Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Voliunc III. Thursday, November Xumber 280 PROVISION FOR STREET CARSON NEW BELLY RIVER BRIDGE COUNT TOLSTOI SHOWING SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT TODAY r1 A ni A EARL GREY S MESSAGE UNIVERSITY TO BE Hot Debate Expected-Statement of Receipts and Expenditure of the Government--Mortgage Clauses in Agreements --Local "Member Pre- sents Petition and Introduced Nov. ac- counts for 1909 and for five months oF May 31, show a. bal- side for the last c'ays ot the, ...Rutherford governm-ent. Although on the face of it there is an still, the ex- penditures show for pub- lic works which should, not bc.credit- .cd to current revenues. A bill to incorporate-the.-Calgary University will be 'introduced in the legislature -by_ R. B. Bennett, junior member for Calgary, in the It'is expected when the -committee of and in the house, tlat'a.Varm debate will follow. Dis- s few clays, lull. readies the the ia Strathcona, j reading said the- .-.present agreement satisfaction "over the'location by Idte Rutherford government of provincial uniVersiiy a'.university in Calgary', and that the made, lie ipovenient has concrete iorm in jcss letters the introduction'of the Calgary Uni- v'ersitv -Act: -What a-tUt-ude the jiov- in the legisla'ture .yesterday afternoon. This bill was 'introduced'at the last session and went through the -legal bills committee and the, committee of the whole. Yesterday's session was very 'half an'hour being consumed in going through the orders of the- day. Mr. Marshall explained the purport, of the measure, pointing ".out that there was practically np" opposition to the not only .the agricultural communitites being in-'hearty: accord with .it, iut thai implement-manufac- turers -themselves admitted the unfair ness of the mortgagi; clause.. Mr.- Bennett-, is -.in. sympathy with the measure, but is opposed to any application the bill to.other agree1 incuts. He was informed "that "it re- lated; only to the-. farm bill to. be discussed in committee.' of the whole. Mr. Marshall', in moving' a. i that- -equitable tariff arrangements 'between'tiie "Unit- -'-1. ed; States- 'and; has -long. felt "on tiis'vslde of ..the- brdef.-.--Thfr v commercial not 'hitherto .favored (imports of ;Gan- ada. We have bought largely, but theyi' bought much less from la return, It is gTatifying to 'find more liberal policy is now neighboring country'and that .ithegov- ernment at Washington express-- de- sire to establish ibetter trade .-relations-. with the Dominion. Following negotiations which took place.'; some months ago between, the president :pt. the United States and my government j, the result of which, were at th communicated to parliament, a furth-'. er conference between the atives of the two countries has twenp, held at Ottawa. While 'no i have been reached and no formal posals made, the free discussion of subject that has taken place- "encour-j ages my government to hope that at an early day without any sacrifice ot Canadian interests, an arrangement will be made which will admit many r ol the products of the Dominion into-' the United States on, satisfactory terms- West Indies Trade "A very careful inquiry into conditions of trade and transportation 'between the British West Indies and Canada, has been held by, a Royal Com- mission appointed late Majesty. including among his members two ot my ministers. The report of the com- mission' will be laid before you. In view of the imperial conference on copyright at which unanimous conclu- sions were reached in favor of harmon- 'between us and our neighbors, 'but also iolls legislation on this subject through out "the Empire. "A bill to revise and consolidate the law on copyright will be -submitted to you. A measure will be submitted to pared to use oxygen. He passed a restless night. The Countess was not admitted to the sick chamber and Tol- stoi was not told 'of her presence, to prevent exciting him. The Count was angry when bis son visited him. awarded for the construction of a bridge forming part o" this railway across the Saskatchewan River at Pas Mission, and the work is now in pro- gress. During the present session n measure will be laid -before yon pro- you in furtherance of tbe provisions of the treaty recently passed with the United States on the subject of con- tiguous water. "Bills will also be introduced re- specting banks and banking, terminal elevators at the head of Lake Superior and with regard to the investigation and betterment of industrial and la.- conditions and other subjects. "Gentlemen of the House of Com- mons, the accounts of last year will be laid -before you.- The estimates for the coming fiscal year will be submit- ted for approval at an early daie. "Honorable Gentlemen of the Sen- me, Gentlemen of the House of Com- mons, the important subjects ami all matters affecting the public.interest I recommend to your consideration and pray that Divine Providence-may. guide your deliberation"