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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL. I. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, NO. 2M. RALLYING CRY FOR LIBERAL PARTY Of Licensing Bill By House Of i AMBASSADOR NOT RECALLED Official U Vitit Cap- ita r to Situation Nov. despatches received here declaring that Count the -Aufctro-Huugary am- bassador at Cowtinople wan about to be reewlled, do not flud cre4wec> in authoritative quarttrfi here. It considered the count will proceed shortly to Vienna to report verbally ,io his goverujnerit on the situation in Turkey, to j the boycott on Austrian 2 MORE HIGH FINANCIERS GUILTY London, Nov. House ot Lords created an interesting situation this evening by rejecting the licensing hill by a vote of 272 against 96. The Liberals are likely to make this action a rallying cry iu their campaign for the curtailment of the power of the House of Lords, claiming 'that peers have defeated tlu- will of the people. They set, forth furthermore that the bill being a rev- enue measure, is outside the juiis- dietiou of the House of Lords. On tho other hand the ConervatiVes in- sist that' this is the most un- pojMilar measure with the country at- tempted in many years "and that the House of Lords in rejecting has car- ried out public sentiment! They urge the Government to test the by going before the country in a general' election, but there is very little likelihood o and eight sons, one of employed in the vicinity of Fort! the latter being K. D. Johnson, man- George, in Central British Columbia, j OI- jfolson's Bank. T.ethbriclpr.v formed the last of the big forces in the field and they reached Ash croft yesterday. It is likely that several parties will be sent in next spring I ness and formerly connocted on it it -for power have been com- to shut down. GOING TO REGINA He also a peg. engaged in the liusi- Mrs. A. Stevens, who Mr. have Theatre for over a year. leave in the i morning t'or Regina where they have office for the London Times in Otta- welcomed all this month has been by one and all and will wn and hax-c staiT correspond- j mean a very considerable shortening cnts organized. English papers great of the wir.tsr. A little dissappoint- Iv needed service of Canadian news. mcnt is expressed however among the This he would prove very bone- ska ting fraternity to and His about ice. who are getting Cowman has a proprietors of Tlijou! lordship safd he would visit Canada! goodly number of hockey enthusiasts next yenr nnd take in the Canadian who have been preparing to main- tain the town's enviable reputation to revise a portion of the survey. 'mechanical department of the C.P.Repurchased a simitar establishment. west because he wanted to become ac- quainted with the wholo Dominion. in hockey playing. ;