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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LITHBfriDGt! DAfLt.'HEKALP 'SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914 other kanh mineral tin i tat Dr. Indian thoutwMh. Uw Dr. Indian Root FRECKLES Pont Tlum With a move Them With The Othine Preicription This prescription for the removal ot frfccklea was written by a prominent physician and is usually so successful frecfcles and giving a clear, beautiful completion that-it by druggists under piarantee to refund the monej if It fails J Jton't hide freckles under a Tail, set an ounce of oth'ne Bud re EOie tiem the nrrt fen -appji cations snould ahoiv a wmideriiil iui prorement wme ot the llsbter leJ vanishing entirely Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength ottimo, it is this that is sold on the monev back guarantee J. Hlgiabotham i Co.; Limited. EAT LESS IF KIDNEYS HURT TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS WHEN BACK IS ACHING OR BLADDER BOTHERS The and women must guard constantly against Kldnev tr6ufcle, because eat too much aad our food IE rich Our blood flil ed with uric the XHinftfE etrne to filter out then Treaien, from OTerworlc, become sluggish; the elim- inatiTC tlsanei clog; and the result is kidne> trouble, hladder -weakness and a general decline in .health When, your kidneys feel like lumps otHead, TOUC back hurts or the urine full of sediment or are obliged to seek relief or tbrse times during the night, if jou suffer Tltb, sick headache or nefvous acid Etoraacli, or you hare rhsunmtlsm whemthe weather Is bad get from your pharmacist about Jour ounces- of Jad Salts, take a table- spoonful m flats of "water for fen days and your act GM This {am ous salts is madft from thtt aold of and lemoa iuice, vlth hthU, and has been Tised for seneratioEs to and stimulate cloggcU neutralize the acids in urine it no longer is a source 'of irritation, thus ending, bladder...'Disorders. Jad ;Saltsifs.inexpensive, cannot in- jure, Htbia-water" bisverage, "and belong an .because nobody can make a mistake M laving a good Vidtiej flushing anj time. J D Hig iflbottiam Co {DRUNKENNESS Is a cnrable discue, wbich Heat men t. Toe 01BINE tmtnmt can fee confidence.- It for bear other Can be -givisa in home No >anltarlum expense. Ko. loss' froin.-work. Can he MTen tr after a trial you fall fo get an} neneflt from Its utfa your money irlll In turo forms: No i aecret treatment, a povder; OE- RINE.KS. 2.. in pill form, for those iwhb desire, .to i treat- nettt.. Cottfi onlj; 11.00 a box. Come In and tafc orer'the matter us. 'Ailc fBr booklet. Red Cnwj Drut t Book Store, at., Acadla Block, Third SOUth. Give chick grit for flrit It .advisable to feed chick food for the first two -weeks. Where .commercial chick food Is not ceed feed stale bread crumbs, rolled or granulated oat meal. Following is the Haniard'report of the speech made by W. A. Buahimau of Meoioine Hat constituency during tie budget, debate: Mr. A. Buchanan (.Medicine Mr. Speaker, my hou, friend from Brandon (Mr. who. has just, takeu bis seat, IH a distinguished lawyer, ft man who has had a .wide experience at She bar in pleading wiiih a bad foundation, and I think tcday that he has shown.himself to possess much the character of the law yer'.who, when he did not Tiave a good in io criticise and attack the other side. ,Mr., Aikinsi not the _hon. gentleman, to some eiteni vith the I have expressed con cerning -wheat and agriculture? Mr. Buchanan; W-hat I want to deal with in-tesard to the hon. mem- ber's remarks concerns his statements %uth reference -Governments attitude on .wheat and the redaction of the dat> en agriculture implements But ibeiors coming Ut tliat I would point out a few things for the consideration, of the hon. member. He "has in western Canada a good deal longer than I have and he knows something about the history of thai cojotn pnoi to lS9t> he kfioWs something about the history of western from to the preaenv Ume He knows chat western Canada was stagnant m 1896 and that it did-not commence to develop until tlie Liberal party came into .power in 1S9G and progressive im- migration polio. The iwople who have.come.into .western Canada in re-' cent years have rolhe as the result in the policy of the Liber- al .Government .and. -the development of western Canada is due to the policv of' that fJeweTnuient. .When that Government saw the hundreds of thou- sands of. farmers Voom they had brought into that country were -pro- ducing more grain, than was needed in Canada and the mother-laud w ere wiae.enough, to introduce a trade mea- sure which would have, been greatlv to tbe benefit of these people, which would' have increased the prosperity of Canada, and would1 ha've "baen an inducement in bringing more settlers my hon fnend to the country tpeakl of-tfe .recuro ui tha late government and that did little or nothing for western Qtnadav 1 to tpat there was Canada until the time' -whe'n the meht party- flame- into -power in 1886. The hon. gentlajnau also-.-asserted that Ihe Liberal Qoverument nad done notjung to encourage industnes to gft to western fcaDada and establish themselves there." Let 'me tell him that a great many ind- stries ha-e gone_1nU> -western Canada in recent Teare.'.but.they havelheeii the indus- tries that were warranted by the con- ditions', existing ?n that country. They foave been Che 'Industries which could utilize the raw materials which' are at hand in western Canada. The Con Government have been in power since 1911', and 'I'would ask the hon. gentleman what Government have done to encourage industries to go into western Canada. -They. Save done nothing more tb'att. the; late Government did from .1896 to 1911. Industries will go into western Can- ada when the_people are .prosperous, when and when the Liberal port> came into povei in for the construc- tion of the Crow'i Nut and theie was some provision iu the stat uto under, which freight rates ''were regulated and under w hicb the rates were reduced compared with what the-j had been in tie vast. That erhment aiso established the Rill way Oommiesion, and whatever achieve- ment is it neceitary for to refer to ou tlie part or she-late Government thau tlie wtublishWnt of Hie Rail- way Commission; which has done more to regulate. the railway rates and to remove the of the people wilh. respwt to the tranaport ation question than anrthinfe that 'was e-.er dons durinr the entire. regime of the Consen-ative party, from 1878 to !S96. Mr. Aikuis: 1 would aak tlie hon. gentleman if the Hallway Commission it for the benefit ot.tho whole of Can- ada and not particularly for that of Canada. Mr. Buchanan It certainly is for the benefit of fche whole-of Canada admit at the same Ume it has done a great deal for western Canada. The honv gentleman, speaks AS -though the .Railway Commission had done nettling whatever for the relief.of western Canada. What about the recent decnion In the height rates case before the Rtilwav Cora miss on9 That a victorv for tie two Liberal Governments of western .Sask- atchewan tad engaged counsel to appear before the Railway Commission and -present the case for these As a result of that has been i substantial re- duction ia rates; The Liberal Gov- ernments of these two provinces are entitled'to every "credit for making the case 36 strongly before the .Rail- way Commission. The lion, sentleman has no use for the National Transcontinental railway But it seems to me that the existence of the Kational Transcontinental rall- .way has had something to dof.and will ha-ve something to, do. in the future bringing about a. reduction--in railway rates and that competition which we-so'-much need in western Canada: The' party looked niany-Tftars: ahead when they decided! upon the policy of.creating al Transconticental railway. They were far-seeing enough to believe that western Canada would. !ha.ye' a.; popula- tion of millions-. people in. a very few years if their immigration .policy and their proposed -tariff .changes were carried out. They saw that this railway -was a neoessiay and they brought it into existence! History Trill jyiove that tho Liberal tliu a "wise tbing 1n inaugurating that groat railway policy, and history will also prove tihat the.road will be'of inesti- mable benefit to both western and eastern Canada. Now, I. want to dJeal.with some points in. reference to matters of vital interest to- western Canada. The tariff changes which have. "been brought flown bring no cheer, to the people of the West, r do not want to speak in this House from a section- al standpoint I am a Canadian, I live in western Canada, but I was born in eastern and I am just as ansipuc for the development' of the East as I am for the development of the West, because I believa.that} Canadlana who had gone to the United States, and people from the old land and from central Europe hat been a great benefit to eastein pa nada, an well as tcrwottern Canada. The attitude taken 'by mam of our friends on the other tide ot the Houie rellthe to the tariff changes 11, In effect, that we should not Interfere' tilth the protection which is ghen to the Canadian manufacturers, and also that should not pay any heed to the of. the.farmers for tariff relief 1 think is the line of cleavage betweeiv the Liberal party and Uie 'Conservative party in; this counti-j toda> It would seem that the can go to this Goy eminent, their case, con- vince ihe Government, without any difficulty that what thej saj is right and what Jhej aik for will be done by the Qoverument But wlien tlie of many thousands of farmers come to Ottawa and pre- sent their case, asking for tariff re- lief, requets 'are not granted be- cause the presentation of the case On behalf of the manufacturers has more inHuehce "with tile Government than the presentation farmers' case We find that in connection with tlie demand for-free wheat. We are told tint freewh'eat will ruin "the milling industrj of this countrv, whioh is piuut the millers luue the ear of .the Government -0 a far greater ence ;with have far greater the Government the farmers vrino ask for free wheat. We are told that the farmers in eastern Canada are not asking for. free but I.hive met a great many farmers in.OnUrio since I came down to the session of I happen to hare.met a good man> more Liberals'. than and I find the> a.je, all in faiour of free wheat the sentiment of the farfners of Ontario IB just as stronjtly 'avom of free wh'eat as IB the sentiment of tha west- era farmers. .The. only trouble with the eastern that he is tied up pretty tight with Jiis parts and he s hit party wherevet it goes even if he thinks it, is wrong, on re, ciproo1t> or on free wheat But the western firmer up "with anj political parti, and he is going to stand by the parti which stands by tne fanners, and stands the things which he congiders are to his benefit The western Can ada want free is heat, Because tlie} be- he-ie it would be aavantage to have free wheat We were told oy bhe Consei itives during the re sf 1SU, that if cattle and hogs were admitted free in to the United State's it would not mean anv improvement for the Can adian fariuc That 'was the1 argu ment'of Conservative speakers in western Canada and I presume the! used the same a-gument in the east But -what did -ne.fmd' The tariff was bj W United Statei, and there was free entrance into the United States markets for cattle and and there was free entrance into the other live stock, and 'the price of these animals in Canada went up at once, and there was a. demand for them In the United States markets. The Min-- ister ot Trade and Commerce is strons advocate of mixed farming, and he often tells us w-e should adopt that the weit ulU not benefit from freo wheat, he that tho Consen- AtiveH know M.little "about it as 'they dWIri 1911, when th'oy said the United SUtw market would be of no adtaut age to the Canadian farmei for his cattle and. hogs and the other live clock he laises l believe that the Canadian opposing the demands of-. fanner fo- free wheat aud free agricultural implements', Is making a vital mis tike. I believe lie 'Is injuring himself and that he is jeopardizing, the con- tinuance of protection in flue count becausfi when the western Canada find that ever} attempt make to get which tliey .consider will be of great benefit to them is opposed by the eastern Canadian uianufacuuei, -who IB listen ed to the eminent which him, the> are not going to be content under.such a system of Government In ,1911 If the manufacturers of this countrj bad had the rlphc kind of on, would leal- ixed' that it was to their advantage, to support recipiocitj, because it met the demands of 'ho farmer and mild hw e appeased him, and the manufacturers would not lune been vei much injured, if at all But Iney opposed the tarmer they were behind the campaign which caused the defeat of reclprocitj and now thej are behind tlie demand that Tree -wheat shall not be to the farmers, aud that free agricultmal Implements Hftall not be itled for the relief of the farmei s taking that attitude the% are antagonizing the farmeis EJJd are creating regulating Kidney sand Bowels and toding up the system. If jou iuffetwito. Indigestion, DvspeDsia, oour Stomach Belching, Gas on the Stomach' Heart Pains Eitn.g, take "fruit a hves a box. 6 for Oo, tiial sue, 250, at all dealers of From Frmt-a-tn es Limited, Ottawa, iiiarkets what farmer needs, and these be'Oi grrat uetiefit. particularly to the? farmers of West One -of the chief points in cbn- Tiectloh wltir Tree- 'entry of ''wheat into the States is that the grades in United. States are un- questionably.'better-than thej. Canada. this community as nothing 'else could do it. The actual result of-my- attempt to market this ..wheat in Alberta, how- erci'j. was'tb'-get No. '2 .'grade on 'a large part-of'it, and ft jtrice_not .ex- ceedihg sixty cents" for most of it on are iu i thc'itrack.'at the nearest shipping station. No 'wonder American fami- i who bought Cauidian lands oo I have before me a letter addresaed to a Canadian newspaper by an American wlio Js largely interested in farm liiuds in who relates his experience during the past season. In this letter he Coffers an. illustration of the value of the grading in the "CJniteo1 States co'riipared with t'he value of the grading jn ;iand that grading roeaiu so' far "as increased prices are concerned. Even if there were no difference between the 'prices discussing the question, of freo wheat jijnneapolis the prices in AVi and I intend to proceed by pointing out contradictions in the re- marks of the ihon. member for Bran- nipeg, this letter this has often been proved 'in :the House and throughout the in ie- don (Mr. Aildns) this con I ect of g-adi, g aicne the Canadian tradictfons which have appeared quite ins in his prominently in a number of speeches j letter tnjs gentleman sajs r. A. the development of. the whole coun-.. there is a market for their thing for Canada, This in order to induce I ot farming in the weaL I] made by members on the hcn gcntleinan that it side. They argue that the free en uriter ,ds jortunate enough f a burapei crop of people and Indu.trtes to go into era must adopt a policy that, will bring -about contentment and prosiperity. Another thing that I thought West and for ;the East. .That e attitude I want to .take in (Ha- Ke matters this evening. somewhat the late Government was the .hon. gentleman's statement-thai they had done nothing to reduce freight" "rates In western Canadav In the second session after This Woman Knows How D. D. D. Cures Skin Trouble! (This letter -is just "Toronto, l "I.'am the mother of tv-'slve children. I tdpk a, bad -leg at the birth 6E my I was laid up five weeks, lyith'a doctor attending me does riolhing .but treat 'this kind of skin disease ngo 1 heard- of B, IV D. As I used to tear my leg1 at until it was a bleeding ranas I boUIs'of D.-.D. D.. T can't you 'the eaee H'gare me. I never with the pain, a .time: I nearly fell w-itb dizziness from wtht of ileep; my leg -is- corn- ed D. D. 0. I never expected a cure. T only got D. D. D. to take the terrible itch away; But by degrees I the big sore getting smaller. I have -a thankful heart today. M'RS. STITT, S3 Gillespie Ave. .West Toronto. cures of 0.D.D. are past belief. AH druggists have this soothing, cool- ing wasii and also the efficient D.D.D.' Skin Soap. Come in 'and we. wil] Mil you the flr_st full size bottle on the guarwitee atop the 'itch at once or j We in tie West have complaints, and Bult, Ii3sc j.ear was year in compiainte which are justified by j the of the -province Alberta that enough were raised to sup- ply the local demand, in that province, and indeed there were hogs raieed in excess of the local' demand. In one week, from October 6 'to October 13, 1913. Just subsequent .to the Wilson tariff coming Into effect; shipped out of tlftt province to the city of Seattle. Prior to the Wil- son tariff, the price. of hogs in my distrkt had dropped to about five cents per pound, the lowest price ever reached, simply because the province had-prodliced more, under mixed farm- ing meUiods, than It. could consume within its own bounds, and there was no organization by which the surplus coutd be shipped out to meet tlie de- mand in other parts of the country. But just as soon as the Wilson taritt went into effect, tile price of hogs good idea that mised farming trance of wheat into the United States I whoat on hmi Uberta 'e hid should be adopted wherever it is prac- markets would-not enhance the pi Ice ]es taken from the gial tlcabic, and mixed farming hae of---------J------J late years beeu largely adopted in western Canada. And, with what, re- existing conditions, and t am surpris- ed to find seme hon. gentleman op-j posite belittling thera. From 1896 to present day. the development of; weutera has besn the cause jof the prosperity and of tho rest of Canada.' if More jiad no settlemenis going into western Can- ada from 1896, or if there had, baen I only the same amount of settlement that there wae between 1878 and 1896, what would that have meant to east- ern Canada? It would have that in eastern Canada, tbcrg woiiid have prevailed tiift same c'WdU'ons which prevailed be! ween 1S78 anil 1896. 1" maintain that the bringing into western Canada of thousands thousands of people from'ftlj'.over'Jlie world to the fertile lands of that part of more to brlns abdivtpndustriai: pros- perity in and.the flr_st tfip.t _ p.t it your money refunded. .._.. J. D.'-Higinbotham Co., Limited, I up, thinks to Alta. D.D.D. Soap Keeps Your Skin Healthy Aakft nljtlv.rtmf Jtfor eauaKeoUl mi. nmmiriiii the West aud tbo icts railroads would not suffer. No is going to_ argue thai, all the wheat cf western. Canada would ho sold .in the.United States markets; sreat quantity of it would go eastward''as usual. As I-have said, 1, do .-not see anything in .the. argument that frea w-heat would'1u any way injure tlie transcontinental railroads, or, that the United Statftc market Is not of any value to tlie'jjbopl'e of this country. One thing about-, the United States market -wMcii forgot la that witb the advantage of a market at hand in 'which the fanner could aell.'nls wheat.if'hc wanted to, the'ftgricultural aiid.firflln-gi'ow'Iiig.ln- duntrietf nf western Oannda would he, 'mpai barrier i could carloads of my .wheat direct to'Roch- ester not: only ..getting the premium which would juv me f but also A'heita in nothing else ed with the handicaps placed on their efforts by the present Canadjan Gov- ernment, (Continued on opposite Your Hair Needs Parisian Sage IT QUICKLY- REMOVES DANDRUFF, STOPS 'FAtLING HAIR AND SCALP ITCH. .Tust because your hair le full o! dandruff, thin, streaky, dull, and never w 111 do up to look pretti do not think It must be 'so. fluffy, lustrous Beautiful hair, thick, and absolutely free from dindraff is only a matter of a. little rail. Hair -k llko a. it needs attention little Pinsian Sage one of the most helpful and invigoiitinr tonics, frequently iiiplied and well rin-bed in- to tlie scalp will work wondcis Just one application stops Itching head, re- moves.dandruff, cleanses' the hair and scalp of all dust and excessive oil. It goes rlglit'-to the Jialr .'foots stimulat- ing thorn, and furnishing the ment that is needed tho hair be- comes soft, .fluffy, abundant and rad- iant Avith life Parisian Sage not only saves tho arid stimulates It to. grow long and heavy but gives It that Incompar- able gloss and beauty so'-mucli desired by both sir's and women ot all ages. Get a bottle from your, druggist at once Use it as directed and If -vou, aic not both surprised -rntt with results he will return your mon- Parisian Safe is faintly perfumed- no lasting not- sticky or greasy, and is sol'd in 50 cont bottles s and toilet counters everywhere. There other lust 16 good Accept DOES YOjUR STOMACH CONTAIN A GLASSFUL OF ACID? 96 100 DYSPEPTICS HAVE DANGEROUS ACID IN THEIR WHICH MUST BE NEUTRALIZED IF Cjobb is tie MAIN TA1NED, Tf >ou linld teaspoonCul of hydro t-hlorlc acid In jour niojitb foi only ft second you would bo surpilRcd its burning and Inflaming alUthp us sues; yet ftn eminent specialist .stittoa of 300 dyBpoptlcs go about with a glassful 01 inoro of this power ful acid Iu tnelr sloinKchs, and then and the dU J o put wholf .what PHUDCS if q aohlms itimuKkted, .More mtrketi and wider >0mo iiiU- "u aclil atoiuach oub' IncieisM Ihe discomfoit because tho acid mixes the ficsh looil nnd turns it sour miking: i lot 1161 o acid Tlie. acid condition causes food 1'er- nichtatiou'rwlilcli .'Irritates, dlr.tends and inllames the 'toriilor'.- stomach lln- it Is not surprlsing.'.thnt. Inlists fea'y'iicld stomaclis nre danger- ous.1 decidedly inBcrous nnd uucolufbrtablb eohditlon can bo ovnr- 'edmo either, by rnllojvhig d strict diet oivHiid. this Is far caslor, arid more qi'.lckly effective, by lakiiig-' a tea- spoonful of bisurated magnesia in a quarter glassful or ineals to neutrallzo the Tlia-latter cotirfle is muJ' moi o salfstactorj lie tauso It coin cell tho addlty and'ban idhofl' illacomfort without any lietid diet. ;