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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. SATI'KIMY. Al'llll. 18. 1911 NUMHEU 10S HUERTA GIVEN TILL SIX O'CLOCK SUNDAY TO BOW KNEE VACCINATION LAW; VERY CLEAR Strong Plea for Consideration of Western Canada Farmers- Shows Fallacy of Argument Against Free servalives Slave Gone Back on Promise of Free Im- plements Made During Reciprocity Campaign- Urges Both Sides to Get Together to Solve Problems of the Western Farmer Ottawa. Out, .April Western members. figured monilncntly I" tho ilebale on the Italgcl yesterday. Al- ter Itotli.- liberal member tor Ilia- imeJuu. hail in advocacy of the adoption of the tariff policies of the Opposition. J...M. Aitkcns, Bran- don. took 1111 the, dlfouEsion and hold the' attention- 'ho House until uc.irly six o'clock. -.Mr. .Aitkcns put upon tlic records of Hansard HJG arguments of west- ern farmcrS'in favor of free -wheat ami agricultural .implements, as well us HIP. arguments of others to the contrary. He said the Liberals were 1o Itlame for the present depression In the west, because they had taken r.o steps to encourage the establish- ment of industrial enterprises or to transportation rates. Mr Grand Duchess Olga May Wed Prince Charles "Medicus" Takes the Board of Health to Task for its Course said the fanners were glad o! the reduction on agricultural Im- plements. and if the manufacturers did not give them a corresponding benefit, Iha 'Minister of Finance Tvouid be appealed to. He said lie glad the Minister had not turn- ed a deaf ear to tile free wheat pro-. yxml, hut would lie glad to hear further representation. ia the future. Ltthbrldge Mtrntir Speaks A. BueSanan, main- tallied that the manufacturers hail made a big mistake when they op- posed-reciprocity. In tho end -this i opposition might cost them rnoro than if. they had. allowed It to go Into J'reo .irheat arid free' agfl- c'ultura'Mmplenie'nts-vTould. benefit" fh'e" and 'Would aid rather than 'In- Jnro the ratlwsys. Mr. Buchanan came out flat-fooled against any further assistance to the C.N.Ft. Ho, said tboso hulldius tlio had not nut all their other re farmer in oven thing t-at he wanted, anJ thus were- turning ssest-' ern 'imntra againsl them. IE they i iad worn the kind of spectacles ney would have favored reciprocity, iccailse reciprocity wiNil.1 have satls- 'led the western furcier, anil would have Injured the manufacturers much, but now their opposition to i that project had started ati agitation which wight do. more arm to raauu- 1 faclurers" of eastern Canada. i -Mr. Ilurnhain: Does the wi-steru farmer want free trade? "Yes." replied -Mr. Huthanaa. The western farmer wanted free trade, Just as an eastern farmer want- ed protection: and those who had] studied' free trade did beltcve that it would injure the rest oi Ihe. coun- try. Rut lie wou'd frankly o'tfu that we would have protection in Canada as long as people believed that our SCRUPLES DO NOT ENTER QUESTION 10 -ACT IF Could Perley Be Our High Commissioner ICdilor Herald Tu te vaccinated or not to L" vac- i-inated.- that is the it is not a qwitioa Ltlorc (he it-li'ol and it ih-.uhi not '.ie a the ol health. 'ihai subject is fixed by law in the ncf- o! Ala'srla ar.d should ijs Lnlll such time as. an Or- ilcr-fn-t'ouc'cil "pri.iviJts some olhi-r to meet the issur. 1 have the greatest rcsr.cct lor a man's cbascitntious convictions, but Mr.' TracyV '-conseii-iitiuiis scruples have nothing to'do with vaccination "as applied to Uuvl'.iMie schools. My.-, conscientious icruuies might fcrc' ine to cPPose piohibilton, wrurti is jio-arguTiU'ht'afniiisl prohibition. may le conscientiously opposed to laying SCOOI) a year.' I -may- tinnk it is an imposi- tion on the taxpayers ol the City oi Mexican President Holds to His Counter Proposal and the United Slates Grows Prepares Final Ulti- Battleships Will Guard Both Coasts To- to be Seized uation Reaches Breaking Huerta Refuses Congress Will Act Monday April is.-At HIM oi .'Th'ridin, hut the stale ut my Lord jeati, cews- Wasliinn-ton. April will salute tlio flt'ijr ut Tarn pi co before .six p.m. Sunday lor I'resnlnl Vviisoii will go before Congress in a (joint session Monday ;uiil ask t'or authority to take such measures as may bo necrsssnry. This slatc-: mem was issued at the White House. Tbe following statement was issued at tho While House: Hnerla still is insisting', upon doing something less than lias heen demanded, land something less tlinu-would constitute an ac- knowledgement that- his representatives entirely are in the wrong in the indignities they have'put upon the of the United States. President has determined that if General ls here in regard to Industries- needed Vcccinition has keen recognized by sen-alive cheers "le matrimonial and political conse- :n e'yilizcd as i of the ! sin-ll-riox. Universal nuences of the Nevertheless. It was not well lo lead the western farmer to believe ha! Ihc manufacturers were, opposed manla. an4 their son. Prince Charles. The visit Is undoubtedly a political n recognized by usuanj- bein'g accompanied hy immunity Irom ojstomsry assurance of such tLl liuuil iiu VM vaixiisation has fjrnialion's undoubted reliability, i se (except in i-.eiv Dten a lull in this! i, ill take the matter to Congress on o him getting anything Ihnt he w ed. (Continued un ..OOJVNf -ON .TANGO1 Prince and Crown Princess 'erad.calcd the disease (cicept in ,iteiy ha, teen a y .sc.ent.hc me, -didaUs, unt, yesterday Secretary Hrynn explained that the President's meant Huerta would be obliged to guar- 1 without flualificntioii Before six event of some innwrtance. afi'a tbc civiliFwl world. It !crs Ravc oal definilely" that Hon.' ailtee the sallltC WltllOllt qiialllicnnoil DCI01C hlX p. render more Intimate the future rela-: V. established in the Gonree .11. Perley, minister without tlillt 110 obstacle might defer tlons of Russia and The United .Statesi during _ alte.r the in tlie Canadian govcinmcnt, Vn. Olimi'lJ -IJtu nut iivj jjii., EXPONENTS-.LEFT.HALL ol ihrr i How citizens to one reasons.of state v'.'.l guide tionK Diichesa Olil's .choice. If. arranged, will he. one mutual regard. "'.pf the vile nr.d loathsome. It 13 the Czar's wish that his dinih-, eas.'s that human flesh is hr-ir. to. It tci Flmll be as free'an Ihe humW.esf is reasonable to assume that ic.en- suhjeets In placing her .rolessional men nf all: na nh; li-ive fevoltd tn'tir liV'es their he came only way Maclewl, April 17.-The He-j foster was" spent by foriiires to of ljuman- is ,.ot-a bccca Lodge of Maclcod has thrown uie C'.ir, Czarina. Princess Olp' 'H f'm' alsan.rnirtiv 01 the exfrnordtnary position ' .he overcome, says'the Courier, would lie bv the- new. HidT Commissioner naturali7alion papers which v'eiy lifecjy procedure. out lil.'t. sources into it In .order to.complete. jn -with (lie other societies-anj ule royal guests In the Crimea, tho system. If they could not do; throughout the'country that have; where summer conditions prevail at that It should be taken over and tlie doubtful 'dances oi. season. t.-atert for the benefit of the people, i amj at iis annual hall-last night' priccu Chnrles iborn Oct. 3.- 1SW. Other speakers' were Webster. incident, occurred which p.inceil-'an 'o S and the Oiawl Duchess Iirockvlll, Emmerson, Morris, Chat- j rccord the attitude" ci'iiiis org'ahiza-' (t'wn 2, 1895. O.S.j' 'are1 1K magiiBy. I lion such fiances'. Regard- ;seconj cousins, both being '.great- t" The House nol commenco less tit Ihe warning, nods Irom-. cpr-' grandchlldrcn of Queen.Victoria.' morning slltldgs on Monday, SLA members of Ihe committee .two i clpaled; the government motion call-: gentlemen with their indy partners Ing for early tjitllogB having bucn al- persisted in tango, where- lowed (o bland tor the present. j upon Mr. 'riitllrTfooii the platform ar.d informed liis''hearcis UiRt- Farmert Pint In West science'shot-Id heard, and, with in? accrord, in l-he achieve- 01 Ihe discovery oi vaccination is irnniun-tv Iror.i small-pov, and this :l-Id l.e as one of hi the progress of it'fic medicine In this or any oth- MCr.nlilintJ un MR. DAVIDSON AVERAGES ?233 EACH FOR HERD SEVEN OF McKEE HANKIN, VETERAN SHAKE5PER1AN ACTOR.-DEAD San Francisco, Cal.. April or.e of the largest Kee llnnkln. the veteran character [ul breeders ol aetor. who was identiliea with Nnnce lie in the district, jeluintd .yestfr- OlN'elll fort years Hhakesperian tl.iy afternoon Irom PRAISES CALGARY-SHOW John Mcil. Coaldalt; st'iiicrMS- rcfnril cat- productlons, died here today. 'Mr. liuchanan said the west was Hug or any nances dulgence in- the .Grisly Hear, Bunny and that pro- woul11 gress Eince the'i had heen due lo the- hc ln nis, dignallon and at .So cmpiatic. was pr.ce Iclt-tbe hall. LU is Still Completely Shut Out of Winnipeg Market When the complete judgment of' tlu.'tlon from VIrden-cm- taken all around a decided advantage to TO cents a ton, and it would them over the present-conditions, .i where he attended the Cattle great idcnt Wilson has informed himUhat' tlie L'nijea -States Viands on-tte.'qfI-' Hnal demand Admiral Mayo, tliat" he must accept immediate- ly- -Kecretary .Bryan prepared President Wilson's answer which immediately was sent to "Mexico, it set lorlh'that unless .Hnerla accepted the. American demands immediately the plan, lor the seizing'oi Tampicp ar.'d Vera Cruz will be carried out without waiting-lor Admiral -Hadget to reach Mevican waters. MEXICAN' UAILWAYS WILL BE -The plan lot wiring Vera Cm and Tampico also inclmles the seizure c! mostly great breed- ing condition, having been feil_cii al- falfa and timothy Those miles west Cruz. TODAY'S ULTIMATUM WILL BE FINAL 'The opinion expressed tmartf iludcd In the. lot, and .thc; price ob- i cials close to the White Ho'jse, amor.g Inr each is as.Ipllows officers and Mr. Davidson says thai the .salt .-that Hierta would be notified fthat. or.e o! the best he lias ever at- I the President's demand for a twenty- 'tntnr.illy seem thai the reduction lo lhat history would prove llio Lib- eral rarty wise, in underlaklnv the InilMliig of the N'.T.R.; it would yet vroic of great value lo hoth east Rotf west. "I'ht 'levelopment of western C'an- Ind brought j.rosperlly to the Uomln'oh in recent years. It done more for Ontario and the enst penftrally than any protective toiilf. Hut what was needed now FREIGHT JOLTED, CONCUSSSIQN- OF BRAIN RESULTED I Winnipeg were nol snf'lelent to advaniase over the Pennsylvania '.able tho Crow's Nest coal to take which comes In from the east Ivantasa of the Winnipeg market. i over-.the lakes, an! Is hauled from The 'irst reiert of [he Judgment: Kort-.William to Winnipeg in cars was, therefore, somewhat misleading.; for the transportation of fraln :n here and Winnipeg IB ChHl, HS9S 225 fd on the 1'wlfic ,111 b. well ile as a marvel. Winnipeg .IJrutus, MS07............................ 215 Ituperf, 3.45 price...........................'. ucder way. TJ. S. FLEET The' Auction that HBle (ron, ih, llWI.r condl- that is reserved as an ejclu- Rear Admiral Badger', Alp, 238 ijs BEADY TO STRIKE ured hy the operalors hero on a. ner -lions. The company could not afford eenlnge basis, which led lo the dsnuc- tb haul these cars hack empty'. Their, W iian: for pral.loa. ta Maclcod, April passing (ion thai decrease of SO 'cents a operating expenses would" In risnrd (0 lhc liir'D the ar.d JI-15 respectively, throtigli Maclcod..from l.clhblidge to had heen racSa, -whereas the lull Bnd the rates wo-.ild of necessity have EO into ctlect. Ibe com- Cnlb-ary, in charge fit 'a coaple'of cars judgment revea'.s the fact lhat a re- (0 bo Ineieascd lo cover the increase !Illcle -Judgment stales: "The tariff i, .policy thai would place ol sheep from I'al.Uurns on ductlon of only 3S cents n ton haa if i Oih.! changes heieln direetcit to people on the vacant lands of day aflcrr.con, Mr. S. I'aAet, pi bean made. also a visitor at the sale, and sold.aj Tarapico Crirj the bulk, llupert TiolS, al tht and Alan Ilr.iwaith 818S1 for lite f.ciaU at WashlnSton erpeot HiwiU i II i prairies.. Coronation, Alia., met with a slight Accorrtlng to the operators this will Tlf'c eastern fanner, Mr. liuch- Mtidrnl which resulteil in Ms rcmov- cnable them lo enjoy the was lo his party, bul the nl If H" hospital here vilth In competttton rri'h the fanner was tied lo no parly sluri nl Mr- Pc-nnsylvaniri coal, nnd it Is very dls- wouW siiiipbil Ihn party wliich in ltic calioofd.-vihfn the- ttain It Is Elated further that Miud by "flie (aimer. The -western slurred, bail nol hiaced hlnisell pro- nn advantage over the rate from Kor.l wnnled free wheat, because aiirt os_ tic cars lulled, Ills head miliam to Winnipeg on coal'from nlcs, even If il amount- reduction on the rate e of per ton, would give them control of the market, lie tboisshl II would henefit him, lie coritai-t- with n comet'of the thc Iiail been told by the Conser-alivea CoMiissltm nf Ihe.hraii, at ed ,0 a ,0 during (he rtclproclty tliat ('rcc set in lasting Irom five o clock free cattle would nol' benefit him, hut ltl 'lurirlE wnlcl1 time tho the went down the price inaii was rcntowd to the for rMson the nf cattle had sono un at once. lit, "'here he Is at fits vcn. 1JOpular_ Pc.msylvanlii wan nol likely lo Uilnk lhat tho Con- "1 mng to A. m fcrvEtivej W..TC nnv more correct ov- wiih KUUTHKH KXCH White House olTicUls announced unlsss lluctla saluted the flag, isolation hospital last to Resident Wilson's tie-. >ne "soon alter .receipt Ifirmalloii. 'It Is likely that if. the r-- day's mrssagc was physically pos- K.rn stopping VOM taken without I j I mtii lull. ti it unvij iJtat ji i j i, I original dale nsked for, July 1, is not h.c granted, thnt Iho opcrnlors wouM bo lirursels. April Sen- 't ale: has passed, by 68 votes lo 4jgi 10, tlie bill voled by Ihn Cham- 'j glad lo occt-nl It, but Ihey arc out for V IV, me Din VOH.-U u> im? tnuni- v gian lu iitct-in u, out IHCJ uut lut mrrw her for the preservation of Iho July I, and II will be a matter of Iho "f afternoon anc; .horpc was Imme- furtl1" Members of Ihe were San Cal., April ence In the selling price between Ihe hallleRt'.d Wnlerloo. A plan annexed lo Ibe bill speci- fies an area of about 1350 acres of the battlefield to be C. I1. II. conferring a fp.vor If they get II, for by Ihe lime tho question to liio Commission It The result lind been' that prices had lolls of the president's cup, cosllng KOtic dorcn lo live' 'conn a pound. lo he given by President Wilson The eccurcd, empovreia Iho gov- on coal this year, as the rates Thru when the Inilff lo the winner o( ihe 12-mclcr While lhc operators are vory great- ernnicnt to acquire compulsor- come into eflcclAnyway1 hy the first went iiiin force. SO.OOD hogs Wen race nl Ihe I'.inaraa-l'aclfie exppst- disappointed over the ily nny portion required, and of September, allhoiigh tho r.hlpiicil to Hcr.tlie In oni! week, nnd tinn. hnve been received by Llaulcn- ar.d Ihcy like lo 'inakes tlie goveinment anth- would Infer that the Com- thc. prim had cone un lo 1 cents. C. U. Wcodw.ird, U. seat Iho Pennsylvania coal, they necessary for build- was open'to receive, petitions pital. The house paled and thcic w as" n-scramble- (or doctors to vaccinate- the' members.ol Thn mnniifactnrers, asscried Mr.'3. N.. chjof p( tli'n exposition's yacht-