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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1914 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN THE EULL-FLOATING PEAR AXLE Equipped Throughout with Timken Bearings Completely Equipped Electrically Started and Lighted The Axle Carries The Shaft Only Turns the Wheels The Studebaker FOUR is the only car in the world at with a full floating rear equipped even to the hubs with Timken bearings. This is of vital importance because ordinary axles push downward on the shaft or. journal; absolutely frictionless bearings cannot change that.condition; In oiir Full Axle the shaft turns freely in a steel'hdusing, carrying the last ounce of power directly ta tin The wheels, in just as freely at tha the'iiousing, because they run on Timien bearings. Be clear upon this vital fact: Upon the efficiency of .-your axle depends the efficiency of your motor. isn't so much a question of: as it is of power transmission. F. O. B. Wnlkerville. Ont. FOUR TourinB Car SIX'TuiirinirCar 51975 SIX Landaii-K6adsterf2350 jilX Sedan hat-is why, by scientific engineering, we have straightened and cleared the way for the flow of power from motor to wheels. That is why we have given the question of perfect of lubrication the care their tremendous-im- portance warrants. That, is why lye carry our laboratory tests and our accuracy of measurements to a degree heretofore unknown in any but the best shop practice. Our sole aim is to maximum maximum of power to and through the rear axle. The Studebaker FOUR attains this result as it has never been attained in the past. You appreciate this result to the full when you learn that it Is the only "Four" at with full Timken equipment even to the hubs. Send for the Stitdtbaker Proof Book. No. ISC Studebaker Corporation of Canada, Limited, Walkerville, Ont Sold by the Lethbridge Auto Co., Leihbridge Buy It Because It's a Studebaker Tlie more you know stout a tiling, tho more, you enjoy it. It is easy to understand the Pord, the simplest .car made. The. full enjoyment of running a car is obtained bj'-.tlie 'owner- ship of a Ford, Six Jiundrerl dollars is the price the Ford runabout; the touring car is'six .fifty; the car nine o; b. with equipment Get and. particulars from VIRTUE BROS. 1232 3rd Avenue Lethbridge C.P.R, BETTER SPECIAL IN FARMING SASKATCHEWAN Tho Better Farming Sp'ecial; which will'be run by the Canadian Pacific Hallway hi co-operation with the. Sas- katchewan College of Agriculture, will, it is expected, start1 on '.Tune la, or withia a few days of that date. It has been arranged that the special fjvi'JI cover the line as far as Shaimavon, while" it is possible that it may go twenty-six miles further west to Katend.. It will travel ou the main Hue west of Moose Jaw, and will cover the Expanse, Ejs- press and Vanguard branches. In all ninety meetings will be held, inc'iud- .jing such places as Strasburg, Lanigau, CoIIinsay, .Tins special; train will bo the first of its kind to tour this part of the Dominion for.tho Sold feral! first and clubs Seven .Sentence Sermons TEK ARE mm m Recent Ruling in Ottawa Strikes Blow at Alberta's School System Edriiontbnj 'May The recent in- structions sent out from the dcpart- ment-df. tlio Interior at- Ottawa visiiig homesteaders Uiat it is not nectary to pay taxes imposed by muriicipal, and school authorities likely, to .have a serious effect on the new-, settlers in A Iberia, for if taxes arc .-not' paid, the formation oi new districts will become an im- possibility Tlie. department of education will not "Sanction the formation of school districts and the creating of liabili- ties there is not sufficient warrant for so. doing, and certainly the creat- ing 'oTi debenture liability will nui u tolerated, if there is not suf- ficient JnpneyJ to when due. said -that homesteads who meet obligations the bachelors on ake only an aca tleinic. interest in schools are eagerly taking, advantage of the advice sent -.'and alreatlv there trouble over, the payment of taxes and has to be resorted t a very, unpleasant task to the author- ities." H' has been the" glorv of Al- berta that; .new settlers have asked for schools before roads or bridges, iind .if this latest blow at the from Ottawa; "holds, the newer, set1 tier1 coming- in are eomg to ence real hardship in getting the means of education for their children It will he. a: serious matter for Alber- ts, where in ,the past feu schools have been organized at the rate of one. a day Hon. J, R. Boyle, minister of edu- interviewed, said he did hot want to mix the school work with party politics hut he certainly deep- ly regretted the. attitude of the Ot- tawa authorities and the results are liteh to be far reaching Lnless there was a guarantee oi sulhcient rexenue it would inadvisable to organize schools. The minister said that in Alberta (here had been V ho attempt to 'tax- other than the homesteader's actual interest :in the land. ONE OF THE MOST PECULIAR 'ADVERTISEMENTS1' ON RECORD Coudersport; 'Pa., dispatch says: The current issue of the Coudersport Enterprise -had the most novel paid advertisement ever seen in northern Pennsylvania. It was three columns wide and 12 inches long and set forth tho following: 'APPLICATION FOR March Term, 1914. "In Re Petition of G. I. Lovegold for License to Steal Horses. 'Hon. John Fairmind, jfutge of court of quarter sessions of Almostany comity, stifle of Pennsylvania. "I hereby make application for a .pecial license (o steal horses. I am purpose of providing education in pay liberally for l-lie privt- riculturc, and.the Saskatchewan I am emboldened to make this eminent lias given Canada the lead j application by reason of "other special in every instance in giving to the j privileges petitioned (or ,abont this farmers in the outlying districts fac- iltes for nccnmulatng knowledge in farming and agriculture. time of year by other citizens of good moral character.' The business for .which 'they arc asking license pro- Simple duty hath no place ._ They- arc- as s'iok that surfeit with too .milch as they that 'starve with Knowledge is the hill which few may hope to climb: duty its thp path that all may Morris. Character is higher than Emerson. Re not deceived: God is not mock- ed; Tor whatsoever a man soweth that shall ho also There is always Time da the Will of God If you do'tlio Will of pod All the time. If were our on-' inionsj 'because thos'6 opinions might' be shonlii lo'avo'.all our In- terests! unenrod all bur dut- ies S, .Mill. London, May government supporters have received an urgent "to attend the Commons on Monday. Their presence is "especially requested in review oi what has hap- pened and the uncertainty of futun proceedings." Friday i.s a day for private hills in the but in view of yester- day's scenes it was anticipated that some announcement would be made today before the ordinary business began. It was even suggested that Speaker LowOier might announce his j retirement. However, when the j Speaker tooli the chair the ordinary business was at once proceeded with. The, present intention is that the the community than tlm business oE sel' ling intoxicating liquors, either at wholesale of3'retail. '1. -I pledge .myself not to take away the senses of any man rior rob his purse; '2. I' obligate myself not to cause men to their wives, damn their children into the world, commit mur- der or. raise hell in the community. I- oiily want to steal their horses. "3, Aud if man has a soul, which 051 men consent to, I promise to do nothing to destroy this germ of im- mortality, but leave it to its own moral course. I only want to, steal horses. T, prqin- ;se that if the license is granted I will not steal horses on Sunday, nor on election day; nor on legal holidays, nor after 10 o'clock at night. I also solemnly promise not to steal colts, nor horses thai, have no sense, or old aroken-down pugs. 5. Your honor will see the license I pray for harm to the community- than a license -to sell ntoxicating liquors. OE may damage the property of a few veil-- to-do people, but their, bodies, their minds, their reputations and charac- .er, I am ab'ove impairing. I only want .o steal their horses. "6. I would further enforce my ap- ilication by reminding; the court that you can't run the county without the :cense that If I don't steal horses, somebody else will; that 'all attempts to prohibit horse stealing will only re- in -snenks and liars'; that 'I am- a liberal contributor to the political and that 'I con- trol more votes than most of the other applicants for license.' "1 also call the attention of your judlcal mind to the number and (es- pecially) character oE those subsrSb- ing to my petition, "Trusting you will grant my peti- tion; and this I shall ever pray, etc, "G. I. LOVEGOLD. "Bondsmen, -Winaland Syne Dctii' Trust company. "Attorney Firm of N. O. Scruples fc Moore Longgrcen. '.'We, the undersigned certify to tiie good moral character of theTapplicant. G-. I. Lovegold, and believe him to be a man fit to be .intrusted -with a. license to steal 'horses, and pvay the court to graiit the license." Eaton B." Merry, 0. Grab :Box, Crewo L. Dndiu- sky, (X Ills mark) Barr T. Ender.W. .N.i Useless, At.-Ways' Treatiu, Kant Evan Rite, Michael Cliirillovani, A. Ward Healer. .Tost'wn Glass, Nick SynRivinkopraK, (X his Red- nows Toper, Wood B. Cbrystiun, A, Boozer. MAN WHO ATTEMPTED TO MURDER SIR LIONEL PHILLIPS GETS 15 YEARS Johannesburg, South Africa, May -a.-7-Johii Mlsuuin, has been on trial .here on a charge of attempting Sir Lionel Phillips by shoot- ing: him on December'lt last, lias been sentenced to fifteen .years1 hard.-Iabon The Three Blues for Spring Rich Blue Serge in 2 and button styles. Blue Worsted in pin Stripes and novelty effects. Blue Flannel Suite, plain and with stripes. up. 967 McKelvie McGuire- POLISHES Black, Tan and White THE F. R DALUEY Co, LTD. BUFFALO. N.Y. HAMILTON. ONT POLISHES ;