Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LriTHBRIDGE DAILT VEBALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1SU mm IN Wltli taitfi todliastioit, s11 Gored He, NKWBCRV, ONT., MAY 1913 aianot a mfdtritf s tl patent but I hav Eiiicj at Battlelord that, should it be tbo uill of ths people lo call upon him to form a govfrnmenl, that policy would be carried out, one uit'.i woula go oux ot pucllc life, iinj alsijs haJ a hijh opinion o! then opposition leader, Mr. Buch- anan saU thai lie naturally Ihoujht .Jlr, to sincere. He be- lieved te -Ro'jld out bis prom Avparently. hoviever. Mr. Bof den der-artea from tlie policy tet forth by bta. Mr. Buchaaaa' thca proceeded to IfcaV, repHiai to a quwtic-n pu( by Mr. Martin in 1311, 1'rcnier bid said thit the le.-ourcre o! the prairie nou'd be turneti over to them, acd that tf laWn uould be aMOiiccfd in due course. Sinrt the advent o! ttf pres- ent government to p-ovcr, pro- vincial elections had been teld io the west. In both ihe arpimsnt was used Conservative leaders press that pcuple could not eipcct to set tlwir natvral until the Coa- ssrrailvo pirn w.is rttuincd so pow- er in those provinces. The promises, nude bad been useJ as a bribe. This was in sirens contrast to that part of the Halifax platform relates to electoral corruption. ilK. .BENXETV MISTAKES Mr7 Hacbacan said (urther- tlat Mr. BpnnUt, for had acuc-oicfd at a public that Mr. Bordeo would his promise. Mr. Bnnott hart added that if he did not do so, he uould in; loncet feel to gitf his support 10 tbe gor- This attitude, he said, rcp- ccsfntrd an opinion brld by itdepend- er.t Consfrvaiives: but not by ma- chine u-ho desired to use the promises as a bribe. Mr. Buchanan :aid that, n-halever might be said of the of the west, ttcv urcte lia- cere and thev expected their public men to be sincere. He then USE CLASS KOR iorses; tea head of ge'dinfTE. two msres, all sound aod or drafty type; age 4 aud 5 weight 1200 to 1550 Apply Brim- ball Rayxncad. I 1hc maJc in December last hart much right to con-1 tliat both Liberal by the Premiers.of the three prairie provicces for control o? natural re- 'ThU demonstrated, he said, ircl their resources as the peo- ]'-e of the east. -He proailced that this rJEh: bo given to the ivest at .he qppwlaa'ty. Tbat cpportun- Mr. Uuchaoan came at the end of U'll, and bas toatinued until now'. Apparenlty Insincere 1 Mr. Biichanaa then quoted Mr, toy din EAON mm WHEN YOU'BE LAID UP There are lot of people in this term who yciir wajgis stop ar.i vrofrj- ar.d 'debts bt pn to put The HnribT e thing for you lo do, aa soon yoa run-donu and vom out, no jntiter ?rhat tbs cause, is to t ite soraethiiig just cs qi lick 23 j-oa can to bsiMup'sOdJijUiEnd Msbeyoct- (iU more and provide afaicit itrio-ds sickness. We _ don't- believe tnert :s airy other tr.edicine c-.ada that wiU do is much towards your health and thus help- ing yo-4 save your as ReitJl Olive ffa It is 2 that gets r'gi-.E at the Uojtili: and iditves it by Ing the ne-rvcs, enriching the blood, and fclvir.g new strtngth and health t7 taa p.'hc'.c bcx! j 1 1 doesn't do this by rrveins ilcohcl or hab k-ionnmg because it ccntains Its strtngth ar.d heaJth- is thie to puiii Olive Oil and the Itypophosjahitss, !oag by suc- :cisml physidans, xthc or.e for its food the other icr its value. Here, ihe first tiir.c, they aie coxbir.ed, and ths resu.'t is a real r.cn'c, and body- tiuilair.g a.' stcesgtter.er that we are proud io teH you about. You don't need to hesitate in using :l, because if i I doesn't dp all vre jay it wiQ and satisfy i OTI in every way. it Trill cost yea doesn't make you strpnj Conserratke e containing check; the tovntr oanj have eeuie by calling at otflce arsd paylny lor ad. tS Wordi ,23 'cent4 I the Must be Paid in Advance Miscellaneous for Sale FOR Pigs, 100 head welsniop Ercm 60 to ICO tbs. each; aieo thlrtjr brood sons. Apply E. J. Coofc, 513 Cth St. South. Phone 403. Good home Rrftvu No.T Timothy seed, price 7H reDts per Ib. sackeil f.o.b Coaldale. Call or writy John Davldscn, Coaldalc. Li. 215. z; Men -'_ Ths Xeal brought freedom" to thousands of men anr] addicted to Jiqyor habit Three days is all tbat is required In'TrioEl caees altbougb seme etey as, as GJ.X days. Tbe Xeal Treatment the rravipg for liquor Into a positire and removes all akoholfc j'olsoa from the system. It. is a safe, sure vegetable remedy taken internally, treating (he disease governments were a unit on (he ques- tion.- in'closicg. he. remBrked that the DnrmnEoa government, in reply to quest'on put by him, had stated that'the federal authorities bave no power under existing regulations io prevent the export- of natural gas. Mr. Borden carried out hisl promise to hand pvtr tip. natural re- sources, the provinces would at the. present-lime-lave full, authority to deal with this important matter. PREMIER BOIiDE.V REPLIES Jlr. .Borden in reply, said it was not becoming oi '3Ir. Bucbanan to complain1 because in 1S05, when the two 'r.ew provinces were created, the Liberals had-opposed-giving the.lands to the provinces. _ They had decided to gfre- money, despite tbe efforts ol tie opposition cf that day to the question definitely. As a' result oi the policy of tie government oi that day, circumstances have arisen which plare tnany cZiffiGuIties in the way of brinjins the Conssrvjtive pol- icy iato effect. These included .the de- sire of .the maritime provinces to be "in Uie event ot the crn provinces receiving both land and money as had been proposed by the "hrss prairie provinces. Mr. Borden intimate! that this proposal was cot satisfactory and there would have to be- further inquiry and consideration. He assumed that Hie provinces bad really put it forward as a basis of future negotiations. THEY COME HOME TO ROOST Sir Willrid l.aurier declared that sorce ol Mr. Borden's chick-ens were corning home to roost. He rizd dis- covered that it was easier to talV in opposition than to male good "the promises when in power. These prom- ises hid bcfn made, bowerer, without reserve, ar.o' it was expected that be fulfilled. He thought the trouble was (bat wbtn Mr. Hor- den made bis pledge be ilia not ex- pect to bo called upon to keep it so soon. HOLDS SAME VIEWS STILL Sir Wilfrid intimated that his own iri regard to the matter are the same as those held by him in office. He was willing then to ne- gotiate on tbe basis ol ali natural __ FOR SALE Cheap, one secoud banil Upright In ptana make case; eisr pay- Eients. Mason RJech Ltd, 6 FOR fiJtcben range wJtU water Iroat, nearly new. 435.06. Ap- ply B. B. 550 3th St. 42-0 FOR band I'layer Pi- ano In perfect condition; a snap for socle one. Mason Risen. FOR speak now for your Cola Potatoes and Marquis Wheat Fsrn Products Ltd., TO pjramlses on 6th St recently occupied'by tbe Davidson Metal Col will be to suit tenant it latia.'aetcry lease Is arranged for. Apply C. B. Agency. Acniih Bldg trie light. furnaVc, hoi And cold wnt er. storm sashes and door, in lent condition; renUJlS per Apply S47 7th walcb fob with; mnaotram "M. 11. M." con- In of B. A. Co. 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