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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE 0 AlLY HfcRALU SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 191 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECtMBER 1307 Published by Ltthbrldtt Printing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at Its orto, Sixth St.. Alberta. W. A. Director JOHN' Manager PHONE: Advertising. Circulation and Job Department-: 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year. (JoliTPKj'.................... St.00 1 year, by JJ.OO c: :'.ioMtfcj, JelivertJ ;2-00 C auxins, by luor.lh..5 51.00 3 lUCD'.hs, by ..................15 1 LKilh. fcy A-.Urij...? ,-r.ivcol CTTCTI debited, but bo'.h .if r-M be given PHONE: Repartjrial a Department "CK SALE r.ii Pcattie Lake Grasy Lake i- Pock Str-ro; J. Co.: CTU03 Co.; Ktr-jp ft_ Cohen Co.: Alciar.tini Protisc'al Agency. LvaJlDj Book and Aliia: Creek Pr. 109A Sib Ave. Cljar Drus Xews Co. O'ancr.d Dr. Wci'lake llros. Ti-.e Station EJvQrJ Ro.id. Medictre Hat Co.; XI-K-S Shop. World .Ver.-s Co. KlTcl-' J.sraieson Xews .V D. Klver Side World Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD !a or more XIK! rcaulns a Euir-niar.v or the ce'-vs of tlla -reek, local aci Jistrlcl 1 year in "In advance................... SOc WATER .METERS. I F doubts exist ;ts to Hie advisability of water trios registrars, have the authority for perform- ing marriage ceremonies (here may possibly be heller results. The true significance' of marriage as a conlracl. tivil or sacred, will be realized nc- (u whf> qble to appMr nican. n large outlay for-pumps, should help before a legal Junclionarv while those who hold nilav them. It is a mailer of or Reid, (he statement made by Lomrmssumer id, thai if they were not installed it would lhi, formpr view w 'A'choice between two evils if it may be-so-put. The chief objection to meters lies in the pos- sibility of their use making water more expensive lhan_wilh.llu.'.fLal rale.. The.experiment tried out The is a of sti'ol witij a long wooden it his one sharp ttlse. It has two. In ibe days Caesar was cross- ihp Rubicon, axe was very i useful for carving up tin? enemy, the which Julius auil bis legions accora- witti much gusto. t Nowadays, (ho axe is used for Its favorite oc- cufatioa'is iQppTnjj-toads olf city f'cials. Tho "official axe has, indent, jhaiTa It tbjs list few uiooiis. It of- nlcfca ns j fiun. 'but.'the, Ml j or'It Il'stPDVp.. I other (lay' tVe.'civic "Vtts- j .una fell Wow. ..Great aie. tball ourjelvW jtroso to Neve, ttiat themselves' sm- older nxe. TPheo they'd have Jwln axes. They could call.ihenti theJGoJd Diut The .slogan' be "Let the Gold Dust their work. <161J Dust iho col. believes, vrouM be a capital name, because they would- te doing darfc deeds. The connection I3 clear Dust Twins, dark deeds, olc., etc. That's original. But the reason for the two Quite clear. The line-up of oper- ating expenses for the. year is rather ponderous. Some more execution will have lo te done. Hence tho other nxe. You''see the estimates :it present ehow anjncrease of jver last. year. increase In dp- bxituro Interest' "staking "Had" that yugottn pay is only There's that other stacked up asalnst-an economy, plat- form. That's the job for the other axe. From all appearances, the Gold The alUri.ntivcs offered cannot but bring an W nbout an appreciation of the marriage ceremony AICS is great things, as viewed in eillior aspect. Tliis will tend to n Betwixt And Betweeti j say -our ItnilAUS down soutu aro -worth eight thousar- dollars ai'lwe. At on, tho Indljn" ilil. ud 'slceu vat iuu.li with the latter con make use of their respective churches in the city fur figuring Hie cost .iiijlfes it'appFar, greater respect for the state that unforlunatcly wiiVw. 3ess vjlli than by existing does nol exisl. Much of the spcredncss j salaries for one and sir-elevenths Tliis ought to serve in removing any which constitutes, nntl ought lo constitute, doubt on Ibis score. The only forcible objection yliich. cau' raised against water meters is that they might be useless when the freshets start in the spring. There appears the possibility of their being chok- ed mud. 11 would he '.veil.in the public in- terest if some autliorilalive-informalion'cun be furnished on this'poinl. Olhcnvise the meter] plan must anncar destined to become a failure.' marriage ceremony is lost through the fact that the employment of ministers, no matter the views held hy the party or parlies in the cputract7is the only means available for matrimony. Marriage by ministers, where another alter- native exists, will only be resorted to by those who believe in the sacredness of the contract, and much good will thereby bo accomplished. The existence of Justices of Ilic Peace bv whom niar- riage ceremonies mav be performed will do nwav 0 I years. At that rate It's almost as pleasant to be' a commissioner ap to be on Uie Indian list A DO-WD in Montreal, where whiskey blanc and the rage at social functions, there U a line of cheap along thi water front. _Tbe hired men-who B the these bave Inslructlorjs .from head- quarters that ngthiqg be was ted.' so they, i tors 'A WORTHY CAUSE.' npHE ladic-s of the Women's Civic Club bave undertaken a worthy object. They are bent on providing a place for the young ladies of j 1-ethbridge, who have no homes of .their own, loj entertain themselves. It is not to be an elaborates [Y.W.C.A. a rest pensive but free. t We commend their purpose to the good citi- zens of Lethbridge, and ask you to support them. jWith such good management as the institution M'oultl have at the hands of the Women's Civic .Club no one need fear that the money-will be {wasted. It will be made to do the greatest pqs- 'iible good where it is most needed. Incidentally we might suggest that it would hot bs impi'aclicable for the W. C. T; U. and thcj In a .receptacle for.'the purpose. with ministers ami churches being regarded only i This is aimed al Ihe gentlem-n.pt as means toward an end, without'the Woarj- Willie -tendencies.' ivlio" fre- associalion bi-ing' recognized. I.IBCM... It Is their ipec- b ial loy. cratj worth carries ,the klckVf'a fou'r-boria team ot -Ark'an-' Frost Proof Carbon Proof Don't risk a shutdown of your tractor and all the loss of time and money that means by using an oil of a poor cold test. Polarine Oil Keeps a Tractor Running Right because it starts a tractor running right even on a zero does not stiffen ur the fullest possible lubriciiiic" wit'ri every drop. A' very light-colored oil, and leaves practically no carbon. _ Gasoline A distilled refined product, not a mixture. Gives full power always. Does not carbonize in cylinder. Best and most reliable, gasoline on the market. Silver Star A Rtlincd Oil for Tractor! Recommended by leading engine. ..builders; Used by every kerosene engine in the Winni- peg .Motor Contest of Premier Gasoline and Silver Star are carried'fn bulk nt over 300 Imperial Oil Company out western Canada. Fit] your own tank wagon or steel barrels jnd avoid leakage and waste. Price list' ot any agency. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited Satkatoon Vancouver Calgary bridge in Wetttm f Edmonton 1ULD FORCE I go into tlie sirrie district. The Can-igivc renewals' to-callroads witliout adian'Pacifib'raiUav was askM to some guarnriico-1b.it Uwy .will iinme- dialely cointnence.. construrtipn and try to rusli the lines to completion as soon ns possible. railway the br; Commons OUIi POINT OF -VIEW Monday is tlii; annivcreary of Washington's birthday...What would he do to Pancho Villa if he were alive? What would lie not do? Alberta was particularly favored in the mat- ter of appointments on Hie redistribution coin- jnilke. Tlie sunny province seems to hold the key position. There is jnsl one question that nobody lins! Ai the first meeting nl committee ol trie Uuuse a-cUust. in a-bill "of the C.I'.R. .was amended to 'provide' that the ot sas. mules. generally proves -suf- tailtray for which chatters -were flciect to warraA't-their appe-ararice sougtit should be. commenced within before the beak .the neit a yta'r-r and completed within thrto Tid, as a gentlenian who claime the years. Tiifr' corr.yany syught power to E a branch line in orm district and they. answered that the Canadian Northern .railway, bad lint under charter there, and it would not be worth.1 their ivhile to, go in. 1 offer to give, some idea of Oic reason .why, tliis. amcnclir.cnt was put in at the suggestion ol cer- tain members Irnnl' western Canada. The particuliiT question is a liye one la oi.Aiberta. Tfce boards trade.arei all.behind.ttc movement not 'continually big burg as his native home, .told it" to tho days for fire, cents" aur old time. Btart within two years acd com- plete in five years. When the. bill Civic Club to work together in in regard to Ihe proposed water mclers. Xnatler. This would allow for a combination of 'Ihe deaconess' dulies and those of a matron of ;fhe institution. The combined duties would not Iw arduous, for there would be no regular room- ers at the proposed inslilutiori. for Jookrag after the girls who go to-the-rest room to entertain themselves in the evening, the W. C. T. U. would have (juarlers provided for tlieir deaconess, and also rooms for any girls arriving pn trains who'might wish a night's lodging. plan is worthy of the Women's Civic Club.no mallei- how it may be decided between ttidt body and Ihe W. C. T. C., and the Herald loinmends the organization iriost bearlily for .their action. is going to happen to the meter when (lie water in the Relly river is as clear as A few more such outrages as the Henlon mur- der in Mexico, and President Wilson. will, bo forced by weight of public opinion to change his tactics toward the southern republic. The kill-! Mr, .1. o. j Federal! CIVIL MARRIAGES. JONES. ;is president of Ilic Alberta Sunday, it thawed, Monday, Tuc-aday. .it snowed, Wednesday, It blowed Thursday. It froze- Friday, 'twas spring ngalo..' you can -ce for yourself. We fail lo eee Tvhere the famous Medicine Hat brand.had anything on UE thI3 -weeh. That even meant for-T-Odlry. o don't say 11. came up in committee ol the whole House objection was taken to -the 1 amendmwit iriade in the railway cotn- Imitiee, anil .VT. A. for in explaining the n.'for the action' of Ihe.. cpinrnit- tce, said'accoiding to thc'liansatd The C.P.R. Is nothing If nol tip to" j ilate. Their latest" stunt fa' to' Iiave dining car wallers'match In Ion the color scheme of the cars they Mr. liuchan.in I can beat out what -the hori.' member 'for North has said with regard to the work of the Canadian railway la Alberta this year. In raj constitu- ency- they have been constructing two very important branch lines. I do not think this amendment was aimed particularly at the Canadian Pacific railway ils object was to Induce tho railways to complete the lines which they liavc had charters lor for some Hecause ot the frequency with serve in. Ho far In our travels" we some p_i these companifscome haven't nolert ar.r hljhlr colored iky blue, pea green or old rose waHere." of rk-nlon murder in Hie first degree. CONDUCTOR 'BURDETT'S----- LEO BROKEN IN ACCIDENT n _, I. i ii Macleod, -Mberti'.. Keb. the nothing less than cold blooded I rcsull ot anotht.r lhii c. P. II. lino wtst of MacleoJ, Conductor J llurdett is lying in MB .Municipal bos-' ipllal here -with a broken No conductor being 'the" only !ilcrnlion of Lnhor. indicated in his ad- flrtss lo the miners' canvtiilion Hint Icfjisliilioii will soiifjlil lo secure power for .lusliccs ii( llir to perform inurriiiyo ceremonies. The- pro- posdl.jim- prasihly ctimu us n nidc.sliwk in tlnil, uiijler [nescnt iirr.mgi'nu-nls. we ;irc wont lo spvii.k "IL' of Ihe wedding ceremony. Tliis from the fiict thai ctre- inonies nre performed by Ihe ministers of the varioiis rcliuious hodics. ]3iil Ilic fuel Ih.-il Ihe Sitilc lias the power to dissolve coiilnicfs Ijy the yrtiriling of divorces, llu: word loses much if nol al! the force il carries. Tliis being so there be ho objection lo'fhe proposal for giving parlies' Hie option of making marrijipc tsstntiidly