Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1914 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE OF CANADA. Ike TJilM Bank Cauia lives a IMen BaaklM Service There Is a graving tendency, vhich ve have ah'ays fcitor- closer relations beri'eentusiiwss men and their vlth a broader and more service liom bank lo aitamti. Open an sccount vith the Union Bank of Canada ard tako advantage ol the exceptional (jciUUes vhicfc our Branchu aaable us lo offer. A. B. KING. Acting Manager G. R. TINNING, Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LtTHBRlOGE BRANCH LT THRE British Columbia Oifers You Great Opportunities THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKEK. C.V.O., L1_D., D.C1-. ALEXANDER LAIKD. Cimrril Mmulrr JOHN Miuier V. C. HROWN. of Ccmtril Wevtcm Braacfcec New Political MID of the Old Country Will Be Prewcd Before Next Election March Junes, Liberal meraber for Mcrtliyr Tydvll. baa banded In a ntolutton for tho ap ot u select lOiuoiUlee to consider proposals tor u redletribu lion of eeitp. prixetiure sug petled Is uuiisuat. It has been tte for tho llouse'llrfill to ccmsltler refcVjlions on whlcli a I bill could lo besrJ. It -Aas EUct i resolutions that tho last attempt it i redistribution, that raade by the Un-j ct goxernmeul in IC'UTi, broUel down. The altitudo ihe govern- will adojjt. towards Mr. Jones' proposal Is aroubtojs much curiosity, i there Is a disposition to credit mic- CUIUC Pig V-llJ eters with tho Intention of dealing with tblB proljJeru before the oad of the present t.arlament. RESERVE FUND, CAPITAL, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES FOK THE OF or payable at their face value in the principal countries of the world, are sold for a small commission by all branches of the Bank. Kasily negotiated anywhere and self-identifying, they are almost indispensable to the' traveller. The holder is protected in the event ot loss of the cheques, as a separate letter of identification is issued with them. There is no safer or more convenient method of carrying money when travelling.- W4J Lethbridge Branch R. T, Brymner, Mgr, ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWINO SENTL6MEN WHO HAVE RETURNED FROM WILLOW RIVER Mr. Oorge Hertford of Its 'Chicago fays: RIVER his more ac4 a location superior than any clly ot IW.COD In the United Staioa." .Mr. S. T. St. Jolin. Inter viewed at Kdir.oaton. "WILLOW ItlVER jbouM be lumlerlug centre in Brttub Columbia ouielde ol Vancouver." Will Be- NEW DAYTON FARMER, FORMER COLLEGE PROFESSO'R, OWES HIS VIEWS wheat NUMBER KILLED AT FUNERAL I'aris. France, March were lield today over tbo body of Calmette, Ihe wJitor of. the Kiearo, nbo was assassinated by Madame The streets were filled by pollcemt-n to prevent riots. There wis no dlaorder. at St. Denis. a suburb, where a riuo-.ber were kill- ed. This is attrlbutcil to local bitter- ness as an election is held there today. The British Canadian Trust Co. OrncE BI.OCIC AJ.BEBTJ QEO. W. ROBINSON, MANAGER WE.BUY DEBENTURES WE BUY SCHOOL BONDS Agents The British Canadian Trust Company A Company CONYlEAflE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. CANNOT RECOGNIZE HUERTA CAUSE HE USURPED PRE- SIDENCY flY FORCE "Farmers Western C tr.aVe SLvh a chir.or Ui: this fall, that the goVrtim'.enl will hue to we oi twu things. They is ill titU-r 10 Carrie to a ml Ktiun of tie that Is) a r.cslcm ianr.cr in existence, and ara'il what lis ilnuands. or they niVBR, located'w II have to fet iloan ar.il o'jt so at the junction of the j sonieelji; die cac give heed to Sftliuon and WII'O-A- Rlverc, call." Is on tbt verge of great de, i Chas. jcr.fms, one veloptoent. I f most and ianncn- Induitrle. will this nioinmg. Mr. Jcniins uas nreni Trunk PaclBc retiTr.cd from a to his old read ofSeMi (retly predict horr.c in Obio, and not lock lor- WILLOW RIVER as one of ward ivith pleasure to a leuetiticm o! the really bit cltiei of last srason's in Retting ern Caaads. now I 0( crcp ]jc savs that the leel- Write at once for j ovrr )hc governni'ent's rriusal to KREK maps and information, j ar.d faimint; irnple- PACIFIC LAND 4 TOWN81TE6 CO., n.cnts lias caused much discussion among the farmers, are alt anvious io the removal o! these, iarihs, so that Ihoy tnay stand tetter of ccwducling their op- on a paying basis. They want .the American Markets for their grain, ar.d they want to lie relieved oi the tax on implements. Tlie removal oi the duty on stock has served as 3 great stimulus to the in. LisUy, uoi so much on account ot the has gone In bemuse the I farmer lias the assurance that Hie. I rtaoval will insure equililirium in the I Canadian markets. Mr. Jenkins says that every farmer in the south is baukine; on a Paekir.e; plant in and each is ready to patronize it the moment it LIMITED. Joint Ownerc'and Sole Age-nit There IE t-o a dicker at I'ort Lambton for surrounding vil- 302 Rlchirdt Street, B.C. ages. I Wanttd EA Pi I P A T dustry, tiol so much on a KM amo it of stock that h UUJLU! American markets, but No human watchman can be in two places at once. Yet your store is u weak as its least pro- tected point. Yale Padlocks are watchmen that arc never off the job, never fall asleep and can be everywhere at the same time. There is a Ya'.e Padlock in every required size and for every purpose; and each one watches your interests more faithfully and efficiently than other pidlock that you can buy. vJIMt- took. few t Canadian Yale Towne Limited Maters of VALE Piod'jcii Gerwra! OSce. and St. Catharines, Oct. Yife OPPOSITION" TO HUERTA Wiat the president, ciupbasiics Ms informal discussions ot tlie M L'nitcd Slatc-s, has never ol the Washington, D. C., Jlarch sought to approve oi individuals v.l.o _________ tniltd Slates government will Ml- may to the presidency ol _ come a reopening oi negotiations ico. nml that he has no Jut oi men SUIT AGAINST U.M.w. Ot A. with the Huerta government, or the whom he holds under the 60-called Trinidad. Colo., -Marcli Constiliitlonllisis, and will be ban bccauss oi alleswl complicity in Ing a combination by the Unifci sldtions throughout Western Fill your own tnnk wagon or steel barrels with Premier Gasoline or Silver Star arid avoid and trouble of hundlinj wooden barrels. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited Vnncourer 3H sftibm terms.of the Mexican minister ot tie- United' foreign affairs as a man of higji-'cbar- 'States, it is.tr.own now, will do all ncleri thai it to forward a peacenik Pct- tlomsnl, but the conviction is as slrons with "tbc ptvsident as ivlien he scut his iosttuctions j to Jolin Lir.d last summer, that in Mexico in the last- analysis is de- pendent upon terms that ivil] be caplable: fili'se lo lhe Const-itut'onal- Ists ar.rt the Huerla adrainifflration. HP rftOfciiizes that- tbc value aM proposals depends upon how far such, plans swi to draw the Mexican fac-j tions together in common agieeiiirat I in a provisional president, who caa Invoice aii election or manage the ma- chinerv in a way that wouM te ec- dorjMl hy Mexican gca- icrally. MIGHT SEN'D COMMISSION" One ot the suggestions made lo Prc- sidfni Wilson" laWy lli-21 sending ol a commission oi Americans i ol prominent, lo condi- tions in Mexico. Unoffitlal reports Lave hau il that both Carraoza and Hurrt-a would recehc such a rommis- sion. Ptesidefit Wilson is carelullr the sugFPfltion, said to midc originally by Osca.r ,S. Strausa, former amhasaador to t.r.A prominent in thf causa world pMtf. The prcsidmt, it is nm, icould ho glad to send sucb a if it. could the Mexican fittioas in arriving at an but It. is believed be feels that actual pface proposals must ne- cessarily originate the .Mexican and that unleaa the commis- sion were invlied to 50 lo Mexico its eirand vould bo fruitless, media- tion of Ihp same, sort having previ- ously rojMted by both Mcxicaa PRICES SLIGHTLY DOWNWARD Tha of Labor'a Indet N'umtcr of wholesale prices aloc-d at 135.1 for February BS compated I35.S ID Dairy pro tupecliHy were lower poultry, r.hcep. cuttlo atii beef, show but grains und foddo bof< advanced somoTrhftt, Tex tilw were slao down but lum ber, pa In I andi oils, and furs average higher. 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