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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ITKRALD November i; LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHES OECEM1ER Putllshed by'the Uthbrtije Herald Printing Co., Ltd.. lul at Itt office, Sixth Street, PHCttEi Editor, al. Report ort And Kewi 1224 W.. A. BUCHANAN Winising Director T.'w. QLMYLE MiJiig'ag Editor JOHN TORRANCE 1252 SUBSCRIPTION RATGt 1 jeir (Sellrered......KM 1 year, by mas! 6 months, delivered SJ.OO 6 months, by J months, dellrered H.OO months, by 1 montn, delivered 35c, 1 month. mall iddreMea mu5t KlYeo. O FOR SALE AT Bros. Vancouver Worli Ke'wi Co.: Neira Sbop, Granocll News Co. 70S River Side Aienue. Graiiy Hotel. hen Xerrs Aseacy. Book auA 'Kent'Store, Ave. World XGWJ Co. Plncher SUtlon Edward Read. St. News Co. Knol- deiL N'cirs Co. THE DAILY HERAL Crois Drns Boot Store; J. O. Rob- ertson fc Co.; Jacksoa Co.; Alenndra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Score; Keany elTgtout arfnTatl.q.ns. A great- move- merit to other- cities in Canada.. SCHEDULE NO. 513 alt 'Crow's Nest Elpreso Crb'n's Kest Eipresi Flyer 11- -Flyer -DUE TO ABRIVH llat J.35 .........Spokane 6.0; Paul C.ir, .v.....Cranbrook .........Medicir.o Hat Boston .'court lias handed down the decision! that u man's e shouidJbe.-wheWhis is.. men Section 9. of the Local -H .i..i.'. .Coutts t .V 1 s the intention of the Local..: ..Cafdston- A ertment of Asrlculture to V. ___ .Calvary (Aldersydd the provisions of .the Seed Control Act throughout the West, r persons handling seed should -F.OFJ. DUB that such seed is sold in accord-anee with the Crgw's 5H Crow's Nest Ei press Landing-. la well equipped' seed laboratory Is at who desire to have seed tested. Copies of the Flyer' 11 Soo-Spotano Flyer 612 511 Local .r.-. .v.-st: 'Vaiil fc Spofcano .Mgdicino Hat.....'... .Crftnlrook ___ 6.15 G.2S ..'...15.30 roof inforinatloQ.ia54to the same may be obtained' from' the Dominion Local 565 Local i ....Cflutts 9.30 .17 Celgiry. Local .'.f. ...Calgary (via-AIdersydeJ I 1S.OO ibine shou it home if tiicy: followed their wives 1 AVe'h'avfrbeen anxiously awniting the comment of the, Engr islr Unionist If Clialcauguaytwas.dn cnV s phatic of tribute, New York says -he' will-.nink'e 10 arc _through talking. :5e will never iiiafcc a staiemcnl. r' rt- i i i v.'., Hon. Thomas'CroUiers says Ihe result no indication of public seiiUmtnt upon the navy or tradc.qucslions: Oh, certainly. for Conscn'alives failed lo win W ENGLISH PROFESSOR'S PREDICTION, E HAVE BEEN for years lhal Lellihridgc would be the Pillsburg of Canada, and now an eminent .linglish professor confirms our argument.. This professor, if we mistake not, visited Canada wilh the geologists Ibis past summer, arid if all his impressions are as j trustworthy as those about Hie future." of'Lctlibridge, il is clear tlial he did not view the wcsl from a Pullman car window. j When Hie great possibilities of the West are considered and '-.when it is realized tlmt our population .will -soon double nnd Ireblc, is il nny wonder lhat the-prediction is iniitle-that bridgc will rival Piltsbtirg? We have around us undreamed of wealth in coal. At prtaeiil we have less llian half a dozen mines oucrnling adjacent to Ihis cily, bui realizing our.great areas nf lands it is not idle to say that-in a few years, as the west grows, we will have a dozen mines where we only have a few today... Other western centres talk of their industrial possibilities lint even today we have a greater industrial pay roll in our mines I than other cities have in all (heir industries combined. And our icoai will eventually bring here, oilier industries and Lethbridge r will rapidly become the Hlfsbiirg of Canada. Much better is our ;coal (d. rely upon for future than nalura So il is a sflnc impression the English professor took away 'with him and in spreading liis knowledge.around this cily will Thc'day of'liie Sbntli Bruce election ihe Hamilton Herald, an independent'newspaper, supporting Ihe Uordcn naval-policy had this to say: Bruce.today the government forces and those opposition are in conflict, the prize being the constituency. The coniest'is per- haps more.i'rnpoiftaril llir.n the other bye-election in Cha- leauguay East Middlesex. In both of these constitiMoicics-personal prejudices and preferences.-were atVecled the Bruce, candidates are popular jn.en, residents in the-'constituency and unexceptionable .in respect of-cliaructciC'and-thc light waged main.-; ly oil tlie The result will be generally ac? cepted as at least an indication of public opinion in Oii' lario oh ih'b comparative merits of Ihe. govern men v; naval policy and'tha't ofthi opposition That looks to bc.a'rcasonablc'sunini'ary.and.can.be.ifcceptpd h bcllcr ll.ian conclusions much better. I AND A TORY SENATOR AT THAT Hon. N. A.'Cuny, tiad tlie Can- da Car" wbom; Premier Dorderi appointed to the Senile. >'as ntervicwed by-the'ilonlreal Mall a ay or So he expreisEed ap- proval of the Eight Horf.' .Winston ;hurciiill'8 niggeillon of l naval holi- day and went.tp add-these wbrda-.to Mis Blatemenl: hM top many Ehlpa now; ahe'.cbjiti; Afford'to sink hall Jiu't Premier' nor- den will propose iVtahe of Canadian uoney-to'biijld Inreb-IWead- noughts .to glvelto a co6njry'..'whkh Scnator ihjps Ihanjjt needs airetdy." 606 THIRCl AVENUE ANOTHER Tr IMPORTATION i RCWfiS WITH SLIPPERS. TO MATCH EARLY TO TALK .ABOUT XMAS1.. It's bnlT rnay and You'll ftr.d Volhlng; raoro for a Christmas Gift Iban one o( these 'robes. WeU-lll itHKngly Idy one attte for you until tlte'-festlfe season, HE old beacon were the great advertising their age. i. TriougK they could not advertise merchandise, they'." advertised ihe things of most vital. interest to the people. Placed -on the summits of high, hills, Dealing a message 'to 'thousands of they were prototypes of those modem -fires 01r Twentieth Gentury the "beacon" fires of ISews- paper Advertising. t The appearing in shining lights in the, world of .commerce, flashing out news and informa- tion to a waiting world. .When the .modem .lights the Beacon Newspaper Adyertwing he places his message before the'peppJe.in a way that will impart k edge, beget appreciation and win preference for any the gleaming messages of "Magic Baking deal "Sunlight "Gillette Safety Who can fail to see "Standard Idea. "Penman's "Infants' Delight and many others) To the of CuMMla mnrtftpvl. AK praJKli w4 ytmt Hill rJUy c( r.l Intel iti. imtj Htm. orer wiA ike Mrtinnt Ait tmi H or MtfnMl b weft foryotite hftrfl tha and iwnUiicoef t A bt riwn will tvrMtfA, wiriwut ttt Secnhry of ftin fuKMit, RMB atiM, by Lamtiat' ;