May tino a school teacher the Talmadge district, noar Weyburn) jentenced to three years and 21 He was charged wiUi gerloul pffencca acaiust pupils. ;