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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN TJIB X3Sn%iUDGE DAILY Speaker Fears Grand Opportunity is Being Giveii Capitalists . to Float Watered Stock Con-' cem in Canada. Iea that the subject was of national importan'ce and ttmt h� was leaving tor the west tonlglit, R. h. Richardson, Springfield, was allowed hy the Commons thia altemoon to put his quesMoin to the eovemment (li 'regard .to the proposed British Kli^pire Steel merger. This merger, h6 urged, was advertised as going to be �the Wgg08.t Industrial concern in the empire and wouj-d vie with the re the commit-n6inical laws which could iiot be overcome by parliament's action. Ho quoted iSrom circulars to show that men behind mergers euch as this were in the habit of giving proapective investors details as to the tariffs, to , ibe enjoyed in countries they would deal with. This had the effect of giving their stock a fictitouB sort at T-alue. The capitalistsAvould hot relish any interference with their plans alons such lines. Wages, Dr. Clark, remarked, had to be considered in their relation to rent, to what they would purchase, ' and to ithe number of hours worked. Liabor members of the British parliament had studied the question for years and were convinced that protection' had done nothing for the wage earners oi the United States. Had it done anything, they would no doubt had urged its adoption long ago. "There Is only one way to handle It; get rid of protective tariff,:* finished Dr. Clark. 0 WITiUTm When you go to a physician to be examined for any heart trouble one of the first questions he-asks la: "Are you short of breath?" Ntow, when the heart becomes affected there ensues a feeling of a choking sensation, a shortness of breath, pal-pitatS^, throbbing, frreguJai; beating; smotherings' sensation; dizziness and a weak, sinking, all-gone feeling of oppression and anxiety. On the first sign of the heart becoming weakened or the nerves unstrung Milbum'a Heart and Nerve Pills are just the remedy you require. They regulate and stimulate the heart, and strengthen and restore the whole nerve system. Mr. Stephen Grouse, Bast Clifford, N.Si, writes:-"I suffered for five years with heart trouble. I coul^ hardly walk from the house to the bani without resting as I used -to get bo short of breath. Doctors could not helji me. Wy wife told me to get a box of Mllbum'b Heart and Nerve Pills ' and I felt better after taldng Uiom; three boxes made me quito well. I am now helping my. son to work tho farm, and can truthfully say I'feel like a different .man,"   ^ > M�.i^|feViALL.HE� .,!f.J > oewgvNDS Iri AQREEMCNtW .;. rffrv-_r- ' v# ? nO^tkMhV, M,ay 4.^4, rtAK%m > tary ^iijjriieeia^nt conceding all ,f 4 Jap^�se.demajid8 was signed i > by :regfte�M>tati\'cs of the Sib' *4 ? erlcan itWadlvostok governmoiit;^ ? and the Japanoso, 'Vprll 29,'it anose 'ioewsptiper here. , ^ � � RADICALS BUSY IN SPAIN VALENCIA. Sprain, May darmerie-are ^patrolling the streets|^ here following disorders which occurred in the market districts yestenlay. The police 'clashed several times with agitators during the afternoon and evening. Many pamphlets were distributed among the crowds by radlcfils during the'disturbti^jciik' < , and bells A qcene of tUo cro^-d outside St. Otbment's Danes, whc.-o the R6v. W. Penulngton-Bicktord dlstrtbtttad orangeji lemdhS to tlKi children .who helped to ring in the'now poal of b^lla. The tune will now, bo played on:.tiie.ohucca by means', of the carillon attachment. < ' Accept "CAliforula" Syrup of iJ^igs only-^loak for the name California on. the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless physic lor the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fi-ulty taste. Full directions on* each .bottle. You must say "Califomia."r- Advertisemeat, NAVY CUT 4 Preferred by Leaders of Men- VVherever you go - Canada, England, India, any part of the Empire - leaders in the business world, in thesocial world, in the athletic world all smoke Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes! They prefer Player's, because in no other Virginia cigarette at any price can they find such perfed cigarette satisfaction. Among smokers, a cigarette is judged by its smoothness, its fragrance, its mildness and its CONSISTENT high quality. That is why men prefer Player's! 17 ;