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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I TUT: LETHTVTUDGE DAILY IIEUATJV Saturday, November 22, 1013 101 HI- fffiG CajtiiJ On SrEit Lilts teslorei To KiJlfSi 8j "FitlH-lto" For thiit'y OpUb ?wan fcO- iwcd Ihc Grejt He his now :lireJ and Burwc'.l. wheie is flcll and highly csteciaed. FOBT liDRWEU, OXIC ilsv S'Jl. 1913. "A i'-ian has A poor chance of living r.A enjoyia? life whsn he cacoct eat. liat was was irroajr joss of appetite and Tvaa on ty Const-pollen. I have had rouble Ttith'tkeje d-stists for jfirs. I osi i great deal of fiuh and suCered s oaf '.ai'.tlT. For the last couple of yei rs, llive '.'Fruit-a-tivts" and tive so pleased trith the results that I -i6ve thta on rainy occa- sions to friends and acquiintir.ces. I -jn sare that "FmLt-2-tivf s" have helped giettlr. Bi' n- IrliLg "Fruit-n-tirts'l iccdrding to iircrtiotii, snj-lperson with dyspepsia Irillijtt benefit1'. H. SWAN i art sold by all dealers M; E box, .'ir ser.t on receipt cf prict bj Siuit-i- Licited, Otlav.i. Q ONEFOUB NEWS INSIDE HISTORY OF HIS REFUSAL OF THE POST OF'AMBASSA. DOR AT WASHINGTON N'ov. publication of Lord Eversley, a former member o- Mr. Gladstone's cabinet, of the cir- cumstances under which the meiH refused the post of minister at YVashiustou to lU-nry Labcucheie. has caused a good deal of tall: lu pol- itical circles. As Is veil knov.n tyaceu Victoria refused to have Mr. Labouehero am- CAPTAIN W. H. WKIGHT couiinan-iar of Ihe farrcsttts" vrUi iaciily. The Jarnts .Carrulhere put into cWmlasion last Hay. Stv> was Canadian nud'iaid to le the largest freight boat on inland waters in the world. When weal down-lit Lake Huron nearly two weeks aso, she cirrled nearly four huiulrcJ thousand bushels ot grain from the West. Capt. was one of llie SMt commanders in Uie Great 1-akcs. and his home was in Toronto, -where his mourning and family now reside. Strangely enough thls'ls the firct NovemVer'for ten years that Jlrs. Wright has not failed with her husband on h'is last trips'for the season. If she had carried out her ususl program, children would have been motherless as well as fatherless today, last Sunday or Monday, she carried nearly four hundred having ma tie or having faults which the sovereign ot the day rcfus ed lo overlook. -Mr. al- ways poseil as A niau who uevei taught o'fice, but Everate) Ehovrs that ho did ask Lord then" SecretSTV of State for Foreign j Affairs, for the Washington post, and because hp did. not get It never for-' save his old ijoiuical ally, although [as 11 turns out, tiio cabinet, and not Lord Rosebcry, refused to iiiake the j appoUitracat. Lord Rosobory brought tiie matter 10 the attention of the .cabinet by reading a letter from Labouchere, In which the latter said that not'haying .admitted to tho new sovc-rn- meiii, and. feeling the advance yean, he had no wish" to remain Ions- ia the House ofr Commons, lie added ttiil i! he remained his busi- ness vrould be, ns It always had been, to' attack the-existing government, arid it was therefore "to the" interest of ministers, that he should with- draw. He" had been thinking ovei what was possible for him. as" a justi- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR'EDMUND Prf.litnl ALBXAKDEK l-MKD. JOHN A1DP. Ajs't V. C. BROWili of Brewtu CAPITAL PAID UP, flfflO, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to provide himself with funds without delay at each point, of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable is country in the world in denominations of S60, S100, with the exnct equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries Mated on the face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe, setf- i demit) lay and easily negotiated. I Branch R, T. Brymner, "I Nov. Southwotth! tfjs Etcepiea a position ivith C. M. Conirey for the vanter. i V. sal for' 'the.: first Branch, and (he-staff hfre tinder Kd. time this terra. Thei raatttr'.pCchurch ha" Befn a husy renova'tioa was the chief'" topic ol -Miss KJalkrt, who was seriously ty accident at Wool- is in'aVing recovery renovation was the cniel topic ol discussion.- It'cidM--.fthal i -Mi-w.K.'alkrt, !something should te-dor.e-'to'.enlargc -ln a i the building. This iast wccl'' a qautioi of the nest BUSY injctite (o seii a poition ol the land! AROUND HARRISVILLE rnyhvercritogjah adjacent to the cfiutch b'iiilding'to The- growing thild, wilh a hearty appetite, certunly cannot Iccg rcmiia and bright if the of tie body, the bowelj and lidneyi, meel a pait ol the expense incurred by the improvements. "03. KarrhvilTe, Nov. pern are busy with their In Harrisvllle district. The numerous Chamheilain and family of, _ the Ower.dale district, south-east of; small pond? and telies afford an ex- Cardston, Mi 'his morning for New! celler.t opporlrmity for obtaining York. Mr. Chamberlain came, (o the'muskral. and a Mylu.3 indusiry haa west, only a lew years aRo, and. been established. Any or.O can make bought a half Msction ol land at I good wgca and a good trapper rtill Oirendale. He had a well stocked lir.ake as high aa ?10 a day. Veasel.s a.good equipment ol plentiful this.year and a goodly a---- i in v; JUVLIUIUI ailU ue choktd up wnfc acd was making inoney. But: number been eaplured. itnpcriliel thtt iho-jM be tbrcwo his health has good aod he :decided to return to the place -from '.whence he completion, i .The meeting of the lown Coyotes are uriuauaUy numerous all through the- dlslrln and Mike Alshas i kie's coop robhcd of nine turkeys I by these night thlc-ve.i. Dr. Minft Miaa Kill Pilll jalc fot reviving most cffectireljr, ckanitng the Monday, Mi it froto by W. H, Foattack Co., Ltd., XrociriEe, tnd IWbr, S erty. cornmiUce rcportet! that.ihe w.vjon the tame lines aa the rules of Ilia ler Mfsnstoris for (his year are torn-'Suez Canala. They do'not affect the rer ton rile previously read lo U. IV. Beck, huilding iispcttor ol' proclimatlon. Toronto; August 22, 1813. Russell Slotor Car Co., Ltd., City: Wl'h reference to the Model "23" curing car nn'nftaEei] hy me from veil tin April 1 hare noir driven i car over miles, Tilth satiEfaclion. '.The never, failed lo slart the .car. .It. is both eB'.c- icnt'iind "very 'piriverful. The electric" tishls and horn have.also wofSed splendidly. The heatins system under the rear seat has'.l'een used on night trips; and adiWytry gieatly to the comfort of tie iear-seat..paEB- ngers. The second vrind-shleld is invaluable. '1 consider the lines of the car and its finish estretnely i-eaul'irul. This Is the third Russell car I have h33. The springs are excel- have lidden in'a great nuin- her of other more expensive cars, but have yet to find one that rides so comfortably. TJp to tho present time'the car has not cost me a dollar for re pairs, nor haveJ had any with It 'on the road. Yours very truly, (N'arae on request.) NO. 3. NO. 2. Hamilton, ;OnL, Oct. 22, 1913.' Russell Motor Car Co., Ltd., 2J-20 Charles Street, City: 1 have just rtturned from a 1.3CO- mite motor trip, ar.d I 'want to ex- press to you'my entire satisfaction with the" way my "Russell" car made the trip. I have 'palil. prac- tically no attention to Id mechan- ism, and as 1 let my chauffeur go Lwo or thrc'-' weeks ago, 1 naturally hesitated somewhat about under- taking such a long trip alone. However, the- car ran perfectly, and asHe. from a mile tiro trouble had no difficulty-the entire trip. The car be very easy on tlies. With -but or.o exception, all my tires have gone over miles before we even had a puncture. It Ix easy-riding, noixcless and powerful. took all tbe hills through the Hcrkshlres on high, Al- though them were quite steep and long. have covered njllts, and the car mns as well to-day as It did at tho star! Wishing you every success .In building, a purely Canadian car, am, I f Sincerely, (Name oa request.) KNIGHT Our amlbitipxi was, and is t.o-day, to make" the. RUSSELL.': KNIGHT tile final type of motor car on We were content to spend years, and-; a great deal.of rnpriey to make certain that the RUSSELL the most advanced car of- the time. We wished to perfect what was already conceded an advanced product, We could Imve .placed, upon tho market a ear that would have com- pared most favorably with our com- petitors, yet we un- til our ambition could he realized, rather than give to eager purchas- ers a car that was incomplete in any detail. We have refined and improved pur cur, until to-day our owners speak ns these have written. (Their mimes iijid addresses can be secured from any llussel Branch or Agent.) MANITOBA CL-UB, Man.. Aug. 22, 1513. Russell Motor Car Co., Wlonipes, Man.: Dear Referring to your Model touring1 car, which 1 purchased rrom you in May, 1 have now made rolled in this car, including a trip to Minneapolis and return. The car-has given rao c.vcry satis- faction, nnd'clhnhed sand hills oil high on the way to Minneapolis. Motorists tell me this lisa never been done- before or. hifih speed. The engine runs beautifully; tho loif-slarter is absolutely perCect, and as far as coinfort 13 concerned it rides belter th'an any car I havo owned Ihla la the four- teenth car I have had. I also wish'to steak vary highly ol the treatment I have received from your stafl in Winnipeg', aiid (be care which has been taken of the car' In their garage. With Ui9 Itussell people standing behind th'clr car In this manner, 1 have not the slightest hesitation in strongly recommending" them to my (riends and Intending purchu- ers. Youra very truly, n fequeatjr NO. .4. 3-1'assenger Roadster M'assenger Touring 19M. 1914. JJ.200 S-rasseuger Phaeloa T-Ptssenger Touring All quoliilions f.oA. West Toronto. Russell Motor Car Go. LIMITED, CALOARY, ALBERTA HEAD OFFICE AND FACTORY Toronto. Toronto Hamilton BRANCHES AT Montreal Vancouver Winnipeg Melbourne IDTIWITHWIH" Toronto, OnL Sept, 18, 1913. Russell Motor Car Co., Ltd., West Toronto, Ont.: Dear lly present car IS the fourth car I have purchased from your firm, tho 'ifgilght 28" being my latest. I IhoughJ my "Knight 22" was a splendid car, but the "Knight 2S- proved to he. In tho words of sov- oral persons with ir.o, "A Dream." We think It near iMTpetual motion as It posslhls to get. 11 U stands ur- wllli as iipleep JB the "2i" I shall be ivsll satisfied. 1 owe you these remarks for the generous way you have treated me, anil you may publish them If you choose. Yours truly, IN'aroc on request.) 1 ;