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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Apiil 26,1013 THE LETHBIMDGE DAILY HEKALD Page 5 Ahead" Tudhol,e"4-36'l Electric Lights Tudhope Measure IDE in a Tudliope Car and you will wonder at Tudhope prices. You expect to pay more for the riding-eastejthe liberal body iproportions, the fine finish, the, smooth silent power, and the easy control of this massive car. The Tudhope "4-36" is the sort of car you want -the body hung low, the tonneau roomy, the seats wide and deep w:ith high backs; Gray & Davis Electric Lighting, long-stroke motor, cast en bloc; full-elliptic rear springs and shock absorbers, SPARETIRE and demountable rims. At"$l,625 this car is unusual value. It is Tudhope Measure. Made from the raw materials in Canada, it saves'the 35% duty. Imported it would cost fully $500 more. Any Tudhope dealer will arrange to demonstrate to you the extra value we build into these cara. Catalogue vn\\ be sent on request. The TUDHOPE MOTOR CO., Limited Orillia Canada 550 , TUDHOPE "4-36" 115-inch, wheel base, 34 x 4 tires, complete equipment, including Gray fic Davit FJectric Lighting, Speietf-ometer and extra tire. 5 Passenger Touring Body and �2 Pasaenger Torpedo Koadstor, $1,6 2S f.o.b. Orillia. TUDHOPE "6-48" Hai Gray & Davis Electric Lighting and Electric Cranking. Extra deep tonneau cuihioni. Floating-type rear axle, extra heavy front axle  with Timken tapered Bearings. Full-eiliplic underslung rear springs. 127-inch wheel-base -36 X 4X Force-fiwd gasoline tank and Pumpover Lubrication. Complete equipment, including Speedometer and extitt tiire. 7 Passenger Torpedo Tour-^. ing Body $2,S00, f.o.b.' OriUii. . mTTT^TT/A-DT' "J. 1{V' WAY BE EQUIPPED WITH GRAY & DAVIS ELECTRIC TUDHOPE 4:-db STARTER,FOR.$175.00 EXTRA, TUDHOPE, ANDERSON CO., LIMITED REGINA, SASKATOON, CALGARY, LETHBRIDGE, SWIFT CURRENT. TO AMALGAMATE C.N.R. LINES Ottawa, April 25.-An application will be made on behalf of the C. N. R. aild the nonthern branch lines ot the company to the �board of railway com-iniBsions on June 2, for a recommend-ittion to the Governor-General-ln-Coun-cll for the sanction of an agreement flmalgamating these companies. I STOPPED MY CATARRH OVER^ NIGHT 1 Will Gladly Tell ton How-FKEE Heals 24 Hours It Is 11 new wiy. It Is aomethlne abso-lutly diftei'ent. No lotions, sprays ,or Kickly smelllns salvos or creams. No ato-Jiilzers or any ap-pmatus ot " any Idnd. NothinB to smoka or inlialo. No steaming or rubbing or Injections. No oloctrjo-Ity or vibratloii or rnasaaffc. No pow- acfiiiisition by the Minister of Railways, 'subject to the authority of the (Jovenior-in-Council," In whole or in part of any railway, rail'way bridge, station terminal,, ferry or other railway work, and providing for It becoming a part of the government railway system. The members of the Opposiition criticized the sweeping nature ot the resolution, Hon. George P. Graham contending that It would leave the minister free to lease the Canadian Northern Railroad througli to Vancouver, or to start building a railway anywhere it liked. He thought it robbed Parliament entirely of the control of "expenditure. Premier Borden said that there had been very many cases where contracts had. been drawn up, and an or-der-in-councll Ipassed before they were brought to Parliament to be rait-ified. The Grand Trunk Paoitic contract was an example of this. Noth-. Ing ot this character was valid until it had been submitted and approved by Parliament. The bill would not appropriato any public money, and the rights of parliament wore properly safeguarded. ?Hon. Rodolph Lemieux urged that the railways in the Gaspe Peninsula should be linked up with iiho Intercolonial Railway,, as was the original intention of Sir Carles Tupper in the early '80's. William German, of Welland, struck off on an entirely new track by declaring, that he was absolutely and positively opposed to the government acquiring any new railwa.v lines, or keeping -those they now owned. He thaught- the best thing that could be done with the Inite'j;coionial was to get rid of it at the earliest possible moment, and on the best possible terras. He had heard the C. N. R. was after it, iaut he did not, know how much truth there was in It. Hon. Frank Cochrane: "I have never heard. of It." , Mr. German said that in his opinion it 'would not be many years before the whole people of Canada would be opposed to ithe government luickly �top� coutrhs, cures eolds. and bealn the throat, and lunits. :: ascents. My catarrh was filthy and loathsome. Jt made me 111. It dulled my mind. It undermined my health nnd wasweakcn-Ing. my wlU. The hawking, coughing, spitting made me .obnoxious to all, and niy foul breath and .disgusting hnlblta inaOp even my loved ones avoid' me wecretly. My doUght livjlfe whs dulled �jid my fiieuUlos Impalrect. I knew that In time It would bring me to an untimely grave because every mbnient of .the dn.v unij night U waa slowly yet surely snpplng my vitality. , nut I found a cure and I am ready Jlisk Just One Cent .Rend, no mon�'. Just your, name and address on a postal card. Say: . "Dear Bam Katr., T'lease tell, me how you curort your catarrh and how 1 can euro mine.'' That's all ypii need to say. I will understand and !� win write to you with romplBtn information. FREE at once. Do not dBhiy,;,Send the postal card or write me a'letter today. Don't think of turn-lnil amendments to hasten the iblU along, thus to guard against fllli>usterlHE. ' : ' The original estimate of fifty liours^ debate, made by the House leaders, Vi-lU be �out down' considerably, two^ days having passed without night sessions. Long sessions we're planned for today and ton^orrow. However, Representative J. Hampton Moore, for the Republicans, and Representative Mitchell Palmer, ifbr the Democrats, wei'e; leaders In the -dehate today, lleprosentatlve Moore Introduced  a novelty for the first time In the history of Congress, so far as known. A speech of the tariff was delivered by the reading of the question from the Speaker's (rostrum, and delivery of replies from the floor. ; .  Mr. Moore's speech was a "tariff primer," following the lines of Plato's �republlq. He sent to the desk a set of questions, which the clerk propounded to him, and Mr. Moore, in his ana'\Yers ran the gamut of tariff legislation and tariff dogma. "When was the first tariff act passed?" asked the clerk, . ' "The first act passed was a tariff act." replied Mb. Moore.' "It was ap-!proved by,.President Wa'shlngton on yjuly, 4, 1789, and'was regarded as an Anaerican declaration .of commercial independence." y; �,-. . �� , Andrew Carnofilfe' has .ibeen Unvltet! to open the new CJliniogie llb'rary kt  lamllton, " ' , Your Most Important Document The most Important document a nian makes is his will. It's a duty-and a pfivllege-r-that no man should neglect, or even delay. Make your will, and name this company Your Execiitor. write) for particulars The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Comipa'hy, Limied Public Administrator and Official Assignee, for the Judicial District .'u -of-' � LETHBRIDGE, .MACLE.^D, CALGARY, WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue Wsst, Calgary, H. A. Howard, Manager GHIC Own Your OwnHome Be Iridepe^ident We are loaning money from Coast to Coast in Canada to our contract holders BUY OR BUILD HOMES PAY OFF MORTGAGES IMPROVE REAL ESTATE At O/ Per 'o Annum Investigate the C, H. I. C. contract plan tday. It will pay you.-It means becoming your own landlora'� -THE- Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd. , Home Office, Pacific- Building, V�ncouver,B,,C. .'' Lethbrldge Oftico-207,; Sherlock Bullying if- lomCE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL NINE Cheque Raising You are the man the cheque raiser robs. Protect your hank account with a- TODD PROTECTOGRAPH Used by nine-tenths of the comhiercial banks and one hundred thousand merchants. �Built for and guaranteed to last a business lifetime. Correspondence invited. Protectograph Agency 422-6th Avenue East, Calgary. Sole Agents for Alberta owning any railways, and he believed th^t the Intercolonial Railway would eventually be handed over to some company that would take It on rea-sonabie terms. Every minister ot railways since he had been in the House had tried to figure out a surplus for the Intercolonial. They figured it out In words and figures, but that was all; for the railway had been a losing game for Canada ever since it was started. In conclusion, he expressed the opinion once again that the government might better get rtd ot the Intercolonial, insitead of buying branch lines to add to it. The bill providing for the amendment of the Quebec Harbor Commissioners' bill was put through committee, and given third "reading, and the bill ito provide for further advances to the Quebec harbor conimission-ors v,'as given a second reading. It wHl be discussed in the committee stage. Utilise Our Services WE ACT AS EXECaTOR AND TRUSTEE UNDER WILLS, LIQUIDATORS,. ASSIGNEE, RECEIVER, GUARDIAN OF INFANTS, AND COMMITTEE OF LUNATICS, ETC., ETC. We undertake financial agencies of all kinds, superintend investments and collect dividends, interest and agreement payments. GIVE YOUR BUSINESS TO A LOCAL ENTERPRISE. The British Canadian Trusts Company Conybeare Block, Lethbrldge, Alberta. C. F. P. Conybeare, Esq.;. K.C., D.C.L. J,. S. Haxton, President. Manager and Sec'y An Obvious Solution After Cave Johnson had served hia long and brliiitsnf career in congress and had retired 'to 'the quiet of pn-vate life, he once stepped into the office of his nephew, Robert .Johnson, then a young lawyer ot much proi.tj-ise, and finding-th^ young .man en- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O, LL.D., D.Cr.,, President ALEXANDER tAlRD JOHN AIRD General Manasei' Assistant: Geoeml Maenga* CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000 TOURISTS A^ TRAVELLERS The Canadian Bank of Commerce, by reason of its larg-e number of branches In every Province of Canada, with direct representation in London, Eng., New York, Ban Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Ore., Mexico and St. John's Nfld., with Agents- and Correspondents in every part of the world, is able to offer unsurpassed facilities to the travelling public, enabling them to obtain money in the simplest way at any point on their journey the world over. The Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued by this Bank overcome the annoying difficulties of obtaining funds abroad, eapecially In places where identification is difficult. Cheques and Drafts on all the countries oi the world, drawn in sterling francs, marks, lire,- loronon, etc. can be cashed or purchased at reasonable rates. &� Lethbride Branch - - C G. K. Notirse. Mgr. gaged in writing with a gold pen had occasion to remark upon the e.xtrava-gance of the rising generation. "Why is it," said he, "that every young man now has his gold pen, while those of my day were content to use their goose quills?" "I suppose," replied Robert, In the moat innocent mannw possible, "It Is because there were more geese when you were a young man."-^Kansas City Star. 55 You are making your living in Lethbrldge Are you buying your clothes in Lethbrldge The Original Scotland Woolen Mills Co. Limited 404 5th Street South MADE-TO-ORDER SUIT OR OVERCOAT We ask yx)u to remember we are tlie original SiGbtlancI Woolen Mills Go,, Limited. Td^ us goes the credit^^ 6^^^^^ introducing the $20, No More, No Less, made-tororder Suit or Overcoat in Lethbridge, We stand today in the original position, the only Tailors dealing direct with our Mills and making clbthes to your order from solid all wool material in exclusive patterns. 4' 404 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Western Branches - Calgary, Regina, Edmonton, Saskatopn, te|K ,'t.iiM?'. ..........L..JkMl ;