Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
EIGHT THE LITHBRIDGE DA1T.T HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1914 FOUJl Electrically Stirred OectricaUy Lighted Father Intervened Just in Time Orders for 23 rd. Rangers Completely Equipped Completely Equipped The Way It Holds The Road Shows How It Is Built One of the striking ways in which these FOURS sup.-rior.ty is the manner in which they hold the road You do not see the driver of a Studebaker FOUR bring- ing it back to a straightaway by "nursing the wheel It does not creep to one side, but once it goes straight ahead. This is the quality sometimes called roadabihts Readability indicates perfect balance, and balance goes clear back to the beginning of Studebaker manufactuimg methods It starts with the raw material; with steels which are not only tie costliest of their kind but made strictly to our own specifications. It is developed by from'two to four heat treatments, which double and treble the strength of these steels with large both size and weight. It is carefully worked oat .by the forging, stamping and machining f-all own operations requiring machines. To this perfect balance, resulting from Studebaket methods with Studebaker materials, is sdded 'a full-floatmg rear'ax The Studebaker FOUR is the only "Four" in the world at haS au 11 floating" rear axle, equipped with ri. The Studebaker FOUR is completely Timken The result .of this manufacturing eSciency true greater value than in any other Fo Tie Sludibakir Bank irmtbil mdfiasris Hi: icienlijiic manufartir- efSladaahr. Stndfcr tf. Studefeker Corporation of Canada, Limited Wdkcrvillc, Ont. P. O. B. Walkervillc FOUR Tourinu Car SIX Tourins Car 1975 SIX Landau-Roadster 2350 SIX Sedan 2950 Model "55" Touring Car 1500 Sold by Lethbridge Auto C6., Quantity Production o PJncher Creek, :Alta., June might have proved a very serious accident occurred on .Wednesday evening at the home of 'C. A. McClelland, .f isliburii. Mr. Mc- a-targe dairy herd, and vhiie cows were rounded up for milking, little Doris, aged three years and six months, wandered out in the ield. One. of the cows, evidently thiiiking the child was going to .her calf, charged the little tot and tossed er from twelve to .fifteen feet In the air, twirling her like a pin wheel. Her rushed to her assist- before he could reach her, :he ina'ddened beast charged again, lust as the little one fe51 to the ground. She missed her mark, htfw- ever, and, merely turned the child over, bu't in trying to stay her speed eemed, to'trample the little victim, he turned for a third charge just as HrJMcClelland reaches the spot He threw himself with'all the strength he could summon on the brute's head and managed to gather the child up in his arms. She was some minutes coming to, but after a restless night seems to be not much the worse. Mr. McClelland sustained a ere sprain to Jiis neck in'Eis'encounter with the cow, A. C. Hillcrest on to tale pait in the inati- tut'lcn of aVnew .chapter of Royal Arch Masons 1n that tow n T Keramis, MX A and II A- Ounn of Brocket al- so attended. T. H. Burnett of Belle- vtie was installed as First Principal -of the nsw chipter, -which remains un- der tne jurisdiction of the Grand Chapter of Canada Everyone is looking forward to the l.O.O.F. band concert on Friday night. Regimental orders of the 23rd Al- berta Rangers Save "JSEH submitted for publication, and are as follows: of. stafj'fnd D. suuadron will "assemble in "Pincher Creek on Monday, June 15, to prepare for de- parture to camp. The veterinary in spection will Ibe held at the armors at 2.30 p.m., at which ail officers, npn ..officers, and men veil horses. If possible a ,.Trillin.held Dress; -Pull- dress, without rifles. Ar angements' -will he made for men am lorses for the night ;of.Monday, June 5.. On 1G, staff and I nuadrpn will parade, promptly at 5.3 jn. in front of'Shontz'a liven' stable tor-march to Pincher station, as the rain must be loaded and leave Pinch- er station at 7 a.m. Particular prompt- ness is urged. By C. veninils, Lieut.-Col., 23rd Alberta Rangers. THE CA SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D, D.C.L., President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager AssL General Mau.eei V. C. BROWN, Superintendent ot Central Western Branches T CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, CHEQUES or payable attheirface value in the principal countries of the world, are sold for a small commission by all branches of the Bank. Easily negotiated anywhere and self-identifying, they are almost indispensable to the traveller. The holder is protected in the event oi loss of the cheques, as a separate letter of identification is issued with them. There is no safer or more convenient method of carrying money when travelling. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Rrymner, Mgr. ANDi .EVERY BODY ilN; GENERTA'L TO' BE IMPEACHED A Valuable Fealure of a Joint Account opened with the Union Bank of Canada in the names of two persons, is that if one dies the family funds are not tied up just when they are likely to be most needed. The survivor can withdraw the money without delay or formality. Think it open a Joint Account. OF CANADA 3RA88Y LAKE BRANCH LETHBRID06 BRANCH A. 13. KING, Acting Manager G. R. TINNING. Manager "MRS. NELLIE McCLUNG ADORES S6.S M.ANiTOBA CONFERENCE WITH GOOD. RESULTS A TTENTION, SHEEPMEN ERADICATE THE TICKS It costs money to breed Ticlfe-Tthey suik blood from'your sheep in order to live. Did you ever stop and figure wiiat'tlieseTiqHS'cost f The Sheep Tick lays arc a H.iched-to the contain living young. The eggs batch in from.19 to 23 .da'J-s.' Each female will lay an cgg'evcry seven or fight days. This means thousands and thousands'of ticks in a very short time. What cimhcff linvo. your sheep to fatten and grow good healthy fleeces when covered with Ticks suck the life blood, and every blood has cost you money in feed to pro-? duce. If for no oilier reason than to prevent this loss you should dip your sheep, DIPPING STOPS TICK LOSSES Dipping is the only means by which the Tick can be effectively a dip must be used which destroys both the adult Ticks on the sheep at the lime of dipping, and the young ones which hatch from the eggs after the sheep have been you don't destroy these young Ticks, then the dipping has done little or no good. Use COOPER'S arsenical dip-it's the only kind which destroys both the adult and young Ticks. I Arsenical Dips remain in the fleece for a long young which hatch from eggs arc destroyed, and fresh infection is absolutely prevented sometimes arsenical dips keep sheep free from Ticks for twelve inpnths. Don't be afraid of Arsenic-Sulphur dips simply because Arsenic is a poison. Liquid sheep dips also are Coal Tar dips are poisonous (see Government Insecti- cide Act is one of the worst is quite as safe to use as any liquid dip, and a whole lot more profitable, if only for the reason that, as is well known, it is ah excellent skin tonic, tending, therefore, to the production of more, and better quality wool. LIQUID DIPS WORTHLESS FOR TICKS The Coal Tar and Tobacco Dips are useless in Tick work. Liquid Dips in general are unsatisfactory for eradicating the Tick: as soon as the fleece is dry, sheep dipped in them can become re-infected. The young Ticks which hatch out after dipping are un- affected by liquid dips, and so the whole tnnible starts over again, dipping in Liquid' Dips thus having only a very temporary effect. Liquid Tar, Tobacco, not last in the fleece long enough'to kill the ticks which hatch out after the dipping, and do not prevent fresh attack. Make Sure It's Cooper's, Then Dip KEMP'S BRANDING PAINT Will Brand a wet sheep Equally as Well as a dry one Will stay on the sheep's back as long as >Vill not mat the fibres or injure the any wqatber, wet or wool. clrv, hot or cold. Will permit the sheep being dipped and then at once branded, or vice versa: Will brand more sheep per gallon than Will dissolve front-the wool in the or- scour. .any oilier branding fluid. AND GREEN A gallon brands from 500 to 1000 sheep, depending on size of brand and care in using You'll never with Lamp Black and Oil after once using. Write for special booklet on "Sheep Ticks" rind. "Branding Paints." ;J; D. Higinbotham Company, Limited Lethbridge, Distributors for Alberta WILLIAM COOPER NEPHEWS, 152-154 W. Huron St., Chicago. B United States of America, Cape Colony, Russia, Argentine Re- public, Uruguay, etc., etc. Washington, D. C., June lulioiis'M impeachment against Fed- eral District Judge, Alston G. Day- ton, .of .West were intro- duced in the House today and with- out opposition referred to the judi- ciary committee. The judiciary com- mittee will decide whether to recom- mend investigation of the charges.'. The impeachment charges accuse the judge: of. having publicly denounc- ed' '-the President of the United States from the hennh and before a jury, of conspiring to torn a carbon truft, ,rel'using to enforce certain fed- eral laws, of discharging jurors for rendering verdicts not agreeable 'to him, of stating that he would not permit the United Mine Workers to the jurisdiction of his and denouncing, organiza- tion as one .of the; ctiijiinal conspir- ators and of being temperamentally, unfit for judicial office. j Winnipeg, June Nellie Me Clung, the "roll known authoress spoke to. the Manitoba Methodist Con ference here this morning. Womai suffrage was. her 'subject and in a speech that was shot through will witty sallies; enthused the conference and a resolution favoring the admitting or> women 'into the confer- ences of the church being put forward to the memorial committee. Mrs. Me- Clung did not spare her own church, but. said as a Methodist that the state would not pay any heed to resolutions frofti Unit church on woman suffrage so long as the church itself gave no practical demonstration of sympathy. .________________ Denver of New Denver, D. C., has been appointed by the Do- minion-government to collect ore and mineral specimens for the Canadian exhibit at the Panama-Pacific. ,___ new rates, and sent the bill hack to the Commons. It will be considered when t'.ie House meets .this afternoon. SENATE AMENDMENTS NOT AC- CEPTABLE TO HOUSE OF COMMONS Ottawa, June deadlock be- tween tho House of Commons and the Senate over the bill to amend the Postofflce Act continues. Last night at a late hour the Commons on mo- tion ot Hon. L. P. Pelietier refused to accept the Senate amendments pro- viding that the rates to be charged newspapers 'for transmission through the mails must be ratlfled by parlia- ment. This morning the Senate further amended the bill by providing .for the continuance ot Uie present rates un- til such time as parliament can ratify Saskatchewan's Minister of Agricul- ture predicts that winter rye will be- come a staple crop In that province within ten years. Under the management of George J. Gould, the estate of the late Jar Gould is said to have been more than doubled in value since the death ot the willow of the latter. Personal for- tunes of the Goulds have Increased proportionately. 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