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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914 THE LETHBR1DGB DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN To Men Earning From to Per Week You don't have much left after paying expenses, do If some misfortune, should deprive you of your income' for a few months you'd probably run behind temporarily. Now what about yc ir family? thej get along if your incqme should be permanently cut off by your Jeath? Don't you realize that you have at least of life to provide for them after you're gone? And, of course, you want the kind of assurance that's absolutely safe. And you want the "savings bank" kind under which you don't have to "die to win." Write for free information aboufr such an Imperial Life to suit your particular needs. Do ifc you may be uninsurablc, THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. Wilkk, DutrictMuager, Utibridge Copyright Itll NHLIUHLSOOU WIDEN Iff! SCOPE Fallowing out the general policy ot making the School of Agriculture ia.its influence than the class- room and reaching directly to the fatirier. to make his farm- ing system follow the more approved methods, comes tlife us- ioUncemcnt that ihe Clarcsholra School of Aguculture is in a position to supply cultures for thp inoculation Peas and -Red Clov- er to trip farmers of Uberta who; make application loi the saine These cari he secured m hollies, accompan-1 lied by full instructions to use, for the nominal sum ol 35c. pefbofc tie, should state when they intend to seed' in order that the culture may arrive in time. All.ap- plications should be sent in at once to Principal J, Stephen, School pi Agriculture, Clartehdlm; Alta. HELP YOURSELF! Fort -William, Out, -May bars .in all hotels in the city are 'without bartenders today, as a result of the decision of the local bartend- ers' union .that they would if their union was not recognized by the Hotelkeepers' aEKOflaMnn At a recent, meeting of this bodj% it was decided not to recognize the Bartend- ers' union, although they are agree- able to all other .'demands set forth in the bartenders' agreement. "Don't you "TWO be a good joke on mother! She didn't think we could reach so high when she put Kel- logg's on the top shelf, did she? But we fooled her this time! Course mother won't care, 'cause she lets' us have Kellogg's every time we want it, don't she? ,Says it's good for us and makes us grow like everything." I TAKING SURVIVOM OF THE GREAT SEALING DISASTER ASHORE Steamer, arriving at St. Anthony with and.dying e cf the greatest disasters in the history of the North brought ashore at St. Antlony Newfoundland where Dr, Greufell 's hospital Js located! for the Big Debate Scheduled to Start Next Week Always uniform in quality. lOc at all grocers Blue Ribbon HORSE MEAT INDUSTRY May was a comparatively quiet da> In the Commons. During the early part of he sitting good headway ms made ith government .bills and the less ontentious estimates of, the depart- ments of Agriculture ind Raibiajs eio .taken ui) and a number of items aeaed. It is consideration, f the N. R. proposals com nence early next-week. There ome to the House met resolution verc called, which Premier Borden. sked to Sir .Wilfrid Lam er -said lie desired'to'call 'attention o resolutions" aa stood on order paper. Theie had been, everal alterations in their text. Thej rat appeared in the votes and pro eedings of .Tuesday laet. Some o lese changes- were .grammatical thers were more or- less iuconst; uential in character. But the others had a significance. Sir Wilfrid said that all rolling stock and equipment and the.Brock vlllc and West Port and Manitoba system had been dropped from the list of so-called securities included in the projected merger since the first publication uf deal. Such, changes 'were evidently inspired. Upon whose authority and when were .these changes made? ask- ed the Liberal leader. Premier Harden.said.thej uere ap parentjy the result of a misunder- standing between himself and tbe.So- Hcitor-General, Hon. Arthur Mleghen. He called Mr. Mieghen's attention to the fact that there were .-several blanks in the original notice, and the evidently liad had the text revised ns a result. It was his idea, however, that the .aniend- ments would be made in the formal notice. Sir thought the House' should be supplied 'with .detailed and complete information. Trust "deeds now in existence, and to which refer- ence was made in the government's )roppsal should be laid on tbe table of the House. Complete and authentlr cated statements as to all outstanding or uncompleted contracts sliduld ho given. A definite statement. of ,the liabilities mentioned In the resolu tions should oe put in .P. in HIS DEATH WOULD CAUSE AN ELECTION. FEARED ON BOTH SIDES Toronto Out, Maj A' special cable from Belfast today says: "A 'despatch from Londonderry this' af- ternoon Uiat id Hogg, Lib- eral M.P.. for. Londonderry who in January of last. -year defeated Col. Pakenhanv Unionist, in a most excit- ing election is'criti- cillj fd and hie is not ex- pected The cmishUieaiA was form- ei ly Unionist and a bje-election" now uld be dreade? bv both parties for the bitterness fVwouId FIRST 'WARD WILL PRESENT THE PLAYLET.- "OUT OF- THE' BUOOD -RESERVE. ROUND fHAg BEEN INDEF'NITELV Macleod, ..Alta., .Way The :hlg round-up, which 'was to have been held this month on the" Blood Re serve, .has been postponed by break, of; dourine among tjie on' the reserve. As it is necessary to hill All the. horses known to be af- a rigid -quarantine has -been established, and no stallions, or mares ill UP nllonea (o leaie the reserve j ntil the malady effectively stalled. and BAKING POWDER Blub Ribbon Ton, Coffes Baking .Jelly Powders Purest and best When ,in .doubi'-UHc Ribbon Wo guarantee fleifoct iii our puro coou jnotiucts Premior Borden said, he'would ha glnd tq furnish copies of deeds, As this memor andum included contracts and other data, .he alluded to, he was not sure He promised to look into tho matter. Burins the consideration, of .the Department qt Agriculture's esti- Hon. Charles. Mareil asked if the. Minister's attention had been caPled to the horse, meat imlustiyJn Chambly county, Mr, Bui'rell replied, that the. depart, ment had appointed an Inspector to see that the meat not. diseased, but it not considered that horse meat- camo 'within the jurisdiction of thes departpient. The department dealt only with Inter-provinclal tradq, and this industry was confined to thp provluco of Quebec, Montreal boliig the oiily city where liorsb' flesh was consumed, at. present. Tolechronometor is that baa boon given a IIP w for meaeiirhig thp tlmo a telephone is In uso Corsets Becomes second nature to wo- men who know by experience, that it is not necessary t6 sacri- fice corset comfort the! dic- ta teg of fashion. Write us and we will send you a. daintily illustrated booklet new modcU. CROMPTON CORSET CO. Limited 78 York Street, TORONTO Raymond, May of the Fold" will be presented Saturday, 'May'2nd under the auspices oE the First Ward Sunday huliuul. The business' of the play is being managed by N. Skouson, who plays first comedy; the staging is nder the direction of Harold Gr-amhi rho also plays'-a leading role. Tins beaiitiftil couiie and pathetic "drama vas" written by Owen Davis, author of the Rosary. It is -like the latter in the way man misjudges wo- man. Out of ithe-Fold shows that those raised, without-.the. guidance a mother .are usually forced to tread a mote thorn) pathway than per sons ihe protection and ad M such a coupamui jiortunalely. Helene.-Gray belongs to i the former clasi and as a result sho falls a to decclung -n-iles of a social serpent Her father turns her from his door, and she seeks com- Tort in-a western village. Here Hc- Icne meets Crane thp oung schoolmastor, falls in- love with her! But eyen here slie is molested by one liiiowing of her sin. She is, however, 'befriended by some of the ivlllagors, and especially by Nolan and' Long-Jim. Jim deep sympathy abeep: that'-are out of the fold astray. He also feels the injustice o -iti'judging man for "like "mistakes. "Yes, that's it she's a woman, tfut I notice thai when man.sins it's sqon forgotten But let'that poor" little woman make a mistake _ whole world turns jury to find her Edmonton, naturalized Americans, representing 27. now living in Edmonton and other parts central and northern Alberta, were among the caliors at the American consulate 'here to ascertain if a call had been made for volunteers to participate in tile "Mexican hostfr ities. AyiUis....Jfang. and Calvin J, Round, formerly, Worth, Tex. rave been prospecting Wabisca Lake district, ..walked a be in readiness. 'There is absolutely no doubt as to the eagerness of hundreds of men in tills district .to go to the said Gcorgo.S. Jfontgomorjv the American cousul In 'Edmonton, today. "Many of them are laborers, who have been iu lumber camps They apoKc about lie of the 5 n depend sajfnfe they ffght ttgAinfit as tho Mex- i r callers con las'- fen days aid and i 'ow it theiir in business Mr also ivas Interviewed bj and British subjects eager io go to the'1 the r President WUaon offices a men In walks niso 'retired officer? and Jew of the British arinj for di'patches fiora WnsihlngtoD scene of cnifhot the Mfcxloui la'easily the chief of convorBallon In hotpla, rostauranta rliibfe ttorkstiopa, offices and stoics AUCTION SALE At the Lethbridge Exchange on- TUESDAY NEXT, MAY 5th Af'2.80 o'clock. FRANK G. WADDINGTON is favored with instructions to sell by Public Auction as above, tin assemblage of high class HOUSEHOLD FURNITORE (removed from the residence of-0. it. Young- Ksq., and from Other sources, for convenience of including: Superior Buffet and Dining Tnble (Early English quar- ter sawn Oak Extending Dining Table; Mission Oak Book Case; Quarter Cut Oak Hall Hat and Umbrella stand; Mission Oak Mor- ris Chair upholstered In solid" leather; Set Mission Dlnins Chairs: Solid Oak Gent's'Chiffonier; Solid Oak Dressers and Stands; Solid. Oak Pedestal; Mission Oak Tables; Mahogany Parlor'Suite of 4 pieces ir, rad leather, In excellent condition; Brass Beds, Sprint" and Alattredses, and a quantity of useful sundries. A PROMPT ATTENDANCE. BESPECf FULLY TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. SEEDING TIME Do you invested in The 'British Canadian1 Trust .Company will.OHOWfa Jumdred fold or to the sum at in the space of< 14 1-3 years? HARD WORK Or you can invest your savings, be tbey..imall B% -or 10% with, absolute security and THE DIVIDENDS The British Canadian Trust Company A Progreiiive Hpme Company CONY8EARE BLOCK 'LETHBRIDCE, KITCHEN ECONOMY OIK burner, or low fiarm at Jew fire ot a tot one. No coal toot at wEta C3K2XDiiK Cook- belter cooking at oool clnn kitchen. In 3 and 4 Burner BUS, cabinet top, drop towel etc. Alto sew atove with RreleM Cooking Oven. At dnlun iwnl ayta. A THE IMPERIAL OIL CO, Lofted Plate For All STORE FRONTS AUTO Glass boor All sizes up to 130" x 106" carried in Western Supply and EqanMDeft Cft. Box 298 Lethbridf. PboM 1044 The British Canadian Trust Co. HEAD-OFFICE CONYBEAHE Blocs I LETHBRIDOE, GEO. W. ROBINSON, MANAGER ;