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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 22, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBEH 1M7 by the tethbrldtl Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evtninj at ill office, Slllh SL. Alberta. Canidv A. Director JOHN TOHRANCE-BuOeH Mtnlj.r PHONE: fcdvcrt'llng. Circulation ml PHONE: Editorial, Keportorlal and Nevri Department 1224 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES TMr. delSTSrtd 1 bj- mail 6 raoalhf, delivered 6 taoatM. by mi S nonths silvered.................. S moatnj. by 1 delivered ..................M 1 Eirolli. by mail......................" oMcscd as oliro 15 desireJ. but bolh r.i--.r oii mast bs HERALD COR Cross Drus Boot S'oro; J. G. Slur-j'by Co.; CraBOrook Grassy Uii Hotel. frtfoa Ca: Jackson Cohea Co.; Alexandra Hotel; PrnrUiclal rle's Sloro; Kenny l.eltibrloso Plnchir Dr. LcadlEg Itook noi News Store. 109A fill -Va Clfar Drug To. Wcs'.tika World Co. Pinchtr Station EdwarJ Diamond Dr. The Wldo Mtdiclnt Asslnibclj Co.; News Shop. 415 World NBKS Co. Cirmansiy Clarence Kncl-dei. A. D. River Side U'orld Ca THE WEEKLY HERALD etery Wednesday In elsht Or Kore jages. and contains a tummarr of the of lia eer In k. locnl arji dlslrlcl 6 uouths bdvacce.......----........ 50; EGGS Were shipped into Alberta v the Past Year Tlic Lclhhi'Jdjjc proportion, a I rale of 35 cents per dozen, represents H clnily loss of 5172.50 Ui uur.iiislrid Cor each dtiy pf year. ACTION AGAINST MEXICO, JN view of present cvenls in Mexico il is :t nial- .ler of inleresl lo bc'rcriiihclrcl. hy Ihc Snska- luon 1'huenix, Dial it is jusl G6 yenrs siiirc Ihe L'httcd Slii'es forces wfi-c wilhdrnwn from. Mexi- they haJ cliclatcd terms in Ihc capital and annexed the. stales of Texas] New Mexira and L'pper California. iAn uildcd Ihal-i'l was by way far Yera Scbll effected his way info Mexico Cily.. But there is a cliffcftiktc irt' tlic impose and at-lioii of Ihe Unilcd Siiilcs now, nnrTsixly-six veai-s ago. Al Ihe latter was for Ihe. au- iiexnli'oii of tern lory for having the 'sasnc ayail- nhlt for Hie extension of Ihc' slave system. 11" was ;t wixr of aggression. AI Uic pn.-iontrlime..il..is war which has bcin only engaged in afler-a long series of provocations by Mexico. In this there may be something ot" comfort lurinle'nriil, Troan my point of view, a unfair to'.the Pacificists iwbo" Ihc'day.iylien.wars 'rcc, and Ihc small mukcr was able lo turn them nlo vi-ire goods and nuils. Tlus iiow iiii'iisnrc iraclicnlly puts Ihc .'udcpcndent makers of nuils md wire yoods in the hnnds of two corporations which are conk-ring the induslry in Canada. These corporations, lite Dominion Iron Steel Co. siml Ilic Slcel Company of Canadai arc mak- crs of bolh wire rods u'nd nails. The small niaiiu- faclurcr must now go lo lliem for his'raw nta- lerinl and then with llicm in marketing Hie finished product. As far as I can is virtually treMimj a monopoly, and I cannot understand how the small manufacturers can cxisl under the new "How many independent manufacturers will be hurl by Ihe Mr. Howlahd was ask- ed.' ;7- leasl a dozen will "They will be enlirely at.Hit; mercy of Ihe cor- po'rstions. can only say.lhal il is unfor- cnlirely. United Slitles has ccrloinly exercised a great deal of paiienre' ix-fore liSasurcsJ.- Ihis i alicnc c jsi_c8iiiiiieml able. io 11 civ ;i lized d is ariollier riiattcr. like Great Britain and Spain whose subjects have been mur- dered have looked (o. (lie in -accordance the Monroe doctrine-, to intervene, in Iht nciion'on the parl of the. Here, again the small h'um loses out.i'and.lhp big interests flourish, tlirough a bne-sidcu policy of higlt protection. CALLED TO ENGLAND TO RON BRITISH RAILROAD Henry W. Thornton. Sis wife .arid 'their .two chllilien aboard the S-S Lusitania, Just teford'Ehp sailed. lor Mr, Thornton 3iiya .he expects lo devote his entire cicrelcaTpr several 'months to n thorough sluilr of .the buflness In Alberta-tfill pay If properljr best of feed can be A hen wllh cross BOTen-clghlhE' Whifa ana Barred Hock n the Slate of Oregon -of 303 egg a In one year; at 25 cenle z. UUCD rcpra-.. jrrras lacoiae'of 16.31. Great Eastern system In order to larallEarlzcJlLlnnelr-wllh those details of English rnllroidln's irhich differ radically from Amfcrliaii THE ULSTER CRISIS to'the Wise is Editor, It you Kill iindly allow me space In your valued paper give spine rlewea should Ulster's rsslatanee'fo Home Kule a little clearer (o Lthe -minds ol .many ol your oply ledEa'-Is- based' appeRr- Ing ionr arid other s in .IvMternCBnidi.- NOHMAN XNGELL' OUK POINT OE VIEW riglils of humanity before now. has! however, at last bi-cii laken, bul il carihnf Jie a: thorough "clean up" is made in MeAiiJo by ihc IJnilcd Stales. Having made a start (his is what, under Uie circumstances, is lo be expected from Ihc Amcri can t-ovcrmiicnt. II should no! bu military action against Huertrt personally, lo force him lo make Ihc amende honorable lo salisfy Ihc dignity of the Stars and Stripes. Villa should as well he in- cluded in Ihe campaign in Mexico, and stable gov- Ornmcnl, law and order restored by the .United Stales while il is on Ihc spot. .Yern Cruz has fallen practically wilhpul a slriigglc. Jusl whal is Ilucrlu's game, anyway. 3rriiiips lie is lining up a big suit: for daiinigcs. .WHERE HIGH TARIFF ALLOWS A HOLD. United Jlelfasl "does on> clilth of iho of Ihe .iTni Ulster, ocns th] times Irelnnd. .combined. Ulster.; produces j per cenL-oC aH-jrlah cenl. ol nil per and 33 per cait...p[ A. author o[ "The and world's apoallc ol addressed epfi. declared uo-jld ECOD (ermfuale all Irish lloi Ulst.TT "i customa Bloodshed in HIE Colorado coal ionic forcibly lo nil of us the possibilities of (roubles between capital and labor.' It is a.re- grettable incident in 191-1 lus.tory .that will leave .1 blot on Colorado's record. Algerians generally will be sorry lo hear of H. C. McMullcn's removal lo Winnipeg, while at Hie same lime they arc pleased lo henr of his promotion. Mr. McMullcn has been a foclcr in building up Ihe livestock industry in this prov- Dl'MfXG the debate on the Budget speech a fag a plncc On Ihc Bisley Cadel Team from Can- Otlawu, Mr. Ihc meinlicr for Assini- j ada, Ihe Herald feels sure thai Ihe boys of Bat- briiu, referred lo the of faniicra with Ihe Cockshutl plough. These are edifying as shoning to whal extent a high tariff favors Ihe manufacturer nl the expense of the user. There are farmers in his constituency, slated Mi-', Tmiff, who ciinie from (he United Slates mid who brought over Cockabull slcam, gang or gaso- line, g.-ing-ploiiglis which Ihcy bought thr-rs sflcr a duly of fifteen per cenl. had been paid on them. j! These, ploughs have gone as far west from the QDd or more .than' twice tho rest of-Irelarid. In Ulster eiports and Imporls had a value, ol tolal for the of Ireland was thrte1 hacks havlnRtreir head olfices in lirlfan have x capital of Prom Iho dalo of'the Acfof 'Union unUl 16J1 Unionist nelfastTnulll. j I.lled Us Ijilrtcen 'acd 'a i half an occurrcnco >vllhout par-' allel In'the Unllnd Kingdom, The average number ot paupers -IB .20? per of population (n-'drral Drllaln And Ireland) wbereas tho'av- cragt for the same number In- llel- Issl is only 106: bi'l In Dublin II la and In Cork, 329. Thc tiilfHBl figure would be a dearieas'.bul Though Lcthbridgc djdn'l succeed in obtain-1 for the fact that otie iri every 12 of the Nallonallils to the official figures, a uauner. Tb.e'ratio for Ibo Unlonlals Is 36 per 000, figure -nr.oHy uoparilleled in the L'nllcd Klnsdoni, East IJelfnat. wlfh" aud Newry, with -021, have the same- I'our Unionist sealj', viz.: North Ueifasl, anil Enst and'soultl Antrim, have a tolal electorate of al- bloqdsatd la .Vie-xico.bj; celling togelb cr council of world powers, and com Meslco by eliuUlng cB to eo b or out of the rcbcl-Hddel Jts credit and no money, food Elulis or liliip or rail tralUc of any kind country. :I have 40 (en-acre tracts'5 miles-norlh east of the cily, i full Water right, for snle for per acre. The land adjoining 'cannot bonglil for less (ban per ;.icrc in -.These tracts are ideal fur poultry farms; sonic !Tyith ideal siles for reservoirs, lluis insurinrj-a'KOffil water sucplyi'snd natural gas cim be supplied .upon.application, tlic Gis'Cqnipnny's fnnin first paynienl of is made (akd balance jn'pbnllry and eggs'at LcllibriilgcThiar-. ltd [jrice. 'An Auto-will be al servic; of prosprclive purcnasers every day, al 10 o'clock tc enable them to ict these tracts." Ecksform ..LETilllUIHGE DAIXASHOTEL talion SOlnrc proud lhal Calgary obtained nine, out of phict's. The honor conies to the province. Calgary is to be congratulated on her the Calgary Herald: "YY. A. Buclinnnn, Mcdicinc Hal nicinbcr in the Commons, says the cifciontc bl fl factory as IOO miles from Thuc stl Mcrs boughl them in tlie United and 5 brought them into Canada, and when they went Ip Ihc Cockshull office in Wtyhurn to gel another plough of the same sorl, they found they had lo pay from lo ?110 for Unit same plough lhal Ihcy bronghl into Ciumilu without pnying liuty. The Cocksluilt riough Company has been able to pay n fifteen per cenl. duly, ;md forty-five per cent, .duly oil the repairs, and undersell, or the exlenl of selling trninloiids in the Urillccl Slnlcs.' Tliis is .-t'compuny which enjoys a. protection of twenty per cent. Us bend is n hiembcr of the House of. Commons, und strongly showed his opposition to reciprocity which nl- n reduction of five per cent, on Ihc duly on ploughs. .olulion of Ilic of Ihe west is to g.fmoic people on Hic'latHl. douhl il. 'Tlrt problem of Ilic. wesl al one Hint was one of pojiulalio'u; H' FOR THE AV, Ihc IIOAV dulios mi steel rods will ma- terially did liic corporations is .shown by Ilic following inlcrview accorded by Mr. P.-How- Jnncl, of firm of II. S. Ilowlanil mid Son, to a reprc.scnlalivc of Ihc Toronto "Up to the present slcel rods have come in loday il is coring for Ihc people .who are already here. Once conditions arc'made altogether right for those we have there will bc.no trouble nl- Irncling others, and in crowds siilHdcnl to rapid- ly fill all the land." 1'robably the Calgnry Herald is right. We would be obliged lo the Crdgnry journal for its solulion of the problem of loday. II is admitted Ihnl the cilics even now nre over-po'pitlalcd. A proper balance of rural and urban therefore one of Ihc 11 resolves itself, therefore, inlo a question of solving the problems of Ihe present rural populalion. If the Herald will pul ils car lo the ground and llilcir Iliitik il will find lhal Ihc demands of Ihc farmers lire for wider markets, for cheaper iigriculUiral im- plements, for better conditions under which-to carry or Ihe greatest industry of. the. proviuci And the parly championed by (lit Cnlgary Ilcnjld has not evidenced any uoliionhlc desire in lliat direction. We do nol sec, Ilitreforc, wltcrc'dio Calgary Herald cnn find il consistent lo hand out advice on Ibis innllcr even if il 1ms, in an un- guarded moment, hit pretty close to Ihc rool of Uic trouble. Cavan, and thn borough uf_Wewry, rc- pretenting seven .VnHonallVt, seals, fiATe over eleclore. HelfBF.t has over elect- ors for oic a number which cgtials the combined tolal of Galnav, Kllkcnns', hlraericlr, dorrv, ond Wtterford. East IlelfBrl has rf.orc voters than anr two divisions of Dublin, and North Pel- fast has morn voters than Cork City, which lias tsvo menbers. population or IKO of- the Un onlsl Antrim and" E more tlian one-allli of the whole or Ireland, And eicccda naught hy flelfajl earns Iwo-thlrdB ,ot lha vholc cuatoma of Ihc coun Iry. Yd II In rotresenlcd In Parlfa mcnl rnemberj, whlid Con caught flltecn. JAMKS IJAHlt. BACK FROM LINKING UP GRAND TRUNK Kdmonton, April bora o( the Grand Trunli Pacific .Hal' way parly, who witnessed Ilnkln of ttic atctl of Cf.rindn'B stcpml Trans continental nnllronj, arrlvfd la El monlon on their wny caal al S o'cloc this morning. The economical decoration of i H home lis lai-gfely a matter of knowing. the right finches to use.' Pot tKe cilenor 61 your hprrc tlicre i, no iKlter'painl thin Pilnt (Frepired) It U made of the purest of combrPtd in'corrcct, (deau'fic Wifl, ttie aid of ipecul machinery. long wearing paint ia liijniJ al! rc'adj-10 apply. For noon, ike tiiien (injsh to apply ii S-W Inside Floor Paia't, anil ilii'i fivci..'. i piilicuhtly good On.j floor the best iinilh Is Mar-not, a haid.Jrymj iTatctprool iloar.varniin. For wild of your whib'wiKr it S-W'Dccotinl, flvs; pleating cfftcll, they hot dnflliilSty inri'ni'tiae'.-ecanoniy, Skcrn-in- Wi'.liimi Flal-ior.e il unqucilionibly (he tot pijnl for wajll. It is afl cilp'aint that- .vcly-ety finish.. It il very durAhl? flnd.can r.-ahtJ I3jp and water; S-W-Flattoac cornel colon, of i Fot Ir.c-Vlrn'ilhbg ol InUliof- wort such l! hiinicolling, doorl, fuinidfrt, etc., r.e rccommtnd S-W Klcello Varniih, or S-W Xspsl, in old laihion'cd, general f.jrpojc varnilh, VFhich_ can b- iijcd JriiMe and o-Jtiide anil Juit th" rUng fcr vtrnhhcd vopdtrork ,in kltehcni, tiaihroomi, cr for Wt doon, porci'ceilings, j rtc. For (loon.uic Mlr-not, a iptclal foor varniin, will not tarn Vvr.ilc whtn natei ii Sf.ilW on il, nor it jhoii icfilchci marks readily, r .T _ can takicireotyour piTnl rliiti'ih nicd. Drop in'inil'iliicuis'yoiir- jr.J vainiih problcmi r.ith m. H Hick-Sehl. Hardware Go. Plunrifing, Heating, Tinsmilhinfi and.Gas Filtin'j' -g Office J762 'LETHBRIDGE 76? g ;