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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 191(5. THE tRXUnniDCE DAILY HERAL^r PAGE SEVEN THE NEW SPRING SHOES ARE They represent the latest styles, the best workmanship and the utmost in footwear comfort. We handle some of the best known and most reliable makes for men, women and children. Our big stock affords an exceptional showing. We ask the pleasure of a visit. J. NELSON & CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING IWiLFlUUiR SUPPORTS EXIENSION N SPLENDID SPEE (Continued (roiii I'li^p ti). ly (lone, lliouRli Mill (liinc \vr(in|ffiilly, wc^sliall raiKP nn (hksudh. lim, Sir, to iill wrongs, to all fr^unis, we shall oiior (lotorftiincd opposit iuii - those cnn not he oontioncd, tlu'v nuisl l)c exposed, and, when ix|)osi'(i, tiipy must he Ireuti^ri uccnr luii;lv. 'I'hcse .ue iUc. views wr hiivc licld in ttio I pas),, and-which wr iio� huld, and I ;iipp(;,il to the tPStirni.ny uf lioUi friend 1 iind i'oe whctlier we liavc ncit rpinaiii-I i'll tr\ie to tlinse views tn (he prt'scnt Drain. Order Luscious California's Selected Oranges On sale by all good dealers. Order now. Write for free book of ileiicious recipes. Save wrappers for beautiful Silverware. Ciliforniii Fmit Groweri Excbuf e GO'Op.�ratlT�-IfOQ-profit 105 Kinii St.. Eail. Cor. Church Toronto, Ontario t�0) beyond what was ccmlentplaled, no cvrr that in llic face of such a min- of Ihe war. Kor all these reasons. Sir, in view of the responsibility which has iiren placed upon mv shoulders l)v mv lion, fricii'l.s ; In view of the rifihts of Ihe pcoiilc, and in view of what I think best for the country, after givini; this (ini'stion the ht.sl .jiidKnient that 1 could, 1 am not, prepared to oppose llie resolution, btit will allow it to pass iinaniniotisly In this House, I am well aware iliat the question is an important one ; put, imporiani as i( is. it pales before the great prolilems which are still before us ; it jjalrs before tlie magnitude of the duties which the .Allies have still to ilischari^'e. Let us iov a moment consider the progress of the war. Tlic campaign of ION went in faviir of the .Allies. The Itattle of the lliver .Marue shuttered the. plans which liad been long pre pared and pre-iiu'ditai'd hv the (Jer-ijiaij Ccnrral Staff for an easv and a rapi Parliament would never ment would he in ah yancc for all grant the power- sought. The Uritish that time. We have this lo consider. Parliament, 1 am sure, will itcver, it is a dillerent thing to force an under any circumstances, alter the election when it can he avoided, and constitution of this country, except fo face an election when the law com- upon a unanimous resolution of the, the Philadelphia I'lxliibition the I'nltod' States commissioner, who ' pels us lo hold an election. More- branches of the Can.adian l^arliament. j to perpetuate the first century of the l)ound the urisonor over to the grand over, do not let us forget that there To .say that, is paying .i.o compliment' republic. .An era was done : a new in a people to the Uritish Parliament ; it is only era was opening, 'I'he poet was not tress their the spirit of tlie constitution ; it is alone in his conception, and his en-en-rancc of one an brotherhood of man, long sought, long hoped long prayed for, but never at-ThesR nations, the most tn-on earth, were so full oi and had such an abhorrence that they would not e,ea against it, being full of con-that the demons of war would ;ain he let lon.sp on th(^ world. was summoned to the , 1815, "England went on as usual, an election during the war; and i'^.H' f'^re wa.s one power upon whom Finest Cambridge Sausage per lb. - - - 20g These are the genuine Finest English Cambridge. Made from the finest pork and beautifully  . flavored: He was a Liberal. Again, throughout the whole Ameri- that election would take place not'"!' appeals fell in vain, a powtr un-can Civil. War, our sister republic, upon the broad questions of the war, reasoning in Its mad ambition tor the daughter of (ireat liritain, main- not upon the great ideas which have conquest and domination. And the buT'cmrulCcitllenrLs^esUnod"^ """watIr X^R^AFTS^'aRE^USED ' tayneThTr-faw-s amfinsUUrUonsTust been suggeste.rby the w-ar, not upon ^ .day came when it opened the gates Jiir^-i;,rs,sns'^-:r j^s^^iS^J^^v^ ^i|s,J^hspi^^p^:s -;,�;i?pu:iJrs�sm,J;: nied any connection witli Uie Cana-, and consenuontly, the ones who baii- ered with three feet of water. Silra- as nothing compaisd aian government. He said lie had been rejected as a private in the army there because of bis weight, which Is >ig baViEgs on Furiistiiiigs for Saturday ----, ... , ----- . upon the .....^..... _____..............._______ _..... with the pres- which arc facing us on account of the iPtl out in their wake. The issue pened to bo Americans lied to Brooks morllkc weather lias turned the snow eat war. the present war is an ex-: war, but upon the refusal of the Op-: still pemling and, so long as- Bel-about their citizenship, tlioy guy. on the hills about tho town Into tlv- coption to all things, and it is in that Po^'ti"" in the Canadian Parliament e'uni h.as not recovered her independ-Hrooks was arrested about H.SO era and the residents are using rafts spirit of e.vception that 1, for my . to grant an extension of the term oi j "'ce, so long as France has not re- country --n.....- � ................. - ,----- , . . , that in- ; that 1 am disjiosed to oiler no oppo- ^tcad of having the countrv divided sition to it. I upon sucli an incident, better by far. 1 mav say to mv rb'ht hon. friend ' r';"*^ o'-"'-^ 'o"^ ^1'" Kteater reasmis. ^o Sivo all the assistance in our pow-that among the reasons which be has for the narrowest reasons of ; i,-nn .wn,n�f. particularlv imrrrss me, and that is {';i"n't,r which we liavc ha'0"('-:lit of us. It is sought of us. not drcd thousami or three huti.lrcd thnus- ''o away with the control of tho and of our sold'-rs still m ivi'rnnn Canadian people over this Parlia-These men would not he deprived of ment, hut simplv to susicnd for a their votes in t'le e\cnt oi an d c- short twelve months tht'verdict of tion, hccaiise the law that was prss- the Chmadian people upon the Ad-cd last session provides for their he- ministration, upon its policy, and ing allowed to vote. There arc other uPon the general questions arising out fconsidorations, howe\er, of greater " Boots and Shoes, Men's Suits and Spring Overcoats, Men's Caps, Underwear and Socks, Boys' Suits and Shoes .MtMrs KvcMTtlay Suil.s Ui ....----S6.50 j\icn's Tweed Siiits in ])r()Avii juhI ,i>'i"cy. t'oi; ...... ........;-;--'S8.50 W oi'sU'd riifi'li-(i Siiit-s. lor (ti:ii(l uiiwai-d.) '.............SI 2,50 ]M.eii's EverydAy Shoes 'a......  S2.35 Me-u's DreSi^ Shoes, in hh-iek tiiui hrowii for (and' ii)))................ M(ni'.s'Ov(vrAll.s'. sixes. |)ej'"]);tir Hoys' ISiori'olk Kiiit-kerh^icker suits of fancy brown and ,u'rey, well iiukU' suits, .rroiu (iind up) ...............S3.5d Boyk' Shoes-Heavy box calf boots, blucher cut, strong ffi^ Shoe for school wear, from (and up) ......... Girls' Boots In button or lace, from Afl* (and up) ........... ......................... 4�fc.UU ChlidiUMi's shoes, si/e 2 lo S from S1�00 ^M' Lk)ys' Overall from...........SOC '4* Moivs Work Shins,............75c 'M' Men's l)ress Shirts, .'............ B5g ^'1' Men's Neck Ties, . . . .'......... "P Kvtiry'ai'tl^lc j^uaraiUeed ta si>lemU(l wear. moment, and which strongly appeal -Mpw OTRTr'M(~;TH to me. 1 w.mld observe, first of all, -IM-IiVV b 1 KiiiN U 1 H that it Is not prowo.sed here to alter, VdXi T A A/11? RAPIf the principle of the coustitvtion. Ill i'^i^ i^AMli idACK.. ' is not rropose;! to dispense with the; -- control the people have over Parlia- luier Telia of Ung-looked-for Prescription. .rnent It is simply proposed to extend Hditor-l suffered fom tor the lime being the operation o j^,,,^ ^^^^ ^ constant tired the constitution, f it weie proposril ^vorn-out feeling. At limes I wa. to make away allogethri; with that to stand erect and Bcnrcelj j principle which is embodied in the to get around. It would nsunlli 'constitution, certainly 1 for mv part come on at first with crick in tinnf would oppose this measure with all of. ray back. I took one box of Dr my might. But no such thing is pro- Pierce's Anuric Tablets and my baclt nosed. 'I'his measure simplv proposes; commenced to get better soon aflei that the coi:.'?titution sliall he sus-; etarting to take them. 1 did no) pepded'for twelve months, at the ex-' bave to walk doubled over as 1 did piratiion of -which lime it will resume , before naing the "Anuric." it is the it.t full force. - - - � Thi?re is another consideratioti. It we pass this resolution I lake it as a covered her lost territory, .so long as the enemy has not bren. thrown back within its own borders, "for mv part, and I speak again as I have spoken always-my supreme thought will be she has undertaken against the common enemy of mankind. Coalhurst Union Elects Delegates Coalhurst. Fob. 1.^.-At the last meeting of the Coalhur.st local union Cbas. Pbilll.'js was elected delegate to represent the local at the 12tU an nual conl'cronco to bo held lu Pornle coraniencing Keb. 21st. Franlc Bar-ringbam. aocretary-treasurer, will also attend tho conference as hoard nieiri' ber for sub district No. ;J. .\ concert in aid of St.. Mathews church. Coalhurst, will be bold tn the church next Monday evenlug', the 21st Inst, and as some good talent has been engaged (or tho occasion, a good evening's entertainment Is in store for all who wish to patronize It At the coroner's Inttuest bold on tho body of David Thomson, aged 'J7, carpenter, who was killed whilst cross ing a side.track at Coalhurst on Prt bctjt remedy I have ever taken for � da.v, Feb. 11, a verdict of accidental what it is intended to relieve. death was returned. .M. Jlahoney I hope tlwgo wliO' are in need of Coalhurst, acted as foreman of the jury. Picture Butte Farmers Mee 706 Avenue Next to Koyal Bank pledge from the Government that we such a romody will give tho "Anurio shall be delhered from the threat, '�l'�Wets" a trial, which was hell over our heads, last, (Signed) A. G. Dbake. year, of an instantaneous and pre-.' '_ mature dissolution at anv time the i Oovermncnt thought lit. It the Oov- Notej Up to this time, "Anurio" eminent Usks us to extend the life of has not been on sale to the public, but Parliament, I taker it that there will by the persuasion of nmny patients and be no election imiil the fall of 11117. '"e moroaRed demand for this wonder- We Khali than know exactly where we healing tablet, Doctor Piorce has are, ,nild shall not bo subject to 'all ^^f'^^^ ^ P"'' '*'.VJ'^ the uu\'ertaiuties which have be.ii ^'"�"^^ "f ^^t'^ """nedi-htuiging.overus for the last twelve,/>%-g>^/.tlifortree's Anurio Imuortant liowever -^^ t-uo^^ ' Tabletfi. There can be no imitation., cotLStdrration which more than all Xna?tfre\n'thrpackaRolu^^ an-eals tu me, .uul which has prac-. ao on Dr. Plorce'a Favorite PveBcrip- tically iiilHiensed my .ludgment. N'o tion, the ever-ftunousfriand to ailing one can have/es."anod the .signllicanei' women, a!)d Dr. Pierce's Golden Med- ot the. words of the Prime Minister ical Discoyerv,"proven by years to bo whan he said a moment ago that if the greatest'gonoral tonic. Send 10  tlm resolution was not adopted im- cents Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., , n.>umo"sly, he would think it his for large trial pnokagci, ' ; dntv to withdraw it.'T cm (^ouccivi. A* any rate don't give up bono of 1 that. If this lewilution' was not ueiiig cured ol your malady until just , _ .udo'.itei unaniniouslv, e-eh though a ;'hw dos6.s of " Amvio" have proven binder twino, oils and i^reasos; go onrried by a moinflty of t'li't House, that it will - make yoii feel like a pher poison, formaldehyde, :oto, also ard e"isi")r niv right hon. frlmul him- difieront person. , the report of Delosato ItutherEord of iq�it ''i-.i to oarrv illo the foet of ]-:!mTOu-Please insert this'letter in procoBdlngs at the Calgary cotivou- the 'riirone, 1 have uu doubt what- some conspicuous piaoe in J'our pjipor. Uou. , BE3I Finest Crown Creamery Butter 2 lb. for . .. 75c. Finest Farmers* Dairy Butter 2 lb. for    65c The only markets in the city thathaive been commented on by Government inspectors as the � . cleanest and most up-to-date in the west. Picture Butte, Feb. hi.-The hi monthly meetings of tho Iron Springs V. V. A. will be held in future on tho and Saturday at Hattersea and on tho �Wf Saturday at Ituntsvllle schoof. Feb. I2tli Haw the union mBptliif; at Batteraoa under the leadership of Kev, a. It. Hrady. Ton out of the l(i Uattersea members were present. Unfortunately Deacon .lones of the local Proabytorlans was absont or the union would have boasted three eminent divines on the payroll for Saturday. Tho business transacted was the signing of the interjor elevator petition; au opening ot nesotlatlons; for Main Market, Srd A. S. Phones 412 andlSSS. Dominion Market, 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 1654 Palace MarkeM3ihSt.N �� Phone-431;i' 1 ;