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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE N1NK lethbridge Member Urges Branch Lines Out u( Immediate Ntwls of CaniulH, He .DwUres In Debute ;tl Otluwii During tho dUcimlon lu the llottie common, ol The bill lo lucorpur- the Canadian National Hallway W. A llui'.l.nau, M. P. for Lelhbridge. tlioko m follows, accordlue to tho Hansard reporl: Thoro have oeeu vttlod Inalaua- lioni, It nol cllrwl tUfcmenl.. lhal to. rilension ot lhe lime for Ibe construc- tion oj these brnncli llnw would------ udi. from remarks Inal It U evidently. optatoa al jome'bon ftntUnau that li Is In laleriJllj ol Canada way conduction In ite la ll lhe policy It, Ihli Parliament t. siy fesl ralldroftd wa- Iructlon should cease? UM-auiJ U lallroad eo'nitrucllon In is allowed' lo cease at this mcnt, Ihere will I'D a ri rceooj that hai ajreadr been In development' ot Ihjt territory. Lit me no back' to tie comncacemwl of Ue Jevclopmcnl of thnt. lorrllovy. dally lhe jroMl'devnlonBasnl thai look place unuer tho lalo Liberal Adoilnls- irallon. People'.Irom all of lhe uorld were attracted lo Western Canada; they werp promised freo land, biiil they weni" also .stored lhat ticy; would bo provWnd 'with transportation facilities Peoplci have been In o sec- or Albc'ftn "which 1 represent, tur afoul! teiTbr1 more years: Ihey liavu setlled on homestead lands, anil up lo present .moment they. from Ihlrly-rive'lo flfly or sixty miles Irom a railway. What will happen If branch lines are not constructed lu sucli sections? Those phonic will have ID Itavc Iho country Tlicrc ire no free lands ot any account lefi in i.r'n Canada, and us those lhal are Ml are being limited to stlllemcnl lor lhe soldiers! The natural IIHr.g la that moil ol- those people will drill to lhe L'nlled States from which they 'and consequently the money lhat was Biienl In bringing them Into and keening'.them In this country will Ire lost li It Is, Ihcretcrc, In lhe Interest'' of -'tho. development ol Western Canada' lhal. those .lines about brvnch Ih.t mentioned II is mil. especially !n lhe part ol Alb.rU from which I couio, and I can branch (0 tr.Mis- mrUUorJUcllllUs lor people who aro In ueed ol vr Iho'ieoilo will Bl once have to AIMclB anil fo to olhor placer lltujhl I POl'Jt out to bon. rnelaborl 1 mat111 Albert., from the main line Canadian railway south __ jaa at Ihu pre.1 railway U lhe t .c undflr thai I the Candlau Pacltlo aJl branch In I th4 Canadian N counlry lhat !t I know lie people have, been there for ten or wore "WoK tor n r.u- rosd. Tacj have t-w have cultivated lana. and lU.y hate their (rain railroad, but Iher -I" f tl.ue lo do thai unUsi railroads cciao a an lo ta ih. IrnmeO .wen that ftdta..! 'Torthern taot. ll h" i-alltd. illU with en- lerpriie- any o me .hat Ibli w.. no( be Inclined lo be in sympathy with Ihe n.lten.llKt1oi> ol this road Six DiTMons Aided By Two French Divisions Driving on Budapest Is true, torn, ol the old ollinu'- 2LI5M. lamWS. Whirwa. lhe C-anaolBn learns that tlio .rniy invading when 11 too. over tee I ondor Cea. Is pro- m HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY Gillett's Lye has long been regarded as a house- hold necessity because of the fact that it is useful fn so many ways, and so sattefactory in every respect that no woman feels that she can keep house without it. Makes the tinest kmd of soap for washing and cleansing. One can of G.lletts LYE EATS DIRT- Made In Ineii man or any per'on ta mi. c" Iry eiptclM lhe Oovernmcnt to lhat The Oorernment had to eiperlencei man at the h of the Sallon.l railway they al H. htad h n are rc.-ch vsons, ivision. amd Ik. ___ ol IbM have anllclptt- ctlon or brajiches or the Northern railway, and 40W since Ibe Government bat road, lhat thoio "naa Io do M roefla Md irii to lhe de- ..-.-t uncultivated CacUa, and vre can o provision of Irani will no dt.tauCM from rail e..... upon'lhe land unlesi inBT anurtil thai Ihey ere to be nroyJaea with IraniuorUllon That Blaeo In the dpvelopmenl 01 iVestertl Canada'U provide line.' In Ih6 couiilrv thdl Is lo be developed !n Ho nesr fulure. On many occasions in lils House I have tried lo qmjibaslie the I I lhal lhe development of Western rsnada Iho Increase In Its population and we.Hb, Bravery con.ld- "atlons 16 lhe East 11 the Wes does nol develop. It the prepared to share with the the construction ol railroads. lhe Canadian but had lone U Pacllic or Otmd would hav. th. charl.l U would Immedtalely that the Government had v' reaT attempt it hand, of .n oftlcl.l who wai In sympathy wllh prU.t. owner.hp. and H public ownerBBlp had lalled. ho hlame would have bean placed on tho ..lection m.d. by th. Th.relorer ll w.ll lor lhe Qov WC1I. n beaiy tiehtlnE- Czecho-Movali Iroops are followlc? on lhe rifihl wlntr or the Itumsnlan anny. The situation In IScssarabia Is eooil. [ere Uicre. are four Ituniinlan and additional Rumanian divisions In Mol- davia.-from-whence practically Hie whole of the lluinnnlan army whose spirit Is maBUiflccnl. was mobilised. Tba mllllary, Elluallon in tlumanla Is regarded as absolutely Rebel Desert. nLTDAPEST, May B.--Former Food WlnlilerCombon ol llic sovii-t govern- mont lied Jrom Ihls city wllh !ns family and has Joined '.Lc revolutlonlsu. Reports stale lhal he Al Calpin- Labor Session- Worker Urges Production For Ufie Only PREFERENTIAL TARIFF WITH WEST INDIES KLS'USTOS. Jamaica, May 6.--The lirlllsh Rovl-rninenl. having decided 10 give treatment lo NVest ndlan suEir. a new tarllt will be pro- ilrfd bv lhe eiccutlvs council ol Jaitalca'givIuE arlvenlEgcs D( a f.aniial nature to manufactured good) rcvouons. has declared bo abandoned Holshovtein ,-lh Grea and He cou" t, -I-ake. K u -aai lt pewlo of bulll! what Wild be lh tlrular in.rciuru, crnment lo placo la ot the Ooreromenl rallroaU 'a man who was acquaint )B'e Canablan Noilbern railway. who. In my ludimeLt, Is prepared lo give to the Bonlce ot Canada tho same abllily and energy that he would live to a jirlvBle corporation We ut to be ,lr and Jlvo him nn opporlunlly o jrovlnr hU merit. The Bill which Is Iwlore the Com-, milteo tonight Is merely carrying out i a policy thut was adopted by this lamenl. a policy In favour of laklns over lhe Canadian N'orlhern railway because it had failed to live up to Is obllgauoni- lo Ihls counlry. This measure provides tor lhe organization and administration ot the Canadian National railway, and surely the new Bv.tem requires provision tor its or- ganization and administration. As Ihls Is a Qovcrnment measure and as ,lhe railroa'd we are Inking iv now B Government railway, we shall have an oppnrlunlty In the future ol discus his railway; and II U 1S not b properly conducted, wo can so crlliclie tho Government- tias acciarcu uu wi becauw "Bela Klin acted lite u Caosar i discontent .upon lhe heads nnd would not take advice." Czect'.l.v., rtf ilio rcA-al cominiE j, Mar labor, represented in the persons ol various Calsnry Dolarlcs of Ihese two inihutions. heaped sugeestlons tor of lhe present Industrial am Irora Great Ilrllaln. IIAMH-TOK. Ont., May day 253 mouldera anil core-makers, employed Kerr and Coombs, Saw. yer-JIassey. Gerlskore Thompson, Can. in Iron, Oils and Stew, art and Mile companies, went on 6lrike for an Increase of wages from fO tq 75 ctBls an liour and nn day. nnd wouiu nut. torces are reporled williin 20 milts ol this clly. Special Comniillce Has Finished Un- der Railway Hoard llie'inemlir-rs or the royal commission on Industrial relations at lhe morning sitting Monday in the council room. or Ihu city hall. The proposed rente-1 dies ranged Tro'li one by John J.. Thomas ol Thomas. Jsniieson and Mc- Kcnzie 'contractors, to introduce Ih. competitive; system amons the em- nlovces ihcEselvcE, coupled wnn a iirorit-slmrlng arrangeraont. to a pro- poial by -Mrs. lean McWilllaml, 'cttl- zen io lake all the- property of the earth pile it In a heap and Invite everyone to help those nresc-nl were G. Sang- sler o.airnian of Ihe strike commit- tee ol the melal trades workers, who Informed the commissioners lhal he wa- the nerson who had "hung the red" lantern over his referred For Biliousness Biliousness is a common form of indigestion. It is brought on by food-waste which the stomach, intes- tines and bowels fail to you take a few- doses o! Beecham's Pills, when bilious, you will sooa rid yourself of the impurities; relieve sick headache, stimulite the liver and bile and tone the stomach. Healthy conditions are quickly re-established by using UjeafW7p.-Ye.jri., Thru ill1 use youthful .''appiMiici-' itmiinrd unlil youui K' while, itniirir leara me of for Can.di, Ve the haT. Ihl. con- lldenre In He BDd 1 iame'orifldendB-ln a whole thai If ben'd.our- energies toward a .coun rlllClEC U1U I-believe, the. bulk of .the Canadian lo gl ptople are In favour ol puhlic .owner- inland'.waters hnve been dls-; at least, those who live in the that somo 11 an-iolng te consider lhe "mattef'Wely-from B "n BS Oriental GreaiTi, snip, rtL icoa., nosea Pnlrle Provinces are In tBTOUr ol IL i They nro looking to this Government lo.'opim'to tho Canadian M, ona Rail- .opi war-tldclenllyi and honestly, an, thlk'ooTirnment falls lo operate toe road efficiently and honeslly then tno peoplf'wnl deal wllh Ibe on the llrsl opportunity; and II thla nol .lo touch wlth.-lhe senlinlent 01 tue _______ red laniern U) bv an employer at the Saturday ses- OTTAWA, May Is underslood j The incWent was a joke, he lhat. before the committee which Is ,.lcd although Mr. Sanssler pro. the r-llway boanl-n larger share o inslcail o[ proi, tn control over .rales. This uill Bolull n as he helng not bo none unfll lhe amendments one C0untn' oer-1 not bo done unill lhe amendments relating lo control ot slcamshlp oper- have, trdv- many miles. In -that particular i. i'..: IIN WALL. The new SprlnE designs aro here TREATMENTS r brfor. Wellington Bros. II Is. Oovemmenl defeat. The .Oovemmenl -r to Ihii old Canadian Northern Hall- wny Intertsu; they to consider of-Canada (o.-Uie mailer of Government ownership. ,.Tn conclusion 1 want lo repeat aa emphnticnlly as 1 can Ihnl, Ihls Is n critical moment Ir, WSBUT.I Caned. In regard to the construction of brunch lines. The population, at least many thpu.Bnds .Of tSom. ..liiar." we brouBht Into Western Canada, win be theraln Iho course ot lhe neil tow years unless they arc provided with bmnch llnis. Many ot them have loll already and many others arts threalen- to leave, and It seems lo mo tho Government when renewing thu chart- leri should provide thai as many as i possible of these Ilnc5 ho constructed In order at once lo meel Ihe needs of aeo Sir Henry Drajton visited urcut Britain and nflor'an .tihaustive OdUiry made of control ol ocean-rales: U Is stJled -t'h'o British :oard of trade which practically, adopts i Sir Henry1" findings! Wllh'the war' orer H is thoushl lhal lha problem L olVonlrol ol ocean rjales again coiu" tho roalm ol.practical couEider- May battalion, "Ulfle Devils will arrivo In the cily tonlgh labout's.o'cloek, accordluE to an an nouncement H D. n Ketchen. D. O. C. (Or M. D. irrorditiB lo Iho same authority i'ne t second and Ihlrrt battnllons Cnnadlan engineers, should nrrlve 1 Iho city about 1 a.m. on Wcdneada the celebrated war unl 16lh 'Canadian Scottish, will not-a rive until 0 f-ra. Wednesday. Milllla With Troops 1OXDOX Mny A to-'overlUne, Incrcasos ol week ,ng 52 omcers three- c.tdcls, 12 wa 1 _ ._., nursas ant TORONTO, Mny the meet butchers and pnckers ._ mornlnc lo want on atrikc want on arc i compel recognition of tho union and r possible 01 uiese nma ,a n, u Bu............ iflBl-p lldron and