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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETUBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE.DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1507 Published by the Lelhbrldlt Herjld Prinllnj Ltd., every laAful ever.lo9 at Orftce. 51. Alberta. Canada. W. A. BL'CHANAN-M.nagmg DlrecU-r JOHN TORRANCE-BusHes. Manije, PHONE: Editorial. Repertory! and Ne-.vi Department 122-1 Advertising, and Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I ve.r. delivered 1 jwr. by mill 6 delivered I S .ooaih: J raoaMis. by I KSUIII' delivered ..................35 1 mc-ntb. b> mall.................. as often desircJ. but both SK.I cM aildresses must bo i S3.N Red Dru? i- Booi Stare; J. 0. HERALD FOli SALE AT Besttie t Mur- Grassy Grassy Lafc> phy Co.; CrjnbrooS: liooi Co.: Alextndra Hotel; People's TJ.-US Store; Kenny Lethbridse Ciiar Slant Diamond Dr. D'Arb Medicine Hal AESlnllc'.s A- D. Provincial XercS Company. Plncher Dr. HcCru: Mitchell DTLE Co. The Wide WorM N'ews Co.; XCKS Shop, 415 Gran I Ager.cy. Lcadlcg VtooV anil News Stoie, IMA fib. Ata West; WoiM News Co. Pincher Stjtion Head. SL World -News Co. Clarei'.ce Kncl-den. World Nso-s Co. River Side THE WEEKLY HERALD every Wednesday In eiibt or more pages, and contains a summary o! tte news o! the local aod district C months in 1 vetr in .dvar.ee travellers gwe Mr. Wilson an entou- siastic ol t-hwis ami roxonEss CAI.I.KU TO JIKET AT TI1KKK Washington. C., April Mtot with While llousr officials, (.'oiigress traders ou a joint session of Lnusra at S p-tu. lo- duy, foreign coniinit- tec on a resolution, VW.SOS' MAKES I'OSITIOX CI.K.Ut xvashinjton, L1., April The ri'lausc I'resitot (olUnvjns of 1'resUciit Wil- edsej with a srjile. No (j'ijc iv Kasiiinglon corres- t the station to rafft the, I'rcsiaait. m siluatiun ?lu'tlly after 3 Sccrctiry vas auiLoriied today at the Vimtc llryan aimed at ltaKsf Th6 saiJ and wen1, iuto conlcrecce with I rest- 1 waul jentleir.tn, deat Wilson in the latter s 110j gct the impression that there 'there were no ueiv developments up is abouj (0 I'n- to tills tiii-e. ijted States, and Mexico. Tha't is not 11VERTA TAKKS jthe outlook at present at all. I'KISIS COOLLY i "in (lie first [ilace, in no ronwtv- Mexico City, Auril 20. -The reply by tht Mesicaa sowrnawijl to Ithr'dcsiiduils ol Cuilcd States iwss lianittil to Nolson O'Sluushnessy, Charpe .Ailaives, at ,k last evcnir.J -it the loieisn iv. Tt-.e Cbirjc, honeivr, lisd mjiif aware heiore ot the natuie ol ihi1 dot-unxtnt. Mr. O'Slwuslmess) hid seen Senot aWe es will we fisht the ct Mexico. We arc Ihtir (riends wf VMi (0 ktll, lhriu in waj. ,V6 un r0cOver their rjsius thrir govctnraml and their Ocd for the present, J am so- ing to congress tc a special situation Biid seek Iheir approval to mwt thlt situation. "This is only an issue between this eminent cuiJ a person callis's hiui- 1'orlillo Y. late in Ihe utlei- President ot Sits- neon in the suburbs rl C'oyo-acun, where he hail goue tu with some jfi tends. 1 1'rovisicnal 1'residrat Iluerta Jss- :pl.rynt comparative indifference to i the" crisis ami passed rfvcrsl touis Mast listening tu the raililary liand plants in Ctapnltepec 1'ar's. Seierai hundred American residents j THE COAL regulating Ilie coniluel of the selling places. This power is now vested compMcly i whose rijht to call hiiusel! such, have never recognized in any way. 'Ko that I had a feeling ol'uneasi- ness as 1 rend papers Ihis rncm- as it the cour-.try were- on fire with war enthusiasm. I have r.o enthusiasm lor war 1 have an enthusiasm for justice-and for the lie cvcoiiig at ihe American where a iliniiM and enKrlain- ji'.cnt were given. KIKT11 DIVISION' JGKTS MAKCU1XG OHUKIIS places. Tills power is now vi'Sictl compii'iciy in WK evidently reckoned without our host we thought a great victory luil been for our coal iniluslry by Ihe new rales establish- ed by the Railway Coin mission. Doubtless new rales will help considerably lo widen market, but now that we have Ihe full the findiu- and learn Ibal Winnipeg is us far re-1 The municipal uiilhonlics have no wlich Brought moved as a market for coal lo insiiect Ihe premises where liquor of this province, we realize that we slitl have a fo investigate whether selling is done during flans were made icr tho lo hours, or lo men in an, inloxicaled l-'iltn dignity ol the- t'nital States li'jt not for wnr, hut these need not. eventu- ate in war if .we handle it with firm- r.ess and promptness." .MEXICO I1UKI1TA FAILED EGGS Were shipped into Alberta the Past Year B B The Lcllibrulgr proportion, al rale of 35 cents per dozen, loprcscuts a daily loss of In our district for each day of lhc year. and. dignity light on our hands, and that we will have tinuc fighting until we shall have succeeded in eliminating an obvious discrimination against us thai appears manifestly unfair. Just why the railways should carry Pennsyl- vania from Fort William to Winnipeg more or wlielher in olhcr respccls orders have, hccn received. cstahlishmenls arc conducted in nccord with the] -ite plan was to have the Filth, force to up) ornate the ;0[ jhe'nat-an. to the roast hVANTKD HIS GUAttAXTKE IN WKITIMl Negotiations with Hucrta over the demand for a salute in reparation for the- arrest of American bluejack- ets al Tauipico on April 10th, came __._ _.... _ _..._ iinnosed for the defence of socielv. I ntunberins 2500 men, ready lor sailing i to a iasi night 'at six o'clocS nuiiuatu i urada mornin m This authority now rcsls altogether in the _ of Ihe officials of the liquor license department dircdT vcra Crra by. Turaday morning m IMI hour ctveu by President movement should be or-iscm tor a iavo'ablc respor.w from the Mexican dictator. The final word o real facts of the situation Lcthbridge certainly whose over-indulgence leaves them helpless1 preparations' to stay in .the! today. In the meantime, America 35 ceiils a ton lo Winnipeg, though the latter dis- tance is 111 miles further. An equalization of the rales is due the Alberta coal operators, and the Lethbridge Board of Trade should throw its weight into any fight that may be made lo remedy our position. Our coal industry, next to fanning, is the largest in the province and we should battle for conditions that will make it profitable. it may be that Lellibridge will have to suffer unlil a compelitive line to Winnipeg is complet- ed. It might he a wise move lo make a few en- quiries in that direction. Certainly it will not do lo fold our hands quietly and accept a condilion 'thai can be noth- ing but galling. The Board of Railway Commis- sioners (lid much we can be lhankful for, but they haven't done enough yet. Poultry business In Alberta will pay If properly conducted, for the best ol feed can be. .raised cheaply. A hen wIUi cross Esven-elElitbn Leghorn and one-elshth Barred Tiock at Agricul-. tural College in ihe Stato ol Oregon has'a record of 303 eggs in one year; at 25 centa a dozen a gross iccorae of (6.31. "A Word to the Sufficient" two, ias its argument also, there should be a middle course whereby the [owns and cities would reap a certain amount of recompense for their share in maintaining OENEHAL WOOD TO COMMAND 1 01 Washington, D. C., April a eovernmcnt which it docs not n -.....________ law retiry Garrison announced today that; cognize. President Wilson will sc fwes eminent were to give H a cerlam amount ot of 0I the army, would com- sideralion. 'rnsnd the American forces. OUR POINT OF VIEW incsn that there will be a lormal de- claration of war, because ihe United States, could not declare war against 1 '0- scek send armed seize first.the ports of Tampico ac.d Vera Cruz and (he railroad trestle leading lo Mexico i'ecsacola, Florida, April city. ders were received early today direct-1' The President directed that a cab- ing the fiotilla of torpedo. inet meeting be called for 10.30 jlioat destroyers here, to put to sea o'clock, when fir.al arrangements tor jthis afternoon, rr.eet lifar Admiral the I'acifk blockade o! Mexican ports Hlierla should feel deep sympathy for ihe nn- .liadjer's ncet_in the and oilier in the President's said program n-ill be deliberated. enviable position of the Light Brigade prior their memorable charge. He has cannons lo right rcady to'dcpart. of him, cannons to left of him, and is probably not just sure that he isn'l silling on a keg of gun- powder. two tenders, IIUKHTA MAKES A NE'.V I'ilOI'OSAL. SELF-DENIAL.'TALK, No. 2 Tile Subscribers' deparlmenl of the Salvation Army in London, England smal AN APPARENTLY JUST CLAIM. TSili recent convention of mayors of Alberta towns and cities -in Edmonton to lay before the government certain grievances arising out of Ihe license amendments introduced and passed al Ihc lasf session would seem fo indicate that the legislature may have gone rather too for in its effort fo bring the control of certain classes of business directly under government supervision. There is no doubt lhat the mayors in convention believed they had a legitimate grievance oa some of the points raised, and (heir meeting may result in a further amendment at Ihe next session. The Edmonton Bulletin, though known lo be Kt variance with the allorncy general's depart- ment, sets forlh the position taken by the chief magistrates in the following editorial comment: "The mayors of Uurly-eight cilics and towns in Ihe province have been in convention in the city for the purpose of iirolcstiuy against the re- cent amendmenls lo Ilie license law which pre- vent the municipal authorities collecting license fees from hotels nnd liquor stores. They base their demand for the rcstoralion of this privilege i.pon the facf that the liquor business materially I .increases the cost of maintaining lhc police force of ft city or town, and argue quite reasonably that the contributing cause should hear a part tor all; of the expense it now imposes upon the ratepayers. The argument is unanswerable. But ia not the only considcralion, nor Hit mos vital one, upon which the claim can be support 'i As the civic nutlioiilics arc deprived of lhc to license the sale of liquor, Ihey are pro Washington, C., April Charge oi the Mel'icJn em- bassy, 'took a new proposition from ltcrc much about Huerta to Secretary Brvan at 10.S01sum of one shilling aad'fnur pence The vaccmalion problem threatens to become j a Thc described it as j wl'ic1} camo (0 !Pern 'reguarly ever} acute if the Board of Health does not come j hopeful. through with an explanation pf their sinnd. We Secretary Bryan left the cal.ir.et tmect.n? lo so to (lie stale dcpart- note the school aulhonties msislm" to mKt Mr. aali rcccive certificates. The two bodies seem to be til var-1 tliierta's latest proposition. Srere- month for a number' of. years, and 1 was decided to investigate. An off ccr "wafi sent down to see'the sub scrlbtr, and found an old woman ove iance. Meanwhile who's the goat. Itarv received Mr. Algara's ase and announced that it did seventy years, living in the pc-ores circumstances. Her husband ha been dead for some years. "AH not contain any new propositions, hut had wo owed to the sho sail merely the full text of the com- "------J muarcation to (hargc 0 bhauchncssv bad h.OJ] The Medicine Hal Times is frank. 11 says il avors Die refusal of the offer of HIP. Underwood ariff lo lei Canadian wheat in'.o Hie Stales free nerely because it believes il will help Medicine iat to grow, if its argument were corrccl, winch t is not, one can readily understand why Ihc iinncrs of tht West show by their voles flinl hey arc at variance wilh Ihe cities. II may he i mistaken idea, but Ihe fanners probably have what they consider good reason lo believe Ilia Ilie cities arc trying lo grow at their expense. II any of the cities are in Ihnl position they wil wake up lo find that they been "hutUliiir. tli.eir house upon the1, sand." Location of "Easy Canada: Hounded on the north by Plu'cli, on Ihc sonll by on the cast by KfJYirl, und 01 the west by SUindard. A despatch from Medicine Hal ti couple rjf 1 r i r ,1 -i days ago Idling of Ihe decision of the OgiLvie mill to buy electric ]iowcr from Ihc in pre- 1 He said the situation was un- fercnce lo using power developed from gas sold al a very low rate, will prove very inleri'sling reading in Lcthbridge. 11 would seem to indi- cate thai this city, wilh ils municipal coal mine. ij nol very far behind others on the question of cheap eleclrical power: "for by them my husband was rei cuod from a' life of slti." H' found that on the dcaOi of her hu band, fricnda'had allowed her on shilling a treek. Her Old Age I'cr.slo I have 40 ten-acre tracts 5 miles north cast of the city, with full water r'ighl, for sale for per acre. The land adjoining cannot be bought for less Ihrtn 'acre 'in large tracts. These tracts are ideal .for poultry farms; some .with ideal sites for- reservoirs, thus insuring a good wafer supply', and natural gas can be supplied uponapplicalidn, the Gas'Company's main being half a mile north, Terms are. easy. After first payment.of is made iwiJl'talic balance'in'poultry and eggs at.Lethbridge mar-' kci price. An Auto will be at.ieryice of protpectlve. purchawrt every day '10 o'clock to'enablr thtm to sec these, tracti. Eckstorm LETHBRIDGE C.J. DALLAS HOTE1 rouehl her HTO ihiliingB; the SCOTCHMEN her cottago ono shlllin, an, graUon season opened on Saturday, -lien a total of 1670 emigrants left or Canada, this being less than'hall ho number carried, by the corres- ponding period ?ast year. The Bteamer Coralcan carried the Saturnia 320, and tho Caledonia coo! y washing and v.-l.at she Brew In her iny she had enough to sub- 1st upon. "Have you tuMclent, the. officer iiueslloned. "Oli, was 'he repy. "3tnce 1 was a Ittle girl 1 always wished I had lived when Ihe IxjriJ Jesua was on earth, jr.d If 1 h'ad I woiild liked to have giv- en Him s.omcthlng, and 1 could ouly give'Him'a meal once a week, and ic said If we gave It to Ills people that waB Just the same as giving It to j'lrn, so I. send the value every month." the ollicer presscil, 'doesn't it leave yon short, ''Ah, replied Iho old woman, 'that's where the blessing come; in." The Psalmltl said: "Neither wll I which ccijtfeat me nothing." Will you' join us In our SelfrDenlal. commcnclnj; April 107 A new elrctrically machine with colloi for nailing lops 'nn nacVing cases is t arc being carried on in tliej mounted on a truck lo permit it canal vor.o by a Xarlh Carolinian. I he. moieil atout a factory. FUNERAL OF SIR WILLIAM WHYTE ON WEDNESDAY Man., April fun- of Sir Wlliara Wliyto will lakn' place on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'cloclt.from his li'.o residence, Htv- er avenue, following a private sen tec for the family. Trie cortege will then proceed lo Kndx the public ser- vice whl bo. held and from there lo St. John'z'cemetery. WE CAN TELL YOU WHERE TO PURCHASE OR SELL !'I03 1'ET STOCK AND AM, KINOU OP LIVE STOCK 4- -I- TIIR DRST MEANS OF HKACIIIN'O YOUR DBSTINAT10N TUB DEST BOARDiN'O HOUSES IN 'rilB C1TT- WF, HAVE LOTS OF THIS NOTE PAPER. COMB IN AND U3K SOME WRITING TO YOUK FRIEXJJS LETHBRIDGE FREE INFORMATION BUREAU DALLAS HOTEL ;