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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILTf HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 191^ UURIER TAKES UP THE DEBATE ON SPEECH; WILL BE CONCLUDED THIS WEEK :�Mril (nr.n b�U>:\- lie lleilUie Il!pi �}�. ition .-� ide. it inr thi^ haul; ami >fvfra] o: Ottawa, Mar. ;;>.--1V b.,t e on the iul-,tn which the pron-i dress in reply to the -peech troni the' Sr'.i nil uiiinV;i' � throne will, in all iiiwm V:ity. lie co:i-: eluded by parliament :h:s �vek. Sir: Wilfrid Ur.irier. w.'.o moved ilu> adjournment yesterday tr.i peered to speak tor .:bor.; . afternoon ant! Sir P.oher: Horden who will follow will de.:: in :i i':-.iriv exhaustive manner �:t'.t tli- i'v>':ii* of re cen; months .md the legislative proposals of the g.i�ern;m'nt as outlined lu ilk' spee, h iroin the throne. The length of tiie deha;o probably will dr- rep'v. r.di.ihiy will h-e , eaeiusion of �! s on ;he oppo-. ill ;;:eiude lion. ;'-i;i;i Archat;;-:.-. 1; is not e\ poi tod Uia: the oppo-i; ion will move an amendment to the address although their !.�. nothing �:' 1 rii�:..- in regard to this. Deputy Sutaker No raut'-ao nt h..? yet been rebelled in !�:�:�!; ? to the appointment of pentf to a considerable decree up r.i u deputy speaker on tiie conclusion of developments o: the day as the Keynote of the discussion will be set hy ;lie debate on tile address hut i: is still though: possible that a Kreneh-Cuua- thc two leaders. It is expected that 1 dint; supporter of Sir Wilfrid Unifier's Sir Wilfrid wiil make some critical ; wi'l he asked to accept the post in observations as to the military service j view of the eircum-tuiices that it is and the franchise acts: of last session i not desired by Or. Chahot. member for 0- \ -andibilious attacks, constipation, headache, jndigestionl, disorders of the kidneys and liver. Take, a glass of sparkling ABBEY'S SW.TS nhftit sad morning. C ThU invigorating, palataWe Jaiarive will clear an'd'iatrenRthen. the Intestines, ward off illness,, dispense with, that tired feeling of depression and keep, you in the best of spirits. C ABBEY'SiSAI,T-ranks firtt place among the few litdUpcniable specifics. C Try a bottle To-day. Cast aside the old stomach trouble* and' don't forget to .-ask for- vescent For nerrousnt>s and lack of blood, try-ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS At All DrDHgiiti 5� Cents a Box Will you take the trouble to cut out this advertisement? -If you do so and present it at our office within the next :!0 days it will entitle you to- A Discount of 10 % from our regular moderate charges. This offer places the host dental service within your easy reach. Why then put of:' your visit. Do not let fear of pain deter you. Phone 363 Dentistry as We Practise it is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson \ High Grade American Dentistry Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERT A CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK ! Ottawa, and the only French-Canadian 'j on the government side of the'house I Laurlsr Speaks I Ottawa. March 19.-The debalo was | continued on the address without de-' lay when the house met this after-� noon, yir Wilfrid Laurier on rising was greeted with prolonged applause 1 by the members sitting on the left of ! the speaker. He plunged at once into : the subject of the contents of the I speech from the throne which he de-j scribed as a document of unusual I length, made up of subjects, old and ' new. Inn chiefly old. The matters .' referred to. he said, were familiar to : the people of the comiiry. In regard . to some of them, they were awaiting the decision of the government, and he would refrain from comment in re gard to them until the government has introduced its proposals in concrete form. No Difftrence in Govt. Sir Wilfrid noted that the speech did not contain .tily mention of a siib-. jec which did not require any legis-' lation. Since the former parliament ' adjourned quite a change had taken place in the government. "1 did not." ; he said, "say change of government, but change in the government. 1 see , no difference in the old and new gov-; eminent. There is no new govern-1 men;; it is the same old government which has existed for the last six j years. As long as there is no change ' in the premiership there is no change , in the government.. It is the same; control and the same principle that j prevails." Pleasing to The Eye Sir Wilfrid went on to say that while 4 - ---! '.hi re had been no change in the gov- i ' eminent there had been a change in , its complexion. There had been not [ only an alteration, but an improve-; menT in the administration. There ; hsd been infu-eil into the government,, a rosy red color which is pleasing to ' the eye. The former, he said, had decided that' until a copious draft  coid storage and 1 �taken out again after the restot at ion ! of peace." If the principles of the | i British system of government were ; true and sound and efficient in peace I i they were enuaiiy sound aud efficient I ; in war. And If there was a feature! I of the British system which was es-' sential, it is organization. Kt-vnai ! vigilance is the price of libertj. l.'n-1 less there was eternal vigilance by a strong and resolute opposition, there was the universal testimony of history to show tltat encroachments would take place on freedom and injustice would he brought about. An Outrageous Bill Sir Wilfrid proceeded: "There is evidence of it today. The parliament of Canada meets today by a violation of what is left of the electoral law of the Dominion. Last session those who sat in the house were divided up on the question of conscription but there was no divergence of opinion in the opposition on the outrageous bill which was brought in as the War Time Election Act. We were opposed unanimously to every feature of it. Every j feature of that law was an outrage j and an odious violation of the very j foundation of our system of demo-1 cratic government." | Where Was Authority? I Sir Wilfrid had been told that an | order in council was passed authoriz-j ing the general returning officer to J STILL HOPE THAT MR. FREEMAN APOLOGIZES Halifax. March 10 -Hope that some i members of the cre�- of the Batiscan saved themselves wlion the collier � was dashed to pieces on the ledges off ' the Xova Scotia coast was revived to-I day when the following message was ' received from the Yarmouth agent of the steamer: "More wreckage, hatches anil life ; bolts coming ashore in the Tusket Islands from the Hatlscan. There is a remote chance of survivors being on Seal Mud Islands. Hesem: steamers will be on the scene today and will return tomorrow." William Spears, pilot of Halifax, who bus arrived here by steamer from St. John says that early last Saturday morning when passing Peters Island he sighted a ship well in among the dangerous ledges. This, he believes, was the Batiscan, and he fears thai she struck on the Gannet Ledges. "In the terrific gale that was then blowing." he said today, "the ship would not have had the flight es chance to escape. 1 doubt if the crew would have had time to launch more than one boat." ' The steamer hldna R. has returned from a thorough search of. the waters about the Tusket Ledges and reports having found no trace of the collier Hatiscan. lost in last week's'gale. The search is being renewed this afternoon. The go', eminent steamer sent to the scene has not reported yet. In tiie meantime, wreckage from the ill-fated steamer continues to come ashore. 'This morning, another body was found on the shore at Turpentine Island. It was clothed in a black sweater, blue overalls and wore tan shoes. No others have been reported. To the Members of tho Next-of-Kln and Public: 1 regret to say that through carelessness, the spocial car ordered for the evening of the ISth did not go out There Is no excuse to make and 1 wish to express my sincere regrets. Yours truly, M. Freeman, Commissioner. CHARGED WITH TRYING TO'FORCE SWEDEN Washington, March 19.-Germany fis charged in official dispatches reaching, here today from France with having attempted to force Swoden to be come a participant In the Urost-Litovsk conference for a settlement of questions affecting tho IJaltlc. > > * i ' APPOINTED INSPECTOR Winnipeg. March lit.-Lieut. Col. .lames' Lightfoot has been -ippointed inspector for the Dominion police lor .Military District No. 10. It was announce.| today. A staff of officers will be o:g:.nized immediately for the purpose of rounding up the draL evaders. Captain Caldwell. M.C.. of Rainy River, will act as second in command. SEEDING IN MANITOBA Winnipeg-. March IP. - Word was brought to the grain exchange this morning that several farmers in the Mennonite district at Winkler. Man., were busy on the land, and that seeding operations had commenced. This is the earliest on record for a number of years. Montreal, March 19.-Groat quantities of tish-and meat, valued at many thousands of dollars and hold in various cold storage plants throughout Montreal wore ordered destroyed, during tho last fhlrty days, ;js being unfit for human Consumption, according to extracts from the records of Food Inspector Boucher made public today. The food destroyed included 12,775 pounds of fish valued at $2.ni;"i ami oysters to the value of $3,937. The greater of the meat destroyed was immature veal. Some of the fish destroyed, it is stated, was brought to Montreal upwards of a year ago. ! !* *t# *t- *t* �9� lo lie used as special prizes for Red Cross work at the fall-next, summer. Twenty-six classes of work will be open for competition. An offer has been made by the company which will supply the midway to |mt on a Mardi Gras the last night of the fair. This was a feature of the fair at Ottawa last. year, and L'.l.tiou people attended the closing night for the special event. A wholesome spread, for a slice of Bread. The Kiddies "just love" CROWNBRAND CORN^SnOIP lit pure-gire tbem lotf of it ! At all grocers in 3 pound Perfect Seal Qm>M Jur9 or 2, 5, 10 r\d 20 pound tins. Write for free Cook Book. 18 THE MIUDI STMCH CD. UttlTEO, MONTREAL u 6 Foot Expert Now Here Come in and learn how easily you can gain complete foot comfort. This Chicago specialist will explain. Examination and Advice is Free He will be here two days, until next MONDAY NIGHT only, so don't delay, lie was trained under the personal supervision of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, the recognized foot, authority, and can positively shuw you tho way to foot comfort. Dr. Sertoli's Fixo Corn Plasters DISchol! Appliance orRanedij KvEwpj Tcot Tnxt�k Let the expert examine your feet, explain the cause of the trouble and show you how to correct it. lie will prove that you can gain IMMEDIATE RELIEF by sjiuply using tho proper devices to overcome the defects. If foot comfort is worth while to you, come in. W. J. Nelson & Co. SHERLOCK BLOCK 50c, Dr. Scholl's Bunion Reducers Watch Your Feet �r . Scholl's Toe-Flex, 50c TESTS FOR OIL TO London, March 19.-Active tests to discover oil will be made soon in England with the government's approval, according to the morning newspapers. The 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. (accept telegraph reports. If so. he wn:-i at a loss to know under what author-i ify such an order in council was pass-  fd unless the government had once I more resorted to the War Measures ' Act of 1911. "The War Measures Act already covers a multitude of sins." Sir Wilfrid added, amid the applause of his followers, "but there is a limit to the War Measures Act. So I put it seriously: Is it within tiie power of t�* government, to -pass an order in council to override the positive pros'isions of a statute passed last session. If it t be so, it is only further proof of what II said a moment ago. that we are sit-  ting today by direct violation of the i law of the land." ' Borden Speaks ! Sir Robert Borden who rose at t:2o j raid that Sir Wilfrid Laurier evidently was disposed to be critical but his '� remarks were not altogether logical, lie had said that there was an infus- ' ion of red in the government. That was '� the intention .when the government | was formed. i Insofar as this intention had not : been carried out up lo the present j time it would hi- attended to in the ) future. Sir Robert warmly compli-| mented both the mover and seconder ! of the address on iheir efforts. m A HERALD WANT AD. l Tells How To Loosen a Tender Corn So It Lifts Out Without Pain. You reckless men and women who are. pestered with corns and who have at least onne a week invited an awful death from lockjaw or blood poison are now.told by a f'incinnati authority to use a drug called frei-zone. which the moment a L-w drops are applied to any corn, the soreness is relieved and soon the entire corn, root and all. lifts out with the fingers. It is a sticky substance 'Which dries the moment, it is applied and is said to simply shrivel tho corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tisFim or skin. It is claimed that a quarter of an ounce will cost very little at any of the drug stores, but is sufficient to rid one's feet of every hard or soft corn or callus. you are further warned that cutting at a corn is a suicidal habit.- Advertisement. V_J BETTER QUALITY BED ROOM FURNITURE Make your bedroom a genuine place to rest. 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. Bordered Bed Room Scrims SAVE For the balance of this week our large stock of Bordered Scrims are on sale at 20 per cent, off regular prices. (Jet vours earlv. v---.-:_/ We have how on display complete suites and separate pieces in old ivory, white enamel, brown walnut, mahogany, gumwood and golden oak, in exquisite period designs that will give you a room to be proud of- Five-Piece Suites from $ 115to$275 BAWDEN BROS. SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS AI f GOING STRONG f^LL Fresh Bargains Every Day ;