Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
TtlK uialGooc v .Convenes in Ottawa Next Week tho Tloayjf pArk, Ollavr, from April rlusfTO, wilt rover a lo H, In anJ of Ion The tiral rftQRo ihan at nuy preivtlfns suiTCSsru'i cvmeros uiulcr iV.e auspices of Ite Ita itxxl? lIcKids aPsiK'Utliin, and lecturers will present more provinces nnJ (Hii Iho fast? in any of Ihp vtnns anJ this will on- Eiire a torurrehemlro confide rntlou rf road eonifciUstan, i ot 4iut mi- rvxnl, gu xbii-h trubjrfvi hr If au Col., ways commission. will from' the lu which I iiHu-li sluily. iv, ti Y roniuilsflottor for NOVA mJ jfVMKU j nt taHMttM hHI rfe'iuUM U NO i W'UXOAV, AI'UU, 7, il with m ot poit'iiuTr i? has Sootla. uill au ntate-Ials from o( II. T. lUack. rlty Hogartb. chli-f uay? ilcj'i, will Gco. iuivr. OnUrio l ft H. sUnrtnoInU of climatic. "Dralnjgx1 scJ KfcioGic. (riffle end cttier loral Jlubor, lorr. lias been of replug the paper and W. PF practical and as slfclo The "'ill hr devoted nln'.osl IP ill? of rural ro.icl wIOi an avoidance ol lorras. wlxiro Hie afternoon Though Inf. largely urban meihtwls. uf surface nialultmanCc. wiili other i uorM uhK-b, lU IwUL hxvtf beea iVH Ilie hUlory ottho liuo under Ihr Amrrifaii flag. lulo iKildiiico asulust Ger .110 iLroun A uuvy In 5 irons Hi ertifteucy aniona Iho (oremost afl AH army aimparaih ely a mall, highly cifii'foiLt, but S. Ontario Ulnhvuys rn o( on "Urauna W. ik'L. llun- tor. of tho clV'y eniiueprlng ilrparl., OUruva, will aUo. lecluro. 1'rof. lilatichard. of unt-l coumry'd yeril and behtuJ llieir New Yorfc, will describe the president with a patriotic ftrvor and mosL ccotioitiical uielhoJh [urnruithiR HID of by rt i-ltlrcur> ot SOtOflO.COO ot mil- lury duly; liulustrial coiuparably the grealcst Iho world, already moblllied for public Eervke; ami ihe moral forca of more thtu XOO.- Americans nwatcneil lo iliolr roaii of to enear, will bf under- elardil'Io ihf1 lay Tho inhibition of in'Jl bo iho most cooiulele yet in Canada, Jrpm iho pick and 10 Iho largfsi antl most modem 013- rhlnns. will be nlnced upon the labor saving possibilities of newer In view of Urantford, l read a paper on opeutcg, session., of conjcrvlns; roED-power at Rcrucck, tho ilie present Mine and becausa ot labor Hurt- war The'QlTldaL representative of the Dominion government bas not yet been desleiiRLc-l. but It is expected ilial .the of the good roads laoTe'mcnt will be recognized by the participation of one or more high per- tonages. The Eoveniments of Quebec i and Ontario will both be, represented In force by cabinet ministers and of- fielels.. Hen. J. A. minister oi roads for and Hon. Waller Mitchell, provincial treasurer', uavo both accepted, and D. Michaud. deputy mliiiater of. roads, and Road Engineers Henri. Fafard and Fraser will al.ao lake part in the proceedings. From Ontario are cs- peclcd Hon. F. G. Macdinriuid, min- i ler of public works, and HbD-'George E Hen the new minister Of agri- culture A. McLean, deputy min- of of iho 4n_ericau Read uuildc-r5', flESoc" and past president of the Dominion Good lloadB associaiion, will ment his address with an exhlbitian of slides showing French road scenes These'will be .doubly interesting, uol onir'as Illustrating France's road system., bui also as showing" localities over hich fighting has occurred Illne ses have i prevented .-Ir. 3Ic- Leah's "nllcndancc at the two con grc sc anil.he will receive a warm relcome at the cominR gatherms- The provincial roa'd Bodies1 will i hivef official delegates'in allendance Vill include S.'L. Stjuire, hon- orary pre of ttie Ontario IJocd j v- of Ihc same organ- ization; Fred G.-Pearson, president 01 the Nova Scotia Good Roads Paul D. Sargent, rntcf engineer. concrele paveuicnis (or city sad rayslry1- roads; TLos. Adaius. adviser lo the Domiulou Conservation com- will apeak on roads in Ilielr relation to town planning; ;iud U. U. Morleyt secretary of iho Outarfo Safety league, will tell o( the work accomplished by bocly, An (in- portant will be Ibat br b. H. survey. Do- minion Depart. ,ot Mines, who will tafce up the localioa of dcpos'la of ruatl materials throughout tho coun- fv In all sotue eighteen papers will he fount! oil tfie 'programme, while afxiut flsty engineers and road tuilders of (he ensuing discussions. Archbishop Jaulhieraud fifahop Roper, of Ollawa.' Ahhough much renialus to IP done. ofticfals. heUave tho nation's destinies arc now uo matter how stub- born or prolonged may be Ihp pressure of German lullitarlsm or how wide tho tcoIK- of German iutrlgue. The navy, always the first, tine of defense, but 10 Uayd ago to recruit (o the full war strength of OO'i already has almost Qllalnei! (fan total. To provide urlillitonal officers a i of mfdshitimca been graduated three monlhs ahc-ad ot It? Iliue. A ueivly-crguQlzed patrol of sub- marine chasers on duly and huni) rods of Finall craft to augment It arc under construction. Array j both have 10 attend the 000 are ready to respond over nre less roaiplcte because o( the uncertainly over whn congress will authorize Tor tliol branch oE the service. 1 rcgubni numbering nearly 'ID whatever rail may come. The na SPECIFICATIONS-FOUR Studebakcr Strics FOUR is one of tlie highest grade four-cylinder cars on the .market. chassis Is perfected_frqni of study vbn one basic design, based on experience oE Studebaker cars In sen-fee in all pails of the NEW 24-HOUR RECORD Chalmers Car DOES' Miles In in Test Held In Chicago. Amateur drircrs under the sanction of the associa- tion established a 34-hour traffic TCC- ,ord in Chicago bEtTeen 12 o'clock Monday and 12 o'clock ..Tuesday, do- ,1ns E5G.S miles. _-. A Chalmers .T-passenger louring carl ivas used, and in addlllnn to the driv- ers, ihe car carried L. A. Hillman, the official observer of the American Auto- niuhile In preparing for this run. v.'hich was 22S.1 miles lieller thsn mark.made, ibn frst and second gears' 'were removed from.Uie car, leaving only the higo gpar nnd the reverse. "The entire run, vras made slopping. Thej motor averaged 13 miles to the gallon The run was confinad to the business district ai'tf to the most congested streets. The best PTCTIOTIS recorded traffic runs for' (he 2-i hours period''are two fn number, one by a Vaaxhall car in the city of London in'iflW. when 251 railoa were made and the other by Douglas Gray In a Chalmers in .New Yorl: In'lDlfi, whea 303.7 miles were nude.- Xoither of these records -srere oJiclal. Irr the Chicago run an average speed Gl'24.93 miloa was made for the entire. rfnr. Infs average having been ailain-l cd largely by.the night running. At I the tlie run, with the'motor j itill runnlne. smoothly the drivers; made a (rip fb1 the speedway where in a hich wind the car was put through remarkable speed under observation. v, .._.-. The body is as fine as the highest grzdz ma- tcnats he5t workmanship can produce. 'The .-finish is hand operations. The upholstering is made of-genuine leather on 'genuine long curled hair flyer the best coiled spring frame." work. SV- The lop is of higli-gra.dc mohair edged with Icalhcr. ;__..__ lonneau carpet is high-grade -vnlh leather. v. The thrsughout is distinctly liigli grade. Even'an'expensive Vale Tumbltr Lock is provided lor the In-shorl, the Studebakor FOUR indistinctly Ihc .greatest aulomobilc value, on the market today at: .any price. You CANNOT afford lo pay LESS for a four-cylinder ear when you can obtain this quality at is absolutely unnecessary to pay more. "Made-in-Canada" ir. Lee's telegram prorcs. -Tlio resources of lhe arc to great. RS lo make iinncccssarr crcn tcmpor- ftry flmhurrassmcnt to the (Jen-of. Chaimers dealers or to Chfll- nicrs owners throughonl Canada. The Wonderful Liquid Radiator Medicine Ucpairs Auto Rniliatois, Crackcrt Water Gas- kets. Makes Uic cooling systein Irak-proof solilei' or welding. POSITIVE 'GUAKANTEK BAALIM MOTOR CO. HARRY HOLMAK, Mgr, 'I'' The Ford Is 'Ecohomical E. average man can easily afford a Ford car. It is the most' inexpensive car to drive. 20 to 25 miles on a gallon of gaso- line is. an, eyeryrdiiy occurrence. 33 is frequently, reported by Ford owners. Yearly repair'expenses of less .than one dollar aro hot unusuol. Thu is light in weight, and tires give more niileage -on a Ford than on any 'Other car. You can buy h: Ford for yourself aijd one for your "wife the price fem; of 700 fordSero'ice-Stqtions.in of one car at S1000. You can run both Fprda at about the same expense us for oncv larger, heavier car. You can always sell a "used" Ford a good :price. You have to occept n big reduction for larger oar. Go and take a ride in the 1917 how comfortable it is. And stylish, ,tocP-stream line effect, tapered fenders, beautifti! finish. You need 'one for business. Your wife and children need one for pleasure and h'ealth.1'.. Ford (jiaragcr ,1232 .Third Avenue 3. Lclhbrldge''- Quality Goes Clear Through" Everything You Could Ask BACK OF UNION BANK Any -3; W In the Gray-Dort we do not offer you a car sofnething, to make the price 'possible. Gray-Dpri'. satisfaction'is tbmpleVe. You dp not compare the dollar' -You realize vrhcn'you'ridb in1it- tliat is motorcar offers. 'The pnce.js low! But more'money could not.'' motoring pleaayre; The same money could not'nearly buy ihe same motor in'other cars. PowerJul, speedy, roomy, absolutely reliable in every detail, beauti- ful in.design arid ih equipment from WestingKouse starting and lighting to the tools.' ALLEN JACK, Lethbridge 1 cylinder, e Uoc, type, ban 3Ji in., iirok iian htlicil. nan ntliciL. filler cirburtior. Then .a- ivpfion 3 t mil on lute .r.J lion. J2 inch cone cluub wiLV IIK. com- ipriep ind double row Ntw Ittic unrftr I tcimhrAujr duly fttriA "lie, Jf floiLLDfiekr "lit. lube let- Yen and Duty Uinnfp. 10 in. Afloat J7 irv.dlj'ptic'iVtr ttir iJiift-Jtver. liibt pedal. Ac- end thioltta ronlio] wlvccl. Arlilltry wood ion Koiby treid t-Trttrit U not turn covtrrj running Lock Lfnit'on rvitch. 'Dirfiljckl. G lourinf tnadftl 3 p. Grayj.Dort Motors Ltd. Chatham, OntV, rlinl.Mick.'