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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX SATJjriPAV.-JAN'llAljY 20, BETWEEN Y ON EXTENSION OF PARtlMlENT Dor- united offorls of tolh parties directed of eencrnl policy. 1'i' particular I conclusion or qulro aoiua Full Inform- lhus WGuU botl' "5 to 1Ile character, of Iho II yon regard lhal con- legislation required arid'ng lo Iho big- OM I am posed ncllon o( the loveruuunt ,i. frllGwar con- Ymcmbc is On De n In lieu o( proposal No. 1 lo lhat Iho life ot the par- nl shall bo oslo-Jcd for Iho of U rendered necessary by Ihe very Im- fortauce o( the mailer Involved. 1 also call your allr-hlton to (ha mcmc S r noScri w-roo lo Iho eousHcrat'.on and Vision the ncces- Ihe minister of railways lately niut tub Le reidii ecratd. Ottawa, Ont., N'ov. 3, 1515. pear Sir Wlllrld I lo put In writing as requested by you at O-JT Interview on the 2ad the proposals which I made, al our Interview on tho Hlh Oclober last. They are as follows: 1; Thnt the term 'of the pi _........ If-r.ny, of furihsr cstenslo'n In Ini uusbT'now order to avoid ail during Iho Sir IVIIi'rld Yours ff.lthfully, (Elsncd) R. U Objecls to Indeflnllo Extension Oltnita, Nov. Stb, 1515. My Dear fn answer to yours of the 3rd 1 bog lo observe: tlmo liaa not-arrived, when any of ua should be aaKcd'to coine lo ft ebitlod agrccinciit ou tho subject. Oiir'par- Ilameiit Ima yut nearly a (nil year to run. Wby should we, al lime when Ereat events" are .miy chansa Ihe situation, couio to-a conclusloii' toJny.'aB to H'lint done some nionlha lio'.ce? ;J y on the lower St. Lan-re-ice with --I Miey here observe {rrjii the view of citbcr-purchasing or as-lot tho Drlllsh tarllameut is to'explie slsllns; (1. H would bo equally a. feiv wee'ks iionco, and no stops atlve to bo Infonncd of the exact yet been lakc-n pro Icy of the government as lp this con- lonsatton. t accordlns to pcrsULout press ected a lino ot rail measures rtlalhg lo tln'so rajjivayp ore widely foreshadowed In press, you are not lu a position to filalcmcnt 'concerning them, scrvea to coiiririu iua la Iho opinion (bat; al- though nl i later'flaso arrangements (or some qxiaiBlon o( (ho parliamen- tary term juay j tho regard'to matters mentloneil In your letter, tho for can le corlalnly agree with (hit Ilio Is 'of entreaio gwrlty and I .will In Ilio luluvo aa (roni to I persist In the opinion verbally resent I pressed td Von llial lo rej above set forth have been disposed of. I can, howover, at once declare-. In osa (lie first, to tlie of hi) the present'prcsseu 10 von 11 aL .uo respect of tho bye-election, that for which eiplws.eiCend llw lerm o( Ilie a- 6uch TacancIe-3 as frero'. caufeil by overseas may have the opportunity of first returning lo their homes. 3. That during the Interval bye- 'elections shall not bs_conle3ted and that.each party shall retain the- seals Tvhlch it now holds. 4. Thai In parliament and as far consideration and' acceptance. ir Ihe puhlic press, Varfore.'staU be suspended and Ihslyou 1 must, however, further observe Ibal before any undertaking can be reached I should be Informed of Ino eilenl aiid nature of your legislative program, I would expect lo know If) you Isleided to c.onfino prosram pleted It may it.ihe proper tlmo be made Yours very WILFRID LAUR1ER. lo war measures, or If propose lo Inlroduce measures No Measure of General Ottawa, Out., '.Nov.' 9ti Willrl 1316. Your letter- pi. tho Slh Instant reached ma lastiavenlng and hisle-j alil'lly facilitate all necc.a3i.ry iheas IiTmy judcmenl the business gf parllaicent should proved as (13- ual. It -Is' posslbla that'., events may so sliape-' themselves as lo, givo us new light -as lo what would be tho best course, take. Bui If when Hie session Is ap- proachlcg Its end, Ihc war IE still on, wo'oi consider Ihe ad-' of HfO of rarllnuient oil the lines above sot With reference to llie by-elections It seems (o me tint there Is a mitorla dliferenco' between the .vacancle caufcd by death' ami Ihoso that liav been caused by' ro3lff In' th cose of vacaa'ciea caused, by death would count on-iBy frtends cocE'culIb k "0 "V X' i L. S time 6F lire is a ifcis deiicioiK Walter Baker Co.Limiied H t ESTABLISHED I7SO DORCHESTER.MASS. ,l'e( (o go to tho front, It1 will be bolli inido by Cyrus McCormlck loJny. Tho unlortunatB i-id depigralile Ijiit the popm iB.bclns Huctloneil n'L Ilio allied of any bazaar for' Hi o benefit of tlio cntenlo bo: by tho'p'osslblo Imiril- ill tho European war..' I.ntor It was nence of Y general election announced Hint'in ahoiyinous Wd of that It'would involve. liad .purpose' is (lie otlaln- an1 honorable- and lasttig peaeb. through 'tho victory of tho al- lied What runy atlerwarJs happen In (lie fortunes of iiiiy i political pariy Is''in coini'oriBon of-lltclo moment.'- For tbeso 'rcaeopE 1 must repeat my at tlio conclusion which you Yours falthtulijv (Signed) H.'U HORDEN. HAS MATKEWSON'S ;V GLORY.DEPAHTED York writer aays: 1 saw SUB. FIRED AT HER llrlllali Branch, here from Car- dlff, yla-New Yorii. reported lodny n Bubipflrine fired 60 shots at hi the Kngmii chan tnl early Tlie cscarcd by BUddeiily'changlnB lier fonrte. A boy. struck and wounded. HUNGER LEADS TO MURDER O., Jan.'' of plunger drove Lawrence aou'.hall, H, a Chlcnfio orphan, lo murder.Chartes II. James. 10 yeare old. n Baltimore t OJilo railroad car hail befriended him here' laal'nlg'hl, tho boy confessed police say. ___ COME.TO lo reply. (tnat contests be nvoracd Dy nllpvun Christy JlatliewEon on nriiadnay, le- Durlus the continuance, of tho wnr'eMl1 party to.hold that which It.has Bitibndenl" til a big fur overcoat. He we intend to confine, bur' program (6 The other seats are l.i a notably j by CBH measures relating lo or arising out different because the ya-1 jt i.'e .mfsslble that New York has so the war, following in that regard the i hava .arisen under clrcum-! jootl largai ils taschall Idol? Three course which we-pursued ri Ino'spe-. stances which have naturally aroused; agO w- w haT8 c'al sesion of 1UU arid In slro.ig In some of Ihe j oa 5trecl ol 1815. W6 have not In contempla-e-ectoml dlstrkls. It tray nol he easy Milhowson will move permanc.vhy llon or under consideration nl proa- avoid conlests. M all evea.s I .do, (o-Cincinnati In Ilia -Jlls toil enl any -measure of general policy. I not feel as. free to mate an g0 to the private school this win- Neither of ihe rali-.vny company menl "srs.aj I do.ln the case and esrly lu .March" Jlalherjion which you' alludo has-made aiViot vacancies'cauEEil by death., VliNCOUVER "The Summer and Winter Playground of BAMIi' Yptl haya.cnr'neH a winter i Speml. it'in where the gieat oul-of-doora welcomes', you In Va'n'cquv'er you'll find no cold, harsh iior sierras, Vaiieouyjr Is. PRESBI'TERIAN Kriox CKurch Corntr 4th Me. and Slh Slritl S.- Rev.'.cSpi. A. H. Pastor Rev. W. r.' Burns, Acting PasloV. Itesular sen-ices at 11 a.m. and tin. r- 10 a-m.: Hoys Deparlinenl. and Dij Brplh- 'era.' l.04-'p._nil: Other oI_Sun-. day School p.m.: Chinese Class. LATTER DAY SAINTS Chiircliof -Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sainls Jl am 'Alice bocial Corner 7th Ave. and 12'h SI. S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.'nL Primary 3 p.m Relitf 2 p.m. -Visitors Always Blihop' W. Gtcn, 1016 '2nd Ave. South. Phone 1433. umaie coming lu any conclusion. -1 u.' -v----. nm conouion anu (_ 1 With rested to the railway on Its' would have been most agreeiblo lo ler) lha, !lo lower SI.-' UPOM wlilch a'rae If an under I'm., could hive 0 p tchej and large of. money, has been resched some moiUis lhat o( nQ [0 llle pended aud which is almqsPcbmvlel- there wo.uld he ,po elections lllis _------------------- ed. It appears (o'me that 1 vrlH as my li lion for aid'has considerable' fluence goes; lo adthe lhat parly OT 13th St. North. will speat among women and Believers assemble on.' the Lord's All Deiuilra'ents oi Wcstmlns- J__ 11 e.m. Day for. 'tie Breaking of Dread it 'BIG PRICE FOR POEM _ Chicago Jar bid ol 51 "CO mosl for the original ma-iufcrlnC of Pusone (Fields little Dij Dlue' was 'illalrjcl of mctrorplltall Etorcs and theatre; Vancouver Invites you to spend, your hol.lday with her. Send climate and he Eeiil'you FflEB. J. REGINALD Inbiistrjal Commissioner Su w SCi'.-Cily.-Hall VaKcouver, B.C. Can- in Ihe way of nn agreement upon the momentous.'ciuestion "wa have now to decide., Ifavias resard therefore .'Jo the ada's tart in tie war. parliament nor press can! we expect nor should we desire.tho s'jnnrcsslon of all'dlscu? In thi I above .facts, thai we. propose genifalon. F.ven' In.'ihe mo her counlrj 'ier Sunday.Schopl. 3 Adult and Young- People's blhle'Class In Parsoriige.- ---.8.ia AU Depirimenls Bt. .Andrew's Sunday School'" 7.30: Hey. A..W. Coone, secretary of tho Aluem Temperance .and. Moral Reform League will preach. ..-..ANGLICAN "'St. Cyprian's Chnrch Cor. 11ln Street and.Sth Ave. South. ,Rev. Canon-W. V. rtcMillen, B A, fteuUr Celebration of Holy Communion, S.30 a. m. Sunday School and Bitl; 3 p.m. EVENSONG 1.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- toy's at 8.30; 2nd and Ui. Suodajs -..-'it 11 a.m. 1th Sundays at I p.m. Gunday School at 3 p.m. Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Rc'JIng, WedpcsSay, 7.45 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Firat CKnrch of Chriat Scientbt Huii'BlocV, 7th Strttt Service at 11 i.m. Teallmioy most- Ine at 8-pin. READ1NG ROOM OPEN TO ALL. METHODIST ,nd Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobblcdick, Pastor Paripnaat 320 11th St. S. Phons.4 It: Ilev. II. S. BEVull, Financial Si fetary of Temperance a: Moral Reform League. I pjn.: Dlble School and Classes tor All 7.30 p.m.: The Paslor will condact the Service and an-addre33 OD "Home Building" will be given by Miss Bca trice Brtglen, the social eipcrU liluslc: Me Wesley; Solo, Miss Patterson, "The Day Thou GavesL Lord la Woodward; "I Heard Ihe 01 Jesus Male Quartelle; .Solo, "Ye That Art Kine, lira. C. Chrislian Church. 10.30: Sunday School followtd by Corcmnnlon Service and Preaching 6.50: Christian T.cdeavor. 1.20; Evening Ecrvlce. Itov.' 1-Yank A. Andrews will preach at the. momlcE aad evening ser- Everybody welcome. BAPTIST First Baptist Chnrch Cor. 3rd Aue. and 9th St. S. Rev. C. Baker, Pattor President of Brandon College will preach at both service. The Pastor -will give a brief address to the Tonns Worshippers aa uauaL Sunday School at 12 ISIdweet Services. Wed 3 p.m. Choir Practice, Friday, 6 p.m. Annual Meeting, Monday at 8 p.m. Yemen's' Meeting, Thursday, 3 p.m. Special Services at First Baptllt Church. Doth services will ho addressed by II. P. Whidden, D.D., ot Brandon Col- Ege-McMaster University on Sunday neit, January 21. efai prograin.outside of .war'measures vA that I ebail be consult! with you.reEarding be. lowed with respect- to. the several railway mailers referred I again niy. proposilion. Thai the term, of the present. p'ar-; liament be-'eitended for one year from Its legal "expiration. y That'the holding of a general elec- tlo'n'sbail he deferred until a reason- able sit after the conclusion of-peace. ___ j If not declared-when the tway Ihe said term expires.- the-j subject .of freedom of In that ah'ch we holdr.ig an election or further e'itend- must all loday bur p'ara- ins the lire.of-'parliament-la he coa--mount duly, iee that Canada sldered de uovo. puts forth .every possible .effort' for Bye-elections nol lo. ba .-'contested, the prosecution of .the war to a trium- Each side to hold the seats It concluslon." bolds or held before the vacancy oc-' curred." As the arrangement is be lns political truce Accept. With where is a dejreo of unity be- iKeeri parly leaders, lhat Is most there Js.'.still much free dom of dlacussloii. "The Canadian rarilamcat canaat-be dicate --.There will naturally, be. inquiry, into TratterB of Uitereal, thkt belnE one of the chief purposes for- Varllament exists. But 1 feel issured that It Will be quite possible for par- liament to' eietclse Its proper 'func- tions in tthls respect, wllbout -tn any Vours very sincerely, (Slsued) WILFRID vacancy by death'or reslg-ration. That in thc.nieantime lu parliament and in the press, so far as.the leaders on both sides' can effect', It, parly warfare shall bs suspended.. In view of the cxlrerr.e gravity of Che war situation and (he fact that hts majesty the has'.appealed to the nation-far the.largest possible number of troops, which appeal we Dr. Whidden Is not only one of Ihe endeavoring- now to-answer by Uadlns educators of the day but Is enllsllns .and equipping addl- one of lie. mosl acceptable preach- 'fooa' ta probably rollowed era In Western Canada. Hb 'services .enllstmen si strong ly are 'eagerly soughl on all occasions urse rou Iho desirability of ac- and lor all conditions and he Is al cellnS to my proroslllon i-l order lhat home equally In the University or the we may have our hands free lo pro- prairie school house. He comes here, on his way home from attending the Baptist Union As- sembly held In Calgary this week, for Inspirational purposes purely and wo mole what for the present must-be regarded as the supreme object. Vours lailhfully, (s.'gned) H. LL BOIIDE: I Th: Time Has Hot Arrivid for Ex- Ottawa OnL, Nov. 13, 1916. Sir Your letter of-the 13th instanl reaches'me on of my depar- ture lor Halifax to attend the funeral of Sir Charles T-ipper. I observe wilh regret-your .conclu- sion Lhat the Lime hag not arrived whe-i a settled shouTd he reat-hed .on the subject Interview and In p'jr. cpTrESppVd- ence. The acceptance' ot my. propo- sals Involves, as have- said: 1. The extension of Ihe term of the present parl'ament for one year. 2. The avctdanee .of a "general eletlion during "the war. ,vi arrangement that llons ehail not'be .contested, each rarly ho'ding the se'ats which It .prev- iously 4. Thp suspension of party Car- fare wlr.le the cinpirc is encased in a struggle fta eils- lence. ._. I desire lo repeat-aud ernphaslzo CHRISTADELPHIAN'S Mstt'in the Hocsc Hlgintolhim 1 Block, 5th St. and 2nd Avtnue South Wednssdaya: S p.m., Ulblg Class- at 3p.m.. to coamemorate are sure our anticipations will bo sat-j tension Ottawa, OnL, Nov. 13, 191S. The Baptist congregation will need j frean no urgins to welcome Dr. Whidden j yvnua i been unable lo concur' the considerations which wwo Hx- lo l.tlhbridge and all others who can itt Jour proposal ot an eilenslou of pressed In my Idler of tbc Sth in- spend the day w tb us will IK Canadian parliamentary term un- slant. welcome and well repaid. tll 3 ycar tne o( j Respecting your .referoncc lo the teacc. I have Intimated and 'i repeat'OiltlBh nailtamint I would obser.e your laler sugecsllon to cxiend Iho that tho of Canrula his not life of lhc present parliament for one, Ihe rower lo prolong Its lerm. That year offers a basis for co isld.eratlon i purpose can only bs carried Into cf- Filth Ave. N., Baptiii church acccplance. jitct by Icgls'allbn of the British par- am, remembering the r am obliged, however, to attach j liament bas'cd uron resolutions pass Lords Death. Evening, iJO, imporlancs Ihan you Ecem to.ed by Ihe Canadian senate aid house pel dEcline- i do, lo Ihe of the measures'of commons. Thla wo.uld Involve 3_p._n--L Sunday School. bo considered by parllimcnt at Us'elderablo delay and for this reason PENTECOSTAL Peniccoslal Mission Death and al 7.30 p.m., to pro-j a p.m 'i'rayer and the claim Ihe gild tiding .pi-he King- Word- p.m.. Special walling Man An Immortal lhc of the dom of God. Babject: "Has i All Seats Frts N'o Collecilon SALVATION .'SRAIY Holy Ghosi. Elder Ceo. F. Ds Ellion, ncit session. With reference to Iheja decision musl..Iie reached at a cpr- railKays mentioned by me. I undeplrearondlns curlier dale. Wo have no stand you lo say that no application assurance thai the Drlllsh parliament for assistance has yct_bcen made by I may not prorogue before iho coiiclu uny of them, "nil, T.nced hanlij Ision of our neit session. point out to you, ia no Indication Wilh possibility ot an loipcndlns i..r i. n FA n i ru rr, 'lhat lhero wl" be D0 such n) if I In ltls pwkct.! elon ol the present parliament would Hild at Citadel, Slh SI. J'e has been noa'ed tl15 discus-'Inevitably warm parlr con c..'n.r HoiinesS Sletling: r A? cA bcroro formal aro trovcrsy. ITie responsiblllllfs Impos "3 p.m. Praise'Jitcting and Th' Ihn government by this wa. veilni Jleetlnj. such as lo TRnuIro even if are. ol arduous nature atd Nights-Monday. S p.m.. Pub- ;ln? L no aff-sta'.Co of the wore the i-osl MrfecU and "lie Meeting. lny !uch "'-tllne altenfon from day lo day Thursday. S p.m, Sslrslioa Mceltns 'a "f te of imroTtaocc and !a Die absence of You canml fall lo rMlIro In lh Citato bard' In attendant. heartily Invllaa lo nllcni meet knowledge of what may come, nil, dircharse of these rcsronslbilitic.: EilLrday, S p.m, free and UK-tlCi! easy Everybody Welcome J Ings. Jesus ia Comlno Soon, Get Ready! -A HtTARrv WELCOME'TO ALL to Kill naturally dtslre maintain frecdbm ot action: The very fact lhat whilst soine THE MIRACLE- MAN Who Achieved His Greatest Marvel in the Perfect RerGreatioh of Music i s j THE'NEW EDISON is not machine." It does, what no talking machine can'do; what .no talking machine manufacturer would dare'attempt to do. l ficm thi NeW Rt-Ciuliaa o( thoje Mice musl IBCluiIe' every possibl provision and safeguard for, the gal- lant nfen who ho Co gone and who to rt-crtitcill fotmi of matic iffth nchb'tcral perkctwa nnot be (old from lhc Re-Citation. l GOME'TO ytJR STORE THIS WEEK We wint yon to Uie recreated of ZcoAtello md and ihe mutcilf bowinj of iip aiding and Fluck. v THE KENNY AIL1N CO., LiMiTED Next to Dallas Hold, Phoni The Drug-Booif Store ;