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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 8,1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MORE THAN lOgOOO SATISHED When movt than 100,000 satisfied owners of Studebaker cars agree thatJtBey are all we have claimed fof them,' it ought to be assurance to you that jthey. are the best cars in the world -'at their price. ^ ' The?e are in use today on the roads of Aniterica almost 100,000 Stude-fcaker'(E-M-F) "30" and Studebaker'(Pl$n4ers) "20" automobiles, and thousands of them ajre in us^ in almost every country on the globe. . i'\ - This world-wide popularity* was not,gained by accident, tt is the , i;es(illt ^0^ 60 years of successful manufacturing'experience, and of a deter- t, jijiriaiibja^to make the world's best mediu'ni-priiped car. How well we suc-xeedod i6 ;shown by the results/ , ..... , ' Thise cAtB are made in immense quantities in the largest factories in 'theipduatry, of the best materials money can buy. The great Studebaker ' Cdt'p'oritioh makes every part of these carsrr-there is no'shift of responsi-. bi%. We take the utmost pains to KNOW THAT THEY ARE RIGHT.; - Studebaker cars come in a wide range of prices and models from the sturdy, splendidly-built "20" at $950 to the big, powerful "Six" at $1,800. >f The Studebaker "20" and the Studebaker "30" are remarkably good carS, and are CKceptionally low-priced. The \ Studebaker \^ Coit>oration, Walkerviile, Ont. \^ �how!ng your car*. /" ^ Name. Studebaker (Flahder8)"20"-;-$950 MODEIJ AND PRICES , Studebaker ^'20" Touring. .> ........-------.$ 950 Studebaker "30" Touring..-................ 1,375 Studebaker "20" Delivery..-..............1,000 PRICES, F. 0.8. WALKERVILLE, ONT. ^ Weste^rn Auto Co. Dealers for Lethbridge, Alberta. HEAR^IHIS CAPABLE SPEAKER A..'series of sDecial services be conducted by : Brigadier and Mrs. Greeii today and on Sunday at tlie Salvation Array Citadel. On Sunday morning atH a.m. the Brigadiec will address soldiers and Christian iricnds on "the lite of holiness," At 3 p.m. h�vQ. lidd the largest and most important corps in the Arrny, including the famous Congress Hall Corps, London. Besides being a very (lucnt and versatile spea'cer the Brigadier is the composer of some of the famons songs Page 15 What You Wear Proclaims What You Are ^ Made-to-measure clothes put you at sase-give confidence to you and bring it from others. ^^ Male Attire Clothes are not "manufactured," but moulded and modeled expressly for you. ^ Why not have BRIGADIER AND MfiS, GREEN praise meeting with special music and song; and at 7:3()^;p.m. a great salvation ^meeting will,be addressed by the Brigadier. , ' Brigadier ' and Mrs. Green are ot-ficers of long standing and wide experience in Salvation, Army work and which have so largely aided in making the Army What it is today. Salvationists a.nd friends are requested to rally to these special meetings and everj'body should take this opportunity of hearing the brigadier. CHUBCK SERVICES Fi;RS,T church of christ, bCIBNTIST;-Royal Bank block, li a.m. �Wednesday evening testimony meeting 8 p.m^ The reading room Is opan^toeverypne every day from three to five p.m. Everyone' Is pordlally In-vtted to attend. | ^vV"' fifth Avenue b"4pti^t church, Corner 5th avenue aM iStii street N- Cheap Power For All Industries ^ H0EN8BY-ST0CKP0ET PETEOL/ (^A^,\ AND OIL ETOINES. ' Portable and Stationarj Riiixniiig Costs very low. Simple to Work, Durable, Safe, Reliable. Sb G. Haddock, Engineer 5 CHI8H0LM BLOCK 268 JASPER AVENUE EDMONTON, ALBERTA. Practical Joke J^layed by Liberals (Continued from front page)' Premier Borden canfe to the house wearing evening dress shortly.before the ruling 'was given. He characterized the point of order as being an .absurdity. ' Shortly after 1 o'clock Mr. Lar polnte resumed his speech. . .Dr. Clarke's Speech , Ottawa, March 7.-In the course of his speech during the ajternoon. Dr. Michael CUjirk quoted from an article in the Loiidon Spectator with the objeot of showing that Germany was anything but Invincible, and debating that the bottom was Icnooked out of the triple alliance. The situation in. England at ..the presoilt time, he said,. is that the nations have bankrupted themselves to keep fronr cutting each other's throats. The article then stated a new condition had been created In Butbpe ,hy the sudden rise to'{I position of great power of the Balka;i. states. This necessitated the add'itlpk of, many men to'the German army. The result was ithat Germany is now. going to stop "bidding in the great naval auction rooms.-1 "Is this-, time tor Canada to start bidding In them ?" asked Dr. Clark. "It is almost criminal tolly projecting $35,000,000 of the farmers and laboring men of this country into European armaments - at a tinio like this." :. � ^ , . Mr. Clark next quoted an ar;ticle in the last issue of .the ^igcononyst criticising the superdreadnought." Canada was, he declared, being dragged into the matter in'order to keep up the profits of the Brltikbvarmoc plate makers. v ' Roforring to R. B. Tlpnet's'stal;*-ment that Canada �\va^|;Mt 9,-j!ii.Maotl, Dr. Clark said : "The; t^6|feJo"ls that there are men: at prescsnjii-isyi^hf aspirations narro^'' enough toT.liiyJiand stop the fusion Sir Wilfrid'MUpior had dedicated, his life to - thesraja^--of amalgamating. But a chang^feldR leaders in the commons meant ijiter-ideas." "The government," h^'ljl&id later on, "is goinfciback to at&tresponsiblo mechanism. Downing spfe'ot running one of the public services etOknada." The speaker alluded . to. the,, hardy Norsemen who had ruled,the seas in the past. SKIN SOOTHED AND HEALED BY D. D. D. Sczema. Fsoriasis, , Salt Rbeum, . Barber's litch. Pimples^ Dandrutt, all forms of' Itoh pr ' skip eruption-all yields ihstantly ,tb the Boothlng In* fluence of. the mild simple wash/the D. IJ. D, Preseriptlon,for Eczema, com-'pounded In the;0< D.iD. Laboratories of Toronto, ' ' jFrom oxx experlen:c9 with skin sufr terors,. we are oonylnoed that skin flisease is oautKi'd by germs beneath the {HuiUur skin that spread and multiply. until they becomes^mm^.vpf .gna^lfig mlorohes. D. D."-p.i�5i^W'fiei}etratipg ll^auld,"destroys these germSJfflK&Sf^sh^ es them away, tfidreby ^^IjBjmfephat awful Itoh'immediately.'"," -""'i We have ' sold other remedies f for skin troubltf';but none that we could personally' racommend, as y\!e can the D. D. D. remedy. Let us t^ll you alsd about D, .D. D. Soap.  .It helps. " - i- J. D, Hlginbotham &'Cpj,'"bfh Street,' local'a�o&ta,  "There may be hardy Norsemen, in England, in France, .Germany and the Unitiid States,: yes in Japan," he said, "only in Canada we cannot have tliem. Canada must starve in her iceberg because her government has not pluck and courage; Why, the idea is not intellectually respectable. Drop it. Think when there is time. .Leave it. Let us be Canadians. Canadians are fit to do, anything- that any Wliite man can do." 1 ' .- Dr. Clark i quo ted the Ottawa" Evening Journal as stating that a policy of contribution would not long be sate for the empire. "If it will not. bp long safe it is pot safe now. Is it wise to embark upon a policy which will not'long be safe ?" " Mr. Sharp Cornered Hon George Graham stated that the present policy was the result of aolouble barrelled conspiracy to injure the Asquith government and to get the present Conservative government out of its dilemma with their Nationalist colle.�gues in March, 1912, Norton GriflHhs, after a visit.- to Canada, speaking in the British commons, said that the Canadian people were prepared to go quite a distance even to the extent of conferring three droadnouglits. It was a conspiracy. They were to. pive three dreadnoughts to show that the Asquiith government was not meeting its full duty. Major Sharp : "Oh,- oh." '�� � Mr. Graham : "The honorable � gentleman iron North Ontario says, 'Oh, Oh', but he is not for the policy^ He favors a. Canadian- navy." � : Major Sharp : "I anvnot-'in taVor] of the policy as a permanent policV."" Mr..Graham-: "But yOfr';al?| ifcta-vor of a Canadijfin navy ?" � .^m Mr. Sfiarp : "Well, maybe'rPfa-ai-." "I am surprised," said Mrf- &ra-hanl, "that my honorable friend Is In favor ot a separatist navy.',V'|:' Mr. Graliam char^Dte^ized'^tne present policy as "illegitimate fot oon-ccptioh and untimely ot birth." The^ debate was conilnuefl[ today and the house will of necessity ^havo to rise at midnight as Sunday sittings are illegal. , Dr. "Warnock, of Pincher Greek, was on?-of the early morning speakers. FRIEDMAN DEFIANT New York, N. Y., March 7,--Dr.-Frdedmann, today flung defiance at| his critics by declaring that, after a brief trip to Canada, he would uai dertake to cure, most advanced cases of tuberculosis.. On March 13th, the doctor will elve a demonstration In Toronto, befor? the National Sanit-' arl}im .association and the provincial board ."Of healths . iHon. Q'so. Lawrenco, Manitoba's Minister'of, Agriculture, who is going:LS^i^l to England on emigration business, f conferred at Ottawa with the F