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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Moml THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 VOIEON1913 (C'amrosc Canadian.) in tho Ue'ji'.s ca the pvc-rcsod solu- tion ot Its Alherla aud Cireat Water- dllliculty In'the lesUlature Ihe other day MT. Ceo. P. Smith, mem- VIT tor I'umrose slKiise in liart as fol- "Mr. Speaker, I shall ilotuiu the houte for oniy a very brief period ou this iiuestlou. The opposition m'em- l-ors appear to be vcrj' anxious that I should speak in this Jrtate They are most eager to kcov what'I can eay to juBtlly 'mr course and they are trying'to convince'Ihemeelvea ttal am afraid to discuss this fiuostlon. Well. Jlr. they aro vastly mistaken i have the utmost pleasure in telllns them my own position and aluo whal I tliitilc ot theirs. 1 want to etamine tbelr record on this question atid I want to chargi at Hie outset that tlu; ConBCn-atliv purty has never at any line desired tho settlement ot this question. The; seized upon It tour years ato as a lolitlcal foothall and they hav cherished and nurtured H from tha clay to this for parly luirposes.- They refused to support govern lent ownership when that was offer i'. as Eulutlou numlier.oue in 1910. They cauio forward, -with 'alacrity owever, lo the support .OIJUc amend lent of Mr. lioylu'e resoluUon. whlcl Imply want of confidence u tbe soverhment. This gave tbein jleabL-re. of 'course. It was a slap at a. .iberal'sovernmeut, without any pro- pcial to solve the difficulty. A few days lalor, In the same ses !on. (1910) they Tefuscd to suppor ihe V.'olfe amenumcnt. wiilti Wa8 t Ituprove the contract and hold bac a million dollars to Inaurc comple- jori, Dtjuipment and oiKratlou of_ the ,loe. This was solution number two and Iho Hon. member for Cenlre Cal- gary, Mr. Tweedle, now says it van a far better Eolutlon lhan thu prescot one and ehould have been acted upon. It met with their determined oppOEl- tlon.however because they wonted no solution. -They wanted this trouble to live. WAS A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC one that ia satisfactory to all Ihe parties concerned. Therefore i EP.V Ibis Is the only selllemeut ihe council Aud now. Mr. Speaker. I to 6tMe own iKislliou. std the A. W. lejisla- lion lu the flrat plico Ucauso I iho'JBht the bargain was not as good as it sho'jld have heeu for pro- vince. Since Ibat time there have heeu four proposed solutions. Threa ot these eliminated Clarke and one did not. I havo f upporled the .three and opposed the one. t was In favor of the Boyle solution of government DEBATE PUYGK? ON THE PROBLEM THE MANCHESTER DIO. CESAN CONFER- ENCE AT Oct. Should the reli- gious man play games? This topic ownership of Ihe line. 1 sunporttd tllfate6 the Diocesan Cou. the Siftoit solution to abandon- the' jefeuce project ou awoual of the defaults of the company. And am goins to sup- j port the present solution to bavo Uio (UT T road built by McArtliur In accordance] arkin tha m ,.Th? ,OB ,ltc 0, )llace o, religious ,he parking that the wortUlu of with the Judgment of the privy coun-; tw.lbll WM nlode.-n pagan- cil. 1 opixiseJ {he Wolfe amendment, H'creaUon duly controlled to patch things up ht hcallh ilsor. but tte urel, ely it needs no Is true'wol still have to face es In the olJ agreement but I- am' ''Tell me." he demanded, "where the -.O.OOO can ['lay. You know iti a crowdM city like this how difficult I il H to gel a BUlUb'.e f.eld. Far bciuer would 11 he If the Obiuiilc. fund were i'j h'jylng playing lields." (Ap- plause.) "I don't thinV the clergy to plf y themselves." Mr. Oilliusha.-n later remarked, "unless tfi-.-y h-xv: soi.ie ca- for plivlng. (Laughter.) We have- had enough of the your.K hailing curate who, with more- zeal prowesj. rushes all over the place and kicks everybody and everything eicept the hall flaughcer) and Unite c-noueh of the vicar who soes out to bat with only one pad and tli'Jt oa the wron? les. (laughter.) If a man has no capacity for playing there is co need for hiui to a fool of Minself." (Applause.) Sport helped a man to keep Bishop on "Records." Ueiug pressed lo intervene, the Bi- shop of DirralnKhaci taid Ihe ciergy- Toronto. Nov. A. C. Ruth erford haj Ihf1 aypolntir.eai of for tiie province o: Alberta of the Hinl Foreign Sailors' socielj. of which his Majesty the KSus Is patron, ami cona is president. Eociely that Mo l Mr. i Sale laid down these broad Htrek a ctst whicli seamd M bod >nd rx hopflesi as yours c an possilily be. This iltbt experienceof Mr. Brown, }S4 Dtthunt St., Toronto, in til own G eiitlemen T have much pleasure in EientioniuV to you Uie beneSls received from Dyspepsia TableU and can cheerfully recommend I tiaiply had confirmed dyspepsia with all its wretched symptoms, and tried all the adveitiiid cures with no soccess. Yo'.i hare in Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets Uie best corative igent I could find. It ii now such a pleasure to enjoy stali -.silh their consequent nourish- ment Hut f. want to raeiiliorj Urn for the beneSt of others." The fsct that a lot of prescriptions or lo-cal led "cares" have failed to help you is no sign tliat you have got to p> on nzflcring. Try Dyapepsn Tablets and see how quietly thi s sterl tng ciy -irill Bli you relir f and start yo-Ji Eloiiadiworiiingproperly. Ifitdoesat aboiatyoor dragju'-'s. Comppnndrf b'v Ihe National Drug and Chemical Co o! Canada, kimitcd, Ifonlreal. Ml The next day, Mr. Speaker, they again came forward 'with alacrity to tho support of the Elley aniendme'nt to read the bill six months henco. This was another flap" for.' a Liberal government, while carefully offerins nothing in the way of a solution. Time went on and the day came- in all session of 1010. when a new pre- mier, Mr. Slfton proposed solution luinher throe. Ha proposed to cancel he contract absolutely on'account ot etuults of the company and to wipe t oft the slate. A'galn O'Jr friends are ipnosed and they "nave, the temerity move an amendment seeking a peaceable patch up hclween the gov- ernment and tho'.company. Tliey. liid in opportunity, to Vote'oh sucli a solu- tlon in the Wolfe'atnendnient when such a solution mighC-have been rea- sonable. But again. I say they wanted no solution. The ne.vt year Speaker, was spent by our friends in assisting (his matter trom court to court to tho privy council and incldenllcally doing the province all the harm pos- sible in advertising our irouble. .They got the decision they hoped and pray- ed -now. they are here again. They are here to oppose the only solution possible under the de- afrnid of Ihoje things that worried me BO long ae a competent railroadbullder ISko J. D. McArthur is substituted for the sueculativu adventurer Mr. Clarke. I nm not afraid (hat Mr. .McArthur -will not complete the lino, or thai he wiH not equip and operate It. Mr, McAr- thtir is a man of great wealth, lie IE ih'tlh'e railroad business jn this coun- try. 'He has made gooJ. Ills interests are.all here..'lie has more lo lose than the province has it he to make a success of the work. Th- old) agreement is amended to provide- for lir.t-a. Sit not down to Ihe where there is gambling. Don'l hel or gamble ou horse-rac- Ins or foolball. .Walk out of the thcalro where vice is paraded. A'vold the habit of hridfe parlies in the afternoon. Cricketing Parson's Vievjs. Delng aware only at the moment that he rose to speak that the GREATEST HEADACHE GUI IN THE WORLD Tcrtwes of Ghoslfi Dyspepsia toi Bj SHAM.CV. Os-f., SEIT. 2i rf. 1910 "You ctrlaiTily Inve Use grcattit Headache CUK ID the worM. Befote ixrfoie the public, I suffered Htadachch emse.t bv Oce of on xne wlirul ha-loaeof my rising lleidacfcts liad my lieaJ almost raw from Ik insisted ou lo ihe universities, colleges andj i vrhat I would call amazing results. ccinpltlely ccrci me atitl since then (.icii.y six jears ago) il is only fcr ine to taVe one occasionally to preserve ia my present mous yh schools of ihe uud man who put i in the righi place could do Itifinite good., especialty a- U is thruugh this ibUEaud of thci f a- i dred thousand siudt-nis and have been hy tht conuuiE- 1 for ihe dlstrlbuilun of them. Itev. Alfrtd Hall, of Toronto. The society's sea men's IIOTHCS and irtsli- tutes are plaet-d at eight ports on ihe I Atlantic and Pacific toasts. :snd a I Canadian institute to Dealers eveivnlwre hare "Fr-iil-a- llrcs" at a box, 6 [or sue, 250 or on receipt of price bjf Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. III? trsywiotij o.- Me trx> had been lain Scott, at a rose of Is p In the Olympic fund. oposed scl "I1 al Vancouver. agreement is ainenuea 10 provmo lor first class specifications and to makellian1' Bare Iliat we gel tbe number ot mites jln of real-good road that the guarantee nalil.ilelu Jumv........, calls for. The minor weals spots n j V M h fl ,hal ,rank 'the old agrtemcnt do not worry mo In) the'slightest under these conditions, j N'or-do'they really worry honrablc present, the Rev. the well-known KB- a vlcar at Krmlne. [te first tltne Q[ ,he lottom ot Fea." ,olncil ln young ra prease-d to help hut found he could not, hecause he felt it was giving just the wrong turn to sport. He did not believe much In 0- lymplc games uiinaelf, and he was pre- sent In Lotidon when upleasant lu- oldent at sucli a fixture tended to thing but InteniaUoDAl amity. "1 do not want new re-cords to bu es- the Bishop proceeded. "1 would rather have all you nice people here able to him JOO yanla in twelve (Q do lhelr yeutlemtn thein SB the k really worry nonrablc afur Ectao) t h Jays arc ever." Mr. tnem.is tne Knowledge that before the, gham Barked. "There still next.elcclion comes round. Ills roadj B 4 d f ft jn .111 be built ana in 5UKess .1 (ij. y can mly obtained at .the price of emasculo- tion. The Christian Church was not inost successful election material. Their opposition .to this settlement will do them, no' good in'ihe country. The people are teartly sick of whole husiness and want this question settled and they will be well satisfied with the unexpectedly favorable solu- tion that is now proposed." I the tendency lo develop a ,ewlp ralher than' to en- aluin an averoge seconds thau that one of you Bhoulti he able to do It in S> 4-3 seconds." The kind of (raining which made ists did not make for a laree uumb- ber of "fit" people. Hefenring to the gair.es in which he had found rece'.vcil the Rev. J H. Gibbon said cricket made men o decision, football taught combination billiards taught, people to think of th future, and golf Inculcated concentra tion. "I ain the oldest man oil ihis pic form." iir. Gibbon remarked, "and can hold my own in tennis, and golf I can play.to a sixteen handicap I have a game a week and it sets in up for a fortnight." (Laughter and ap plause.) The Bishop of Manchester, wfndin up the debate, expressed the fear lha HE HAS MADE GOOD council decision makes the building Calgary, Nor. l.-Mayor Sinnott1 England standard the speaker dcprccaled the atleinpt'lo raise in order thai a few might be'ciioFeu lo restore what some cnsidered to be the lost prestige will seek uuu wlll SCCK rc-fn-ciiun in Calgary and: Sport In the. life of the cleric mat ciBlon of the privy council. The privy bc tv.e' honors unoppos-1 engaged .Mr..Gillinghara's attention. It as he has made good and has a' was no use he said, fcv them to dc- the road compulsory and furtiier .policy requiring another year to car- nou'nce sport from lh; pulpit and bc- thau that It makes it impossible the stock yards pol-Jmoan the fact that men spitlo this ntiestion uuon anv basis I ;AV kokin? on .while' 22 men were pla sport was taking too large a place i national life. He should always slan up against tte pressure which was be ing put upon clergymen to become pu eyors of amupements. The conference passed a rcso.utio declaring that while fully recognizb the value of recreatlou as refreshme from work it vkwcd with anxiety th p-resfnt tendency amongst all class of society to regard pleasure and r ecentlv Canadian room has been by younfi people for tbo g Edward institute at Malta, U llundle. the- soverr.or, ost appreciatively of it. RAN AN OPIUM JOINT flegir.a, Bask., Nov. Ucl) vas fined JlOO and costs, or three months in Jail vuth hard libor in the court this morning Cor iuur.iug an opium joint In the east end. A-hith raided last niglit hy the police. Mitcliell. caught in the act o[ 'hitting the was fined J25 and :osls, or one inonlh in jail. creation us a principal end in IKs arranged. London, Oct. cararais" lor ullicitv as to campaifiu expenses is over herr. Sir Clrorge Kekewicti, I-itcral M.I'., iotmer wretary of Ihe education hoard, de- larcd at a public meeting that ther vas a rrgular laiill for the parctiasi >f honors. He said the tariff was, a knighthood pounds a ctcy pounds a peerage (iO.OOO lounls. Those sums go into the larty funds. Sir Cieorgr, wlio h joined with oth- er public tr.cn in a campaign for clean government says he knows oE actual instances where ihcse Cguies have been paid for honors on their lace looked like a spontaneous signal of royal approval. -The revelations have created a great sensation. COMMISSIONER REES BETTER Toronto, Ont., Nov. Comrnis- sionei David M. Kecs, leader ci the Salvation Array here had shown a slight improvement at noon today, but his recovery is still doubtful. Big preparations for the welcome .to (ie'i- cral liooth this afternoon have Ire ilHflfflwifn' 1 r KSK er resori to snuff and Jr- riUte the delicate membranes. Modern science privet catarrh a symptom of poor health. Treat the cause with SCOTT'S EMULSION which coavaini pure cod liver oil to enrich the blood and energize the system, phospli itfs to nourish auid build the and to sooth and heal. Thousands tcsttfj ibrf Scctt'a Emulsion OTcrrame catarrh in a permanent, way and it iHll surely help you. 1 1M10 Atc-aifceal 1 .tea PACiFIC: Department of Natural Resources Announces the Sale by Auction of Lots in the Townsite of A Divisional Point on Ihe Swift Cnrreat-Bassano Branch Near Ibe Forks of the Red Deer, and Saskatchewan Rivers on THURSDDAY NOVEMBER 6 :'AT THE CURLING RINK, MEDICINE HAT, ALTA., AT 9 AM. c Plans, Upset Price Lists, May Be Obtained by Application at any of the Department's Offices or from the Canadian Pacific Railway Department of Natural Resources CALGARY, ALBERTA ;