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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAtP Saturday, MarcH 15,1913 Every Woman ShoaldUae That splendid, pleasantly bubbling- tonic which stimulates organs ar.A rids tl>� blood of.Impuritias. Kosy , cheeks sud vigorous hsiltb reward the daily usa of Abbey^s Effervescent Salt, TeOcaA BottI* Homo To-day. mmK A Newsy Budget from One of Best'Disiricts in AH of NEW GUARANTEES FOR G.N.R.L v-f Edntonton, AlU., March 16.-The ]^rbvii�o)aI legislature has passed a 'WU authorizing the Canadian North-:vi>1am system to build the following de-sVi^'gnated llites: ilVom Tahpr, northeasterly to Con-!i ifeort*, from Mi&iicine Hat* northv?est-_! vil^rly to the crossing of the Saska-:lj^pn-CaIgary line; from a point on |th�,last-named line in or near ranges ! a'Sito 14; west of the fourth meridian. ;|aorther^i tQ a point on; the main line � -ifrij ior hear,:Tanges G to 9 west of the !S:|5aiirth'Bieridlan, northeasterly to the sfegaatern boundary of'Alberta; from a "cji^oint at Meeting Creek on the Calr Ll^i^aryTYogrevlUe hranoh.to Wetaatir: j^in; theiice west by Plgeoa I^ke to cjeV-point on the 'Edmonton-PIncber j^jGreeJc line; from Cardston, westerly (tS^'the .TVfcBtern-boundary of the pro-^�^Sj^^tac'e,;^ the * '"j?iilh' .vell-rounded .comers. *J.^,.;7S/ionin m the latest tteaves ''^i/tmd colorings. They Compel Consideration i-^;^HE:success of ''Fit-rite"' Tailoring is^iiot based on any one feature alone. The appeal that. "Fit-rite" garments ' ijinake to men of discrimination, is tlie result iopa perfection that embraces cVery desirable * (feature in men's clothes. The "Fit-rite" suits and overcoats we are Sjsippow.sho\^ins, reveal, in everyiine and curve, ii^jjojiithatcorrect proportion and modeling which only the |!|||S'ai)lJ�t-desjgner can bring abouti', i, Mw'/Thty possets also that finish which only skilled }*5l;i^^iR�5Va?;fel9�4e from fabrics that represent the pick "'� u'of the Engli'h mills. i Wliat mure couM you desiie m clutnes at moderate prii.es/tlian ne (iter\LU II sion to the hospital, toecaufio they' were not aMe to pay their f�es In ad-rance, or something like that. On the authority of the Matron, however, your oorrespondent can �tate that ho patient has ever at any tijric been refused admission to thg itospital and the management have liever thought of such a thing. ^ paUent who ^has nW a dollar in the world will receive Just �xBCtly the same .indlv Light", Misses Tessio Alston and Bertha Gibb. Road-Mark Anthony's speech on the Death of Caesar, Mrs. W. Passey.' Piano /Duet - Misses Gfeen and Stacey. .Ladies' Chorus-L'nder the direction ot'^ts. Alstnu, > . , Original Poeni-F. G. Steele. Qvartette-"Some Dles-sed Day", Miss Finlayson, Mrs. Lamb, Mr. (Jibb ^nd Mr. Bridge. \ ' , Cornet Duet-Mr. Prank Workman and Mr. A. .7. Mercer. Recitation-"The Bridge", Mrs. H, Ririe. Tenor Solo - Mr. J. 0. Bridge, "Fear Ye Not, O Israel," by Dudley Bugk.' Anthem-rChoir. Benediction. Mr. Parliinson's Funeral The funeral service over the remains of (the late Thos. Parkinson was held yesterday, Eider A. Mercer offlciatr ing. NotwithstandiBg the hitter coldness of the weather a goodly number assembled to play their last respects to the departed. The serrice was not | lengthy, but it was very impiessivo.' The musical numhcrs by the choir, were as follows : "Come Ye Disconsolate", "Sweet Rest in Heaven",' "Sometime, So.T.-awhere", and "Rest for the Weary Soul.'".. The pallbearers were John Bridge, John Steele, George Thompson, A. i. Mercer,'Walter Blumel and� F. C.' Steele. . Interment was made' in'the public cemetery, Elder A.'M. Merkley dedicating the grave. : Fletcher and WillianiB sra m some improvements �to - their, garago; Mr. T. K. Roberts is'^doing.^the Vork, and in conversation 'V-ith thb Herald the contractor stated that he expected to build aii up-to-suhmitto4 at the annual mceeing of the Pro^by-teriaa church from ' the ; Sow}ay school, Ladies Aid, the ,A4^1t Bible class, and the church,- thei.past year has been particularly suoccsa(ul--'rivAll of the reports wore graitifying, and a brigjlit future was foreshadow^.d Jivthe enthus'la'stic addresses of tlte'Various officers of the church and, alUpd-'Soplr eties The pastor. Rev, Smith, Is now located jn the'.attrac't^vpi;^Inans(^: �  - -� - a.-tai.."vri;t,;-,i-mrt.�f: The Associate Boards of Trade are circulating the following letter throughout Southern' Alberta. The Board is trying to reach every farmer and carry to him the me8sag0 of the Mixed FaTmlng Convention. Entries are pouring in in large, numbers the total now being forty-five. Dear Sir:- We have been informed that you are interested in the development of Southern Alberta throng]^ mixed farming, and a special in^vritatlon is here extended you to attend Alberta's First Jllxed Farming Convention, Pat Stock Shqw, Horse and Cattl? Sale, at Letlt-brldge, April 15th and IGth. The C. P. R. has tendered special low rates, provided you ask station agent for a certificate when buying a single ticket to Lethbrldge. On arrival go at once to the Board ot Trade in the square and have certificate signed. This will entitle you to a free return ticket (provided 100 certificates  are thtis signed, and -we look for upwards of 1000.) Every farmer's wife is entitled to the same rate. Every farmer and every man or woman in Southern Alberta interested in agricultural pursuits is eligible to attend the convention. There will be no charge for admiaslon to either the cbaventicJh or the' fat stock show. tThlB is golns to be a farmers' con-vpntlot in' the Interest of farmers, and we want farmers to come prepared to ejcprosa their views on mixed farming and the -Way .to - profitably market the prtducts. Wo are Invii-ing experts along .mixed farmlhg .lines of tj>6 Domlnloa and Provincial departments of agriculture, the National Resources deiiartment of tho C. P. R. and a number of the leading practical and- successful farmers' of Southern Alberta. These men will be prepared to answer questions and furnish best InformatJoa to, farwers, and some will demonstrate their, methods, The time la ohort for us to prepare, therefore to: aid in securing suf-Jlolent. cars and train service, please fill out this post card ,aud mall at once. Allen Jack, t ; D. J. Hay, iW: PInley. Secretaries. D IS , AFTER NEWSPAPERS Steamship and Railway Tlokott FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE Can be purchased on this side and forwarded to your family or friends. , Our way of han','''^''',.' / ' if^, ," THE ENGINE Consider Jtbe Knlgflit Engine. Mr/ Knight, the inventor says that the Engine dn the Russell-Knight / "28" is, at every conceivable point, th;e tnoat efficient and most magnificent englnet that the automobile Industry has ever known. Its performance, ; under all conditions, i* simply, wonderful. The motor Is' a four cylinder 4% bore by B% In. stroke,, 'the ' �2�ceptJonally long stroke giving particularly even pulling-power at slow speeds. There is not a single gear or spring in' tJhe motor; oilont chains are used exclusively for the operation of moving parta and for the drive to the magneto and pump. FORCE-FKEb LUBRICATION The system of lubrication Is positive. It has been, perfeotadl and slmpllflad. The oil Is strained three times after leaving the bearings before reaching the pump. , . ,;� RUSSELL ELRCTRldSTART-ER This Starter has been tosted and Improved until .we know it to he as perfect as human - Insosulty . can maHe a starter. It will turn bhe motor over :rapldly-' and quietly and If necessary, � will actually .develop enough- power to run the oar for more than thirty minutea. AU you need 'to do is to raise the switch, , Could anything be more simple or more conducive to the comfort of motoring? . ELECTRIC LIGHTING .Here isunotber example of Rus-- sell super-development. We have, after t^xhuustlve tests adopted a combined electric lighting and; self-starting dynamo and. motor.: This 1ft connection wltjhftbe storage battery : ln-.tbe .car,- not only suppHas power to start tho motor, but provides the electricity to keep the batteries, charged and to light all the lamps on the car. The dynamo is.of the mpflt iro-�proved type! The armature takes / .the place of the fly-wlieel of tbo engine, In this way It UaB not TONNCAU WIND SWIE-LD been necessary to add^a . The Engine exhaust heating ar- rangement Is an exclusive R^Sr new bearing or a single new moving 'parf- nor any extra. weight to th'e inechanlsm ot the car,, All fly* lamps on th� car are electric aud an electric*; light i^ provided on'the dash for the speedometer. .It is go arranged ' that this light goes out; whea thetall' lamp does, a timely warning tp the driver, which may be of frequent value. THE CLUTCH AND TRANSMISSION The clutch, which is of the milP tiple.disc.type, is incorporated in the same aluminum housing wltti the IranemJsslon, and forms a unit with it. This is connected at the forward end ,-wlth the engine by a noiseless universal joint of a type iwMch is un-r Ique in bbia country and which has been ua^d.only on some of the IilBhest grade European oars. � IVhlB unit will transmit power to the rtiar axle with les.� loss of 'enargj' than any\other transmls-aipn unit Isi any oar oa this continent. THE AXLES The front axle is a singlo drop forging, "r; beam section with Thuken roller bearings. The rear {alelB of th9 full floats ing Timken type with roller beariugs. It iB not only ample Ux strength for the car-but It is silent in operation. POWER TIRE PUMP The driver can taUe this oar out with the assurance that if a tiro runs down all'one has to do is to attach the.ho3e connection, . wait while the'engine pumps the tire, diaoonnen^ and go ahead. THE TIRES for the car are ample, Dunlop Tratftion Tread. 36 X in. We furntsih non-�kld tires, because i they are, a.feature of safety and convenience. -The tires are .mounted on demountable rims anil a- spare rjm is supplied. This makes tiri� ohanglng ^osy - and li�lps tOiavoid^Toad-sIde repairs. sell feature. People oan ride tin the tonneau of an open RusseU oar in winter in comfort The tonneau wind-shield and the en- ' glne- exhaust Ihentlng arrangement keopi the ,oar oomfortably warm.. . :� ,-.�.��. THE BODY- The body Is of the semi^tW-pedo type, giving 'full proteo-tion to the occupants. , Is we have lnoorpor�t�d asjy f^ft-tura'that could Iroprpve-theioom-fort or efllclenoy of- th* o^v. There isn't: a car today (that i� being assembled or bein^- Imported Into Candida- that op oon-mence to compare' wit* wMn'' value for the money. The sajRie type ot .car in tho'rUntte^Stateli is ^old at from |S,600 up, Ru$seU Motor Car Cop, Ltd. CALGARY, AlrTA. HEAD OFFICE AND FACTO F^Y WEST TORONTO. ; . -.Bramohes "at 'Te'ronioi  Hamilton, Moptr'^'aj, . Winnipeg, VanpqMYer.', ' Melbourne, ^u^ij .- i '''inTrltr-u-','1. 9490 ?6?8136956007632 ;