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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, February Page 7 to Y OU I want every man In Lethbridge to buy estate in this city. If you can't buy for cash buy on easy terms. See Rosedale- Addi- CANADIANS IN GERMANY Not Pleased With Tariiff Made SAM HUGHES ON THE; NAVY Debate Took On Lively Tnte When Colonel Started ID was rion, the opportunity of the hour. But what- i you do, buy real estate and buy it now. Come up and see me tonight 'or else on Monday. A, Lonnquist, Vice.-Pres. Lonnquist-Sharp Co. Alberta Block Upstairs Round St. Ottawa, Feb. will be no more private members' days in the Commons this session. Mr. Fielding in the absence of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. >'ho is confined to bis residence with moved that all subsequent Mondays after questions be given over to government business. There was no protest from the Oppo- sition benches and the motion opened without discussion, j R. L. Bordcn put a number of tions to Mr. Fielding in respect to Canada's uew trade agreement with Germany, eliciting 'the information that there arc no negotiations soiag on with Germany at the present mo- ment with the object of further ex- tending the tratle relations between the two countries and there arc not likely to be any for some time. Mr. Fielding explained that'the oth- er British colonies in the trade fav- ors which Germany extends to Great, Britain and get Germany's full con- ventional tariff for which they give Germany the favored nation trcat- [ment in return. Canada could get i the same treatment on the sa.'iie terms but this would not mean that Canada would be obliged to allow German goods to come into the try for the same tarifl rates as have been extended to France by the Fran- Ottawa, Feb. Congdon, of the in the House to- day that Great Britain never oocu- jpied a position of greater naval su- periority than today and to sar, that these stout hearted old Britons were afraid of Germany was enough to make the Canadian despise those who said it. his opinion the great thing was to establish a round-the-world circle of protection for British commerce. He did not agree with the Opposition ECHOES OF THE EASfER SEASON After the Easter Wedding Bells. Let UB cater to your wants and supply you with Wedding Cake that has a reputation for being RICH, FINE AND FRUITY and altogether delicious. Special at- tention given to the icing and orna- mentation. co-Canadian treaty. theory that the only ship-building ge- nius would be found in the British Isles. Mr. Congdon in conclusion de- clared that he would rather be gov- erned by Sir Wilfrid Laurier than by the Lords of the Admiralty. Canada might never be a great sea power but if she developed the spirit of democ- racy she should be able to sustain any shock or circumstance. Then came Col. Sam Hughes and the debate began to liv- en up. He immediately took a fling at- government supporters who had grown very angry because the Oppo- sition speakers had doubted the loy- alty of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and had evea accused that idol of the Liberal party of being PHONE 1181 to sit up. He saw in the bill a most sinister attempt to lay the founda- tion of Canada's independence, allud- ing to the session of March last Col. Hughes declared the Opposition still stood behind it. f It called for speedy assistance, co- operation with the British Admiralty and unity of the Empire. Tte Gov- During the discussion' of the volts for wharves, Geo. H. Bradbury, Scl- (kirk, put in a plea for an early pro- I vision for a wharf at Winnipeg. He that the opening of navigation ]ion the Red River would make this a necessity. Mr. Pugsley said that when rrcire- 4 o M I. __ J u r, ll3.rt "vfetC ITliGo they would receive serious consiicr- ation. The whole day was spent -m votes for Quebec province. On Monday ihe naval debate will be' resumed. a master of circumlo-ceit. he declared had gone )bbered" the Premier n praise and devotion ived the knee to Baal willed or no. They jly won over by the go-rgument. "Don't programme called for none of these things. The help it.kave to Britain was "jug handled" and it that though Britain would help Canada. would not help Ur'.taiii except by the concessions of Luurier. Col. Hughes alluded at length to the past record of the present Premier. He told a speech about shouldering cution and deceit. so far that they bowed vernment's money over to England, ttep it i his musket on the banks ol tie DISAGREEMENT OVER GREENWOOD DISPUTE in Canada and spend it among the boys." (Opposition laughter.) "That's the came a voice from the Opposition. Col. Hughes then dwelt upon the fact that uot in one point had the proposals of the Admiralty in ,the defence conference oi 1909 been carried out. The only thing which seemed to be definite ab- out the government's policy was that Nelson, Feb. board of con- ,the nayy go to wair until lold mon bot there. U no TUil thiDBt la a of the RAYO wrfectly conrtnicted there ii of that could to room n e If yonrs, write tor dcscripttye circular to tttt The Imperial Oil Company, REV. A. A. LYTLE IS INVITED dilation at Victoria failed to. agree in the Greenwood dispute 'between the employers and the Western Federa- tion regarding the employment of men To Reimiiii Another Year Church Prospering: 3 1-2 miles south of Pincher Creek, SOO acres at per A. cash. Log house, frame encas- ed, two stables, barn, out- buildings and fences in good order. 400 acres clear, and un- der cultivation; balance good hay land with brush. Well wa- tered. Rich black loam. Owner obliged to sell aec't sickness. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, at his own sweet will, ;said it might. In his opinion the whole programme reeked with the spirit of independence and when the belonging to other unions and a strike Prcmier brought down a measure is expected. The majority that as its basic principle then against the federation. katchewan only Champ De Mars at r Montreal would not join. The mier had completely tied himself vp by his past disloyal utterances, Coll Hughes also referred to the manner in which the heroes, of the rebellion of 1837 had been eulogized by- the Premier, and Mr. Lemieux in the pre- sent debate. "These leaders wert not heroes, they were put in the Colonel., I mean Papineau, in Quebec, and MacKenzie in Ontario. So soon as the real fighting began they ran away and the deluded habi- tant of Quebec and the ignorant far- mer of Ontario were left to their own resources. There never was a just it was time for all good Canadians rebellion, in Canada. George W. Gill (Delavan Times Press, Delavan, III.) The wedding of Miss Julia Sunder- land and Mr. John McDowell David- son occurred this afternoon at half past two o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Nor- man Sunderiand on West Third St As the guests arrived, they were re- ceived by Miss Sunderiand and Mr. Davidson, who mingled with the com- pany until the hour named, when they took a position before the officiating clergyman, Rev. A. P. Stover, uncle of the bride, by whom the marriage cere- mony was performed, the sliort ring ceremony of the Episcopal ritual be- ing used. A wedding dinner was ser- ved immediately following. Mr. and Mrs. Davidson will leave on one of the evening trains for a 'brief wedding trip, returning from which they will prepare to remove to their future nome in far away Alberta. Both of The regular quarterly meeting of e official board of Westminster Church was held last night. Reports from the different departments of tbe Churcb showed