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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta rase 10 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD rriilav. Muv 16. HU3 IHE SENATE Sir Wilfrid Lauricr Makes Able Outlining Position of the Liberals Speech OV. A. I'- tiiinent.iry sttujclo over tUs Ci1 till reached a final it r shortly beU midnight when the Curd Trading ti.e measure jttoptfi! afiei rontparatjiely quiet diuiion and of ICO to uS, a government the reasots he and tU followeis fQuld not support the pioposal. Sir said that the hill fails to tie duty Canadians one lo ihemsehes, it was a measure ol evpedieiu'v, and it wo'jld be better to spend SSJ.C'OOjC'OO oa Ihe com meucemtat ol a ratiJiaa uivy. Mr. Horde c also sj.W loroe aaJ 31 ci-ssiJeicib'.e He said 11 1 his of Coda's duty to the tf; empire tadir.iilv trow that ot He ;aid ifcat with ibc J I opposition leader in control Canada a tot rentier tSeewe aid lo Ihe eiurnre. Me believed thit half of 3.'. Tte sis mouths' ,fcc naval (Ori_es Oi lhe mpirf was moveJ e-uly m iLe been wilMiawo tu protect tfee h; Sir l.auritr, had bren rejected to 63, a o! maiociU heart ol the e tup he tte time had con-.f I'-iLidiacs not quibble but sLt-uM forward aed The difierentfs in the iutei worthy vl themselves. ed ia time to record their v o the niaia Motion The divisions nut on strictly rait) lines. Kite Nationalists .stood uu uith tLr opposition on hoth occa- sions, while Cot. H. H. oE Queen's Sudburr, was touutfd 05 the of the eminent. Dunns the first illusion Na- tionalists who stood by the em- inent were greeted with ironical Lib- eral cheers when they rose to vote, while Col. Mcl.pan got a salvo ol Conservative cheers when iip irgister- fd his in faror ol the govern- ment's proposal. 'The hoist ILOVCJ by Sir Wiltrid Laurier, it S o'clock after ol an hour's duration. Mr. ol .lolielte, tried to the; floor io move the aaienifment but tfce speaker recognized the lead- er of the" who spote in the usual good form in summing up THREE SUGGESTIONS For Your Sunday Dinner All Choice, Tender And Fresh Phone 452 U. -I run-ling frotj 39 to 45 Tfee -oveni- uient tivrned support of the Saliotialuts in the voting oa atacndn.enfs as they inMjlved the principle uE tbe const rue lion of tbe proposed under the es-iatmg t.avat service bit! ttten iho Louse lose there was a Uiile and ihe is; "Hulc some of the ..ibfraU joiced ic It was agreed ihat mitior bilfs and sup- ply bills would be taken up Friday and thp budget debate commenced Monday or Tcrsday next- Tfce rineEuiu's Speech Sir I.aurier loot the Root at S o'tloc-k to make his closing speech on tfce bill, lie had no in- tenfiOD of tiie tndin thrrue had been tlos-d on that said, 'when closure nas applied at 2 o'clock Satiirfiaj morning. He ros-e simply to his .last protest against the bill, not ia expectation that what he could sa> souM affect the fina! decision ol the maiomr, but because tfce problem of defense would come up acain and it was weK to la) the land marks that guide did not believe that long hefore ihe last vote oa tbis bill was taken they wculii have in their hands proof of (he falsity of this con- tention. The Emergency Phantom Mf tte government had reflected tliei would_have seen what a hollov, mockery it was, if there would be an emergency, to empty ships info jlfce firing line. The clraax of the (government's enthusiasm was reach rd when the mitiister ol trade ar.tl commerce had declared that tru danger threateneil from Europe ant that the shield and buckler of Can ada should be in the North Sea Thi unreality of thcbe woids bad bee proven when tbe first lord of ifcf admiralty had declared (hat Uana dian ships were not going to tfce North Sea to the firing line, hut toung IOTI a man nl yeat power ol fxpres sion ar.d sreat, vcrsaiiiif> tbl case thf latter had Men pie dominant On or.e occasion hfi ha declared that Uiilish vhipa coal.. any anl that cr Canada or rot, Brilaii tild he ready and able to fate al perils. On ihia orcasion be had" said tb Canadian ships uere h'i the minUicr ol fiiunc had the whole quotatinn. Sir thp read the fiuoUtfou as ghen by lh mim'svtcr of lajing special on thai portion in which th first lord hzd ileilarcd that the first lord hzd declared tbat the in piessicn hy tin; action ot lh strong nation Canada was SIMPSONS REMOVAL SALE Affords an opportunity to Save on all you buy SUITS COATS DRESSES Almost Half Price SATURDAY Big Culling of Prices in Dress Goods, Ginghams, Prints, Linens, Sheetings, Towelings, Embroideries, Laces, Dress Trimmings, Men's Hats, Shirts, Overalls and Underwear If not a regular customer of this store, come in and look over the stock. Quality and Prices will bring you THE SIMPSON CO.. Ltd. e than He to read the remainder of l.e quotation. Vihat He Did Say Krom this point of view.11 Mr. 'hurch had saiil, A'the difference of methods which separated the pro- posals of Mr. Bordto from ihose oi hat far-seeing imperial statesman. Sir Wilfrid Lauriei, are not oi the- Qinary kind." Sir Wilfrid said that" Mr. Ames eridently wanted to draw attention o the fact that Mr. Churchill had aid that the government's" proposal was most in -accordance with the iews ot the admiraltr. It le- nembered, however, tnal the admir- illy has always been in favor.of a }stem of direct contribution, but he Liberals m Canada would not lave-such a system and stood for an autonomous organization. If .the mt-niber for St. Antoine wanted proof for that statemeot he would eler him to the speech delivered by he present prime minister when the manimous resolution was adopted in Match 1909. He had said that the admiralty favors contribution, but his policy hail failed in Australia, and as for himself, he in favor 01 a Canadian navj. Conserve members, said Sit had asserted again and again ,hal ttie admiralty prefers a contri- mlion, but that statement just quoted makes it clear that tte Lib- eral policy is just as acceptable to lie admiralty as tbe policy ot the government, fie desired to say to le Canadian people and to the em- pire as a that the Liberals are nsl zi ready lo bear share ot tfie burden, but they wish lo do it as was agreed upon al one tjme- ms Itc present distussion all but niembvrs ol (he house dad dc- on Hair Health If our trwiment, we will either fttop your from or pay for the trcaimca ii a disease by A tuicrobe. which if not reraoved Tbii microbe oflcn torasa from n. comb or truth belocging lo souieose tfse. juiiiui iiin, tii.u, u liiEie u auy life Itft ID the Tools, also growih ol fcair. We Mitre thst probsWy 65 jwr rtnl of Ih2 ol bilrfnw ovcicorne if peiplc wo-jld only Hair Tonic for a iFAJOoabte lime, as flireeud. u'oa't wapt you to our for itns, >Ve vanlyo'j ta lest tLe of HeitU "iTi" Hair Toclc ato-jr rwlt. ]f JMJ use it tt cot juU coxc to us and tell vt, xr.d m will immediaWy back the money you paftl for tt. You promise e'en nothing >oyr meie irt taken for it, H'e are tipoa your COD- and we if otLJd tot male Iheac [Jiuni, or mate ibis cITer if we did not believe lhat PrfiaJI Jfair Tunic is the veiybcitbair HrparntJoayou OOc and You can "93" Hair Tontc iu ihu comoiuoity otly al O'jr etote: 0. 0, HIQINBOTHAM 4 CO, Tfcerefi city .it'l SLOW ia e Thtn b A clared therasekes as being in favor of a Caaadian'navy at some time. ol Gratitude Sir'H'.ilfrid said that mcot hail otten been made thai "e owe a debt ol gratitude to tbe em- pire. Some say-it is because Great Britain has loaned us money. He did not with that, view. If all the countries to rwhich Britain has loaned rGonep were to contribute a dieadbougbt there would not beioom in tha, harbors' Brilish Reel. loe'g as we status of a colony it was tbe (faty'of Britain to defcadtis, but we hlavc become a free nation acd we sbould do some- thing' to 'defead ourselves. Sir WiU'rid said ne haJ been taVen to task for asserting tbat parliamenV sriould have control ol its expendi- tures. But what was the meaning oi the government's policy to hive a say in peace and Tvar i! it is not to Jaffirmthe -principle of the supremacy ;of the Canadlau parliament. All our representatives in "the imperial toun- ctl would not sit there as a dummy but ivould be there to represent the views of the Catirfdian people. The i mistake the Conservative party was j making tvas that they do not trust the people. They approach this qufes lion from the point tliat Canada i; still a colony, while Liberals main- j tain that we 'are 2 nation. H is the glory of Britain that she allows V.pr colony into nationhood without breaking Iha existing ties. II is not because Britain had de- fended us or loaned us money that her a debt oE gratitude, but because of the liberty sh? has given us. The polity of the government he described as vacillating and change atjle vrith an eye to the east and the nest, an diort to placate the Na tionalists and imperialists a til in the end deceiving them both. Liberals lake pride in claiming lliat we are a nation within the empire. Tn closing. Sir Wilfrid said that he opposed the government cause they do not recognize our duty to ourselves and is a policy of ex- pediency because it has n? root and does not prepare the soil. The money to be voted should be- applied (o the organisation ot- Canadian naval ser- vice in close connection wUh the im- perial service, but manr.cd and main- tained by Canada- After the conclusion of Kir Wil- frid's speech Mr. Cullbalt, ol Joli- elle, and spoVe in Krentti. lie said he intended to move- the" six months' hoist, hut not for the rcasgu given bv Sir IVilfrid. Tfie Prerorer't Reply l Resinning bis speech. Premier, Bor- den said that there seemed to be com- pcfitfon bfttwsen Sir WUtrEd Uurfer and Mr. Ouhbault aa to would the tiz months' hoist. At sis o'clock, he said. Mr. GuilMult-hftd Ms to to move the molioo, but hajj 10 Sir Willrid. He went on lo re- fer to the "ruthless closure" hating been brought Into If' clomre was wherl Invoked after twenty djya of tornrnlllce diacussion, the Prtmior was preoarcd to accept Sir Wilfrid's statement, but he re- minded the House that one ot the Uheral members had slated that so far aa he himself uaa concerned, he had ample opportunity for discussing the Naval Kill. ?ir also spoken again of the need Cor An an peal lo the people on the Naval lion, ID bowerir, tbe Premier eclared. Sir Wilfrid had intro- pahy oised the garage. The il duced uhat he ialendcd to be the perlants, .Koivcver, ilairneil that maneot naval policy Yor Canada, but re had several times voted against the matter to the elrclors. BY CHANGING NAME OF PAYEE AFTER CANCELLA- TION BY PAYING BANK One ul iLe niosl peculiar cases on tie docket came up yrslerday after- noon at' Supreme Court sittings in further a cheque for !in tUe case said it did not much tliffcrfnce to the action so lar the case oi the Continental OU H. T. Henderson, a claim Co. for which they claimed was the difference between the Oil company's account agaii.si the Henderson Gar- age, ana which the oil coin- tn Mr. ttillisloti, ol the cmnpnuy, oti aljjo lielii a counter for repairs to Mr. IVillislon's private car. TJieic anioup.ls uould retire Hit Oil Co Account and leave a Ijalance ouiJjg.h) -tliL- company to I cutter The was sprung when S. OaU, attorney for ll.e oil com- paiij thargcd that a cl.eqi'e for S52d.S- made out to Manager of the OL! Co.. b> the Ilenilerson (Jarage, hail 'been tampered- with tfi 'passing llirough jhe banlc; where it marked paid .ar.il cancelled. Kviuenw: called hy linn to ihorv thai tie cheese had hern inaile out to ''J. -I '.on in hut that ailei it uas returned marked "pairt'J it had been aldreri by -Arit- inR in the mortis "The Continental Oil above, Defendant hi tnc absolutely denied the cbaixc- Mr. -Justice Walsh made a very carelul niicroscopic examination ol the UjcqiiCj .aiiil in gisjng linrling as he saw it, although co'Jrt might take a so he unulil thcrpfoie tf do-'j mcnt to Etlsnonton' for cxpci ication. ID (lie meantime, bi Willislon uas "manager oi pany, allow .the .1 ii'ould not credit the UendcrsoL ifd- rage with the cosl ctrepairs to Wil- Jiston's private the i rr.ent was therefore given for plainiiti for anil the cncr beUecn the oi the actior.i In District and Supreme Coutli. DESPERATE WORK OF SUFFRAGETTES Eastbourne, May A fire aprarenil> started by roliitant suffra- gettes today damaged SU Anncs church here. It turned the organ LUL was la lime to prevent Ihe names spreading to a valuable painting of Christ being en- tombed. Tlie picture defaced, the word "Votes" being scratched la places SHOE BARGAINS Buy Your Shoes here on Saturday and Save Dollars MEN'S BOOTS Mens Gun Metal Calf Boots, welted, tan or.black, all sizes, this season's lasts. Regular pair, Saturday WOMEN'S OXFORDS 40 pair Women's Low Shoes to be cleared out on Saturday at half price. In. Vici Kid, Gun Metal and Fan Calf, lace and button, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2. Regular and 7k' on sale Saturday, per pair I M GIRLS' OXFORDS Girls' Tan or Black. Oxfords, neat-and well made, sizes 8 to 10 1-2.- Regular per pair, on'Saturday HUFNER THE SHOE MAN Phone 1512 ;