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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta P. O. BOX 22r-ance workers of the nation owe a vote of thanks to the Milwaukee lodge of Klks. Tho lodge hus adopt eil n resolution against tho treating habit within its elaborate eluh-rooms. Tho resolution follows: Itesolvrd, That from and after .Ian. 2, 11107, no membor of tho Milwaukee, lodge. No. 40, .11.P.O.K.. shall treat or accept a treat from any resident brother of said lodge In tho buffet of tho clubhouse of tho Mil* waukeo lodge. This rule will not apply to visiting Elks from other lodges. . It is belfevod that the movoment j auspiciously tnuugurntod. ^ Then fol- wlll becomo slutowirto among Elks cigarettes. property. 2. The Dominion parliuiunnt can A person under age can neither empower the local legislature to, in make a uill nor ui-t as an executor, any way, prohibit thu importation. An hut me person cannot make a inanufaeluru and sale of cigarettes, j will, tulos in a lucid interval be-Tho proposed bill would bo some- twi-oa nis itisaiie |H-riods. Soldiers on crshlp of Mrs"X"Waters. Dominion 'th'"S nlu�8 lho "��� �>' ''Scott Incilve service and sailors on thehigh Superintendent' of Anti-Narcotics, j Act." The principle of the "Scott ,eus were t�o prhilegod d �sses. this question officially to Act" is prohibition brought tho attention of the Dominion Government through the introduction of u resolution setting forth tho evils of the cigarette habit, boldly declaring "that the only remedy lay in Its total prohibition." This resolution was adopted by a vote of one hundred and three In its fuvor, to forty-olght against. Our workers were assured at tho time by some of the older members of the House, that seldom had a moral measure Impii so The act toeome They could make out u Into force upon proclamation by the uml the two witnesses Oovernor-(leneral-in-Council, over a heard the deceased's and a member of that organization who is an assemblyman if Wisconsin will introduce n bill at Madison next week, providing for a state law prohibiting tho trenting process defined nreu, when certain conditions have been compiled with, among others, a vote being taken of the doctors within the aron defined by the act, and the majority of the electors being in favor of the act coming into force. verlutl will who had instructions would lowed the introduction of our bill, which was frnmod to prohibit the importation, manufacture and sale of the cigarette, in tho Dominion. Dur -ing the two years, this measure was heft re the House, hope and four at-ternntrd in the hoarts of it*supporters. For a time tho bill seemed to ( I � riding on a "crest of tho wave," butthis was speedily toil >wod by bitter disappointment, for after it had passed its first rending SOMETHING PRACTICAL. Cleveland, Ohio, has adopted anew method of dealing with the drunkard uuccossfully Instead of sending him or her tojit was thrown out on "a technical -gaol, tho prisoner is placed on a ity," raised by tho Speaker of the farm owned by tho city and given a Houso. chanco to work. Tho work is real, | We hnvo received so many inquirios tho hours are long, and tho air is relative to this proposed bill that could file allldiivlts. which constitute n good v ill. Sometimes a man forgot some of his property in making out his will, so that it was always wise to add, "and tho rest and residue of my estate 1 bestow, etc." It was not wise to leave a will in a drawer or about the house. The safest method was to deposit it with tlie surrnj-iiln registrar of the county. I Wills were often attacked, but rare ly successfully. except in eases of 'fraud. Tho courts were always unx- ions to carry out the evident wish of , , the testator. Sometimes people left ! or over un hour on n recent Fr-� will rending. "If 1 die to-night their will-making till the approach of I wunt my I.tile niece TOTAL KVEVATOH CAPACITY A recent report issued from Ottawa shows lhe total capacity of licensed elevators and warehouses in the Man iloba grain ins|iectlon division, including all lho provinces west of tho t!re(lf Lakes, together with Ontario terminals on the CPU., C. N. U., Midland railway and the two west  em lines, the Tlrnnilon, Saskatchewan & Hudson Day railway, ami the Albert') ltnllvuy & Irrigation Company. The number of stations and the capacity of tlK- elevators and warehuioes is shown in the following luitfe: St oils Elors Make Your Will. .fudge Winchester (lives a Practical Talk on How to Make u VVi.l and Why to do it Now. to inherit all my estate." That was clear enough." said the pulse, "but the trouble arose be -cause the iimiii didn't die that night and fullil the conditions of his will The law in Canada looks ufter tho Man. Snsk. Alta. llrlt. Col. (180 4.V! Tl :i :ia 10 10 Ont. Terminals I � Total whs. Cup. 2O,ri02.2OO 12,UKU.r>00 2.785,500 .'120,000 :iil..MI7.20O 1H,(125,000 ."�, 222,200 mbcrc is Rosedale? Adjoining the Exhibition Grounds. Makes the first Payment on these lots . . . Balance on Easy Terms. Secure your* at once. Going Fntt. Garrett & Peterson Room 9, Oliver Block. death, from thu time of llezektuh, whom 1 siiluh exhorted to "put uis house in order," because he was 'about to die, right down to to-day. I He showed the ditTurcilccK between [the English and Cunadluu laws, und said that under our laws a will can j interests of girls better than tho En-|bo written by unyono, It can bo writ- js11*'1 'aw. Canada if a man dies ten in any language, eithor with pen .without having u will tho girls and 'or poncii; it cau bo printed or litho- hoys shuro alike. In England tho el-I graphed, so. long us it dourly express ;dost Ht>n frequently lakes all. od tho desiro of tho testator. There- Hlii honor said: "If you are called fore it whs important that the Ian-|upon to draw up a will, use common guage should be clear ami concise. ; English In your own usual way. see A will disposal jand should therefore always provide,'" sound mind, read it over to tho (for an executor or executors. Some - j testator, and in the presence of the times in tho excitement a porson-pwo witnesses ull three must sign tho might forgot this, and such an em-,will. inont lawyer as tho late Churius Dur- j "And for yourself, young man, see and forgot to provido for an execu-jthat you muke n will without deluy j tor in up his own will. | It is a proper thing to do. So mat A willmust also havo two witness-j1"1' now." little you hnvo to leave Jes und tho tostator and tho two wit- 'make a will, it will ensure that cun only provido for thu ', that the |>erson understands it. os-of properties after deuth, 'certain from the doctor that he is THE NEED FOH RESTING. Perhaps nowhere is the art of resting no little known ami practised as out here in the west, where everyone seems possessed with a feverish anxiety lo be dulliK Yet. surely, nowhere is there greater need of it The averuge western man does not know what rest means. He carries his business about with him wher -ever he goes; you find it the predominant note in his home; he curries it with hint into society; it appears to ding to him as tenaciously as the burden of his sin citing to tlie back of the Christian. That lie, his business und all with whom he conies in contact would benefit would be but learn to "rest," who can doubt? lho exuel form which his rest will take will vary with tlie man. With one a flower gurden may pro\lde thu blessed gift; with another a book may prove the means of getting it-way from everyday tasks, while for yet others music will open the gates to tlie soughl-lor lund. There are a hundred ways of getting there, and each must choosj his own. Tho important thing, after all, is to get thero.-liegina Loader. N OT IC OflANOEMEN IN SESSION. nessos must all be together when each signs. This is absolutely nocos -sary. and any dovlation destroys tho will. It was vital that the tostator what you leave will go to whom you vish it to go to without unnecessary bother and expense. "And don't forget the dear ones. The Provincial (Jrnnd Lodge of the Orange Order was in session last Friday and Saturday at Innisfail. those I An>ong other things (Irani! Master Franklin, Ford, Russell, Cadillac, Elmore, Durracq, Dayton, Marmon, Logan. This is tho lino of Automobiles now bandied by THE LETHBRIDGE MOTOR CAR [0. They n^reu to turn out any Car sold by tbcm In perfect running order nml demonstrate- to the purchaser the operation of saint* freo of charge. A commodious parage is to be creeled immediately on Wood Street {equipped with all modern conveniences for the repair, hutulliii"; and stoni|{o of earn, and will be under the able supervision of Mr. Howard Cast*. A full stock of Automobile parts and accessories will be kept on hand also Qasoline and Oil. Present office on Messrs. Howard Case & Co.'s premises. Cull and see us. THE Car Co., LIMITED. should be in a position to see tho{l*tivo something to your mother and witnesses sign, and even a blind man j'01'*' sisters, Homomher tho tonder must bo placed in such a position as ones," urged Judge Winchester, prov would enoblo him to see if ho had j ing once again that ho Iuib a good his sight, and thore have tho will |heart as well as a e�>od bond and a road over to him. Thus a blind man .well-balanced judgment. could make a good will; a 11'nd and j - " mute man could mako a good will; , Hod lioer is to have a new opera but a blind, deaf and mute man house. Crundeil of Culgury advocated the placing of their olllciiil paper. the Orange Sentinel in the home of every Protestant minister in Alberta. Thelirst division in the Suskutch -owan Jxigisluturo gave tho Scott government a majority of eight. The population of Vancouver is claimed to lie fll.OOO. Calgary requires its butchers pay 125 license to .do business. is lo t'.vNAHA FOHOIXG AHEAD EAST. Ottawa, Out.. March 15.- Thetrodo statement of the Dominion shows that the aggregate tradu for the 8 lie>nths ending with February " wus !?IHi,177,.,�78 or $5l.M>7.ul2 more than for the same time last year. There was an increase of over $os as chlm * noys in that town. � ,* 23 ;