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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Clever writes us that he warms his milk-wagon on cold days with a Perfection Oil Heater. He makes his rounds in comfort. Zero weather doesn't bother him. This milkman has adapted this wonderful little heater to his own particular needs. You may not drive a milk-wag-on, but there are countless ways in which one of these heaters would be a convenience and comfort to you in your home. You can adapt it to: your own requirements^ Made with nickel trimmings (plain nteel or enameled turquoise blue drums). Ornamental. Inexpensive. Lasts for years. Easily moved from place to place. At Dealer); Evaryojftrre. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited WINNIPEG ST. rOHN MONTREAL TORONTO HALIFAX LOOKING THROUGH SPECTACLES *>aris press is not enamored of the outlook for peace LIBERAL SLATES says it gives the marconi company all the best of the deal . . fails, .Inn. 10.-The is Xiessimestie over the intoniy Uona! situation. Tin' Figaro Uiiu.s that Germany anil Italy are IntvisuiiiR, the former to re-tfiu'e I'or herself in l!ie future, one of 1 he Aegean hi-.-.nd:- and the latter fur l.w. pui'iicae- of iT-taiiring some of UieKO including Pihodesiii, which she now occupies. The Kelio do Paris sees signs of an :.|)|:i-er'e'.im;.; coiulict in the mobilizn-lion of the Roumanian troops, the fcuirm'.ons of ({ennan reservists to the eolors'. ami the news that inn German jnllitar.v law i.s to'l>i! amended in such ;i way that an l.mnenso increase in the effective tinny on a peace footing "will be obtained. WAS DESPONDENT IES Hamilton, Ont., .Ian. 10.-Albert McConnick. a well-to-do young farmer of Mineral Springs, Ancaater, was found lying near. ;is house last night with three bullets in his body and head. It' is feared lie will die. It is said he has .been despondent lately over a love alfail'. . Rev. John Inkster of First Presbyterian1 church, London, has accepted a call to Victoria, B. C. Where You Entertain Your Guests Home is not for its inmates alone, but even it it were, it ahou'id be as attractive and arti*tic as possible. Therefore the decorating: of the Dining Room should receive the careful and serious cousidefation of the home-maker. 'Smooth as Slllc-Hard as Stone" Enables the home-maker to produce artistic and permanent effects never before possible. It is the new finish for plaster and metal walls and ceilings. Fine for rc finishing burlap, Silks tone is durable and sanitary-is not affected by steam or moisture-may be thoroughly cleansed with warm water and pure Castile sonp. Suitable foreverywall In thchouse-takes the place of wall paper and kalaomine.' Sixteen beautiful colours and white. Sold by leading: dealers. Write today for free book of ** Suggestions"- for paint itaeri. G.F.STEPHENS ^OS PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS WINNIPLG.CANADA BRANCH At CALGARY Hayr Hardware Local Agents London, Jan. 10.-The government agreement with the Marconi Company was strongly attacked yesterday before the Select committee of the Mouse of Commons'by a Liberal member of Parliament, Sir G. Croydon Marks, who denounced it as..a.gainst thi- interests of the country.  tie uaitl: "The now agreement is au extraordinary example of wrqngheadedness on (he part of some one who advised the government, which already possesses all the rights if. requires by virtue of the Patents' Act. Therefore, there is no necessity for a contract, otherwise than that' 'for the supply of apparatus and plant." Discussing the technical aspect, of the .matter, the witness who is an engineer, declared: ' � .- . "If the agreement goes through" in its present form, it will cripple the new industry created by wireless telegraphy." He condemns the clause by which the Marconi Company \ypuld continue to draw ten per cent, -royaltyso .long as a single patent of their's^sliouid' be used, saying: "If only a bolt or a screw of theirs is used, the full royalty would still-be payable. If the government, overlooks any detail, however small, the ten per cent, will have to he paid. I have never seen ajr agreement' like, this. That, is why 1� have used such' strong words. / "By this agreement, the government is giving up the right to make use of the best inventions, and confining itself to one particular scheme. If the agreement is confirmed, 1'will make even stronger attacks upon it in Parliament." ..', .' �. v will fly over the alps Geneva, Switzerland, Jan. ft.-Jean Bielovticci, the Pemivfau-.aviator, arrived today at Brig, from which place he will attempt a flight in a monoplane over the Alps into Italy, Bieloviicei intends1 to follow the same course over the Simplon Pass as was taken by George Chavez, his late friend and compatriot, who'died September 27, li)10, after accomplishing the flight, over the mountains front Brig to Donioclossoia, Italy, where he was injured in landing. Bielovticci, who is not yet 24 year's, old, holds a French pilot" s license. He made sensational flights in Paris, in August of IfUO, when he circled the Eiffel tower, in September of the same year he flew 'from Paris to Bordeaux. - lie travelled today: over the course in an automobile, and-now only awaits favorable weather.. -�� ' E TO THE SOOTH TOWNS FOR CONSIDERATION o~ That Was as Far as Fair Delegates Would Go on Amalgamation Issue No decision was readied yesterday afternoon in the di.u'unsion between the deioRates from liaymond, Magrath and Cni'ur,:on and the Lethbridge Fair association as to amalgamating into one big fair lo be held in Lrahbridge this year. The discussion among the visiting deh'nau-K was somewhat divided, several of th -r-SEE- "The LAW OF THE WEST" & AT STARLAND ON � MONDAY THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ft,.: HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR. Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes b. a rem ptrar*br information apvt-y to Lethbridge Branch - - G G. K. Nourse. Mgr. Flit-t, Cajllal, ItumFiad *0 -tnp AAA and UriiiMtd taWi 8939 ;