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SAYS MADERO IS ' ^ ' : A WEAK RULER West Coast Free from War-^ fare, with Culiacar^ In Ruins and Tepic Badly Battered by Rebel Attack ■Ulled b y a« p s — B W age» MONTREAL, April 27.— While play- ing in front of ber home, 808 St. Mc Millan, provincial health officer, has gone to Montreal.' where an analysis to discover the na- ture of the poison will be held. Here the eltuatlon U said to be flerlous and the' Inhabitant* are afra Ul ot the At Lotbtntere m Uch damaara ! run- o Kar ft la issu Qiiif that 18 were so muti- lated (bat (^ "were burled at sea. C„ SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1912 FORTY-FOUR PAGES n AMAfi E BY FLOODS Mackay-Bennett Steaming for Halifax with 189 Bodies from Titanic Disaster on Board I ii1li Wrt Hll'*W'l M FURTHER NAMES OF THOSE IDEWTIRED k X-mm from Wireless Dis- l*ti^t Number of Recdvered Have i^iliven Burial at Sea Evident pa Wharvea In Quebec Carried Away By Ice Block B — Houeee and Barna Overturned QUICBKC, gue.. Te the service is still interrupted, bome of the piects i)f ice measure al)out fifteen feet high. Some of the blocks in front o C the vll- lage are six Xy feet hfsli wlt Ho immense inas Hcs have bten carried Into the ttelds. h&y- son, .\do Iph llumblin, K Tamblln, Al- fred Fellows, T. ST* pledges hitnsti^ to proieet property as well as t4, stop alt bloodshed and dis« order. "We do not want intervention; we must not have Inter- vention. Swift Curreri,t towards Camrose; Campbell- ford hiake, Kabt Ontario, Western Hall- way; Ci P. "^e followlnl M^^, Mj W for lnvestll«if(j»|;"^' (&, T. Aita.: Kettle Valley i Uti MUway, Vernon to Kelowna: C.
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