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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ft vc- imported tux . There \vill be no fibun^.. musical accompaniments, no ings of foliage, but there will be^a x'j '^n.tly Mid make an eau^, Thursday, if ^ossir 6- so They wil march from Montreal to dttawa. and. will wear the above cos-tumea while on 'ihe march. The stoutness.of these garments should with-stand any kina ^^f "rough usage, and are .thlclc.,and warm. They are after a pattern of the "hiking" costumes of the American suffragettes,,but much more, serviceable. " '............... 11^ BREATHE FREELY! OPEN NOSTRILS STTJFEEi) HEAD^END CATARRH H.�">g�shBssYanlah�. i^^Sms- ot ^h^irik-. sootljlns re- �  - -cold-in-jiead or v neeaiesa. iS?^T�wTJWone^-."'" your faith-lust onc^ln '*ESa^prTft^MGeMfie.sii.an' CrMim Balm" aft^.yoW^wad � boSo of'^' Ws^eam'BalS'-.atJany arrh .wlU surely dlsam^.^^^, druK store ..ThK^wet^t^'fiwpTint bam Ag^ts, J. D. HlgifiMtftam. dissolves Ij IhBiireitiOr the,Jiostril3; Umted, ^ - 'Ely's' or cat-, Co. Si I3L mo ON^ STATION IN QUEBEC. CHARO. ^r' , ED WITH'dVER INDULGENCE " ' 'f IN BOOZE � ; . Quebec, March Jblfe^ne'captain an4 hiilf'*^ dozen'niea,'^,practiC|i'Uy' the. wSole alaffi- ot-^jne ^^jfil)i8/ftre'' stations, arp,^spen^ed, j^pendlngfan. inv^stiga-, tioii. condupfed. bj^ttie. municipal officials The^'are d�{ilged*'withTown gave their names .as ^Lilian W,lfc^x.-Dorothy Smith, I ^thlien , Pagfet,  Gertrude Vaughan, Whei You Get Riin I>bwii "-catch cold easily-and, dread. Instead of enjoying, the keen winter weathor-rthen you Aeed , NA-DRU-CO Tasteless Preparation of ;|,Qod Uver Oil \ '*Thls'�N3'Dru-Go\eoinpound embodiesthe -'�'vell-tnoi/n ni'tntr.'* ."nd curative-elements of "i'/Cod Llvgr jQlF'-Hypophosphites to build up the ^^S^^^iinci-'oi "Wlld'/Cherry to act on the ^'gii^gsj^a^fijrdnckfal^ul^^atid Extract of Malt. valuable nutriment digestive organs to *>^Once more it is rumored that ;the Kootenay-Gcolden branch bf^ the CP. R. in British CJolumbia is to ;be ;COm-pleted-in time' toJthe'oji'eni^^pt'the Panama: Canal, 'thus giyihgr;B^ bridge a through 'line ; -to "cfelievi coast.' When the C. P. R. program for 1913 was announced foKjthe,;'first htirae; In this city by the Herald, seiferal weeks a^Oi it was stated ithatr Boomer: rand I Hughes had received* the: contract, lot" 20 miles of the,road�.to he .built .this year. Kow come�-tthevreport that Burns sand Jordan,'also * of Spokane, had received the contract ior".the remaining, ea .miles,of .the;80;miles' uncompleted;: thus Ijfiking&up -the? gap,. ' It is the desire: of ithe' company to icomplete the road ithissfyeaTriisn^^ tal cost of the\v:cttlf^wiUJbd;,?3,300,- 000.' � � "� .^r' '-""*7'r-'-^ � It has been shown5time;.^and., again what the complefibri^'of/"this line would mean, to i LiBtl^brl^dgev i ilt ; w give a through fre�feht toutc to the coast from Winnipeg. :;'Wh3n-the bethr hridge-Weyburn line cgmpleted,. the route from. Winnipeg � - to?.Vancpuver will be shorter liy sevcrar hundred miles, andrthe freigli.t!i)^8sing� through Eethbridge will bei-doubledUn,Volume; ' riowever, the .C.T.R.:ha,6\,npt-yet abandoned the south freight route, and it is likely that,next'yearVan effort will be made^fto: extend the Crows Nest branch:>jir6pej! thi;DU^hto Pentioton, thus gfving. a , through route; to the coasb vejiyfi TnucK shorter than that aBordeSa l)y;f;.t^e Central cut oH. L^ihhridgyKwilJ;;?ithen without doubt be;on thc-'mairi'C, P. JR. freight route."M-. ; 'i :v ,: It is.: helieved >^atjBe| antfniince-ment of the company^'thrat'tho'^Tiitter line would be built ^'shortly^ would have a great effectf'bn tlfc: decisioii of the Dominion government as to the location of one or Its million bushel terminal elevators, here. ' v .Editor/ TheJiveithbridge Herald:; ':'^j:;: Sir,-I noticed.In a r�cent Isaue'ol' your, paper, licinotlng Mr. Buchanaii;s M.E^ on'thfe petitions he had received: *rom.me'i that GOiOOO. bushels 'fiai', been: threshed ;aloi)^'it,he pToposed line o� tOw C, N. R. jyiaryfiel4i branch^, itf^ incorrect, or a mlsprintj V.iThe spea-tlons which-you printed for me,-i.were sent ito every post office'and' .'store alongith'is::j)i>oposed Hne, :and:;^^^w^ they all came m and :wbicifattened and shipped, ito-:miar--ket totalled 3542, and hossi3926; 7N0W-you see' the C. N/ R. 'have .aijjarge .ii'eight offered them, :'^: M > if'-j'they; would make a move, or give', some; assurance of .building; yon :'wOu3^d' see rthis acreage three times asklairgp, and everything In the sameproportloni hut tou :can count on no'',inoreiland'/heing broken until a road:' is-putij through; and:;lf it Is not put;througii.j,SQDh.iPeo-ple:will move out Jtiat a? soon^aa their *re-emptlong;are^provieaiUp; ^ '' 'Many will "prove"'. next vfali.:-,and winter, and then the :exodu&.iwlU com- .mencfr.:^ � "�'^.............. " Trusting you will make, this c^'rrec-tion;'BO;;'that the peop^e/si^nlng^'sam?' may have.correct. Information;;!tam; Sincerely, - . ... ..-.......'J,.....,,,'..i, � Maslnasin;-.�.v;>':''i;r'4yjn9f*';ftja:v;K [ t^e^^home!" . "It; Is-against religion." "If/aneans.free love," whereas. It -Is onlyJa movement for government ownership of pnbllc utilities, such as rall^' roads;;, -telegraphs, telephones, coal mines;'"e�c., and has nothing at all to dfb with]anyone's:religion. - �^j^ustralfa,* under a government own; ^r'shlp: system, pays much higher wag-.dS'than'th^Xinitea' States or Canada,' and, has the eight-hour -system'-and-alsovhas a.very.Iow accident record tor." jthe: number of passengers trav-^ elllngi-vtouch less than; one-third-, of i);heA Canadian rate, and . less: than a fifth of ;th'af of the .States. - lu Canada and in'the States �.wfe'bu'lid'the'roads oV;furnish lafid and money enough to doJt, s'om^ times five:,iimes over, and' then we do not own !the roads, hut .1 ifi the _ _ rare flavpr ''aii(i;:the sustdiriing |jili|ies of Kellogf I Corn & have made, it the favorite cereal of the people of North America Look for tbis ^'�sign|tur?^^;pri^ they ai-e-own�tt by 'a.'feW>mllllonalreB, and; In tmanyi'oases 'they .doj,n6t evfu; �have to-pay: taxes ;,gu the. property,, �Which, we gav^: them. .-: .�";:'* ''' � 'in a recent Con'p-'esslonai � ihvestl.'' :gatl(5n; as 'to -the roH-hery* of the feovs ernifferit of the United StaLt�a'by the Steel 'Trust, the evidence was pro^l .duced^^a.,s'fio.w that-,"^whlle the armOur; plate-really icostiless than |80.00 per ton, theVgovernment, \Yas>:forced to' pay fromi'$580.00 'to' $716.tf0. per'i-tte,'-' whllfe; lat'ttief:aarfi4'^tHne; th$; trust '*a^ fUTnlshl'ng the Ruaalan :''gOT6rnm^t: with the same .armouV plate fpr-fa'lltr:. tie more than $200'per ton. ' � ''k:^.T)erffe,.. '^V*^ -What ,'F6r.?'r-; .which:-''the 0>fALD, y.  WANT A'';UiyiNG'VVAQe iTVv . Calgary, March 12.-r--TH^ istroet. rall. " 'eARTHQuT&^WTT' ' v^r "-"dREAt'-'DAIVIAQe,, :.�; jiljifemal&pt^ll^"^^ ta�tf#lSr|r|itoa|^iyier^^ M tu/4^stfer^ feedti'ih of-tlie'Republic, [i&hei*^;ii;':8sve^ stfesed the tp^v�t^^|t:;:CuiJa^^ '!} -What Fbr'" -wmcn -tne .ioru�T-j wer4 wldespresa. tad werV dlstl^^^^^ Globe calls "one of tlie mbsD bt^TlUi.^ f^lt^ft fGuatfimala City;, 'Thprfe was^ books ^on war In the' Btiglish ifengl' -grSal loss of life in Cullapa. 7 ^ mm IS fehlcAr*ppalt; !?'a*hlB Is; particularly true StiSpclali'sini'� anb ;rellglon:.and evdlutld.^,'^,at!4.;8,ljbj^cts,' -like ' these,- about' wh|lJ-v^hoBe'i#/ffi''tuJ;^jJ9J|pfll^il at the'washtuh-wth read' a-llne on tUe^su-bjl . -.Thl?^Is; the,m