Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10
Previous Edition:
Next Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK FOUR THE LETMBlttlPCE DAILY' HERALD WEDNESDAY, AJ'RIL 29, 191-1 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 'j.... ESTABLISHED DECEMBER IM7. Publlthed by the Uthbrldit Herald Print_tnj Ce, Lt3> every lawful tvenlej at lit ctTce, Sixth Bl, LethbrWsc, Albfrta. Ciruii. A. Director. JOHN PHONE: EditorUi, Reportorlat and Na-.ti Oepartm'cnt 1224 PHONE: Advtrtlltng, Circulation and 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i vear, dellfered .....................S4.00 i yeir, >3.0o 6 months, delivered 52.CO Eictts. Rail months, delivered J1.M '3 mcnthj. br oiil N-75 1 raontX delivered ..................Jl 1 -25 cisused as aften na desired, cct both rtv -.v. niist bo given. tcthbrldQ: Red Cross- Drag-- Baattle 4 Lake Grassy Bobfc, Store Rob- ph r Co.f Crifib rooV Uoy Jackson Alexandra -Hotel; Provincial Kemp Coasa Ni.M3 Agency. pleVDms-Siore'f .Kenny- Lcthbrldsa Hotel Cigar PIncher Crer.k Dr. HcCrei: Mltche'.l Drus Leading Hook and News 103A S.ih Aie. World Xews' Co. Diamond Dr. WestUfee Hros. The Wde Station Edwa.-il Real Medicine Hit Co.; News Shop, World News Co. jell Clarencs -Knol- News A. E. Side N'fcws Co. -THE WEEKLY HERALD P'jb'isRed every Wednesday la'eight or morc'pstef, and contilns n pummary of the hews of tin I year in Jl.OO 6 months In advance.................... '50c. WARNOCK SIAKES GOOD. MR. AVARNOCK, the Liberal member for MricT leod, inatie a mai'ked impressiou hi lus speech 'the budget' The Dr. is not .a' frequent. the lie is. ah pblcrvant- at-. leitive membVr end. House lcpks.'upon him as a substauliai -man who; when, fie dofe s nbout ling hand in the cotmtrj-'s affairs, and it looks as if it n'ere up to them to extend.thVoliji branch. talk i nbout. Some very kindly rjddinruentswere.'inaUe upon to speech by eastern.- 'newspapers." The .Toronto Globe in its report said: i1 "There was'a'-'seSious.note of belf-sufTicicnl tendency whicli'seen.is, at times :to the interests of -tbe east" 'inMhe- qiiiei- ipoken, upemolional slatenieuts made to ParHa: jcaent this af lemodn hy a rarcly-hearil but hririi- thinking western farmer. fDavidjWarijpck came.froni Scotland .in 1889, tlie: proceeded immccfialeryiWest; jwrd, and settled in the then primitive. prairies. jie'caraeV.to 1911- aind proceeded to tlis is onfe of the mos t faithful attendants in the "House and. lias done Chib Greijl things may ngnttylD.e, expected.from an .organization with thai name. '.Lelhbridge ought to iijtle !arger spot .on'the map now. If TI..B. .opposing-any trairicking witlvlhe belicve-he we take off our hat to him.. lhe''nail on.-the. head .this time; antlxan in'surge as he-likes. :tpbech of the daj-'from'fhe Lilieral'sidc of.ths House was Tiiade by Dr. Warnock if.a Scplfish Liberal of does not get upon his feet something he hasn't anylhjng''lo say.'' Carefully' prepared and not prone to make slatemehtstwitiiiJUt au- Wbrity, consequently a dangerous jiiari to oufffor.frefe wheaf.'ffpe agricultural iniplcnjents arid free food, giving reasonably reasonable arguments to'support'his ppinions." TOE BKEAK. _ IE ray in doing their slinre to close the break; Just Kent to the If the mayor will see to it that Ihe Health will general relievmgcthose whose conscientious scrurple_s are against viccina- fion, the Herald will ed to'gyar'dagainst anything that looks jike cjas. legislation. We -will leave it to' the to decide whether.they will iei it go at that. The "Winnipeg supposedly an pendent organ, has this to say of the fnnff Wduc- "Protection is the policy of .the Cgriserya- live government arid of the Cbnsen-dtive party in Canada. It .never lives up to its Free trade is the policy of the Dominion opposition I] never lives up to its policy. Hon. Mr.- While's budget speech, delivered this week, a of five'per cent. cultural implements entering This puts to the credit of the'Conservative parly reductions in the tariff on'these importations of 'Wenty-per iff free trcde fif- teen years of office, managed tarift1 only two-and-a-half per cent. To be sure, .the Liberals, now in opposition, profess to'bq greatly disappointed because the government .has not placed agricultural implements on the free list- but the fact'that during fifteen'years of office they made reductions of only per cent, makes if impossible for ex- pect to be treated seriously in tentions and professions. 'The reduction "of the duly on .these imple- ments from sevcntecn-and-a-half per cent, to Iwelve-and-arhalf per cent, cannot foil'to'be'of great benefit, to the farmers of', particiOarly'tp the farmers of Wcslern Canada." Whoop-la Mr. Farmer, produce a smile. The reduclion inrduty on agricultural implement cannot hclp'but a "great benefit" to the west- ern farmers, Sure, they'll soon all be rich, American Colonia publan.-la ilesicac colony'six miles from Casas Grandea.' Both of :.thfcse with .They gathered'aroaad tljem 'some.'of tbeir''friends, and' Portiiio where VIEWPOINTS Is every minister in the Bordcti gpveriirncnl to je'his own .whip? Or is Col. Sam creating H new He is equal to this work and tiny other 'that comes in his way. We shall never know Col. Sam's worth till he js lost to Ihe public serv- may come after the next clection.-r- Otlawn Free Press. A specin! despatch from Ottawa to Hie Hcgina Province the Coiiservalivcs arc very bit- ter over Ihe declared intention of leading Liberals to force the Borden government to apply the clos- ure to put through the contemplated aid to Ihe Mackenzie anil Mann interests. This is the first we have hcnrd (hat Ihe Liberals had decided on such action, hut we arc delighted, fp hear it ant: be Leader, 'they. bought arms and ammunition and- obtained sorae money their'work. They returned to Casas Grandes, organized accompany and many'.pf inhabitaaU fell.readlly All of their work toad been In ECCrct and- G0.no ot-the authorities. In .AC district had any "inhling of what.was going on. One of the. members-how- ever, turned..traitor and 'gave whole plan away to the Governor oJ .he State, who i.a turn transmitted it to President Diaz.- ---.r -f Abo'il a week before 'the party Vaa :o mobilize the .public of- lices of Casas' Grandes and Juarez, the :abidfhg .the district v, ero very mucj> shocked one day to see a company spidlefp ar> pear at the and seize about 200 of the leauti.0'.- young rntn.: -'They were hustled In a special car to itiahua.where they "were cha'rged 'be- fore a Court-Martial with being tral tors. The fathers cf-Porting and Que- went to the City'of 'yeiicp'and pled for the llres of .their' tons before ihe President of' Mexico, and'beca'use of their long govern- ment, 'Hresldent' Dlaz: parlfally'' met their wishes and th'e boys we're ait'... ed to the jialt nflnea on' Uit'weBt Voast of Mexico, instead of heing :'executcd Several- of -the othtr leaders -of- the rovolutio.T were.shot and. tho balance were either drafted to the army, cr allowed to go when Madero started hlB re- volution and was' successful'In'' over 1ng Diaz, Portillo were released from their Imprison ment and returned to tbeir home In Casas Grandts broken In health and with their spirits apparent- ly more They could not hpw ever, remain fi'jlet very lorig, beraiisfi they were.tho heroes of the hour and tho Mexicans are great pert. Becoming with the way :.fadero was runrrfng things ganlHd a company of ptopls nelghborhood and 'atArted. a npri' re volution. This hcfori the time 0 Carranza or Villa. They captured the arsenal at Orandcs, derarjrsllz- cd tho railway..seryice-'.betwein- Chi- huahua end Culdad'.Juarez and-made a camp at Madero, whero the Pesrion Company, spent several millions of Ing' up'a town an'd.lumncr'Jtfcl.uslry. In a battle with the Federal army tfiey wero fcatlored.and the two {eVders, Portlllo and CJuevsdo, were'separated Portlllo started a guerilla. partly recognnW'tr under Railway stocks have declined lu value 4s tho res-jit damage Is done, the people are asking the Interstate Com- merce- Commlsaioa 'to "grant an in- crease of five per cent in railway M.unlcjpal .ownership "and public ownership ire-splendid principles.-bat n 'r successfully only they do ifot frighlen away priv- ate capllal.-. Tim managers 'of tha big rnueh.'qf 'the trouble-, be- causa too grasping. is ger in'the The diidfellpvfs' hold 4heir an- nuaV ncit a..rss.-ciiicanr opn err-nkg give he heteaitcr A Stocking for .Your 'dealer aelli them' in BUck Tan. Cort _ no more than the ordiiMury Look for Buster on the. box I.-... Buster Browii Mothers! Stop Darning I can wear the.se stockings without ever getting a hole in them, and you know me.' I am .1 not too careful. I ever did wai to put my name on this host- i ers -would know how to biiyDarriless Stockings." Don't spend...hours and hours.... darning stockings. There is no need for boys Buster -Brown Stockings of ,lhe strongest; -Jong' fibre cottorv .speciajly twisted and tested for" krrifted' double or treble where the wearis the hardest Sare money, too I' QirU, -Batter Brc-m't Sltltt't Wr.tho l> lf'.-r.tti lookinr '1 A .i l Pnrt. A IhlJld Entllili cxtuiint lltli that It lo tt liH Bl.tk, Blot ,U AT. HAMILTON AND WELLAND. ONT LM, ;