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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAHCH 20, 1018 DUE. REPRESENTED Boidcn Says in Reply Thai N5thing Would Please Him Better THE LETimniDGE DAILY TFERALD PAGE FIVE OUawa, Mar. 2t!.-Tho prime miiilH-tnr In tlin liouso of commons this aC-tornoon annoinic�!(l llioroBlgnntlon of Hon. Albert Sevlgny ns minister of In-Iniid roveriuo. The rnslgnntlon, Sir Uobert salil, hart not yet hoen ucccptod, but would bo formally acceptod this week. It was tho Intention ot the government, lin. lidded, to consolidate the department ot Inland rovonuo with tho department of cnstoniH under Iho bill now before ' tho hoiLso. In his letter to Sir Robert' Borden, Mr. Sevlgny follK ot Iho many dltflcul-tlns encountered by the premier and Ills colleagues since tho beginning of the war and goes on to say in reference to the recent election: � "Tho vote of confidence In mir policy is certainly a great consolation to me, notwltliBtalidlng the defeat 1 have sutforod In my province. Another con-f iatlon I experience is to have re-' uined true to those who tell on the field of honor, to those who made glory ot hur country at tho price of the most notable sacrifices and also to have remained faithful to their families who have suffered tor the holy cause I our country esijousod freely and unanl-� mously in August, Vjt4. "I hope, dear Sir Ilobcrt, that tho I'Vench-Canndian minyrlty will soon consent to havo representation In the governmont. "Ilest assured that the great majority ot thQ.Froncli-CanadianH want representation In the government and that you will soon learn that tho province ot Quebec dons not wish Its isolation." Would Lli IN 'IS t Mr. Siting's pictures are enUrelsrcf/S out of the ordinary. Did you see hlnl|fi,;; In "The Countess Charming?" K xxath you missed a treat, pon't tall to see^l blm this tlmo, ^ i ADMISSION 20e AND lOo ' ' 'i'v^fl Mrs. Carfax IftNIOHTrTOMORatW A STORY OF LOVE AND DANGER George Walsh in "The Beaiff , A Fox masterpiece In Five Acts, Other good pictures on the Pro'ariinillieii. te�e^'^ "