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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta raw rFudhope'-Anderson Co. Ltd. Canadian. Sales Agents Emerson Brantingham Implement Co. m RQGKFORD, ILLINOIS .�'I , AGENTS FOR: -'�^' Big,Four ."30" Qas Tractors. Reeves Engines and Threshers, . . . ~ . Errierson Engine Plows. . -'i' " Emerson Engine Disc Harrows. 4 Emerson Gang and Sulky Plows. \ ; .t^. Emerson. Disc Plows. Emerson Lover Harrows. Emerson Disc Harrows, "i," .  Tudhope Carriages and Spring Wagons. " � - Fish Bros.. and Empire Wagons. City Teaming Gears. ;: i . . A Winner and X. L. Fanning Mills. . ' X. L. Grain Plcklers. ' Keystone and O. K. Potato Planters.' V t ..' , � ^ ..... . , Garden Seeders �nd Cultivators. �syiV  �. ErsWne fSteel Wheel Trucks, J V �  � �� ' i � line of small implements. II � \" 'We. take great^pleasiue-In annoiiucing to Farmers and Iinple-' ''nient7l>e�larg In Southern .VIberta that we are the general aRents ^ - in..this territory for,all the. different lines as outlined above, aud >�ly'''Whsc!entlou8 farmer-wht)'reads this advertisement should ponder long and think carefully if he be in the market for any '.'n>�6Mnes' such as these, before placing an ortler or purchasing, i' -othflr, makes! ot, goods. \ ' ' � We'liive-moh that we handle the greatest ^V'Und mOBt up-to-date line of Farm Implenieuts on earth, and at s.Xthfa ;SB�son. of the'yerax-Avish to bring strongly before the notice �?!iiiyot.'the'public .la general, aiid ilie farmers particularly, our "BIG ' ;vMNK'''Otin8ol{Jnory>,whichiucludes the following-, viz: - THE BIG FOUR "30" KEROSENE AND GAS TRACTORS. \ REEVES STEAM ENGINES and THRESHERS, ' '{ EMERSON INDEPENDENT BEAM AUTOMATIC LIFT EN-OlWe PLOWS. r" EMERSON EMGINE DISC PLOWS. ' EMERSON ENGINE DISC HARROWS. Juat �. vJord in regard to these maohiaes. The Big i "80" and Keeveg Mat^Jiinery are all well and tavorably knowu but we wish to bring special notice to the Emerson Engine Plows and Bnglne Disc Hai'roTvs^^^a^ word that there is no ifin- iJSto* ijiow In use today for. general purp6se worft that can compete witlL this'now ploW, and the aama thing applies to the Kngliie Disc V ; Oneword in conolusioiv^! will handle repairs here for'Tli ,the�� lines and our prices and terms are right and we solicit your :M^;;'V:vw.;.,�-/;:.:;:;,^''.,v^,CALL.,OR WRITE;.- . IFudhope-Anderson Co. Ltd: PHONE 1464 1 MY SA T 1 UL EX FlILY LENT Remarkable Gathering Held at Magralh in Honor of James Stacey p. O. BOX 367 JiG�BEllEllER N-FRUH-IIVES" W^lfKnown Ontarl* M�roh�ni Hu Faith Baoduta . "Frlilt-aVtiVM" Curad Him V passed, simplv represent the porters and charwomen ol the office buildings swid banfes. ?svtHe Man Who Found Fatal'Defect in Goverii- fNO IN SIOCK IMPORTED, *'StOCK FROM OTHER COUNTRIES MUST PAY THE HEAVY DUTIES , Frederick E''i;onilon;'^as a repuwwuu a= d ''^'WJureal.le degree^^The suftta-W-V .gists" a�\so Meager to reach him that inM' %e�^ would readily-cease all their cabinBt jnluisters- iC they the Ottawa, Ffib. 28.-The, government Jiarsvpa'^s'Sd an'order 'Itt counoil mak-jp^Cnew -^oj^sionaf in the free -entry '6f|ect re'siding. in the-Brit-isii-empii-te ajod",furnishes .an import certificaie7stating that the animal is recorded in a Canadian national record or in a toreign recordi iccoRnized as reliable by the national records coHKnittee. � Mugrath, Keb. 27.-The big district reunion and farewell party in honor of .lames Stacey and taiuily, who leave ne.\t week for Idaho, was a magnificent success in every cielall, over five hundred people, men. -womea and children of all races, creeds and ages sitting down to tlie sumptuous banquet board and partaking of tho pletiteous store foiind on the tables that extended the wiiole length of the Elec-; trie Theatre. It was a most remarkable affair, and demonstrated that (bia eomnuiuity is a unit In goodfellowsbip and unanimous in its sentiments of respect to one of its prominent families who is departing for another l>arl of the country. At four o'clock llie first two hundred guests sat down to the festive hoard. Th� tables looked splendid, and exploded the "hard time" stories sometimes circulated about Western Canada. It was a glorious afternoon-and everyone w as smiling and happy. The Englishman and the German sat side by sld� in spite of the alleged "scare,".and chatted iu the most-brotherly terms; the American of the "dyed in the wool" type, hobnobbed with the U. E. Loyalist; all reHgious barriers were demolished, the color line was withdrawn, and the Grit and the Toi-j- sat down together and ale as peacefully as the Iamb. After dinner the enterprising proprietors of the theatre, Messrs. Coleman an^ Godfrey, put on an umisually. attractive program oT "movies," which wer.e thoroughly enjoyed. This was. followed by an excellent impromptu program, representing the, various types of entertainment, from ilr. Can-nicott's clever imitation of the famous Harry Lauder, prince of Scottish comedy, to the pathetically sweet ballads sung by Mrs. Fletcher.; Mr. Vaughn in e.\cellent voice, rendered "Out In the Deep." and, a cliorus from the choir gave a mast artistic execution of Pinauittl's "A Spring Song." Short but appropriate addresses wei-e given hy the chairman, A. Mer--cer. Bishop Harker, F. W. KaiT�n/; Mr.'Stacey and Mrs. Stacey. The remainder of the eVening^waB .spent, in dancing. Jhe "Workman orchestra discoursed fine mijsic, and for a couple of hours ftii enjoyed themselves in this dance. To tlie general commlttefe and their assistants:Jiidt'Ue th'^ unqualified suo-; cess of the affair. -'^The ^ripsidents of the town'and distilct' coj^rihiiled generously also and the,reunion will undoubtedly do Immense good in uniting and getting the people better acquainted, thus forming a stronger and more loyal community. . The proprietors of the..jtheatre are deserving of special commendation, for they indeed showed every courtesy and con sideratlon to those present. Hoiase Got One' Resolution Through-Gost of Building a Navy HON. 'SAM''Htl6He'8-'TAKES DEI CIDED STAND ON TEM-PERANCE LINES .Ml. MMCS DOiaott BaoNTa, OnT.,-MARClt lit. 1912., VFruit-a-tives haii made a complete cute in my case of RUeumatism, that , had at least five-years standing before I commenced^ the treatment. Tjie trouble was principally iu my right hip and .shonUler, the pain from it was almost unendurable. Not being able to sleep ou that side, if. l chanced to turn ou nay right side while asleep, the ?ain would immediately awaken me. bis kept tip until I sotrted taking "Fruit-a-tives"; I started by taking one or two tablets with a large glass' of � water, in the morning befort breakfast and experienced pronounced relief very shortlj. Aftef: a continued treatment for about six months, I was cured and am now iufirMcla.A. P. Report). Ottawa,,Feb." 28.-Shortly aitcr the house ihet today; consideration of the ' naval bill wa8 taken up in committee Of the whole In committee details are considered, 'and a member is at liberty to speak �s frequently as he Ottawa, Feb. 28.-"So'long'as I am minister of militiai" said Hon. Col. Sam 41ughepj at the m'iUtairy conference this altnrnoon, "there will never be allowed in the niiUkia camps any- wet messes, 'mild' or 'light' bbet canteens. You will kindly notwastq any time discussing this question further, it is Settled.", Tlii.s should leave no doubt in the minds of any of the oT'cei^s who.have been endeavoring to get ^ the order rescinded which di,d away ''with cwi-teens, that there is lio chance-of any more beer or Hqliors being allowed to be sold in the Jraining camps. This. lUSt ,.at liberty to speak �s frequently i assertion came unexpectadly desires. The series of short spse'^'j^s 1 ^j^^ time when several speakers were are confined to 'a few members of the^ endeavoring to introduce the discus-house. Premier Borden took charge 01 ^ far as" "mild'.-hcor," 'or arw the debate. ANXIOUS.ABOUT MAVVSON Sydney;. Feb. '28.-There is considerable anxiety over the silence of Dr. Mawson, by "wireless since he,- sent' word two. days ago of the death of two members' of his- e.vpedition.' Friends of ,:the: members of {he expedition are uneasy lest some, further mishap may.have befallen them. tfaptain Montague Yates is ans^ious to establish:a raillcss electric, service In Nanaimo, and is .negotiating �with,the;:toyn;iiUji '....... ��Tf-'-if_�_ : " ^;!'; 'i ;''^irIii^dM;ic^^ made'the di,scovctv ij-it 'to' introduce .\'clause into ' the gfr'anchise'/^Refprm.. bill, giving;, the '-votes to wo^^men,-would make it necessary for. tile'speaker of, the house ' 4p rule the bill out of order aS gomg it vfiirther than:wascofffcamplated^ w iijllipassed Its second readingv^^^^^P^ did ' (..thiSjiand "Consequently; the suffragists V ,Jdst; the .opportunity of testing . the ; � ieeling : of thei house on ; the / -que.stion i (if- womem voting; Th^ii anger, afiainst i .'Sir �Fiederiok.-rose;' in proportion , as^ ttie .realization of their" defeat sank home,: hut by..-the time they begantq i,! look for Sir Frederick he ivas gone.; svSb.they turned their attention to the K�mamhets of the cabinet" who, com-iSA^ared to the member for the City'of p^Jpndon;; are quite iimooent of re-.^ll-Mbnsibility for the defeat of -thBir. '�'iWf.....-................�  Frejierick.. l^anbiiry has Ihe re-*\ptt,'of being the most successliji itvin' ..the; house ; ol cohunbhs. i;h^....4hingsy. he inoved last samen^ment,, v'and ; arranged rhich resuiiteir;in the tem-.:-'pf .tliiB/' goyerhtnent on 'iprdpbsals' of the home j^jjiJe-.made,- the discovery ,.,^Jia^ejc;'.'vrould' have to act (fjfUR^oiBp/j^agim'hiU.w^ huutV up>yidciic�>nKainstV,the bill He ^g^*jm^8i^g>..WB^ nnfait^^^^^^^ the m WiAN 10 YEARS OLD HIT Calgary, Feb. 2S.-Bowden, near Red Deer, was the scene of a lively dispute a: week ;ago' and as a .result .Jim Lee, 'an oriental,, has a. fractured �kull and jvrrs. John �Williinson is under, arrest at'the mounted- police barracks In- Calgary awaiting a preliminary hearing, Mrs. - Wilkinson -will be kept in custody until the Chinaman is able to appear against her. The woman ig 70 years old and quar-'; relied over � the  ownership of some? chickens. vuv u..u>.,v., aud answered m a courteous manner^ a volley of questions put to him by the members of the opposition who were evidently out to get all the information thev could secure in regard to the government proposals. It is understood, that this line of discussion will he followed for a tew days and thai, subsequently there'will he amendments which will call for sot speeches. The feature of the discussion today was the statement of the probable cost of the Lauiicr fleet units suh-mitted by Premier Borden and based, upon liguVes obtained from the Admiralty in so.tat as the cost of construction in- Great Britain is con-, cernedv To these figures an addition of .33 1-3 per-cent, was added to cov-ec-the additional, cost ol the construction in Canada, making a total for two fleet units of upwards ol $65,000,000. . � Opposition nieinbets argued that'the ,cbst of construction in . this country vwould not he so, much higher than the estimate, showed,- more particularly aS'.;v^ithin - the Past- couple of years Wages ill the  shipbuilding .line in Great Britain have increased "by at least 25 per cent. .  -During the bourse of the discussion Mti Borden made the announcemept that -the-naval college at -Halifax iwpuld, he maintained and that-the cuvriculura-would be enlarged to include engineering,;. ; other kind of liquor  was conccrbcd. WILL HAVE - SUNDAY CARS* Saskatoon, Feb. 2.-Saskatoon wjH hav Sunday cnrs. The hyltiw passed yesterday by a vole of lUi to lOii against. . . ; ;. Several ^nojiey..bylaws tor city improvements were also voted upon^ ^nd ill! were'' carried by subslantlaf- ina-jdrlties. .. SICKH�ADACttE ft Syraplom Troubles Whi^ ar� Removed by Dr. Morse's Indian Roof POIs. Sick headache* � are, .not' -Jjniirejy;, ifBictioni 'to b'e borne ai patiently *i :poMible_-they^ are danger sJgnali. They never come . unl�� the digestive !iystem it out of border, and their regular recurrence it proof positive of lerious trouble and a warning, that ihould be heeded promptly. Sick headache* are caused by lhdige�-'riori, Biliousness or Constipation, and no amount of "headache powders" will do more than temporarily relieve thewt.' The only way to get rid of tiiem entirclj? ms to cure the Constipation or Indigestion th"at i� caiising them, �nd nothing .will do thia quicker or more efFectiyely than Dr. Morse'i Indian Root Pills. ; i Dr. Morse's Indian' Root PtUs ane; purely vegetable in character, and are free from any harinflir drug. For over fiftyi years they h�e been inconstant use in Canada, and hav ACT AS EXfeCUTOR AND'TRtJSTEE;jJf)DER' , wills, liquidators.-a'ssignee; receiver, e'uARDiAN^ 01^ � infants, and c'oIVIIVIITtM of lunatics, , � . � ''� "etc.,- etc. , We xmdertake.inanclal agencies of all -hinds; superinfetrtl -invest- ' meats an,d eoUect dividends, interest and: agreement payments, . ' ^" GIVEYbuFi'^BUSjIHESS to* �� ' a local" enterprise. , >� BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST & (iUARANTEE GOMPANX ''Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. C. f. P. Conybeare, Esq.. K.C., D.C.L. '^^itA^'^^^V^rt sVl^v 'I ' ' President. Manager and seo y- " WIliLlAM ROCKEFELLER Standard Oil magnate, who pleaded illness' as a reason for not attending seasibriS of combine committee in Washington,' The picture was taken at Palm Beach, Florida. FOR SAI-E On Sixth Street. Soutli, near car barns, one two-storey house, - eight rooms, fully: modern, bright and np to date. � $3,500-^mall Cash Payment Will Handle ---For particulars apply to- C. C. Pagnuelo Co. PHONE/543 About Your TO ^ � W are always jjlad to discuss coniiden-jilj^lly any matters in (;unnection with tlie drawing, oi" your will. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limied V;J[?A*|''lb.-^dniinistrator and Official a Judicial District i: � ^....... -of-^ piLEfTHBRJpGE,: MACLEOD,;.^ "CALGARY^ WETASKIWIN ^%22p Eighth Avsriue >V*�t>y,C�lgaryr Hi A;;HoWard/^ 1 , We Want to Interest You in Bntish Golunibia Friiit^ Hay pr Timte OVR PROPERTIES ARE SITUATED IN THJE FAMOUS Wek Kootenai District - - The District With a Clim^i 79 56 20 ;