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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiii:(lay, March 15, 1913 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Stude^aker (E-M-F) Studebaker (Flanders) "20" The World's Best Medium- Priced Cars To say tHat ttie Studebaker "20" and "30" models are the best medium-priced cars in the world may sound like an extravagant statement, but we mean every word of it. We know it is true. More than 100,000 Studebaker oy^niers bear out our statements. So universal an endorsement is an argument beyond question. When 100,000 people agree you can be absolutely sure. The time has come when in a Stxidebaker "20" or "30" a man can invest his money as confidently as he can in a government bond. He is as sure of satisfaction as he is in the purchase o| a standard watch or other 3vell made machine. You take no chance; in bitying a Studebaker. The "30" is a big, roomy car of handsome appearance, fully equipped and fitted with four-inch tires and electric lights. Now full nickel trimmed, it h�is the appearance of cars selling at double the pric^. The "20" is a Canadian car whose design exemplifies the best automobile practice the world over. In public performance and trials of all kinds three qualities of this car have been repeatedly demonstrated. These are Speed; Power, Hill Climbing and Reliability. ~~ ~~ 'STEIIiING PICTUllES OF THE WILSOIs^ INATJG URATIOIS^ Taken by Underv/ood & Underwood. Ex-President has recovered his oldt-lrfie. smile, which vanished when he assumed the cares of office. To X The \ Studebaker ^^^^ Corporation, WalkervUle, Ont \^^^ PleMe send me catAloffue ^ howinjr your car*. ^ W�m� _ V Addra�_ Studebaker (E-M-F) "30"-$137S lyiOpElS AND PRICES Studebaker "20" Toiiring....____........ .$ 950 Studebaker "30" Touring................. 1,375 Studebaker "20" -Delivery................ .,1,000 prices p:o.b;walkbrville,ont.' \ Western Auto Go. Dealers far Lethbridge, Alberta. HELP M Fredericton, March 14.-The govarn-ment has Introduced a bill -wUioh. will revolutionize th^ crown lands administration policy of this province, the main feature Is that while the -interests of the  large limit holders are adequately protected, small operators are at the same time afforded areas and opportunity to carry on miH operations succeasfully. Every ejjoQur-ag�nient, in the shape of honuc aftd free extension of leases Is offertd to advance the conservation of timfeer.' HAS DEVICE OF SOME VALUE CtiAlfMS IT WOULD RENDER AIR-: SHIPS U8EUE88 IN TIME OF ^ WAR * Montreal, Que., March 13.-That he had discovered a simple but certain mpans of withstanding attacks from military airships is the news which 'Anton Selander, a naturalized Swede froin St. Q�briel De Brandon, Quebec, brouglit to Montreal today. Ho will pot divulge his discovery except to Col. Sam -Hughes. He is certain ho can convince all military auihori-ties and he wants his method to he employed for the defence of the British empire alone. .'fMy metliod is so simple ithat a child could use It, and yet I can prove that,it tWill result in destroying airships ai aay -height vis-inble or i invisible in auy' weather.'' Selander was a-former officer in the vSwedish arn^y. He came to Canada six years ago. �� V Those Dear Girls Again^ . Clara-Rose told me 'that you told' her that secret I told you not to tell heI^ ' - �� ' Belle-She's a mean thiingr! I told her not ta tell you. , Clara-Well, I "told her I wouldn't tell you she told me, so don't tell her �I did.r-Lippinoott'B. . Medicine Hat and Redcliff WE MAVE BUYERS WAITING AND SOLICIT YOUR UlfiT-iNQS. GOOD BUYS ALWAYS READY. REFERENCES: ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, MEDICINE-HAT. J. A. Bell & Co. TORONTO STREET MEDICINE HAT HE HIGH FF. Renata Man. Thinks Shutting Out American Fruit Would Benefit Him . Look Here! "^il Do you want to seU your Medlolne Hat property? � If so, list ' 'It with us for quick sale. We have buyers vval^ng to vpioj? up anything that Is good if the price Is right Richardson, Teniiant, Splane & Co. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. . .P. G. Drawer 1110; Phone .984. vMedlcineH^t The Cheap Power For AH Industries HOUN-SBY-STOCKPGET IBWimm . - ATO OIL ENGUsTBS. ~ - ^ . �   Portable and 8tat|o(iar) ^;Bun^ing Costs very low. Simple to'^Yo-rls, \, ; Durable, Sq,fe, Reliable, * '\ S. G. Haddock^ '^.^�^�'::'V-',y:.y-'^�':t ;;:,:,;;e;.CHl8HOLMv,EtL0CI�v '^V5 8BS JASPER,AVE,.NUE ' / �o'r and even say finer.. Every spring !� see cherries from the south .retailing In Nelson, 40 cents the poAnd, and not luclous fruit like my own, which is ready, for market a few days later. The best price I can get for far better fruit Is 15 cents, and now It goes at 10 cents, and I would Indeed he gkd it I could he sure of that latter price. ^ By the time our early frujt � reaches the great prairie market, it has to compete with a glut of fruit rushed-in from 'the other Tslde. There' is no cream tor the B.C. fruit-grower,' A good stiff tariff would check all; duniping of'our neighbor's surplus on Canada's home market,, and Ivdd not; believe it would result in any great rlso in the price of fruit to ;the consumer. I have no doubt that tlie prairie farmer of ten pays : exorbi? tiiftt prices for his fruit, 60 cents, for-a pound of cherries I-had 'from, goo^i authority,; and. so you toaofi , him to rail! at the tariff, while the. real cause is in freight rates, arid moBt"ot; aU'ln your own middlemen'.,i A bar-, rel of apples., for owhich, the Ontario; grower got $1.00,'gold to .the.'pralt^e � consumer for ?5.(i(J., Could you lay tliat to oi�p in,qda�a.ta iJfxWl Or Bvon- can it be laid against transportation rates?' Surely the greed of a prairie man was the real "nigger in the woodpile." But the following is the point I set out to make. In B. C, in its mountain valleys, there are thousands of acres of the best fruit and vegetable lands: lands'that are too broken for. grain growing or ordinary farming; but of this land ten acres will support a family, and keep all members husy ..growing fruit to be sold at living prices. Is it not wise on the part of our government to encourage this Industry? British Col-umBla could support hundreds of lUiousands at trult-growlhg, but as yet the industry is in Us Infancy. To the south we have a competitor 'who has been much;'longer in the business. His acreage an fruit is much larger. His treeff are older, and so yielding more he'avily. He la hotter organized for buying supplies and selling product, for experience is the great teacher, ari'^';!!,^ has long- er at school. Morebyer, this competitor took good care, of, hl| honi.e market, building a high tariff wall around it until now he hasi It well in hand, and fully occupied,* and having a surplus Ire reaches out for ;the lion's or eagle's share of our home market. When ^a farmer hitches a young, undeveloped colt, with, an old horse, he gives the colt �tlie long end of the double-tree. Should not our government show the same common sense. Our lyuit-growiug Industry is like the colt-it is in the developing and educational stage, We need the tariff as the long end of the double-tree. Kenati, B.O. F. W. NASH. A Strange Place Lady-"Have ypu lost yourself, little boy?" Little Boy-"No! Boo-hoo! But I've found a street I don't'know!" Britain is Suffering More for Men Than for Equipment London, March 15.-The Royal Flying Corps will possess a total of one hundred. aeroplanes by the end of next month. This total will.include the maiphlneB purchased 'by the ;War Office and,the Adiniralty at the Aero show, the twenty-four machines of the. Army type now 'being delivered by outside construotors, and the machines acj^ually in. use at the Central Flying school on; Salisbury Plain, the naval ?lying , headquarters at Hast-ohurch, and the Royajj aircraft fac tory at Farnborougb. With this number of machines soon in .hand, the que'stion of personnel has again become a problem. There: are ,not enough men in the Army.) and Navy with sufficient know ledge .and experience of aeronautics to man these craft, and so the Corps bad to go outside for civilian flyers and give tli'cm a.rmy rank. A Borrowed One Firts Party-"Don't you ever carry an umbrella?" Second Party-r'iNo, I ha'te to have everybody lookin' at me with suspicion."-Philadelphia Telegraph. PaWrupCaiiH�I, Besonra Fgial CO Q7(" � mH UnilvUed holHi (0�ef) #0�eJ��l� �Tolal Assets (Over) as sooQ as you receive it is much more likely to be saved than if you keep it around in the Jtiovise or your pocket. It cannot be loft't, stolen or burned, and ia far less likely to be spent, , '> ' �With a deposit of a dollar or more you can open an account with the Union Baukj-b^ariug interest, and receive a.Passbook. Why put it off? LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY !.AKEaBRANCH Q. r. TINNING, Mansger A. 8. KINQy Aotg Manaaer THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKEK. C.V.9�l,I��,,P,C.I;i,J�re�ld�i�t AWIXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIBP Generdl Manaser AMistant Gsaeral M.m�a�* CAPITAL, ^15,000,000 RBSTy $12,500^000 Issued by The Canadian Bank of Cohimerceen^W^ the traVellw to prpvide n"nse)fwithifuiids/v\fithout delay at^eacK^^^ IliConveriient yet inexpeiisiye manner. ;Tlie^^^ ; .fPjwntry :m'tUe:.>vprld4n ;d0aomlnati6ri8''of $10, $20, $50, $m $200 � \ the exacK equtvajent in'the moneys of the principal coDijtries stated ' Shfr^ri?^d"^ly^^^^^ ?Wlu^ly,..f.. .elf.. Mazeppa Alberta Has Excellant Openings for General Store. Hardware Store Lumber Yard Drug Store Oootor Restaurant Livery Barn Implement Warehouse. Bank- � Harpes* Shop Barber Shop Blaokemlth Grain Dealer Live Stook fi. Poultry Dealer, Boarding House. MAZEPPA Has a tributary tanrltory of 100 square miles of tbe oldavt and most thickly popuSated ml^-ed farmlns district ot Alb�rt4i. Asquith & lindsey Agent* fop Southern Atbflrta Royal Bank Building, Lethticld0� J. C. (^REENWOOD & OO. * 80 MoDpugall Blook, Oalgary>  Alberta. Utilise Our Services WE ACT AS ?BXElClUTOR AND TRTJSTB3B UNDER : ' WILLS, LIQUIPATORS- 'ASSIGNEE, RECEIVER, GUARDIAM-OR^ INFANTS, ;AND'COMMITTEE OF LUNATICS, '/ ' ETC., ETC. We undertake flnanoial. agencies of all kinds, superlntendi Invept-; ments and oolleot dividends, Interest and agreement paymenta.^' GIVE VOUR BUSINESS TO � xV A UOCAL ENTERPRISE. BRITISH CAI^ADIAN TRUST & GUARANTEE COMPANY � Cpnybeare'^Bfopk, Lethbrldgo, Alberta. ' C, F. P. Conybeare, Esq., K.O., D.C.U. J. S. Kaxtoip, President. Manager and Seo^y;,;) IT IS -A*3V.ISABLE TO NOMINATE A Trust Compan:^ As Ypur Executor BECAUSE IT DOES NOT DIE OR GO AWAY ON VACATIONS, OR GET SICK, . ANDi^  ' -,Re&P0N8IBLE The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE ConipiEiny, Limied Public Administrator and^OffJelal Assignee for the Judicial iDIstrlet-^'i , ' , � � -of- /. LETHBRIDGE,, \[A/ii(^UBqtX, CALGARY, yVETASKIWIN 220 Eigfjth AVenm;We8t, Calgary, H. A. Howard,-H/lanager/" /C. contract, plajfi tday. " It vflU PW *| >|ou.-i-lt(i^ean,becoming your own landlord aVj| Cm^ii^l fevegtmeiit.Jo;4t4^^ Hom9''oW,ce,->ne4�(o Building,-^VancoJivtir^;,8. "^-I^ f ? - \ ;Wet()b'ridge;.q^ffl5e^S07,8b�rlp9k paifdlf liflilii 67 04 ;