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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1919 THE LETIIimiDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ..-.VVA, March counting oulot (he houie lust ntstit Jcti-to for- malities this afteruooii beforo tiie de- bate on lha address couW le rtaum- vl: the honso met, Sir Tliomas White jrtwutfHl a resolution which pelulcd out owiot; to a lack of a quorum, too special order under n-Ulch tiie was iirocetdini; tail md his motion was to tlia lo continue tho Otliatc on the address. Mr. Foster was spruking last uiglii when a count ol members to jiroJuce a quorum. Before Mr. Foster could proceou however, tiie speaker that under a ruling eiren, in die Iliilisli homo, Mr- Foster had spoken once ii debate and, therefore, could not not to Ihe notion (which had lo bo by imam- ut Ihe oppostlion. liiouiht tbat- Sir Thomas saoulij flret have Mcured Ion. Kurltier on tho ntiSreVi at the end at the order and tho rule the vrior uru- ceralnc? should first bo "1 am Mr. MaiKenzlc lidded, lo the Inugliler of Ilia followers, 'that one of the frulls of Ihe ordcrs-ln-coun- cil iiasEed by Ilia (overnnwiii that IU friends lie 1101 til Ink. they would The speaker, Ills rulins on a jircvious decision, licM that it ivas Koniio's second jminl. he remarked that.-on tho first day o[ the present session a motion lia-.l been passed siv- Ins dobale on the speech precedence over other business, except presents- i Ion of bills. _ Strike Unsettled On tho calling ot Ihe orders o( Iho day, Hon. diaries Murphy asked i! any progress had been made in rejanl to settlement of the strive at the gov- ernment printing bureau. Hon. -Martin llurrell, secretary of stale, replied that tho position had not changed much since his nient to the house. In view of the fad lhat Iho employees were in as favorable, or in belter position than those employ- ed in .outside firms in Ihe opinion ot tho government there there was no reason for tho strike. In view of the Flrike situation and the cosl of operat- ing tho bureau, as staled In the report T.reseuled to the house, Ihe govern- ment, would have to consider Ihe question of c-loaing the oureau, Han- sari] beinE produced on a inimo- graph certain other papers wero lieing printed at Ihe militia depart- in en t. Mr. Foster, of East York, then rose azalo The speaker's ruling laneu au-1 Mr. Foster seat- The speaker tliH lie was compelled to: place this Iritpipretaliou on Inc BrittBh ruliu. .Bui as it impose Kreal hardship on Mr. FOMcr, neat of lUe house, .allow ?Ir. Foster iu proceed. There was another l.iugU' tvhen consent was giveo. Jjjscusslng tho Question o! building' highways, Mr. Foster lie not ff r PRESIDENT WOOD CANNOT ATTEND CONFERENCE H. Wood ol Iho r. A. was in ih'j city yester- day for about iivo minutes lie- twceu tiains. He was on liis way north after visiting the south 1owns. President Wood slated thai, owing lo neces- sity ot nic-akiiig ai Manila Thursday, wlit-rc hi! bus. been liilled for come linu', it 10 present lor tho Irrigation conference lo- uiorro'.v, nnu-h as lie would 10 Hu salj lllii WHS his first trip of l.clhbridm-, anil he- was crcatly tukon with the- development liic couu- try. UP ONCE IRE AMSTERDAM. March tlie> former Sparlacan police clilc-f of Herlin an 1 woo has hi'Cn liviii? under an assumed name in Ocr- many, addressed :l inec-tins ot Inic- pemitut-Sudatiils in 'Jut cil> .Monday. II is leported he lias atdins in attempt to crlabllEh an Jn'ltpc-lldCDt vor.-ul lessens it soon became ap- parent lliat tiie concert platfui-ui ruthvr Iban ttagu'-was lo be the JieU of Ms fuMr') cntleavori. But the fense of the dramatic lias conlinuc-d to be very utronii in Cecil Funning. Those' who have scc-n bis niiiuing of liic slory ot ll-e 'X'ytlc of tht Vine." liis series oi folk or his of tbo dramatic Scolcli '-K--1- warJ." and tho like, cannot doubt Mr. is U-ase ami anJ ihen co-nfcssosl IHT dccJ to hor The cnragwl at her act and coiukmm her your appctiles for the coming summer, wo are going supc-rb in ihe ,____ corn's the nisEioiato, fieri1 yomiBj iM of tjie (Ic-scrt doys not; the of tbo word TL--; t! sitaillt. NAZIMOVA'S "EYE FOR E.YE" EXCELS "REVELATION'1 In tho sceuee iu which she docs tiie dance of ihe veils sue holds toe audience in the palm of her j not a -sound lo break the rapt otttn- li'jn -'.lib -which her work is received.! Talk o( tht with Dorothy ih FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION ft ff