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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 12, THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD P'iffe 3 is, commencing Monday, Feb. 17 THE CROWNING MARVEL OF MOTION PHOTOGRAPHY NATURE PRODUCED IN ITS OWN COLORS "The World in Kinemacoior " GREATEST HISTORIC EVENTS ALL OVER THE GLOBE INCLUDING THE "CORONATION OF KING EDWARD VII." "INDIAN DURBAR" AND MANY OTHER NOTABLE EVENTS A CAPABLE LECTURER EXPLAINING FULLY EACH SERIES PRICES: 25c and 50c.; Performance commencing at 8.30 sharp. BIJOU THEATRE To-night and To=morrow THE MOST REMARKABLE FEATURE EVER PRODUCED "Lights and Shadows Of China Town" 3,000 feet of Thrilling Pictures Portraying Vividly the Horrors of the Yollow Peril A CAPITAL COMEDY COMPLETES A PROGRAM OF GUARANTEED EXCELLENCE PRICES: 15c and 10c 'BOXES': 6oyearsof-age,togiveT perfect relief from fhe Kidney and Bladder Troubles incklentto one of my Bge. ItirgentlyrecofiimendGINrPII/rjS . to frie'nds*as*beiiig! the one> thing' that does me good.",- E. G. WOODFORD. By-the.time'a reap or woman" is 6o, the Kidneys and Bladder need a little he]p\to"ke?p in goocln working) order.-GIN PILLS are what they need. GIN PILLS fceep^the urine neutralf prevent colds'settlnig onrtheikidncys or bladder and w.drdoff Rhsnmatie attacks.- >,; Remember, everybox of QIN'PlLLp,: is sold with a positive guarantee to give the p}d-a"ge .outddor; work, where, they .would', be self-supporting, but prevented from .reproducing ttyeir kind. He favored, in.Canada an old-age pension system .similar to-that observed in,,Njawv Zealand,1."but with some amendments. The amount, he suggested, would be $180 a year, payable monthly;' and 'dihiinlsh'&cL in proportion' to other income* or..thepo ssession of net *uncurabe.red values of property over "$500. learned-from them by.' ' Dr. Morse.11'. 'Though' repeated attempts t^iave ifjeen made,',' �iy', physi-/, ciansandchemist*, ithasb^en found -impossible toimprovc.Chefcr|riiula"o'r , ,the pitys./ prV, Morse's- IndianJR"ootr "Pillsareahousehoiaremedy through-, ' " out the world for Constipation and all Kidney and. Liver troubles. They act promptly)andeffectively,and,' servative as well, but all present had heard it time and time again from the lips of some of the faithful few on the Conservative side of the: house, viz., Michener, Stewart) etc. �� ..... > Mr. Billlngsley, the ohalrman of the meeting, then presented the purpose of the meeting to Mr. Patterson. He spoke upon our needs, as a district, showed that we were tributary to Cardston and always would be;: and not to Macleod. For this reason wi� wanted certain things which >it was the purpose of this meeting.to present before our representative.-:!; " .... . . * . .. - � 1. Cardston being our-natural centre, and th� Indians yearly building fence lines out in every shaps into tho Blood Reserve,'we--desire a sur� vey,ed road Into Cardston in. order that we might not be fenced: out or made to travel twice, the distance in going to do our business.- � -...A 2. We want a telephone line to run along that surveyed line. We are ready to produce the names : of - the required number of subscribers^ � and we think this ought to be conceded to us. If we cannot gat a line direct to Cardston, we stand ready and willing to accept a line from Macleod or Mountain View so as to connect, ub. in a roundabout way with Cardston.- 3. We want a tri-weekly.mail.vTues'' day, Thursday and Saturday.' We have' over 600 p-eople dra'wing-J.theiremail-: through the Glenwood post;Offlce and:" at present have- practically no better than a weekly mall. If we 'cannot; get -a tri-weekly we want the mail days chang-ed so -that-.we will get our mail on Tuesdays and Fridays-instead; of Mondays and; Fridays.- W� understand that we should "be .getting four mail on Tuesdays but that ^the mailf carrier himself changed the, day to Monday in order to suit himself, an'd" not the people* of. Glenwood. ," ' ' 4. As Cardston, is our. centre," so-: clally, financially fand religiously., t^nd'. as we understand that ithere-i's a r�v distributionof the Cardston constfe uency going to take place,; we wantj our lines changed 'so that th'ey 'will be annexed'or will annex -ais, tor 'the' Cardston constituency instead*.oi!,Vth6| Macleod constituency. - s- for. the,people. o^^l^hVp'^ Mf/BUIingsley,'th6fn moved' a i'jCc"'^^) hks to Mr. Patterson foi) his prom-^, isod laid' and for lilsv'pregenc^ Aft�i a brief discussion on the Municipalities bill, led .by. Mr. Turner from Mac-' leod, the me�ting adjourned. -" TO LEARN HE DOES NOT KNOW, THE Gi W. CHARTER HAS BEEN RESCINDED > ' A. &, ' , ^ Ottawa, Foh. 11.-The old ^uestiohi;:; of the renewal of railway charters', came up before the railway:: comrnite^ tee this morning, when the Athasj^s-/ ca Northern railway; conipanv; as;^'dl.v for a renewal'. Hon. Frank Cochrane",'' Minister of Railway, thought > that' ' there should be a yearly -renewal l dft'r'f some provision to see that, company!' ies getting charters proceed with the"* !' z� work. �  . ( 7;�. -.^ Major - Currie strongly objected ',toj�V 1 U\J an act to incorporate Calgary, J3$rV if monton and Fort McMurriy railway;! /1v on the grounds that' it was going 1 '$$1 over'the exact territory of the Alber-�-3 V'^'jjf ta and Great Waterways railway, company," the' "line whose troubles; have resulted in litigation befdre^-tflef;k r $0 Canadian and Imperial courts: \ \ Jf-~f ,v#^ They had beaten the' Alberta_ gpVir-'y.-'^ ern'ment and were prepare*d now ."to{^ 130.00 �� 1 ' w f4 41 '18 1460 05 89 99 ;