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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIUIISIUY, FEBnUAnY 17, 1921 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY :i2 Not Iota of Truth in it He Suyg on the Address NOW is "Hmojfbr OHO OXO Culxs exactly meet winter's needs; they nourish and they warm. PAGE NINE OTTAWA, Feb. report that Sir James Lougheed, minister of the interior, has resigned from the government It .denied. "There is not in lota of truth in Sir James Informed a rep- resentative of the Canadian Press this afternoon. Debate Continued OTTAWA. Fob. Press..) K. MeMasler, of llrolne, continu- ed his speech on address when tiio house of commons assembled this afternoon. It must have struck the members, lie said, that no serious tempt had been made by members of the government .side wilh the excep- tion of the prime minister, to art-1 vunce any argument against the amendment. In view of this fact, said Mr. .McMaster. ha was driven to (leal directly with ihe remarks made by the prime minister. .Mr, Moighen had taken the position thai the house was elected by a majority of the peo- plo and that the government com- manded a majorily of the ineir.lmrs in ihe house. To begin with, .laid the member for Urome, prime minlBter did not know whether he had a majority in the house) until the amendment was voted upon. Second- ly, the qtiestiou was whether the prime minister had a majority in the coun- try.- year the government had passed a franchise bill, the object" of which appeared to be to disfranchise all those persons who would vote against the government and give the franchise to those who might, support the government. There was at the j time of the list election, Mr. McMas- tcr contended, an understanding reached that the government would hold power only for the period of j the war and that of demobilization, j British Railwaymen Will Not Call Strike Over Mallow Shooting