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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEIAL0 SATURDAY', FEBRUARY cise with mote tban ordiciry Inter- est in Ei Paso that olher Kr.fciishmen, friends of Uenton, the ten- Miners' Editor n T 1 I weie unheard from, ifciris KCSISHS iOD'sity lt plfpart.j a thorouch ia- !a view of the fact ibit the Board jnt0 BesKVs Villinc. hid been very iu t pae outforue of tte situation, ttrike- movemepta in Canada. y.liich uls thought "more prob- Tbal tbe dUtress In Coleuisn and was to a warning Bellsvue was pretty well ger.tral iu by Great Britain to her in all tbe locals was appreciated, ari-1 .vieiico to isolated places and Delegate proposed retreat to localities where they could tian -which he thought solve place themselves uscex the protection '.be difficulty. It was tint all o1 the British flag. thouM (tvpu osemptto for a per-: 10NUON OPINION led of two months frcw psyiug Uritish COT. !o: the district EVlenc? This .D00n tod3J. ,ot naa defeated. Hit on a rrtl fall I'v'- any action in rfjarj to ihe ev- lu; demanded, was idoflfJ by a Kuytfu al el William S. Ben- l majority. lm_ ti.e Scottish raachman, beyond Election Void. ir.s'.ructing Sir Cecil Sprits-Kief. The election of the Board British ambassador at Washington, Mr sub-distrkt N'o. 4. USE declared obtain from Secretary Uryan all void, tbrojgb his not bavin? conform- J possible infoiniatioa oa tbe aQair. to the residence uualific.iliens S'o Work, No Pay- It tte Michel delesat? had his Ray i( e officers of District IS vould bate sit-on. CRKATEU A SENSATION Allho'Jjh the tragedy has creaicil a isfnsatioa throughout the lifilish has not around any lUspo- oa the part o! responsible laeaibcrs of the British government to change their policy in regard to tin been faced, as one of the delegates ifmarked. with a "lock-o'.it" two weeVs every year. This was anent [Mexico. tlie proposal to deprive toeni of sal-1 Tie members of the British s'rles while taking a vacation. The j eminent, consider that the proposition was voted dowu as being unfit.-.-- Business Principles The delegates aere of the cpinion mere to o! belliger- ents, would he a mistake. The '-Evening Standard'1 says ''The execution of Beaton empha- siies. the fact that some kind of ic- haye a chartered accoiC-ifar.t to an-lit j compulsion will soon bs Ihe accounlt, and a proposal to ap- ffceisarv to slop Meiao from -wal- twa audlicre from the member- ship -na? negatived. lowing in this style ef corraption and WILSOX -MUST 'GO KURTHER The as'sing what tioai tront to happen-in case the.lnvcstiga- YYUllIlUeU tion proves the guilt ot Villa, says tie United States has not only the responsibility involved .in. its. associa- tion-with-, the. Monroe Doctrine, but the responsibility ol havice supplied Villa and'the'rebels with arms, there- by prompting the lawlessness which British lives and iatejests. President Wilsoa has lar. to shrink from going further." t'or-sul Edward? watched closely at ihe slaUoa, hoping to catch a glimpse of Benton or any American prisoner, hut suvv none but Mexicans board tte train. WAS HE COl-Ilf-MAP.TtALLED That there was a real couti-roar- tial is Bentors none nn this side of the'border preieails-io know. believed that Benton started tor headquarters to protest against the repeated raiding on his ranch-in Chi- huahua by lie Mexican rebels. Here at- least, the iilling of Beaton .has! wiped out whatever confidence in order to'irhpress the need T5 Words .25 cents an Inkertlun. fi IntertlorM .for prln' Must Paid iu Advance i Miscellaneous for FOR Four.vell bred Serifhiro Sows, .six monltE old; one Peerless lacubator, 20') uearly or will excbauge for good milcli cow. Geo. Firth. General Delivery, City P.O. 6S C FOR SALE OR bum' or exchange.for cow. Also good piano for sale cheap or ex- cLange. Apply IflOl 1st Ave. N. FOR home.frnwn No t Timothy seed, price T'.J cents per Ib. sacked f.o.b Coaldale. Call or wilto Jc-hn Darldsoa, Coa'ldale. 'Ttone It. 215. Answers Criticism from front paga) FOR one second hand Upright IQ piaoo roafce case; meats. Mason Ud.. FOR SALB-OS5 water front, nearlv new, -Ap- pHrB.RMcc.rtr.-t4a 8th EL FOR baud Player Pi- ano in perfect condition; a snap for some one. Mason Risen. FOR speak now., your Coin Potatoes and Ma'rquls YvaeaL Farm Products Ltd., SITUATIONS VACANT good salesmei, must hare n little yash. Apply Kimball Lars en, Sherlock WANTEIH-Gdpd servant girl. Must be goodTworker'and'tieaL Will pa) good wnges Io right parly. Apply 1224 6th Ave. AS. "responsible' men to represent us in all parts of Canada acd-AIasSa. Good and contrac Io. the right party. Canadian Callo- ptose Company, office, 70 Hobsoo SI.. B.C. to do wori a home, decpratiag' cushion tops.' Can make, from" to 35.00 per day Pleasant worlcft Armour Art R, 111 Winnipeg, fi teacter ond class (profeeslorial) 'certlflcate for the West Lethbrldge Central S. D 2440, four mlleE west of Letibrldge Duties to commence JJarch, 2nd. Apply staling salary to Robert Crawfort P. Or Box 1S15, Left bridge. Hull Block. Phone 3017. FOR in finst class con- dition. Apply. 971 10th "St. S. feit in Villa's promises. MASS MEETING HELD jo! soine relief immediately, ilr. Reid jtefeired to a letter written by him- TLese and olher disclosures in io the "io touncii last summer, rnOHtiil- l-r I whlCh teallS 2S follOWS Maj-or and Council, City Geatle'mea wish to call your ai- ientioS to the Inadequacy oi the pref- nitj-T.'ateri -taie-care of the wafer supply for the coming year. This year we hsve been work- ing under difficulties ovrir.z to the demand lor wnler, FOR and upland hay. iy carload lots; quality guaranteed. Write or phone for prices to Joseph Bsnton case, spewiiiy ccystalized pub- lic jeatimenS and late ia the dav ar- rarjgeaents completed Tor a mass dealing oi protest. Uiiable' to told -if in Cleveland- Square, because an: HiteilOf brld too possiuililiss of danger, the was transferred to' a tbeaiie.' Foriter Governor Ctirrv tii: Xen- MulM, chairman, outlined liirgely the and the resolutions were tte fact-.'that, the water adopted with a sho'Jt. They were ore- plysl intake is-cot sufficient, nor is sented by W. a refugee j of the discharge maits ac'd mioicg man, _R. gtest enough to raie care Df the full capacity ol the pumps. Just as soor. "Dudley, and Cnloael Hunt of El Paso. ".WASHINGTON WILL AWAIT Washington, Feb. White House. oSjcials stated tcday that official re- ports from General Villa acd his friends declaxed William Beaton, tfca lanchmu, vvs execuied he- canSB be came to the camp of Villa armed and thieateced the life of the. commander, fn TJBTT of thiB latest reporl there vis some disposition at the flliHe Hpiue use, or rathet waste ol the present water system. Thankir.- vrja.-fc'.r puMishlng this. I am, Yours Ituly, H. The tnlr.inium'rate, Io (he 'new schedule, is J3.ot, on 5060 gallons daify ay. The. rnefert oijl lo coat 'each. II. Whilmauh, elected reeve ui M'estporl, was unseated hy the Leeds county juilgp at KrvckvillV on ground of bribery. 1S16 iEt Ave. A X. to miles TO good E iease for a G-year term, from Tlaroni; 500 acres under cultiva- tion. Ivtceller.t .proposition for re- liable renter. Equity Trust ft Co., H., close to car line. "Apply 615 Itth SI. 8outh. 50-6 roo.T.ed" bungalow with .Ire place, on car line. Vpply 12th St1 S.; morning or TO Warier section of Ir- rigeled land near- Coaldale, about 30 acres In alfnlfr, or> acre.i fall plowing, balance to be spring plowed. H. A. Suqeltt. Coaldale. J On Saturday afternoon, watch lob with monogram "M. II. si." con- alned In of B. A. A 7o. rir.der kindly return to Herald __ checX; ;he owner reel have hy calling at Herald office and paying for this coral ear fjnpt; finder I leave tt IloraliJ efrlco. f evening. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS'] ol S306. Will pay jecurlty. H. B. S'ohhl. W> fUh 81. a., city. purchaie AitoeinenU for sale, also money to Addresi Box 1SS5. City. for the coining ipring and summer with }arg9 Bteam UNDERTAKING THE-SOUTHERN ALBERTA WELD-. ING CO., have opened Vubp at the rear of Dr. McClure's n Sth SI. South. All kinds of broken machlnerj' repaired by tbe Oiygen- Acetylene Welding-procjas on Bhort notice.' Also ground. R.-c. McClure, Mgr., J. B. Wilker, Muster Mechanic.' y, Director and Embalmer. 411 5th Street South, Phone 1Sf.2. night or day. MUSIC THE LETHBRIDQE IMPERIAL.OR for donees.for season. Any number of pieces supplied. Violinist. .1. li. OasMl; pianist. R. Needs. Box POUND SALE Notice Is hereby given under See- on 23 of the. Pound District Ordin- ance that unlesi eooner released 1 will sell at public a-jbUon at 2 o'clotX p.m. on flulurclay, February 28, 1014 at the pound kept hy mo on the N. W Sorter of Sec. Township 9, Hange 20, went of the 4tli Meridian, brown" gelding' about tro years old weight about 600 foa., on right shoulder motionim" 24': one .aged.sorrsl goltllng, weight about 1300 Ir.dln- llnct briinda'on'Iefl thigh res'embllng bracket and C roveM- cd C with elralght' bar over; one black work mare about 8 years old, weight HOO Iba., branded lar.y R on left thigh, and one bay gelding atcul 10 yeari old, tight hlnil foot white, hlack spot on led hip, old wire cula oft both. front feet, hrendcd 0 over tlralght tided Y on right thigh. CLINE'S ORCHESTRATrCan be engaged for Dances, nanqu'eU, Rdc- .RecopllonB.1 Wcddlces, clc. Any number at pieces' supplied UooH music, well phyel Ei-enlng rlresa when desired, F. Cllne, llanarrr, Phone 1267. ______ H. MeC. YOUNO. 0- er of voice, piano and theory. Stud Io, room one. Conservatory Unlldlng 11 th SL and Eth. Ave. PIANO TUNING 0, H. I'lano Tuner 1253 6lh Avenue A South. Pliorta 1163. COLLECTtONS .Made Anywhera WE GET THE MONEY Bldg. Phon The Brown Mercaht-ls Agehq THE NURSING MISSION' ProrlJes vliltlng nurees for "wV ternlly and all medical and surgical cascs'fexcepl centagloui dUeaies) end charges according to the clr-'- cumsltnces of the pallcof Poor rallcnls cared, for-frce of-.charge. Orailualo nurses for prlvate'duty also provJJcd. For further particul- ars apply to the Kursing 14H 7th, Avenuo, South.. (MISE) A. NK Tilfey, (Miss) M. A. McKay, Orad. Nurse., outfit; work guaranteed. XVouirl Uke few. horaes on large contract- Box 1 W. H. "Pawnon, Jr., Foimatceper. 61-1 52, Herald. 54-1 'ID riT. -five ittiitice "Ith wan.', Hxht and Apply Uox M, Herald. WANTBU-Cameri with or .without leiu. Cheap for Brltlih and Colonial Co.', Bherlpck Bids, NOTICE Notice In hereby Iliat tho farlnershlp heretofore, exiillnj; bo- iL-ben Hop Blni.aml tong Tang In restaurant it'Buroni, hat Us- lolred, and the will he hy Hop Sing. (Signed) MADAME ELLA cltcr, Concerts and "Al liomca" at- tended. Teacher of Elocullon, Claj- sicM Dancing, Singing anrl (k-ncrn1 Deporlmchl, 19 Victoria Mansions, 3rd Avenue South. ACCOUNTANT W. A. HENDERSON CO.. C, Municipal, coal, timber, mariufac. luring, retail, wholesale nnil other audlll. Offlceg at -Wlnnlprg, Medl- dee Hal. l.cthbrldxc. nenldent Partner, A. E. C.A., (Hcoi. Sc Acarllt lilig. Phone D, p. of'lhe InstT luie of Chartered In and and of the In- stitute of Chartered Accountants of Albsrli. Bldj., LethbrWEe. Montana Ewes for Sale Four thousand bead foar-ycorold eve's, Kood cviiilltlon, flrfil clafsf, breO ahrop anfl Coliwolds. Will Iamb fn-'Mayi For April -fitst delivery flt- the Flock yards 'Bt' Cliolemij Mun lam, Prlcfl 41.60 per A. J. COWELL Choteau r Montin Transfer Phpne 1386 jind.Pr.o.mpi Strict.. j ;