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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR MA1.KKK, C O, LL.I) D C L. Pn.ld.ut ALEXANDER I.AIRO jrJHS VIRD General Minin'r Oner.1 THE LETHBRTlVcE DAILYjTEBA.tD 1913 ELLISMERE CAPITAL, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS Canidi.n of Commerce, by re.son of iis number of in Province of Canada, with direct representation in London, Ens New York. San Francisco, Seattle. Portland. Ore.. Mexico and Si. John's Nnd.. withAg.nB and Correspondents in every pan of the world, it able to offer unsurpassed facilities to the traveilinj public, enabling them to obtain money in tho simplest way at anv noint on Iheir journey the world.pver. The Travellers' Cheques and Liters of Credit issued by tms Bank overcome the annoying difficulties of obtaining funds abroad, especially in places where identification is difficult. Cheques and Drafts on all the countries of the world, drawn in francs mirks, lire, kronen, etc., can be cashed or purchased reasonable ratw. s c' U. Hoagiin iiini A. Fortune. Desman mid Fortune. For the players were Quick- bonner, Thlel, Torgoson, Miller, ,laek- Hnrby, Flynn. Douglass, and Boyle. Battery, Stan. Hoylo and Long. Hougen, who umpired the second game, deservise special mention. T r r V Mr food, cake and ice Tisc LeuiDriage tsrancn c. G. K. Nourse. Msr. lmions The ___ ________' I meeting is ni.iu'e hon: Blllsmere, July and .Mrs. Bakken and baby, and Mrs. Hatalden have gone to spend a friends in N'oi'th Dakota via Montana. Mrs. Parks and'grandchildren spent Saturday afternoon with sirs Robll- lard. J.. Parks was In Tnber for a couple of days last week. The Willing Workers met at Mrs.I. Warner, July C. Adams, louuds this week and .enjoyed a who has been: our tinner, :-otcam fitter pleasant afternoon, ten members be- and furnace man for six months, left ing present. .Mrs. Pound adjourned last week for Hutte. Monti the meeting with a dainty lunch in- Several of our iowusfolk took in the eluding chicken sandwiches, angel I Orangemen's demonstration at Pill food, cake and ice col-1 Cher Creek on the 12th. and report The Car Ahead" iv RVPI? if CajiHal, ouise de IK Glaciere...CUrs, .T.. Hurst Mile. Suzanne de Runville Iher cousln) Mrs McBrayne Mathilda (sister of .Louise) .Mrs. F. Griffith Ille. Zenobee (sister of Brlse- gr> in for Y. M. C. A. work. Mr. and Thos. Duncan tnnd I family were visiting friends in town this week. BURMLS monche) -Madame -Dupont Pauline Mrs. Douglass (housekeeper) Mrs. Reason .Mrs. Groves Burmis, July and .Mrs. L. C Stevens were, week-end visitors to i Taber. Mr. and Mis. A. Ford gave a whist party this week to a number of friends. Mr. Thos. Sloan is contemplating I akrag a trip to his old home in Scot- and some time .this month. Mr. and .Mrs.-P. Kahan and family eft town this week and have gone o Maple Leaf to reside. T. Weaver, .r Oakley and T. .Oak-, i of Coal Creek, have taken up their) esidence in Diirmis, and are working n the new hotel.'' Mr. K Disney of Coleninn was a I business visitor to Burmis this week.. Mr. Allan Ford left town this week and has gone to take up a mining That gum-mice is our usiurahce to the Tudhope owner tint we have li'nttl the utmost in hi, car. It says that exper- ienced men have witched every piece of miteriil, it passed through each process'of milling, Jrmdmg, and pol shinj until, our miniifiCI'iiriii( deportment, it was ready to be us- lerabled into the Tudhope Chassis. Visitors to the Tudhope fsctory are surprised to see we .manufacture our own motor- Boring the heavy motor castings is a most im- portant operition and one we feel we must" do in our own shops. To ensure absolute align- ment of the cylinders we bore them at one operation We could bn> these drilled and it we did, we could not deliver a car as.well balanced or dependable its the Tudhope. We would'not hove absolute control over the construction. We could not aioid the possihiht; of variation m size nor the use of .inferior could not FOJ1 T'.I'O To he lure of a finish that mil list through sun and ram, build and finish our car bodies in our (acton We also do nickel-plating on all the metal parts, that Ire can watch and inspect them and knmt that they" will not wear' off quickly in service. In those parts, such as the tirei, lamps, rims, ctq nhich we do not make, wi use the highest obtainable This one can b) comparing ludhope equipment mth that of high pneed cars The Boiet Dual High Tension Ignition 15 the best system know Continental Demountable aull Hartlord Shock Abiorben-Gray Davis I Magnetic Spe-doraele.l are not found on any hut the best cam'. 528 Tudhope "Six" 48 h. Touring C.r Two Torpedo J2.1SO (with compkto equipment) fob. Orillu, Tudhope "Four" 36 p.-Fire Torpedo Two Lljht Dehverj J1.450 Iwtlh complete equipmenl) f.o b. Onllu Special Equipment include. Top, WindshleU, Stew.rt Speedometer EXTRA TIRE Rim, Nickel position at C. The good Ishos of a host! of friends go vt ith him to his new location. Mr Bliss representing Messrs Campbell, Wilson Home, of Leth- Prosper Couraniont, ..I..S..A. Fasken ___ _. ____ Baron de la Glaciere, I B Hurst bridge na, in Burmis this in Bnsemonche (landed proprietor and tne mtereat of his firm Mr H BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST GUARANTEE COMPANY ACTS AS: TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR ASSIGNEE AND RECE'lVER MONEY TO LOAN.ON FIRST MORTGAGES AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED INSURANCE: FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS, LIABILITY, FIDELITY GUARANTEE Conybeire Block j B Lethbrldga, Alti J' S' naturalist) Anatole (his ward) Baptiste (servant) and Francois (servant of .Prosper) :o. A. Stirm Elliimere. School of June Grade Snider. 524. Grade Roblllird. 599 Roy McBrayne, Gertie Snider, I Mr H E Riddle a business I D. -Furge'son visitor to Blairmore this week. Extra Tire BELLEVUE .nd Rim Catalogue requett of Grade 624, Elda Snider, 552; Leo Rohillard. 4-19 Dillard Rohillard. 34S; Ella Dickson, 234: Albert 176; Senior 377 Emil Noyha, ,376: Harper; Jo- hanna, i Leppert, 163; Ronald Lewis Gladys BiEsell Deta Sninehart Junior 'Snider, Reg. inald Davis notice .was-today giren by the public n'tili- tits commissioner that new telephone rates for. Winnipeg had been filed with the commission by the Manitoba government telephone commission The new rates represent Increases on those existing but the increases ara leea than those considerable criticism -N'o snakes baseball Armstrong proved himself .the best for Row Island, while Jackaon and" Miller scored -moat for Jhit renllv the feature of the wag( the playing of the batterv. The playcru for Bow Inland nerc, Armstrong, II Smith, Spooner, Beg A row Khich slarted In a boarding-1 house at Hillcrest last night terrain ated in the Belleuie police barracks this morning when three men, Kanilge. J. Foster and B. Southwell, appeared before J. W. Gresham, J.p. on the charges and drunk and rile charges of as sault ivere dismissed but etch one I drew a ttyo dollar costs on J the D. and D.-charge. LILLE men, C f. einith, C Lille, July .1. Jones and A. Mor- ris were visitors to this camp on Sun day. S Pleats and J3. Lingat Journeyed nith W P and Mr Green to Grassy Mountain to decide .if '.-UK- coal was- worth while to get out or not.; The. people. of Lille are .anxious to know whether, or not the going to close It not be knonn until Saturdaj was a vliltorl'to' this camp on Sunday. A. Jacob journeyed to Frank on'Sun day last. The master 'mechanic from Prank was up on. Sunday with his family X. 0. Kvans Is a visitor to this camp for a few days. Constable Thomas -li leaving Lille foi Macleod and a constable from Blairmore ..will be his successor. The camp Is to hear of More Facts About McClary's "Sunshine" Furnace Understudy of the ist nuisance about the jou rock down the ashes T rawj! "P nust-flue then directly across to smoke-pipe where it be- Look at the illustrauon and remember to open both "Dust" and "Direct ror'the S e devices make the 'Sunshine" the cleanest See tho famous "cup joirto" nere--tlio frame of the ash two sectioi s of Jhc rue-pot and the dome all jointed together by our "cup joint." a of asbestos cement in each unites all sections in a permanent yet leaves room for the expansion and contraction of the metal 'No wondei that this "Understudy of ths Sun is called the "Sunshine' it diffuses pure June nr throughout the house. You don't have to wear overalls when attending to the "Sunshine" pjf'g roomy