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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^atui-flay, March 15, 1013 THJE l^ETHBKIDOE DAIT^Y HEKALD Page 7 Well, What Would You Get If You Went There? H AVEN'T you heard men right here in town say "How I would like to go over to London or down to the States for my clothes" ? ' Well, what would you get when you got there? If you went to London, to the best tailors, you'd get the sanie cloths and the same patterns that you can get in Fit-Reform Suits at |2^, ^28,. ^30 and $25- 1^ 7�" went to the States, you wouldn't get any better: worfcmahship, even a,t the most expensive ^hops, than you'get in'Fit-Reform Suits. Compare a Fit-Reform Suit iat any price from $18. to $35.- with one made in London or in tiie States at $10. mor^. Compare styles, tailoring, cloth, lining, finisli-ind you'll find that for downright satisfaction, service and value, you get a bigger hioney's worth in Fit-Reform garments than you can get in London or the States for j5io more. Here arc the new spring Suits and Overcoats to prove every word we have said. t 73^ McKelvie & McGuire IJULJlWBLEJi GUN WHICH 'WOUliD FtBE tiVB miles in 'less- THAN mIN- �  UTEr-fALSO AIR-SHIP DES- '.' ' troyeb' , Ijondon,'-March IS.-rrBsaest-Walsh, ft clie.miatot Hull, has Invented^a re-iTiarkable mauiaiiie gun, discharged ;;l)it' gas, ana will send /pro-JoctU^aiive mUes in amlnuta, and the jirojectllffl"; wllj set. 011 fire anything tJioy may .strike, . � -  Ini^appearanoe the new weapon-re-ee'mtl.e'sr- somewhat the ; Maxima gyn, and;th^''m6chanism, 'accordlilg to Mr. AVat5h, consists Itv part, ot three gen-orUtoiiBi :Whioh manufacture three �disr llnpride: ."I have also perfected a shot for hnnging, dbwn aejop'lan^. Yeti don't have to fire accurately at the machine -rthe gases ar^ enough to suffocate any one within the area of their scope." .� / PflPEDiClG ^ WILL BE .BURIED IN' A ORYPT UNDER THE HISTORIC" ST. PETERS ,' " Rome, iMaJch 14.-^XJnder the Pope's directions preparations hfive^lpeen begun for the bnlMing of-His tomb. It Is the d'eslre of rhis� HolineBff"tof,"be buried in the crypts -of St. Peter's. The tomb Is simply, a Tocess iu'^he wall of the crypt, �and' it 'has''>;be�n made for the reception. of a CQ^tin. Every,preparatlon'.haB beeni made* atid Jthe recess has been covered tip iWltU brick, so as to be ready eventually for a 'slab of marble on which the- name of the Pontiff win be engraven after ;tho'burial.. .The. crypts occupy a space under :lhe nave.-af the modern basilica-and portions'of theni formed tbfe crypt of the ancient'church. Little change has been made through-all tlie years. In these ciTPt-s are the tombs ot sevenal Popes, and a number'of important perf sonttgesT Though some of the earlier Popes and a number of important personages- were-, hurled in the catacombs, it was not until the time^Jof Leo r. that St. Peter's*came'to be:rei-cognlzed as ,a place of burial for-the Popes. U CAROSION LiTS Mayor and Solicitor Are in Edmonton Looking After the Bill THE SICK AT ROCHESTER , Rochester; Mini., March 14.-^Dr. |,Roche is impi'ovlng rapidly, and there is no doubt now but that a' complete recovery will result. Alderman Elliott Gordon's condition'remains about the 'same. :. - Thayer, of Assinlboia, Sask., is resting comfortably after the operation on his broken back. The opera'lion .Is a great relief to him. ; , Edward Seagram, aged 71, brother of Joseph B. Seagram, died sudde'niy at Gait while preparing to retire. ' ' "f^ I^C; ' '''' - ' 1/ ''I ' \ Some pFtKe Juvenile'Bostoni^an9vifi^-v'^The Dream Girl.\ Cardston,- March 14.-The four missionaries. detailed for special work in. the city of Calgary arrived home on Tuesday night and witii them came President Wood ot tho Alberta stake, his councillor, E. Williams, and their staff of missionaries who have been visiting in the north. The missionaries, Jas. S. Ferrel of Olenwood; D. K. Green of Taylorville; W. F. Tolley of Mountain View, and D. W. Rollins, south of Cardston, ail left for their homes immediately after their arrival. J. P. Low, president of the 121st quorum, of Seventies, from which these men were chosen, reported to the Herald that one of them In describing his Calgary experience, said: "We had' the time ot our lives." Mayor Brown and Town SolicitoT Laurie are in Edmonton this week on business connected with the town of Cardston. The Herald representative called at,the town office to ascertain the mission of the town officials, hut the town clerk informed him that the business had not been made public yet and would not until the mayor returned, which will be about the end of the week. Mr. 'Mowberry said, however, that it was partly in connection with changes in the town charter that the men were called north. It is believed, that application, is being made for an extension of the town limits. The extensive buying which has been done by the International Securities and other real eatate firms in the west part of town make it necessary to extend th boundaries in that direction. Xt is said that quite a large area in this part will be included in the town limits. A larg-6 price has been paid for the land and the lots are selling at. a good figure. Those who have bought will ask for municipal improvements and the only way these can be granted is to include the area in the town; The additional property will make quite an 'advance in the finances ot the^'town as it will Im-imediately^ becoi'ne'/taxable' and swell the funds of the"-,'municipality. Mr. Laurie will be detained on private business lor som#-'(rtine-and mhynot V tome' this'we^K-.' - ' � While In Cardston this week the Magrath Visitors to^ -v s4< EMERSON ENGINE DISg PLOWS. EMERSON ENGINE DISC ^ARROWS. Just a word in regard to these machines. The Big 4 "80" and Beeves Machinery are all well and favorably known but wa wish to bring special notice to the Emerson Engine Plows and Engine Disc Harrows and will say in a word that there 1b no Engine plow In use today for general purpose work that can compete with this new plow, and the same thing,applies to the Engine Dlso Harrows. They are peers In their respective class. ' One word In conclusion. We will handle repairs here for all these lines and our prices and terms are right and we solicit your patronage. CALL OR WRITE: Tudhope-Anderson Co. Ltd. P. O, BOX 367 PHONE- 1464 vian troops, who, after shooting 300 of them, brought the surviving 100 prisoners to Prlsrend, tho capital of the province." , Two.Toronto real festate men plan to build 17B houses at Sarnia, Ont: Must Have a Lot of It ' , "Is he rich?" "I dldn-t think so, but hc must be.'-'' "Why?". , � . ' "I  heard him say the .''other nlgbt that he lets- his wife have all thei"-money sh^ wants."  -t- ' - A duty-saving "Six" $25500 F'^ROM the moment you pressithe starting pedal and turn this powerful "Six" into the road among the hundreds of ' Motor Vehicles large and smail~as you open outi^and^^ jump ahead-when you feel; the strong- steady pull on the \ hills and heavy parts of the road-know that nomaUey'''t^-k''^^Ft what car you buy the Tudhoptt "Six" is the�car-ym.-.yM would like to own, This "Six" is surely the modem idea of a perfect car. ft has Gray & Davis Electric Lighting and Electric Cranking. It has a distinctive appear- \ ;j -Torpedo low-hung body with graceful side lines antJ weil-iounded ' #4; u^.^. The force-feed gasolinie, tank is carried at the rear, along with sparB:;:"'^^ tire, which is included, of course, a? a part of Tudhope equipment. 'In cbm--v� fort it is above the ordinary: \ 127-inch wheel-base, 36 x 4]^ inch tiresi? double-drop frame, full-elliptic undeirslun^ifear springj^and shock absorbers back. The force-feed gasolinie.tank is carried at the rear along with spare "'W'i m -every equipment for ri<3ing ease. TTie lonneau is wide and robmy~', with the new extra deep cushions. ' The Axles of the Tudhope "Six" are planned for hard service. Th^ � front Axle is extra heavy with Timken tapered bearings. The rear axle is the floating-type with chrome-nickel gears and shafts. The 48 h.p. motor, long-stroke cast en' bloc, type, is a sileiit, powerful machine, thoroughly tested and inspected before leaving: our shop; The Tudhope "Six" is a .lot of car valuefor $2,500! But remember r nitade in Canada. No part of the price is duty.' The;same Cari^im-ported would cost you 35% more. ' ' _ . \: ffrite for four cfPy of Iht Tadlmpt botk, V . i . "The Car Ahead'' TUDHOPE "6.48'� Electric Lighting anid Cranking $2,500 f.o.b.OrilIia. yjDHOPE,;^6-l8rii including-^Ciay/Ac/Davii '. Electric LigbtinKv�iifl% Crankiog. �nd '*xtr� Tirmm and Rim, $;i,500, i,o.b. ij OtlUi.. � - TUDHOPE "4-36" hu '". Ci*y ,�c' Davit' Elecbk ' Liglitiag T-  113 - i n'ch' ^ 'demountable idrdp frame. L^opg-^liokcs'. motor, (4 x',4jO cait m ; ,bW.*' Full-^lii^tic^tear. ' iptiagtand �1)oc1e absotboi.: i . Highest' gia^^ ^mplete equipm^tiy inclucling , Speedooietei:' aiuj extr� dro. 8,Pa�*en