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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'ACJE TWELVE fllE LFTHBRlDCiE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1920 BUCHANAN ON NATURAL RESOURCES, In COMMONS LONDON'S WAR COST OF LIVING (Soecial to The Herald) i iulbrmatiou and suggestions. April M.I', tor I consider as iuiporlant as any lhat we have disc-Jssi'il in ihe i House tbis session. Arj member of. ihe House who may have hail Joubis j Ubout the natural resource? or tins j vountry should have had them remov-1 c-il as a result ot the cnllehtciireg ail- which bwii r.i-ule by the members who have preceded iaf. 1 going to confine my remarks to the j -rue 'coal resources ot this country. I bad j Ti intended making a (ew observations; MRS. M. NU.GNANT CREDIT TO DODD'S KIDNEY ______...... PILLS. -m province of Alberta but I, liio not ihink I will liavo time- to do Her Back Ached and She Was Always so have been read- Tired, But She States She Found the h In ,he prcss 1 pr-sumc Relief She Longed for in Dodil IICOPIO live In the province Kidney Pills. u[ Ontario blive been rradinE it with ST. LIXA. Alia.. April ;l at o, fM.-_abolil the nrob- lo PHls 1 aWe cost 0( coal in ibis province can now do my So says Mrs-' ncst year. THo coal supply .ot Ontario >1 Mugnant a well known and is (hc ol- Pennsylvania, and i-eEpccteil resident ot Ihis place. Mrs. lhero js no that that supply OTTAWA. April (By Canadian dental of the 'httrgcs made iix an editorial or a oca! paper yesterday that tho new National Progressive -party -was dis- rupted -with internal echisuis, Is uiudo by members of.ihe parly .today. Lev! Thompson, Qu'Appelte. who presided at today's informal caucus of Ibe party. Issued a statement this afternoon denying .the charges, and "There Is absolutely no truth what ever In theso charges aud nd.fouuda tioa for' making them. Wo aro al united aud know exactly whefo staud on tlio really iuiporlant matters to cotuo before the house this siuu." SEEDING; LATE' IN NORTH SASKATCHEWAN PRIXCB'-ALBHRT; sask., iVpHi is. conditions northern" Saskatchewan aro''excwd- backward and-it" 1s Impossible mmm. ir. all. with the result given In tlie glad words in the opening piragranh. Other women in oil parts o[ Canada make ihe same statement. They were weighed with weariness, craMv known as a wheat growing i Ihe mines, are closed and slock 'raising province, wo have i-mlners have to go out and look for of tlie coal resources of j work In other .occupations, tinier I circumstances of that kind you cau- ST per cent. _. th.> Dominion of Canada, and lhat it ---------......_. i, V.iat that province has I not expect to have settled conditions and pain, and found the relief the same area 'the largest coul ilidy lonuc-.i for in Uodil's Kidney resources of any place In Use world, rills For sick kidneys an; tho causu i am not advancing thai as a promoter I In the industrial world In so far j It concerns the I bcliove that I even with coal mining developed to uf the mp.mruy of the UU from of mining schemes; 1 am simply quot- fads that are given to us by whieli .-.vomen suiter. To treit Them Ihe kidneys must bu strergiliened so they will Viniii ;iil (he out of tlie blond. Ask ihe authorities in the Department o; Mines ot (lie Federal Government. When we speak of Ontario anJ its your neifihbofs if Dodd's Kid- ot fuel wo'naturally tblnk of A1- ney Pilis help sick rind its great resources. .The Government here, and the provincial Advertisement. 13. Lanigan Declares More Revenue Has Enough Cars the. extent to which It has hesn in Al- may say ex- isting conditions (litre? Is no doubt that tho' coal mines; have heen de- veloped to double the.capacity of Ihe market 'that Is offered their if the tbe railways, and the commercial organizations ircra to get together and try to ccach" an ar- governments; will have-to do S esult Could not beneficial LeiCulicuraHelpYou Lock Like This. Nolhfac better to care for your skin, hairandhandE. TlieSoaptoclcanse and puriiy. the OinUilent to scotbc andhc-1. Usethemfor daily toilet. 2Jc. Oblucnl 25 eft 50c. Sold thrKjjhoiit tt CaaaQian Depot PltlSl, lario ivonld bo M high as to prevent the n the people otOiita'rVbom considering to tho "country -at large. Because if its general use "for fuel purposes.' hut i we had the market-im-Manitoba which 1 at present Is 'supplied by Pcnnsyf WINNIPEG, April shortage of freight cars to move the 1920 crop is anticipated by the Canadian Pacific Railway, according to -W- H. Lahigan, freight traffic manager, who is la "Win- nipeg today 'on- his-..way to Montreal alter a. toiir of tbe west. "We will havajplenty of cars, if can get back, those Hint are now" in the Tjriiied he said. "Ar- rangeinents arc -being maile for Uieir return and they have 17.000 more .cars of ours thau we have ot" theirs." There iwill have to be an Increase in freight rates to cover increased op- ge I -believe it possible to overcome vania coal it votiM help tpVpralntain iho coal mines enitiou' during 'the grater the yetrv ''Another'matte'r I-would'like to em VICTORIA, 'along Yates 'Et'reet yesterda> ifternoo'n, .Phillip -Fraser oriaer-rsEHe'nt of Deloraine, Man. was' slrlckeu iviih ah'atlack of hearl failure'aiidv passed away. Exptrienctd uy Zim-Bnk ii belt ftrxhil- dren'i and ikia tronbUi, btcaaie: It is poisonoui mineral coloring. It is cuts and burns taking the wrong way.; is pain quiAly, It heals every time. Just as good for grown- ups. Sold at all t tort i and jam-oak erating costs on all Canadian roads, ilr. Lanigan said. will ba mado to the board of railway commissioners, about July, on behalf of all the rail ho added. Freight traffic, is fairly heavy, on all lines from. Fort "William" to Van- couver, he said. Merchandise is mov- ing freely between the various prov- inces, due to high wages and gener- ally rising prosperity. It has not yet been decided whether the railways will grant1 the reduced freight rate on coal from April to which has b'ee'n 'asked by the western coal miners, Mi', said. ;i Svould he a radical change and many m'pdrlant considerations ore involved. some ot the obstacles that do exist iu 1 believe fliat Ontario and 'Quebec can stave off the possi- bility ot the depletion ol their "supply if, they ice-operate in encouraging- tlie use. in -Western phaehe intiiis connection is< the .nues- Cuiiada Westarn; Canadian'lion.- 'of transportRtion.M At' present iui-coal is-being mined and shipped st'about the same tlmii that'our grain conseaus-ntly ithe supply was cut off from Manitoba the western mines could have a market which would help them, while at the same time, it would relieve the con- sumers In Ihe Kastern Provinces. I have been ndvhed that oven the Do- minion t'rc-vernment. In asking for tenders fee coal for some of their buildiuxs in Manitoba, stipulate that it must be Pennsylvania coal; so that they are not encouraging the use of western coal. -What doss it-mean to Western Can- ada lo have the-market of the three Western am not speak- ing of Brittoh. Columbia because Brit- ish Columbia has its own coal. We railroads are not. in u position to handle coal Eatisfaclorily and cheaply, if we were able to have summer min- ing o! coal in Alberta, the railroads should be in' a-: baiilrtue coal much more" cheaply than they do at the present time, because it would he a slack season in transportation eastward. Is necessary in that regard is to educate, the consum- er and the dealer in Win'rifpeVand in other western cities to store coal in the summer for use in the winter. Might 1 also mcntieii.lhe fact, .which has teen advanced by people who have investigated, the coal inaiistry In Alberta, that it it was possible to IS JUST AS YOUNG AND STRONG AS HIS BLOOD have been accustomed in this Parlia- operate theinines month in and tnontli out (luring the year, whereby the rain ers would have "occupation ant a regular income, it be possible to produce coal a good (leal cheaper I than it is produced at the pres'cn i time, i The points I have urged should I kept in mind; there should te en ,courasement of the use of Western 1 Canada toal in vthc West 1n order to I help the eastern provinces in obtain ling their supply from Pennsylvania a solution of the transportation prob t lem should be provided by the openi tiou of the mines' In the summe months thus guaranteeing, steady em i ployment to the miners; and a ca I paigrt education should "be coudu -.jcd to establish to tho people in tb extreme parls of Western Canada tho ruent of coal and all the natural re- sources that wo possess in this coun- try. 1 might point out the fact that to- day individuals-as well as companies are investing probably all their means in the developmaht of our natural re- ources throughout Western Cauada en are going up into the mountains nd looking for ore. Tliey are going uout the prairies searching for oil hey are investing their money ii igging wells In Iho effort to obtain II, and in many instances they are Threatened 11 xhausting their entire financial rc-i ources'T for that purpose. 1 think j. 1 licrFfoi-e it Is only'Tight .that we I April hould ask not only, the'Federal Gov-1 Associated between I rmheni. -but the Provincial Govern-; and Armenians Is cou- nts where they are In control of the tinuipg ;n the Karabagh region and Situation in Caucasus Grows Worse Threatened atural to encourage in Byery possible way the development our natural rssburccs." What is ilie need of Canada at the interallied observers say (hat Armenians in Baku arnin immediate danger being massacred. IA. portion of the Denikino fleet In present time? Wo have a great debt (he 'Caspian gea has turned Bolsbe- n this countrj-. How are we going moving northward to Join io meet it? We are told to -produce. Red whlch is expected at can produce in the factories, on mouu, he land, and in the mines of counlry. We have great natural rc-r sources that only need to bo develop- ed in order to enrich this country; and if we could .only, develop those rc- thcir -raiue at .the present lime we would have no trouble In meeting our obligations'as a nation. There'is no( cause for any person in this country; to bo discouraged a.bput the future of I ,f' Canada. 'All we neeii to do is to move j nround this Dominion .to realize the the thei moutli of the Volga when the ice rest of the Donikine ves- steamed southward from. Petrov.sk and are reported -proceeding to Per- sian ports." i. At 'Batniirn. oh the JJiack Sea side, tho British warships are sufficiently numerous to keep liutoum quiet for the time being, but tho Georgian gov- ernment Is- so weak and so hard own radical elements :ms little .hope of suc- cessful resistance by -tbe Georgians aws.iSSSS country and canBot help glory in cncd Tlio Georgian situation s much the fact that in Canada we have as complicated" the floo.1 of Cossack great "MI- .inil M onnortuni- i soldiers and civilians fleeing across Pennsylvania coal in city during ithe past winter, and 1 certainly do niiiuu I not consider lhat the coal-mined in When see a strong, rigorous man, who neter knows when he ,ho Anthem part of .tim province of man can fight the- battles of life and hold Ws own if his blood J3 not pure, for rich red blood is what strength is based upon, VVhen see a strong, rigorous man, -who never knows he K licked. YOU may wager that sudi a man has coursing throiigli his veins Vich, red blood. Many peorile have thin, pale blood. Thov aroTvcak, lire easily, become discouraged quickly, and some- times fed liko giving lip Uio struggle. Such folks need Dr. 1'iercc's Golden Discovery, is prepared in Dr. Pieree'a brRnch Laboratory, Kridgcburjr, Ont.. Sold by druggists. Liciuul or Tablets. It adds vigor to the licarl nnd tones up fho nerres in a Tfondcrful This "Medical Discovery" of Dr. Pierco's is made from Blood root. Oregon Grape root, Stone toot, contains no vet tones np the ttomadi, stimulates the liver and puts tho blood making glands in the best of condition. Many people write Dr. Pierce at the Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., as follows: CHATHAM, "For many years I suffered with stomach trouble. I tried many remedies but they formed to ho n sioinach seemed lo bo gel ling worsfl instead of belter. One day I came in pos- session ot a bottle of Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical Discovery, and took it My stomach Deemed completely cured. I have great faith in this -.licinc, P.nd hope any sufferer that reads this will give the 'Discovery' Once tried, never without C. Tl'tlP, Jn., 28 DiiVf Street. the coa at loas Jl.libO VII nj... I .1 produced on the prairies, or I a great amoiint of great iveaiiii wa BIUHL ties as arc lo be found In any land in I Ibo mountains ahead of the Colshevikl the world today. What is renuisite! advance. Thirty thousand armed Cos- mraae tho devetopmcat ol j sacks are moving south from Novo .urcea. and give an oppor- liossik. The Georgians refuse to ad- )le to tako advan-1 nlit the Cossacks into Georgia unless Is to encour those reson in the Ihey disarm, which tho Cossacks Spring Will Be Late Tho lateness ot llio spring and tho prlco ot (eed will hamper j-our work fa seeding. A tractor v.-lll solro (he problem lor you. We are nWo lo one or two on'very easy terms, and the price is right. We can jirovo Hint Ihey can do Satisfactory work, than horses and Iced. HARRIS-NOBLE LAND COMPANY, LTD. PHONE 1888 SHERLOCK BLOCK LETHBRIDQE Alberta take.! any Secondary place to the coal produced in .Pennsylvania. i But we must educate Ihe people to tho need of using our western 'coal. Another point 1 -would like, to bring out is this; It would be Important, in order lo educate- the peijplc and get thtm lo use Western Canada coai, to grade the coal because as It Is at prc-1 sent ail Western Canada coais go on the market and they are considered to be prairie coal lind are bought as though they wcro all alike, and of course that Is not the case. Certain of our Western Canada co.ils arc of much higher cjuality than oiliors and 1t there was a grafting of coal it would be very helpful in educating people lo their use. I presume Ilic Acting Prime Mini- ster Is desirous of making ssme., ob- ferrations on the resolution that we havo been dlscrissinK this afternoon, snrt therefore 1 d.i want lo unduly extend my remarks although I bod intended speaking at much on tho question of our rg. An member: Hove Ihe joui'nnieitt of Ibe Mr. Hclanrl: Tl'iut would kill tlie debate, we should novor reach il dgain. j .Mr. It iin; sug- grated that I should inovo tho adjourn- i mcnt of thn debate. Sir UCUI-K'! Fo3lcr: The' lion. gentleman can speak until pix o'clock if he .Mr. 'A'e'arc nskin; thia Government lp oncpurajd the develop; WILL YOU NEED WORKERS fbr SEEDING If so OFFICES of the Ipcated.at the following points are ready yon without charge. 'tOCAL' CALGARY, EDMONTON, RED DEER, DRUM- HELLER, MEDICINE HAT, LETHBRIDGE. Pll! in and detach Coupon below and place- In an envelope addressed'Employment Service of Canida togelher with tho address of thejrfflcc' .Nearest your farm. Bo sure and" state-how many men arc required. Your ovucr wiiV receive protnpt attenllba. -'I shall require Ibe following help' on my farm: Eiplrieuced men Partly experienced................Wages........................ Inci'perienecd .'.'...................Wages......................... of time help is renuired Date when Post Off Nearest to do, although virtually starv- lhcro wni tc no need for the fuse Brighten up your Best way is to eat Made liy CartadWn Postum Cerral ooavirs CANADA'S BEST FLOUR: V MAKES BAKING DA'Y EASY ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION ONE BAG WILL CONVINCE YOU ASK FOR AN OGILVIE COOK BOOK HANDLED BY 'ALL GROCERS AUCTION SALE AT .WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK PRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNERS, WILL SELL BY AUCTION A LARGE ASSEMBLAGE OF HdUSEllOtO FURNITURE and effects Fumo! Dining Hullo comprising Jluffel, Koimi) Intension Table antl- Set Dining Clialrs; Handsome Oak Siilelioard; Heavy Kxlcnillns Wnlng Tuhle; Bed -Lounge; Two Kjtcnfloii I.OIUIECS In good condition: VIOTHOLA TALKINO 1IA- CHINK with. Cnlilnct mid Itccords; Princess Dresser wllh Inrge Ovnl Mirror; two smaller size Dresners with ornl mirrors; Dresser with extra long Hovelled Mirror; S1NGKH DHOPHBAD SKWlXG MACIUKK; Holld Oak Wrlllng Table; large "Opal Oloas" Ucfrlger- alor; two Fumcil Oak Rockers with Leather Cushlatis; thrff; filmed Oak lealtier scaled; Fumed Oak Settee; While Knatnclloil .Medicine Chest; r, Coal He.-itors, largo sized anfl medium; Oak Pedestal; Wicker Lounge Chairs; V and V 6" Hcda complete with Coll Hnrlngs and Felt Mattresses; small Writing Table; Set of Oak Dining Chairs; and PUiows; Pictures; Toilet Ware; "Hapny Tliongiit" liange; BRUSSEI.LS CAIIPJBT SQOAIIK; CarpeltinB and many smaller Items. TERMS CASH AT CLOSE OF SALE PHONES 770 and 469 SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE ;