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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGfi DAILY GERALD FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914 Uevalb e, Blberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per year..... :Pftily, by mail, per year...... Weekly, by mail, 3.00 1.00 1252 1224 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial. Office W. A. Buchanan John f orrance Managing Director Business Manager WILSON'S POLICY VINDICATED Woodrow Wilson's "waiting" policy In regard to Mexico seems to have been vindicated. Huerta has at last given up the fight and left the coun- try, and the future of Mexico how depends upon the man chosen to "head affairs In that much, disturbed repub- lic. It is to be hoped that the nevr president will bo strong enough to unlte-the factions; if not Mexico can- not expect revolutions to cease and the development of the country to be renewed. President Wilson's program avoided conflict with Mexico and the sanity lol the policy is now established. Had he listened to the demagogues the American Republic might long ago bare been engaged in warfare which -would have, exacted a heavy toll be- fore Metico had been humiliated suf- ficiently to meet the demands of. its sister republic. Fortunately Wilson possessed patience and courage. He 'was not to be stampeded Into doing something rash. The result up to the present} proves that lie possessed the right idea. Th6 world is-better for this example of patience. It proves that war can be avoided if there are men in control of affairs prefer peace to armed combat. A Chinese boy ranked high in rifle shooting at the cadet competition in Calgary. Surely we are not the Oriental for his future battle with the Trtdte race. Tell to H. H. Stevens, 5T.P. for Vancouver. district took a leap for- ward in "population the other day wtteh an Englishman -with a family of elev- up land there. That's the kind, of settlers we want. Lots of room for them in the south. "What is the use of giving women. the, present Skirts, tftey run TofdntoT Saturday" Night. They al- ways make a good run for the bargain counter, tight .skirt; though it may be. The Toronto World, Billy Maclean's paper, says the sooner the. Roblia government goes the Surely Sir Redmond Roblln has enough trouble without having W. F. Maclean Tory M. P., (hitting him oa -tine vrriet Sir Rodmond iRoblin Is to 'blame for these warm weather political rumors loir he began them with the talk that there -was only one seat certain for the Liberals in the Manitoba eleo- tions. Now he can't gninibla if the reporters dread despatches that he Is going to resign. The" Calgary -News Telegram sug- gests, that the Alberta opposition should feature Mrs. Nellie -IfcCluns in their next campaign. Since her suc- cess in Manitoba the Calgary paper evidently thinks Mrs. McOlung Is as lucky as a four leafed1 clover or a rab- bit's foot for an apposition. Rrafdhenko told his spiritual advis- er just before he "was executed: "You done more for me than any other man ever did for me in all mj" life." There is a strong moral here. Our responsibility to our fellow man is great. If we assist in .his degrada- tion we can now see where be may land, as in the case of poor Krafchen- If we do the friendly deed, and inspire a fellow with hope in himself and !K (humanity, we can aid in keep- ing him on the straight road. Had Krafchenko been led into the right ipath he had the mental equipment to carry him far on a successful career. Weasels are doing much damage t< poultry yards at Medicine Hat. Athabasca town, council ha? express ed Itself in favor of commission form of government A despatch from Fokin says -tha! China is about to apply to the .-'bank ers of the flvfrpower group for an- other loan of one hundred millions. It is "that H. -W, Laifd of gina is slated to succeed Lt-Govenor Brown of Saskatchewan, when hia term expires nest year. Coal -has been discovered within a few miles of Swift Current and