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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 23, THE LETHBRII ESTABL by the. Lethbrldst Herjtd Prin telhb W. A. Mirljlng Director PHONE: Editorial, RepartorUI and New) Department 1224 DAILV I delivered closed as often as DAILY HERALD SHED DSCEHiER 1907 iinj Co, UA, Hvrfut ev.nlnj at IU Alberta. Canada. JOHN MrtrtUlpg. Circulation v.t 1 2 5 2 RATES 11.00 3 ttoaths. by mall .15 1 by mall .-ired. but both rt-.r ard olrt must CB given. THE DAti.V HERALD FOR SALE AT ..ethbrldge-RM- Cross Druj Cr.nbrooH-Deattt. i Mer- Orawy. Lit. ft Bookstore: 3- 0- Co-: Crwbreoi ertion Co.; Jackson t Company. Kemp Co Hotel; Peo Provincial Newi Newi Asency. rle's Drug Store: Kenny t Company. Ciloary-Leading tllln: LcttbrWse Hole! pincher Crerk-Dr. HcCrei: News S ore 109 A Itb. Ate. Cliar Stand. Ulteliell Co. f Wutteke- Bros. Plnch.r SUtlen Edwaid Diamond Dr. D'Are, The Vide World Read Co.; News Shop, St. Paul-World News Co. Medicine Hat AMJnlbclt rjranweil Street Co. den. Macleod-A. D. Fertusoa. Bfver Sid. Avenue. DuMh-WorM New. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In elEht ot it. DO la advance. year In advance PROPOSED REDISTRIBTON PA1PABLE CASE OF 1ERRYMANDER1NG Stated Attempt to Spread Edmonton anvith its usual prompln held, at which an enquirj- was ordered into tlie lolls charged for carriage of freight west of tire Great Lakes, and the onus of proving whether the rales in Eastern Canada discriminated against those in Western Canada was qrijhe carriers. Since that date sixty-two hear- ings have taken place in nil the principal cities towns of Western Canada, besides those that Jdok pla'ce in Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa; 190 jtlays were occupied at these hearings; 71'wil- nesses were examined: 158 exhibits covering 4870 Jiages, filed; 6148 pages of evidence, embracing folios, were taken down. The last hearing look place in December, 1913. The decision was announced on the 7th instant. f. Considering that the. Christmas holidays fol- Jrjwcd the last hearing, Mr. Draylon has prao- occupied only thrjee months in reviewing !lhe enormous mass of evidence and maze of sta Vjistics his board. t. I. 'Taken altogether, reviewing that jjlie board mentions in its judgment, the only con- itiusioii" can be that Chairman Draylon and his j associates have first rendered a prompt and de- denied official recognition by the world powers; with a reputation stained by the-asia'ssinalion of Madero, he cannot lead the republic out of the dark depths into which it has fallen. H will take some stronger and kindlier hand; it will lake some modern wise just man who is actuated by loyalty to his'country'and to is people rulher than by the spirit of greed and ust for fame lhat seems to actuate men.of Huer- a's type. Let us hope that out of the present riils such a man will rise. Mexico has much eed of him. in her hour of trial. country east of as Bow River U to be formed running east of OUR POIfVT OF VIEW What about Arbor Day? Don'l forgel :bmes on May 8. The way the Board of Trade is disposing of hose potatoes would lead one to believe thai the rish immigration to Southtrn Alberta hits been 'airly heavy. l.tisivc'judgmcnt in a remarkably, short lime, am I "have built up a rale structure covering ever) Kiransporlation activity west'of the Great Lakes the fact that Mr. Drayton tool of this case after the death of the late Hon J'J. Pi.Mnkee, and after considerable of Ihe evi had taken, he is to be congratulate .ion the manner in which he has handled the case i'fhe Interstate Commerce Commission, on th 'other hand, in numerous cases that have com .'bcfore them, instead of building up a rale siruc- lure by which the railways could have some mea- _sure fo work on, have destroyed the old basis, iibilittited new, have hrougiil 10 American railway systems to a verge of iinan- iiil collapse, and today fire confronted with a ?uirthd, largely by the business intcr- 'ls, that flic railways should be allowed to in- case their rales." ..-The 'ribiite accorded to the chairman of the Commission and his colleagues, in the Spe'dittpn displayed in coining to a decision, will IK 'one which will lw readily endorsed by those have gauged the importance and the im- Jl'cnsily of the labors they have been engaged in. MKXICO'S NEED. TI1E. story of the Mexican situation ns told to Herald renders yesterday by Captain (lon- tilcx of-the famous liotise uf Gonzalez makes OTHER We read somewhere not long' ago fliat "a grape fruit is a lemon that had a chance and look advantage of it." If this be the case there is probably hope for some of us. .We know a fev. lemons that sadly need just such H chance. They are people concerning whom Ihe general verdicl is, "Good, mil Guardian. Here's Dr. Kdwards, of Fronlenac, coufes along and advocates in tiie Commons the raising of the InrifT on everything the farmer produces It takes some long-headed mathematician fo fig ure out just where we are at nn tnriff matters ii Canada just at the News Telegram. Mr. Bordcn's newspaper friends are claiming credit for the government because the Mailwny Commission planed off some of the inequalities in western freight roles. If the government is going to annex credit for what Commission did in Ihis respect, the government mus! also accept responsibility for the Comnliission's dec- laration that discriminative rnlc-s in compared with are justified. If the Coiiimission only a sort of executive body- working under government direction, Ilien the government must answer for what it does. If the Commission is an independent body, then Ihe government cannot claim credit for its good I'lillctiu. S. B. Mitchell, Agent, tetMirtiige. hot ar Wolfe's Schnapps IMUO you will and wake up in the indro- Eaat Calgary and Siaclecd to the east- the prorince. Here as this. whole district IE populated by Who. is to be manager bi McCon C. W. GRAY.. HARDWARE AND Phone 761 310 Fifth St. South, Lethbiidje. parkeia u4 the speech'.o! their bytalonc very mncJO P9 The boundaries of Red will "that territory north of tiie Ciliary and Bow river teals to -.the proTjncial seat of LA- tombe.' It will Vl'retch west to the JWcliiej. ,It IE'a matter of common opinion ".that Vie "gang-' at Ottawa would dearly love to defeat Dr. because he Ii 'spl fir'.'tjwr' Irade, but they have p'ricllcaliy.'iiven up hope, It he- fcj iidmjtted thtt' even the wildest ferryjnan'derinf could not elect-a conseTvatiTe'Mn agricultural' jion of Alfcerta. In Stratltcona again urban and rura' are) tosether. seat will include.Ponoka. and Edmonton .South'..' Under! this rlan. parts of tie city, of Edmon-i ton will be In parts of three different- seaU and wholly In1 none.......', Victoria is talierr bodily away froia where it was; and-moral .west-iv is-: elude Camroso, Scdgwlck and! Vegreville ai far r.brUi 23 the Sas-1. tatciownn of Ing liberals. ___ ___ Tako Chance Tho new 'constituency of Battle- river U a belt' running north about. 75 miles widtf, in lie eiatero part the province, part of tormeriy belonged to tlclorla. O. U Hudson, Conservative" member, of fhe legisla- ture for Waljnwright, is another who Is willing tojlafce a chance'on golnB to Ottawa. THE CANADIAN BANK O COMMERCE UJOCANDEIl V. K! JOHN ot Centi HESBffE- n'armond, April mass meet ng ol the citizens; of nay.hipid was held on Saluniaj- night at the ppera louse. H was called bv the officers ol the- Agricultural socjcty to. consider, the details ot the coning" lair in Au-" gust and to esplain th'e which are telnj oliertd. The Ellison HilliJg Klevator company is giving very Ruhstantial prizes George Green spoVe on of the contest and the great wlviBV agea that will atise to commun- ity by improving the yield ttroiighout to district a ftw 'on acre, its ia a practical lairber in Utit district and Isia'boosler 'or AlbeiU. p'ield Superintendent. J. spoke lor Vtt. Sugar, company on the rlistribut'on ol the of- fered lor sugar beets. He in Metail the pieparation' ot Itat 'or beets and ihelr cuHivaticm. He (erred to 11.'H. Klrabnll'aiKt ArU.ur Daht lo vedlv bin .asseittons they wete the rr.en ol Ibe hour. A vcir Interesting teri ncd by Mr. Dahl that liy nrpljliiji barnyard manure his tor.r'agt in was increased from tons. Now this Is'aK 'the. (armtt wants to know that he can raise elgh teen torn to the acre and to true that even 23 hav been raised on one acre.' Mark V. Croxall followed by gen eral remarks on lioostlng [or mo'nd'a Oreatfst Va'it." .'Mrrtl titt one is planninj! nn winning thing. The contest Is on in earnwi .Six thousand dollars dlstribnte thiough lhi> (nir agency Is for the neighborhood. AND TRAVELLERS Yhc CaisaJfan Bank ofCommcrce, by reason of its large number of branches i Province df Canada, wilh ilirecl in Jxjnilcn, Enc., New Yort San Francisco, Seattle, 1'ortUnJ. Ore., .Mexico anil Si. John's, NflJ., ivith Agents Toronto restaurant if the license transferred. Tho trials have not et been concluded followini; the largei of "disorderly uainet r. MoConkey. for scenes created i hli on New Year's Eve. and Drafts all the cowries of IVie world, m.slerlinj, francs be caslicj or purrhared at reasonable ralcl.. Branch R, Tv Brymner, fit KIN LMftlNC FM Alt v ething to make the load easier." Bomething to take the quiver out of my bones as -I wend my. wa7 through And' there it Spring HTG rubber in Hew Dunlop Heels. 60 cents the pair put on. ;