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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta P. O. BOX 2-^. PHONE,T� YOU TO DO I "WE GUARANTEE ALL GOODS WE SELL. �Mr 39 W� carry tb� iargmt atock of �tovM and gcaniteware in Ijethbridga It in a pleaauro to show you goods evwi it you do not buy. We will gladly refund your monny for all ,gouds proving unfintiBfactory. Our .profits are positively the small jMt o( any place in town. Wit WITH US. The only exclusive Hardware store in Lethbridge. I 6 REMSON S 1. We-carry a stock o( repairs. a. We hav*,an expert to repair all machiuaa we soil. a. You get your car much quicker from Winnipeg than froin the States. 4. Our^expert will repair the ror.>ing along the lines of the '^cott LSuperintcndent of Anti-Narcotics, Act." Tlie principle of the brought, this question officially ijo Act' is prohibition. The. act tocome .They coulil inako out a verbal the attention of the Dominion Gov- Into force upon proclamation ,by the |und the lW(j wilncs�;es SOMCTHING PRACTICAL. Cleveland, Ohio, has adopted anew method of dealing with the drunkard ernntent through the introduction of a roB(>lution setting forth th^ evils of the'cigarette habit, boldly declaring "that the only rantedy lay in its >utal prohibition." This resolution was adopted by a vote of one hun-Idrndand three in its favor, to forty-eight against. Our workers were as-.i>urc4 ai the time by somo of the older members of the House, that sol-dnm.had a moral measure been so nu8|iieiously inaugurated. Then followed the. introduction of our hill, which was framed to prohibit the importation, manufacture and sale of the cigarottn in the Dominion. Dur -ing the two years.;,this measure was beforo the House, hope and fear alternated ill the hearts of it#suppor tors. Tor a time Lo riding on a "crest of the wave," bntthis was speedily foil iwed by bitter disappointment, for after it. had succcHsfull3' passed its first reading Uovcrnor-OciteraMn-Council, over a !h((ard dufined'-area, when certain conditions 'could have been complied with, among others, a vote IXMng taken of the electoral within the area defined by the aCt, and the majority  of the 'electors being in favor of the -act' coming into force. Make Your WiiL Judge Winchester Gives a Practical Talk on How to Make a Will and Why to do it Now. For over an hour on a recent Fri-the bill soethed to "'B^t M'^ Honor, Judge Win- Instead of sending him or her to , it was thrown out on "a technical -gaol, the prisoner is placed on a ity," raised by the Speaker of the /arm owned by the city and given a House. chance to vork. The work is real. ) We have received so many inquiries the hours are long, and the air is relative to this proposed bill that 'house in order." because Chester held the close attention of a largo audience of men at the Toronto y.M.C.A. whilst he spoke to them on the subject of "Wills and Descent.' He saiil that must men put ofT their will-making till the approach of death, from tlie time ot Hczckiah, jniy estate." whom Isuiah exhorted lo "put will who had the dcccnsed'h instructions flic ailldavits, which would constitute n good vill. Sometimes a man forgot some of his properly in making out his wilt, ^o that it was always wise to add, .''and the rest and residue of mj' estate I bestow, etc." It was not wise to leave a will in ^a drawer or about the house. .The j safest method wa8~~to deposit it with (the siiirogntc registrar of the coiin-'ty. Wills were often attacked, but rare 1 ly Kiiccossfnlly, eNCcpl in cases of Ifraud. 'J'he courts were always anx -; ious to carry out the evident wish of the testetur. Sometimes people left conditional wills. These wore difficult to deal with and should Ijo avoided if po.s.silj|e. His honor narrated a case which cnnus liefoie him of a man who was so charniod with his little niece that he sent for witnesses and drew up a will rending, "If I die to-night I want in.v l.ttle niece to inherit all A recent report issued from Ottawa shows the total capacity of licensed 'clevatoi-s and' warehou.ses in the Man itoba grain insiicction division, including all the provinces west of the Great'Lnices, together with Ontario terminals on the C.P.R., C. N. B., I Midland', railway and the two west -ern lines, the Brandon, Saskatchewan Hudson Qn.v railwa.v. and the Alberta Rnllv'a,y & Irrigatioh Company. The number of stations and the cnpucit>' of the elevators and warchou.ses is .sh'oH'n in the following tnbfe: Stons, Elors. .. 275 ft8� 32 ... Kil i.^a .. 4'.) T.I [Man. Sank. Attn. 10 10 Brit. Col. 2 3 Ont. Terminals \ 9 whs. Cap. 20,502.200 12,989,.500 2,78.'>,500 320,000 18,625,000 �J'otnl ........................ 5i'i,22'J,200 � �- J'HK NEED J''OR R'ESrjNl!. Adjoiiiiiif the Ezhli^itioB GrottAdi. Makes tli^e first Payment on these lots . . . Balance on Easy Terms. Scettre yourt at baec. Ooiaf Fatt. Garrett & Peterson Rooia 9. Oliver Block, nis f "That was clear enough," siiid the he was jiid{je, "but the trouble arose be -jabout to die, right down to to-duy, , cause tlie man didn't die that night He showed tlie dilTercnces between and fulfil the conditions of his will. jthe English and Canadian laws, and said that under our laws a will can lie written by anyone, it can be written in any language, cither with pen or pencil; it can be printed or lithographed, so. long as jt clearly express ed the desire of the testator. Thcrc-fom it WHS important that the'laii-guage should be clear and concise. A will Can only provide for the disposal of properties after death, and should ibcrcforc always provide for an executor or executors. Some times in the excitement a person-witnesBos all three must sign the might forgot this, and such an em Inont lawyer as the late Charles Dur-|and forgot to provide for an executor in draw.ng up his own will, A willmust also have two witnesses and the testator and the two wit-neMcs must all be together when each signs. This is absolutely necessary, and aiiy dariationr-destrojir the will. It WM vital that the testator should be in a position to see the witnesses sign, nnd oven a blind man must be placed in such a position as would enoblo him to see if he had his sight, and there have the will road over to him. Thus a blind man could make a good will; a Ll!nd and mute nian could make a good will; 'i'lic law in Canada looks after the interests of girls better than the English law. In Canada if a man dies without leaving a will the girls and boys shaio alike. In England the eldest son frequently takes all. Hin honor said: "If you are called upon to draw up a will, use common English in ,vour own usual way, see that the. person undorstonds it. ascertain from the doctor that he is in sound mind, read it over to the testator, and in the presence of the will. "And tor .vowself, 5'oung man, see that you make a will Without delay-It is a proper thing to do. No matter how little you have to leave, I make a will. It will ensure what you leave will go to , whom you v-isli. it to go to without ' unhecessury fcbther and expense. "And don't' forget the dear ones. I�avo Honietliing to your mother and your sisters. Hcniemhcr the tender ones," urgcif Judipre Winchester, prov ing once again that ho has a good heart as well as a good head and a well-balanced judgment. Perhaps nowhere is the art of rest ing so little known and practised uk out here in the west, where every one seems possessed with a feverish anxiety lo be doing. Yet, surely nowhere is there greater need ni i\ The average western man does not know what rest means. He curries his business about with him whcr over ho goes; you find it the predoin inant note in his home; he carries it with him into society, it appeurs to cling to him as tenaciously ns the burden of his sin clung to tlie buck of the Christian. That he, bis business and aU'with whom:'he coiiigs in contai^t would benefit would, be but learn to "rest," who can doubt'? The exact form which his rest will take will vary with the man. With one a flower garden.may proiide the blessed gift; with another u book may prove the means of getting a-woy from everyday tusks, while fur yet others music will open tlie gates ito the Bought-for land. There are a hundred ways of getting there, nnd each must choose his own. The iiu-'portant thing, after all, is to get there.-Reglna Lender. NOTICE Franklin, Ford, Russell; Cadl^; Elmore; Durraeq/ Daytonj Marmon, Ix>gah. This is the line of Aatomobtles now bandied by TBE LEf HBPGB MOM^^ 1^ They agrue to turn out any Car mU by them in perfect running order and demonstrate to the porchaser the operation of same free of charge. A couiinodiouB garage is to be erected immediately; on' Wood Street {equipped with all modern conveniences fbr the rupair, handling and storage of cars, and 'M'iil be under the able fiutx'rvision of Mr. Howuiti Case. A full stock of Automobile parts and aceessories will be kept on hand also Gasoline and Oil. Present ofGcc on Messrs. Howard Case & Co.'a pfemiiet; Gull nnd sec us. THE LIMITED. ORAVaEMEN TV .SES.SJO.V. The rrovincittl Urnnd Lodge ot the Orange Order wns in session last that Friday nnd Sat,ur2.')0,000 in the domestic exports, 'J'he principal increase in the exports for the eight months was in the turcRt products, which was ab-r out $7,000,000 more than for ,sanie tiiiie last swr. The Canadian Northern and/Qraad' .V; Irunk Pacific Railways aiw'llkely lo'V'k build a union station at Sa'akatonn Sosk. - ->,iMs^a'c�iiadiaif^ At its next meeting ,Cam'roij� "^'^ cll will pass u kvla^- " n the u.se of tin stove pipes'' 2 ;