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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THF: LETIIBK'TDOK DAILY IIKRALO .Tuesday, November HOSTILITES HAVE STARTED AT CAPITAL ngricultnre. suggested that some., or nil tlie conliiieui. The load tlililt coulil .nioinplMitM tinuo his own measures. Rorden paid a tribute to Sir j Hiiiiard kindness of heart all would praise. He also paid a tribute to thc late Kdward Kidd, -M-P-, for Carleton, whose .seat he; Advance Announcement of the Classiest Feature of ihe Year; TOMORROW AND THURSDAY The King's Power" (In Two Parts) A MOST EXCELLENT PFO. DUOT10N Xatnrally, he ihe speech Hindu reference to tlie Indies agret1- ment. The principle was right, and unless tbe terms 'were too.outTageous. the Oppositioii jn-ould endorse the agreemem. There was no thing- tbe j 'people of Canada needed so mnoh as wider markets, lie asked how they I had refer red to the mea- couM expect much from this agree- [sures taken by the govenuneni io ment? The total 'trade of ihe Baba- j facilitate the movement of the grain mas last year was only S2.500.000. object to (hesc tnea- However; "they must be grafful -for j sllies 1E criticize them small tilings. The-Naval Issue "The Lion's Revenge" (In Two Parts) "Henry VIII." (In 3 Parts. Hand Colored) kc-n defeated in Huliutx i Dil1 1! ami wasll! tlme "We (lesire l" llu t-vcrylhlng whellier the motives the u( ulio hail acclaimed re-, ciprocity before and yet niiiint'd in ollice now. reiiwined the same. i Tin- speaker liaiiy uenicd that Sir. WiiiriJ l.anrier'.s tout had' heen cniioellcd as a result of 'party, 1 disst'filion, as had Ijren sugtrc.sicd hyi j the 1'vemier. A.s to the, action.iu re-, .moving part of ihe duty Oliver condcnineii ii, snying that tin; duty .should have been moved hyi ;parliahient. at tlic proper j "It not he said, "for the to reduce the duty ;on cement .without regard to the of- feel it would upon trade ami i solely for the cfiet't ii might have nnon a provincial election. This was "no emergency, as was ihe case wht'iij the late irovernment suspended the duty on coal.. (.'online to the ijuestion of alleged illegal election practices, in connec- tion with the bye-election in Macdon-j aid. Man., ?dr. Oliver launclicd into a] lengthy argument on this mutter J during which he read the afiidnvits of four oi the men arrested, VI. ,J. .1. Sullivan, Ii. Sif- ton, and R. 'A. rrince. The malpractices, said Mr. Oliver, were unique in the history ui tlie Domin- ion. Ordinarly such nuitters were (Less than four days at Sea) Olf One Cabin Ships (Sui-oml LAKE MANITOBA OH LAKE CHAMPLAIN Greatest Comfort at Expense RESERVE BERTH NOW For Christinas Ships Early Applicants get Greater Choice link's. UUjrature from any Hallway Agent or Write J. S. Genera! Agent 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg. Gal If prnia Excursions from Seattle SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 31 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED L1KL LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS TKAVK1, BY SKA on th- Lie Occon-sohic Steamships I'KKSIDKNT or GOVKKSOK. Send Tor free ilhwtmteil booklet of California Hotels nntl free map uf I bo i'ricificr Const Ik- sure la licrths iu advance PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. CEO. ft. AHDHE'rfS, Bin. Agt. Diet, 1 13 JAMES ST. SEATTLE. WASH. EASTERN EXCURSIONS VIA DEC 1-31; THREE ;EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY i'lHV Toronto Udurn, and lo Corresponding low rates to points In Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on Sale December 1st to 31st in- clusive Good to return within three months Liberal Extension Privileges Ticlusts issuntl in coinmtMifln with TRANS- ATLANTIC TRIPS on fiulu XovLMiibftr 7th to DecomlitT ;ilst, iiielusivn and Jitnitml to Ilvo niiHitlis from date or wiili cif extension, Finest equipment. Stiimlartl ana Tcwrhst Sleeping Cars. Dining cars in all through trains. Com imminent Llljrury, Observation cars on "Imperial aiul "Toronto Through Tourist ('sir Servh'o In connection with these excursions. For dates of departure and re-dorvutions apply to local agent. Tickets Via all Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines For full information, rail and steamship iickets, applv to 3. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, or write to District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alb crta. E3 MUSICANDDRAMA by FIDtELJOj tells us he always heard that Kng- __........... __ laud [cared no enemy. I should have power to assist snicl preferred to suy tin- British Irlmpirt- H was also to expected that, there the Premier, "and we took a lne luat lni' empire the naval which i believe- commends itself evidences; j public and will commend itself be a reference to duesiioii, There has been that the ministers For a long rime did jthf whole of I'amuU east mid ino consider as reason why we shouKt fail iin-datp tlie ttay of eaiei'Rc matter 'of gradc.s of the nevt. "Kver since ihe defeat Trunk Paciric, .Mr. Borden in- ner know their own minds. One TO in- i Mr. Burden turned to th ister even hud been submerged. At, _ ___ last, they knew that the goverumont Iiigtiways bill at -my friend's die- timated thai there would be a slate- had a -policv. They had captured j tutiun. because he took full mcut the minister ni railways their mediiatiuna, alid were about to i bililv for tiie hill in, ihe said propose a bill. The language in. the Bordeu, "he has been busy CK-; lurV to every part of the country, speech from Tbe Throne cltti not agree plaining apoloitizins and today i Kedi.stribui.ion was another crisis -with ihe language they had heard lmVe a renewed attempt at ex- Another Great Feature at Starland The mimagemeiH of Sturland is to dealt with by thc courts, biii-iu Ihis; be nmgruUiaied upon the number of case the courts themselves are con-' realiv features they have been cerncd, and it was i-y.-peraiive that of iatei for tlie nl-0- that they should be brought to the attention oi parliament. The uHidav- its in his posse.ssiun proved, in his opinion, that imprisomneiit was forced upon free British subjects cause they had thr right (if Mv. Oliver charged that the men were arrested so that'Liberal; scrutiiifors be frightened away! show nig of grains at Starlaml have been excel- lent. Another first class feature to be shov.'ii tomorrow ami Thursday is The King's au intensely uranuuio The Kinji's Power" a i one in in iwo pavts. iiu miniMeL (it t. tlial be satisiac- "D, rea.l ;_; affidavits word for word. Point of Order which the interest is not maintained, but is cumulative consistently so till the liniil ies. Tiie basts is the eternal hu- man propensity .to love r.he one that .es." and uol. the one whose se-lec- the '-rnvrrnmi-nt' from Winston Churchill, who many times said that England feared no enemy, and that she'was prepared and at all times for comers. He planation and apology. His best apol- Wilfrid It career that Sir was clear, lunv- would be to suggest to the sest-' evel'' ate that when it soes there agai thei take care not io lay uul'iolv that any re-distribution could nt take effect" until the close oi the then exist parliament. After the jl'r. .-Oliver then proceeded to eriti- ;ion Ije forced by political exi- pize the atiniinisiratiuu of ihe wiic an- informed in of the province of Manitoba, but was lne of mei! alui women would interrupU'd !iy ihe prime minister, tempted, mentally, to build ;i who appealed to the speaker that j Power" necessarily .deals with the question of royal marriages, and is portrayed in a superb manner, by a most, excellent cumpuiiy. There is nothing "sensational or lurid" in the production, for it is well ad a.charming and beautiful story. Nursing Mission Concert j A s'1'eiit treat is in storp for those j who attend' thu Nursing Mission ecu- j cert in the. Majestic Theatre oil Thurs-! day evening when Miss Kva Mylort, j the world's phcnioneiitil contralto, i sins "a charming 1'rognuii. Miss! Myloit appeared in Victoria and j couver recently and hundreds of j pie were turned away'so great was' iht; ikinaiul i'c-r seals. Alias Mylcti is! acclaimed everyivlier'e as on par j h Madame Schumann fieinU, a-nrt s iu-Jeed fortuuaie 'that Leihbridgo la to huve the privilege of hearing her on Thursday. Tiie, ledies of tht> Nurs- l have tin- Direct Service CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS Large twin screw steam- ers sailing from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday 'carry- One Ciasa cauin and Third- ClEss passengera. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS riail from St. John, N.B., Dec. 5th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve- your accommodation now and secure the best, it costs, no more. Apply to (any railway, steam- ship ayent or H. E. LIDMAN. General Acjent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, demand, Licut.-Goveviujr Bulyea, why Miss MyJotti h; distiiiKiilshed patron of the con- ce of .Miss Hilda j cert, hopes, thu (.heatre will be erowd- AitKen. :i beautiful pianist, and ithyrni ed to capacity to hear this wonderful .bur i lone. Ticket holders are requested to sociu'e tiieir seais ai nee as tJn-'re prom tees to be a heavy singer and help the Xnrsing -Mis- e seat salt- is now open at AJlin's store. jects, and what they owed ID Canada as Canadian subjects. (Cheers.) The Quebec Liberals The province of Quebec would jiort or measure not be- cause they were the province of Que- bec, but, with their fellow Liberals from the rest of Camilla. Whatever, he 'went ou. was the policy, if there any In the province of Quebec ssld they owed nothing to Ess- land, r.'-re lar leas iiumeroiis than before September -Jl. Jle fcefore him men on the other ?ide of: !I' The House, and men svea sit tins; on the Treasury bench, whit be- positicij any member oi ihe MH house. the a high he did liaTe -Iom- ils see lit 10 resign, but it will not le m respwr. ith ihe liftiiorable iriertii to Wilfrid had (itvlan-d himself one word ui reproach. Me speaks oi shot-ked at misdeeds in Macduuald d in evidenc ami cross cusiuiiis. hut why Ri'-lifliett i does he not his reuiirkable nothing more f change oi nroaram under which he tnan newspaper clippings un his projected irip to the west ''IJeadijiie-s in The Liberal nt-ws- i Papers anuuiineed thai the trip would nerals in this very house. ;'.nd thi re 0 tliat ionps of ari'-er were fore September 21 a year ago. lha, ,vel Canada owed nochfni? to The Hrlfieh that. ment did not cease when the house rcpttrted my friend was j-o imicli That he wns for the rest puhlit ".My honorable friend, in his day was wont ID speak. of members of tins side 01 the house as scrap hook orators, but u-hrii a man who lias province, but this h'-'ider of ihe government desires was a big of tin- forward a resoluiion this ractev he .should desire to support. i! nv ng be.ilpr than a crap j uot quite The N. T. K. Taking m> the oi'Xaiioniil Transcontiiienial railway. Sir Wilfrid said that there no refereute in day, even uhen he had the speech to ihe change in the TO perform trade. Their ..neinters ha.-f connived -My honorable friend a latlway winch srouli] ;ITI on anything ever planned iii E Hie, honorable iririu] have a non hi.s proposed inotion. ' icicms do not coiite well from ho have done other ihat d tiieiitioii in the und else- ''My quefiiou quietly and 1 f to deal it tuiiay ihe: I..1 me reinim! mv thal imeml I.nmloi, ami; llls W. T. .ninfcU-r the revenues of the province were ffl tnday biati army of election ie muiif' or to contract the method in Manitoba with those in I e'rtan, if he. were not in order iti so ai the pres-rit lime, lie would1 take later uir su dn-. .Mr. oiiver concluded his speech by stating that the practices which had obtained during; tbe "Macdonnld bye- election should lie pisred at door. C'f the colleagues of tiie prime minis- ter and thai lie and his government nmsl lake the responsibility. i C. McLean, Halifax, inquired ui the mini-ster OL tiiiance, whether he could inform him when the corrrs- poadenec in conned ion with thc Indif.s trade agreement would on the table of the house. Mr.! K.j expected back from You Can be Cured of the DRINK Habit by the kl-T THRE DAY Hundreds of mvn ii; the Itijnor could i-iirec: in thi PC day's HUH- 'ho Men u-ho havo :rit- iiiid failed, will tiiui U. and time aRain to jiivv up the TrealmciH purely wken hypodeniih- in- jections in treatment. The Neal leaves no bad aTte-r effects. On Hi.- contrary it restores the Imdv to a iinnnal healthy ami removes t- aicohuf from the The short length cif required is also an important fe'ituve of rhe Xeal Tu-atrtic.ur. Von lose scarcely any from your oitire or work and oven the three, days time required is {julckly countoi-balnnc'Mi by your improved mental and physical condition. Do not wail another day, but write at once to thf hi- smuto Co., Ltd.. ThirK-cnth Avenue West, Calgary. ,-in- respondence strictly JM-nm-ahie- friend has in-en hold-' iiij; ;i '-ones of not Jhrdiishi ihf hui Kasl. "l ihat; in hiv; adrircss to tlie people of 'f trio he is 'inclined to condole nvrr thc. result ni Sept. 21. He' j i? conrerned for himsflf, hi' says, i Inn only for Use country. 1 suggest to him i hut !iis confcnt is nisi' and Oliver has.! lie iloor for the opening ehalp tomorrow. Premier Flonlcn has given notice on: ;m-' th" the order paper of his hill ir.easiiri's for iucreashm and also the bill respecting taiion m thp west in the set I OFF ON GOOD TIME SftHkiiioon, N'ov. Hhrinr-rs or tin's city will Ioav0 next I Thursday night for Wimiipcg in .1 j spf-cial which they havo c.lutr- I te.rc-d for the- trip, and which will peiifd his! pinr-Ml at rheir disposal until they re- lhai oi the tuvr, to -Saskatoon. Those Hlmners t the policy oi'lrnv. coing 10 attend ilic ainiual fall s' revpnye. of i (vmnoniul ni ihe Khartoum Temple whiL-h ;lie -overnrneni had Thev are takillK 01It two1 seats of the and arc putting a grand play- Frank .pccch in answer me late govern- ment, when useiubers of tin- pres- had viewed it alarm, tie had twitted the ernmeni the. increase of thc tr.idf1 with thf Tnited States, which Was, he sjii-1, hy no 'means a oi thc govern tnent's pledge nni have free trade. 'With "The Miserable Hivf Tiiiifhiiii' on the resignation of Mr.; i.AIonk. the I'rpmier hatl is u er piano in, ins so that ifiero should he plenty of music at least for thi- trip. ROW IN A RESTAURANT Inosi; .r.iu-, a row 'tr strcu.. tonight, .Iiimos Ttramlon fiiahhcd. and Leo Kone flowod frflvly, as due to ihr high Hrandnn's injuries wilj not. I of the ex-minisicr, Mr, Oliver asked! fatal. HERE is a glove that is as tough as a It is the best made and longest _____ Glove ever put together. Guaranteed by the .makers to give satisfactory service or a new pair FREE. Will outlast two or three pairs ol1 ordinary gloves, This glove is a world-beater for Wear. Made from tough, thirt horschidc, specially tanned by the H.B.K. process to make i! stand hard knocks. When washed, it dries out soft plump and clastic. Is heat proof, cold proof, scorch proof, and almost wear proof. The fingers have special riplesa lips. The palm and thumb scams are specially reinforced with overlap scams. If you want a square deal in gloves, and the best glove service thai your money can get, ask for, and insist an getting Guaranteed Gloves SATISFACTION OR A NEW PAIR FREE The Hudson Bay Knitting Company, Canada's Expert Giove and Mitt iviakers. ;