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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ariiesdayi April 15, tms TAHVFP COMMilTTEE DECLINED 'to ENtERTAVN aUQGES-S TION / � IWashingtb'n, April 14,-Porsisteht Jitorts tq put cattlo aiid sheep on the free list,. to cut the duty on swlno and otherwise alter the -wivys and means committee tariff revision bill were defeated in the ^jjnocratio ''cauoua ol the hdu&e tod^y>. The leaders of tile hill as reported wafe piloted by Representative Harrisba, oi J*few York', in the'abSeace ol Representative , Underwood, the majority leader, vrlio is ill. On the senate side of tariff revisionists, -were inactive. The wbor sehgdule was betore the house uaueus all afternoon and there �were some lively speeches. Many of the now members of the house gave their views, but each time there was a test the committee was overwhelmingly sustained." Representative Logue, of Pennsyl-i ' vania, .11 now member, precipitated ' the bisgest fight of the day with an j amtodmetit to put cattle ou the ires [ list' Cattle and sheep are now duti-' �bleve;t 10 per, cent, and swine ,,at �Sl.if^ a head. Representatives Baker of 'ff^lifornia, Russell of Miasouil, and ."otheM, urged against free cat-  tie xalslujfv industry In the;r states. ' RepresaatativeB Kinoald, o! New Jer- ; sey,'jiBd Ourley of Massachusetts, contended freq cattle would mean a hfoadw: field of supply for the inde-pendleilt paokers' aia agaiust the so-called hoit truat. Ropresfetttative Curley declared that' thp" t^nrteH Sta^ss miglit aooi^ coasa lto_ be' an exporter of food. He said that the Argentine Republic, with & population of only 9,000,000 against 82jO00iO0O in the United States exported more tliap Ave times as much bpir and products as the United States and that tariff protection in . - SRepressntatiTe.Burke, of Wlsconaia, wifiuooeasfuUy sought to reduce the duty on swine from J1.60 to $1.65 a'; head an(l'%, motion by RepxeHsnta-itlfvo KiWald'Jip put slbeep on \ the t^eo llsilfwasairoted down 82 to,98. 'An aWnmpV*'*''''^^*'^^ tl\e, proposed rates da'"bai1*y made by 'the Demo-. \ offtts ftonrtiWisoonsJtt and Aflnnesota, 4 a^o' was successful. Keproseutatire.| Burke '^'fll>- WjaconBiaj. djlferfld,.* ^.an aSawida�Mif restoring the'ifitss ttn'tbe Bayjie law, under wlilch barley pays *f duty of 30 cents a bushel.- ' The Uttderwood. bill would out that * in �two. Representative Burke declared toe farmers of the, northwest needed the 30 per con* duty to en-ajjlfe them to. oompote with the growers ofOanadian barley just across the line. . RepPeeentaiive Baker sought'to reduce the proposed duty of ten cents per bushel on oatmeal. ,The caucus was-, getting down to fthe wheat seh^ule at the time of ithe adjoummeat. " ' THE XETHBElpGE l)AHY HERAI/P ti. ' German Military Balloon TKat' Dropped Into a French Cavalry Camp and Nearly Caused Internation^ Trouble DUC MONTPELIgR -Rfoently p.?oa!s)�MKl King of Albania. 'He tea oousl'n of the Duo de Orleane.'.pretender to the throne^ of Frpnoe. hi fnternational Cafe . UNDER'NEW PROPRIBTORV SHIP AND MANAGEMENT PROM SUf^OAY, 13th APRIt The new proprietors will not 1)6 responsible for any debts , owing by the previous prpppla-tor, Lean, Hon. Geo." P. ..G^ratianj, ' ariC Thps. McNutt spoke in tur^. ^ The speakers,' on.e'aiid all/a^^^ that in introducing the,new:vy'iiii|s governipent was stir'iiciug a blbw .at the rights  of th? minority,i;^All5 protested against tlfegiviiig of t|e ni'br vipus qiipstion before Sir.) Wilft^ Laurinr was . allowBil- tp speak. ^Vj',,. The speakers said tlip, riltcsXRljpVl^ not be ainended during tlie.iprdgri^s^^^^ pi th? debate. Hopr Frank' ^liyef;^^^^^^ blared that if ti>8 rules g6^:'iiitp:;^ e^^^^^ feet: parliament; wpWCsimply'ijfecpnie, a macliitie to resi|ter' the ^\fijl pfjihe government of t,h^ , daj',: and'; that? there would be^^n^^^^^^^ fot'^'ie people :or the; wifeorityr/:' V- v � WILL PROVIDE FOR WIDOW Winnipeg, April 15.--Bremier Rob' Ottawa, April 14,-The debate on jiin has promised tUaJt' Mrs. RooKe, ^the closure resolution was kept up in .widow of ChaTles Hopke, chief of the the house" until shortly alter mid^'j Manitoba Mounted Police, :;;wh^i ip^t bis life in the performance of 11)9 duty at Dauphta, wili-be' provided: for^ � WOUf-D MAKE Pi^iRUli^MeNT ; MERE MACHINE TO , REQI8- TER THE oioVERN-MENT'fi WjLL night, when the adjournment Svas jpoved b7 Fred Pardee, the. chief Libr eral wjiip, and, the. house rose. .f' feature' of the evening sitting was the raising of a couple of poitits ot'drdeci by A.' K. MacLean, "having for their object a ruhng whicll would declare the present discussion to be out of order. In hPtU oases, how-f ever, the speaker ruled against the junior member for Halifax.' The pi)lJ)ts..,r(ii6ed were that proper notice, hadnot. been: given either 'bl thij 'closure resolutions' or removing , qf the previous .question. The speaker doPtijfd: that thB'ascpssary;twpfdays^v aotipehftdbeett.: given vQntiUe;resblui �tipa'jwd that no, notice was re,auired: in connection wij.h .the- ^ropv;jpg r; 0^'^ the previous., ^u^\i&nS:'i^Kf>''Spe^kmg wa8'.'agaln confined ;to- the oji^ipsltipig merfinbers. Hon, Franlc Oliver and-Hpn. R. Lemieux occupied tlip time A Simple, Treatment that ^iU Malic Hair C^i'ow Now Sold ill Ctimida Every 'up�b9;date woman should have radlanL'haiv.- There ar#/thoasnnds of women with harsh; faded, characterless hair, who do not try to improve It. . Jn ffingfl^nd apd Psris wowen thlte, pride In having beautiful hair,'Every I Canadian woman can have luBtrous' and luxuriant" IiWr by pslngr SAIiVIA the Gr^at American Sage HaJr T^Alfi. EvOT reader of, the HepM cpin have, an attractive head ot h�ii-Hai� tew weeks bjr using 6'ALVJA: : :l ^ The JFrank Hadley Drug Co, seJilB^al large bofctlp for 0 pents apd guaj;-, anteps ^It to banish Dandruff, Btopii falling hair, and llohlifg scalp In Hen (lays, ov mopey ,bflek^ Going Out usiness Judging by the crowds that visited our . store on the opening day, it goes without saying-tiiat-tliis sale will .be the greatest genuine bar-gain'sale ever held in Jjetiibridae. Everything Must W. J. Armstrong, Jeweller, is vacating- Ms present stand and must sell his entire stock g,t cost or beloM' ACTUAL CpST> nothing reserved. You will haye an opportunity of saving 50% on prospective wedding j)res-ents. This is the only sale we hare QXet held and our repiitatiop guaran-teias that it w'ill be a geimiine one. Fix-- tiires will also be sold.. , , . Nothing Reserved. All prices at cost or below Actual Cost 10 Days 10 Days Sale You Com- Tuesday 15th mencing Will Save 50% By Buying Here During This Sale Special Bargains From 9 to 10 a.m. ^"illkr &5.00 doion Tea Sp^ns. .18^ , >�f; >M ,� Special'iSale on Clooks; -regular U'-OO Alarms Ai^g^ sold for tt|V From 5 to 6 p.m. , -'A special!; ^^le on-Casseroles. ' . .. , r One selling regular ?10.00 for........... One selling "regular ,$BM, for ....... 9*9 GiltUETTE 8APETV RAZORS, Sold the dkO '7H . world over at $5.00, for ...............  / d . DEPOSIT ware, SUGAR AND CREAIViS,. ^H � Itilald with .sterllna silver; worth *4.25 for per paii�...........:.................. M'��*J'V a BEAUTIKUt CABINET OF STERLING uj;it �wag rel?ase4 oa- pjpb|1f^t)Ji Tinges the ten^B pf $^0 tatfiit. r4fport at fr6olic�> , Ip oagjs �])e jspRuatts �j�5/ mjiBdeRMsanpr slip is .'"liable,, to _jpiMdi�tP" arteift vi'tib^U't; a WBTt:a])ijl:,f;;9nf ^ li)U8t; iben ,se?yo,^'oHii.'^er fttJJI'tj^iFi? jtJl' (Joavi�lj> ,l� tlte maiu.'po'jit'thdt>J?rBsK' driven home la a circular letter eeot outy^sterday to all o'tithe750,000 pol^ icy-holders of the oopipanyi soma ,ot whoni hold policies in- other.' companr les. ,' ' The presidents of other great mutr ual life insurance companieB Intend: to act as Mr. Klngsley has done,'presept to their policy-holders a plain statement,of facts concerning the allogod, injustice of the. proposed ip-come;taij ,Jh . Still,'have ^JI0^m GLASS'acoo^ijioaitti 8taa�?i^T|: rr^'^.i-''^^* Sailings wpekly;  4e�fl)?ri:yi9w