Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, MAY THE LETHBK1DCE DA1LT HERALD PAGE KITE j BAKING POWDER pure, healthful, When buying an article of food you are entitled to know exactly wiiiat you are buying quality and Ingredients. 1 If thiis information is refused don't buy it. Some of the low grade baking powders are advertised, but the ingredients of the powders are scrupulously concealed. A housekeeper would not use a baking pow- der containing alum if she knew it. It is well when buying to examine the label on the can. Unless it shows the ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it. Dr. Price's baking powder is abso- lately free from alum. Peonage System Cause of All the Bloodshed in Scarred Mexico ToEohto, liay special callc from Belfast says UH- (IrrsloorJ'iierc that a number ol influ- pnlial.-.busiacsS'mfti of all.shades oi politics will-lie billed into, tho Home lliilo conversations going on in Lon- don Dixiiiipr Sir .ICilwafd ami Andrew Honor lav: I'U'nlt'e'r Long's "assurance that Ul- .sliir's principles will not. lie compro- mised lias allayed the feelings of the -.opposition, it-is- certain, will'never alloff" Home Rule to lie'Passed without a. pledge, for the exclusion oi Ulster. It othcnviEe, a provisional gorernmeflfc irill at once be set up. backed by, tlie rolunteers1 baronets. "General McCrcady Deny and Omagh j-csterdar, consulted the local-authorities and returned to Bel- fast A ivliitc paper.just issued shows McCready to be priclicnlly "the mili- tary- governor of Relfast, command- ing the civil and military forces of Me'.vicarr itoday to the ac- cprOing-.-to B despatch received liy Carillo, Cairanza's tcpresent- atfvc-in this city. There .fighting, the despatch added, General Gucrrern driving a pnrt ot -the Fed- jral forces to the water. Iron I. The "despatch by 'Kabela, Sec- "retiry of FfoTcfgn ChiKua-' huav General Tollei, Fc'dcra! com-! tie FROM t'ltO.N'T_PAOE NOT I.KGAL In the war ol 1858-18G1 .the Calhor lie "church ;.was overthrown 'by' Juare'i (pronounced the Jesuits wero ;drivcu oul ol the-country property' was ceaQscale'4, religious marriage service uoes not constitute a legal marriage'in Mex- ico, so that where religious ceremon- ies are looked upon as .vital, the civil service takes place first, and that' is immediately followed bjf the religious 'ceremony: IN i Historians blame .the Jesuits .-loi; the troubles In Mexico, but be'that al it tho "-church did .not! ..quiet- ly, stand aside! 'but' began'Becre't methods of .undermining dcmocrici-, liberty, freedom, education, arid, reat independence, i directing the minds of could reach, along, lines in opposition to the that had taken "to tteslroy it. Th'to. results', are Jar from Beneficial to the people. I think if some amicable arrangement hot-ween the church and the govern- ment could be reached, it would- be better for the people. However, lluer- ijta and men of uis.class are theories largely Priests ol other orders in the Catholic church must bo persona grata because I Jiave witnessed several of them, fully- performing marriage cere- monies. These wore- allowed first In Mexico through the influence of the young wife of President Diaz, -in violation ot the Constitution. 'I CHURCH VERSUS "STATE ''i There question that :today the bitterest enemy to --IJemocratlc government as it exists at present under tho Constitution is the Cathy- lie church- There is, practically ,.'no other church orguniiation iroith Wjlile1 af Melico. liqt'.inyatiy.'sense ptetehding to criti- cize'ih'e'Catholic church. Thcre'is no strife between other denoniinatioJis and the Catholic church. Tire strife, is between the Catholic church and .'the (Torerimienr, or 'the 'church the people, Diaz is accused of being the tool of the Catholic cJihrch by -the people, and ivas looked-upon during my'so- jouru down there, as a tyrant and 'oppressor o! the common people; HUERTA IS TREACHEROUS? TYRANT Marlero was u reformer anil tried to bring about better conditions in his .country, ol the 'i man practically nfter tlre-r-type of Diaz, grauherl-the power, to the great ileirimtnt ol He can he "accused of mounting a'throne through treachery and bloodshed and Home Made Candy, per pound 20C m a tl e Qlioc o 1 a 1 o s; per .pound 40C dozen -20C bas- ket's for Ice Cream --..-4" Palace Confectionery COB. 6th'ST. AND 4th AVE. Opposite Alexandra Hotel. STABLAND TONIGHT MISS'ffMY LAWRANCE vile murder. tyfant a to driver It has been ai> gucd that aulncrjc) nas, benc- .gc .'iTici mander, sent to'the Constitu-1) despo'tisni3 is tionaJists that, he .could do nothing j hard to conceive, and which uncon- but surrender. I sciously the country is louay trying Early Morning Sunlight YOU will find your finished your work will become far by using Sunlight Soap, for it cleanses and purifies clothes more quickly and thoroughly than ordinary soap. Sunlight is the most efficient Laundry Soap sold on the Canadian market is pure heyond compare. You try Sunlight Soiip according to directions; and, you'll sec tlic .early niorniiig sunlight shining on a line of the whitest v clothes that ever spoke of housewife's pride. 5e. nli Il'a liar! la ibc binds. Sold A ginnnm Iliere il nol puticle of (dullerul or impurity lit Sunlight Soap. al to I hi; "ifatcfuil piogrfss I btlM-c ft was, bution CQUntay suffered, ,lillld I3t-llove It has'd-terred' (advancement in civilization Diaz Rdiicatipn, denecl the Consliiution and built up 'a central- ized Government of oppression for. selfish gaio. IJC appointed all officers and such as were willing to be used carry out Iiis- plans, one of wliich iras to suppress, education; because an educated people would' not tolc-r- atc the tyraniiy.-b.f deapots. LANDLORDS" OWN OOUNTRY Under Diar. the common people tfere enslaved- Labor unions, theon- lv protection for tbc op- pi'essed poor, wete forbidden 117 him and suppressed military forco. Lining' in ignorance, liberty gone, op- pressed and persecuted, life became a burden; death preferable, and it made the masses desperate. No wonder, tou the land once, owned by the people, is now owned hy a few great land- lords wilh the connivance ol Ex-Pre- sident Diazv Ir. one northern state, Chihuahua, ('pronounced Chi-wow- General Terranza tbirly JmJUioH acres.; Tlw entire state of is .owned by four men. SOME WAGES All of Mexico is practically owned by one thousand men.- The poor farmer is forced 'to rent from these sharks at, the jirice of one-third of the crop each year, and to borrow what money he requires from the same. He must sell bis crop to tbe same who fix their own prices. The farmer is so illiterate that he must f accept the sharks1 accounting. When, a laborer works for thss'e sharks, he gets" the munificent sum of 201 cents per rtay. High wages, 7 A BAD SITUATION The pool man is always in debt arid at tho mercy. of the loan sharks wiio charge from 2 per cent, to 21 per cent- month. .1 knew one Am- erican loan shark 'thnt .out of a starling capital of a. for- tune, of over- in .ten years, and boasted .about It. I was told ol another, a., Mexican, who out of a starting capital ot 1300, was worth over a million and a half, made by grinding, life put ol poor Mexicans. Practically. .all the oil wolls are owned by Pearson, an Englishman, and sonic Americans who linvn a monopoly: on--.Mpjtican trade, and ex- emption from taxes. The Mexican' in flic midstvof Jiays -'about rtiurh as. we do for coal oil, which I'-is-'practlcaUy the only. lighting system in- the country. ..NO THANKS I' went into Mexico on one year's m tract '.large1 salary, and promptly- -left-. its expiration, .in apitc of .much' Inducement to. remain. Nothing' decent to' eat, in' rtailv peril 5c of one's 'iVe, 'rind rt scotching cliniaU not "ftttPeaP-to wo. A List Of Practical Helps For Saturday Shoppers A Number Of Items Specially Priced That Will Sure Make Saturday A Busy Day Women's Raincoats Just Arrived ENGLISH RAINCOATS of fine Parn- mella, splcncliil wearing qualily. MERCERIZED FINISH COATS, heavy rubberized lining, military collar. S6.50 RAINCOATS OF MERCERIZED REPP in navy only, rubberized lining. PEIOE NAVY CRAVENETTE RAINCOATS ot fancy weave, mercerized finish. S8.50 Women's Cotton Hose 2 pairs for 25c A quantity of Cotton Hose, double beol and toe, full fashioned leg, deep garter top and warranted stainless dye. The shades arc black or Ian. Regular price 20c- a pair. Children's Lisle Gloves 20c pair Children's Lisle Gloves in colors oak, apple, tan and white, manufactured by Dent, Allcroft Co., therefore the high, standard of the line is assured. Usually sold at 25e a pair, a perfect filling glove. Men's Kid Gloves pair Every man knows the reputation of Dent's kid gloves for perfect fit and dura- bility. Well, here's another little line of their product, values, Saturday Ladies' Parasols 95ceach A line Parasols, strong and ser- viceable, seven rib frames, fast black cover. REMEMBER, WE SHALL HAVE RAIN. Bulk is now the rage Yellow Dutch Sets, per pound...............20c Wax Beans, per Ib 25c American Wonder Peas, per pound Little Gem Peas, per pound.............25l' Sweet Corn, per .Scarlet Runner Beans, per Windsor Broad Beans, per pound Field Per Mammoth Mangold seed, per. pound.......... -4-Oc Crosby Egyptian Garden Beet Seeds, per Ib. .jjjl.75 Swede Purple Top Tur- nips, per pound -40c White Clover Seed, Se- lected, per pound-----gjjc Lawn Grass Seed, per pound .-----25c and 35c Stock of Alfalfa, Timo- thy, Brome Grass and Western Rye always on hand. Complete stock of Pack- age Seeds. Specials in Grocery Dept. SMOKED HAM, whole, per pound.. MALTA VITA, 3 packages for......2oc SMOKED HAM, half, per pound-----360 -JAM, 5 pound ,5QO SHIPMENT OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TO ARRIVE IN THE MORNING. New Novelties in Neckwear and Shadow Laces McCall Patterns The Bentleu Co Ltd' LIVC XvCU. DOMINION MEAT MARKET Saturday Specials Strictly Fresh Fresh Made No. 1 Ranch Eggs Farmers' Two Dozen Dairy Butter Two Pounds Dominion Rolled Boneless Shoulders .18c per Ib. Phone 1654 Gor. 4th Ave., and 6th St. S.