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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta sr.' THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday. February 12,1913 NT FULL TARIFF PAID ON EPE STRAIGHT POLPTH'S IN A IWIVKHNITY o- essrs. Harvey and Crest Off to See. the Minister of Agriculture One hundred thousand headiut snet-p �'� fronivt'nltcd States, most.lv from ilv Montana ranges, entered Albert a last year, on which an avprnap dutv o[ only $1.78 was paid. And so. long as the tiuih wall between the two countries continues as it is, the Southern Alberta Wool Growers1 -association believe thej-have a legitimate kick at such a pr;u-ticc, Tor a sheep on which oulv M.78 duty is paid is worth a great . more in proportion. It a dutv is itei'jlevied at all, the association lfe'Ves it should be levied on a valuation. It is to protest against this a pro R. C Crest wish to see the country flooded with I sheep on which full duty has not I p.ixf. Thev wish to know just where iiher stand so that they may prepare ! to meet the competition. If thev are i to compete with American sheep they :\vish to. do so on the basts ov the! 'ilutt levied on the. actual price o{ i the niiunols imported and not on a j i twin ions dutv. j While in Ottawa they will also stir j up Slip minister of agriculture onoe ! : !:-.o!'.' on 1�e summer raiisje question. J : Uluie in I.ethbndge at the time of j the l>rv Faitmuu; Congress Hon. Mr. j : liurrell held a conference with the ! sheep owners, and promised to give: them attention on this matter. Later, i the ranching co;nu:;ssion sat here, and j I look a ureal deal ol evidence regard-j ileal; xlirep mrtiistrv in Southern I Alberta, and at that time it was un- to he-fuil I all ihiiieulti's in con-proper division of.th? oi pruieutioii m that President Secretary C. S cct: ..I lac.i n l.rv Vl'arvev and oi i he W oo'. Growers' association leave for OUa-..wa tonight to interview Hon. Martin Burrell, minister of agriculture, and lay before him the facts. Thev will nsk-jthal the full ilutv be levied in future, for while, they are anxious that the sheep industry in "Alberta may prosper, they derstood that neoUon with : timber reserves west of the foothills � had been cleared away. However,; uriiliiii.' h^s tit-en done fnr, and the \ sheepmen are anxious ih.it the sum-; jiier grazing leases be ilefmitelv set : hefore the coming uriV.ing sea- ; tied son. Thev will also interview the minister nn matters concerning the grad-msc and marketing of wool, the rapid increase in ihe wool production of Southern j SuiuTieni Alberta maUiii't this an hull o not porta lit factor m the sheep industry. I t tion of the line from the prairie pro-I-vinoes to Montreal, and also from ! the prairie provinces to the Pacific �coast hv October first, stated Sir .! Donald Mann. He thought it would I not lie readv hv then, however. The. I line from the middle west to Mont- C. N. R. WILL BE PUSHED SOMWLETE MAIN LINE YEAR Tnere he.s been considerable comment about having a straight political system in the Toronto Universityj This is 'Varsity's Liberal slate: The nominees of the Liberal party of the University Collele "Lit." From left to right -A. S. Bleaksey, J, P. McNeb, A. McLeod, J. P. Ferguson, H. B. Spaulding, W. H. C. McQuarrie. TO ] I'c-il would pronably be completed this THIS > fall, hut the. western section of the �.! htne from the middle west to the 1'oronto, Feb. 11-That the Canadian Northern grain held up at Port Arthur by the embargo of the Canadian Pacific railway would remain so : until the opening of navigation in j Pacific coast probably would not see. 'Completion before the end of the jyear. On the opening of the Panama I canal, the Canadian Northern would ; be in a position to move grain, west-| ward as readily as eastward. The effect of the opening of the canal would be the tilling up of the  ._ j Pacific, coast, province and the Peace! the spring, is the opinion of Sir i nv-er district. Instead of immigrants i Ottawa, Feb. 11.-The entire sitting Donald: Mann, vice-president of the j filtering through the other provinces j of the Commons today was occupied Canadian Northern Railway, when [ot the Dominion, they would go j with tne navaj debate, speeches being { through to the coast direct Amendment Moved Proving for Verdict of People on the Issue seen this morning. He has just re- I Vf\> ,7 ,1,' n, j made by Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux, .Mr. 6 J i With the completion of the Trans- , � . � , turned from Tha Pacific.coast. !continental, said Sir Donald, the Pa-j Fretl Pardee- Mr. Alplionse Verville, 'v.-^Jwii^-wiM the Canadian Northern (cine coast fleet will be established. Transcontinental line be completed"? j Within etcht years, this latter will ^&he:'contracts.;callm nearly every tropical country. ;. ' The prices for these beans, as -*cocoa manufacturers buy them, strange from 7 c to 30c a pound. Shelled!  Some of these beans are bit-Some have a mild flavor. J O&ers have a stronger richness. And there are endless variations. , dter. feC //*',', Sam Webster and D. O: Wight all journeyed to Leavitt on'Wednesday last to attend the wedding of George Stoddard and Miss Ivy X/eavitt. They report having a very enjoyable time. The young couple were well known here, as well as elsewhere, in Cardston and vicinity and everywhere they are known they have friends. Their many friendB join in wishing them a happy and.prosperous married life. Arthur Vlcery is very sick at present. .. , ' �  John' Layne left for Raymond on. Thursday last. ^He is visiting his brother-in-law, Henr;y Smith, who at present is very siclf. � We notice in the Daily Herald of Feb. 4 an account of the proposed gravity system for the city of'Leth-bridge. According .to the engineer's report of his trip 'on Sept. 4 the- best situation on the Belly river for the1 intake of the system is at Section"! i township 5 range 27,- just abotit' opposite our own little village of Glen-w-obd,. and that a 'greater elevation' can- be obtained at a short distance up the river. Now the people of Glenivood are watching- anxiously the' action of the city council with regard to thi6i;work.;,Some think that with sufficient backing we might make it practicable for. the gravity system ,to be taken out^further up' the river,^ as mentioned by .W. S. Harvey, and that, the town here .mlghtrget a side pipe,, to '.furnish. our^MJ^/lllage with .su�-.j flcient water running out of the main pipe going into Lethbridge. It is a matter that requires some investigation and if found feasible the town of Glenwood ought to get busy and make arrangements with the city council. El APPEAL Official Announcement C.N.R. Policy Confirms the Herald's Special Despatch El Paso, Rex., Feb. 12.-Strong representations to the. British government have been made by the stockholders 0f the. Mexican Northwest R. I ije undertaken R. and its industrial adjuncts w'hich have suffered'most, heavily from the continued strife in Mexico, it is said on good authority. ,The railway and lumbering interests are controlled by the Pearson Corporation, an English concern. The .mills at Maderira, Chihuahua closed yesterday on account of revolutionary .activity. (W. A. P. Report) Toronto, Feb. It.-The announcement of the Canadian Northern Railway's construction programme for 1!>13 was made today. Hundred of miles of new line are to he constructed and as many men as the G. N. R. are. able to secure will be given work with the construction gangs. Manitoba has a stretch of five hundred miles beginning a few miles east of. Portage la Prairie, and extending to utar Stew burn, and will L'-e. the main, develbpment. The Fisher River will be graded forty miles. The construction in Saskatchewan will include a line/from Stnrgis for ,af distance; of fbrtp-fotir miles towa'rd Hudson's Bay. A l|ike distance of line will ^be constructed on the Gravel branch. The line through Gravel-bourg, ta^a^>...Siyi%.\iiT,e^H,iwJl^ have, more than fifty miles added to the present grade. The McRoori-OiitlOok liiie:iwill ::be-extended nearly'thirty milesf gast of that point, and about twenty' miles west, of it.  -. . -f ��: The Regina-MoosoJaw line, and the> Yorkton branch are also included in the programme. \ - Alberta-will have many miles built-this sumiuer. About fifty miles will bo undertaken on the Edmonton-Calgary line. The line south of Macleod at Pincher Creek, will be graded for about forty miles, and work on the Calgary-Letnbridge. branch 'will also The Jinking up of the Brudheim and Vermillion connection i�nd the tapping of the Brazeau coal fields are to bo rushed. The Peace River branch is also to have a start made on it. The Calgary-Saskatoon branch is now practically completed, and service will he established on this line within a few months. LITTLE ROCK'S EXCITING DAY Lrittle Rock, Ark., Feb. 12.--Flames destroyed property valued at $100,000 i here today. The H. F. Auten buildings and the Capitol Theatre were burned, and the Gleason Hotel was damaged. Guests in the nearby Merchants "Hotel and in the Gleasoii escaped unharmed. The above despatch confirms special despatch published by Herald a few days ago. the the WiLlivORGftNiZE A TEiilE TORONTO,,yX3UN,G MEN TO LEAD IN MOVEmW^T TO .jiBOLlSH ' TH.E- BAR. LEwo . THAN PAR: 5 PER CENT London, Feb. 12.-The city of Kd-monton will shortly borrow $1,750,00^: at 5 per pent, the Issue price being slightly under par. ���- �:�>. Iforifiito, Feb. 1!.-With ths objec.K oj! eliminating the liquor btfeiness, hotel .liarsj licensp,!,rcluh,s, and liquor stores' front -Toronto, a .new temperance organization us being formed, and it is the object of the association* to liave the youni; men ot the city lead in. the movement. ..The plan 1 aa outlined by those promoting: is rather; Jinirme- � -. Politicians will" bo excluded, but yet the wdTrk '-will �be Conducted in the city >by ward lassociations such as fills?'political parties have now orga'i-lzadv l-t-i� believed by. tlicfee hcluml the-, project -that even with the. barrier ot the three-filths majority vote that local option can be carried, in the city; of - Toronto.  � Imsist TLE HOSIERY FOR, INFANTS AND CHILDREN Those Tender Limbs ' Experience tiaa already told you that baby's skin is very tender, and very easily chafed. Therefore you clothe him in the softest, wannest underclothes. But how about his stockings? Are they of ordinary coarse wool-colored with unwholesome dyes? � 1 � � For safety's sake always buy your infants, aud children "Little Darling" or "Little Daisy" hosiery-tbe perfect stockings.  Made of the finest, softest' Australian Lamb's Wool, and dyed with stainless, sanitary dyes. / You have every reason to select, these widely known '..brands, and^thsy cost. iiO:' .'more .than the/inferior kinds-.  - . ' -'/?..' . ":j4:'-'( - , . .: v "Little Dariingf"--Has silken heel uad toe; ,r All .sizes tor infanw upiicr'soven years ol&� "Little Daisy"-Reinforced beel and toe. All si?es',for'ehildren.'uiidcC>tw