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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE MvTn.BRIDGE DAILY Thursday, Xovcnilu'i- '27, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED IKf Publllhtd by the Hirald Printing Co., LM, lu> evenly it IU office, Slxtli Street, Albt.rta, Cinioi. PHONE! And Department 1224 W. A. T. W. SUAYLE JOHN TOHRANCS PHONE; Jab 1252 DAILY 1 jru HW 6 months, delivered I months, iWUvered 1 month, dellrered Me. RATES 1 ytJLr, by Ball 6 months, by 3 mocths, by 1 addrexsu THE DAILY HCRALO FOR SALE AT Crew fc Book Store; 3. erUoQ t Co.; Jacfcson t Co.; Hotel; pie's Drug Svn; Kunny k jUlln; Hotel Cltti Stud, ij1; Dilnvnd D'Are. Medicine Hit AulnlboU D. Ferguson. Mur- phy Co.; Craaliroolc Book Cocipuiv. Nnrt Company. Plncher Mitchell Dnu Co........ Wa, It would be really interesting lo learn who istosponsiblo for The fleet tliat Great Britain lias sent to Vcra Cruz 13 composed or powerful armored cruisers. On tho Cruiser Berwick, which-has teen ord- cred from Barbadoes to Mexican wat- ers 'arc Midshipmen Ronald J. Agnow and G. A. Worth, who graduated from the Canadian Naval College, at Hall- fax, and were assigned to the lier- wlck "when the Canadian cadbts were loaned to tho British navy. 'Both lads belong 1o.Toronto. n-st hatching out.a trusts and the retail is soaked, and Thalis a yerj- rearonabie auiTplausiWeVtatcment-coming fron the high price of eggs. We are the statement that Jlr. Bcimelt." The smoothly off hisjongue, scarcity is responsible. There is some idling on but it will not be absorbed by the farmer, .whom Mr.'Bennett might more appropriately, call.-a He .should about.the farmer's supply of nran, and his home market, to he sure. At present prices there, ap, Ijvp! alternatives open to the 1 Ihe an'dlhe suppiief-pfigain'to-Ihe interests. He must either seek a foreign market for his grain or feed it to what 'live stock he.has been able to accumulate. If he is not doing one of these things he is disposing hard earned produce at a And wheat at. CO cents a bushel is.cheaper hog feed than bran or.shorls ai fhnt. It is loo bad that Mr. Bennett is not in favor of free bad for the farmer, and too bad for Mr.' Bennett eventually. .STAFFORDVILLE IN THIS CAMPAIGN. OTAFFORDVILLE is in the city now.- The residents of that portion of the ciiy will cast their first ballots as ,volers of the Cily of Lclhbridge at.the first commission governmenUelection CHy ever held here. AVe believe they realize the serioUsne'ss of Ihe occasion. They have set themselves" to be cilizcns of Lelhbridge. But wo doubt if any of the candidates any special I ijjuught lo Staffordville this campaign.- There have been no "meetings held specially for our residents in thai parl as yet. This is underslood: to be an cducalio'narcampaign. There are many.points which mighl be explained to them. Take the pre- ferential ballot as an example. The fear has been expressed limes without number that Stafford poll will show a large nuin- :hcr of spoiled ballots on election day. Probably it is not the part ,of the candidates to undertake the explanation. But it is.somc- body's duly and ought lo be under taken delay. There arc other matters connected with the new charter which might he explained at the saine lime. candidate who overlooks StatTordvil'ie is passing up one of the best bets in thio election. I.'J3L -3 .1... h'e in iurn has'to charge.fancy .Jiricts to Britain has launched the another great super- Drcadnonghl costing fourteen millions, and it is said that 11 be- longs to the lasl.of its kTrid-' Recent manoeuvres have shown that the big'fellows were -completely at the mercy of the smaller and faster sailing cruisers. Sauerkrant has advanced to a Ion in Chicago. Anolher proof lhal the cost.of living is winged. A. Ion of saucrkrnu might corse case of sickness, but think what it woulc cost to put in a real supply of it. Mr Bennett threatens to resign bis scat if an internal siorag elevator is not located at.Calgary. rather suspicious. Is Mr Bennett losing faith in the promise made by Mr. Rogers and is he now try-ing to bold a threat over the head of the govern- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUSD ALEXANDER LAIKD. Gtoeni Manager JOHN- AIKD. I V. C BROWN, of -CAPITAL PAID DP, SIS.OOO.OOO ijISDIVE TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS Credit issued by ibroid, especially In places where identification is r Cheques and Drafts on all the counlnts of; drawi-in francs, ka, lire, etc., can be cashed or purchased al reasonable ralei. W, 6 Lethbridge Branch .foymner, fflgr. WHITE STAR LINE'S MAMMOTH OLMfIC ment' ai LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE TAKING HIS OWN MEDICINE. IN OPENING his speech at Calgary on Tuesday night Mr. Ben net is reported to have declared: That he sometimes grew-vyeary with the rcsponsi- bilily which he .was called to hear, and when he conlcm- plated the unkind and unjust things which had been said about him mid the misrepresentations of which he hnd been the victim, he sometimes thought thai the lion- or was not worth if. When he''looked into the faces of his fellow citizens, however, on Ihis occasion, he felt "_. himself fully compensated for Ml -these unpleasant- nesses. We believe Mr. Bennett fcols the criiidsm, but criticism is one of those things a man in public life is heir to. Mr. Dennett encourages criticism of himself by reason of his reckless crili- cisrri of his political opponents. KIR speeches are always crowd- ed with Insinuations and ollocks upon his opponents find surely he docs not expect to pass through-n public career without some of.them hitting .Effective Oct. 26, 1913. ARRIVALS KA5IE 13 CroW9 NMl Erpross 14 Crow's Nest Express 12 -soo-Spoltaia'Flyw u Soo-Spokwo Hrer FHOM Koolcnay LanOhig Hal Spokaae St. TO AURIVF, ..lo so. 513 Ciort XMI W Crow's Nest. Express- 12 SooSpoliine Flytr 'DEPARTURES FOR DtlK T0 Mtdlclne !1at Koctcoay Landing ..Cranbrook ...Coults iCardslon .23.SI .17. "After The Ball" You may. have bad-vain regrets your He would not set gbt or your gloves split, or tho fit of your shirt was not ADTI I IMF C U 111 A 11 il Ij 111! the pioneer tine of Atlantic Stcan ihippng. MUltal new have been added to Ihe Caa.iJUci Semce, "Aljunia ytt Otss Hit AtlMtk UMM the OLD RELIABLE MAGNIFICENT- Cymoasiurn, nd Covered Protntnadef, Spadcras OrchcFlri, U SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SAILING DECEJMBEA P (1113) S.3. "AUunU" ctnrwc (11) Kostr of sailings York apply to Agenli, or THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. 304 M.I. Pcrtlaod, Boslon 3 trMt, WJNNIPEC. LONDON-PARIS OFFICES -333 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, OR LOCAL AGENTS 6. B. MITCHELL, AGENT, LETHQRlOGc, ALTA. NTEREST1NG POSSIBILITIES rlgbt Hut not if you procure thorn from, JAS, Si ROSE Our drew U" In (net our Glove, are. -Perf InV'.WIth HwM> or illk and what max- er can beat "Cluetr for fhlrts! Beit of the >ame yoj pty for Inferior gosdi. _' PROVE THIS FOR YOURSELF (Hamilton Herald, ndepenirotil) 1 Mr. Horden Is In Virginia for real, ccuperation nnrt pleasure. But it ru mors are rcflaWe, lie intends, Ijeforc eturning home, to combine business pleasure. It la announced that ho ill be the guest a tho Brllish am bas.sador at for a days; and another dispatch, raojo In .creating, states that during Ills tloy n Washlnglpn hs will cor.fcr with Pre- sident Wilson with a vie'iv of rcmov ng barriers In the way of trarlc be- tween Canada and tho United States especially wllh the lioro of'rromot ing freer exchange of food products. 'Such a conference might be fruit- iul of good results. A re- port would be very Interesting. iMr. Wilson might eonrlcoiiBly sug- geflt lo the Canadian premier that the. U. 3. government and congress have already shown good faith In Ihfs matter and have done, their part in promoting traile between the two countries In framing and passing the new tariff law under "which many Canadian products aro admitted Into the Slates duty free or greatly re- duced rates, and that now It Is "up lo" Canaila lo make the n'jit move, 11 Is staled In tho dispatch referred to that.Mr. Uordcn will ask for fur- ther tariff conceptions froa the Unit- ed Elites for like concesiloat froai Canada; if Mr. Wilson knows anything ol the trend of punllc npln- on in Canada- he will probably sug- gest that any "concessions" which he Canadian government may make n the way of tho removal of or low- ering of duties on food products would he concessions to Canadian needs and demands rather llian to U. And Indeed any fcargalnlng bttiteen the two sov reciprocal Inry lo tho stand taken by Mr. Hor- dwi and his supporter! two years ago. What they moat vigorously objected to In the reciprocity agreement was Canada's 'action was bonna by Fall And Winter Excursions Berthing t-lsts Now Open Attractive by Various Rou isit m mmnm MONTREAL, (JUHSEC, LIVERPOOL CHRISTMAS SAILINGS .prom From Portland Hallf. any fcargalnlng between Vvti c. NEW V.ORK )vernmcnts with a yiow-to While blar Line UVERPOOL tariff' scitoii would bo con.' Nov. 20, Cedrjc, We. n Celtic Southampton, Plymouth ft. .Ion Nov. 13 nud 13 MAJESTIC Dec. 8 It, even _ tho agrocmenl vldtd only'for concurrent .legislation which mlflit be repealed al will In either country. If that objection was sound one In 1911 It would to Jiist as sound in 1514. However, there Is nolhlng lo pre- vent :th'j government and parliament Imitating the tariff policy of the U. P. oxeculive and.consress and maW'nj; an' ntt'empt to lower the cost of-living by lowering or remov- ing tho duties on food products. Tliat can be -done without tho slightest danger'.of putting-Canada-Info the 'adjunct" and It would not bo with the attltud'o of the Conservative two ycirs.flgo, j Bocton, New Yorlt, QueJnitoh, .Liverpool Trnmnays tomp and, tha Ctttdlan Aulotras company Nov IS and Dec. IS Arabic _ Laurentlo and Meganllo njo I largest simmers In Canadian Trade and embody all Iho comfort and luxuries of up-lo-'late travel. The Teutonic, Canada and Arabic.) termed One Class Cabin Ships., on whicli pansc-ngcrs have tho beat ac- commodations Second Cuisi rales. Comfort and economy com- bined, Kor rales, Oilier Sailings, Boovicls, etc., apply lo nearest rail- way or steamship nscnt or write. W, H. McLEOD, CanadUn Westtfn Agent 313 Main St. Winnipeg S, 0. MITCHELL, C, P. H. AGENT Ask nboul our Nine lo 1'au- ama Canal and West Indies or Medit- erranean Cruises to the Kfvlcra, JUly and ;