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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOCR THE LGTHUIUDGE DAILY HERALD FKIDAVi -DECEMBER 12, 1913 i 5 .7. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1KT PublUhed by the Le'.hbrldgt Ha raid Printing Co-, Lid., every lul huge number of Progressives. Klytiic's conclusion is Dial if Wilson keeps up the reputation he has established he can-have ti second term, not because he wants il but because llic people want him. W i in Less than, hvo'w'fcks liirCii Ask for litrkey raised in Southern 'Alberta. Do your :il home" rifilil, lliis Christmas. I v AN.OEXCtlSE LOOMS UP. If. Hie weed nuisance is-so in Hie so .doing hclfcr move than the citv's business could IK kept -up to intentions of commission government. Canada has more miles of railway per capita than any. other country. Vve have 30.0SS miles in operation; miles under and several" thousand more miles in the brains of promoters: This is a mag- nificent achievement for tho railway builders of tits century. .But the peo- ti'.e of the country have also done their sha-re in completing these hugt enterprises. In cash subsidies, the Dominion Provincial government, and municipalities given in cash up to date, the immense sum of oT-land, and .guarantees aggrcgallns ;For'1912 the increase in'cash sul> sldfes.over" 1911 amounte'd to 55.SS2; SIS; in land, acres, and In guarantees, 4S6.733.CSS. In addition fo-tlris, the government is construct- ing tho eastern division 6: tue Grand Trunk Pacific at a cost which Iho minister ot finance announced in paT itamenl .would probably reach ?243, of which the expenditure ot Jin.OOO.OQD has already taken These Items added together rnalie EASY MARK S hear he's very sweet onl you.'1 C lie's'good for1 about tw6 pounds or candy every. ivc-ek." I SIR WILFRID L-A.UmElVS free food polW.y lias apparently struck' a popular chord and tlie'vcl-Ji'an statesman is being deluged with messages of congratulation from all parts of the dounlry. Farmers and workingmen are especially delighted and tiic Conservative leaders arc being compelled lo admit, thai' the new Liberal policy adds considerably .to .the difficullics confront- ing the government, in the country. pav-int; high jiriccs for their food for several years, but during the past three years the prices have soared .bring real distress, to .the people of limited means, and that includes die great majority in this country.' Art idea of the tariff exactions is gleaned from the 'official records and it will probably surprise some in this Supposedly productive country to learn that for the supplyi.njj.jaf. imr tables the custom's "duties paid by Canadians runs awfiy jip in thc.inillioiis annually. Canada last year imported Can- Morthern news. The criticism works holh ways. Cheaper cable In ittc west realize noi rales'for newspapers help on I the Inipcrinlism idea than at prevailing than one might be inclined lo think.' transportation problem TO mains the greatest national proMem ot Canada. High transportation T, i r, ii, f i charMa are one 6t the cMct causes o! Hon. Robert Rogers forccasls a debate on free wheat at Ihc our C05t ot hayo giv coming session, of Parliament. Evidently lion. Robert is inlenllen generously lo our railways. They on'paving Ihc way. liul perhaps-imagine llife have.been to lion in Tory llic same Hon. Bobliad'dared subh n prior lo September 1911. talling pearly eighteen millions in value and on it paid duties For" fruils and nuts Canadians wcre'.inadc :lo pay; last ;ycar '12-1 in tribute money. at the scrlt-of cus- IODIS, anci so moats, flsli, bread stuffs iiii.d otiicr'com- in'odilics-coming within .thc: range of people nave been heavily faxed. V 'V It is certain thiit the duties can be removed- froiii'--llitsl articles without doing Hie slightest injury fp Canadian iiituis- He would have been howled and Iv will continue to pay truitor" to bis connlrv. The exigencies of polilical li.fe! out we must have It. tlo in aWcplai .flin-fiop. y f President has slated he will leave the question .of where to go for Christmas -to the "main nicaning Airs, Wilson. ciid-.adniire calidid nicn. Now some nicn are always leiihig ab'oul bchig cock at home, when a-tiiere glaiice lell.tliat Iliey Moses when "niajri-lioiise'' is'nrpund. The President'is' uaininu a world-xvide from- ocean to ocean more for the present como when railways grea want no The- time ha should slo; We, Handle All the Good Things You See Adveriked in the Big .Magazines. THIS store is headquarters. You will always find here everything i you- would jcxpect to find in' a sirrjilar ;m6fSrJ specialize on articles of ecnuine merit. Articles rfe have'tested and tried ourselves and.vre.can rccora-. and indorse. You will find here all of the 'of ttie' standard househoU articles advertiied in rnacazinei. We add burowii guarantee to thatof tKe rcp.ilJa'lioii for ifnljiflilntss. tries, or products, and (he removal of Ihe taxes could do lio of cars daily, it is just possible Ihnt than grcjii'iy assist in relieving the burden under which the pro, lamojmlin.t' to aijmially in UncleiSa'ih'.s favo pie are at present would have to be gone into a rc-adjustmenl of burdens heavy lift on shoulders better able to stand'it than the masses. Sir Lauricr is in close touch with the people and in no declaration lias he met with more popular favor than in his free food policy. A fret dinner table for the masses and free wheat for wesl- frn fanners is the policy of the Liberal party. Canadian calllu arid hogs poiiring iiilo.lhc Slates and Canadian oats jumping the barrier of six to (hi1, tiine trade favor >vill will begin lo see it (hat way after a while. building main lines and rtei-ote lliei attention Brat lo covering the coun- try with a net-work o! branch line: whicli will nerve the vast areas wail ing for scCtlerdent; and second, t (lie improvement.ot their service, uy easing Ihu conslruclion of main incs for the present, Ihe companies to buy engines and :are, to build terminals and sidings, md lo make other improvements in heir service, wlilch are Hie crying needs ol the country. I________________ Of COURSE NOT .Men are so unreasonable." now '.My husband aU-aya expects me to know whero ho lelt hla old pliie. Do I cvtr ask him where I pul my pow- der Cily Journal. DEMAND WILSON'S RE-NOMINATION. WILL Wooilrbw AVilson he a candidale for President It will be 1916 when the million is. answered but already it has become n favorite theme for discussion. In tho Demo-, .cratic platform framed at Baltimore in 1912, wlicn Wilson' vvas a dcclaratiim in ttnn for WrXxlrow Wilson is bmy carrj'ing out some planks ABOUT THAT CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION' A BATH ROBE .Our selection is' unrivalled; In fact we .rnafce a specialty, of these-' and surely 'nothing could; be 'more cosy, or so ac- ecptalle. Our prices range from }5.00 to within anyone's reach, surely: 'We have dlao SLIPPERS TO MATCH at Jl.OO per .pair. until reijulrcd.. i 3rd Ave. S. J AS. S. ROSE PHONE 1817 (The :6 PAPPOOSEa NO LONGER children, an In- dian's irltc is called a. squaw. Now, aro the Hltle Indian bablts call llrighl know, miss, squaw Transcript BELIEF "Do you believe in "In a way, yes." way, for Instance." "Well. S believe tnat It I wore tc Invest In a hulldlng lot today ill price of real estate- would be prc dtallncd lo go down We call'your especial allintion lo iV.c 0-CeHir Mop, the grateit boon lo ar.d bttltr bousckccping we b'.ow 01. With it you cm dusl, clcin ir.d pclUh a Vardivood Hoot vlA- IM of dcm, moUinfr, tl.s tops of Hgh fumiluit wiihoul iMdir.g cliiiri You cm dust ami clean' the (Uir sttfs and tenstcri ra lalf the lime it usually You'can dull under the bed, and under hcivy fumilutc rnDvini! il, and la on Uirotghout tKe housc-whcieTer there il rfun- (o do. You cm do it quicker, easier sr.d letter wilh the Fo'iih Hop. Unlike other dustirc mops (he 0-Cedar Poliih Mop can be vrajhed toiled, ar.d thm renewed addmg a to? drop] ol O-Ccdar Polish. We are to confident that yoii will te'delighted wilh the 0-Ceiir Polish MopOnl we will deliver your home on Ino a days' trial li il ii r.ot tatlifactory in.every icipccl we do not ex- liectvou lo keel" it, aci will inltatilly return your money. Tlit vrfce ci the q-Ceiir PslUh Mop, let m you oce c-r. tful, r THK'-HAYRliAltmVAKlJ'CO.. SIXTH STR.EET. OPPOSITE HERALD- f' LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Effeclive Oct. 26, 1S13. 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