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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta EDITION VOLUME XIV. LKTIlBUlDGli, ALBEHTA. TUESDAY, FKBRIJARY J5, 1921 ;mvr PAGES NUMBER 51 ALBERTA LEGISLATURE HEARS THRONE SPEECH islative Solons Told They Must Find 'New Means of Raising Revenue IN HIS SEAT Where Alberta Legislators Meet Detained in Mat-; ters Already on Docket For j Cunsiderution at Ottawa j UUEKALS HOLD FIRST CAUCUS! OTTAWA, Fob. T. A. Crerar, leader of the Pro-; gresaives. probably will not take scat init'Jl Monday morning, lion.; -Air. Crerar is In Hegina attending tbc; session of tho Canadian Agricultural Council. LIBERALS HOLD FIRST CAUCUS OTTAWA, Feb. lli-st of the session was held by th Liberal members at this mon ing. There was u full attendance and questions of poiicy affecting leg' islation to come up during tbc P wore discussed. TWO RESOLUTIONS ON CATTLE EMBARGO OTTAWA, Feb. directly opposite resolutions dealing with the British embargo on Canadian cattle will be introduced in tho houae on Wednesday. William Smith, North Ontario, is ;.Bking the house to affirm that It would not be in the beat interests of Canada should tho government ot Great Britain remove the embargo on cattle going into the United Kingdom, while Hon. R, has a resolu- UOD asking that representations be made to the British government wii.li it viftw; to, the embargo ou cattle. i PENSIONS TO i WIDOWED MOTHERS OTTAAVA, Feb. Pensions 'to widowed mothers are tho subject a resolution which, is! to be Introduced in tbc commons by C. G. Power. Quebec South. Mr. Power proposes to amend the pen- sions act so as to provide that the pension of a widowed mother or a member of the forces who has died on active service shall not be reduc- ed on account of her income, and fur- ther that pensions shall bo granted her of right, whether or not thcro are other living children. DUFF OF LUNENBURG ON SHIPBUILDING OTTAWA, Feb. Press.) Duff, Luneuburjr, has tiled resolutions for Wednesday asking in- formation on tho government's shfj.- building activities. Mr. Duff wants to know the number ot steel ships being built in Prince More Money Will Be Needed to Carry On, Says Speech From to Late Hon. A. L. School Curriculum To Be j Problem Not Specifically Mentioned. Alberta's magnificeut legislative pile at tho provincial capital whore for i the next two mouths the law-makers will bo busy in annual session. f E When John Bull Puts On Style j :e .j .5. g. J i Spectacle of the House Opening; LONDON', Feb. opening of it Is surpassed only by a coronation) parliament is a ceremony which, never logen interest, because, as a spectacle, MUSTARD GAS FIXES YEGGS PONTIAC, Mich., Feb. 15. safe blowers opened the vault in the Farmers and ...Merchants Bank at UHca, near here early today but were driven back by a ware of mustard gas that had been placed in the vault. The men fled empty handed. and because of tho assemblage it! calls forth all the liisli officers of state, the members of parliament, tluj judges and the peers. Before noou today the floor of the chamber 'wis racliecl with a block of iu 'heir scarlet robes with '.vhite on next Friday. THIRTEEN KILLED Germany. Keb. --Thirteen peraons were killed by tlio exuiOHion of ;i fireworks factory liere Thf bnifdinq; was uou- plctclv destroyed. ;