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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta "'-jr.- 'i.e.' THE LETHBRIDGE DAILTJ HERALD UyRIER TAKtS U DEBATE ON SM; W EO IS WEEK > Ottawa, Mar. i9.-Debate on the address In reply to tlip speoi'h from the throne will, in all probahilliy. be concluded by parllnmenl lliip week. Sir Wilfrid i.^(urier, who iiujv'pd the ad- to which the premier will reply. Several mlniislcrs probably will bo ; lieard from before the conelnsion ot. I aitiou Ottawa, and the only Fronch-Canadittn on the Roverntrient. sldo of thothousC. ' Laurlar Spcaki V Ottawa, March 19:-The debnlo wns continued on the address ^without delay when tlio house met this after-noon. Sir Wilfrid\Laurler on rising wa3 greeted .'With prolonged, npplauso by the toembcrs sitting on tho left of the speaker; He plunged nt once into the subject of .the contents of tho .�peech from the throne which he described as a document ot unusual length, made up of subjects, old and new; but chiefly old. The matters referred to. he said, were familiar to the people ot the country. In regard to some of them, they w�re awaitinR tho decision of the government, and ho would refrain from commenf in regard to them until the\ government ; has introduced its proposals in con-; Crete form. No Difference in Govt. TUESDAY, MARC Halltax.vMarch l9.-Hope that sotHe members ..of the ere*- ot the Butli|can saved ..themselves when the collier; wns dashed to pieces on the ledges off tho Nova Scotia coast was revlv'^d today when the following message", was received from the Yarmouth agent ot I the steamer: More wreckage, hatches, and life' he debaie and M)e,kers on tho oddo-I Wilfrid noted that the speech bolts coming ashore in the Tusket.Is-' side Tt ' ^\ ,1 will include X''''' �t � sub-1 lautls from the Batlscan. There la a ^hf lllUx .loicpl, A^^^^ ^vhich did not require any re^m�te chance of survivors being lation. Since the former parliament Seal Mud Islands. Rescue -steamers will be on the scene today,and will Journment yesterdiiy Ifto.rnoon. Is ex-j Kodolphe peoted to speak for isliout an hour this > buult and several oiiuMs, It is not ox-1 , ,.,,, , , . i j . , afternoon and Sir lloberi Borden who i pectod that the opp-.-ition will move i 1""^ � t ,�........ will follow will deal In a fairly exhaus- j an an.endment to the address although gov�rmnent "I did not." ( retur tomorrow." tlvc manner with tho events ot re- there i.s nothing definite in regard to i ^"'nge of Kovermuent, William Spears, pilot ot Halifax, cent months and the legi.^ilaUve pro-! this. i but chauge in the government. I see j wliojiag arrived liere by steamer from posals of the government us outlined i lu tire speech troui tho throne.- Tiio' Deputy Speaker I no difference In the old and new gov- No arrangemen: has yet been reach- [ orniuent. There Is no new govern- lenglh ot the debate probably will de-jed in relertnve to the "appointment of i the same old government pend to a considerable degree upon | a deputv speaker on the conclusion of lias existed tor the last six developments of the day as the key-! tho debute on the address but it is still! JY"' long tjs there is no change note of the discussion will be set by i thought possible that a bVench-C-ana-1 � V!^ premiership there s no change 'In the government.. It is the same the two leaders. It is expected thai / Sir Wilfrid will make some critical ' observations as to the. military service ' and the franchise acts ot last session control and tlie same principle that dian supporter ot Sir Wilfrid l^aurler's will bo asked to accept the post in J '^o"'T' J) view of the circumstances that It is prevails, not desired by Dr. Chabot, member for ! Pleasing to The Eye" j Sir Wilfrid went on to say that while I there had been no chauge in the gov't ernment there had been a change in � St. John says tlmt early last Saturday morning when passing - Peters Island  * *******  MR. FREEMAN.APOLOGIZES To the Memb.era of the Nest'bt- � Kin and'Public: 1 roKfet to�8ay that through carelosgiioss, thOjSpQcii^l ,car or- (\pTOd (or'the ovehlng ot'.Uie > 18th did riotfgo out, , to he used as special prizes for Red Cro^s- work at the fair next summer. Tweivty-slx classes of Avork will be open for competltlob; �  An otter has been riftde by the com-' pany which will supply the midway to |)ut on a Mardl ;Cras the last night of the fair.. This was (a feature of,.the fair" at Ottawsi last "year, and �,5,1)00 people attended the closing night for the special event, g , .j --f",;' !^ 322 A whotesome tpread, for a alice of Bread. -The Kiddies ''just love" asm. GCHOi^snnip k� fiTt tbea lol� ( it ! At all grocer: ia 3 pound Perfeot Seal Quart Jar* or 2, 5, 10 rri(l 20 poand tini. Write for frea CoukBook. " MONTRCAk J) H 19. 19lj mmm MdihtrjBat, Miiircli 19;-broat ^quati-tltics ^qt'^lBhi an^;-me(kt,WaIue^ .;at many thoiianiida pi't'doilnrsi a'lidihold in various coltl Btdrnge plants thr^jughout Montreal wo/e ordered destroyed, during tho last itliirty days, r.B being unfit for human donattmpllon, according to extracts front the records of Food Inspector Boucher ,rando public today. Tho food destroyed Included 12,775 pounils of flah'valued at ,|2,545 hnd oysters to the value ot $3,937", Tho greater .of the n\oot destroyed wi^s) Immatiiro/vbnI. Some of the fish fle-gtroyed. It Is stated, was brought to Montreal upwards of a year ago. f CHARQED 'WITH TRYINO -.i . TO'FORCB- SWEDEN ! 'i-. � .:: �< Wnslilngton, March lb,-Gor- < ninny (Is .charged in official dls- 4 , patches reaching., here.,', today 4 from France with having attempted toWfto Sw6deh to be-conie a partfbtpant tn the Bro'st-Litovsk conference for a Bettloment of irluestlons' affecting tho Baltic. 5 } 9 J 9 J 'SHIPWRECKED An Atlantic Port, March 19,- Flva shipwrecked seamen, the crow of tin American schooneri Tntler, who nban* doned their vessel In a gale whilt bound from Turks tslaiid, AVest Indies to NowXoundland port, were aboard i British steamer Which arrived here today. The steamer picked them up al sea. . , Tlie Tatlor, owned by the Gordon, Pew Fisheries Company registered 18J tons Her homo port wae Glouchos-tor. 4" " Fi)bt Expert Now Here Come in and learn how easily you can gain complete foot comfort. This Chicago specialist will exploin. Examination and Advice is Free He ivill bo here two days, until next MONDAY NIGHT only, so don't delay. Ho was trained under tho personal supervision ot Dr. Wm. M, Scholl, the rccogni/.Qd tool i\ulliorlty, and can positively show you tho way to foot comfort. Dr. Scholl's f^lxo Corn � Plasters DtScholl Lot the expert e.'iamino your feet, explain the cause of tho trouble and show you how to correct it.' He will prove that you can gain IMMEDIATE RELIEF by pjtuply using tho proper devices to overcome the defects. If toot comfort Is worth while to you, como In. W. J. Nelson & Co. SHERLOCK BLOqK 506, Or, Scholl's~ Biirilon Reducers Watch Your Feet BE MADE IN ENG. ' London, March 19.-Active tests to discover oil will be made soon in England with the government's' approval, according to the mohiing newspapers. TJio Daily Express says that drilling operations must await the arrival from the United States of machinery ordered last July, but which Is still in storage In New York. . TRY A HERALD WANTAD. telit How To Loosen a ,T�n Corn 8o It Lift* Out , Without Pain. - jj You reckless men and women who arc peslerfed with .corns and who have at least onoe a week, Invited an awful death from lockjaw or blood iKiison are now,told'; by ft Cincinnati autliorltyto tisfe a drug* called treezone, which the moment a few drup's are applied to any corn, tho soreness is relieved and soon the entire corn,'root and' all, lifts out with thc� fiiigers. - It is a sticky substance -.whioh dries the moment it Is applied.and is said to simply shrivel tho corn without Inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or sldn. It Is claimed that a quarter of an ounce will cost v6ry little at any ,or the drug stores, Init is sufflclent.f to rid one's feet of every hard ov soft corn or callus. " i You are further warned that cutting at a corn is a suicidal habit.- Advortlsenient. BED ROOM FURNITURE Make your bedroom a genuine place, to jrest. A well furnished sleeping room is a luxury that will more than compensate you for the small difference in cost between the high quality suites and the ordinary ones. We have how otn display compltite; suites' and separate pieces in old ivory, white ehamiel, brqwn walnut, mahogany, gumwood' and golden'oak, in exquisite period designs thatSvill give you a room to be pioud of- Room Scrims SAVE V 20/0 For the balirii'ce of this week our. large stock ot Bordered Scrims are on sale at 20 per cent, off regiilar prices. Clet yours early. Fiye-Piece Suites from SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S GREAT. EST HOME FURNISHERS Fresh Bargains Every Day 8 ;