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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I'Yiihty, 21.1011. THE DAILY A SNAP! 7 Roomed House on London Road Owner Leaving City For Particulars Inquire at F. C. Lowes Co. V Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge LOOK THIS UP Lots 38-39, Block 129, each Easy terms R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND G.. BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 SPEAKER SPROULE IS LEARNING FRENCH At 68 Years.of age he is Tackling a Difficult Language Ottawa, Nov. Thomas iinpKon Sproule was first in-cut Ioncd us the Speaker of (lie present Parlia-j _____ nent and again when he was elected to that office, the question that every- was asking wjis bow he to get around bilingual diffi cully. I.Jr. Sproule probably as much about the rules of the House as any man it, and tea times more than the average1 member, but bis friends will not argue that be was an adopt at Prunc'li. indeed, lie himself confesses that be doesn't know single word of it. Didn't know, would be a better wjiy lo'put it, for now Uie doctor is silling up uiguts acquiring a leds'3 of (hut tricky language. It Is almost essential for ihe Speaker of the House to have some knowledge at teast of l-'rencli. As is i rt WALTOAM iMINERS' ACT Wntrh k DECLARED "INVALID The best fifty years agoand the best loday, JAM hasted in every forward step in watch-mak- ing for the last half century. "It's Ynii q INQUEST INTO CAUSE OF DEATH CALGARY ACREAGE have Tor sale I 1-1 acre lilocli.i at ner IjIneK Terms ullhor Sin iloivn iiinl net iiiuiith, or 1-5 balance svreail over nearly I'.vo ypatw. ILLINOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO. LETH3RIEJGE HOTEL BLOCK in Fatal Accident the Elevator Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY E. LOANS. SHERLOCK known, all the journals and proceed-1 ings of (he Cornmor.-j and Senate -.ire printed In both IniiiiungoP. "nil ail tho bills and Hansard reports. Strictly speaking ;ill motions and qu lions are to the House in both French and Eng'tish, and any member has tlic right, to address it in either tongue. So it is easy io see whore the presiding officer will be badly handi- capped unless he lias at least u frag- mentary knowledge of the language of the minority. k is no joke for a man of sixty years to suddenly'compelled to pick up mi entirely unfamiliar language, lint Or. Sproule is not a bit embar- rassed. With frank thai he knows nothing about it, be has Hefora CI-VOUF-- .1. Ili the in'jiiost Into ihe dciuh JlcCiilMiin. at the WediifiFthty, was held ,'.si ternoon at 2.HO.' 'I'lie jury af- Howard O.sw. freeman; Car- Id King'. Hush McKay, (ins .V-sidiu, A. I Adain and John A'.'tur tbu 'jury had hsnn ;nl- jouriicd to Fetter ley'.-i iimlartaUing [pallors, whore'i be ronnihis of dr- v.-yre viewed, afi'.-r wimrn i wciii out io the mills to ihe j sr.Miy of the accjdeii'. Lint on Luudy, millwrigl sir-d K. C. 1 taines wern- the only called during afternoon. Hie -evidences of Mieso two of the company, it appears Lmuly hatl laced the whicli the macliiiK.vy for ihe second i .-Urn asked one of the French 'Officials coach him in ii, cheerfully an- tho elevator jn ilie it lying ov-ar the deceased rjtunied in morn baft.. Ilia--; .Mr. runs of ing, '.caving When the Jiftornoon, Building Lots in blocks 159, 160, 161. 162. Price ea. Easy terms North Lethbndge Realty Co. PHOrlE To Loan Ou Improved fnrm lands and city property. tic re lot Xo. Morning-side, 1-3 ciish; Iml.-inee O.ancl 12 months. THE C. U. KOVVMAN AGENCY Acadia Block. Phone Angus. F. E. M n CM Angus Shantz ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLDG. 2 BUSINESS east; terms cash; balance G and 12 months; each 2 12th St. B. North; face east; each 2 Si. C. North; face east; lerms; each 3 St.. South: face e-ast; Duff Addition; for a short time only; good value; each A storey frame :IOUEO; size 2-1 x 28; lias 7 rooms and is fully modern; lot -12 ft. frontage; fenced; stable; very; good reasons for selling; price noiiruics that in n little while lie hopes to know enough about the pronuncia- tion to enable him to at least a few lines. At. present be dodges every word of ii. Prayers are read in Eng- lish and Kronen on alternate days and the 31. Speaker finds that ho has to get IG W31.1-; down to the pulley to put On the No OUR was proseiU at the time, and it would iliat lie had leaned over the shafting Io put bfilt on the pulley, when the shaft- ing, which was turning sit Hie time, caught bis clothing, resiiKing' in his being SQ wound iip ilvj accident. Montana Supreme Court! Rules Against the Miners llcb'iia. .Montana, Nov. tin jnnihdi; tluu e'Hial rights under the to coal operators Hit coiir! Tuesday, by a iinani jinons tl the n liners' fiulcmnity iiisuranct law .eii-K'ted by the J-'levonth aviKeinbly in The principles involved in this action make il the most importani that been in the stale snpretm court in recer.i The vKJidiiy of ihe was a lacked on eight differanl. grounds, but only one of these was sustained :iy the court the reniaiiiiiig seven being resol- veil in favor of tbe fitjile. j The opinion was written by Assuc- Ji-.vto .fustice Smith and eoneerned in i by Chief .hialice Hrantly and Assoe- iiate Justice llolluway. Said the la Her: i "I in (be result, but prefer not i to express an opinion at this time uitou i'jonm'of ibe (iipcussesl, as i j do not deem a. determination of them i necessary to n determination of the-} ease presented." I Tbe case was siibniitteii in the dis- irict court here last .January on an statement of facts the plaintiff being Harry K. Cnuninghaiu, state aud- itor and the defendant iho Noriliwest- ei'ii Company.' operating in tbe Carbon county conl field. .Indg-i meiu wii-j entered in favor of tbe state official and the defendant appealed. 1'OW.----but Wl'ltfi Of following eiRht points only .Vo. Removed to Suite 207 Sherlock Block Take the elevator W.R. DOBBIN Ager.t Jor Avery Gns A Steam Plowing Engines. yon waul lioal Es- SlMo-o- really lias the Mono bollor in .Can11 ]J.jivo in Moiti'lihor- .dl' acros for Ltiplante, Assistant Clerk of the coukl not be averted, onsp, to them in French. j B, Baines, who was close by al the Dr. Sproulo is a ireinendons worker, j time, heard tbe noise, and shut oK and those who know him best say powar, but when ho arrived on of Uie accident was the evidence t be belt coii will not. take him long to get a work- ng knowledge of the French language. SLY CUPID GOT IN SOME QUICK WORK DOUBLE WEDDING, WHERE (T WAS ORIGINALLY INTENDED THAT THERE SHOULD BE ONLY ONE Portland, Nov. who is known to h'ave never missed a train failed to embrace an opportunity; ia-j agnin demonstrated his resource- By quick work on the part of his aides ihe scenes were shifted !suffragette riot, WHS today tbe .t tbe eleventh hour and there, was a figure at the trial of double wedding, whereas but one was I''roi have Iwen on-; on without any neces- sity uf an accident., Mr. Baines liav-- ing done so hundreds of limes. Tbe was adjourned 'iat'j in tbe afternoon, t0 -iillow tlm evidence of Dr. wno is out of th-a city al the present linra, to be taken today. ii was; found by the court to possess 'merit: 1. The act does not. amount to an exercise of the police power, so-called, because unt preventativo in its nature' and bcL'iiuse it does not serve any of i he necehsavy ends of police legis- lation. 2. If tho subject wuro one which! j could be handled by ihe police! [pc'-ver, so-called, the act is class islation. The act operates !o deprive those ljubjeet to ita terms of their right Io trial by jury, tfnanuUGsd .to them by tbe federal and state constitutions... -1. Tho act operates to lake property wit bout due process of law and vio- lates tho provisions of tbe federal con- stitution, as well as Article 111. sec- tion 27. of the constitution of the atate of Montana. fi. I-ii j--3fiervinj; to Uie employee his i-ij-bt. to an action at law, tbe act de- jnics to "the mine operator tbe equal pro toction of tbe laws. G. Tbe provision for payment io an injured employe of his compensation in a lump ,sum defeais tho purpose of ho act itself, viewed-as a police re- nilation. rl'. IT. HTAGG JohriEOn Block, LETHBRIDGE, Alta. origiimily. intended. August Lauterbach, a prominent business man of Wash., and Miss Graee. Louise White, popular young woman of the same ace left their homes for Portland to be married. VA'itli them were Arthur Wileox, assistant postmaster aad Miss Rose Chipman, also a member of the popular set, who wore to wit- ness tlie happy event. On the train proposal to make it a double wedding met with prompt response by .Miss.Cbipnian and the ceremony was performed by Dr. Ueiijamln Vonng of tho First Metho- dist. I-lpiscopa! Church. The newly weds went to Salem but I refuse to let their White Salmon friends know when they would retun borne. MRS- LAWRENCE IN BOW COURT London, Nov. Patrick Law- rence, head and front of Tuesday's contrul iiKiire ;u uie LI-IHI u, ;imi ;1 em. during the (femonsmition. Standing] The not ferential e Phone 733 FOR and you will get it The Alberta Cartage Co. A. H. Graves, Prop. A Genuine Snap 2 Lots Block 42 Coutts Street each Terms See H. j. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel unconcerned in the prisoners enclos- ure at Bow Street, police court, she K-.jt.-j enecl to Hie evidence in support of th deputation will ask thn remrivnl of reslriclions imposed on Indian hn- inifrration on.-the fact Iliat vliey tiro British aubjflcta and as Fitch en-, iHod (o thft.rifilit of free entry Into ill Britisli- possessions, j to being fined. well managed spite of Mrs. Kathleen Uoth- :o deliver a speech ats of the magistrate. She bad broken a big plate glass win- dow. is out of my great love for hu- manity and particularly my devotioi to women and children that I dl Ibis" said. "Sex dlsnimlificationa is the root of all social evils and I am prepared to do all the branch of dictates in or- Jer io gain votes for womoii." Airs. Uothwcll was committed for ses- sions. She an offer of hail in tilt: interval, shn preferred to rcmuiii In jail until (he trial. DEATH HOVERS ABBOT A NEGLECTED COLO !o jealously jruard the constitutional rights of the citizen. New System Demanded "It is a. matter of common know- ledge, among lawyers and lawmen a- like, that; our present system of com- peiif-.ilton for injury or death of an employ-ee caused by (lie actual or im- puted negligence of Ins employers, has given rise to conditions which seem io an abrogation of that sys- tem. This demand is so wide spread .Hid insistent that we slmll do well to impure into tbe reasons therefor, s "in thlK state iifllrmiiiivu do- fenac'3 of contributary negligence, and sHumption of risk including in ihe latter ihe negligence of a fellow ser- jvaiH. are still gener.illy availabln io 'the rmployor. The result, is thai, in many eases tho maimed employe, and., in of bis death, Ins dependents, lowering of western Canadian are obliged to bear the whole bnrdnn I grain the secretary of tho of misfortune. He or they ni-.iy auf-' Grnin Uxchnngo said Uiut PROTEST ABOUT THE GRADING OF WHEAT) London, Nov. British and con- tinental grain dealers have presented a strong protest to the Canadian anth-i orities against the action of Winnipeg- grain exchanges in lowering grades; of iUaiiiKoba wheat, particularly No., (i of which -samples were sent in list, and September. Often the Wrong Men nnipeg, Nov. 24. Commenting on Wi the London nable regarding dissatis- faction of ItritlHh gi-ain dealers with Mhur Mean, wn? sonlon-.' at Maidstono. IG lifo inipris meat, for killing lito mo1.her siptnr. ShihhsGun nulckly ston.i coughs, colrfs, mm4 itA Statisiicslellof (lieawful ravages of colds in the lrnll Season. Trifling ul outset, serious in a few days, fatal iti tlic end. Carelessness in dealing with colds is a criminal dallying with death. Fight the cold at its inception and it is vanquished. Tar is a great healing agent, one of the oldest, surest, safest known. Cod Liver Oil has world wide use for all weakening and wasting diseases. Malln'eu's Syrnp of Tar and Cod Liver Oil is the most scientific combination of these two remedies ami is Ihe greatest cold preventing and cold curing remedy ever known. Its benefits are instant- aneous, its results are marvellous. Large bottle costs only 35 cents. .Sol.lrvrrywh.rr. WliMi fevf i wiili roll] MMlHrnX N-rvinr Hi Hie fever nnil nllny Ilir pntti. tlotli sold liy cvctywlietf. J.I.. MalhifiiCo.J'fOps.'.Sherbinokr, Distributors for Western Canada, Folcy Larson Co. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, ler t.lit> humiliation of publir charges with tbe consequent addition- al expense.1 to tbe taxpayer. The. in- jury or deaUi may have IMSHII the rt-- Kiilt of inevitablf? in tin course of ide omplnyment, in whiel event, I lie is the .solo vic- tim. Whatever may be the therefor, actions for damages for per- sonal injury and death, inereaa ed in number in the few -youis. It. is notorious that but small proportion of tbe money 'K forced from (lie employ or in these aes finds its way into tbe pockets of tin; plaintiff. The remainder is litered ii way in payment of cmmael f-s, wilnesn fees, court rosly and her iH'rt.'KKary expenweK of litigation. records of this court disclose thai ir best anil iniinkd iiH have, its was llielr duty, ad vo- ted ilio cause of Hie, plaintiff in many of Ibcse eases; nevertheless the fact, remains thai the solicitor of per- donal injury mwR is a hateful rc-.illty' and murh uimeresaary and ill-advised litigation results from bis activities. Tlicao casoH urn prolific of perjury and auhornntion of false swearing. They also add a great woipht to tho _ his board had nothing; to do with U. The Dominion government, appointed t.hc grain standards board, which c'on- of westoni fanners and (bn Kraiji cxdliangc WHS not roprceented Tho Home .Market Oluli cf deduced against Ihfl free; of wood pulp ami pjipcr. Now six-room oolfcago, fully modern, Jji3.000.6o. JOi'isy ti-nns. Owners. The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock 7th Street ;