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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 23.1911. THE LETHmaPOE DAILY HERALD Baths! Baths! M, K. mn ODDFELLOW'S BLOCK, Opposite Alexandra Hotel Reading and Writing Room in connection WORLD .NEWS AT A GLANCE VETO BILL PASSES GOVERNMENTS HOUSE OF COMMONS PROBABLE STAND Tlic Canadian Parliament may con- clude its session by Faster. Hon. Rudolphe )ij io Notre has donated Asquith Government Had a Majority of 124 London. Feb. l'3.--Tije Parliament Hill, popularly known as the Veto Bill., passed (ho House of'Commons yeater- [day by ihe goveni'menl'i full majority ol 11M, the vote toeing 351 to 227. When tho result known the Nationalists rose in a body and cheered wildly and their example was speedily followed by the Liberals. .Premier Asqtitth was given a great, ovation as he rose to Jeave the bouse. Tby Unionist speakers urged that the government try to Kettle the mat- tor by agreement but title was refuged by the speakers. Lord Lansdowne gave notice of a bill is. tho Houso of for the re- form of the upper cham-ber. This BO doub-i means that, ihe Lords will eith- er reject the veto bill or Introduce amendments i.o it that it will be im- possible for the government .to accept, 'i'he government In either case will obliged to prorogue parliament until .Montreal, making the total gifts of to thill institution. Tn tin.: Manitolm legislature Prem- ier Roblin spoki; against the reciproc- ity agreement on. economic, national and imperial grounds. Ihe Italian murfierer JJarne Hospital, .after the coronation and then decide of the- Galiciau Minnittaki. near about creating enough peers to force r.he bill through. The contents ol Lansdowne's proposed bill are not known. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD AT TABER Tabor, Feb. Camp, Mod- ern Woodmen of America, No. 15115, Kcnora, lias been arrested. It is sup last evening received a visit from posed lu- is guilty of other, murders. Mayor Morley, of Victoria, lias been two of the high officers of the cidrr in the persons oC Judge Stevens, of Kegina, ProvSncla? Head Consul .of Manufacturers will not be Disturbed by the Re- ciprocity Pact Montreal, Feb. 20 Herald pub the following special corres- pondence from Ottawa; Ottawa, Feb. find their to Ottawa of the kind ot cam- paign that is being waged in the cen- tres of population against the tarift agreement. With the complaints of individuals and firms who believe they foresee of tbtir present Household Economy How to Have the Beit Cough o be on quarter 01 Section 14 sontheaFt Township 11 pital, he :took to Iho Ibush. of th association. Grain Each local eleraior have a board of management. The lat- For two or three years he roamed ter, iu turn, appoints delegates to gen- lhe woods, living upon fish, rabbits eral meetings of, the central company." and other animals which he killed Shares are of a ?50 denomination, his naked band and devoured limited to ten to the inditidunl raw. All this time his presence was are tenable only by A. unknown to the lumbermen and trap- i strong point of ccbcme it the abii- pers. Some lumbermen who saw a of the individual' elevators to buy figure flitting through the woods at :incl seH grain, thus enabling- them rrvf buy grain, a transaction not poi- sible under the .Manitoba provincial; system. Under the bill the forem- ment will be able to arrange for financing of such business on the parti of the local elevators. j dusk, thought he was the ghost of, some murdered prospector, whhe su- perstitious men refused to .venture forth from rtbeir shanties at night. During flie past year or so he has ceen seen on a mimtier of occasions, and the bushmen decided that he Was j no ghost, hut. a lunatic. To some lum- bermen with whom he talked he de- clared he was a timber baron-and owned all the timber in the woods where he lived. He threatened to kill j01 St- went. to a harper any man who trespassed upon his ghaved. He was in a hurry ro! HEARTY LAUGH COST HENRY' A FINGER] New York, Feb. special to from Chicago sayt Ward. Range -0 west of the Fourth Meridian L. G. Marks, of fiosemead: the pound to be kept on the somheasl quarter of Section 2.? Township M Rsingt; 10 west, cf the Fourth Meridian >T. Skelron. of Wheat C'enTre: Maclean's statement thai, there never would be A parliament that would have the right to deal with a tarifc! ma tier, the speaker saJd it vas evi- dent that the opposition did not Think they would ever get into power apiin. As far as the members of tbe govern- ment side of the house am concerned main and several times tried to burn i meet a' the woods. and asked George Sel-j. Always Moving j 3 j ._ j The amazing endurance of the was indicared by his appearance over a district 3fi miles square, and he ap- i ter. one of the .barbers, ro make "That reminds me.'' savl ,be the razor, "of began telling, and be leaned on the arm oil t chair constantly on ihe move, ii The matter finally was taken up bv' lhe raxor with the the provincial authorities, and Con- d with the pound to kept on the southwesf [there was no necessity to make Grassick'of Ignacc received in- quarter of Section 35 Township {declarations of loyalty. But if t.hej to capture the wild man Range IS west of the Fourth Meridian 'opposition wished to do so. he would] anrt him to Kenora. A few days jhcip them. he secured the nssisiance of two The motion was then adopted unan !c- p- R- constables and set out for ihe eac situated Borth of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. Palpitation of The Heart. imously and IT. B. Ames took up th.- rfu'e the woods where Beck was reciprocity debate. Tie fo Iive raining his right, hand in a gesture of; mirth, brought it tiown on the cutting off his little ringer. i jieciprocity would intorfpre with i ituerproviiioial trade in The wild man was found crouching ''agree. Ir The Canadian Government, hae at-., reed to a cessation of peUgfc sealing on the Pacific for not less than ten1 years, if other nations intwwted Also; Canada andi'n his rocky habitation, a mere crev- 'ruination, thai it wouJd mean 'he abandonment! 'of the principle of nro'ection. Hisj is io pro-vent erter-: j third argument was that Canada "It. is diffic'ilt to sairi onp tx> whom I hroacned the subject, "that, mamir.icturers who know with what jralous MT. Fio'idir.ic and thn Govrnsmr.n1 have to main tain a ror.ilHion nf tariff stability during fourteen years, shn thaf. we mean to continue: on that road. We