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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKDAY. DKCE.MliEK 20, 1913 LE'niBUlDCIE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN- THE CANADIAN BANK 'CANADIANS OF COMMERCE fO SALT LAKE CITY S1K EUMUNU ALEXANDER Mvugtr JOHN Ass'l Ccae V. C. BROWN, .Suptriulrndrot of Crnlrgl WcUcra Brancho CAPITAL PAID DP. ME FUND, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Hunk of Commerce enable ihe traveller to proviJe himself funds without delay at each point of his journey in a convenient yet itiexpeiisivc manner. They arc issued pjyablt; in every country in the world in Jenqrmnations of with the exact equivalent in the moneys of ihe principal countries stated pti the face of each chique. 'I'lioy arc abioluielv idttilifyioj; and easily negotiated. 3 A Journey Replete With Exciting a Gulch by the Help of a Construction Crania-Praise for the National Highway To to unit tlirec la a Ihe highway Is BJacddaicucU and com- wuutitam fog, through which you iJ.etcd as lar as Crecton, with the O.K- eould see only a lew feet !u .from of, several portions, -.vhtch [you, i-airyiijy a lantuni iu one hand, have.yet the final grave] 'while ill connect i eats -of Mr. XethercpU's the prairie with .the-coast, tb'rqugti j company haTtrig southern So far.I town. exception of several punctures and toward the etid ot the trip a. few blow-" outs, the -only misrhans were three hrokeu springs. Gasoline Vas" obtainefi without illfflcuHy at f'. prices ranging from 1S. cents to as high as 50 cents. Ncthercytt's car is a Rus- sell'thirty.- The trip was taken Tartly for partly In the latec- FAHMERS W.ILL CONTROL 100 ELEyATORS IN 1914 Caljsry. Dec. 60 elevat- ors which: tho Rjrmers; Cooperative tompany hullt'Uili eeasoa are .'work- ing laid Jlr. B. Freara, of the Grain Grain yesterday. are ploased tlie.'system. "I'confldeally expect to1 see k mi terlal Mhe.rtlevalor; torn ol the Co-Operalire coaipany n season, and as cure Iliat Ihe will be ,lir control of fully 100 ele- vators, by. the end of next year." irilish ;Pr'ess Criticises" 'Aclloh Taken by ihe Cabinet Regard-. ing v- THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMltED After exercise, o bottle''of "ALBERTA'S No mr-ttcV how hr.rd you have played, no. and hot you .may be, a boltle- of "Albcrlrl's. prove a of lost, rTHE LETKERIDGL BREWING HALTING COMPANY, Limited SL Paul, Deo.JLS.-J. J. Hill, .1 r J.- railwar, ic f tliat ie has permanently from and will not consider 'Wilson's offer to become W a' iVatloc at Re- serve Board to Ije .created as soon as (he Currency passes.- T n THE BEST FQRjfouR, GUEST The warmth of your welcome may be judged by the quality of the refresh- ment you offer. The keen appreciation of your guest when you offer the very best of its adds a pleasant note to the social amenities. IF THE CHOICE IS WHISKY ROYAL RESERVE will please the most critical taste. It is' matured in wood for'eightyears before bottling, as attested by Government Certificate with each bottle. Its purity and maturity-also make Royal Reserve a most valuable ad- junct to. the home emergency cabinet for. use in'case of sickness.. ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON, CANADA PENCILS. SPREAD 1 DEADLY IDESEASE Suffield, Conn., Dec- pen- cils, distributed aud collected every Oay in tile lower grades" of tlie Bridge Etreet" grammar scTitwl, arc held re- Eponslble for airepidemlc of dlplfaeria among tlie pupils. Dr. E. Ca'd- welV town's iicalth lias ordered, thp pencils nnd for- de Ibo continuance of the custom. Fifteen of the-forty: pupils' in 'two rooms hive tlie cases heiog dangerous.. Caldwell found that nearly all the chlldreu.put" pencils in_thelr mouths, tims fur-" hlag good carriers for the Dee. British press senerally; expresses, lie cabinet's an. ofttc'lal British pavilion at tbe. am a The UnTonist Kvening Standard' iya: "Tho question of- not havo stood in itie- way of, assiBllng" n the celebration of .the of great commercial enterprlEp by a friendly power." TJiB Wcstininster Gazeltc''sa.3rs: "We shoultl ic sorry for the Unit- ed States (o Hunk the attitude of Groat Brirain Is significant ol morei than the simple fa'ct that manufactur- ers have not been; attracted by the The coininllfpo has.been prff- Ins British pat in'the exposi- tion W'HV organize a pa rl lament ap' coramlKce. to place tbe matter tefore tbe House of Cotmnnns'wlici] it metis. VILLAGE CLERK DROfS DEAD Port .fiiantey, Onii Deft. lajl-cveiMng to Jnmes tlerk ol. the" r25 VLADJAMUR STEFANSSON, lead 6j the Arctof Canfidlnri r.-tiich hns Vilf I ,tf 1th 'n'tilUf (iclay f Vi No. 14 KNIGHT make the Russell completely comfortable was our aim.: That we have succeeded is shown by the widespread adoption of many features which we pioneered a, year ago. clever, exclusive arrangement, we utilize the heat of gases to warm the tonneauv The value of this feature in our severe Canadian winter is apparent. "r was at tbe rugby match at a prominent OTmer o.f a nusscll Sti. "Hlivas a bitter day.' My friends could not ECC how we were able io sit In comTort labour open car, while.they found It unoearnbly cold In their limousine. I et- plVir.od the Kussell Ifeallog hy running the engine sionly the car moat comforlatly warm tbe whole afleraoon." too, is a wonderful help, in pro' tecting the tonneau occupants from dust and biting winds. It is'.an original Rtissell widely copied. NotMiig Ief9 than coraplcta comforl, as embodied In tho nussell-Kfllgbt cbould satisfy. Hussell merely pleased, but volunlarily written ihess Wfnnipec, Nor. 18, 1B13. KutMli -Motor Co., LU. 34S Donald City. It may be of to to know that I wllli Durctatd froin your Uitf trrf: P hop9' l.ive a. second oar- eC next year! _ :i .Oai cnnr.ot Bay 'too .much 'of tto' ccnifori of yoir It IIR" co superior, is a'riry- 'smooth cax and rlJIag. :I dcslrcto iny follnt of tl.a puallty-oJ the Rustell-ICnls-tXar and bespeak for you continued Yo-re truly, (HAME ON RECUEJT) fine letters. Russell Motor Car Co., Limited -5 CAtGARY, ALBERTA HEAD OFFICE AND FACTORY .V West Toronto. BRANCHES AT i" Toronto Montreal Vancouver Hamilton XViQUipeg' Melbourne v- "Made up io a Standard, not down lo a price" Ca'leanr. 25, 1913. Csr Co.. Ltd. i'l Slrccl %et, -iMili 'reference lo ttia Russell 'itoiJel "2S" piirdiiaed from-Fou I liave drlvcri tlio cai rtotil three tiousnmi mllo, durtnf tha .lime I hivo haii It I [article of In BDT etfcfrifr ilirter it e-thxr- Tel, never Bivinj (ulleit mu once it 1 tiure to H Is twit lu (rnlsti rldbc QtfvUtieft Are atlfnfretl In IL In KJ prlnfon the car ta beltet ttto ottiir sold al prlci. (NAME ON REQUEST) ;