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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May fl LKTiihiJinOR DAILY Page u' ro .-it itv He till Astounding SATURDAY SPECIALS 'fl Saturday is a real bargain feast, at our store. The fact that we get more 'crowds on Saturday than any other store in town proves that the public appreciate our wohderful low prices. fj Tomorrow we are clearing a large delayed shipment of and Ladies' Skirts, as well as" otfier'lines, and we advise early shopping. Note the following Sample Specials II !N FULL Premier Using Closure Unfairly to Railroad Quebec Nation- alist Naval Bill Through ,50 .45 39c 69c 35c 35c 5c 98c Men's Suits of fine all-wool serge. Regular Men's Suits of fine twe-nds Regular Boys' Suits of good tweed Regular 35.00 Other High Glass Suits Reduced Accordingly Ladies' Top Skirts of fine lustre. Reguhr -S3.50 for............. Ladies' Sateen Underskirts Regular for Men's Dressy Low Shoes Regular for.......---- Ladies' Black Oxfords, Regular for Double Size Bed Spreads Regular 61.50 for line Balbriggnn Underwear Regular 75c for The Daisy Safely Razor with six Blades, complete BIG SHIPMENT 01' PRINTS To clear at......- Mons' Serge Pants Worth for Heaps of Other Wonderful Bargains: N.B.--No pbone orders filled. Relurn car fare re- funded buyers fromSouth Side on purchases over 1.00 of closure, the tffcci of uhlcli be lo terminate ihe on the naval bill in ccmmilltee brtore the House rises 01 V.AR given by Premier Hortka at 1 The Icginnlng of ibe end of this ihase of iho discussion came at halt m hour after miJnight, I'reiuier rose to move thai lurlber consideration of Clause Fiie ol the >il I be postponed. Tbe Opposition demanded a on tho enJ of Clause Tbe rcaalt was S4 lo 41. Premier Borden the-n introduced an amendment, clause to be added lo ihe bill, providing for the before Parliament ftiihln fsfuen cUjs alter It mectjj ol a detailed si at men I of experiiUure under the act during tlie then lnst> preceding fiscal jeur, 0. Carvcll, Carlaon, IAOM mend in en t to the effect thai all the contracts must be let by public ten et Parliament. He that h" be nUllng to tca-h j. iote by To him aleo very plain. Tfce of tho On- position desired to i-'a- UrusuU In position of a r. Fur it ur ulne be had to on Clause Two. atd deeded to ralee tbe cry ol A cup of TEA that is a Safe, Pure.StimuIa- ting and Wholesome Beverage. ta SEALED LEAB PACKETS OKLY. Grten and Mixed. FERNIE STREETS CLEANED UP AND MANY SHADE TREES WERE PLANTED j of filr Wilfrid saw thii if U- and afler thkf pa'ltlng lo pose, II no'j'd not but ns u hero. He right hon. frlead dor.e wbci Le bslr lifted, nnd boaeitJ :at he was proud of It Mr. Eorden said t-at tnis a undid admission th it there bad etn obstruction. discussion coi.unii'-d alo hese llr.cs for some thcnlpo to reach the porlals of political in- Mr. Borden said fie -..o-jld to! sanity, but I did not know that they Ihc Opposition to QJFCISS tLc I would icach them so soon. They Fernie, Mav S V. Moll, travel hny sales for the .Stu-itb-A fr CurporrilEon la Rrilish Columbia, in on the morning uain Calgary ttiis morning and will s.Vr.d I a Jrr, clajB at home. The sMpuuat ol liitw can being heavy at this tr.ic, Mr Molt ".til br leading for m- terior about the fitsl of next As 'oday was proclaltncd a holi- day by Mayor Gates, some of Fer- best btrcets in real need of a thor- ough deaiims. and many ot hite fad it tcday. Aloug Ecrcral ol t'.an or araecdmcnt. the main and m man) The member for ta Pnirie Of gardens, shade liees provider had paid oiily ft'J tosaue govern- by have heen planted and nieot do thai. uill help to heiutify the town ia Right at the "I always eaEd Mr. German, "that Ibis government had not far to uoier the rules a treasure bo put through by the simple mear.s dlscJsslcn WH.VI -___. W______- is a 'rlifcoul dlsouf do as clausea lu acy ordc-r of presence they mlsht desire uutil co Saturday Mr. Boivln Slid that this oiiH not do, because might Lt- differences of opinion among the mem- bers as to w hlch tin.' tht Im- portant clauseB. Mr. Borden said le apjrcttatecl the argument, b'Jt the mem- bers could consider itc uniter am- ong themselves, nr.d Mr. llch In could confer wtlh him at o'clock. Mr. K. Ji. MaeDor.ald raised Iho uoEtit that a motion 10 sui-yctid cusslou ol a clause apjj'.ics onlj lo dorje this very thing, or at least. arc doing II." The member for Welland contended tliat tbe present bllll was wrong, be cause It took out ot' the hands of Parliament the expenditure of monej jnd placed II in Ine hands ot the sov err.or In council. George McCraner, ot Ssskaloon, re fcrred to tne' departure from Canada of Hon. Geo. E. Fotler. He r-ald n doubt Iho Minister ol Trade ;ind Com jncicc would be now extolling the al defence of Australia, its ships and Us sailors. He, was not calling AU ure vears A KaU-brecd from Macleod named Villiam CorriRall, was brought to he ut> jail this afternoon from Mi hel, where he hid. been taken belori Magislrate Thomas Corkill on charge ol vajrancy. He was olderei o move out, but as he rlid not obe .lie order he was arrested and w i! now have fo work out a sentence o thirl) days' imprisonment with hai labor. firm friecdi of TabloSilt. U U pure cltaui and auy gtocer for uisbeitcilt, be will Rive yen1 Sill CTtrj Kot it costs il Jeff th; know thai V.'indsor Table. Salt their costomtii. 57 into ex- perience a reign ot terror, according lo Mkyor Wflton ol Tlmrains, vio ia here, following (he recent eirfoslon of a powder The Mqyon expects that mrwe oul- rases will occur. the general 1m prenslon. is UiU the eip'oslon, wo in- tentional, wlib. the oBject ot tiding tha thefts of ponder from thej building. The proYtachi' authorillet hli qutst deiipatcbod detfcllves to prcventAlt outrages. iraiia. tcparalist and disloyal for Ihe Billing In It is moveJ, ar.J jnE iuausuraSed her own naval ser- tSial Clause Tiso ftas not open cotiEldcrallon. Mr. Marclle (Bagot) spoke at length Mr. MacDocald iluii jskcd for a I -ia French, after which the Prime Mln- Blatf-ment as to the under _..... ,.._ TrLlch Ihe Premier had motions for poslroncmtnt. ier aeftin ,.r c-nll0t tbrit ,be discussion on IWs clause has been relative to en mis cirfuae ima To Ibis -Mr. Uordon reiilird tliat his anjthins In said Mr. Borden. "ex- m Wednesday morons, if notice Is jUen on Monday. When consideration of the Navnl Rill resumed, Mr. oT asked when consideration of Clauses Two and Three, the discuBsioo of which uas yrsterday, would be resumed? Mr, Borden said tbe rtiscnsMon would be taken up again FOOTI SE Claupes Four and Five arc dealt with, probably Mr. Rolvln said It was ridiculpus to neither Clauses Four and n.ntH HpeccceF. the House said nhai Clauses Two anil Three are to. ta'xe. They migh change them, to Four and Five. Thcri had been reasonable time allotted fo Ihe of Clauses'Two arn Three Tho nev, rules could rot b applied In a manner lo mafce the com mlttee the laughing slock of th House The clauses of the Wll -ha been dlslposed or one ftftor Rr.oihc: Mr. Borden said that the dlelcucalo on dauGe Two had lasted lot ncarl twenty As a matter of ever, althuugh the House In a techn cal sense was considering latitude had been given, an the Dfn fi considered in all 1 phaf Hi- desire to prcVe: tbe U-'iJOfliJtun moving nmendnicnl but he v.tuid reinind Ihe members opposing that they had declined -to omo lo a vote on tne amenuments ai- oady He be quite wilt- he paid, to come to an agreement B lo when any of the clauses of the ill llself be finally disposed icak to his motion it to a" greater extent whtn he said Uhalrman Illoiiflin rnlej Jhat the I thtre Tsas.a pledge. I to iqtion was nol debatable-, where-! say nere and now that no pledges pin -Mr, Graham raised a point of have been except those publicly rdtr, and argue4-lnat under the in- erurelailon of rules gh en "Coming lo consideration of the idoa 'of an appropriation under tup n behalf of the on of an appropriation u air of ihc debate on tau closure re-'xaval Service Act of 1 would] oVutlon-, ot least, two speeches to present the position lie hop laid before the House. He. that that can he done under the to constltule a dcb.ite. Meignen arjucd thnt Ihc motion was not at all under Ihe ules, and that, therefore, there couW nor" anj number of Mr. Stevens dre'A attontioy to ,he fact lhat speecbes had been bill can lie done under the Kaval ser- Act an approrriallon. H Ibis be EO, I cannot lollM the reason why he objects lo Ibis "As It seems that speeches of the honorable gentlemen opposite ran be rr.nde by Oprojution menitera on tlie tnnde erjually on one clause of bin Full dficnssion'had been allon- ihe bill or another. 1 nould venture to the Opposition learifr in Hie words of the member COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Merchants 418 13th ST. NORTH LETHBRIDGE inn i rnw nut mi IKT uui int Quebec, May Allan Uner Sumplan brought here from Glasgow Ur, A. Forbes MncKay, who was one of Hie medical men allnchcd lo the ciiacklolon expedition lo tho South jylis region and W. MacKlnlev, an- .other member of Ihnt. wpcdltlon. They Intern lowin tne anciiigh plorer Btefanson in his expedition (o :ho far north. Dr. MacKay will charge of the organliatlon of the vict- ualling and other details connected with tho voyage of Stefar.son's ship, Ihc "Thcknrhicli." DoiiIn if the clauses ould not bo tltait one ndor the ueiv rules in four days'. Mr. Rordon repeated that Ihe gov- rnmcnt wouUl willing to make any reasonable arrangenirn', as fo vhen vote-, bo taken. _ Mr. said he was oulle will rig to admit tliat the Opposition nol ngree lo a vote being (ok en. But in spile of (his attitude on he part of the ts now wihln the power of the governmbni .o pass the clausgj in the lime tiifn tton by enforcement of the new rules Mr. Borrien that If the Opposl lion unwilling to come to ftD ag rcemcnt and insists on Ihe enforce itient of the new rules llity eltuallon which makes It difficult t ___.v amono'menla lo be made to th latter clauses of Ihe bill. Hon. George P. Qrntiam eald tha the could he golllcilned on at a time, bul that It was Iho deslr of Iho Prime- Minister to gc Ihcm nil in ho iiaughor r.nnpu rfi (iwt, cnfuO lime, _ Mr. Borden. remarked IJiat If ihi Opposition would allow a tfl-bfi lakon on Two, ainencfmentg could be moved lo'tno oihir .rcm Wetland lhat should from this clause to the ntxt" The'Liberals demanrtEd a on the Premier's.motion iu piutucA. H roiulted 82 lo 16. Where German Scored "Havlnj 'glided' to the nrM clause I will ftrliipr discuss II." said Mr Gorman, coming his feet. The House'shouted with Inufihte ot hU re-appeirance eo soon in debate, and then "it gfne him heart> applause Irorn botli aides. Tlio member for Well ami rontciidn that the government was miking th expenditure entirely ir. tho hands c the Governor-tri-Councir The I.ibe ills contended that Ihe mor.e> shoul V have to be consulted. I bo expended under Ihc control of I'a Mr. German aatd thai the Ibment, and thai the shoul 3d had H nice afternoon's be under" control of Pa ment as a consequence of the en boldly boasted thit obslrucilon hnd been used hj his followers, and that it had been JuElliicd. He even described himself as a hero. sntd Sir Wilfrid. "I simply I was following the tsamplp of an honorable gcntkmaa opposite who rlad declared himself as a hero for liavlns obstn-cicd the reciprocity agieemeni in ID! 1 Dr. Mkhicl Cbrk s-Uti that twice inj his recollection ihere had been wars I In Afghanistan In ihc event of an- ther nar the member be ng to Fend irocps. He Co-jldn't Reply Mr. Savers replied Ihflt under the la act. PflrHamtnl 'would proba- preparation nnrt dlscusElon which isd characterizsd the framing of tlie new rules The member for WdlHng- on, '.Mr. (luihrfe, had nsserled that Mr. German thereupon n.ovcd th; Clause Fire be amended. FO as to pr vide for the expenditure of the mo under the Naval Service Act of 191 PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS Your drngglnl will refund monay It TAZO OINTMENT fulls to Cure caie of Itchlr.e, Blind, Bleeding, or Protruding !n S to 14 days. 60c. Qarr.e It Plain air Wilfrid rose to say lhat the all loo plain. U not common sense, but fhc appllcallon 01 eftg rule and force. Ycsltrday (of the iimi UrriO In Parliament, tlist tion on n UHUPR of n bill had been At Our Risk-Try nine Ribbon Tea We assume nl! Inc. risk when you buy a package o! Hlue Ribbon Tea. If you are not perfectly aatlflled with you do not prefer It to n'.r.S ;'cu grocer will icfund you the full pur- chase price. If, as rr.oro likely, you appreciate fllua Ribbon Tea, yo have a valuable invllc you lo buy n paclcnge today. i A Rare Roast We give you rare meats always--you cook thereto suit yourself. We huy rare-stock, dress it ourselves, and give you the cut you want. FRESH LARD We have installed a new equipment and can serve you with our own fresh kettle ren- dered Lard always. "OIQICE SAUSAGE We are building up a splen- did reputation for our Sausage Dept.; Our sausage maker is an expert- We have installed the-latest machinery meats. id and use We handle the finest meats on the market," inferior grades, give quantity and.qual- ity with every order, and charge you no more. Let us serve you with your meat orders Phone 452 G. A. DELANY ;