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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta V Wednesday, April 9,1913 THE LETHBiJiBGE DAILY HERA^.D Page 3 Iffs the siiigei�% speakers*, workers' fast Mend. It*s instani rttfresliment at ei^eryone's price. Iffs vemarkable how it refreshes mouths and lMJ|dbt8iid teeth. It re^eve^ th^ yfter dinner feelug-ptrevents flatulence-aids digestion- purilies breath. It's tiie handiest^ cheapest and most useful dainty sold.- BUY IT BY THE BOX It cosia ItNM-of aagr dealar-^and atauw Iraah uatil used. Look f CM* the spear Wm. Wriglcy Jr. Co, IM. Avoid imitations Made t^SSS� ifn Canada 24 i I iifiiiiir^-^ DUNG THE TARIFF BILL �TTtNG IT THROUGH HOUSE TO STATUTE BOOK IS THE QU?8TI0N J WMfaington, . April 8. - How to Bteer the new tariff hilj through Con-! filMss to" Uie ' stalmtc ' books is the liwjttion now confiontiiiig Democratic ; ItaOMs. of. the admijiisiiration today. rPhsi'DMiworats' met ia caucus, but Swnefliately adjcutrned to await the message of PresitlOBt Wilson. After appointing the working committee of /tie extra seaBJo�i,rthf^ Will consider i ijho tarift-bill, introduced hy the ways ; and means coinftnitteti- The principal ;i.probltm cojiftonting tbe house leaders, who ave lisiieniiig to members of Ithe aoca^ tov the SKJce of harmony, is whether tho "hill should bo report- ed in the lioiiso in its entirety or schedule by schedule. Democratic senators, who opposed the sugar sclicdule with its provision for tree sugar, object .to the,consideration of the tariff bill as one bill. Th'6ugh no decision has been reached tliere /n^^s a probability-today that Uibm .hovae caucus might determiffe finally to'se-gregfite the sugar scliedule, taking up the other schedules and the ih-comc tax iu one bill.. It also \veis probable that the question-, of ; tjhe method of consideration, might not be determined by the caucus but be taken up on tho door of tfte liouse after the bill had been reported from the ways and � means committee. Ghair-naan Underwood has, statfd"that the question need':,:"dctpi:nuRedi;a:t once as the hill could be separtitfed into sections''at any tiine'the house deemed, it necessary to take'such action. �� � . � � ,  Useless A young fool never believes what an old fool tells him, so what's the use of anybody either giving oi- taking advioe?"-WashinBton Post. SLIDES Plain and Colored Prices From $1.00 to $2.00 A. E., S lyi I T H Herald Job^Department , , -., . , G. T. P. Has Never Discussed Taking Over A. & G. W. from Governrnent i : liJdmonton, April. 8. - Interviewed today regarding the presg despatch from Saskatoon stating that the Grand Trunk Pacific railway would take over the charter of the Alberta and Oreat Waitcrway.s railway and build the line reimbursing the , government for air legal expenses and interest charges in connection w'ith the railway, Premier yiiton said : "It is the iiisli 1 have heard 61 it." The report also stated that an an^ nouncement from Premier Sifton could be expected in the course of a few days. "There is n(>t the slightest chance of any such announcement be-ling madoi" said the premier. As: 1 'j stated in the legislature, no solution 1 of the A. & C?.. W. matter: will: be j arrived at without calling *thV legislature into consultation. J, G. Dalrymple, of Montreal, vice-president of the Grand Trunk Pacilio railway,' who was in the/city 'today on his annual trip through the.west, stated that � ho' knew the taking overj ofTiho.A, & G.. W. had not beon un-; dcr consideration by Grand Trunk officials. , � ITALIAN ;VOLCANOES'ACTIve Rome,'April8.-Mount Etaa.VeauV-lus and StromboH ,have ail' become active at' the same itlme; This '.-is fiomeithlijg' that was neyer ,bej?ore'recorded. � The aotlvitj' of cvan two-of these, .vglcs^nges plrauUaneously ig rare. Hori. C. R. Mitchell Delivers Winning Speech in the South Warner, April 8.-Qra-dy'b liall was filled last' night with the "standing room only" sign displayed at 8 o'clock to hear the Hon. C. R. Mitchell. The ohair was occupied by F. G. Smith, of Milk River, who, in a few words introduced the honorabte gentleman. Mr. Mitchell spoke for over an hour, being continually Interrupted by applause aa point after point was brought out, showing the weakness of the Conservative party and the inefficiency .Of its leader in the province. Mr. Michell went Into details regarding the Tory provincial debt bugbear, sihowing where the money had gone and making the subject clear. The railway question occupied a large share of Mr. Mitchell's attention ais he ""explained the eitoiis being made arid the policy being caiTied out by the government to promote railway development in the provinces. The A. & G. W. railway matter was dealt with; also the implement bill and the elevator bill. Mr, Mitchell's speech was listened to with marked attention'and was.received with great applause and; what little 'hold the Conseryative'. party may have had in �Warner, was considerably weakened list night. CEREAL MEN Ofl UNFAIR REPORTS The foUo^fring has been addressed to the Herald.:- ' Yisi'ted a Union , On^ Friday night the Liberal-Labor candidate, J, 0. Jones, with Donald BrpNabb'i interviewed one of the local  unions with a view of finding but how Jones' -c.?.ndidature stood-.with thfe mem- ;: bersi The, reception^th^y,, received. � was very cold indeed,'"and they were informed that they need jiot expect one vote' from that union, which' is thirty^two strong. As the above appeared in Monday's llssue of the News, I would like to contradict it in fairness to the raem-,bers of that Union, Which must be generally known as the Cereal Workers.  Mr. Jones and Mr. .McNabb visited that Union on Friday night and received a welcome whicih would have been tendered either of the other two members. As for being*32 strong, pledged to vote .for any one member, that is not correct, as members are using their' own judgment, independent of the lo-cal. i . A'si'to the thirty-two votes, iper-, haps they are not such a- "Cerii" as �some people seem to-imagine. CEREAL WORKER. "Now I know he's a four-flusher." , "What's the mattet now.?". "Ho^professes to understand art." "But;* lot of men really do.". "I know, but he qlaims to understand the latest cubist art." Change of Programme at Starland, Today's entire change of programme at Starland will include a swell K.B. drama, "Sinillng Dan," a production conceded to be one of the best efforts of this great company. The comedy element is w�ll .J?i? constable, charged with manalaugliter*^'^^ .j-'^ was remanded for trial at the AaslKea'.^ � ,'rj-\ this morningl by Magistrate MacDon-' > aid. He furnished imll In the amount"",'; of 110,000, a personal $6,000 Bond' and': ) two sureties of $2,500 enoh. Darby "* will Ajquest a speedy trial. -  5 room fully modern Cpttage, .'Ire place, etc., on 52 x 119 ft, Plfth Avenue A. South. Will take one or two vacant ots as part payment; / ' \^ HOUSES TO RENT ! V it* 15 ;