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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta \ Weclh^s'day, Api'irle, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAir.Y HEBALP Page 3 Biiou Theatre TO-NIGHT The Cowfeoy Millionaire 99 In 1 WO Reels 'a Hasteriy Fasciiiatiiis Eeatiic^ f : ) > ' Miss E. Llndley Jones in Popular Airs Nightly. SPECIAL MATINEE SATTTBDAr,'AT 2 tri^.-^Childieii 6c. Adults 15c; A Banner Program > EVERY CHILD WILL REck.VE AN ICE CREAM CONE >SOeUED FROM THE CONFECTIONERY HOUSE OF T. J. KILLIEN, 3rd AVENUE. m Look ^ this Long List Over To-day and To-ntiorrow Anolhar of the Immense IBRONCHO TV/0 REEL ' TH FILLERS The Sinews Showlno antl realistic battle �fcone�, and Irstenae-aram-; �trC^Sl,tUjltlQ>l8.jly^ l\ The Proof ..of ., thePudiding 1,'OOMEDY^"^ * GRl GROISS'IPREMATIVES R. Mackenzie and F.W; Green Appeared Before feanking Committee r Ascension of, ^ Mont Blanc V SCENIC TWO Otlier'*6ood Comedies ;iE881E BELL/ \''THe^P8Pii��' Comedienne ar=.w."L'-%\ANNOUI>(- �'UO0Dn|lC%l|RESj; ot the SaskatcheAvan Grain Growers', \ssociatioii, aS' wjlne^Sses.' At the opening W Nickle,.^ oV ^Kingston'; said 'that -'lie' � :underst"potf that Lawrence MurrAy,^'ijilpexmtond-,' eut :o�,,'the 'American^'dngpectlonlrsys-^ tem, was unabte to'he'^present.. He, would, like to? see sbmeiotHetj me^beif oJ "the Americaji ^jngpctitlpn ^sjaleiaj called. Chairman ^^j^eVsaidLi'^^^ Murray Vais no;t' abl?i,'-t!?iil!^ i^'!: Ington." He had. ,-^al!:el[t'n6/''a(litio'ii^ la. getting a substitute.^ Mr. Ames said th6ie w^ro SetpraL' others witflesses w'lich, meml)etg"%vlsh- "esd to, call,\ -was ,}lcdded'f to wait until tomorrow^ and 'ascet^tain �whether witnesses wBre t6>'be'c"alled Kenz'^e thought they would. He i^ould.'incliideUvestbck" in the clause. |,Anything!wMuh::would encourage farmers going into, mixed {arming- would. be,;o,r;5adv^Mtage: to'the west.- ;. �:;\V:^,H; i^harpeiaaifed if banks were not now, encouraging farmers to^go �intoimixsd 'farrain?; "  � Mb'-'MacKeuzie had not lieai;d of it. Mr...�White askedvit he thought ' a' secret^. lien would prejudice other crp^ �dltors; � V. '. . , Air.:. MacKenzic said, no doubt-bUst-netfs' interests 'would  object.^' He did: that the American farmers are better off than Canadians. "Why ate they.coming here then?" asked; Mr. Nicklc.: , .."Tofgfet .Americans are selling out .by'! the thousands and are going:(back.vtO; spend it." "fiave you iieard about numbers of bur western, people, who arc planning lio'gO'itO.vAVfitralia ?'' queried Dr. VVarnook.- "No ; I had'not heard of it. But I Know �hey"are deeply interested m Australia'Estate:, owned railways and banks." . - ,.^"rDo''know- -what they do in Australia- ?" asked Mr- Ames. "If the sta;te-_oiyncd; railway is wanted to be extended,vthe people interested have to pay-theilosscs of the road if it ^oes not pay." r ''Sanie "here,.','-answered Mr. Greeny I ''thatdsthCivway, it works out with nobj think the store-keeper would be Jis- (LaUehter). I injured. He saw. no advantage ot - Mr-, Green opposed taking bank liaymg.a,prevision of-, the Bank act notes, as he lelt the tax would only �loojifrequfehtly ,He.was m favor dt fall-on'the-customers. He would tax not": allowing. the banks to charge banks for'the "crime" of seridinj riiore^than seven per cent" ' nionpy--out'qtrGanada. The witness >^'Supposing. the banks Should come explained'at'some length the recuiv here,and say, if they were not 'al- ,rent shpSfcpEe,.of monev to handle the lowed to charge more than that crop'every .year Something had: .to amount- they .migllt have - .to ' - closo i^be, doneiI for pennies? 4 Not muchl ^ pt Ms littl# ilrl has beaujfeiful teeth^fine appetite-^sta^ng^ loi^asting pastime: many branches,'.' said Mr Ames, "what would,} oil say "I- would cdl their bluff," leplieU Mr.'.:MaoKfinziev' cofftmlje'lo, l�avo the farm foi the City *' Mrr'Gl;een,''b expla n the mjthods of western'Eatmmg, told the commit cu>ti)*|^^5pi|ffi^^^ ""''n6t'.Ja fivilege,.' 6n Tvel6.them* Sift -ret t1 S (^t. A, f-afflous'chpffllst the com is iett, ^ ^ fomd n a tu ta All m is c^i r i f.| tlia vat r Ii.i>ii1u^ w>xmmmhm^&^ ail|&?'�r?5�OT I 1 ihi bciler of th Presld n�^^ (. I no rcas n vj^B 1 o lid I iny )us'noB thLtle \UB confident-buBl^^^i t opinon ill I. If aMv sSl ec 1 ,lov.n h 'Olid D. for I J thil the fartoiUB -would MVfc foi DU Int t lfit�- 0 f w MlGH --� ' HAD 'to ACRES aOWN.'V ^^^^^^ le \ t\ '^^Wf^B , " Btggai Prlnes" qper^i ; cr.(j|dlrta:ithiji,oonsuni | * , "^i, �>' not " fi wwh-ti ri foi 1 o B sjgw Pi^^y^ , vo I In Tovn'TiaMnj? airnn{,s t arj'l 5I.\J^ ^j';^^.^ yj^^^^S^ If Oi.i'1 Oi u't to tnllo'. ihS;J,S-. iIqu .1 '1 di�i�r-i lo-wpi'nt-oSj , otB iil'>*b ec* N'oith. I $525 00 Each||S^� (El idir tlnLJl^ r'iSi�-loi.<5^' \LSsO- . ^rSiioW/i^jSti-efitjNortJ^: *'J.  ffOUSES TO nzmA'X I. I ' Ishei'iWjs 47 ;