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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 7, 1913_ TUF- LETIIHKTIlfiE DAILY HERALD Pane 5 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT LOOK OUT! BEWARE! For This Page in Tomorrow's Issue VERY INTERESTING NEWS FOR ALL THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LIMITED WILSON TARIFF HITS BRITISH MILLER BADLY Liverpool, Nov. Mac- kenzie, a wealthy wheat rancher of Saskatoon, U here Investigating con- ditions of "the srain market, and he has taken advantage of'his visit to warn the wheat and (lour importers of the British liles that Hie passing o[ the American tariff law means tjio attainment of the long cherished am- bition of American millers to the con- trol of the flour markets of the world. Speaking on the Canadian rancher said; "It has long been the cherished ambition of American mill' ers to control effectively the flour mar- kets of the -world, and it now appears as if this dream was In a fair way to be realized. The realization of this boiling. Who wouldn't enjoy fish when it's served this way WHITE SAUCE Toontp.Jrrt FOR FISH. Sour tit a little wjtcr, boil for tea xnir.utej. Thco aJJ htlf- pict 4f "aa4 let it boil far ATC idnvtei. to Cbof pe4 piriley be Edwards' Soups come in three Brown, Tomato and White, Grours everywhere have.'them. PDWARDS 'SOUPS To be had from wholeule and re- tail everywhere. W. H, tatlvei for Manitoba, cott Co., Limited, Winnipeg, nd Albftrta. dream will not work any hardship on the Canadian wheat grower, as it be distinctly to our advantage to have Buci a near market for our grain, but how will H fare with the British and continental millers? When they.were able to secure our. wheat regardless of the long haul, which was ogsei by tho American duty, everything was well, but II the millers of St. Paul, Minneapolis and other great flour centres of. the middle-west States, near the Canadian boundary, adopt for their trade model, 'flour only for they can ft ell afford to stand pat, gell- ing their flour at the actual cost of. pro- duction If necessary, and still ma bo good pro fit B on the -by-producta, which have hitherto enriched the British acil continental miller. "I am surprised that the. raillei liero are to Indifferent to the threat ened loss of. business which bhud Hugh ttryan, Hazel Kcid, Anna Folk- Chicago, Nov. proposed gen eral advance of charges in freight rates by railroads operating in lllin ois "will not be acted on by the state railroad comnris s io n un til after the federal interstate commerce commis- has acted on similar advances proposed for the entire eastern terri- tory north'of the Ohio river. The Interslate commerce commis- sion lias set hearings upon this pro- position for November 17 at Washing- ton. A largo number of representa- tives of roads and shippers met to present argumenU before the state Oitawa, Nov. government's! defeat in South Ihuce has produced a feeling of uneasiness in official Con- servative circles, ?.'he ministers are busy repudiating for opening the seat by appointing Mr. J. J. Donnelly to the Senate. Tt is admitted that a grave tactical mistake was made in open- is: (he riding. As a result the prestige of the gov- ernment has experienced a severe lo'ft'. Tais spoils the chances of a num- ber of members' for judsesolps, senatorshiijs and other lucrative posts. The govtrnrmnt has known for eome time tluit ilr. A. C. Boyce. M.P. for Algdma; William Ben- nett, M.P. for SlnKoc; A. E. M.P. for Ottawa: S." Middlelxiro M.P. for Xorth Greyv-Clarence Jame son. M.P. for Digby; K. Xonr.an1 Lew is, M.P. ior west .Huron; A. E. Lan caster, M.P. for Lincolu, anu soass others would uot refuse to go oa the lench. John Slanfield, M.P. for Colchester; George Bradbury, of Selkirk, or Schaf- oer, of Souris, and J. E. Armstrong, of East Lamb ton, would not refuse to go Into tbe Senate. In fact thj government lias strongly urged to place all of these ;enlk-men In salaried situations, where they would have hoth dignity and enrolment Nuw their chaiices have.been spoil- ed. Only the hand of rteath will open another, riding for a bye-election. Not (inly is the government sorry it ouured South Bruce, but it regrets having had to fight bye-elecUon ,oon- tests in and Ch'ateauguay. In each place they got their man in and are now trembling with appre- hnnsion over pending disclosures of corrupt practice. Thp bye-election experience-of tiie' BonHn government has not beeu such as to lead It to look commission litre today but agreed with Chairman 0. F. Berry, that un- less the federal commission acted in the Illinois advance be sustipnrlpri fnr. slxtv.. days fipm November 15, and thai action the state commission should be based on lint of the Interstate commerce body. f _ PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE AV SASKATOON Saskatoon Sask., Nov. the Presbyterian synod of Saskatchewan, in wsinTi IIPTP. u Tvas announced to- day that the Theological college will he opened in affiliation with the Uni- vflrEily of Saskatchewan, elastics com- mencing 1S15. Join their company with their 'family' In two Or three wcofcs. "In-arhurTy-Brown" The demands come thickest in the morning. But that is no excuse for bolting .the-wrong kind of breakfast. A Ug uuwl of" a soft- boiled egg and a cup of coffee will keep you going strong till lunch time. Try it tomorrow. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES 4s ty Trw H-O Cenpaay, Hj IN 1IELS COMMISSION APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT WILL SOON PRESENT ITS REPORT Quebec, Nov. The aboli- :ion of bare In liotels, the collection of revenue, not by, the sale of licenses for a fixed but on a percent- age basis, and the reduction of licen- ses in the cities and towns of the pro- vince, It is slated, u-lll lie recommend- ed in the report which the Ilcenee commission, appointed bj Sir Gouln to consldor the liquor question In Quebec, is ILOW preparing and which the. session nf the legislature which larid, Andrew Logan, James McGovr- an. GRADE Trnnant, El- a Waterhoase, Jessie Hendslrom, itoward Fairbanks, Annie Dunlop, David Dunlop, Marr McGowan, Wil- lie JJitchcll, licssie'Worthington, Nick Pomtctie. Teacher, E. Jl. GltADK I. Division A. Charlr.'i N'onnan Tallon, Thro- dorr'Mc-Klnncy, IJavid lie Ilyron, Charlie Kilnnrll, Marion .John Kosciau, Abbic John Talbol. Division Charest, Mar) Alarchuk, Joi-.n '_ Kmi] N7Ther con8iacn tho House. :l FOV Division' C. Hoss, N'cl LONDONERS DANCE TANGO EVEN IN TUPPENNY TUBE London, Xov. has gone Tango mad. 'Fashionable Jioafesses imvo been holding weekly tango leaching classes for their friends. Theatres nrp opening themselves for afternoon tangos with tea at Iial! a crown a heart, and west "end restaurants, after beginning whli lango leas, now have lango dinners and suppers, Lost nlglil people on (ho anderground even started the .London is evidently.paselng througli this amazing phase owing to enor-, mous prosperity'and abundance of money. Visitors from eTI over the "world tiro crowding llio .sUeelfl. -Traffic fs so great lint main ihorouelifares arc conslcntly Blocked. Several music halts are giving performances undisturbed wlilch ten years ago would have brought police action. One protest by clergy ngalnul Gaby IJeslys' performance at the I'alaCo was howled down. DesSys' performance Is, bowover, mfid to some. In ono" leading liail the du ventre Is oponly given nightly fn a mosi oWecllon.ible form. In another, a largo French company holds the slago EI pcrfornmncc whose mafn aim {s apparently to' show a maximum number of women In mini- mum attire, Thcsd arc trplual tit'tnucli nUc. The FIRST COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA MAPLE 'LEAF LABEL always liaye an appetite for COWAN' Perfection COCOA. The fragrant aroma is so tempting, And what food that you enjoy ts much as Cowan's is so BO easy stem to go together. IB.-AND HB, TINS AT ALL GROCERS The COWAN CO.; Limited TORONTO, CANADA. 234 ;