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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, ISM Erery malws a Will avail bisasjlf or the of i Trust Company to aci as tis Kxecuio-. ilw charge U no hlvlwr than when an is apr.jliued. TosUlor is assured ut the provisions of Ms Meg csjiJIcItly orrlc4.o-.il. ASK FOR OUR BOOKLET. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company. Limited Potiic Adminis'rator anj Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts cf LETHSRIDGE' MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIK 22D Eighth Avrrtue Welt, Cj'gary. BETWIXT AND BETWEEN And sse cpniluufs lo fall with OiKrtoaous resulsrlty. But no more ot tbf so <-uUlog remarks. Tbo Sink got three moJHhs for slealinf a bottle o( inK here. Is also clisrsed -with steMrng two Bull lenstti at Macleod. Evidently that tek will make dnrk blot oi car- i-er. lime, he cieans nij Uaroert ba ablo to dope out to a halr'9 breadth Just how "much medium hot water }t to hire a man. It may give them au arguuiont In fav. or ot of shaven. For Your Voyafle, Assures COMFORT, and ENJOYMENT. wh-n tiaTelr.nr. or !or nlativti o, frltndi, to a via THE CUMARD CANADIAN SERVICE Tbe equipment Is mficnific-nt Iba Splendid of snd fclgkelt efttdtncv-, coming- one clus flU Cabin and Third Class oalr, are molt adcilrably appointed. The Era most delightfully Eurtrt In their OMlfn, irith a thoroojh Eir- ?o distinctively CurjJd. Tht Cunard allo milntilnl wrvlcn bilwwni Quwcrtcwii, Fbhsy.M, UwlMtl. AH McrEntl Htoratore t or br lo fcr S.S. 14000 tow utlfal or Sttti-jhly n 1.1 lo ttt. (ton P.U THE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LTD 304 MAIN WJNNiPSa, MAN. It the rain storms, Ito water celer! lu fact, when all la said and dote. possibilities ot the water meter arc marvellous- a ctar.ce thai, br runnlnr Ike moralng botilo through popular household ornament, one (o find out Uow much he bas been (sat "event Preity rviiu JoVce ths.t. but tt's Just apropos of the (jaestions about meters these dayj. Everyone seeius to hnvo sone ioVe 6r other about them, col. is getting Into tha same. Is a water meter! ULe modern running mate, se, the meter Is a useful article, and roaisca to hicome popular In Letbbrifee. At least evwyono will use then, and when ererybody's doln' It a Ihins Is supposed lo be popular. Bui. !o eiplalo, a wator meter is a Ibirg to meaiura water. By its vso oce may lenru to lha decimal part ot L cent how much aqua be con- iuinefi in a month. If he Is a heavy bis bill raar he's r. ..aiDUler, It ls very likely lo ba 1 higher still. He may calculate o a nicely Just how much U takes to TOT two spears of grass on Ms lawn hera before none at all. It he s a discirle o! higher mathematics, and reads up on calculus and losar- Uuns. he might even be- sMo to tell his neighbor lust what It costs every will hive the satisfaction of that the milkman had lo pay for every rinslo drop of that water. That will bo more lallsfaction than he ever tad before. Following his lions In this latter patllcular. the householder might easily decide for iself Just how much watered slock dairyman has In tie comrany. Some people are opposed to meters, being old fashioned atd ajiu the goveroment anyaay; but rcadlns of all tUa wonde-ful field of ECiectltic research they open up for family consideration clays, the col. thinks there will be a great change In public opinion, and the man who Introduced Lethbriijo will be hailed .ai a public benefactor. S. B. Mitchell, Agent, Ltthbridct BEQUEATHS ANTIQUES Toronto, OnL, Feb. pub- lic bequests of Canadian antiques, historic manuscripts conected with well Icoffa members of his family jrho held office In this country, to- gether .with valuable pictures, pro- luctions of his own brush, are made In the will of tho iate Edmund Jlorrls, !he distinguished .Canadian artlbl, who Tras drowned last August In the St. Lawrence river, near Quebec. B. C. GOVERNMENT CUT'S ITS ESTIMATES Victoria, B.C..- Feb. gov eminent has cut its estimates of the provincial expenditure for the year beginning on April 1 br over four million dollars, as compared with the year now closing. To thiat of arranging for your friends and relations In The Old Country whom you ejpect to bring out in the spring You can secure their tickets here and all arrangements will be made for their forwarding by THE DONALDSON LINE For Information, rates, etc., apply to any steanishlp or tray a cent, or LIDMAN, General Agent 343 Main Street, Winnipeg Worthy of the worlds b est music To most of us the chance to hear human playing of good music comes infrequently. Only in the great cities are the ap- petites of the music-hungry satisfied. Even then one can hear but a small part of all the worth while concerts. Fortunately for those who love the masters of the past, and who have the judgment to recognize in present day composers the masters of the future, there is the Amberola! ia tniKoginy, til CIS WaTlTjt izd Dale. Edison Phonograph It is worthy of Wagner, of Bach, of Puccini. The clear, sweet tone, remarkable in its purity, is simply a translation of human music into your own home. Unless you have heatd the newest Edisons, you have no concep- tion of their wonder- ful mellow quality. You never realized that such beauty could be applied to sound. Ask your Edison dealer to play one of the Blue Amberol you will know that the whole world of good p and pres- open to you. A COMPLETE 1JNE OF EDISON PHONOGHAPI13 AND RECORDS WILL BE FOUND AT EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ANU KECORP3 ARB SOLD IN THIS CITY PHONE 445 THE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO, 13TH STREET NORTH Kenny Allin, Limited, Drug-Book Store 5th South Lelhbridge, Alta. Lite things. axes, water meters Is gre.il They lied a bright plni can on Mis ter Murpby, who used to control tie destiny of the Chicago Cuts, and here is what one loving gefitlcnmn tadllee hy n ay of FARE THEE WELL (By a Reporter) Fare tbee Tvell! And if fornver. Then forever. FARE TUBE WBLt.! In my hopelessness, J never Dreamed that they; cc..'J thee sell. Yt'ould the boss n-ould ie II, All I rcalls UlaX of thte: Did I 'gainst his will inlUe It, lie would lie a. can to me. He won't let me, whom thou swore at. Me, whose job thou tried to get, Me, whom thou "wert often sore at, Say ray say about thee, pet Fare thee well! Somehow without thee, I Trill Hve from day to day. About then More than that I dare not say. And in the face of. that, "Billy" Mc- Jvamara, formerly mayor of Welaskl- win, surnaraed the "Czar of Ed- monton" refuses lo ece reporters. We never thought It of Billy. Buchanan's BlACKs- Whim Scutch Nino lives saved. Survivors now in the Lest of spirits. MRS. BULSTRODE WOMAN EX PLORER TELLS ABOUT PRISONS AY URGA" The British Canadian Trust Co. HEAD OFFICE Coxy UK IRK BLOCK IJETIIUHIDOK, GEO. W. ROBINSON. MANAGER New stock arriving. I must place some insurance today RO.YAL KXOHANGlv ASSURANCE Ettablijhcd 1720. TOTAL LOSSES PAID EXCEED aie proud of this record; pleasa note our growth, GROSS PREMIUM INCOME IN CANADA; The British Canadian Trust Company A Hcme Company CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBB1DQE. ALTA, Plate Glass For All Purposes STORE FRONTS SHOW CASES AUTO WIND SHIELDS Glass Shelves Door Lights, etc. All sizes up to ISO" xlOS" carried in stock Western Supply and Equipment Co. Box 298 Lethbridge Phone 1044 MAROONED IRISHMEN FED By THE BARREL- SEAS' PREVENT RESCUE Dublin, Feb. anxiety has iclt since January 29 lor -.tee safely ol tour lobster of whom are oarr.efl O'Uonndl and the lo'Jtih aie marooEtJ on Roaniuish Island, one ol the small isles in Boylagh Bay, Donegal. The ratn, when they lelt the main- land, had with them only five days' provisions, whicn liave heen exhaust- ed. Esiorfs were made to reach them by the lifebo.it, lint Londpn, FeV. woman esplor- er's ordeals in 'Mongolia were describ- ed at a recent meeting of the Royal Asiatic Society by Mrs. HerhMt T. ivuo last year, with Doe over 709 miles by caravan. She witnessed a triple execution, and was able to photograpb the ter- rible "Living Go'd" at'Urga during; a great icligious orgy..But her mo3t terrible experience was 3 visit to the prisons at Urga. "Witbio a small she said, "fenced in by pali- sades, are Sve or sis: dungeons. There are human.nelnis in tbose dungeons, and among them quite a number oi civilized Chinese, who are shut up for the-remainder of their lives in heavy, iron-bound woodca coffins, out- oi which-they never, under any circum- stances or for any putpose move. They cannot sit upright. Tbey cannot He down flat. They see daylight for but a few minutes when their Is thrown info their coffins through a hole four or five inches in diameter twice daily. "These coffins, ol which I counted over fhcrc were many others which 1 could not jcattcr- glw to wheat growing; most or newcomers into the district will ongiga in Intensive agrlculturo central Alberta, as a result o( which tbo'jsscfe1 of pure-bred cat- tle, horses and boss arc being im- ported from the, United Slates anil various parts of Kurope, principally from Scotland. TO DIE IN HOMELAND Parts, Franco, Feb. Homo correspondent of tho Eclair stales lhat Maxim Gorki, the Russian "Til- er, has returned to Russia, as he suffering from ar.-l. having only a few more months to live, he wants to die In his own co'in- ing lo tl.e tempestuous weather and cil alout on the filthy floors ol the high seas. When the liieboatmen made, their third ciiort they took with them a closed barrel filled with' provisions, and s'-ccecded in floating it asbon through the breakers; a distance of more than a mile. The fishermen emp- tied the barrel, which" was then haul- ed tack hy means of a.line by the crew ot the lilchoat. Inside the barrel a.bottle- was dis- covered which contained the message: We are well, but cannot go, out. "ome hack again.1' dungeons. N'otbine I can ever see in the iuture will wipe out the memory ol.that terrible, prison." GREAT RUSH FOR LAND IN NORTH A good nightlatch.means a good night's sleep. The most ingenious burglar respects thc.Yile Cylinder Night Latch No. 44. It defies picking or breaking. Yet to you it is the acme of con- venience. Yale Products sold in Canada arc now made in Canada. AA twl.'Wt I Canadian Yale Townc Limited ol YALE General Office jnd Works: St. Calharincs, Ont. YJe Lo FRENCH BURDEN GROWING HEAVY Paris, Feb. Temps poin'.B out that, the policy of liritish radi- cal pacifists has placed the burden of Mediterranean naval defence upon the fleets of France, and admits that in the opening days of the ne.U Euro- pean war all the naval forces ol Krat.cc in these waters will be util- ized in protecting Ihe transport of her troops from Airlca. British radi- cals will havu to ask themselves ther, in support of Mr. I.loyd-Oeorge, they arc going to rtne-w the errors committed in tr.s 1801-8 period, anrl nsist upon further naval reductions when, as It.e result of past efforts in this direction, Great Rrltain will in 1916 have only 50 por cent, superi- ority over Germany In the North Hca, and will have but four vessels In tlie Mediterranean. The question to te solved, the Temps concludes, is whether, with such means at her dis- posal, Great liriUIn can a lor- eign policy worthy of her past. Edmonton, Alia., Keb. era operating north of Kdmonton to the settlements beyond tho parallel of latitude, reuort that thou- ils of tons of (relgbt and supplies will be held up until river navigation opena, on account ot tho mild weather and the lack of snow. Hundreds o! men are on the way north and many more planning lo Blart -within tho neit 30 days. The breakup U ej- peeled -r March 10. Thousands of acres of homestead lands have, been taken during the (all.and winter and it Is nredlctcd there will bo more activity thn coming spring tlian In any previous year. The ranchers will devote, their ent-r- MAKE THE C, N. H. PAY Florden, Feb. se t'on was caused this morning when 11 vras learned Ibsl 0, K. Walnrighl J. p., thn school secretary .had seiz- ed five hot rars httonglng to the- C. N. li. lor scliool A Cure for Drunkenness Within the Reach oi All That Alcoholism Is a disease Is now recognized by Science. N'o man !n his sense" brings disgrace, and ruin On himself anil family through choice. Alcura Blops tho craving for drlnh, builds'up the system, steadies the nerves. It Is guaranteed lo cure or benefit or money refunded after a fftlr trial. Alcura No.-S. can bo glion jecrefcly bj any wife or motiier wanl- InE-to rettore a dear one (o lieallh anil Alcura N'o. 2. is the voluntary iretlraent. bo "tore only 11.00 per box. Ask for our free booklet Alcura. J. IHsinbolham ft C.o, Limited. I.elhbrldge, Alberta. Unreserved Auction Sale Of HORSES AND CATTLE ON Tuesday, March 3rd at 2 p. m. At J. Alrd't Feed Barn, Third Street South, Ltlhbrldge. 1 team Matched Orey G and 7 years old, rcnnda. 1 team Matched (Hack Mares, 6 and 7 years old, 2800 pounds. I team Black Mores, 4 and 5 years old. 2GOO pounds. 1 team Geldings, S and 7 yeara old, 3000 pounds. 1 team, 4 and oid, 2400 pounds. I team of Marea, and 5 years old, 2400 pounds. Chealnut Horss, S years old. 1000 pounds. I Kay (ieldlng, 5 yenrs eld, 1700 pounds. 1 Grey Oeldlns, B years pounds. 1 tirade Stallion, 8 years old, 1600 poiinds. 1 (leidlns, 7 yearn old, 1300 ncundn. 1 Standard Hred Marc, Hunuay Belle, 8 years old, bred to stan- dard breed hortc-. Time C .Mares, from 3 to S years old, all with foal, v.dglit about pounds. Marcs and Ocldlngs, from 2 to C years o'd. 6 lirood due to farrow April Int. 1 Po'and China Hoar, Z years 1 Shorthorn Durham Hull, rising 3 years old. 2 Hulls rising one? year old. 2 head Calved Cows. Harness and u-agnn. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE J. J, ;