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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thm-sflay, March 13, 1913 THE I.ETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 r \ NEW riOVKRX.^rEXT AT WASHWiTOX President Wllscin, Vice President Marshall, Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan, and other more important members of the Wilson cabinet. Franklin Lane, Secretary of the Interior ia Canadian born. He is a native of Nova Scotia, but has practised law in Callfornlo for some years. Arc you one of those to whom every meal is another source of .,suffr;vlng ? Nn.Dim7Co DyspepsiaTablela ViU help your disordered stomach to digaal any reasonable meals, and will soon restore it to such perfect con-�dition that you'll never feel that you have a stomach. Take one after each meat. 50c. a Box at your Druggist's. Made 'oy the Nalloi'.al Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, LllT'.ilrtd. � �  150 Borden Will Attempt to Force Through an Amendment to Rules Ottawii, March 12.-'I'lic iuivodue-ilioii of an auicnilinont; to Uiu rules ot (tbc hoiis?, the elliect o� which will 1)ring into effect some form of closure, Jt is said loniglit, will be the ^iioft.^phase of tlic fight to l)reak.lU? Jiarlianwritary (leaiHocl; over the u'lv-iil proposals of tlic government. The anemljcrs of thp cabin?t, who wen- not in the house anil the front beaches, �well vr-rsed in the knowledge of tlic Saw,, were in conference this aflcr-'twofl, and after the couleroncn was jtiv.er, the report becanio general tliat on Thursday fonnal notice would be given of the intention ot the government to introducf an amendment to ithe ri:lcs. "t''-c explanation' is that as two (flays' notice is ru luiretl for considcr- Sition of the proposed culc it ^yill lot be lakon*'-!)!'! jii'iitii M(in(Jay, !br at ihc earliest on Saturday. A niiius.ter of the crown, when [questioned in rogat'd to tlic report, 'rheas, Forks, Shovels, etc. 20 Head Work Horses 10' Head of Colts, 2 and 3 year 8 Head, of Cows [old. 11 Brood Sows. 1 Boar 9. Shoats ' 1 John Deere Sulky plow with .breaker bottom. 1 Gang flow . ' ' .1 14-ln, Walking Break Plow. 1 6 ft, Decring Bfnder. 1 Emmerson mower, new last year New Towns Springing Up Along the Edmonton-Dun-vegan Line Edmonton, March 12.-One hundred and seventy miles of steel will be laid this season on the Edmonton, Dunvegan & British Columbia railway, if the expectations of.J. D. Mc-Arthur, contxactor, are realized. The rail'head now is opposite the town of Sunuiebehd, 70 miles north of Edmonton. This 'stretch will be ballasted at once. Tbc company lias made,';ar-rangements for three gravel deposits and, will distribute .gravel-ajong. the' fines of the newest railroads in; the province o-f Alberta.  .>  ' Contracts tor .170 inlles of grade have been awarded and the work of .clearing the rightof way is proceeding rapidly so that as soon as the spring opens up the steam shovels will be In operation daily, witli >the steel gang following not far behind. The change in the country through" which the road passes bus �be.sri remarkable, and "would not ba 'believed-it. told in a country where railway huildlng is not looked upon as only another link in tJio deveiopni-en't of a iiation. Where a few months ago nothing but a wide expanse of territory, covered with timber and brush was to be seen with an occasional bome^ Pleader's shack, tliere is now a scene of great activity, towns are springing up rapidly and the country is dotted with buildings, ranging from ahe Imrnblo -shack 'to substantial farm^ houses, Arrangenrents are under, ivay to build a town,at Westlock. More than a million feet of lumber is in readiness for the building season. Large piles of stone, for foundation purposes are to b'c seen and it-Is a dally oceurronce to witness the removal of a complete house from, Ed-Eoii or one of the other little counary ,places to the railway line. A-visit to the territory thi-ough which the steel passes 'reveals the fact that only optimism prevails. The people have CcnHdence In thoir couti-I'lry and are.shov/lng that by develpp-i'.ag. their farms along systemafic lines and -building villages, and towns which 'they have no doubt -will In tlie �course of a tow years'develop'Into hrlvlng cities. ' . session 'Vise Harm � Washington, D.C.','March 13.-Within' the next tew days. President Wilson will issue a proclamation calling upon Congress to convene in extra ses-slon, probably April 1 or 2, to revise the tariff downward. This agi'eement was reached after Chairman Under-�wood assured the president that the Ways and Means committee would be prepared to complete the terlff programme before the Democratic caucus on April!. The low tariff men, now in a majority on the committee', are determined -the bill shall be drastic; without respect to protection theories.^ If they stand'their gi-dund and carry out their agreement, their income 'tax may be invoked to raise about $200,000,000 annually, to replace any de-flcit caused by reduction In thetariff. To do this, the proposed tax of one per. cent, on incomes may be increased t;o two per cent, or more, and the tax may be assessed pro rata, taxing large incomes proportionately more than small ones. The low tariff men have agreed that tlie country might as Tv.ell now as later g6t real tariff for revenue only, and that the business men_ must ac-jcept an entirely new. staiidarfl. The low 'tariff men are convinced that only two classes of business -need protection in this country: 1. Those concerns which are mismanaged or are econoniioally unne-,c6ssary for the good of the whole people-. 2. Combinations which must lieep prices high in order to pay dii'ldends on the watered stock. The low tariff men loolt on these concferns as malignant growths and frankly declare that i.the sooner the country is rid o fthem, and the money and men employed by them diverted to other sources the better, LLENT mm p E CONGER -TODAY- MISS lOUiSE ELLIOTTE THE STARLAND "JVlisS-TIilRY, . > IN HER BROTHERS CLOTHES *She^s tk Rage of the Cily' Hear Her Sing Tonight "PUT YOUR GLAD RAGS ON AND COME WITH ME." '..... � ALSO TODAY � , I AN ALL FEATURE PHOTO,-PLAY PROGRAM; iNCUUDING ! "The Vengeance of Egypt" \ ' \(3 REELS OF EXCITEMENT)' ' ! IRISH ENTERTAINMENT IN KNOX CHURCH PLEASED AUDI-ENCE-MR. MORROW'S " LECTURE THREE NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE TO-NIGHT The Oliver J. Eckhardt Stock Co. PRESENTING "WAY DOWN EAST'' CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLY CURTAIN RISES AT 8.16 POPULAR PRICES Seats on Sale at the Box Office EVERYTHING ON THE FARM MUST GO , TERMS,OF SALE-AH-sums.of JIO.OO and uivder ^ash. oA-er that "ani'dunl Approved Joint Notes, payable Oatgljfir Isii, "'In-tarost at"8 Per certt � 7. l.i -.i ' ^ terestaf'S per cent. �A., H. KNIGHT, OWNER PHONE rt'uRAL 106 MenthoJ is how $38 .a pound.  Recently lt:was.only $3.. The supply is "cornered." , :, . v ; Swedish -rallroadB-, have decidedv,.*" adopt flashlights. in. tlio siguaUng r tern. - The entertainment in Knox church ast night was very well attended, and a program of exceedingly high merit was rendered. Dr. Morrow's lecture -Nvas worth going a long way to hear, and the music was delightfully executed. The solos were all Irish and were illustrated hy colored slides. Rev.. A. G.' Cameron acted as chaipian.. ITpilowing is tho pto-grain : � '  The pho-toplay program; for'tonifebt: )s excellent, the fealure -Kelng"^ an' am'ftzine mystery story, "The 'Ycai'. Bijou Theatre THE FAVORITE HOME OF � AMUSEMENT , TONIGHT, A STELLAR PROGRAM OF INTEREST, EDUCATION AND HUMOR. Special for Friday and Saturday "The Vintage of Fate" A STRONG DRAMATIC PRO-vi DUCTION THAT WILL SET-YOU, THINKING Prices; 1Sc and 10c; Boxes 26c. Matinee Sat., Children' 5o. i3' -.-^- geanoe of Egypt." Numerous ^greflit-'; comedies compl'Otg the* bill. - "i' Special mention is being made oti the splendid atjtractlons, "The M^%'fc, sage on the Coooanut," and .'!Tole,tgif'|t$ Resurrection," both oi whloh wlil--l)�i shown next week. . ' j Mesa Verde � park ruins, .Colorado;! are to be made accessible-to tourist*; by roads soon to be constructed.-ti''/', TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDAYiM-Take LAXATIVE BROMO , QulnltipV: Tablets. � Druggists refund money.'if. i it falls to cure. B. W. ; GROVE'Ej;/ signature on each box. 25o. --:-:---'� �'l. I FOR SALE ; On sixth Street. South, .near ,f; car barns, one two-storey h6use,:.i eight rooms, fully modern, j bright and up to date. '  .-$3,500-Small Cash: Payrn'ont. Will Handle - l\ --For particulars apply tof--^r f'" C. C. Pagnuelo Co, PHONE 543 k ' " WE, ,H.AVE A WELL-LpCAT-,.; ED. STORE IN THIS'; CITY;'. 'Which we can . offer yoic - for' $4700; ,$1500 cash,, balance easy ^ The ' Dowsley - MuLliarn^ Land Co. Sherlock BlOg. 71UjS ^' 53 61 3920308862 7099 ;