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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. XovemWr TT1F. DAILY 5 1 Wasingioii, Nor. Admiral t Fletcher cuUed today that the battle- j Ehlji Sew Hampshire had lift I SIK'HENRY PELLAT'S CASTLE, TORONTO The M-ulvro refugees were transfer- for to return to Vera Cruz. Takeu connection with the pledge troni tUe With lUe lull realisation that there constinjUoiulIsi, General Agulla, that yrotwMy be no Immediate devel- hls men would not molest foreign pro-1 Opinent5 In a diplomatic.Eease, pend- -'icrly. the movement was regarded asjiufi a clearing of the tacsle lu which the restoration ol order between Tuv pani and Tauiplco. AUTIONSALE, ON Tuesday Nov. 25 At the Lethbridge Salt Stable Horses 1 Maro Jr.OOlbs, 4 years olO. 1 Marti, 1400 Vie. 9 rears old. 1 (ieklirg 1300 4 years old. 1 Team GeHlr-RE, Z600 Ibs., 4 and 5 years old. 1 Yearn ol Drivers, 4 and 5 years old. 1 bugiy ar.d harness. 3 Coltr., I, 2. und 3 years old.. 1 Team of Mules. 1 Mare 1000 lot., 5 years old. Hogs 3 Brood Sows, Ha pSg. Jiirncss. buEEtes and waRons EEALE AND HARRISON Proprietors J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER the Mexican has. Involve! llstif, interest Is now ctnlred lu uaval situation ou the gull coast. Tie aiiproitck of iwo brlliah c-ruteers elEc- no eujresiSous of disapproval anj that IP Ukea as another evidence that the .United Stales and Great BrlUIu arc acting In nerfect harmony as to naval forces to protect foreign inler- esU. UcoflU'tol advices from the govern- mcut agents ta the sections of Mex- ico where tlio coustllulionalUts are operating suggest a revival of a plan to" seek rccuunlUon from llie United States for a de facto government clulin- i iug jurisdiction by right of possession the establishment of a. capital and, of organized a'.lmlnletraliou in all that part of Mexico north of a line drawn about due west from Tuspam or Tain- plco So far, however, I he local constitu- tionalist representatives here arc un- willing to adroit that Gonem! Car- ronza would be satisfied with any- thing less than a conquest, of the of Mexico anil the elimination of General Hucrta. Dr. Theophile Latterly, well known In Esses county, is dead In Detroit. KNIGHT DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER COMPANION OF THE I THE FFD.31-LEY No DUST HoYMSTE I HAMILTON CANADA INoKUST Mayoralty Can- didates Appear i1.oLltrj-ecl Irom Iront had hfard the candidates. In t'.is he thought they were wiser than FOiiiC ni--n in l.cthbriclse. llf thanked the ihairnian lur lia-.ing relerrc-J 1o liiin on a safely it! the giueer is required a' This battlemented castle ie on Vl.lmer Hill, overlooking the city, and It considered the most magnificent res- idence In Canada. Recently Sir Hemy had some differ er.ces with the City regarding the assessment on this place (a quarter of a million dollars) arid St Is "now toeEng fought c-jt hifore the Coiirts. Big Sales in North Lethbridge One agent sold over 50 lols In the past four weeks. Another sold 20 lots last week. During the past fuw days I nold 13 lota. 'There's a Reason" Six lots left, one block from Gllmorc's Baker..; sewer, water, light, each. 525.00 cash. J20.00 per month. These lots are each, liuy now. N'otc the terras.; Tills is Iho greatest opportunity oior offered. Tales paid for 1913. See me at once, or phone before, they are all sold. W.M.GiUelan .PHONE 1744 1222 THIRD AVE. S. EASTERN EXCURSIONS December 1 it to 31 at VIA THE Canadian Pacific: i, S. EWART.'K. C., AT CANADIAN CLL'B LUNCHEON ADVOCATES NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE recognized and sympathized with by British statesmen. Canada had al- ready attained, he said, to a position of absolute self-government. Xot only was her legislation not interfered with by HrlUin, but she exercised complete control over miffs. Includ- ing trade arrangements with foreign countries. Canada bad asserted ber Ladies Called Candidates to Bar (Continued Irom Iront the as the finest niin in l.clh- Lrirlte." lie thought that was the ;ir.if of mar, to be mayor. He also isScd Hie ladies lor ihelr suppcrt be- Ilip mayor would have to do i (he of tlie lieallh and ns. If an en- coiniinssLOner o public ivmks he did not sec wiiy it i-culd not l.c iii'gi'cd that a doctor wjs Hit man for mayor. E. H. Wilton K. II. Wilson -said he'hail tira.rd Ihf px-tuaycis Lcrated the other for wiiat Uiey had donr lor the cit; while he Iiad been beraicd for he hail not done, lie would lite to knnw what would be- the .right cmnse. lie stood for a inlicy of strict CTor.otnv, and with Aid. Ham- ilton, held that re-organization of he system: ar.il not to the men who d tern ir. charge in the past. Ex-Mayor Hatch Ks-Mayor Hatch wanted crfd- t too for the being a factor n thus election. He bad Kfn pres- ilenl ol the lioaid of Trade when he Women's Club had or- Raniied, and he was pleased to see hat it had grown in strength till it lad airs of the vital city. loice in the af- movement necessary owarils sullrage bad been ,rowinj the lew years C.T- rrywhere they had teen extended lbe ballot tl.ey left their influence. He reviewed his term of office and asied for their support on the ground that he had always taken an atfiie part in bringing the city to the po- sition it today. Rtv. Mr. Atkin K. C. Atkin was the orator of the evening ai.d miied cuo'Jgh humor NiMi his remarks to be dif- Icrent. He evidently considered that the ladies are prone to lean to tbat which is different. His was the ad- dress of an idealist, but an Idealist who looks to the practical side ol llmi'S. He was in the campaign to hr said, but if he did nothing more than to create a moral spirit which iro'Jld leave its mart in future campaigns he would [eel tbat he had Edmonton, Nov. is the Wilfred Laurter had declared Ihat al th'oueh' as a matter or Inlernatiorial law Canada was'at war when Ihe United Kingdom was at war, yet she jly. free to lake active part Question No. What do you propose to do re- garding a.public library? Aid. one tomorrow f I could get the EO. Just as she pleated." The mailer j one entirely for the consideration jf-we. had i n ,_ i 1.1 jjeiicuuj new i-.tvc .ii-n. possibility o; Canada being invohed sucU Qr from n international strife, eha proclaimed :her independent stiver-1 i question TV as ashed and answered by'J.'S. Kwart." K. G., of the Canadian Club of Edmonton Defense-against the V w'not under anv obligation to. Mayor Hatdie-I lavor hundred millions of peop.e to tno y racnt ,or a pUhUe ijbratv. south would be practically Impossible of the Canadian parliament' Ibings ihat 'should receive our' it- he thought could le. Mayor Hardie Mayor' with speakers, "esteemed it franchise to: thr- ladies of 1.' the other favor to tnjr.ot tried in lain. He is out fora spoke of the he said, "1 the results don't likr it. laying their odds arc not much in'favor of the preacher. Uut orids change" lie siooil also, be said, for a rigorous enforcement of ths laws respecting pure foods and weiahls ar.d measures. Premier arrived tentlon after our financial up arae conclusion; that Can- have passed. ?l .__ CAMROSE GAS PROSPECTS Kainrose, Alta., Nov. pres- ident of the Hoard o! Trade states ip.Mir.sl it for that legislation..'.He ident of the Hoard ol i race states the tax rate could >of be re- that the report appearing in the daily i 1 0 UlU bf BrWsh. tc ol endeavoring to secure to he raisa (o tlie Camrosc is scme.vhal esagserated. resorting to force. Americans are free to come here and take up; land and to enjoy all the privileges the Return Limit 3 Months. Stopovers of Fort William Through 9Undird SlMpert DlnFng Curs Flrst-dlM round brlctac to TORONTO, HAMILTON, SAHN1A, WINDSOR........... MONTREAL, OTTAWA, -BELLEVILLE, KINGSTON S67.90- ST. JOHN, MONCTON 582.20 HALIFAX................... W6.35 Corresponding faree from other points and to all stations in ONTARIO, OUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES For booklet of Information and full particulars applr to agent of, tht (Janadian Pacific Railway. Not "a Separatitf. two reasons had been urged counlrv has to offer. Americi has against Canada averting-her sover- the-bulk of Canada's trade, elpty. .OrtheHwo" brads-of N'u apprehension which had existed between Canada, on account of European countries or and the Kingdom one, the from Asia; as the nations of Europe' controlling power of the colonial ot- and Asia are so engrossed with their' nee. was altogelher a roalter of past own dWcullies that .none, of them ;history, that hond'-having been sev. would'think of undertaking such an cred many years ago. The other favor'of taking .up" a subscription to-7 hooVs so Ihat onr. might be ln t3, OI) to JSO'.DOO in this n one Question No. 5 In event of local organizations not being able to support the Travellers' Aid would you be in favor giving city support? Aid. E. up io a limited nt department the.' system- would of our public better. Aftor a year's-exteri1 ence with aidcrman'c form of-govern- ment he was all ths morr really to charge many of' the ills of the city to .Very low fares 3fov.'7 to Dec.. 31 in conueotion with.Trans-Atlantic pass- Return.limit United Stat.es Excursions These v.rere'some of the views ad- Ewart. The big slump In the number, ot new arrivals which bc-gnn in August sUll continues, August showing a de-" crease of three dmL and Sep- tchiT3er-51 per ccnL. as compared lyltti the same months last sear. vanccd.by-Mr. Ev.-art in his address! of ftx-Mayor When we The Quezon of Drfente. the police department, I! on Sovereignty of The only other objection thai could' had intcnrtcd fitting up quarters so' which he defined as "Self-government' Vo urged was on the ground of self- Ihat a police matron could be added internationally pOr Can. defense. Instead of lbe charge helng Io the force to undertake such work nda to declare her sovereignty would-. inju'rlouB In that sense, Mr. Ewart under control of the head of the dc- hc to merely proclaim what was thai it would' actually of partmcnl. Brcat hpneHL At the present lime! Rev. is the duly, there was no arrangement between .We advertise lor immigrants and we. Canada and the British government must protect them when lliey i-o-ne as.to what should be done In case of to us. rare. Whllo Canada had asserted hsr'risht of Independent, action the of British diplomacy December 1 to 31 Return limit months First round trip fares from Lcth- bridge to MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL OULUTH.................... M3.10 CHICAGO.................... KANSAS CITY Corresponding fares to other points In ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA AND WISCONSIN S. B. MITCHELL Depot Ticket Office Phono 6H. Lethbridge all Steamship Lines ready an accomplished fact, already )runkenness Can Be Cured Will Do It Alcura ,tbe widely known, Ireat- atcoJioHsm can now -be ob- talneta at our store. H is suaran'teed to cure or Benefit or money refund- ed, Hemcdjr has been tried by thousands and found to do juat.as U laris. la a disease. Those who aic afflicted with the craving for liquor have to be helped to throsv !t J can be giver. off. Alcura secretly In coffee or food. Alcura No. 2 IB treatment. Help your loved ones to restore themselves to lives of aobrlety and usefulness and (V regain the respect o? the community in which you live. Only per box. Ask for Free Boohlst J. Highrtiolham C.o, Limited Alberta. Canada, no psenrance of assistance in Specially Prepared Poser .Why was Chief Davis not given more support? Aid. Others could tell that better than case Canada got Into difficulty. Tho. cnefit therefore of Canada .as- i ar.a.tlim. her own sovereignty would be that the two countries would be face to face with the I stuck to he needed, but; when he for. lion and some clear agreement as to what should be dono In case of war in which cither was Involved would be 'reached. Mayor Chiel given every possible A mvm thousands of peo- ple who sins its praise the world over. Act now. When sending tha ton cents for your copy of tlie hooks yon will do.trell Io mention your trouble. Electric Appliance H requires no electric current and gives no unpleasant shocks. Placed upon the af- fected nerve, muscle or organ, tbe Vecdee creatca- a largely 'Increased, blood .circul- ation, giving relief Instantly. Its gentle soothing action pours forth a steady. How of life, lieatUi and vitality. the Veedee ft not told at any store and can only be pur- chased from .the Company. MAIL THE COUPON TODAY THE VEEOEE 216 Bruncr Block, First Street Calgary, I enclose Please send mp pre- paid your bdok, About the Vee- dee." IT.W.I. (Write pbluly.) ;