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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta '..It Irs not the nieehanical pevfee--1 > lion of any one part of the Ford --it's the perfecfciorL.oi^..all its 'i'^�])arts working in perJ'eGt ..har-iri(niy-ihat: niakes it'tho,car o? iiniAersal and unprecedented demand. Better buy .vours today-thernsh ^x^l[ soon be on. / "Everybody is driviug a Fova"^more-than 200,000 in service. New prices-:�;ttjSh1�outJ875 -touring car S750-town car ?lvOM4-wlth ail eniiipment, f.o.b. Walkerrille. Out. : Get- par-TtcuJars from Glenlster and VtrtUe,;'12,'?2-3ni Avenue South.  " THE Lt:TH6feIPGE PAIIrY HERALPi ITfftlff Fiicla J, February 28,1933 Brussels, Belgium, Kfib. 38.-Ai^pre-hensioiis of a possible war between tbe great liiitopean powers aPPear to oxist among the members of the Bel^ gium cabinet and are also shared by the Icatlers of the opposition parties. 'I'lie latter have been taken inlo the confidence of the minister with the object of making Uw pending increasr es to the He gian anny non-partisan in character. . ' M. Hyniaus, leader of the Llherals in the house of representatives, -do-cUired today : "Belgium, in thf event of *the outbreak, of war, would become the battle-ground of Kurope. The country mwst do its utmost to prepare-for its defense." . .  .. ISONFAVORS NEW, PRESIDENT'S .POSITION VERY OPPOSITE- -TO -TAPT'S . ON. PAMAMA>.v;POLlCy ' Wa^Mngton, FeB. ,2S;^reftia�nt-el-; iact WUsottvhas Mafie* ImoWn^^^ n^m-: ocratic :Senat�? leaijefsiiriok';^ V'liig. conflA^ce/^that'be'faVor^^^^ pas-.Bag� of Sen'atoV\HootV a^ to , the -Panajna SanalCwTl.-'tb^r'epeal tbe. j)?PTlslon._ exempting^: Atnericaa coast-�wls� ships -from payiaent^Qf toil^, vjivl^ aie;.new pre- Ai.dent had made .ils position plain ';i!lately;'tOi8��v*ralD6!nocratlc senators. It iW-Mivthe^s s ii�^nktoj-tO,!Gorman, tif New York, who itjhaitiSean-raBarded asoinore or less of 'stijlrtjy opponent of the. Root aftend- uieut, and a obanipion of free passage of ships. . There is no likelihood of any action upon (he Root repeal amendment during ibe few remaining; days of the l>2nd Gongi-bSs; � It was recently tabled in the Sena.t�> Inter-oceauJc canals ^coiiimlttee, thus 'preventing the possibility-of it even being: brought before the Senates OU; a-minority report. II; is .exptecte'd to be /renewed at the next Congress,' probably during thr. extra session. ' "Exclamatory" Was Right �Mrsu Mason'* colored washerwoman, Martha; was' complaining of her Iius-band's health. "Why, Is he sick, Martha?" asked �Mrs:-Mason. � '�lie's ve'y po'ly, ma'arii, ve'y po'ly," anawered'the woman. "He'E got the ej^clamatory rheumatism." ''You mean inflammator.v, Jtartha." said .the''patron, ''S.volamatary means to cry out." '"YeB, ma'aWi" rfeplied Martha, with coniflction; "dat's what Itis. He hollers ;aU/thetline."-^udge: . � PEACE IN BALKANS AT D � London, .Feb. 28.-A;:proh:aunce4.belief prevails in ofOcial ciycleSjfhere that peace in the Balkans is imlnent-Ten'fik Pasha and Hakki .Pashft, ^*ep-resenting the , Ottoman govenuneat, paid successive visitSi'tO'.theectorls> placed here, all: meat shiptaehts' for B, C. points wlU' have to ^o.;to. Calgarr. first to be inspected. TIms story; arises out of a letter to the P. Bums Co., from the Domiuioh goT�rnment stating that the pure food law regarding meats shipped into B. C. will be enforced. This law requires that all meat must be inspected .by government inspectors, and stamped by them. .�:!������'...��.,�::�. � , . .iSevei^l / tliouaand dollars' worth of beat iJn, tk/e*iomi of mutton, pork and dressed iOattle:: are, shipped; from LetU-bi'idge e^'^ery week to Femie, Cran-brookahl other B.'C. points, and some of-the iadepenOent shippers will be rather h'ar'di hit if the law is enforced. The oonstrurctlon put upon the law is that li'i's stock: must be inspected either'ftt the time of "killing or, shortly after and if it passes inspection, the govermnent stamp must be put there-.on. ' � : It .is an open question whether meat irispebtor will have to be appoint ed Ivere; or'whether Dr. Gailivan, gov-ernmeixt., veterinary inspector will do the'worki !^t****?>> S� * * �*  * *> ? AN INHUMAN MOTHER ? ? Chicago, 111., Feb. 28.-Mrs.: Louisa Lindlott, who was con-: victed of the murder of her son to obtain insurance on his ? life, today was sentenced to v> twenty-five .years in the peni-� teatiary. >- Ruasell-Knight "28" Touring Model Ru8�el|.iKKIflht f'28" Roadster Model Ruasell-Knight Seven Passenger -F, O. B. West Toronto $3200 $350Q Russell-Knight "28" "Made ijijp to a Standard-^not down to a price" The man about to purchase a car may read this phrnso and wonder precisely what Is meant by it. Let us tell you, and in telling, see it we cannot offer some good auggestions.' ... There are probably half a dozen iirst-class cars whoso speciilcatlons and equipment read alike and , at. first sight look alike, and upon fho first demonstration perform oqually well. How,, then, is one to clioose a car? Well in the first place; all those apparently equal oars represent unequal � values. You couldn't select two of them selling tor the same price whifch cost approximately the same figure to manufacture. There are no two -o't thorn that are built from precisely the same ' grade of raw materials worlted up by men of'equal skill, nud-which, under tost; will lire up to ii given standard, equal period of time.- All this Is not.apparent and is rarely considered at, �the time of buying a car. But it Is important for YOU to remembor it. i ;; If la also important to know whether the .company manufactures its own parts or merely as-. sembles them. You don't want to have your car tied up for a month or so waiting for a part tc be'imported.. ��� It-is an actual;fact thatrRusseli-Knight oars, are the only cars that are doslgnedi and manufact-UMd in Canada;' It is also,a fact that no money is spared to make every part and feature of the Russell-Knight as.porfect'.as it is possible for human ingenuity and the most'riioderu'iirulc.htnery ,  to produce. . ^ ^ . We set a standard ior every unit.-and dei^)it4 !!:*'/ suit-of your judgment,'feeling assuretl that you must inevitabli''purchase;-�i'6ji.i usj^i. �i^'fij-'i-i** .-t^^^ A des.crlptive catalogue,will be m-ailed, or a demonstration -ivill be an-auged'Uj.ioiy.'reiqUes^fc^^ nearest branch or agent, ' � - ? ? ? ^ '> '> A , to about the matter, he said he had "ijadaed' the wheelbarrow, I'l for he would gather carry the stuff on his back m that way than 4%1 payior-a new,.3i^lieelbarrow. ior-a new,.yT^heelbarrow. , If WAS ONLY A MAKESHIFZ and he was not well satisfied There are many people using NATURAL CAS m ^ MAKESHIFT APPLIANCES, in Ranges made for Coal or Artificial G^, in lighting appliances not made for the purpose, m toaV and Wpod Furnaces, in coal-burning Steam Boilg^^^ These doiiyi^ftedappliances are only MAJ'the Sas';pf,J!!^a-DruiCo LM;atives;'::i.;ff,ii * i-26o,,a box at your drugglst"s.-t .,'nati*n/ii.oriuG ar� eHCMioALea;'-;,f:, � x-:, v-: v--:v-   'Williain Ware, of the Ware Adver-. tising agency, says he will be able to secure, suftfcent non-union bill posters to''flgllt the striker's; but.he fears that' the latter will offer' violence-'to', the non-nnion-men; while- at'Work,-, and-he has'asked-tor police protectibn. - John Price 'is president of a board of trade orsahi?*'1 at Port Stanley. ?^ji',3.^^L.l}C.:'iJL..^.l............iA,.......' ..V,......'i..^.'.L,.............,..t..... This English gown "Shows the pop. ularlty of oprudroy'lti "thl's season's schemes-the; klmppa ,Blseve'.bems In evidence, wine With.-rjed touches of oriental ombroidelry, in the jnodlfled.^ Robesiiierre oollat Is the''color. ?ph6pso..B (iaicMy Cures the ' Worst Backache MAKES .KIDNEY ' TROUBLES; 'BLADDER DISORDERS AND RHEUMATICiPAINS VANISH^ It, is no'-Ionger necessary, fot; any.-one-, to suffer with back-aching,-;lc,idney trouble, have dis-; agreeable ; bladder and urlnarj'^^ : disorders to' coiit'end with, or be i tortured .with rheupiatism,- stiff'; :Jalnts;;;and'^its hdart-^renohing-palns,, for � the new 'discovery,'-Gfoxoue, quickly,and.-surely rp-lloyes alii such troubles.,/ , .\. , Cro.Kone is the mp.^t .wonderful-,. B r.emcdy yet, devised for riddin'g � the syBtem of uric'acid arid driv-; ' Ing out all the poiHonbua impur-.v ',ltle ,-/hlch cause such troubles.; 'It is: entirely -dlfterent'from; all' �othor. remedies. It is- not ;llke;f anything else ever,used for the; -purpose. It acts on .: the pr'in-v 'CiTjJo ot cleanlni; out the poisons, and re'movliig the cause._. , .'-1(> soaks right in through-the; walls, raembrnnes . and - .linings^; like water in a- sponge, neutral-^ Izes, dissolves, and, makes the kidneys sitt out and-filter away; all the. uric acid and poisons from tiie blood, and leaves the' .UI(ine.vK and  urinary ;.organn. clean, atrons;. healthy, and well.; It .matters not how loijg you ;hsyie suffered, how,: old yoi^' are^ or what you have used, the very priiiclple ;' of CroxpEe.iis:f'such,' � 1^ ;practlcally;vimpoBSlble ,-?to''take it' into 'the - human'- sys-'; �,tfiift;.4Wittiout results. 'There Is ,-;jpt)x|ng:eise on. earth; Jik$;it.;;;it 'Starts, to wpi'k the, miputg yon ial