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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TUB LETHBRIllGE DA1LT HEKAT.P SATURDAY, Ai'Kll, 18, 19U Give Your Tractor the Best Oil Your tractor costs too much money to take any chancee with poor lubricants. Use and you can work your tractor day and night if necessary, with the least wear and tear. Polarine holds its body at high temper- ature, and flows freely down to zero. Burns cleanly, ending carbon troubles and is especially adapted for kero- sene-burning tractors. HON. J. R. BOYLE VISITED DIS- TRICT AND IS EN- LARGED 100 SECTIONS Silver Star A nfined Oil for Tractors Clean, uniform tractor for use on all tractors in the Winnipeg Motor Contest Gained in bulk at 300 stations throughout Western Canada THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Retina Edmonton Moose Winnipeg Vancouver Limited Saskatoon Wattn Cuifit nivmoml, April Hon. J. Uoyle. minister ut education, In lUymociT list WS1'1- A iweltas the school trustees of Uaunvnd, St.tr- ,lins ami Writing held (hc HOKB liall. The minister rendered his decision in rtxard to the enlargement !of the school district. About ICO i sections were aJJcd to the district ill will now include all the hunl up lo (he KIrialdv rar.ch and west lo hla-ralh district. The assessment i will be nude Immediately. The schoo tax will now be reduced to an equal- jity with other school districts. It is [considered a great victory lor Hay 1 moad settlers. I There will lie no at prestn' in lit Stirling or Weilir-5 (Vrovo districts as the assessment Is aliead; in the Stirling district. The minister came Irom Warner list cljlit and rc.fl Martin here. They will 50 to Macrath and Cards- ti-n districts, an attempt will be made to adjust their school diffi- culties. The tact trial people congro- gate' ID hamlets to send their children lo school durir.g the school term mates it imperative, that districts he. I enlarged. Raymond has supported I cloven schools with 490 paplls from a district equal to son'.e where, the) :ave but oce school and twenty pup Is. The same is true of Majrath, Cardstoh and other districts. Continuous Trustee Service Individual trustees, electors and guardians may die or become r inriracitated before their tnistetsbips erplre. In this respect tho servic-as ol this. Corporat'on .In trust affairs ire superior M> there offered and the remuneration awarded fo.- suc'j services no greater. .Oar booklet, "The AdvanUses o: Mnkinj a sent free on redsest, the TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Companyj Limited Public Administrator ami Official Aisignes for tht Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASK1WIN 520 Eighth Avtnut Wctt, Calgary. Frederlclon. N. B., April lloyal Commission to be appointed b His Honor, the Uemenant Governo vs-111 Investigate tie charges which th opposition leader, Mr. Dugal, has pr ferred In the legislature against th Hon. J. K. Fleming. This course w so that his estate realized eaormo'Jsibe formally announced In the Legls pioDls on his investments. Some ap-liature this alternoon by Acting proiimate idea of cost and returns mier George J. Cl.ark and bill will may he gathered from tte following Ue giving the necessary sialement: 1 authority. It Is unfefilood that Chief Cost Realized ;JustkC3 or tie Sup.-eme Printed toots f Court) McL6od and Hon. Stowo manuscripts c p A ]Jrlary will be inomtxsra TO THE PUBLIC Barrel's manuscripts Libri manuscripts.... Sth Cent. Ms.............. 500 It will be seen from the foregoing totals that an investment of [returned a total ol .The. i latter total, however, does not in- the larger sums 'sales by private treaty. Vales Tiomp- 'sin. lor instance, is said'to have paid t'lout for what were known i as Appendix masuscripls, and the late 3Ir. Quaritch bought privately a copy of the Biblia Pauperum for In 18SO the entire library ol of the commission.- .berifed) hy the fourth Earl may ar.d manuscripts was valued at described as completely scattered to 1 all parts oi the world- three ApaTt from he had a collec- days1 sale of 233 lots produced Oj jmportarit pictures, notably 29! 7s. Id. [ibe Itembrant picture ol "The- Lord Ashburnham, who was Preacher Ansloe coasoling-a 1797 and died In 1S78, began coV-lwhich was sold in 1883 to Messrs. April the conclu- sion at -Messrs.- Christie's of three days' sale of line English toreijn silver, the properly of WILLp WH1VER i''" Only Gateway to Peace River Country. Exit of Cliriboo gold mines. 'Si confluence of the Salmon, r'raser and Willow Riv- ers. No'rttiernmoit town Junc- tion1 of rkilrpid. and narijible river. Omnd TfunX Piclnc Hy. new running eait.and- welt through WILLOW RIVER and Britiah Columbta Legitlature Just pissed Nil guaranteeing trends of PsclSii and Great East- ern Railway to build from WIL- LOW H1VER north to Peace. Hiver. Controls traffic pa the Fruer for 50 mllei north-call jWir cu jtn Ykje tar MB ktrttht. "A word tW.lt UcV. HuJwin." Canadian Yale Towne Limited of VALE Piod.ctl General Office! and Worki: St. Catharines, Ont. HAYR HARDWARE CO. .Snip Aopnrs for Icctir.g bonts when a hoy at Ging-! lor the Berlin Museum lor er's famous boot-shop in .and afterwards the pic- ter. before te died he had form- i tui'es at Ashburnham House, a cfl a collection'ol books, which were many important works by and other tJitogs o! almost Italian artists, were sold privately latcliftlram, Hih o! Ashburn-; pd variety and interest. He was r.olto two dealers. As to the late hara the splendid art and literarr ,cnly a fir.? .all-round judge, but he'fifth Earl cl .Ashburnham s object in collections formed (and in part in-Ibought fjttcr.sivelj and well, so much selling all.those possessions, it w, i_____________________. always said to te connecter! with his aad Catholic sympathies. He had no sen his only daughter is in convent; and his successor in H-.e le is not a Catholic. .His will was i ovisionallj' sworn at ur.der .The greatest railway systems guard the lives en- trusted to them by equipping their signals with Yale Padlocks and other Yale Locks. They realize that it is essential that this mechanism must have perfect protection. This is an example of the wide vjrictr o( for.which Yale Locks are made. 'Ilicy give lo the traveler the same peace. of mind that comes to the home-holder who know s that tamper- ing hands are kept (rom his doors by Yalt Locks. Yale Locks and Builders' Hardware sold in Canada are in Canada. PAY ROLL PER MONTH lAORATH'S HASDY PERENNIAL HEARD BY JUDGE JACK- SON YESTERDAY The appeal o! William A. Miller, ol against liis conviction and ne ol MOO by Justices ol Ihc I'eace iwrnan and Mercer, lor lurming -mom without a license, carr.e or hearing hcfore Judge .lackson Frl morning. Miller is fljMlng th w o' the lown of Majralh on thi pounds'that the amount ol the II ease is and that unde amer.dmtni 1313 ol Ike I'ool lloon no cily, town, or village, has power to pass a bylaw rfgulaltri. :he lictnse to be paid. Melvin Clcdlrey, secrelacy-treasurer ol Ihe ol Msgralh, was In th witness box, and the depMitlcms Jchn Jl Turner and Earl Holden, at tt.e first trial, were itad. Other wifnesst-s esarnlned Ktre. J. Miller, Jcbn Hrlrlge, and A. Forbes, lictnse insfccfor of l.tllihtidge. Judemeal was reserved when the case cor.i-luded late In Ihe afternoon. The ol I'almer, Vd.clland and Osllund apreated for the town ol Majralh, and VV. S, Dal I for the ap- pellant. A Californian U the inventor ol a pad to te attached to any brown to Two tho-jsacd railroad labor- ers, wllh payroll of monthly, expeclea lo be outfitted from WILLOW sum- mer. Largo Industries already secured. Orarid Trunk Pacific calls It moat Important totrn for 500 miles weit-.of Tete Juane Cache. On the direct line of tbe propoied Alaskan, Brltlih lumbla. autes. railway donnec- lion. In the direct centre llth Columbia; 'nearest compet- ing city east, west and touth, ?CO miles. One and quarter miles frontage. Clreatest for business of any Interior city in British Co- lumbia. Watch development this summer. Write for booklet. 'ACIFIC LAND t TOWNSITE8 CO LIMITED. 02 Ricbardi Street, Vancouver, B. Live Wanted We will be open for business on and after Friday, April 17th. We solicit your correspondence and your ship- ments of stock of all kinds. We know that it it for ths Interests of all to create a market here for Lethbrldje district stock, where the buyers, the growers and the stock come together. Ycu cannot afford, unless you are a very large grower, to ship two C.r three hun- dred miles (or a market. Get your mar- ket as close home at you can, and sell In the markeL The buyers cannot afford to travel to find you. expense of the travel has to come out of the stock they of you who sell, Ii itoek tnough, and rapidly In- creating, to make a market We muit grt together. Through the of the City and the Agricultural Board w< are able to offer you the bett equip fid yards In AlterU with car con- nection with the city, water and electric lights, connected with the C. P. H.'maln tints (by a running to and from Cardston, Warner and Coutts, and Fore- moit We will feature two days each month ai FARMER'S TRADING DAYS, and In- vite the farmers to meet each othir upon these dayi and trade with each other, a bull, a boar or a horse that has been used long enough, he will be able' to ex- change with someone who also wants to change his stock. An AUCTION SALE will be held upon these dayi, and any- thing that anyone cares to bring In, In tht way of Implements, household furni- ture, live stock or any thing that he may vnnl to part with, will be entered at the sale. We want the Farmers to come even If they have nothing to sell. Get acquaint- ed with each other, exchange Ideas If nothing else it will do you good and your farm good. Members of our Board of Trade will be theie to mesl you and gel better acquainted, as It Is the spirit of the Board to get Into clocer touch and better relations with the Farmers. We will announce FRIDAY THE 24th as the first Farmer's Day. You may put feed In your wagons, and should you wish to stay a day or two you may leave your team upon the ground! at a coit to you of 25c for each 24 hours.- The merchants' will, we are. assured, deliver goods to your wagons at the yards. We Cannot Succeed Without Yoo I Plcnse nnswor questions below, de- i tixch and mail to us. 1. can we make I ho stock yards serve you What general suggestions cnn you offer that will help make Farmer's Day a success! 3. 'Will you make use of Yards to buy or sell? the 4. Will you lie here on April 24th, 1st Eurnior's MAIL TO Uthbridge Stock Yards Co. April 24th Will be the First fNNER' DHY Residents of the City may offer at this sale anything in Live Stock or Implements that they may have to dispose of Lethbridge Stock Yards Co. George M. Hatch; Gen. Mgr. LIMITED In Scotland 83.S per ccr.t. of-ilium- j water would Irene, windows! After eight years' wrult .Injun's nunlcipal can be. washed with a doll' satarat- targ-sst dry dock, having room for inatbg gas is made In works per cent, in Ireland ar.d with Jierosene followed with pol- 30.8 per cent. In Kngland. i ishing a dry cloth. ton vessels, lias plclrii hern WE CAN TELL YOU .WHERE TO PUROHAtE OR 6EU PtOp PET STOCK AND KINpS Or LIVE STOCK 7HE BEST MKAMi OT REWHINQ YOUR DaWTlNATIOM TilB BBST BOAJtDINO HOUSES IN CITT WE HAVB; ix5T8 or THTJ NOTE VAT'SR. COMB IN AND UBK BOMB WRITIfJO TO YOUR LETHBRIDGE FREE INFORMATION BUREAU DALLAS HOTEL ;