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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 28, THE LimiBKinGE.DAILY ITEUALT) Page 7 r f MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Prices paid faraeri: No. 1 Northern Xo. 3 Northern No. Xo. No. 75 3 Northern 6? 4 North-era........................ 52 1 lied 15 So. 3 Ued No. 3 HeJ No. 1 Blue Joint, per ton Alfalfa. No. i. per ton........ 1'ralrte Bran Bhorts No.. 1 Feed Oats............ Rolled Live Stock- Jlogs, llro Hogs, dressed Mutton, Jii-'ttoD, dressed Cattle- Steers, live Steers, Cons, lire .Cows, dressed Vreduce prices to Butter, dairy .21 Butter, .30 Sir George Ross in Eloquent Speech Opposes Nationalist Empty Ship Policy Calls (or Referendum on the Naval Policy 67 I1T.OO 11.00 11.00 19.M 31.00 2200 .OS .11 .05 .12 .11 AS -06J ,1V WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN Winnipeg, Slay grain pikes today were.: Open May 'I.. 96% July 36 31% I May .lulj-............ 35U Oct.............. Jlay............ July............ 117U HSVi Calh Prkw No. 1 Northern........... No. 0 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 ..J No. 5.................. Winter No. 1 No. 3 No. 4 Oats-7 No. W. No. 3 Ks. No. IFeed........... No. t Feed............... No. 1 Feed............... No. 3.................. No. 4 Rejected Keed.......... Flax- No. IN. W. C............ ClOS.6 snt 35 36 '.i 36-S 114 H6tt 91 Dl'A "4211 111 to this hill until it has been suhmit- to the country." Ottawa, May this house (thc bill says to increase the effective is not justified in giving its assent luaval foucs of tte Empire is a bet- ter expression ot our loyalty than permaupiit policy which combines tte defem-e of Canada and her cojn- Such is the form of the ameaJnwnl (racial routes to (heat llritsin by to the motion for a second reading 'the creation of a C'anadiau ser- vice at the sair.c time (or the defence ,'jf the empire v.heiavet its integrity of the naval bill inovjed In the senat: this alteinooa by Sir George Uoss, the Libeial leader, aud seconded Senator Bostock, That tbe. amend- ment wilt be adopted teere is no rea- sonable dOMbt. The eficct of its adop- tion by the. majority will mean llut tin bill be discharged from the order paper for the session and not having been passed by both bouses, be inoperative for the present- assailed." 1'oiut Sir George reueweii the origin ot tbe question of naval defence and Us development liuriug the last years. Thc first mouon for naval de- feucc was made by Hoa. George K. Fester in. the house in 1909 In a j resolution declaring should Sit George Itoss spoke from short- UD longer delay absumim; her proper ly after three until a .quartet- past share of the responsibility ami fican- five o'clotV. Tbcre. vias a fair crowdicinl burden incident tu the suitable in tha chamber and in the space on protection ot her exposed coast line the lloor ol the chamber tac'i ol the and great seaports. With amcndn-.rnts railing, Thesu included Sir Wilfrid .by sj[ Laurier, thpn leader oi Hurlor, ii-ho listened carefully lojthe governmeut, ar.d Mr. Borden, __., many-then IcaJcr of the opposition, this OuV ot it flew the naval service aet oi 1910, KOI that act the (iresfnt govern- ment was lesponsi'jle ifccc bad cot it or a'eccded it et that act the gomiuuuil co'-ild do all and much more ttiu u vsas now proposed to do ucder t'-e pres- ent bill. Thirty-five uiilliuas or tiiaes. that amount foulj be voted by psrliarcent tor imeasicR the- eifwliyeness of the naval forces of the empire. It this uai an emer- gency- all the government lud lo do to bring in an. estiiaate lot tea or fifteen millions ol muiiey to stact immediately upon the coast ion of battleships vihetever they could be constructed best and ir.atc an annual vote.uaiil they vrete coinplettd. That tho principle nhith La-i always guided parliament hitherto m ap'propriatjon? even larger tl.an the onft now under consideration. but briefly on the ol an emergency-, Sir George ncied that the admiralty memorandum did not declare. thit there an but ilmply said that il inunedute aid to be given it fabu'-ild the form ,of the largest and strongest I ships fyl war which sciuuce can build! -The Cigar That Pleases The Popular Taste It has tlie real Havana the mellow richness of the Cuban leaf. It's a cigar you'll enjoy as much after dinner as you will after breakfast. It's sweet wild, yet full flavored. You'll like "Flor de Claro" like it better than any other loc. i. BKtJCC PAYNE LIMITED SBAMY, F. Q. Money In The Ashes We ate placing Aluminum Tags 250. and "Flor de CUio" Cigats. the as yo-j B-note a "Flor de Ifyoufind a-i atuminuni tag, Ust it to your dealer and lie TviJl casb il for toy. cigar 3-011 ever smoked. Just try 0115 and see hoiv well we cater to your individual taste, iu "Flor de 9 throughout, and parliament f or mc'riey c'outd supply. The, firs I 'object ion he had to the present. bill was on cunstitutional r resolution was unaniuiously concur-1 grounds. .-Under the Hribsb North ess of thejttii jn. sir Gtorge said he fras sute'Mmerica act the was en- tie speech, members oi and went during the progress speech. Iwery mcm'oec of (he senate would trusted witli defence'. Tho present lill The amendment moved bv-. with the declaration oi tbe re- j sought to put under control of an- Georgo Ross, is the sarje as as (solution that the time had come lor joiner government the money that moved by Senator Lougheed on thejCanada "lo assume in larger mea- the Canadian parliament jotcd for oi national delencs purposes. Thus the conclusive jurisdiction' conferred by tl.e BS.A. second readlag of the naval service js'iro the rcspuasibilitj- act In the- upper house and rejected Jefcr.ee." MARKET Glasgow, May fc Batch- cattla Importers, report a fair demand for all olsusees at the follow- ing UK to and bulls 12c to 13c.v by the then government majority. fn tfce, earlier part of his speech Sir Gcorgo Koss gave as his reasons for opposing the bill many of the arguments advanced'by the opposi- tion in the lover house. Towards the close lie dealt with the referenc- es made by Premier Borden in his Toronto speech to ihe senate.. He denied Jhat the Liberal'majority in the senate would but echo the views ot Sir Wilfrid Lauricr fn the com- mons. "We are not 'he said, "to suit any premier or leader of the opposition. We are" here. to, do as we please according to our .con- sciences." He went on to say that Mr. Boidea had said m a Montreal speech that if his .till was opposed he would appeal to the people. "1 am not concerned whether he does or said Sir George, "but I am concerned that legislation which, comes to this house-should bo in harmony with public opinion. When a bill.arrives in tbis house in regard to which' public opinion is unset tied, then it- is a safe principle to adopt, that we should take such 'action would show what public opinioi was Senator who'foltowed, re- ;relted the action of' tie Liberal It would be, said Sir George, in- tolerable it, with our wealth and great resources und our abundant being "surrendered m part at least. A second objection was, as Mr. prosperity, should look idly on himself had pointed out in tbe motherland no buuuui JU1) on------ .lt ind as prepared to 19Q9. that-.tho placing of the con- tie ol tic empire of the'money voted by tbe Do- ilcs miaiou paTliaraeat m ti-.e hands of a fight the battl fight our battles. "J speak for the senate say that ive coacur unanimously' in tte proper action to which unani- mous consent was given in the other British'minister not to the Canadian parliament would lead to friction." Tie third objection to the bill nas chamber in Match, 1903. Jt asserted, it-did not provide for any pcr- that Canada was piepared to Iotce in Tt> erate in full' sympathy with the .words of Slr.'Foslcr, "there Uritish in maintaining the :ato no HJr. Loujheed and Senator Taylor tooV his seat. Sir George's Speech The debate on the naval hill was resumed by Sir George Ross, ivho, in opening said "Allow me to oficr my congratula- tions to thc leader' ot tbe govern- ment (Hon. Mr. Loughccd) of the calm, lucid and 'comprehensive state- ment he made- to us jeslcrday upon the bill now under consideration. He spoke, feeling na doubt, the retpon- stbtlity of considering with "justice antt in a comprehensive and impar- lial manner (he bill now before the sraale. Allow me to join_ with him in expressing 3 .similar sense of responsibility and at the outset as- sure thc spnalc thai 1 approach the discussion of tho bill with a deep sense of my responsibility to the. senate and tho country. 1 what I shall say may be read and considered bcjond Ibis chamber and in.Ibe mother country as vsell as in thc dominions beyond tbe seas. All e.yes are turned toward-Canada at this moment. Unfortunately in sreak- ing on this question under the cir- cumstances I om construed as the voice of party rather than the voice of the country, ft is not for me to question the loyalty of those who disagtcfc with my views, and I hope that those who read our speeches may believe- that we are equally an- xious, though by ditiercnt meant, to maintain flic solidarity of thc em- pire and to strengthen the bends of defence, and attachment which for over one humlrcd and fifty years has bound Canada to thc motherland. May I adopt lines In which Lord Tennyson, Kngland'i greatest po3l laureate the queen mother when as btWe of the prince of Wales she turned lier flee towards England and aaid 'For Saxon or Dace ot Norman are Teuton or Celt or v ha lever we be, are Briton all in cur love for Britannia.' of defence we owe to ourselves and'to the empire. We all agreed from center to cjrcum- (crenee. Canada Is the home c'f pat- tiotlc citizens. Vic are feeling our way in a large s'cnss for the- first time lo ajjcerf.iin' how nc can best express that pMlaUsm. line of cfCAsage ncttucfi