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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'ajre 4 THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY IIKKALD Friday, November.21. LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, Published by the Lethbrldae Herald Printing Co, Ltd., every lul evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Alterti. fnaoi PHONE: And Department 122 i w. Managing Director i. W. UUAYLE Maniglng Edited JOHN TORHANCI Butlr.CM And 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION jew delivered......KM 1 by mil! I months, delivered J2.M by i months, delivered KOO 3 months, by 1 month, delivered 1 nioalb, by mill JkitaMri n bat both KiTkB. i3.00 75s i ui THE DAILY HERALD fOR SALE AT -Red Crois Drus Bros. Vancouver Wide World News Co.; sllof. 44a Granarell Co. Hlvtr Side Avenue. Graliy -t -Co- ben Nevs Atencv. Book and News Blore, 109A 8th Ave. West; World Xewj Co. Plncher Station News Co. KnoV den. Lethbrldg- t Book Store; J. O. Rob- ertson Co.; Jicison i Melanin Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Beany Allln; Ltthbrldse Hotel Cigar Stand; .Empress Buf- fet L-jnch. Diamond D'Aro. Medicine Hit AEIIalbelt Hotel. D. Ferguson. Mur- phy Co.; Cranbrook Book Company. Newi Company. Plncher McC ncner won. MItctel! Drag Co. Xesrs Co. THE WEEKLV HERALD "PcbUehed In t'.fht and of loo wwX loci) and dlffrlrt 1 year In advance -6 months la advance vdlh a Imnquel at-which Mr. Hontcn and Cyril Kng-; lisli actor, were gut'Sts. The wporl of ihe Canadian prvmior's speech is iu.pui-l as follows: In regard (o belwwi this country uml Uinaila, Mr. Hordou saiil that Canadians luul no objection to sucliu tn-aiy and that Canada full that she hail done her fiiir share toward it. He said thai he regretted thai il had not come; to pass, but he added. 'Canada will coiulucl affairs so as to be u bond between the fniled Stales and the liiilish Umpire.' Mr Hortlen's, remarks, a fortnight ago, confirms well de- fined rumor thai hns been gaining in political circles licre fur some weeks past. The growing demand for tariff iv- vision downward with a view lo alleviating the'steadily mounting cost of living has been musing the government a lol of wnrry. Astute political advisors have been advising Premier Borden that, olilieal expediency as well as sound common sense, demands a i icidins! by the government to the demands from all sections of aiiuda fo'r freer trade in food stuffs" and the common necessar- of life. Some Conservative a Winnipeg Free Press dcs- jtch from Ottawa says, who are keeping their cars to -the round even yo so far as to declare that the government should nd probably will promptly thc Literal platform and go n for what would be in considerable measures al least, reciprp- itv in natural products with Ihe United States. Conservative prc-ciection arguments against Ihe reciprocity nrecincii.t of 1911 have already IK-CH negative to the present ,orlv argumeuls Imiling the larger American markets fonvard-, d through "the new Underwood tariff as a great blessing. A bal is now needed to make the stultification complete is to ad- nit that Ihe Canadian consumer deserves his'end of the benelils, vhich would follow.free and profitable seasonal uterchaugc of fopil products along a boundary line 4000 miles Borden's uHcrunic in New York looks as though the government was gelling muiy lo lake Ihe plunge. It "-P'Wj fhnt on his way hack to'Ottawa next month, Premier Boiden will stop at Washington for a conference will, THE.VOTES OF THE WOMEN. [F TLLl.KV'S presentation of the position being taken b> 1 Ihe ladies in the municipal campaign is reason to believe it is, we say "Hat..........CalEary (Alderayde hranch) DEPARTURES FOR DUE TO DEPAHT 6.05 0.15 ...K.M ..15.45 I Local Local Local Local Medicine Hat..... .....Koolenay Landing .....St.. raui .....Spokano .....Medicine Hat ......Cardston ......Calsary (via Aldersyde) .23.50 -M5 6.25 ...15.30 ...15.55 9.30 ...17.45 ...IS.00 EASTERN EXCURSIONS December 1st to 31st VIA NOTHING TO THE ARGUMENT (Winnipeg Free Press) During Ihe campaign against the reciprocity pact one of Hie favorite arguments of the opponents of wider "markets for thc jiroducts of this coun- try was Inat there rould be no mar- ket for Canadian wheat In tlte United State's: because thc United Stales Is a hrough Tralni, tankard Sleepers "ourlat Sfeeptri Dining WARNI.NG Taking advantsge of the reputation which "Campbell's Clelhlina'1 has achfevcil. Instances are occurring of roerchanfa exhibiting their cljiis ani uiiSpUs !o solicit Vjflnoss: :Uy actual facts. For' hides .iarc free of duly between IMs country and the United States. The ofnda' figures of the Dominion governnicnl show that Tast year Canada cxijorieil worth of hides, ami import ied worth. JAS, S. ROSE !t the Sole Agent in for. and no other Jfrm car. supply you their goods, your.own that'the label Cbthlng1'. IsJIn Ibc Inside. breaRt pocket. f Our Ooararile- antf .ths Makers' II Behind W4 Sell BORDEN GOVERNMENT CAN'T STICK (Toronto SUr) Trio Uorden Government must h losing its grip. Why. It can't cvc j Issue poaia'go ilamps that 'Raihvay Return Limit 3 Stopovels East of Fort Willlim I round trip ftrtc from bridge to TORONTO, HAMILTON, 3ARNIA, WINDSOR MONTREAL, OTTAWA, ST. JOHN, MONCTON. HALIFAX W-" Corresponding fares from other and lo all stations In ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES for booklet of Information and full narticulnrs to nny agent of Canadian 1'aciflc Hallway, Very low fare? Nov. 7 to 3llrr cormection with Trans-Atlantic itsrcs, Return limit 5 jnonths. United States Excursions 'December I to 31 Kcturn limit Three months First round trip fares from bridse to MINNEAPOLIS and 8T. PAUL OULUTH ..................i CHICAGO, W.W KAHSAs'ciTV............... Corresponding fares to other points In ILLINOIS, ,IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA. ANP WISCONSIN S.B. MITCHELL Depot Ticket Office phono 512. Representing all Steamship Lliwr ;