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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. May S. TIIH T.KTII BRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 j Page ,1 nsational Bargains for many months Some 300 pairs of Ladies' high grade Oxfords, Pumps and Strap Shozs. Lois of odd lines of Misses' and Girls' School Shoes In the lot are Ladies' Patent Kid Oxfords, Patent with Kid Top Lace Tan Oxfords, Chocolate and Tan Pumps. Lots of odd lines of Lace and Button Boots for Ladies, Misses and Children. Come Friday or Saturday and fit the whole family out almost for the price of a pair. to Shoes for And a Big Hosiery Event, too 75c Silk Hose for 42 l-2c 30 dozen Ladies' Pilk Hose with Lisle Tops in tan or black; sizes 9, iH'i, and 10; hiRlily fashioned, double foes and heels. A splendid summer hose; Value 75c. Friday nnd Satuiday, 2 pairs for.......... and Lawn Dresses Elegant designs in Ladies' New White Lawn Dresses, low necks or Siiilor Coilur effect. Some made with full embroidered fronts; all are trimmed with a pretty Irish lace and insertions. Styles are right up to the moment and values are 55.00 and SG.OO. Friday and Saturday....... A Busy 25c Lack Table Londed up with Children's While Lawn Pinafores and Ou'ialls. beau- tifully tucked or lace trimmed. Lad- ies' Lawn Corset Covers, daintily made with three rows of lace inser- tion and lace. Ladies' fine ribbed Cotton Vests and Drawers und other garments. Regular value :i5c and 50c. Kriday and Saturday Ah! Now for the Kiddies, 3 to 6 This nil! help mother io econn- in Ihesc hard daiuly nohlu, .stylish little dresses, in washable ginghams, chtimhmys. and Ohl in so many nobby styles and the of combinations of tiimmiugs is simply immense, C'nmc and ifcl a I'ew; values up to Fiidm and Saturday............. E. The Big Store of Satisfaction HI A Lawn Waist For Madam l.i arc samples, some a little soiled or mussed, some with luw neck and short sleeves, others high neck and long sleeves, hut all dainty and up-to-date richly (rimmed with lace embroidery and insertions you'll find. S1.75 and S2.00, for Friday and Saturday Extraordinary Silk value 85c Ahuul 100 of rich SHU I'f.iu de Soie. with a rich satin tinish. This is the silk that will not cut; elegant for ladies' dresses and waisls. Black and iisvj only. Regular On sale Friday and Saturday for...... Borden not Only Slops Free Speech-but Takes From Peoples1 Representatives Voice in Expenditure Ottawa, Hay In conr.oction uli Uio application of rlosiiro rules Ttas made in Parliament after eifiul o'clock hy Mr. Bor- dcn. Afior the conrjusion of the tpecth liy F. B. C.mell, of Carlcton, N II.. the Frcimur to-so and moved Itat fuTiher consideration ol Clauso Tui> bo 'inure arc iiluuaefi in thd bill. One clause bdb bem i-afestd, Mill the rlniiso providing for the of tbir- being cnnslder- fd It is llio ulaviEQ has noon Antler rt ia fission over elr.ce tlio geo Jilid of tho hill As a Friday night riiUBtcn Is not popular with the memhars, many of bhom renke'a practice of point homo tor tho 'weekend, it ID possihlo that (i voic not he ukon until iion- BhouM tlio opposition doclilu to de- b'.U- Hie third reading, aod it 1s nf- ji.wt certain that tUt-} Mill, LI ireurjd noUco will tie rn Thli menus lliat the- bill rrtnijOl lie finally id of lefcri! or Ih'in-day V.'lan of Cl.msc Three T iftknn ton'glit, Mr. aic.H. 'J iiu clause provides for the; I'.iil'.orit; of trie (lon-mor-ln Council funrridiiicM "I'arlia- t" for ttou rnoi-ln Mr {Ifiinnn cmitnilfel in.it (he- fCr.-.al of MCH llp'u n men i, i' ttfis to lake froi.i IV-th'mcnt an.'r jtlarc In of il-i- fjcAcrfoient rhc timlrol Hf fn'-lfjv.P-l hy Mr. and ft- ih" of the It fraiir: O'hci ask'.'I i.mltr t n.Hi, th.it under Id lion Mr. PugOfy thereupon TORO .o A point of order. Iif: that Mr. Arthur M Jn int'drprttms tliy r rules in the of iho Prime Mlnialer, hail stated that no motion uould bo upon until one mber had spoXon on either side. The member for Portiise la I'raSrie was either wronE; cr this rule been passed by false pretences. We haTo heen eiid a Liberal Parliament "Mr. German, Welland, In his i Kpeech, caid lie could Hut the. guv-: tinmcnt iKtonded to put new rnles ttti-ct pio.nptly ntid, emphatically "Those of ut Mho -ire lid on- v.ili have to stand from he "1 don't It now, 1 obieci ihL-> a- triajoiiiy J.irpe j onoiiEh to tai'iy ihis bill through the j House We all ihia; from tho Hut this House1 Is rot the final tourl of xnnMls. [iQople of Cannda "ill ;.et to tc aii'l E tin- time mil j rjillly come ihey uill lie- iisk-1 fd. thoir oiiinion on prob lem. I uoaW like to sre it this sum- n'.pp If tho sovprniccnt H so conli-l rfcr-t of Us lot I'arlia-nont he" diFSDhetl, and if RTP j lien tl cy fuc jears of I'ov.-! or of thnm. h.ise fell that the Nmii! A1 A iutiO'S'ictil, h> ihb; 1? stibtcrvU-nt of! n.cut. It ttrikif :it the root of; re possible n j on tn'Kc the control of I aw.iy r.irllauiuiit and it in 1 (he of the Gdv ernor-iit Conn-1 ell I lhat tint c.ui lip( done nnilt-r this Anl An none under Naval Act. passfjcl hy (hr late gOMTrniicnl." Mr. Gcrrmn tv'.en (.'lanse Trirf.c cf tho bill l.e to a? J "1 no F.iid snrji shAll used and] ajin'.iert jndor tin- direct inn of T'.ir- j IMmput In ine consinictlon and cfjuip-j tner.i of or CIUJP-! ThU rlausc rcarh 'The -aid v 311 tn "stall be ii'cd and anpllnl the .'hrcctlon ol the oil in conatriirtion anj equipment j of lial'ICrttiipn nr armoieil irnlstrs nf the ;iiuilc-rii nnd jov.crful iiiUtMer of pul-bc.- Premier Horden that diFti'sncd iiioriiinj; and the liehate of Tucvi-iy. April K, I as He tominitlpes had nlm-it ion- Inil i.oi r-l Trinti AlLtit. Srludc-d their wurk lUre no tfa- j that iLr goirriim. mtp-isler ot li.e house should not meet j lei r- of the Georgian canal. llf-r- j th.U hr vumlil i-onsnlt Mr ''l j Hogers ar.d a reply to the IIKNIL- for later on. I I Vi -1 f Premier Gave Notice in House' non t-iant uiiw "as n.cimr.1 io --Some Willy Sallies Across Floor ut'dlicr ili.1. it is usually pruptr tu In- liaii i.ecu (nllauiin- a ft.oil j le ilrnp Ihc ilcin. nins scssioi.s n.c VOIIFO, m t.iKiiK tl.e i.jipnsuion s Mr. Ronlci -.aid (lint it i.nt vis ralilK-J tn v ,i.c lo nukr in Icgulalion to tKallll illul 1le csliraltfs il duii't cm- Ihrj as to cM'cc( Ilic ,Mnrn for {lie- Pir- v.-alVs, for asphalt paiIng, Sl'.v )iiiiiier.c-p'L thcr ol tiie isl1- uwO; for e.stcrjding conduit sy Sir Wilfrid l.aurirr rcriprn- [or tl r f r r r irr r'-f o .1 7--34ll A" fc r u -V t fv u x ;NX. 7- HART LEV OEWART.R.C FOR ul tin1 Mc-Klnnon D.iO: cial Co.. t'riHiarli'r'i. hnif nor. hair tor a Salurda) "J PHOI'OSE TO WITHnilAW l-'KOM THIS CASE" Stnsalional Incident before the Privileges and Election! Committee of the Ontario Legislature, when H. H. Oewarl, K. C., couniol (or William Proudfcol. M. P. P., announced Wl Intention ol withdrawing because the Chairman of (he which is predominantly Co.isrrvntive and government supporting, declined to allow hrm to dtlve deeper into the admission o( Hon. Mr. Hanna, provincial secretary, th.v. le had accepted five hundred dollars for Cor.icrvatlvo parly (ends, from one 0 S. Taylor, who was mixed up In government WMn Mr. Dewart withdrew, Pco-jdfoot with followed by the five Ubenl members of the Cornnrlttee. The in vestljitlon then urocetdid before the Conservative members, who "stuck." ;