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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May THE LETIIJtltlDGK DAILY HERALD Page 5 E-M.-F Over Owners Commend Studebaker Cars Did you ever consider how nnicli the testimony of 000 owners means! Suppose j'oiir-l'il'ths of all the inhabi- tants of Quebec should come lo one iU'd. suy: these Stiulebaker E-M-E and Flanders "20V cars, because I own one. They archill right, tho biggest values .you can it tsike over two weeks, at ten hours a day. Jor .Stridebuker E-M-F "80" "20" owners to tell you this about their cars. and.when yon realixe'tliut for iif service-at least five'pebplevkiiow ox.act I v liow good it is. yon could say that there arc. moic Flanders' "20" bb'osters are inhabitants in Hamilton, St. John and Calgary put Ihe IK UK Jidous w (ighl of si r li ipjn d is LI helm Thcie isji't nso to w huh ou could put c u these Stiulcbikci (rwnus Inun i c beJoic on 67000 owneis puncd tint L-M-1 SO ind Fhiidcis'30' Lais no ]ust is is e s M Studcbikci will kll his caj is I istot tli tn thing utni lis ho meets on tin toad (Sludcbikci t uj, 11 c haht, OACI olhti i us Cannot go sink in You. hdc fa You fun be '-arc, loo, llini hcrovor von you will ays net bacL The isn't Ituilt thai lias in it hetlci niiuorin! or K more skilll'tilh niainilacturcd llian the StudcbaLor K, _M E "30" .imlJ'Mandcis cars ]u our facloiies cais arc (otislruetod I lie utmost citjc. Our rcsotuocb uic enormous, and our immciiso piodudiou which, counting sales m all pads ol (lie -world, aooregato close lo cars this year, cnalilcs to build wondiufully good cms at low prices. AVc arc employing all logethei and men with .1 monthly ]iay-roll o( about 180 tni per din are leaving oni different plants, requiring en ci CO special li eight cais to Uaiispoil'tliem of highci piioc cost more onh because so tew ol therti are built. Any or ear would ( Hindi iJ were built anuuallv. Xot what a costs'hut hal it is woith, should he voui standard. AYe could inanufactuic any compelinq eai on the mai- kel and in (Juaiilitics in we sell Sliidobalvej E-1E-P "30" and Inlanders "20" cars, sell the other ear lor less money lhan you aie asked by other inannlaclurers today. In an E-S1-E "30" or Flanders, "20" you not only buy cxttaoi.dLna.nly ,1ml, dollar J'ou ;do 11 ai, you moie for yom money in an} 'oHJic'riaf "whatsoever. Canadian Cars for Canadians STUDEBAKER-FLANDERS "20" TOURING CAR, F.O.B. WALK6RVILLE Top, Windshield, Prsst-O-Lite Tank and Siieedometer Extra ROADSTER, J950 F.O.B. WALKERVILL8 Prest-O-'bite- Tank and Teai1 ofl the attached coupon iincl niail-itnow. You Avill be interested jii our iiew catalogue. If you arc considering takiujHwkalcc's selling car, j ou better write us. Some territory still open. The Studebaker Corporation of Canada Walkerville, Ontario Limited The Western Auto Company, Ltd. Phone 1454 311-11th Street S. The Letubridge. Daily Herald ORIGIN OF FIFE WHEAT Hid Iti Birthplace in Otonabef, in Pttcrboro County, Ontario Hoy Gill-ay says in tlve Peterborough that Otonaboe. township the original home ot file wheat. "Nearly, a century ago David Fife sent to a [rieml in Glasgow for a aniall tag of seed ivheil to trj In a cleired yatLh o( the bicltwoods The friend some seed from a just Ih from Dantzlc. Unfortunately, it. was fall wheat, and reached; David Fife in the spring. Nevertheless, he it that spring. Only throe heads atuvned till the fall, but tlios'e _wore entirely free from the ruat'tlmt had riiiueil tho crops ot his neighbors and 'callj represented a new variety of. wheat. David Fife saved tiie seed aiul ,phinted.rit in tlie spring. Such was the beginning ot the famous Fife wheat.. It has been known 'to millers here and in Britain as the best wheat ever pro- duced for the production of "strong' bakers' flour. It was taken to Mani the early settlers forty years ago, and the result was the es tablishnient-of "Manitoba Hard' as the highest grade of milling known on Atlantic' ocean. PAT IS MAD Aid. Meehan St. Thomas .used the word "thugs" In referring to the Board ot Trade critics of tho cilj council which refused on legal gioinds assisting to piy for a null licity commissioner. Developing and Printing for Amateur Photographers LET US DO YOUR DEVELOPING AND PRINTING AND WE WILL GUARANTEE EXCELLENT AND PROMPT WORK AT A MODERATE PRICE. (to CKKS OKJG AND Phone 555 "lUfHTtPT 3rd Avenue S. HE WANTS MORE FNf.fKH FARMFRS JUilUUAMAA K SHAUGHNESSY WOULD LIKE TO SEE AMERICAN SETTLE- MENT EQUALIZED London, May US. Sir Thomas Slmughneasy, president of the C P H., is in. London, an important business visit, arid expresses himself with characteristic LI very thing- is-moving'steadily, and satisfactorily in said Sir Thomas to .a press _ '.representative. The outlook ia highly more emigrants than ever are nrrtv ing. Business man from England in larger numbers arc now prospecting Canada, and undoubtedly.' them will a coiiBlderable influx of turing concerns. There is ample room for safe and profitable Invest ment in Canada, but investors should scrutinize fhe securities in which they propose to invest their mone> Sir Thorny outlined the future de- velopments of the great railroad with which he is associated. "The expenditure this said, "will be very' heavy, particu- larly on fho construction ot now lines nnd rolling stock. The company has inmlc ndctpiafu arningonients for lijuisportins the large grain crop ex- (his yenr, nlthough all tlie grain can never he moved same titnc. grain, however, has! ever suffered owing to transportation difficulties. "Although we are .glad Am- erican farmers coming Western remarked Sir Thomas, "we woiild prefer a larger number of.ex- perienced -farmers from England to equalize matters. PLAY NAKED IN THE Montreal, Arny -play Ing naked in the snow of the Alps at Switzerland, in order to the sunlight cure for tuberculos- is diseases of the bone find joints, was one. of tho remarkable sights .inves- tigated by Dr. A. J. Richer, the Mont- real tuberculosis .who for the pas( seven months has been visit- ing sanitaria in Europe KO as to give to the Dominion government a report on the latest methods now in use to combat, the disease. Dr. .Richer con cludcvl his Investigations, by attend ing the international tuberculosis con- ference at Home, from April 10 lo 1-1, and the international tuberculosis congress from April 11 to 21 at the same place. WERE STUNG BY MARCONI STOCK London. May Daily Mall states thnl as a result of the recent wild spenulatlon In American Mai torn" shares. Stock Hxchnnye bulls may have lost as much as lictweon Iheni. and tluit r.hia sum will have to bo found when ihe day of reckoning arrives. The Stock Kx- liiifi Jiot yet fixed the dale of settlement, hut it must, soon conic-, HAD THE LARGEST TRAVELLING. BILL death of Gen Sir John "Wimbiirh In Lun- don, England, yesterday, 'recalls the fact that, be was.the only..-member of the Canadian House of Commons who 'ever drew his travelling expenses as a member from London; Eng., to Ot- tawa He was the representative of Slvel- burno, N.S.. in 1SS7, and for some years thereafter, but during his term of office, hexwent over lo London to live. Then there came the call for the members to assemble in Ottawa, and Genera! Laurie" responded to "the call Bui. 'when he came, lilie all the oth- er members, to put in his statement of travelling, expenses, lie put in hill for ten cents a mile from London, Eng.. to Ottawa and return, thus re- ceiving ten times the amount to which was entitled. The resuh was that the law was changed KO as lo make the allow- ance for travelling expenses apply solely to the member's domicile in Canada, M. P. P. TO GET A JOB Winnipeg, May Reports readi- ng the city from Ifamioia are lo the' effect lhat William Ferguson, who J represents constituency in the legislature, will shortly resign his' seat and HiKc n pavilion In the inter-! ior department. Hceve Cochranu, of j IManchard, is, it. Is said, slated as the government candidate In tho Lion' which will probably be held in thu lain Kiimmtit' TEDDY'S MANAGER IS VERY POSITIVE THAT HIS CANDIDATE-WILL HAVE SIX HUNDRED DELEGATES IN CHICAGO Mav 29. So far as their nppMl to the voters ol couutiy is concerned L'ol Roosevelt's complete victory in Kcw Jersey 1ms brought to a rinse an unprecedented- ly bitter light in Mr. Roose- velt, President Taft and Senator Lar follcttc have been almost constantly cnsiiced for the last three months. .South Dakota's primary .lime 1th, and the state convention of Arizona and Ohio will not engage the person- il activities of any ot the candidates. Koosevclt's, campaign manager pre- dicts that he will have 000 delegates at the national republican convention Chicago. The attitude of the Taft managers here indicates lhat thcv will lend S. New, in effect to seat Senator their full support to Chairman Harry, tflihti Hoot of York as tempor- ary chairman of the convention GOT INJUNCTION STOPPING WORK CIVIL AND POLICE COURT PRO- CEEDINGS OVER ATION.TO BUILDING II Johnson and Chailes tinsmith, aic in a niix-un over tight oi the former to huild a parti- tion jnd thus construct an office ID the building on lot 20, block 16 Hound birrel It serais, Mi Walsh hu i lease of what is called the alloy: way, foi 20 vcan, Ills lease him the use of the most veoluh 476 and Mi Johnbou started m to build an ollice, and Mr Walsh dispute! light 10 do it Mi Ritchie appwrfd lefore Judge Winter vestardiy and on affidavits presented granted an exparle injunction restraining Mr. Johnson from continuing the work. The injunction being interim June 7th On the strength ol ihe uidge's order Mr Walsh removed it .started by the list nigl.t There wasn't any grand atanil plav It a quiet, orderly pro- rccding Mr lolmson sa} s he will ap- plv at once for an Older the mjunclion Mr S Ball is Ins solicitor. Ah Johnson is also in other trou- ble 01 er these celebrated "'mprme- ments" nhich will cost about J25 in all 1 'e has, been iiimmoned to ap- iiear lit police court Friday to an- swer a charge of carr) ing out the work without first obtaining e per- mit He that tile work must cost before a permit is neccisaryj anil lhat that amount mil not he in- volved in the proposed altetalions GOMEZ REBUKES THE NEWSPAPERS WIRES'NEW YORK ABOUT ACTUAL CONDITIONS PRE- VAILING IN CUBA Cuba Ma} pub- lic opinion in the bmtcd States 13 heing much misled hv false reports in regard to conditions 111 Cuba is the feeling ol President Gomez Today he heniied the Following bigned state- ment to the' Times correspondent "To the Editor' of the Xew York "It but natural that should seek sensational neus To manr the. failure to'.obtain such news is a (USappoinTmcnii and ol Lourbe, tile result is that false reports been published m the United States, misleading public opinion. "You have a special correspondent! in this he can easily comimtm- caic with Santa Clara hy telephone, lie can likeuise telegraph to Ormto or he nwu he pleases No matter n hat means ha may utilize {to seek, information he find lhat Ihe eiception o( the region comprising Guantanamo, San Luis, Palma Soriano and perfect tranqulhtv prevails; T now in the district, and they will be di- vided into small groups to actively pursue the scattered bands ol rebels, ho up lo Ihe present1 time avoided by eierv possible means all encounters the government (ore- T sent 1200 additional-men to'.the srene }esterday and 1 expect to have within a few dajs a strong force in the firid under the command of Major, General Montoagudo. .lose Republic of Cuba SCALDED TO DEATH Tlio .voting son of Thomas. Fcfgti; KOn, tri' Islny. Qnt., scalded to. .death by.faljlnc iiito a irnll of water. WOULD LET ALL SHIPS USE CANAL SECRETARY 8TIM8ON NOT IN FAVOR OF RESTRICTING BOATS IN PANAMA Washington, Mat 29 liimson lold tlic stats committed .on cnnals yesterday avoicfl permitting railroad owned tcamships to use the Pan canal ndcr regulation of, the inter-staU omnicrce commission. The iccretary ared that IIP. would not exclude ailroad ships before :wrong omiriitted, any more than avc a child killed because it wai hrn.tcned with the mumpi. He fay- red the same tolls tor lorcign provided it did, not violate any treaty relations. ;