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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^|^a��%^ htm SB '-ft;- THE f;KTHBEIDGE DAILY HERALD it's not the mechanical perfeo.-tion of any one part of the Eord -rrit's the perfection of all its part^ working in perfect har--monjr-that makes it the oar of � I universal and iinprececlentjsd demand. Better hiiy yours to-dky-the rush will soon he on. '^Everybody Is drlring a Ford"-more thAn aoOiOOO m service. New prices-runabout $?75 -touring car $760-town oar $1,000-with all equipment, f.o.b, Walkervllle, Ont. Get jor-��.tloulkrs from GLENISTER & VIRTUE l23!s.3rd AvVirii:�; of Canadii with direct t�ptea8nt�ti6ii in LsndqlS, Eng.,;N�w (York, SaH'mndseO} aSitttle, PotUand* *Ore^ M�xico and St John';? Nfi^** 'w^*'*^ �"nnaylne,dlfflMItles of obtaining fiinds abioadi MMiiclalty te.>JMM\wfi*/fcWiritlficaadh*dirtcutt;.:^^ ' f Kv,v.s:';^:^^^v.:/�� LeteBridg^ Branch - - C G. K. Notifse. Mgrv TO RAISEvWOMEN WORKERS , St^dkftdlini4BfeBi2S,-rThe first wo-man-lnsijcctSr of factories In Sweden, �lyiisfl Kprstein.;H^bselgran, has ; Jijat beeniappOlntiai: ^he Was fOMneHylii' fipector ptlo&s of' women -worTners 'and i? part of an effort to ratsib'the gtin'aijrd ob: talnlng among tbein both- mor^kUy-' and .Intellectually., , , -I _ ��. : WllKlesacfc has, no\v.  Reached the stage wh6re it has Redded'to have a publicity: dominissionor, to: make its merits known. V^^li Give $500 to Siek Readeirsi of The Herald Famous Scientist Who Originated the Now Wonfler-ful *'Home Treatment? Offlers Paclsage - Free to Sick and'Ailing m. order that every ."L^'lt Hflrald wild may not have h6erd of thtj - wolaerM "Home W6atment'V Sy. h*y6Opportunity to test ms rniaiirkted medlclJie, the now famous 'o llvf kbsSiiitJlFfree a full size ?l naokage^'to hundred readers of t^iB fiftftir to prove the wonderful In Saklriff this offer ite aolentist said: �f kbow thai there, are many ,p6ople re^peTp^St^f about i^^^^^ r Have andslhavec iM. roo 'that story . &nd accomS �tD*e /wonderful � reshtta that have bepn reported/ Peopio who'sufter'from Pheumatism Kidney* Trouble, Stomach Trouble, Liver or Bowel Disorders, 'Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asfehma. Chronic Coughs, �^eak Lungs, Luanbftgp, Piie?, Urinary Disorders, Fpijiale^WealnjeBSeB of any kind., the weak,-worn-out bl-okeii-down and despondent ^Ul be deMghted at the 9ftoot of a few doses, thii wonderful (treatment creates a fine appetite �nd helps tli� digestiyp organs, to *arrV on ^ their -functions ' as ,.they should. It strengthens th,e kidneys, too, and drives rfieumatlsm pdisons from-the.bloolas'^if'by magic* Tbat is-why people who-try it beqppie_,3o enthusiaatiie. ' -' ' t,. Any reader of t^e'Herald V'V" (try this extraordjpary medicine that has created, bo miich excitement by itB cuTes"" can oljtam ^bsolut^ly free a full fl.dO treatment" bjf pimply/filling in the coupon beWw or,^rltitfg:;aj^let-ter desoriblngr tbeirj case 51^.; thedr own wordri, if'tliOyVprefOr. and .jjjanin^g it today to Jal5je&*;WrKidd^ Toronto. Canada. No mofiey nei|dibe;p6at and ho ctoarga of ai�y Hnd-will/bp. W^-Ji As'this offer ia-JJml^Sd/youtfhouId write at oiioe .'in-order to be-sure to receive youptr^e trqp,tment.' Edmonton, Feb. 28.-Swift Canadian company was the host at the second get-together luncheon of the IMmon-tou Ad club in the main dining hall at the Corona Hotel, Fob. 26, when 285 guests assembled at tho tables. F, Gr. McDermld, president of the club, who presided at the busiueas meeting, had at his right Aiayor William Short, who was elected tho ilrst honorary member of the organization, at his left being C. H. Bradley, manager of the Swift Canadian company, chairman of the day. The souvenirs were pig-tails, fastened to name cards. After discussing a tempting menu, prepared under the personal direction of Charles Carey, managing dl-jec'tor of the hotel, the following program was presented: J. J. Gardner, vocal solo, "Three for Jack"; L. L. .Lambert, country sales manager, vocal solo, "The Horn"; tabloid minstrel [Sketch, A. C. Williamson, Interlocu-|Hor, F. J. McCarthy and A. Wlllough-by, endmen. R. B. Hunter, manager of the 'beef department, and Dr. J. R. English, Dominion meat inspector, stationed at the plant, were the siieak-,ors. Mr. Hunter gave a brief history of the Edmonton office which was opened Sept. 13, 1908, with five men, including himself and Mr. Bradley. Today there are 87 employed in the sales department, the car routes extendihg from Saskatoon, Sask., to Kamloops, B. C, and from Athabasca, Alta., to the international boundaryj also supplying-Vancouver, .Victoria, Calgary and Nelson. , � "Increases of more than 50 per cent are noted In each year's business," Mr, Hunter added. ".Where'we sent out 23 cars a week last year we are today averaging 35 cars a week.'. Our freight bill was a matter of ?l;3B,0OO -last year, when we: also paid ?9(i,000 In duty. Our importations last .^ear included 430,000 pounds' of 'hutt-twb and- a half and threo centri'to'seven to seven 'and va'half 'cents- ft' pound, Cattl6; conditions are Improving.. "A small protiortlon of >sheep is shipped in from the outside 'tbday*' though last year we hought 10,000 head in the dlBtriots south of Galgary.^ Formerly... we imported from eastern' Canada and Auslralla. The hog:, pro-; dubtlon also shows Increases and it is highly .profitable to the .farmers, However, thc homesteaders' are- not raising as many h323 For Free Dollar Treatment -^^^S^^i^^^^J^S^^^ case, free ind' postage pMfli i'Jst ^ promise. Name ......^' Po�t Oflfcjt street and No, Province' How fonfl. afflicted? i-vap v- ...... f - ,'1'-' s , - Make a WPbefore diseaatsy^ou have. t*o oropses (39C) bo-f6f6,'9na from wflleh you, Buttefcanost, ..chwrnio-Coush. ..Malaria . .Hay Fever,  ffcv(}lsj pride obts^ihed for the>horg^s-''f^k' S3l$ amounted'.to, $l.|,8^4,...\,'i.'..^i', 4.: QOVERNMEf^T ;; Brisbane of the stfc- , , ^..... Jbank. are. to bp esfabllsbedi.afgffff^ In,! the .Kangaroo (:Hl'll:vdIs>irjic(r,j(-^|i4yst NAVY CUT Letters front a Deep Soa ^m6*oi*r 4. DURIN' manoovers off Spit'e^d, 'M Mmr^l Fir.�;f Liif� dti! boarded us. 'oppin bird d-------- Bill; w'ich:appcricd to be 'is real name. , . .r^^^v.-^ Well, or Bill 'e drops 'is glass eye,'^n''[.^n^s it to me. oi and 'eavy. Wen 'e sees it's the bird, though,'^^; ^rms a^bit an ,w walks on. But 'e was feelin' so good th4t> Igts our Number One down easy Hk^. an' blest if they do4^:^^,^J|ie, tins o\PINNACE from the ward^roote stQl�e^lHw4eh I smo off and on the^eafteir duriii* dog WatpE ': It%ake^l'0n|j|c>o4'sniol0|''^^^^^^^ or Bill smol^es ife'is^^lf, knowin'like I do% . ' ^ n fM 75 80 ;