Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE r.rrrilBRIDOE DAILY IIKB A DEVICE You i-aii'l buy gold dollars at Ford cnrS fit special where. We've never made enough cars to satisfy, the de- regular deceived. -FonV prices-uro wonderfully low but utely. net. Hire5? "the KiMbont J675; Tourios Car ti30; Town n a b. .WplkervHIe, Out.. Oat particular.- frora W. R. VIRTUE tJJZ-Jrd touth, Invention- Tested at Which Impressed Those who Saw it AUCTION SALE .AT'LETHBfllOOE SALE BARN TUESDAY, JULY 22nd GOODS AT.THEtR. OWN PBICE._ :j. 1 Plow bc.m for: by a adjustrarRt. is able to in about minutes' time, tfce in ditloa to jtopued whw 1'iUois secured in all toe Hudson has working oa this invention lot over three years and is satisfied that tke device- will do all that is claim- ed (or it be the means of savins very lives. j Old.Times Recall the Early Days Calgjrf. uly A os( Iront eating teal was made in lht Canadian 'aciflc jards at Ofiden ol an autoraa- ic train slop device invented by A: K. Hudson, oi Calgary, inspector lor lie 'lloiMliiVon. railway commisEion, and if all- that is. claimed tor tkiB ntw deviw be successful ly complishtd, a new- era in ra..---. matters is at hand, and s visible di- minution ol accidents and fatalities will be notiwalile in the" very near future vihen the device is pvit in op- eration.- Super iutendeni a Witness. The test ul vestcrday was mado In the. presence ol General Superintend- ent D. 0. Coleruan, Vasler Mechanic Whitcley, Division Kagineer Alexan- der and SviperinttndenS Wtishrod, all oi the C.P.R.; Dr. Dlow, M.P.P.; T. 1 aud their own mounts were tired oal, and feeilns safe from all pursuit, they unfolded their ilia, spread (belr blan- kets and laid out for 'a nishCs slum- ber, leaving a night watch lo guard Uie- horses and give signal of auy aflproach by the enemy. But the Crows hail discovered their IOIB beaded by (plenty of scalps) a partv of five duj tfy warrlora sUrled. out lor more scalps. the recovery of their stocV: The whites wore alto up In 'arms. They organized a posse o' four.'wd headed ilralghl north. Afle a ten-, houn' ride they fell In with the Crows, and with a common grier ariee, united 'lV capture or kill Ihei onernlee. V. Alt that day .they rode, ieeping a most due.north, and darknes 2 ..n. I CorrT Bfcarea and'CulUvalora, hand Clevises 1 Buwy Patent; Bag Holders '4 CombWtion Hay Racks Wagon i ia In TTalMnE Gang piow. Boxlnis and L 3 Pa'twi't Belt Drills, etc. 1 H foTgr'aWcleaner mjn. O> f- itiio'Ao- ReVa'ln NEW, Drill'larid'. Farm V '-MOST'.BE -J- WOR'K'HORSES AND COLTS Y _.. ..TERMS CASH .......J. A. SMITH. A'.T.T CNrf. JI. at the railway :_ eral- an" eiprticscd tteir mos overtook them were still In th riding, that running walk o The World's Most Reliable Medium-Priced Car Invention'as being iblc to'do all liat Is it. In fact, so satisfied, is Mr.'-C'plemiu with the- work >es- ttrdar'ithat he has recommended that i the device be taieu to ih'eie tested out before the beads'of the' C.I'.K.-The yester- day, was-placed on G.P.I1. locomotive No. to which was, attached eight coaclies and' the" device had the eitect of entire trainjn a very of a switch be- ing.open 'other source of .'dan- er ia "wilnout any'dangerous "of Invenlioin .TJie- of is that the device, a. rail can be set so tbat it will, by. com- inj in'contact' wllh an'. apBliaace side n .-IVi'l. i :airle' whicb peems t taat'every ounce of hla endur- .1 goint.tb be tested. The party of.ilie.rode and at of.le.roe n of rfaiiii, the Blood's camp wu sensed ;by 'the Indians, who Im- mediately demounted to make medi- cine previous the fight which was 16 decided to make their trfedicW out'-, of' Blood and proceeded on to' the Basin. A heavy fall" of B now- j, had .-driven .the ISIopcis lollhe, siwHer'of a. bluff of rock. Studebaker V20" FvJl Nickel Trimming Complete Without Ertra Cktffe to. _ powerful, internil and exlettil, i instinct, the night wrawier bad wn'Kd'the presence ol so'when the ranchers ap; proached, thejlndianE were Mtdj; and andl'twb. white men, Aiues and Tall, before thdr'co'iri- paSiIonykBer'-wiat'had "'Having finlilKid the elaborate cere- the the two re- and they IIAYMONW V Raj .July the 'i.a.r i.1 to retreat to -i-.if insc'l'f on trV fi.f I-'I'M I. .1 of "roci, behind.-which "IJ-.'.i i'i .i.n ,.n.- Two oi YOU WAN I I I- clan cMMflfera-carried.- ,T> I o r' fro book fo'rV'a'ik'ift Any; ,e l.i1 EI. F. iMi ii pr. i ar la; r a '4- ii i .I'.iJJ ic '.11 ft Ki ever u> crop. condlUous'artJ The'inveution- oi Mr. Hudson .'.cop-, sists of a-'device-lliarwill.positively stop'a.lreisht train'. or passenger' .te i" :hs f r: r.: ff mi i. l :.f 11 v >ei a f the train- the train lake ,f rail (i-.IP lb> .._ been repbrUd "tvr Ray that "the .siampwitt in ..Salt. ihe. a'.fake, and McCaft> when 11 f. '.Knlglsi put vice'put'the control Tlf -'ail tirely.lnfne bands .i m-.i, nalman (hese 'men "are .able, to stop th'at is pw'sing. their i f i ce can be i__iu >'i i f'ore. reaching shelter Jim and'Ms companion -in dis irett held.out.against the corahIrkTc orisianght ahd whites al that "object of the" chase' and rounding1 up t.hr pursuers headed for tnei '''-'As a the chaie, one of tho slain. Bloods to one'of the nor liken back ,to'toe Yellpwatpp; rivir, an attempt was mad the corpse It wai found't to tbe saddleVjt being the" whole Snake a ad his -fellow'-, rustle crawled'out .of their'-ramparts'earl the JollowiBg morning', footed', riortb. 'ta..the 79 Horse Bi Coufee.Vhers they' appropriated fres headed; nort r. Mr'.Hud- "i _ !_ -JJMIn.. v tile I' 1 "ea'ch ai'a guarantee tie'public, of jsoa claims that-.in .additloa .to... li-ii ii.jR1: V.... I i "'iv he 'I-. __i._ L__ Ta'u toe i i horse power. designed. flex- -i ible for all speeds, 4 to 50 miles per hour i. nvgn. the vacuum feed principle.. iIjnitionr-Dual system, dry cells and Splildorf ;_: mag'nelo. Clntcn-intemal, direct cjnich', action without "shock to ,r j ,i -i 'i '-Uiij' tMMnr near stlec- rr-jgneto. .three oil laropi, 3'' tempered, semi-elliptic hoot, full 4-j 'liplic rear. worm and wonn-whtel improrcd, simple, effective, and convenient inches.. A J at- i as i'. '.I': aJ-ra 1 '.V c .f'.TH 't y NSX PeCTE.D -'MOM INT ].H. .'a' 'C. R'. out, hut.suo- tt uniiujjuir.pMm.... Mr. Ind wera siting: in' r sday." Msiwrs'! and. Para at R, B. slUn'f'.frlen45 in Riymoad Cilice .i niece of Ihe lo- agent, lo her noBM hi .and rhefr'.three 'cllWrea, In that Tlrrw no longer the need ithained of Mfcbifti MMfcbifti ruirieiil Itcovered Jinots, Simply, n. .ounce, of Simply, ounce, oi -juble "Irenpti-Jfrqin Hlginbolh Cm t apply a .111 tie o t- at'iiigjit'" morning and -to LhouM trea-th't wort to ditappea, It II mldbm. that Ln oViwe It t.6 co'mpleiely PI-..; i I. I ia .1. tiia'n this .e block' system two trainY inj iLcs. Any -closer the :..device.''and wealward, and crowed, the MUk Hire tafning'the reseo'e the', (ollowin nigtitr hungry, Urad.VlBoot ail mlnui ''their own pet..naddle .hortes, thi i'aai They wooW.hive'stolen, and -y'f. ''Later, on'In l.he saraejyear another party ol' headed by (Tbe Reliability Quunpion of dte You' CTU ATED By a wish to show the ability of the Studebaker "20" Studebaker Corporation began': in. 'July .and- continued' througKoufthe year theAyidest campaign of competitipn on record.in the annals 6f motordom in America. resuit .was the installation of .'the Studebaker "20'' as'.the- tie-'yrar..; .f--: .During this campaigh this canvas Entered iij'all the big.endiir-; ahce .ruiis. of. the season: one .of these .contests. l: exception carried away either .class honors; which finish SvitK perfect road scpresv: Hwtoryof ImporUat Cooterti -X "Liitle won "20'' cars finished with perfect'- sec6ii.ct.iind .thipl ui, its class and -was one of j, J '''1" snptoring frrt. arranged 3 DAY LIQUOR CURE 'BO Thitttnt11 Avf W. Ma-. LOOKING... Tflironlo) R. -'at Ikal yrgv LVJl'a Ike r Alter is HEADACHE Sidt Jira'Snaie, tho Orovtnti ''Indians, who were a tribe ielonging .Slou'i.'V Ihe parly followed the JillU Hlvef-frojn the 're- south to the Ororanlz' domain where''they, again succeeded" ret- ting ai'ay.wlth 'orfeV. to deceiv-e. the Orovanti faced the withweat wind and made-a Wlf Sweel Orau -hillv or "Three anhe six perfect scores, win- ning first and seconri in its class. "San. 'Angeles Reliability brou'ght-.in the only, -pfVfect road .score, winning.with ease. to' Reliability supplies .of any n-. ul tLe' controls.-' The also pwformetl con-J (Spicuously hill, climbs' of this'yea'r- it'.'was Minneapgli.s.f' fat, Wioiitofsi or a "oc" powoVn" o n it An tenipof 4em.' .TW .nly. w'fy. 'pt rid CTWtty., b w cm M'B niwil H rH. or n. lo cfctrtcfer, fcw1. cape' from 'death was' n'wrt.tojiapoi put Jim Snake escaped in the' dark- through tic wpicdfd In (he hip. 'Aftor tkm.dayi fraveU'on and St.'