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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tETHBRIDGE PAILY HERALD Wednesday, rcbniar.v 1013, Qpi WAS RE I m. eiNPIUSlroHgiif Relief X�rder Late, Out., March a6th. :\ *="I'1uk1 been suffering for some time 'with my Kidneys and Urine, il was constantly pas.siiig water, which was vSrff scant}', sometimes as many as thirty times a day. Each time the pam w^s something awful,- and no rest at I heard of, ,Toiir GIM PII.I^ and decided to give them a trial.at once. I se^t my cluim 60 miles to get them aad'X�iii~p1eased to a'uform you that lu leas than sii hours, 1 felt relief. vtn two days, the pain had left me entirely. I took about half a box and today i feel a.s ivell as ever and my jtidneya are acting quite naturallajiBin.v sfp castX^j^atn. � CrIN PILLS soothe the irriUtcd btitdder-heal the aick, ,tT&ak. painful kidneys-andstren^^hen both these vital, organs. Money hack if tfaey fait.  ^joc. a box. 6' for fa.s�- ' Sateple Iree" ifjoii write NatfOBal.D^igand Chemiral e*., of Canada, Liaiitedi'-Ttothlo; 139- LAY FOR Mi C ""I ~ � ?\vould experience no difficulty in get- Mr. Turlff Movea Amendment i ting ull tn. men nece.sutyjo man�U to Second Reading of the , - Naval Bill Mr. Turiff suggested: ."That said bill be not now read a second time, but that it be resolved that It is the constitutional �dut)^ of the gftvernment, under the terms of the B^ritish North America V^VO^ti.im'niM introduce ,of the'^r�P';eScJrit1�tJon of the prov-Tncesv" acoo|^jjffig/to . population as ' eBtabUshetf fty"the''cen'su� of 1911, and ,that iMs^lfouse do not pro-cesd Vurther^^-with'. the - bill until .such readjustm%'nt . has taken place." � : ' 'ru;�::.'. ,:- ., 'i'^*iClei*Vrei�d'-'^0'ispeciil' ordet'di-V iect.ihg''l;tiat tiheiattendance ''at".-the : ~ bar- of- thohriuse i,oJ .vMiUerrrantk- he' was/immediately' brought. mi- 1 The the pjiblic -accountp-committee, /namely, as ;l.c� whorrt.jse bad paid the-sum' of i^rijO'aS, for the purpose- o^^sec�rlug gWenirfient bdstncss to t)je extent of ,about JU7,000 Between ,i'une 1907 ajlU-'j .,J�memu.. h  he }said, "as it. might .tend, to incriminate him, and tain in the time of need."' r. Ave feel/-that,it.vs aUvUnvarranted in- I The Natfonaiiat party, lie said, si terierenteXw'tV^^^ last' general election when 1 . ThetB..|Wa's^ ring oil was their cry, had been hanging'like 'dep�nca^;JaTft-te.'way'-he said it- Air. a miI.lstonV';sround the neck of the � Afiddli^rp'j^ras; cliairnsan of: the pub- Prime MiuiiSter, and would slnkr him : ;iic.;ta^C(tuits'j.ca}iiimiUeB;-'oblecteri ^ to .vthe/^ae^aiMj^-wiirtiDg: putv Couf iJnuitig;'Mt. Turlff said-that at thing^ a^d - in the house' of commons the present time, six war vessels tor-;^?*l^Ti�:��''-\�f5'co�/'^-"florelBii; nations tire neHVlng comple-in;.any3ao*m)n. -He thctrefbre ruoved ; j, B'ritlsh dockyards. if there since this that^liUer,'fhavin J- refused -to answer the q�'ho^s, . . oMrs. Re&ina Matts'has her Urge new barn nearly completed. ,, .;The"Harami Bros, are buisy breaking .. brqnc.hos, getting 'them in "line � for seeding. ' The'.ondon, Feb. 10.-The appeal in the rase, of Gordon � vs,. Holland, before he -Jfudicial' com,mlttee of the Privy (Joimcll Wa� allowed. was'anx real eihergency,-Great Britain would ship the vessels, raan'them, and place them Jn tlie North Sek. There had -been an important de'velopinent aince the commencement of the debate, .l{r,^vTnriff-said. .Germany and Gteat Br)tsiin had practically come-to an agreeqifnt; that Germany henee-f OT/tb'-^pifid .maintain only ten ships against aiataeii,rto be maintained by Ixtoglani..,.-;..! -.; The contribution by, Canada of three ships' wouidr^affect this arrangement. The projjbserigift would not appeal to thttpeb^le-of Great Britain, because It �would add to their burden of taxation and- because, men are wanted more than .money. '. flevertlng to the'arguments advanced againsL^tlJp construction df a Canadian iii^^^ife said that no nation should �^er become great by htTing other people jo fight lor them. There U,\va.!i no necessity for thei adoption of such a coiwse, because >ve, in the Maritime, provinces, have a .'ishlng population 'of 7Offr living. �-.^ pay.;:yieare-ofTer,ed-to. them we the navv t'ancda would reij>uire in the next lifiv veafs, Mr. Turift replied that the i^-hips so Lit possessed had been trr.iniiic sWps only. One rea-.son, however, was. that the .Cana-dLin navy has been ridiculed by the Conservative psntty. H it were made a permanent service where a man roiilil find n Wc- v.xvei'.t t.hecp would bp no lieai-th of applicants for places in a Canadian navy. Canadians, Mr. Turin said, had done their duty in South Africa. Had the (.';inatii;in government at that time when an emergency existctl, oftered Great Britain money instead ot mou it would have, been an in.suVl to the people of Cant�Ui. It .sent men in-sfeart, and this did more to cement the bonds of I lie empire than anything ^v1lich hail been done up to that time. But now, it is proposed that when there is war Canada shall send empty jjhips aad Canadians shall stay �t home. It the government thinks the people of the bominiou are in favor of such a policy it should consult them eitliof hv way of plebiscite or a general election Mr. TurifE then argued that the admiralty had not a&ked for the aid it was proposed to give. What the admiralty really desired was the es tablishtuent of a Canadian navy to guard the trade routes. He challenged .the prime minister to submit two propositions to the admiralty and promised thai; the opposition would abide by its decision. Mr. TuriB then quoted Lord, Bercsford th.it the danger to England in the time of war would be from starvation, not from invasion. Mr. Tariff said that Australia g-ave up the contribution plan and undertook to build,  man and maintain an Australian navy. During the last session the Australian parliament sougiit to obtain the credit of insisting that the Australian navy should be completely under the control otthe common-wealth. They did not regard insistence upon such coa-tro! as being an indication of separative tendencies. Since 1909, however. Premier Borden has altered his stand. He h.is altered that stand, Mr.' TiirilT declared, in the endeavor to hold the siippott of the Nationalists. "How did vou knowasked a Conservative member. "Let ray lionorable friends bring the question to a test before thf! people,'' Mr. Tunfl replied, ;;and they will find out for themseU'os." :�, .\tter .sonic further tefereiice .to statements made by Mr;v Borden 'in 1909 when he had ailvis"eV'the' late government to go ahead '.witt the t'Miadian naval policy -witli reasonable caution. � and if necessarj' to lay the. matter before the.^ people. -Mr. Turiff took up the question of redistribution. "I- think it is absolutely uniii.it," he said, "that this question should be decided without reference to the people." Continuing the debate at the evening --:on,Mr--N"orthrup said that his I II preference would be -to give more dreadnoughts later of li the occasion should arise. "I congratulate the country," he said, "that the honorable gentlemen opposite are willing to spend $45,-000,000 everv year. There isonlv a difference of opinion as to what .should he. done. There should be sor.ic way of,getting together and efteoUng a compromise." Mr. Northrup went on to sav that taxes in frreat Britain were high and it ivas t ime that. fJanada should give some aid. There has been a lot of talk, about it being absurd foe Can^ ada. to offer help when men in Great Brilain with millions [invested the vioild over, but he didn't think that aiRected the tissue. REDCLIFF, "In the Heart of the World's Greatest FieW of Natural Gas Pbi^ulation Nih 218 980 1290 December 1910,............................ December, 1911. .... ^.......'.. ......... 1......... December, 1912............... ..... February, 1913.................. INDUSTRIES NOW LOCATED AND UNbEFi toNSTRUOTION Redollff Brick and Coal Company, Limited.  Redd iff Clay Rpodueta Company, Limited, Alberta Ornamental Iron Company, Limited. Redcliff Rolling and Elesvator Company, Limited. . Redctlff Rolling Milts and Bolt Company, Limited. Diamond Flint Glass Company, Limited. H. Munderloh Compatiy, QlaSs Works. Redcliff Motor Company Limited. Redcliff Pressed Brick,Company, Limited. The above named industries alone �will employ more than 3,000 workmen before the end of 1913, and this is only the beginning of � the industrial development which is In store for �Redcliff. Redcliff Features . ; NatiiVal ,(}a8',.GoaIi'Minos, Flouiv Mills, Grain Elevators,' Ornamental 'iron .Wotrltsi,'Brick Factories, ,Clay Prodiicts, Motor Works, Gfast(->Vorka?'Steel Mills, Lima-Kilns, �Water System, Sewerage, Modern.Schoolb and Churches. - . .-rtEDCLIFF OFFERS FRiEE 91TB-FOR MANtlFACTUREHi?. ITIBB GAS'FOR JtANTJFACtURERS. ,. . , " � BaipEOYMBNT'FOR L-AiBORERS AND SKli.'l^JiD � _^SwECtlANIGS. >-'� , r}' OPPORTHMTV .FOR BUILDERS /VND CONTR'ACTORS," PROSPERITY .FOR AL,!^. � ' : ix-- i railro'ads Redcliff is situated, seven mile's, west .of i\l,odiciuo flat,-on the main line of the C. P. R. i TlieC. H.-H^ wiH huild.ioto Redcliff this fail, anil the G.'T.'P.> gi^j'es ,aasurapce ot reaching Redcliff early ne.vt year."' ' ' 1 5 WE OWN AND HAVE FOR SALE CHOICE BUSINESS AND FtES IDENTIAL LOTS" IN REDCLIFF AND NORTH REDCLIFF. PRICES-RANGE FROM $225.00 TO $5,000,00 PER LOT. IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE REDCLIFF. ' SEND FOR ,LITERATURE OR BETTER STILL CALL AT OUB OFFICE IN MEDICINE HAT AND LET US TAKE YOU TO REDCLIFF-"THE PITTSBURG OF CANADA"- FOR SEEING IS BELIEVING JN REDCLIFF. . . IF YOU OWN REDCLIFF Oft MEDICINE HAT PROPERTY WRITE FOR VALUATION. MEDIGINE HAT-REDCLIFF ACENCY " � (e, hf'P^ flloh.^O; R; ~Sut;flliiai in th^registSturet y^SipdJ*.'^^ feri||4eni^;|:^ojilt^'d|J^ ot . natU'i3Ht'gsa|'-^rbT�^J!lnB;^irict taJppints outsifi*. fiiVjito^iJi^^V o'f .'Alber4.^.is(ives mucl^f satisfaotltJai here.t^, f [ Jt 15 ^"fcid^tliat-Pr. Rdaih^ JVJl'nJfeter ot tli"i3'Interior, has glveny,a similar promise, buu he'has made' no'public 'announcera.eTit,'';jy:fet. 'People; of'this district are very niucii'oppQi^'to any " scheme to pipe gas from this � field to eastern,polntis,- DID REBELS' STEaI;-*it';, � JSi-Paso, fleb. IS.-T^A'mach^ine gun of'tlijB 13lh Cav'airjf platoon at'. Hach-iia'i NiM.;' 'aisqtppearecl " on SUhday nlglitl aG"coi'd'ius to ^reliable- reports received here today. Jt is believed that Mexican rebels qaqae over tha , border and stole the piece. MONEY THE ONLY' BAR .^Toronto, Feb.'-lS.-^'Walter..i!:.-Gunn, secretary .of the "P'rinpe. Albert _Boai'd bf .Trade, �,vho -.has. beeii -toprln'g the Old .Gountry,^ states tliathei hap been floodSd-'with ap))Hcationa -from people -wlio want to get'tp^ Canada, and-'that, ho.could got thousands, pf men -IE the passage money dkl-not act as'a'bar. " Our Personal- Advice ; ening, sickening or gripwg. - �J"� Dr. Morse's f '^;Jacl^8'on''& Cci^Driccfg^lals We liiVe-^been in business.4n'i;,this town tor some time, andiMg'gve* looking to'builil'Mp tra#ib�'|^lyays-advising oql- :pp,tr,on8[ mM'Pl/t^\ ' J ' iVe, ordfif iib'^'Ml"! a.;-! #. _ ... ,,clne racsjtia "feuirtei'ers but bec?ius6j^;(*^,'know,^oyyt:it,y?UKli^.lp our buplnesff.lt,we hejp'our- pfttronB.' "VVe keep 'IiiA'Stockii^na, sell aJlVtho well Itnowti >liln r^nedles./gut �v/e will say- this: It yot ttro. suffering from ,ani';acUid Q�.akln,,trouble,.,eczema psoriasisj IdahqriifOTJifer^saU' rheum, rash, -want �yba.-io, try a full size bottle of D. D, D. Erescrlption", , ABftlu- tind':,agaiin.i to the skiu takes away tli^.'itclr^ instantly. And tlio cures all seosn to be permanent. , ' " '� , " D.D.D. Preeci'lption viiiade, by ihfr Xi.'Df Laboratories ot Torotito, Is'- p,7|? ing;.'cooling ingreai^nts. Ana yo^j ^e. jiJB't Crazy with itch,- you'wU feel soothed and cooled, the 'Itoh'fetmo-lutely washfid awa'J' ^Iio''mom6n1; yoa < apply this D.D.D."' " '.' . ^a, , ' t Wo h,av,e made fa�t friends ot;niqre thatLona family .,by, rdcoifaif,ei}dWg this romed'y to a sWn ' s.ufter^r h9re and there, and yve -want you ,io itrx it, now'. We "want \jo .loll, you'abft'*!; i^?'' D,D,' Scab also. a 102283 17 77 ;