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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tET^HBRlDGE T^EEKLY HERALD Page 3 Last Times To-day ^Wottls Fail to Describe It ^ " � See it TflfclJiy oi- You Miss Your Last'Chiuiec NEXTMOXDAY :~: Miss Lbiiise Elliott, In Hfir Brotbei-'s Clotlicy'^^ m mm discuss railway needs of wes Bill Referring to C.N.R. Lines to Calgary and LetKbridge K Precipitated a Lengthy ' N Debate Morris Theatre >,Pantfig�8}|^a^d[eyitIe . "la G^ACIOSA" 8pl�idid,- Spectacular Novelty->-"vi�)one in Fairyland" ''bONITA'''ASSISTED bV ^'-V^'JACK:0HIPP1N billy'fe'liUOTT'"and G'RIM HARRY^-tVorShadeB of Cork ' 5''*Tliis>^-&cerrfed." I'-' '.^ ' i V Great Irish Night at the Majestteiv . " ,^WT�at'wui.,proba;b3y-ibi''th6� beat sakah'J. Stuakt; R.P.D. No. 2, � ' �'\^JBwl6/Elmo, Mo.-' ^ m Af the 'Morills Judging by the ^cafiacl'ty'^''(iciusosi last night, Pantage's VaudevlHe has' made a decided Impression Mn Xeth-brldge, and will BO 'doubt, be looked forward to with'keener, dntip a very clever actor, a'ni'iB'r'^PPortefti by a splendid ^company/-ftr^arr-aijn' Atima, flexlble^eq�ilibrls|s;;Beeniett to' be- composed � of in'dlk-'-rubber'j'atl^er than humanvflea 1^ and ibp:p.ft;;t}i�,'\5j.ar6 extremely clever^�:and'4hel|j.:aqti;|s novel one. "Donlta-," Wfthe(OlitW)iBls|.' ;all right, and woh-gre^i-applaU^tf" fori liai'- tuTH, Billy �Klliot^t-ianafrQrimm; Harry, in "Two Shades'of'Obr^i" *pW* vided a large amount;.of iwh'olesdtae m'rth, *' , _ V Altogether, .the-: prolrammevjs: all th^at -could be' desired. and ftboae,%',bi> did hoji-gefrithe aPtiortuiiUy*^ show'last nlghttshould''do so^ionlgW".! ; Book.yourKBe^ts earljr, B&.:as''ito-"b6 sure, of getting them'j ^, i-^-, .'ti littl D~ay ;of,.>T^e'*'*ii�la;'M*d^e'f';*f '- - "^-^ -Starlartd-*-'-v-'W^^.w* t- Today will. witneirs. the^ last shoW'' I inga -at Starlandv^o'r!" tlift' phenomenal featnre'.'The.-Maspacre.'^/whiclj.tD'aayi^ the': JeaBt,,.iB' the: moat' slSlPje^.^ou^' achievement since the;;begjn.nlhg: btj! motion pictures, I ;,Sv^^.^^ people participate-In: tho.aalion of th?' play.j embracing wl^ole-''regIments-i ojE, cavalry;/hordes- of rear-Iiirtianajiihun-' dreda' ofI'floidiCTB, iud-"cQttntle^^^ �numaries.: � The plof�. la'^'oxtVefflaiy *ex-. citing, whilst -the vaviousi^i.-locattonS; serving/ aa ;'.tlie :naturai-!.Bceiie.r�,.aud background for the action .areASuperb., To Bum uPj;, o.f^'on^ Sfe^AfiMlt markablc;accidents that?jav6r:occurr-^ ed. . .Th�. vlewB will be shown on: Wed-.inetid j^y and =. Thursday^ - and ghould' be. Been by every one. The programme for tl;e mld-wjbek;!^^ an'-exci^nent one, E^d^ ,lho|udea a t�ap'ltal cpmedy in 'whl9b:lour|'oIds-;lii!lend')*J'!Jofin:::Buuny,''. 'ejfc^ls, en(l(;lea''{Tbe'Tlnoe Blacii :8f8:B,('.f.TohlgHt P^t^^'a Weekly, nl-iW.Arj)''R::}ht?tfe,s|^B;: iBdltyiW^'.ftjpowien'tul.'Indian--drama, and two,capital^cbfliedJe'fi'-^jpmpJete a per-tormanceawpUsworthi^eeiiig, vPrlcoa,-16 and:lO' centJs;''boxea,';2B cents; :ma1^ Inees, Saturday only, ohildren; 5 cents. NEW PAPAL GUARDS* Rome, rMaroh S.^Poiss ;IJlli8\ fo'Say anointed touiteen noble ^guards, TlUe appointments were mftde-.Jn, apoord- not be though't to be exaggerating H anyone weifb to characterize it  in its actual defects. I would urge that somerstips fie taken to restrict this unwarranted exploitation or compeU-ing" tiie railroad when they have pre-cijijtpd certain districts to build, and .if ''th6v!,'doni.'!t;.,l)Uild, wipe out tlicir cbar^fsland give'the competitors a cliance," The. Injunction Man (W. A. P. Report). -j^ B Bennot, of 'Calgary, aaid Ottaw^a, March 3.-The house spent that there was a very great difficulty all .ifteruoon and until 10 o'clock on in the apparent remedy which Mr. private bili.9, mo.sl of llie time bcme Oliver auggeated. Securities were taken up with, a hill authonzitip; ne^y , frequently aoid in anticipation of con- atruction. He thought that there would yet have to be some method o� a JolTit action worked out bet^veen the Dominion^;and Provincial government. Aa to the general' aubject of dlscu"3-chartera. It was ejon he, cited" tljie case of Calgary, railroads secured -where both ItheG.T.P. and C.N.R. were C. N. .U. .branch lines jii Alberta and Saskatchewan. 'Ihe bill developed in-! to .a field,day for the western members.! and there was considerable cri-r tioism of the_ methods of the wholesale granting of claimed that the chBttets merely to prcrcmpt distucts to build in and had had their bonds ana later made no efforts to build the- guaranteed by Alberta, but had de-lines. �This was a hardship to the fkuued twice^nd neither road was in settlers.; W. B. .Knowles, of Mooso the:city,-..Calgary, he Bald, had waited ^V^l'"; two ye^rS beyond the time wiien these ifi, and Mr. .Bennett all,..protested .^^^^^ ^^^^^^ have been completed Into Ugamst the present/methods ol grant-Y^j,^ ^jj^- � iug charters With'the private bills out of the Perfection in hoto Play bijou theatre FiiCst and oremoat Pathe's Weekly of World's Current Events To-night Heredity A strong Indian drama So Near Yet So Far and His Lerdship ihe Vafet Two good Comedies Wednesday and Thursday John Bunny, the favorite comedian, in a screaming comedy, " Three Black Bags " SPECIAL FEATURE:-PHOTOGRAPHIC/VIEWS OF THEvHBNMftSON AUT0:ACCIDENT, WHEf?^:^;^ CAR FALLS 50 FEET, SHOWING CLE/aa!work.d o^^ 5^� ^r- Bert Ande�on of this place, met ting, wi^ possibilities of an aU n.ght -H^^^^^t^w^^^^^^^^ The pl^inclpal" question tonight was- '^f.^p^^ railways were getting the comparative Biahop Barker offloiatlug. In^ torment , waa' made 'In the 'Magrath' public cemetery,'� - Mr, John H-:!A!nderBoni.;of Raymondi was a buslhcM viBltor to Magrath on Friday, Thetmaaquertde � bail^^^^ Eleptric: theatre: laat;' ?*lday_: evening,' �was . mtost ''�sticooaafui;  J AV&iety Of �ohai;acfOTB.:^were'_ Topr^^ , ball' 'preae'htiid ,'a ''very: /jbrilllaht sc^nia.; [Mr.?Ai-;!^as^ey?a^^^^ 'Sheltan; �wpn !the,fp^^ Mr. Gua Neldlg, the popular Leth-brldge cqaturderiiand^^ ley came a Wos^^eetoon^ :were \ J, J:,' Athfirton,: 'R..W. BradBhaw; aiidMf a. Dudley and ; The;exeeuyve of tW metrbh !-S�Lturday. evenlng:^!^^^^^^ cll; chainbera and! forniulated, definite plana for tlie'annualiballi': �Tiip!;eyent' has VlOTg:'been; o fair':86cfally and the ^ commltteea in-oiiargeSare'fd^termlne^^^ try.- ire �aid that many aettlera .W^. wiaTa-i^nVraVmixup 'and^the goVern- wifw a VmL^oTuS^^^ SPanics- in all reports of Canada, but , - � ........,. 'particularly in Western -Canada, of the mlnlBter. tcfindsome way of penal-�Securiiig-cliarteris for railways which' I^'ng orrPUhlsW^^ :they have bilf the ren-wtest Idea of ; Sir. Tudff-iof ,Aa�lniboia, commend-^ liuildihg, reached -tlie subject of ' a .ed the work of the railway committee I dlsciissiOn respecting the Canadian and ita chalrmftaithla;year, saying that I'Northern railway, promoted by � Mr. Uehid nevei'-Bpe.n a more mdepend-�Sharpo ot North Ontario. The bill ent ^plribahown.v; He thought It might rgropoiics i'to empower � the'Canadian .b^.a.g.obdpractic.eBOmetimes to can-r Northern ^railway: to construct arhOng- 'eel a. cha,rterana-'let-another railway .otlier-.line.s,':one'irom Humboldt to, go ahead,, ,He,:,-ln8tan'ced the caae of Calgary,, and- another from - Maryfteld -.one -railway -ACompanK, in. hla. conatit-to Lethbndge. :k -,.-:: :Uency whloh'/forT^yearah^d been pur- Mr! Knowles, of Moose Jaw, tBoIt' suing'the mbat-l/laggravating policy" -strong objectionv.to the i^ill bti" Utj- grading t^o:,'.orr-,three:, mllea a yeaiv jhalf ot-^bis;constituents, stating;' that almply;�oJhold'*bir.toMt8.ioharter-a'and .it had been-'proposed ; vto � -run .near: :keep'.competltorB^'()Utj;^^^^, ; .. - ,  � Enough to Moosei Jaw-,tb -do the!towH,-!. Mr,rMo,Cran'eyf,?'Sas'jtaioon,. suggeat-considerable harm and: yet noti.comO ed a* .conferance.,":iwltid.'"ftie provincial .into :J.t.,; .Both .'.he and Mr. Turifl..'o!! government, in;o.r^dfeij'tpjiyrrlve.at aome 'A^aimhoia, ^procee.dcd.,to, ;'poittt.^';q.ut./a>rangements ,thw!^^^ �strongly the  bod-' condition of. affairs.' -mont-wouldv havei-ijcptoUiBive rights to !:whi'cb cp'ttld be.l)^^^^^ '^ractice'of a railway: building:'closD; ;al8 be..regai;ded as/loca!? -road^ for to a-town.butnot. entering it; and* the pr.ovince.^ ,:':'';:. ^he minister : of-'-railways :strongly,,i: Ex-Mlnftter ' , . sympatliized:rwitli;tlieml:andj;proposed: ! n^aW^i^-^ici^i M,',f tliat.,,tiiev-should-put^ their ::preaent.,,?*''^-!-?^ Graham. ;h^d that the .complaints m Avritmg to be Mir^.^'^^f.^^^''^^?^^^^ - f� . . . .'.'injne-tentlj'B of. the i:atJ,yAyB in Canada ted to the railway commissionTr---t, Depopulating: Country .was:the federal government^ and^oon-' tended that - even  ;the.:*>miHor branch by Mr, C. Jenaen, late president of the Bamoan Miaaion, on "Samoa and ita people." A collection will be taken. Reports from the foreign miaalons show that the Magrath elders are do-' ing eseellent work In their varJo\i6 fields. In a letter to his -parents, Bider Joseph Alston, statea that he liaa been cboaen president of the Loulaianna conference ot the Central States Miaaion. The weather aeema to have taken a turn for the better, the cold snap being broken laat Saturday when a balmy Chinook swept over the country, bi'ing-ing-with It the true atmosphere of Spring. The farmeJ"a now feel sure that spring la not far off and are be-Btirrtng themBelves in preparation for the commencement of work. The past winter has been very-favorable to the' farmer. There baa be^n: lots of snow; iarid throulgh the influoriqe of the Chinook, the greater-portion of It has gone into the aoH. "A peculiar ,n^^�' oV^'^n f�*"r ^"tl^^^^^Sfi' ,also Hies Were of importance in thla ras-d^cSi^^'' SV^'m^'^ j^^^ "^^'^ was ho� a line today ^f^1r^^*i^WVf'i^ a part:^�?through trat i.eopl^:.>^oidd,^have;^oafeavcithe^ * wheat In thp west "There has grown up'an eVilwhich'^.T^'!'!?^ ratea'which could patliainent' sholildi-adjil^t,'siid. iib^ iFrank. OllveEV'.'Jiti:>is^^the custom-dt-J'^*^^'?^�:' 'Sft*?:It:,Tyas:::difflqult the. railways of today to. come asking, �toe.,at ateam roads .to,, permission to build a certam section" '"^ �' progress that was of .road....People: gbi-bh?:isettiingi ''oi^r �VS*'*^'^^^^ In,application-:o^the elec-;. pecting:the.promise .V of'' tVie':railwayij-^^^^^ .company, wUl.^e..made.,good, but-. in>.'!..- . Too High per Mile' .. ' many cases the railway has not the: ." Mr;,Turlff objected to 'the clause silglitest intentibn ot bmlding. They which gave the oompanlea authority to ask- ttiD- rjghf to build 'in-brdei; ,-1k>'' issue' securities io the vilue of fiO,-keeji other companies pUt-'of'-thesaec?fi.QOO''a;mHe-'on the-pralrie8,!'-> .v..'.^ tidn, and the settlers^� are. Idt-_hppe;-1 Ur. Nelly thought this; -point waa " " � �un!juBt aecur- ______ ____- , , ;i^ba^lbr,HtWs-'amountAWhenttlie cruel m the last degree and'it-would' could be built for sixteen, to twenty - ' '_, ^ �' '> '' Ihoueand a mile. . It wa^ the, duty of the minister to guard^the; publlo In '...this respect. . 'J \ , ' '.'''^�;b. !a..Lancaater;sald;,th.at V^�?htly or ;"':wrongly, the minimum, �waa,. $85,000. ;"i;'-Tli'b.debate: was continued. Dr. ,Mc-� Njaely ,of Humboldt,-'apeakfng^at leng.th; t!-wiStoilii^ chai�ctier5ibfe?i:-r5:a Famous f'Pmt of Cough Syrup" Recipe . No Bcttci* Bemcdy n t Any Price, v , FuUy,Gnar;i]jteed. . Make a plain syrup by mlJ^lnK two. clips;- water.and atlr for.^wo nUnutes.' Put:8ij|;' ounces,'of pure�i?infex,';mnlne ot- �wheajSf aample'/mar-enough............................ � AT MOOSE Jl .................... /Moose Jiw, .>rarch-3.-The^-arain ' The efftetlvan^8Bo'f'tlili'fit'ffiplar'r4nfaajrA'^eomjnl�8ion sat her� ^o^^ay^ and dials WprlVK,"itiseems to''tako'hoid*in-*-Vu8aed the Qonditlona^rejaang to the 'r, ,Bnd^wm;usuaijy('atoiri Ont ratine Your'arusslatthaB HoaJc.^cow'wIJIijj.J ' e +i,, Wnwrinw-hntnl dt K�titfor rj It Sot; �eni to rhp Pin��'Pui'-H � �' ^^'^'^" Vom^^^fW ��" " 'or r > It not; *eqi to rhp Finif .puit-nj c ing innovations made this year, details of'wWoh--will'-appearilater.'i;Tbe ball' will gbod,-prbgram. haa been arranged includlngia^leoture: #'''!-:!r!'^s'i';fc-:'!JVVi>^- ' -��--^"--i-- Speciallyfbr Coughs iiiliSBiiB^^ �'5nVwbipW'thanks to itim escell and:religioua.'fcadvantages^'.'ara preparing ,1;b move:their.;faniil(eB?:,i^^^ the farm! Thla always |ireljid�is',i spring;,-and the.s^ every :handivesipebIaltethei;appaaj�nS�ti! of the gophers, indicate the ushering ."in of that',inbat!'welbb)^^^^ season, /.mM;m:0kW!Sm' ,..� Now that the,dat^a/fpr.the;,^^ fair,shave;been 'fixed: tor An!igu8't>:2 thrdugh the influence - .^^^.-^--j^,^-^ gates,,B. Matkin and B- JenBMi,ta-the''Bdmontonconventibn,i:aoti,x,e:iiP.laM are being ln8tltuted'forj.the'exhibiUon,i The first gratifying news/was recelv^ when .the Peroheron^fooi'ety ,Ofi Api; Edmonton, March 3.-Ov�f f7b,^tho foWn.'^.Vhich .r.-D4US%e.M^^;d^r^^^ -bitting^ a- by8tander.'wlien^>j|^ 'the 8tfrea"t8;''did'M'=apgea^^ when'.the, caie , cake afupjiVefbre^ Biradloy,* Jus-tibe- of tji�,'^Plac^^^"*-i:oii;;th�iadvice:nf;,hli58blioiti^ 'CaffPey,;' UpslicailbnX�:S thbeolicitbr ib!er4l^^^^^^ .orica, in an offloiaH Communication-to'-ilaf Secretary.-'Maikin, announced.a'splen-* y^; did liBt pf! prizes .'add ,med5ilBft)r P^h oheron. horsBB. 'vMagrath holds^ the proud'idlBtinotlon of-being onfe, of th^ eight ^xblbit'lona in Canada, at whiph the Pefcheron.Society offeripromlumS -arid'is an evidence.'of ,itB*,impd^tanoq. aa'a horse breeding cedtrei im Sputh-^ e'rnL Alberta.  f, ' '^t . The -Magrath' fair will' be 'bigger.-and-better' thati 'ever., I^fie copy for Jtlfe prize liaia wllLaoon be to tl^e'hkndsJ of ^he^Job department of,the-Pipneer,l and will be widely distributed, at jar early date. " ^'^ " i waB-'-acung-aBK ro^-if in ,^'.oonnectlpn| 'SfaffoirdrVho waB'-fe -ary ' qhlef,, o^'.^VO^S, ^.mj., from MayoriLa-wrenjCe, hasjl "Htf, ffeing given ?800,-|whlle;r '^table.Ta^ham, '^rhb^ ^ap-ifditltr 'the council; has: be^n-{yedni .Th�re seemij to-be -fti-cpnt,' ^'tstweeff^'the' council .and-^*** the> ,pi'ovl"n6ial' JtAt�oTn>y-Q�n| ,.w�lt�B'xc%d>6'ver.'!th^.,wh%> 'and 'itslB^freely alleged, that laens. a're'fln league-'Wlty-�,tli car barnsy , , eight ro6ms, Fc^m 6n.S#^sWetVi 'mm IIP 'onf^q>,thb. 'floor 'Piy^ip^^ se^ate^an^ [.^gUqdi^ l||Sla ,to the -state>ffl.�M|Wi u ,the'floor i'o�yjiiy35r8^at^an" ''*^ialrs;'''�5efiaKoi=q%^P m MM .:-Sl4-��i'^'^';,�ft^:v;V'''K**?.�<^l' Two lovel Ipt 89 ;