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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WAfiiifti^iiWV; February 261013. i THE LETHMlE^lLJ^JtM^^ Page 7.. If you only knew what pleasure the ---- .VICTROLA brings into your home, you 't be without one for a single day. WACE �M� Any "His Master's Voice dealer in any city in the world will gladly play any music you wish t(h hear. ' Victor-Victrolas $20 to $250 Gramophones $30 to $125 Berliner Gram-o-phone Co Limited, MONTREAL. Carry ... tlfeS'l Only Gorii^letj^ Stock of Victor-Victrolas in the Gity together with 3000 records ^ Visfit bur Victor Department today and hear your fa^v^orite songs the world's best artists Ltd. iianos Bryin Block 17 Western Brandies 404 Sih;Street S. ' ^^^^^^^ i P Victor-Victrola VI, $32.50. o.v. .1 Victor-Victrola IX, $65 Mahogany or Oak R. B. Bennett and Dr. Clarke . Had the Floor in Navy Debate oh (VV.iU;B.-Report). tho naval' billilit^jJaiy. resolved itsolt into ^ forsefljo'iylBqatest between R. B. Bennett;: of'Oaigary,-and T)t. JB-chael,:.GlarkVotJvR�i�:Deerivtwo ot 'the livhitrwlnd, .debaters'^ cA the house. ' Mr. Berajetticomtnencedi'to speak .Bhortly- after- itliiB'Chouse met -'at tbree ofqlooiy vandawas �'BtUl - over i an.; hour Irom fConplufliottWiJM''. the speaker left �the:.BhaiE;*t\>islK'io'clook. .BetweeaiS pnd 8 o'clock ia -tie eveiilnJ5..the house, isohslderadVs^tate bills, when Mr,-? Cenn^ i^umed. Thr^gbout his , lonf gjifte^plifiqaiiQhidt his ; eadv;these;�!\�f^raKTO interr'ui^tions, and ;,ft;.pi)'ns}d�rfeble'v;number of oxoep- -:hon^:�v:'V^/�^fe^'^�t;^^^:���,'.v^; Dr.. Olaflt repiiei to these ramatks Sn'thai oPeningiportbn: of' his, speech, � *hereby;-iar6usinfe;':tVe 'enthusiasm \;:^^?o :, .accused - the; rfiii^wtors and Conserva-*ive ni6ihb�tar'?of":vliolding different .pprnJons;,'on tljc�,uavy and.: having .c(er clined tp-ausver' many bf ttie .argur monts a'dvanced.jagainst .the contrlbur , ltioii,propds^bi^'>v,''r4 -....Mr,'. " Sowed ia support of the'Laurier'aavnl- poU icy. .-.,.-.vv'..i.�^l.,,,..^^,^.,:;;.,.,.,..:..... , Mr. Bennett introduced: .his speech by reading, tlie. bill(-'.He-isaid^-that there had been considerable contusion of the ;terinsv..-the';ioppositlpn '.'Saying that thiswas: j the ipernianent "^policy, though 5non&("knBW,v,b.etter; tlian^'itliey :thafe.the?:permaneji^ppolicyl^'Vas- y sa4d tllafr thSlI'ftUl;.Br'oyidedi''for the payment: at^cbs|iy.''i."offt_he'.',^^^ ships bemg madB^U'tVotf.'thiSi'OQiisoU-�datqd. revenue fund,', i '^Surelyf : .that would dispose of.^thfevsta^lii;ent 'tliat Canada was simplp.boi.'rci'Wing- :$35,-000,000: in : Engiattd^J\y.iiK,';-|^ to bpild the vessels;?.;;iXilioie -^^'adbeen denounce them." Mr. .Lemieux: "You are all wrong. Mr. Bennett :-"Crod forbid that I should ever understand politics sucli as those of Quebec, if that is wliaV the honorable gentleman means." Mr. Wilson, of Lavrjl : "Betl�r come down to Quebec for a fev; days and will know us' better." r  The meniher for Calgary then stated that for many years I.,iberal leaders in Quebec provmce had been insidiously teaching the doctrine * of independence, but they had failed. � The demand fdr an election, .he said; camie principally from -thosa.who had. been defeated. They should tc-'rtiember that,it-is the: duty 'of ^.tlie government, elQcted by the peoplO;, -to; govern, U would-be. the. duty,'of the governmenti, to kpep .the house in session night and day- if necessary. ,to place "this mieasure on the ; statute books of the-country; He bclieVed-it would be the view of the people' 'of the wes-t. ^ In conclusion.he held out the hope, that tlie-time, was not far-distant r, Boulajerot-'RimouBki, who;to^ Sowed, supporWstlie Nstionalist sub-ititu-tje ,ameiiS"merit;-oallin&- for:.a PoW-' Stioallplebisbifcand Mr. Paoaud.^ spoke 0}1UU HUB VC�OD�D..-v-ji^.w...w _______ many proimSes'byiSWieiliiheraa: partv )'"^ uiiucvao - that seething.woip hidone^itoaul^ Ibere ^yould be, a greatjinpej^ :'the".: naval ;suprem�^f.::;'6f �,Grtet;iBrit- Parliamenit m wliich. Canada'vW.Piiild;' :aJn;5but'B0thing',?3tfMup.::ba\^ s.ome day be tlie: dominating pjoi-tys.s ;.edv.,;/i.v^ ,;:�;> ..--:.;>,�!;v.i:;::w^ . V. Some.-Fine:Sarcasm Spealring,^ ;at iiiillh^WiaScV .Beirinett :quotBd:  an ,artiole|advpcat]np;j ;Gana-dian t;independence,^jjs^ljio>Iai)p'eai;ed in a Montreal, paperi'fel'SQaga^^^ it ,to Hon, �RodolJih^LBbi'eiiX'.i I s�ri;:'Leraieuxi depffedS|?i^tS;;:lia^s^.ihad written >tho.,art}Clffi;,^B:5,oo^^^^^ to lihat.;publica!tlon,*;'>s.:fe'i'^i':':'y':.v,?'�;'^:': , : .After a,--fewi'cx^Ji^ge'i^i'i-the?--denial was: � accepted by.i'4)%*Bafitoi5t,ti'^.T :Mr: .Lemieux- xerl^^od^:;If';a: i::^-;��oil;do, .not ;'&iOTjrstaiRl',v.Quebec "I quite adiiiilf;','^repll(>d: -JVIr; ,Beh-nett^.'' that /1 � do-,'ii6%'''iUnjl^i:stabd,'- Quc-bea politics;, aHdfl!ti?iQ5eMbte5;Ii4ftWill never v>understand.5i;(5^i&b&9S.^0lit{i^s-i .'� a ;proylncai,where;;puSli(6^fl^eMjiK6;VI If III IV. ITISHPUBLC that; mysterious airship dodge,' of An ingenious advertiser London, Feb. 26-Everybody's seeing it. PortsnnoUth and Ipswich are the latest places to be visited bv the ' It has been seen more or less circumstantially at Dover; BriB-tol, Cardiff, Aberiswith, Selby, Soar-; borough', and various other places.v in tho last two- months, a,lways'appearing, at night. Its ,day time- roostiijB-place is as great a mystery as -its' ownership. Some folk?'-fear this falryr like spirit is a German vessel. ' About three years.:ago there was,a similar epidemic of -Seeing aiisJiiBP. Mysterious 'lights Were seen,in,'.�.the sky everywhere, and when popular (interest in the thingwasiat ltSj:'l�6lght,: the mystery was,revealed,as;:tlie",>i4d-vertising stunt ot'. ari ' enterjjrl^^g firm of auto tire makersi .Alr^dy wise.,ones are beginning;;,toi suspect things; '�::;'."::i.:- ;., WITH THE' masons .> Toronto, Feh. 25.--The -St. Patrlckvi; Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, Toronto^i?,' have accepted Invitations cxtended/lij?) , the Grand Cbaptera of Ireland andrv;: Scotland to visit thorn In tho early-part of 1913, and to carry the pla&,>; through to a sucoesatul conclnaloffs:*,.' have .arranged with the White Star^'i ' Line 'for an in\.er*8ting auti uausuaj-, tour to the Oldd Country. The party'';' win leave on the Teutonic, May 3rd,;; nnd land at Queenstown by special; arrangement with the company., ,Ttte points to be visited Include Gorki* Bantry Glengariff, KlUaraey, DubUni, Belfast, Ayr, Glasgow, ' BdlnburjfbV Melrose, Kenilworth, Keswick,,. Oras,-;' mere, WlndermeTe,' Bourneas, Ch-est^i .-Stratford, Leamington, London, Papi|i'y; London again and then Ijivei'pool:;iire\r^ltntr?afh�.*. great Bpoclflc. ^.^^P^l lak us more abouit them both.^ J aft son & Co., local 'agents. ' ^ ^ . &om^.Fme^�^rcasnl^.^:, v^^ addressed in Calgary by S.nflc* ? "^^"^^T"^ mtmrM . made:^iit�bu happenings Mr , ! n Z""" '^f^''^r^:im:Tm^s by,: Mr: Bennett, lie to i,.ff f^'^r^A ""'T^^^ >hi^honorable?firi^hdiksuch: aXter^n^t istenin^to^^a peroratiWo^^^ as had been^^feviaenced : : he an hour s .durat^n^and heiicc mt?!^; certainly: haviif hkd no part i,i the, sympathy of the house, tliopghrhe {.j ' \ ........ was^,able to: say ::-to,; Mr.; ^^eSfUlstt,^ ''^�Pi--'KytipnneW'i Shiall Vi-sion -tliafrMike, another.parliamentarian, of: ,..,,,,,. ^ ^"T-^ whom a story:,is:,:(sold, ,lie,::makeR:":iLa:^^^^^^^^^ to Mr., Bennett's state- very gooi\ -speech if /one does-,no,^,;jus's: :Writs:-that.warship,' building  was a ten to what-he says 'U; speeialtod industry, Mr.-'Glark'spoke Proceeding,: Br. Clark :saidy,::tl)at::of.;;:the:,development btf that- industry po.vhapa-,he: shoiild aPPlogize':for-A?;.epfe, rqhi! the'''Tyne,'' where he; himself had ing to 'Mr., Bennett .since he'hiw^lfi 'lijr^d;^ -a^ the' lifetime' of' bhe'-'nian, belonged to class for whom;? f:thei:r:sjr'''WiiiV Armstrong Calgary member seemed to liojd;. U.t- ijry.had been built up .along., the Tyne. ;IttiGanada of genius, Somdthing like '^^^^j^ijmJeB. .-W'lw;.madophlll , 1 V^-'V V- ----- .'.-Hient possible. ij,': :-.';T|j^-.';;>aval Question,; he -^ent'on;,is l*:i :"6f;;p()Kthe navy (question.. That- principle was -jihai?,^ our materlal/.s and tby; our. own iabo'r,-Canada should.build,a navy to bO'-m^nned by Canadians^ Continuing, Mti- \Glark said that','divergcnt views .wore'axprossed by .different-niiiiisters :and,'their followers in discussing, this (jues.jjloh. One argues one way and . . ,pne:.i',the other. One;, speaks for:? Que^ ib.po and one for Ontario; �;:One: ,sfiys a: .Canadian navy, is �,;sao^i^egOi-:and..on-;pth'er;;;�sayfi it is right; -'..... n.. Vjj'^t'rQ ark s^lso .dfa'cu'ssea'V'Jefl'y^^ a'i ',a]dn^iralj;y memprandujni,;"- tabled's,,'?by' m.