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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 THE LETHBRID.GE DAILY HERALU PAGE FIVE p. A. Buchanan's Speech in Debate on the Budget (Kioni IliitisaiU, 17). , ci>;islitiicnry was dioiight suloken in Jll-. W. A. Hucliatiiiii (Medlcitif IMI (. Wlicii wr mpt In CalRnry t-o Hat,): Mr. Speaker, we liavc iusit iifi- the iwnouiit^ lo hi-. raisil I hat' ;i seat in the told tliul Iho world is iiuderKoint? a Alb'-riii I.c^islat life.is sparsely popn-j chanRe. 1 lliink that, not, nrilv is tlie lat.eii, and not to be conipared with : world \indcr(;oinp; n'chaiiKC but tlial, a seal in Uie lej^iitlaliire of Ontario a.s individimis, inatiy of us are unilor- or Quebec : tlie number of people are Koinn L'liant;es too. 1 am not inaliliiR few, and the t^^rritory is lari';e. The that observation for the purpose of soutjiern pari, ot the prowiiie of .M-' applyinR it to mv lion, iriend (.Sir bcrta had been allotted i.2.M>,i)00, and Otrorgc JALster), lieeiiuse I rcali/e that ; we tliouRbt Taber was not In posi-bince this war commenced 1 have ^ t.ion to raise more than $;i,*>(in. Mr. changed my viewpoint on nianv sub-, .Speaker, that constituency, whieh bad jects. We are developing the hiRbesl \ come lo the (iovernment of Canada ideals of citl7.cnshlp, and oul of this Mast year fr)r assistance, raised over war will come a better Canada, a j .$10,0i'i() for the Patriotic l-'mid. M'hal bottler lOmpirc, and, I hope, a bet'er | is evidence oi the generosity of our world. people ; il is evidence not only i,i With what Ibe Minister of Trade tl'ci'- generosity, hut of their belief ;'i and' Commerce has said about the f''' ri.nJilnoas cause for winch Canad.i war, ami about the pogituui that, a"'' H"'' are fightins. Canada shouKI lake , iti eonne.'lionj | ;,, ^nre the MiiMster of Kinanie with it, I am in accord. 1 think our j will be anxious to learn the view ot oul.iro energy, our e.very thougbl, ti,,- people of that seetion of Ihe should be disvotied to the winmnR of eountrv in regard lo war taxation, this war and tluit there .should |)e Ihe -pi,,. people there are- iirepared lo moat active participation of I'anada ^ear their share of Ihe burdens of this In the war with respect lo both re~ war, but they want the taxation plac-Kourcc? ami men. We must abandon ,.,| upon the people who ean bear it the petty things of partisanship, |,est, and I would sav to the :\linis-manv of the Ihings al)Out which Ihe xcr of Kinaiiee thai in fixing the tax-hon. Minister of Trade and Commerce alion lie should keep thai tact in has spoken. I come from a .section ot niinil. In mam- icspecl.s I am in ac-country inhabited by people who are i.(.| liy alwa\- UriiiLT I51iie Uibbon Tea today, lliiiiiigli the action of the Onv-| cent. As lonu; ;,s surli a coiidit ernmeiil, to secure an advance upon|ists there v. ill be a drmaiid ir niers of Ontario uere |)uyiiig an aver--age rate of iiitiTesl of per cent, while the fanner:- of Weslern Canada were paying an average rale of !1 peU iiKlilion CN-oni luir Finest Farmers' it, every farmer in the Comiuon-wealtli of Australia is in a position loi bis crop, no matter whether it leaves | farmers ten' some alleviation. They Ihe Coiiimonwraltb of Australia or 1 are deniaiiding and uill continue tu not. I lirsi came across the position 1 demand some eliani'i' in our banking takei. I'-- the (.'oiiimonwealth of Xus-j ,system. The fanner uaiils to be in a tralia in a report made lo the He-j position to M'l-iiie small sliort-term lie is in)l in that posilioii at ime, 'I'rne, the amendment to e;- ie Australia. I do not want to ] Uie Hank .\ei will ,i.->sist in a small read the whole of this article, but 1 ; wav. liiil tin- I'anuer w;ints that as-feel that llie House is entitled toisistance in laii;e way. We canr.ot know the position taken by Australia ! expect � great movenn-ut of iiiimigra-on this imiiortant matter. The ar-'tion into Itie Westein Pvuvinees until paitiiient nf Trade and t'oiumeree ly , loans. I Mr. Ross, the Canadian Commis.ii.ri-; Hiis tii this sitiiatioii i- relieved. We may talk about penple coining to Canada after the war. we may iinagiiie the lAPE'S OIAPEPI FOR INDIGESTION OR SOOR, ACID STOMACH IN FIVE MINUTES! NO DYSPEPSIA HEARTBURN OR ANY STO. ACH MISERY Sour, gass.v, nusct stomach, indiges-(ioii, lieurtbinii. dyspeiisia; wliea (lie food you cat reniii'iits into yases and tlubborn lumps; your head aches and .vou let'l sick and miserable, that's wliun yon realize Ihe magic in Pape's DIapopsiii. It makes all stomach misery vanish in rive minutes. If your Klomnch is in a continuous revolt.-If you lanl get It regulated, lilcasp, for your saUe, try Pape'.s IJia- their livca if need be. I should like to lipreted it, is that the concerns engag-] pepsin. It's so needless to have u Convoy to the House the iwling which ' ed 'in the maniiiuctiire ot munitions i bad stoniacb-make your itext meal a exists In the section of Canada from j sliould be compelled lo pav mf.-.'h favorito food meal, then take a little which I come. I know there has been ! more than tliev are being asked to', Dl-lipepsin. There will not bo any f ^'"^ organi7.atioii~ ment bv the banks, of advances on I "'-^^ embraces praclica Iv every account' of the linal realization. (Ini!"'"' "P"" l'"; f^''"'^ ''cse pro\- Vicloria this .advance is two shillings ^ ""^cs And they represent farmeis oil sixpence per bushel). The balance ot, �''^''i'i ''I'"'"'' ,!!' the realization is to be paid ,, J Ihn; Hou:�- i la. fai mers w ho take pai i later than fourteen days from thei'n.ll'l' ''icctmgs ot llie t nited b arm- .viiiiouL us noriieis, suin wni.ui, us i , . ....... ,,,i:i;n,il the owners desire lo sell or to have ; I'l'^ ^'f ,^''^^ ' Il s'T iold at a price dependent on the ul-|l'"":'*. ' r^/. i' r',v/, .,-s , f thnalc d.i averaU.values at porti-aU-- H^'iJ'^?.,,!,::;^" jrHir^Lrm- closing up of the scheme. If practic- "^f^ .-^'i"'''';', H-u would md tleiu able a further advance will be made .,.Hii.nu.nt hers ol this House. 1 hey ate able "'r'', J. !.....,,,.iM..,.- H,, .,.,.,-1.- nr n>cn. thinking men, and they know I'lach stale undertakes the work ot . i -, , i, i i,..vn ^ read a part of it. It is written lo in ex- and easy stvle, but it tells vbicir ''^''''^^ t'''' f''-^''"'^''^ ,\lhcrla are ^ tliinkiiig ; slings, Each state will ship wheat for' overseas sale as mav be directed liv"^'",''. ' the Australian W-heat Board w-ill allot charters lo each state on i the basis of the available exportable I Oh, Mr. Borden, we give you lull surplus ot grain in each stale. i.credit for all Ibe good things that .\gents appointed in Victm-ia to Jou have done or are .lieing, we know handle wheal shipped, will he allow- that at Hie present time responsibil-ed for the complete'work not more: i^.^ ''f^l^ heavy upon your shoulders do but that ,, . ..... on not ihis marketing proposition, we know New Laid Eggs per doz., 50c Finest Cambridge lausage - 20c Place your Order early, as there is a great demand for our Special Sausage ed for the complete'work tb rei are The rotar'ha\'idling\-liargcrtTrex-^ "fP ,S'^'"i.'? " �.']"'"''= ceed 31d. per bushel. For wheat ''"-,-, u- Finest lan one hali-pennv per bushel plus a"'' thai you are tr\ ing hard lo ik a.s-onable handling expenses, and in i the right thing for the. iMupue, bu' > case and under no circumstances i'^^'''C'l your Government tell us thai shipped the charges will he propor-, that you are not sincere, and porlionatolv reduced for the benelit of 1 that you are controlled by pow- the pool. ' ! ers that he "that are not working The Australian Wheat Board, con- ""' hest interests of the people." sisiing of the Prime Minisler of the ^now that you are aware that Commonwpallb and the Ministers of the Canadian farmer is paying from .Vgricultnre ot the states concerned is''^^ to .id per cent, more than the Am-to control and direct all overseas i^iican farmer for his macliiner.v. We sales of grain, and from time to time '*''"^^' that you are aware that he is to fix the price at which grain mav i Paying .10 to .'ifl per cent, more tor be sold bv the slates to millers tor Ka�"lene and many other ot his ncces-' gristing for local consumption. The lilies. And we know that you are functions of the board will he dis- iiware that American market!? arc ............................ ,................, Ibc Prime Minister of the t"'tt'^'t sit supinely back and fail to ing slates. The expenses of the hoard,'''* a hand to remedy the wrong, ultimatel>- Burns' Ideal the greatest ci-2l the appointment of agents for sale of cargoes and parcels for export sales. The Commonwealth ot .\uslraliii did That was Ihe view exitresscd by the president in his address to the United Farniers ot .Mberta, a gathering, J presume, ot seven or eight hun-! dred farmers, delegates from unions i lliroughoul that country. These men are noj, Grits, neither are they Tories ; they arc iarmcrs. The longer this 51b. Package CA^ each---- HUFNER The Shoeman Beside Mer, Bank the coming months to the party of enl time. In my constituency, on the whieh mv lion, friend is a member. Goose Lake branch of tlw Canadian Hut mv 'hon. friend must not tcirgel Northern railway, which covers the that imposing this tax for the put-' territory from the Red Deer river pose of developing the apple industry | east to tlie Saskatchewan boundary, of Hrilish Columbia, he is laying a up to tlic beginning of this year onlv irrs'a burden upon the people ot the sligl-lly over 2,00(1,(100 had been ship-prairie proviniws, " ' " "" " " and they have bur-! ped out ot a crop of over 1,'),000,000. Hon. members ai'R aware that the farmers of that section of the coun- aoop dens enough to bear al the present time. We have been advised by the Prime :Minister, and by others , try have been in more or less strail-Ithroughout this Dominion, to prac-: ened circumstances tor the^asl two tis.c economy as individuals. Thci, ot three years. This crop was a t'Od-Minister of Finance also urged the send to them, and thev wanted to same thing in his budget speech the raise the money as soon as possible other day. 1 presume that he also in order to mi>et . their obligations, meant that we should practice econ- for which thoy were being pressed-on omy in the administration of the at-1 every hand, hut they cannot meet fairs ot Canada. 'Pho iMinister of i them because they cannot dispose of Tijule and Commerce (Sir Creorge j c---, -r -^-v---...-, Foster) made mention ot patronage i tonight, and expressed himself as he : believed. He expressed a view which 1 have held tor a consiilerahle length of time. I have even come to the conclusion that r would much rather remain ill Opposition than becomo a supporter of a Government and have to handle patronage. During the war at all events, I think the entile patronage system shpuUl bo wiped out of this country, for it moans that ' the money of the people of this country is being wasted. I know that, and I am goint; lo lie candid about it. 1 hope that the ilinlstrr of Trade and Commerce will induce the member.s ot the Government to put into,uOiccv,the not-confine its elf oris within the ii,,-i troyernmcnt delays meeting the needs its of the Commonwealth, but pro-\'^^