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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET IfB RI T) AIL T H E JR A L XJ Thursday... January J), 1913. T IMPOSE DUTY ON RAW IS RISE Democratic Tariff Policy Would {Bonar Law Breaks Cause Call Both Hit and Help Canada for Old Leader -- Review English Politics Wjishingl-oci. -fan. - I'lsUr t;!;iss siiui pollen manutactutri's were heard 1'��lav l>y the house nays and means committee which is engaged in the tusk oi revising the tariff to tany out campaign pledges made bv the J'rmocrals. Theie were two import-am developments during the ilav. One was the slateiupnt in Chairman I n-der.vood which was interpreted as mranine' that the committee would nn! reduce flip i>resfiii duty of .">,"> aud NO per cenl ad voleiem cart'ed iu tl\o Pay lie law on pottery ware The other v, as Uip taking tip b\ W. K. . Wells, uf Kasi Liverpool, Ohio, ,,!" Hip gauntlet, recently thrown down hv '. .1. Whitakei, of Canton, Ohio. the-3>PmoaBJa1l*n 1";"llllC^" : there was nothing apparently he was not ready to say. And it was some satisfaction to the Tories about to be beattii in trie division lobbies that before they weut in to their defeat they had sot such tfood value for their money. And splendid good luck seemed to come to the assistance of Bonar Law and to justify his election, for the tide was running very high against Lloyd-(feorge's insurance act; the ministry began to find !t difficult to win aii election; some of theit: safest �' *'sPp�ilous ter- ( showing, whenever lie speaks, his nn-�races; the acquisition of the proper-j tive superiority over Bonar Law and 'ties at the far end of Wellington every other Tory speaker, ^on can etreet, and iltpreme court and rati-j see'his superiority even In his appear-'way commission "butWinxs tl�k�d ar-! ance. Tall, thin, indolent, detached. chijpcturaUy with tite adjoining build-ihe stretches himself as of old, In al E FOR NEW BLOCK FOR NEW DEPARTMENT BUILDING AT OTTAWA I 'lngi These will be the principal atujges-tions made by Edward WUite, the British erpert engaged by Hon. R. L, Hordeti to report as 1� the layout of the new government bnildlngs on Wellington street. These auggeRtions are �now under consideration by the government. They were prepared by Mr. White, in consultation with Sir Aston ;Webb. EAVES MAY LIVE TO HANG Winnipeg, Man. Jan. S.- Walter Kaves, who this morning shot Mrs. Hancock, is likely to survive the injuries- he Inflicted upon himself after the murder. Tonight he shows gr�at improvement at the "hospital. The 'roan is a son of .the late A. Eaves, a ho kept the White Hart hotel at Urigiiton, England, for many years most a recumbent attitude on his bench. People used to say of him in the old days that he could rest his whole body on the nape of his rather fragile neck. H is only when he rises to speak that you understand how the fine intellect retains all its nimble-ness. And, curiously enough, he has become handsonder as he has grown older. Too Careless to Be Fastidious 1 remember him, a tall, s}lrn young man, when his hair was thick and dark brown. Now it is silver white; that beautiful color which sometimes ! comes t6 hair in, the later epochs of i life. Thin at the top, it is still long; goes down almost to the end of the ; neck; it Is curious that he, Asquith j aud Lloyd-George have the same pe-j culiarity of wearing their hair long. | thotigh in the case of the latter It is j proliably due to the /act that he is ! too busy and tod carelesa. to find time Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY & SONS, Ltd., Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouyer, Victoria M wnd tl-i! victim was a native of Ash- icy, 'Kent. The pair met at a dance' to make frei"ent visits to the barber in England, and though both were 1 shop. married, they eloped' to Canada, ar-J-ivin^ together last March, since) The uios't interesting feature in Mr. Balfour's face  lias always been his .which time they have led a quarrel-1 e-v?s- They are' fortnight. ;