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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Lctlibridjjc, Friday, December 15, Number 5 ITHBRIDGEA WHOLESALE CENM Board of Trade Secures Concessions in Rates BOOSTING POLICY BRITAIN'S ATTITUDE TOWARDS PERSIA London, Dec1. to the Persian during n discussion city would SMTOC -if) furnish the light. Mnyor was present uml dthat he the sfihcnio a good on P. on FIRST SPEECH WAS A GOOD ONE Theodore Vail Declared for Public Control of Great Utilities U.S. PACKERS MUST CLEAR NAMES British Government Re- fuses to buy Supplies for 1 hem ARGENTINE GAINS WILD RUMORS ABOUT THE KING Condon Heard That he was Assassinated at Delhi No'Meats for Army and Navy From Beef Pork- ers Trust London. British fjov- cinmiunt have deddt-cl to exclude all American meat Imekers against whom prosecutions have been insti- tuted in the United S-intes from ten- dering '.'or for supply of j meal British army and navy jiend- j ing settlements of the suits. The agents in 'the British Isles of prom- inent Americ-.ni meat packers who HON. A. G. McKAY, Owen Sound Who was- triumphantly elected in North Grey, Monday, despite foul slander insinuated against him. LORDS PASSED INSURANCE BILL London, IX-c. oi L5.-TI.L-u- n.r.m contract for supply a: meats ilf.il- V-iil niwdi'iil of Uic Anu-r- In tl.c array anfl iinvy have received have uir-i! now secured larjve govern- I.oEds.-todaj- passtd the National In- surance hill providins lor iran Tpli-phone and Tclcgriiph and o! the t'niou Telegraph com- pany, speaking at a luncheon liefole Kansas City business declared hlinsc.lf in lavor of rcRiilalins utilil.ic.'.- hy stale and national con.1- following notification from ihe insurance against sickness and unem- ployment of IJic working classes through its third and lin.il eroding. The hill now is'practically completed only to pass tliruii.gi for- niality of receiving the King's sent. war ollicji: "Pending ultimate result ol legal proceedings, in the t'nlted .States against certain inea-.'. inciting firms: it has been decided by tlie British government that ncne of t'ie s involved shall hu invited