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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Fi-ulay, April 11, 1013 THE LETHBBIDG13 DAILY YOUR NEW HOUSE Should be equipped with a gas beittev for hot water, hot air, or steum heating. For test pui-poBeB, we installed a No. 9. Pittsburg Hot Water Heater in our shop on the corner of Eleventh Avenue uml Tenth Street West on December 14th. This shop is built of brick, not plastered. It is 45 ft. by 95 ft., with bnsement and two storeys. There are 35 large windows, 5 double doors, besides other exposures. Ths storey arc kept st a temperature of 65 decrees to 70 degrees, the upper storey at 55 degrees to 60 degrees. The hot water heater is 52 inches high and 16 inches in diameter. Two men can pick it up and carry it. It has heated the building most effectively during the coldest weather. The consumption of gas from 14th December lo February 28th, as shown by the meter, has been 000 cubic feet, the total cost for tho 76 days at 30c per 1000 cubic feet being ?96.90 or 51.30 per day. This heater is made in various sizes suitable for heating from dwelling; to a large block. Its cost is reasonable, its operation most simple. AVith a Thermostat to regulate the supply of Gas and maintain a fixed heating can be reduced to n minimum. If you are willing to give it some attention, you don't need a Thermostat. There will be hundreds of them installed in new houses this year, as they are cheap and economical. Put one in your new house Natural Gas Company LETHBRIDGE Spokane had an Apple Day Which was Somewhat of a Hummer Spokane, April apples sold on Saturday, April 5, Spo- kane's first "apple day" was an un- qualified eucceufl, and iho co-opera- tion of g'rowor and, consumer ia as. Hured henceforth. The most spectacular f of the PRICES: Rumll-Knlght "28" Touring Modil Rnaditor Modol S3200 PRICES: Russell-Knight Sevan Passenger- F.O.B. West Toronto Mr. C. Y. Knight personally directed the develop- ment of the engine in the Russell-Knight "28" >r this reason alone the engine represents the most pei-IVcl type oi Kmglil ill. The signifieniice of tills lo Hie prospective owner lies in the fuel that issell practice'will be standard practice in perfeeliiiK the c For this built. I'eel type of Knight motor that has yet been for some years, at least, rs that incorporate the It is fitting, moreover, Hull such a wonderful engine should luive been incorporated dian cur. For this great engineering triumph received its first recognition from thu RIFLE SHOOTING SWISS PEOPLE'S FAVORITE SPORT April shooting is to the Bffise people IB AmerlctDi, tuolr national sport. .The Swiss ere tho rlfto shots of Europe, and K there-'is any truth In the old adage that practice makes per- foot, that ought, for yesr they expended thirty million tall cart- rldgos on private rllta This Is Quite aside from the praallce con- ducted by tile government )n connec- tion -with the. army manoeuvres. Tho growing popularity of rlfto shooting by the citizens oi Switier- .land is iliown-by. the fact that ten. years ago only fourteen million cart- ridges were expended for .perfection In this art. Today thera li not a boy over sixteen old wl'o cannot handle a Bilitsrj- accuracy, and many women are, good shots. During the last ten yean the gjrlsi teams liave victorious In evory International event titayiliaYe entered, and much interest here; to the showing they wilt make in the coming lAttrnatlonal .rifle, shooting competition jn Stites, It is the ambition of nearly every Swiss to become a first-class shot, and he will cheerfully.'. mend; money for cartridges to attain his ohjeot The national love for shooting is en cduraged.'ahd helped in.every way toy the military authorities. HIGHLANDER'S REGULARS Playtrs Frank Named as Permanent Flxturei Manager Frank Ctmnce, ot the-New York Americans, .has deslded on hlB Innsld for the eomlni! season. Tho men -picked lor .regular berths Chance, Hrst -base; Darrldt, shortstop: Chase, second; liiirtzell, thlTd base. Derrick's great improvement In both and .AeljUajr solved the shbrtatop which bad been giving Manager Chonoo consld- erablo worry. Tho former Athlotio has bean fielding In .excellent form nnd hitting the bill hard. Cree and Wolter are sure of two of ilia outflelil positions, while. It is probable that Daniels and Lelivett will, alternate in the other. EVERS CUB TRAINER COtVIE TO BLOWS day was tho gale at various street corners a? carload of Wenatchee ap. pies, half tho proceeds ot wl'l go to Ohio Hood stifterers. At one stand 55 boxes wore sold in 50 min- utes, toeing at the rate of moro than one per minute. BpoKana consumers rallied nobly to the call Issued by Governor Ernest Lister, Mayor William J. Hlndlcy and the Spokane Chamber of TrttfClc regulations were suspended for the day by traction companies, npd hundreds of householders aari'iod of apples home with them op the street cars. Apple day "was .ushered In with an apple battle In tlio, business district. Headed by a buglers' corns from the Fourteenth infantry at Fort George Wright, six automobile trucks chug- ged through crowds. Each truck waa loaded with GO boxes of apples, and manned with a crew of hall play- ers who tossed apples at eagerly wait- ing thousands; Several -black eyes nt'a carried by portions so intent on catch- Ing apple? that they got in the course of other apples not intended for them. Every restaurant in tho city fea- tured tie apple on Us menu in a doz- en and one different ways of serving, as did a number of dining curs pasi Ing through .the state. The chief purposes of the unique late were to taring producer and con- sumer closer together, and to pop- Ulorlzit the apple n'mong tha people of ibis seetloii.of Uta country, whore apple growing 18 one of tho Important Industries. 'The results ate than satis- Nelson W. Durham, Russell practice Kuight Engine, in the best Canadian c world's lending Automobile mimuiiielwers. Tn this, our 1918 cur, we know that we are offering to the prospective buyer a ear Hint lor etlicieucy and comfort is without peer in the Dominion, or for that matter anywhere else. the features (hut insure perfect comfort tire A REAL BASEBALL "BUG" William M. died in Brooklyn was one of tho leading baseball authorities in the United States Hanliln, who was bO years old, was long editor of the New York Clipper He of the pioneer baseball -writers of the coun- try, and was a recognized authority on the national game. He bad a- lit- erary baseball collection, which, was said, to be the best in the country, HIa collection included a hoy score ot every game played in tlte National and American Leagues. King George s KINO GEORGE NAVY PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF I It surpasses all others in quality and Savour because the process by which it is made differs from is deli- ciously aweet and non-irritating. SOLD EVERYWHERE: lOc A PLOd ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufasturers, QUEBEC Engine. Runsell Klectrlc Starter. Ldft Drive and Centre Control. Combined Klectrlc Dynamo :uul for starting engine, lighting liunpt; and chftrglnt; battery. I-llectrio ilcud LampH, Side Lamps, Tail Lamps. Combined nntl Clock .with Electric LlBht attached. System for Mm Tuuiicmi. Nomilild Tires, 3G x inches. Power Tire Pump. Demountable Rlins with one spare rim. Folding Glass Windshield for Front Seat. Folding CIlaHS Windshield for Kear Scat, KxteiiBioii Top witli Side Curtains. TOD Envelope. Foot Ucnt. Kobe Rail. Tire Klectrlc Horn, under Urn boimet. The Russell is undoubtedly the bon-lon of Canadian'cars. Toronto Canadian Conner (V Descriptive Catalogue will be mailed, or a-demonstration arranged on request Russel Motor Car Company, Limited Calgary ,Alla. Head Office and Factory West Toronto Branches at Toronto, Hamil- ton, Montreal, Wlnnlpefl. Cal- gary, Vancouver, Melbourne, Australia. INTERIOR OF THE BRITISH HOUSE OF COMMONS chairman ot the atiplo clay brigade, "and I believe the event will be made -''an annual feature In the state of VAUDEVILLE IS NOT VOTE CORRESPONDENT HAS SOME- THING TO SAY ABOUT CAMPAIGN MEETINGS KclHor Herald; Senimcns Resents Language Used by Manao'r and Replied With One to Jaw.' Chicago, April dissen- sion .between Manager John Evcra members of the Chicago National pie Baseball Club, a head vlth the relurn of tho toam liore yes- erddy, attor a seven weeks' training rip, when Trainer _Bert Semmqris resented Us resignation in tfce form if a blow to the manager's jaw. Tho Ight occurred Just as tho train was Hilling into this city. Tlin Journal declares this afternoon he training trip lias not been as bar- ioniou3 as had been reported, Bv- .-s, the Journal learns from persons vho took the trip, lias not been able o control Ills temper and there have een numerous minor The tew manager is said to have-been; other sharp in his criticisms and engaged in feuds with newsnaier cor- 'esponaents, as well as with members if his squaii. While there were no open outbreaks, resentment was od- ious and Semmena brought the af- air to a crisis today. The fight started when Evers asltea Semmens It he theiteam r_ _____ o report foi practice this 'opposition party have no definite The trainer replied that he gave nstructlorcs when instructed to dp.sp by the manager At this Evers lost his temper and is said to nave applied tail language to the trainer, The atter replied with his fist and Elvers fell over into a seat The players ended tha :fray anS prevented further damage. He admitted using tile lan- guage to which Semmcns objected, jut said he .did not. mean it the way the trainer took it. Semmens left the squad at the sta- tion. He said Manager Tinker want- ed Sim" at added that he would sign a contract to train the Cincinnati team. Would you be so kind as to allpw me a little space In your val- uable vade mecum to express myself In regard .to. the political situation of bur province at ths present uie i may (ay that I attendea every Bieetlng that' has been held in Jjetli- in a public, way durlnj tha present campnlgB, and whilst listen- ing to the "ohinooks" blon-ing and the of tns Conservatlte it struck pie forcibly that objeqt in view should the happen on the 17th of April. They are merely agitating; a change of gov- WHITE SOX AS BASESTEAl ERS Manager Callahan Instils Spirit Daring Jnto His Team Managei- Jimmy Ciillahan, the White Sox, in-teudd to make a base running team out of .the White Sox, After a month of active- work on'.the coast it looks as if he has accomplish; ed his Uurpose Tho Sox may not be as fast on'tho'bases this season as the Boston Red Sox or the New York Giants, hut they are bound to sbpw a imprpvement over last. year. The reason in that CallaSan has lirjf- ed theni ou day after day in every exhibition game played against the Pacific Coast League toams Theie has been a tendency on White "Soi: teams to play toe game'-too safe, It was with the. idea, of getting away t-foin that condition that adopted thu darms style of play in the exhibition gomes-, and he had diffi- culty .In gtitting some of his men to break the habit of clinging to the bases on Hair Health If you me our treatment, we wW either itop your hair from fulling or pay fof the treatment Pandrqff 13 A contagious (Kfleaw cailfled by a microbe, which If not caueea tftldnww. This often cones from oomb or befoagfQg to iicbipg.tcajp, fsllihg hidr.'or baldnessj we believe that Ktpdl "93" Hair Touio will do mpre UifJi tutyihuw tp remove th1? drtnoiuff, tha gBrm, make the Bcatp heutby and felling aoti, if Hiwc ii aiiy life left m the rootj, atuo prorooto gtowth of new hair. "Wp believe probably 65 per flcnb of the of baldncH could be overcome people would only Uao Rexall "93" Tonic for ft reasouBbla time, as directeci- doji't want you to tako our Trord for this. We want yoii to test the :jneriis oF RexBll- If93" Hair Toiiic at our nsk. Ij you use it and it does oot give asiis'flctjon, come back to ua ind toll UB, and we will iiniflcdlateiy hand back to the moucy you paid for it. You promuo nothing, Efkn nothing and your mere will be tojcea it. We ata depondcQt uppa your con- fidence and pAtrpaoiio, we would not mstft these claims, oir 1'oa can buy Kwall Hair Tonid in thia at pur fctorfe; D. HIQIN80THAM CO. U Had city i Great Brit jficmedj tot n Hcxail Store ia nenily every tonn in tlio gtatda, Canbda nod itain There is caSormrt Hfexoll arh every o designed -f Kcanuncndixl. Qttlfcut i model In In U. S. House of tuot "and nothing more, JC the opposition'had some- tiing to offer the people of Alberta, c-me well orgaulzed routine of sound ogislauon, thea it appears to me the lectors might He influenced by them, jut they have nothing to offer, notn- ng whatever. The meeting la the Majestic Wad- .esday night opened In the usual Con- servative way. TUe first tuin was igtlme by O B. Fleming ina sensible electors of .1 glorious heritage like ouis could possibly be influenced by such msan- ty passes my comprehension. Just magine, Mr. Bditoi-, the men who gineered and staged tha meeting, (which was a in evary sense of :h8 governing the vast natural resources and provincial rights of Sunny Alberta. .aiter Fleming and Cooper 'compelled to sing the last Terse as the'News repoilt., although It neglects to state who was lespon- slble for ,the compulsion, the chail man presented the candidate for in the alive in- terests, Doc. Stewart, who proved his inability for public speaking by hav- to quit both for want of breath and for something to say. "With al the facilities in ptif- glorious Dominion ot modern education. I think it a burn- ing shame that stiph people as Mioh- ener and his gang, posing as leaders of men, should be so devoid, of the of intelligent spoech. I niu- tiat a school of elcou- ibuld cojwfcrion with the Conservative Association of the province, apd that should D9 compelled to take a, course before c-unpalgnlng Of course Mr. Bennett can talk and did, but then he had to be imported, and deported -from Ottawa for tbo campaign, as tho opposition hail no men who vere capAble of delivering a speech I think that the icsults of the meeting last bo sum- med uf m tiie following extracts from he Morning News: "There -WHB an absence that noise and ;'Thei'Q was wild, -wlipoplag or inything of a rowdy "When It (glc) 'The applause which greeted Benuett .HT3 CLOSKD was loud and sppntaneous." In LuiiUusion allow rae to congrat- ulate you on the free gratis adyertis- ng you are receiving at every meet- .iig and f'roni every opposition Ep'aak- er. It must warm ;the eocklfli of your editorial heart. I am. Yours sincerely, YENS SANA. EIGHT TRirvITGRANTS Toronto, April hundred immigrants reached Toronto ft- ternoon from the old land, 200 ed in Toronto 'wMle the other >ixi: hundred were in A latter of Good Tziste! FINE OLD: PORT AND SHERRY Well matured, beautiful flavorr-the very life of Ihe Phone 1734 and Order a Bottle. The LethkUge Wine and Spirit House BEGIN BLOCK, T-JFTH" STREET" Lethbridse, ;