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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Api^i2, ma KlTiVA LLi � �E Tixi'oi .Speech Urging That %ta's Great Resource be ^^Sfe'cufed for Alberta thlp g�B. At Bo;*r islStfa iti toy constituency they hftv^ v?*X ApbaWy the greatest ho-w ot'ttatiiral. gas to be fo\ind in all Western .tJaaidl^; There Is tl)e possibility thttt*ttiat ttfwn will becpme a great industrial cehtre. You will probably rememljet,, SJr. an ar- Because He No LoAtliri Suffers With Headacne^t ^ ^ TA.Yi.oKvir,r,iSjiQ> "I was a sufferer from Fea):;|ttl:Mi a�h�a for ovfcr twp y*ar�. Sotnejijw* resolii- !ThelBpeechof iMr. W. A. Buchanan, M;B;.^- � .  . >fr. Buchan^ni , I,v-Hn8 th^' government received petitjonsvand resolution from bqards of trade-and municipal councils of Alberta, asking that the piping of nat* v.ral � gas-, PowiPiQn,; has the power to: prohnjlt "the"-exportation of natural gas :outpf,^Alberta? '. .;' , a.... .Jf so,.; does the government fa-tend.takfng;aotSonto meet the praye*-of thesfr petltljana and resolutions? Mr, Ooflepj-'e: 1. No'fiUcU petitions or tlons have been Veciflved. : a. ->Under -ithe; provlsi^ the Eleetriclty,an4;. lauJd-BxportatJoa'sct fohaijterii 19075; the governprtfin counoll lias .p(w�> to regulate op- prohibit� th&vexiportatlonV of natural: gas " ' Aasiyered by No. 1. .The Teasopj'il-JbrljBg tbla'matter before the house "today, Is to Impresia upon ;the, gpYernment,.if I can;, the lj�po|t^nbe of'protecting the natural' gas fields tn.Xlberta and of limiting ItB^exploltatlop, as^muoh as potislble to Its present varea. V Efforts j'hpiv# 'been, made recentjy by oertalnjioona-panles towards i;. piping gas >; fromt eoutu.er,ft,A\l^it%to.�oi^f jof ttesi^ in sputhern Saskatchewan, and,,alB0ii to Winnipeg:;' As,"a result of tb� Dioveraentii),>th�t direction; anagi-tatrpn^liaB' conimenoea' la the �eltysof ^edidne^^ljaSf;: androtherri; adjolnta cori^^pt}n}tl^^ served by natural gap, to prevent the exportation oi natural^ gas lout 9t'A^,ert�. .. ,'As?tUoso.^hQ"!hftYe-traTeledv'thEough;  IW^SterU'^'Canada-jicnow; 'Mediolne�^H^ i;lS;s;belngi;di^y;^|w?4\;:into;J.onei,of:s the; TOOT^'importani Industrial centres Vast ot tbtfsreat lakes,'as.^b^Vresult fjti '6is>'fljl4? \l^$t year/flo leaS pinj elghCepiifeco^cerns'rw es|a|^llsbed|vJ^;^hf;cItyj;:i^�;M:edlollie; JJsi^or>;;hji%�)mi�to�.MXSvag�to wt{h,the Mi f6;'.e?^ta|)llfh, lK�i�trJeB ither^, ,du| my? Headaches were easier-and in a!neeV: they left me. ' - V V After I bad taken a box of' thesfr; tablets, my headaches were quite ciit^di: My appetite was always poor, j^jjd my stomach bad-and now my appetite js' splendid and my digestion excellent.' I had become thin aiid weak fiom the constant Headaches but now ijQt'Only have I been cured of all thesejiwfnl Headaches, but my strength 14 jjfcjwmSi up once more and I feel like R�e*vman-BERT dORNiJIL; Take "Bruit-a-tives". soc abok, 6 for |2,59-trial size, sfc. At de�l�rs or from Fruit-a-tives I/imited, Ottawa; question of natural gas: and the pos- thus has a much higher efflefenoy Bible duration of the supply, to look than producer gas. at the records in epme �states of the He further .eays: American Republic: Tvhere-natural gas It is Impossible accurately to esti-: Has been of great value.Iniindustrlal, mate the amount or the futuii^'life of development. 11 flhould'iike to point natural gas, but it is certain. ;to be out the record in the state of Indl- short. According to Day it cannot be ana. It is only a"f;9W.yearB*a(j;!>;�lnce expected that It will last fofiTnoro one company,'which was Incorporated than 25-years. , :-Jn: that'.�t^t� to su^>ply gagoertain Day is an, authorityi on nat'oribgas pUlea in Indiana,i,bftdf to abandon its aud one ^of"" the officials of ^the-'xyhlted wells and to develop 'artlf,ut,:ltB- fran- That^fhe supply-of: natural fgaS'Will cjiise; .The record|s.Qf'''!t|iM.:atR^^^ not .lastviiopg-ls: sbownSBy.-.thel-faof that the gas supply has diminished that tlie older wells have beeia ex-very rapidly durl;!ig:;r,eoj>nt.ye�rs. It hateted and ;othersi:.'are .yl|iaii5g?^'-R Is In order: to �pTe.Yent\(>ucfi,;� possi- dlminishlrig flpw. Not ^onlyfe(#%^ faiilty la Alberti that^f ^U'ng the go, ibut wholatdistricts have ib'eei-prac-attenUon pf:thB!h.':'*,. : prodUift^d tl^a Of o�f� oontry In whlctfj'naturBl gii4\AeIds exist that these flelda should be vjiroteoted. And, "as I have said, thejpeople of thq oonstltuenfcy of Jtfe^jlolne Hat are,not selilsh fn this Regard, but thpy believe that ^ature ha9\given them-a'great asset m this Kfttdral gas and they are desir(Lg of protecting th^ asset, and they rwish. to..impre*s. upon the govornmenCj the grealt imp'oTtaiice *of the matter.i!^ It has' been strongly, urged that in*us-jbrJIS' should be dstahlisbed In Wei^t-epiiK'Canada to meet some of tha lirl^vances of the people in that coun-teyi. In this .resp|ict the supply of wlural gas^hasiboen of great value B^Aftuse It hag enabled manufacturers tpi.'^ome Into the-Ivost and establish I^VlotrleB there, because it made ,o^.eap power avalliffele, and as a result of" tms Tve have in my constituency, I thlljtir, the'greatest Industrial centre Of.that section of Canada in the city 0f liledlolne Hat. ; The natural gas .ar^a;.of that section has a sup'poscd length of one hundred miles and a breadth of sixty miles, but the extent oi' the supply Is unknown-there Is (lioi.dertalnty about it. By some peo-plei.who have studied the Inatter the sqp^y Is regarded as inexhaustible. But;'ye know that that was the opin-Ifinijln,other, communities where nat-uralp^a's fields existed, and these com-'munitfes have learned that the su^i-plyviyras not inexhaustible, but that by.'tlie exportation of this- gas, by usJngf it over a large territory it was v3ty.rapidly depleted. The industries established in Western Canada in the eltie_^ of my constituency have been eatpbllshed practliajly on the posses-.^Bl6ii'..bf natural gas and the fact that ,thiiJ*iuel afforded them cheap power. Andfthe people In the city of Medicine HtftVtind other places whose develop-'meitt' has been assisted by natural gt^s ifeel that In .ojMer to guarantee thelK gfowth and-tg protect their in-dusttles the government of. Canada should make it cieafe that the exporta-lioA^bf natural.gjas^ithe piping of natural gas,'jshalV be" confined within cerr �tain limtts ahdtha^-no.permlasion will ;be;'glven to. dbHlete the gas fields. i'Eyeg: at .the pr^'peilfitlmo in Alberta there ist greatv:wa?te in this regard, andJ'^t'belleye that.^under thla act y/hlcti was pasp'e^.^ln 1907 and under 'Wh'ife^ the DomIttli?#goYernmcnt took the^.ye&p'onBl^ilIty.st|r' Issuing license^ ;to~^1irties .scektiifew pipe gns, they, should have aJ^iirjfe close mspeotlori FLOOD H^VnPT OHIO ifroducttve swells 4.B73:' 5.820 Year 1900'.. iflpl...... � 6,954,666 i962...... 7,08V?44' I9il3......., 6,098.304" 904 ....... 4,342,469, got...... 3,oKm, i90e'...... 1,7^0,716'! 4J.O8 ..... 1?U507--' " In .addition to the greftt.-\iv|ste;ih natural gas at the ^ well thpre^has been lar^ loss In tr^nsnjlssIqhCJif^ny of the -pipes ihrough whloli'.'tlfe.^as 1b carrled^are ciireleBSly^ ^onj^^uoted, Ydnts^^^irf^'lMp'^^ikiii^^ d'an^be made wholly preventable ' I mention this to show that> in tfie' transmission ^ of gas. espeelaHy pver;i ,of Abe ?as HeldB pf jAlborta, that the 'pipes, should he-J^OPerly-. Inspected and. the well* alsoj* io that there may be no waste in-the^gas fields that it jk.'poBsible to �re\^iit cords of othe?;- 9( th�t:of,i;^uisi(i^#i. 8hov/s that gr,ea^a ithefWells themsplve erriment 'ought.'to^'-' sijeofors t6 loolc;^ >tD wAtolvtbajjlpe^ %miierel| np^^ IWe.are anxlou^ that'that shou/d ,be "dptfe;; For.. as:'l/h(^ve said, there la -waste already. In the fsity of^Medi-qlhe'Hatrthe gas burns^^all day in the ^ UBe.lt;^;found to be For the re ttles, especially. 6 United, States te is started at , I feel the gov and appoint! in; the ssas area; .Ayjells _and s^ "iBsarV': �'^astfi a dalSg^SJ't Vhe^'er to allow It to* burn than to Of gas", from .i,U"s majd'./o go around and turn It ,;'aa>�atoh$-'- litsmV^agalp 'to" light"-, it at night. rinthAA''nIaGei '.'^^Ifail'i'.ai.,:'iT;fi.v eSS iiUtural gas itEat^gas; sou'rceuoi 'gtekU.profit; Natural ^s^'fr possess 'fl*d;h^j.^'^her (!q%mUT>ltU?*also In s ^snmllt^k'With-a'posslklty of U be-fH�'^'�u�'d*'lil stlU larger/ quantities.: mllHon mblcfpetfd ;exaiiiple,,one''onvi�v ,ilad,aflo^Y(�t6^4'' j-ou'lot 7, conofefs Joo-eublp feet; #^5. - ' |:aian4:thr>ugl>:, - ir^M-v Bittn avtv, npt.T 'S/ BO^ that jtlS" l^^^i^i^^^v^i k%tm % '\encgur4g}n|r . ��T����� fCrOV^me there., Qf- .fMlllMMS r .,..cPursp;.'thKara\teVcannot be_gt/ 8a|^flel4�. people ' � . 'STibSfg^S'-aJlo^sd tob^e^expott.. ,}a.'oommunltlps -rr* }km . 'ciusa' jp?our-Q and to giarantec in exlslj-; a I a.-^ louB as poB&lble \s I rjM �aid to^ns lb that dlsint-' are bPi|^ bAlU ip-'lndHSiiI'sHj b; a flpv,^pf most, bas-been handled by ub,M�. were ill citable. No.-agrtops ^tfempf has been made In jiny 'otheijl'.^UtBi ban'Indian" +0'control the "awiul,' ^jift'tp 'c'ogtrol, m-^r^yitf for -Jyaste vhlch has been deajjidhfA., y,, , >n 1. q^rtaiu It' Js tUat-lf ,wevmlt;'^n. 'chmmi; one- other, Bcor;e/of ye.ars'Sjefore^ efftofef �"-1^:^01 6,877.: .liaiipng the question ql::thl|%M 4 indeed exceedingly fortunate. When gas 'well is exhausted, V cannot again be d-rawn upon or operaVd, and the preseat supply is not so gr^at as not. to'be exhausted within a r able time'^probablyiu the lifotinifc of hon; gentlemen who now sit in tlils house:, in the county of Welland. which I ha.ve the honor to represent, the/.supply Is becoming greatly depleted, as well aa, in the county of Hal4lmand, although in that portion ofHhe province 'the supply has not been drawn upon: to a very great exr tent. As, I have, said, natural gas, whioh^is a magnificent f'jel, should be kept' fentirely. lor the advantage ot the people of Canada, and should not be exported from the country, particularly for the redgpn that the owners of^the wells, and tiiose wbo have Invested their money In their development,'^ .can , receive , .as much profit j:rpm,�*I^ibUI: > trw|: J lust onfle--ln "BJly's Cream Balm" and. your .ooia or oatr Hi at the present time, ,and'J-�rlll'>'e,'ot Increasing importanc6 to' this' cobn' try as- the. years.:' gpK^|y;;|ph|^|n|,da; -we have not, go,t th^^upply^fiS^^^^ .111,,., ,t tn we should have for a.11 plirpQ?!?^, and the'gaq m Canada and selling it o wal/tj[e heen Incompetent tp admlfiUt|i: f.L- - .' imppsd,upo'^;it by li gpvernment-of iCajiadaM^ ^',^sor. iumed The%eBponBH?iUlx',uf' .f. ' act.passed In 1907, as I ]J^pJ ^ayfbe,aBsured of the continuance of 'fhe'&iai'gas whlchvhas bropght , vhetrandiistriBl developfefff l&MlU to the ^ovefcme�t.,i jloae^'announcement in this je- fSp.AT. ,W. C^otiiers,. Ministw of On.AU..',Y�. v�.ui.��v*"i. ----7"i, , 'E^b^or:^I.am syraVe'sll fepl Jpdebt-' W'^y ion. f'flend ^om Lpthbridge Ijiaauchajan) to^m. l''t.or?,allon, he?fftt&'*gi^en us on thlsjvery imporl-nt�tater9sting iu#pt.; I rfgr^i "�Sj4cK that he.dld'inot'Jntljnate-^"'tbp he'was B9ln|-tOibrin||tM r^P'today, m prVer.that:|i|l?M Iboita itTs muii.l> A Up|'i'3hoviWJ%.t.o:' reiiHon ^J?^M*tr,ti*lca,isi^.evelopnient oompany:'i& a jTordi^Oj.cpncetn^ and does not .export electrical current to the United St4t.^sj?fi-although.; the. other>:-two':com-pa.nteM:d^Qi;::KThe.jGanadlan^.^^^^:>^ .qpi^pany'i exportsv aU: the .current pro-Bucedjitoeanada vto: Buffalo;' Tonawan-;c^ai:*ljocl�porti::ahd commuilitlesi '^In that_ vlblnlty, fhe Onta-rlo ,Power company ^exports a large proportion oi It& prpducts to the United Slates, besldeSi Bupplyjhg^::,^^^^^ .Hydro-Hleotrlo .Goijririjissl'on  ofthe;.: province of'Ontario. �wlth-.'a:!italted amount of electric current'.. These companies-are reaohlilgrspractlcally the limit.of'.tiielr capaclty>to^d^9velop:eleotriic 'current, especially the two United Siktos firms As I'.^fiive saidj'jjhlnk that tlie'matter' ot'ithftieSp'&^atf^^^ to f the.|i&nl|i?d wStal'es\^?i^ should^! flcpup^i:ithe ,'iattentlbn''! Pt government;S.oi;s of .'any V other govemi inennj;.ofeftfg/.:'COiintry,'^t, b^ mattep.''ofSj^ower,s production;. ;lsi':'pne of thejgreatest Ipiportance to Canada flSi^^'h ihe pVopoBltWwhlch .the 4p4.J%mber for Miethbrldge, fhas .bSffllSno :the notice^Qtrjhe^,house '|nd�hlch is a^ excee^ngly' Import-, AH /along the north sfhore Brie at pniy,rV^e, J:^ere Is a gftivbelt. Jhe|^'.J�a#SbiSSTV Mjepwer. '*4n9l'�-*J!PLltibgpn | fj ''t'jf^'z^'TTT-rr.f' ' "iKtSS.! bp|^|j^^|p| pl^J hpt}iam;& Co.. J.td.; aofl ftP&lfa>., of it'night andiinorjilng, f^Wih-^il days you ehoiild asf- that'. Caiises Much Disease ^ AiivJce i^bou?stomach Troubles and jio^^ ,to�f .....J '^bpn'tmcEleoeJ'indiges.laon' for it maMliiad to all sorts Of ills and com- -plications, - Ah. eminent! physidan^ once said that niflety-fivO pet cent of , all iUs 'baVo their >ongUi m a dis- ' hooves us, as true' Gahadi^';:oitrl()ii and believers in ihei|^ii^si^&f/?aie: ultimate : destiny :of.' our*o"cj:tjbtri;:fc^^^^^^ see.to it that all the natfti^ls^sQiirfteBj of, Canada' are' usedKjnfiliUi^ftqiuntry for the purposes: ofvltsY'doveiopifjipnt.' Ever since :I have Jh^Cptll^njant" and; in the: localv.legl[siat|ure'�I�fhSve u,aed. my bes.t; enddiy,Qte.,,;'t%"s4pUi-'^" that end. In 1893;'.^fstVpggied'%^ strenuously as I Co^la'H6r.^^0rmi)ieii passage iby the Ontario,.le'i^IslaSure^Pt an act to prevent the''^^xV)ak^H^�f them �from;^'be^ng%sen'ir-Unlied. States.. foi.tbeii.^^i^flt!, peopJeotthBii'.cmijitiyfean'S'l^VI In, Canada for th^ ..b^nefiii'^ptj FOUR FeeT 0FRu'^ijir5iJ^ lofi Vuur money back IE tiey,P\}t,I]fv.lwgB force i*l9� i'W^-fe�p*>a(ter,4^lo�g ;\f�9fed" b"y the y6n munl,,r ft Hat it.ib pnS ot tr-o most orc|efedi�t6-,.- but e^porlencp,-with Rexill Dys-pupsla Tablots leads usHo'bdiovo , thon^ bo opoPf tha mo,sfc dependafalo (Xeiuedfes knovHi for Jndi6;e8tio%and ohronjo, dyspojisia. Thou: ri^redl- . epts^BCB soothjne.to tbo laflamM � meml^aoes, of .'iho stomach, - Bjoh i ' in Een^in-aiJd Bwwuth, two of,the -nrSStest diS�ti'*lB aids known, to '  fwlTshort time, they tfend \ tes, 0 pams ojiused by stomach Ypd o_'i b IV Rc�a I D .lorn* 1 Jbl'-ta iri ths ro I Ti, isutiv cnl" A mr sujil ' j: D^HjQmBOTHAiyi & 00.^-, ' I ctt^'Mie ' no g^Jjggi Stan Al'tria "s x�mttVji�Biil'Stii{ai!ft*; surplus electricity, ;; ada is^^exported tP; thl^ltfed'^StljeB. ^ -If'my ^hohV: ^riVnd^;^^'i;-%Jy.S'i5: tlJm up .today I,Vp>1 -koiiaa ^'wjlb S impossllJle';fotm�rv^.-fruUdlnks' on\the;,J9aln^>|i:.eBt of in Aoms. expeBt'in,bojilA)a�>^ only flfrv Woals could bp sepurfd in theNlia Wii I'loh^ -i e hplng trtntlcalK pplod 1 p And lo^n St Chailes bt'l|e-iix .in erfort 10 rr�cue tumlture frdm :iihpj water / ^ L^i 1'"t'sKT/l i#;>l?hi Btioffr car ^ervlea to bongueull ms intjiolx aoandoned thla f^yepl^on itcl ill tommunU^tloji except b> ho�f| iMfl O'll cu oit 4 JSpRING STRIKES A.RE . ^ Viin 1 g, Vpiii 1 -J.nree.'iiuijni'^j'i'liSI i- mi STRIKES A.RE.... .;. ON' AtI^M g, vmil 1-iThree.-hui; '^iihfr', ind two hundred jvuruej^ mihr* m ihl, cliv * nt on' B{r _ IllB m inn k fo higher T*agee'J^fHp^ iJliiri.rp lak an inorca-". tia'a, jpy*' t4>',fpi ty five oent^i^y fllir s aio fslJng .(or a npw^r if^lJi the -i vould meatt-n^ ifOd-^ o about lonrccen per r J% J I nipiu'inn talloru h i-ve | 'iii'.on pfi J''fte��.i|.] liV^wgi'^^yigt^sU fehc oI.cfiOt'feQt to th. �roml. VB5|r4rJj^j ^^Sf�OPVc.-Hd. ftul those .fcoaiouh. fTOp joirSiiSwil^'fr? ih^ ' Utti '1 ;