Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 10. 1THE LKTHBRIItGK DAILY HERALD Tlmi'sfliiy, December 7, lft.1.1, A Warm Bathroom RFCCTIOjty MR. MICHENER CHALLENGED DIVISION IN LEGISLATURE Every mother should be careful that the children take their baths in room. The chill of a cold room is dangerous after com- ing put of the hot water. A Perfection Smokeless Oil Healer brings bathroom or bedroom to just the degree of warmth you want in five or ten All you have to do is to touch a match. The Perfection Heater burnt nine hours on one filling tnd U always ready for uie. You can move it anywhere it is needed. There is no waste of fuel and heat warming unoccupied roomi. just the heat you want, when and where you want ii. The Perfection is fitted with an automatic-locking flame spreader that prevents the wet being turned high enough to uoote and ii easy to remove and drop back when cleaning. Drums finished ejlhtr in lirquoUe-blue or pliin Heel; light ud onn- mecUJL ffong tnd (or ido'tn in any hoiue. i cf write to ticccy of The Imperial Oil Company; Limited rxpemliture is howfi'er, for f roads policy-of the Al! ready ttiis year two million has.been tho members on lioth Hides eicopt expended from the general revenue. himsflf.' he claimed, were riveted to The linn- of thc loin is not lo exceed defend the rule of capitnl, and when SO years mill thc rule not to exceed questions only ot interest to capital four per cent. were concerned ho would choose not A bill to amend .the- herd ordinance tu vote. ill he rushed through the house en the rocomrrrmliition Of thc apricul- Allorney-Owrral Mitchell, on ris- ture cmnmitlee today through IMIJ, was greeted ivilh applause. l.V1 Mr. Marshall agreed to'some1 extent with the last As i; rule herds ar- aliovrd ntJarge spelter that the cnst of living in after Ocl. 30th. but, this year owing too higli. An effort had made'lately to reduce it; mid to t-his effort the Conservatives, had giy- i their strongest opposition. In Itie recent bye-elections one of 1Iu- stroniorKi canvussrs pin forward wan that the opposition should luive more mrmhcrs in order lo- he elftclivi- in thvjir crit-iciKtrif: of 'he povi-rnment. Now they came hart .some addi- tions, but the esprit dc thai was cvpec-lvd was si ill a twist. The opposition lender siaried his speech WAR UP TO DATE It Waged Nowadays Under Certain International Rules i Pearson's Weekly) War is waged nowadays under tain rules drawn up at. the various In tor-national Conventions held at The Hague and elsewhere. The' t'uium.inder oT a hoslile army may not attack towns, villages buildings that are not defended. Unfortified places may not be bom- barded. Brighton, .Tor instance, being "unfortified, could not be attacked ac- cording to the law of nations, if Eng- land went 'o war. Quarter must be if asked for. TO declare that no quarter be given before delivering an assault is tiot allowed. f A victorious arniy is not allowed to pillage a captured town or fortress. Nations have agreed among -them- aelvca. that no poisons or. poieoned shall be used for war pur- poses. Spies formerly received short shrift when caught red-handed. Now, how- ever, a spy cannot be punished with- out trial. Soldiers in uniform, who succeed in entering the lines of the j enemy to oniain informaiiuii camioi be punished as spies. Aviators w4io reconnoiter the ene- my's position by means of balloon or aeroplanes are expressly'exempted from being: classed an spies. If a spy succeeds in getting awayt and is subsequently captured nfter repoininsj bis army, be Is treated as a prisoner of war, and not as a. spy. The an attacking painted white, with a broad green band running right round the htfll. The hospital staff and re- ligious staff ot any captured ship can- not be made prisoners of war. Nor may ambulances be fired upon. u> Itie threshing, the sra will prolonged. Mr. TwMdltV Miidcn Effect 1 Tht' dob at e c-u the arttlrc-sjl was re- Unmed by Mr. Twee-die and continued into ihe uvfiiiTiiE scssiwi by Mr. jo'urton, C. H. Mitchell, H. (Patterson. Mr. PuftVr uud others. Mr. Tvpcdio in proU-Ktod 'against what lit- termed tlw rvfiTcncr to thif righteousness of the leader al Mm opposition. when the premier said thai the policy of trunk j pjiusantlr. but it soon gave way to roads was a new for the opposi- wail of dospnir, and his first limtcn- jtioii. He showvd a lamentable generally regarded as a mild jancc oi i he political oH-ha Ilian( snown tho grnat- llast six years. Dealing with the c0ii-'eKt bitterness. Thr criticisirs of the i ftscation of en tho the opposition was oat- of the pyner- A. G W. Mr- aUackfd the Clitics. Tlw amrndmctit the speech government for having put the money regretted rirUils of the railway pdl- iuio the general revenue of the pro-! icy, while if Mie JfiaJor of Wis opposi- Vinrr "This railway Should be built- bin an innu widi the money that was raised for have had the fullest information, that he asserted. "The prc- which 'was given by the premier. mici- snecrihgly talks of the 'heaven- j The attorney-general defended the horn of the'leadrr Of the 'expenditure on the parliament- buil'd- THE FOOT TOGGERY The Classic Shoe for the Classes jnR against the attack marie by leader of the opposition. He ac the opposition, but this legislation was hell born instead. The railway leg- islation of the past, two years and of, with thai gentleman in his belief i-hat the present was not for (he benefit 0[ the present would historical I thf country, hn claimed, hut [or the sjOTli hot, however, in the wav he m- o( lhe biit -1 ihc iraporuut and 4o Prem.cr was such advocnle oM.gislavion (hat would pn.s.s-cd. railway legislation, why did he not, Krom .1 political .standpoint he ad- construct thc railway from Edraon- mitted.it might have been better (o Mi m. Civilians caught bearing arras, as veil as soldiers not In uniform, arc linblo -to be shot, after trial by court ton to Fort MrMurray provided lor. annmaiccmcnt'B of rail- in 1909. No information given as to the amount nl tW elections. to the'lines. The spesktr The people of a conquered country "'tl must be allowed to retain their pri- vate property Intact. Their family honors and rights, religious conric- ation before the recent Hllt. such announcement at t-imc while perhaps politically not in thc best inte'r- Leads in looking after the Children's welfare in up-to-date Footwear. Solid Goods with honest values. Let our MR.J. W. NELSON, who is a can- didate for School Trustee, help look after your children's Educational welfare by electing him to the School Board next Monday. Your individual and united support greatly appreciated. The Classic Shoe for the Classes W. J. Nelson tions and liberties must be respected. "Why Ht do you Pleiture argue with has not given you any informatics." _ Mt, province, and the vehemently asserted Mr., wercnot'to be stiimpcd tor do her duty in regard to your food, [Or at least you thought vio- lently 'denounced uer and your sister, using toward your wh'o violent threat and atrociously coarse language. In pronouncing sentence upon Ed-! "Whether you meant, those JUDGE ARRAIGNS EVIL TENDENCY asksd the bachelor. "Dpn -ou know the futility of it? "Of replied the marrlid man, "but I have to allow her a Iittlo pleasure once-in a while." "He is Jmt..nyms you gentlemen's faces." j SpmMns of the itomaiid of thc op- L'ontinuing his references to the j (or an on the ierma railway policy -Of the noTeranmnt Mr. ,l ipifstlr.iil he asseftwi your asserted the ajmments his own and every what you said when called upon'i on Monday after yo "You Imvo Blnce Ton know and know your guilt, thac >'oti did not know what conviction. KSSiired me that you were say. Ing on Monday and wliat you should Hli for Snip said .Meandering .Mike, force (must give forma! notice of his intently to bombard a place BO as to the chance to ficape. An attacking must spare, as far as possible, all ullildings devoted religion, art, science, charity and especially those buildings whore the and wounded are collected. ships are exempt from cap- hire. They raufrt. however, fly the Red Crosi flag, well their na- tional (lag. All hospital sliijs are ouJd yen lend me'a cake o! "Do- you. mean 'to tell me you want "Yen'm. lie partner's got the hic- cups, an' 1 want to scare Washington Star. far .hVknew entered into in t'OS with thft'C.N.R. i Other and the G.T.P. haj not been llred up! to in the amount of ike How built. jHe had 5tiltcil provincial control his policy when he-was first el ward Wl'iltle; last week for the killing In earnest no one knows but yourself of bin wife, Mr. Justice liiddell ad- and your the Jury and I your wife's death, dressed 'the prisoner In the follow- willing to believe that they j mere too often a "You have baen convicted by twelve on'its own' lulfllmonl.' "Who. is going, to. buMd t-hese ot S-OUT- countrymen and upon perfect-1 "Yo" certaliriy used your wife with r evidence or thc crime .'Physical violence when she attempted in Proyinril11 control, i of .The jury would you from goini; downtown in fin-ding doubt she feared .what actually have said was that you knew you and werov were sincerely sorry for It. "And again: Socieey deumntls you suffer for your crime. This he "Is it possible thut thc entire is to be to one railway company The 'speaker claimed that the recent showed that the had not the-support of the prorllice as a result of these elec'tions the ipvern- Not Hitting the The complaint editor was trying pacify an indignant contributor, wai scolding him through the tele- phone. "We printed your communication the day after we received laid. "1 don't see It. and I looked all throuth the paper." "It was on the paire wiere we al- ways run. such things. Didn't you notice a blur at the bottom of. the fifth column that yon couldn't make nything out "Ves." "Well, that was Trib-i [0 to the country, father than fate money to the eximt it. is. He- con- that the present telephone sys- tem should he Mr. Tweedie a hitti-r attack on Supt. Har- mer, of the telephone department, wbom he had twfcn used as j po- litical organizer. While there were many measures of eighteen months ago. il Provincial' Dtbt to the, claim that the province.was involved in debt, Mr. said on" public works, were necesaar.y. When pirtilic accounts -were ined it would be fcond that .value ,was for e'rry dollar expended. Al- berta's credit stood higher than any other province of the west, and that is all that could he desired. The speaker was delighted thai the government was able' to- suhmiii so large, simple nnd varied a program of railway construction. Every 'portion iof the province had Keen attended to menupne., m speecn, j imrorites plliyeo. Jt matters had, been overlooked: wjs tj There was the m.lidT of COB-, h a- sumption, passing ict, the Improvement pf educ bulk tion j he admitted that Ihn rraources ol have been quite justified you guilty of murder, but I am glad that -they have seen their way to ac- quit yon of the graver offence, pluce. "You went away and came back in- pulled your wife b; find you guilty only of the lower, but j the hair into the hall, and struck heinous crime. H remains nowjUsraml knocked her down. This act- "Thig is "'another added to the long and hideous Hat 0? victories of which dent.Ii. "1 ani glad f.lie jury thought you did not a revenge, but a salutary meas-a it is the least of the coiuid-l envJions. g "The moat impoi'Unt matter IE of llhd'otiences in the fnt-4 ure by you and by others'. Men you they cannot wi impunity beat: the wife they sworn tliuy .cannot [wreak their physicii] violence upon they should protect, from tho King Alcohol can boast a woman not mean 'co cause her death and it violence of others. Wife beating ani glad to Buy, Is not common in On dead by her husband's hand, a" man; may be well. that you did no.'. and I for 'one am determined' behind bars, t you did was likely to cause and worne than fatherless. Such j death, intoxicated yon cases as yours might almost cauao thoae who Kfle no barm in the sale and use of intoxicating liquors to bo will- '3o you are free of murder. "Hut you are undoubtedly guilty of manslaughter. are three ng to be themselves deprived of what 'things to be borne in mind in -fixing they, consider a legitimate pleasure Uie sentence.- the derived from the use of these liquors criminitl to a sense of his sin and I cilities, the o, A LITTLE DANDERINE WILL MAKE YOUR HAIR LUSTROUS. 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Try as you Trill, after one application of Dindcrine you nitiiot find any dtndniff or s loose or falling hair, and your scalp will never itch, bur what will please you most will bt ifter few weeks' me when you will actmlly see ntw and downy it really new htir iproutirw ill over the Pinderine mikes the hair giowjong, luxuriant and we can prove ft. If you care for pretty, soft hair Mil lots of it surely get 25 tent bottle of Knovrlton's Danderine from any druggist tUUl counter, ind juit Uy it ind the appointment of h coal none of which were In cloiiag, the speaker contended in.t the should not et- for tflephoncs or tmnlt. (roads; shaulfi not put i-nto openition i railway policy and should jioi re- 'ceivfl thp control pf natural. o( the prorinci1 until They had gons to prnplf and sought ntdorsttibn i of their policies. The Socialjvt Mr. O'Brien 'Alter. a hum- the. 0, any oihpf section. tn tire criticism pi thp opposition leader thai goveriimeht had not mnde for control ol provincial railway ad of Ihc province full control of the rates on roads incorporated by the Alberta legislature. He also quoted other sections .thai made provieipn for lha grJeinncca which the le.itler ot the oppotit-ioTi claimed mifiht eiist.' of telephone system, o-ro'is refcrenw to the exchange if the compliments bjtwcf-n the the. Icgiilatu're were granted, many that had preceded him he took up I of the prcsont, necessary disahil- cowiitions during the recent strike. ities of a rapidly growing system He hirtanceri a CIM where a miner would be remedied. He hoped th- was imprisoned at Maclrod tor slrik- siibjoci of hail insurance would bo ing a non-union man, while a mine HiKcuitsed and a solution vrorkorl out manager (or striking a minor and apart from political considerations, badly pounding Mm, was fined pgl- This question was loo vital a ons lo trJ' MO- be mftde'a .political football. Again at Cardiff, where he said nor- Refecting ln rtepartmental work the riblc conditions prryailed, miners who speaker touched on the Lrthfaridge went on strike without firing ''their: jail which hr. stid'was a great nrcdH bosses noticf.- were hauled before thc to, the provincial secretary. Prison courts and r-ach flned and c0sta. t farmi, he hoped, would he establish- Kpeeeh frcmi throne yas an j rd shortly at in other pftrts.pf the province. .The coming of the Dry Farnu'm Congress to would mean t advertisMmfnt for Alberta, excrllnt instance nl the rule of tte iw ctasjM. There BO nltr- to Wie mini in Belle- where "iliTfj" wets fie d that whell the wept ind in securing this he claimed some om the men who were al-'credit for the gorernnwnt. before ;trike lo Mr. Mrlctwll was still speaking wood (mm the tlmlwr reietrei when when the house adjourned at il< they it, frre stoppejl the o'clock. crown in that the powtr'of the j nrtRht be (trrtter. The .A onnrentioti ol farmerj' nt made a .lenplir rjterenct to orpinlwd a county honril' ol tbn inenutod o( and the hare for' Its Ob- thit Uie o( the lot of tta Ht tlv -.gtot Ittntn tin eoualr. .7 i moderation if only the use, which ?comes the abuse, might be forbid- den tlionE who wltl not -Uie 'them without uxeess. Vou came home and fount! your (ife and your sister drinking; nnd pparently your wife had neglected to crime, and SQ make hrm repentant and a better man. "I hail thouKhtf'thatf you were nnre- while yon the death of your wife yon insisted that you were not at 1'niiH. That, was the only that could be put. tlmt I dhall do all in my power to prs- ft becoming common. no wife-beater imagine .that he will treated with any lenderneia or con-i sicleratioh if he is convicted In conrtg of this dninken-g ness is'not anil will not be'an-'' "The jury, altlioiigb almovt to do so, declined to recommend lo mercy and J Bee .remion mercy should be': yon. "The-sentence of-Uie Conrt 'on be impriaoned for'tho iann of 'enrs in the Kingston -PentiBntiary, 4 that ycu be then discharged." M'ClaryV Saves a Lot pf Fuel Sask-Alu Steel Range is built to be very, very easy on fuel as well as a perfect baker and cooker. To describe in detail the various schemes which lave fuel would be too long a story for this space, to we ask you to allow the McClary agent to tell you how the following features save Wide Fire Duplex Grates Asbestos Lined and Anti-Rust Coated Flues Top and Oven with Asbestos Heat Retainer at Back oi Oren. For Sale by "Stairord-Agaew Co."