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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MGE TWELVE Tiu: SATURDAY, AFHJt, MAKER dPORATION MAKING haui Motor Studebaker agents Make This Concern One of I hwv. teiu of this enormous project, ;iuil givos The following facts about 131 Acres In Extent When completed the plan! with its attending yards necessary to operation of ihe industry, will Largest Automobile Pro dams in World The Siudebaker i -Ihe largest makers ot aiHiniobilt-s in fclie world, just now spanning in plant extension .1 Be ml, Indiana, Tvluch will, when tmvloy skilled w jrkineit who vill give" practically all their intention io turning ou'. Uie car. A i-Ji- lion of Ihe South Bend Xews-TI-------- cover tbfc entire 13t acres of the Stu- debaker track, of which Co per cent. be covered by the laddUions and enlargt-ments, completed 'the enlarged plant will include a machine shop, 1175 feet by- 450 feet, equipped with all the mod- ern machinery necessary to ttie raanxi- facture of uuiomobiles. An t of SOQ te'el by ICO (cei. ith all the modem for arryine on this work, a cov- rluj feet by 160 leel xrouud space. a heat treatinc plaui. 10oO by ISO, a mpiug plfcnt. two storks high, and ering v. ground space o? 1050 feet H5 (cet. u tool house, four a srouiid space of 1050 t by feet, t tesT 1050 lest by a platform, 890 by 25, ar.d a ear storago S90 feel by 75 feet. Had it not been that '24 of are already con- structed, it Is doubtful if the Studc- bsker corporal ioii would be abte to oul Us plaus of enlargement b? ihe summer of 1320. however, they are, and In some in- stances the new modem machinery to be used exclusively ia the of stuilpbatei- Siutomobiles is already installed. !u addition the company 13 matins extension to Its a'ready OH- ormous parent plant in Detroit, so that wbeu completed the will rank among the greatest automo- bile coacerub' io ihe iuc juiuii UVLIU o- tc- latiuic- by J. T. (jraham of the Gm-1 fing four stories hlg'a. and cover- Who Yean' Experience In the Milk BuilneM Will Open a Store On THURSDAY, APRIL 17tk 710 Third ATMM-Sootli For sale of pure fresh milk, raw creim, Devonshire Cream. Olhef line win later eaorphilr Cheese, Cram Ctyess.Md olher sons. Devonshire Junkel'and .various dainties for tba fable Milk will be bottled at the farm within 15 minutes of milking and delivered dajir in morning Mill Order, 710 third Avenue South V City Onitrj Phone 1918 or THE SALVATION ARMY WORLD-WIDE WORK FOR ALL MISSIONARY. SOCIAL. RESCUE and SLUM. MEDICAL, EDUCATIONAL. EVANGELISTIC. Operating in 65 Countries and Colonies THIS BENEFICENT WORK IS IN URGENT NEED OF FUNDS. WILL YOU PLEASE HELP. DURING April 21 to May 3rd Contributiona Should, be sent to W.'Haauhon, Box 281, Letttrifee. AUCTION SALE HAVING BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS 'FROM -MB.' T. P. BOWLBY, WHO HAS SOt-D HIS FARM, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE, THE FOLLOW- ING FARM STOCK EQUIPMENT At In fvm 3 eait Sutwn .ON SECTION W. On Monday, April 14 COMIIENCtNO AT ONt O'CLOCK ,1 'refine f MoCormack 1 Mcf'orniack Take- 1 Ctod ilit. Alfalfa Keed; IS tons mlicd Altai- in Thno4h7 Kir; S'Set Harnen; 1 Team and 7 Turn dreys. 7 atnl'9, weighing 2300; 1 Teatr. 7 S, wolshlng 3160; 1 JIare, S years, weighing 14SC; 1 Br6wn.Dare, 7. weighing IViti; 1 Bar Ilorao, weighing 1WO; 1 Mare. weighing 1COO; 2 two-year-oid colts; 1 1 Drag Harrow; 1 Disc; 1 Knglue Plow. 3 boltoms. OtHr articles (oo nomerous Io menllon. Of >monnls ot 510.00 and under cash Oft oier tth, wllt'be girVn till Xor. 1st, 1919.' on an- banlianle pifer it 1. (fcfWAIN, Ckrk. f, t, LA VALLEY, WIOflE .1M, LETHSfllDCE. Millinery Economy STRAW MAT COLOR." Black vy Blue, Tan, Brown, Gnwn, Cardinal Red, F d Reducer. Handy little brush, with every bo IT I Ait your Druggist or Deals DY-O-UV Straw Hat Color IT II AS WELL BE STANDSiOFriOIAI CLEVELA7.TJ. Ohio. April Ceiled States supreme court iuaudatc ordering V. to be talieu to MouBdsYllit, W. te-Jersl prisoiv to a 10 years' sentence (or notation the "Espionage Act. was revived here today by District Attorney, Wertz. got lato comifluuiciUon with at Tem? Jlaute. Ind., and ordered him to rajiort hluiself luioeJUtely, which Debs proiuUcd to do. IK'Us salJ ho would make effort (.0 dplay the varryins out sentence, and wa'i ready (o go KNEW GERMAN-U-BOATS AMERON'GEX, Netherlands, March ol Associated who come Inio close con- nection vrith'ths tormer German Em- peror these daye are astonished at the change vrhich lias come 'over his be- haviour in relation trf people with whom he is brought into contact. His j haughty manner has disappeared, lie no longer taVes it for granted, that he is the supreme lord to whom all must bow. -Any service siren Uf-him, even by the humblest ol in the employ of Count Beutinck, is reward- ed with apparently sincere thanks and sometimes even with genuine hand- a thing not. looked for by the I highest of .his courtiers when he was j still'at the height of his power. Virtually without exception, he passes three hours even- morning be- t tweeu breakfast aud lunch at his vol- untary-task of sawing logs in the g'rounds of the castle. The last ten minutes each 1io_ur is given up to a spell of rest, during .which the lum- once so imperious, a light cigarette. In.the course of this welcomed hy his attendant who assists .at. toe. other end of the doable-handled saw now i 'William Hobenzollern starts for the attendants still retain enongEi of iheir subjectivity not to dare to take the lead. Then one of the at- tendants discreetly draws a cigarette case from his pocket, on seeing which the former emperor often says, offer- ing hunting cigarette; "Here you are. Take a V j Soon all about, him are smoking anc continue doing so until the ten minute interval is over and begins again. OTttimes in these short rests I the former Empress who, daring the work walks about the castle grounds when the weather is favorable comes up to the place where the wood .sawing 33 done and a little general [chat ensues, bo Hi 'and his wife putting questions on all, subjects to those in attend- ance. As a rule the former "Emperor, Is extremely talkative, .He ly on happenings In both past and present Often he Is in a I complaining mood, when he blames all and sundry for what has occurred. K j does not seem to enter his mind that any fault lies with him. At these times he expresses sorrow for the asperity of his utterances. Ou other are more rare closes up like a clam and not a word can be drawD. from .him. Re has everything he-can possibly reqnlre in way of creature com- forts, but withont actually im-; prisoned he is confined to a Tti-y small area, for he has not dared since be- fore Christmas to pui a foot outside of the castle. he fears con- j tact with the outside-world. I'ARIS, Press) the meeting of the pft'ace confer- yesterday before the report of the commitlee on International la'oor kfcistation was Eintl Van- dervclcle, HID Belgian labor delegate, made what waa In effect, a minority report, lie adrocalcd (lie admission (o the faljor conference delegates of countries with which a state ot war still 'exists, gUtlng that otherwise he fell there might be held another conference where the prole- lariat from all countries be pre- sent and which would have more pow- er than the conference to be held in Waihintton neit October. He concluded by saying that Ques- tions relative to the adoption of the 8- hour day, equality of salaries for men and women workers, and lep'alation dealing with night work must be set- tled. "There art- two ways to arrire at these lie Mid. "One is the Husjlan way and thf other the British prefer ihe -Jailer." W. Col I lard, the'French delegate, spoke briefly. The Hudaos's Bay store .in Calgary will snortly Inaugurate 6 SO every day except Saturday, Ntrtr-FuEii; for Appendicitis f Stomach Appendicitis Kidney Stones Are often cansed by GaH Stones, atsleKi people until those bad ttticts of Gall Stone Colic appear. Not one in ten GaU Stone Sufierers knows what is the tronblf JWrlatt's Specific will cure vitbout pain or oper- nlion For Sale at all Drug- gilts. ".ecommended by J. O. Higinbotham Co, Limited, Druggists, Lethbrldge, Alia. J.W. SMONtUnOST, TWWHTO OUT Britiih Admirally Had Full Informa- tion Eariy In War Tliero seems to bo ajetwral IDI- prossion abroad in tlio world tbat Cer- uauy' bad almost'n on sub- tnariue devising, und that the rest of tbp world stood by in amazement or hujobly followed ill the master's foot- stepi writes C. H. Claudy in Sclenlllic This, of course, is "all rot" as any British submarine officer will tell you. He will go further and tell you that British submarines are much better than German opes, and then prove it! And ho makes no boues at all of 3ay- ipe that the or so subsurface boats which Germany bas surrendered con- laiu "iio "secrets'" not known already to tiritish officers, and one ot them at least volunteered the iii'lormjtioii tliat the plans for many a German submar- ine had beea seen and exasniued be- fore ever there ivas one captured of Ihe same (ivould scorn to indicate, .it true, that Germany had no monopoly of secret service efficiency! England started with some SO sub- marines, built, about 130 during'the war andjost about large- ly uy'iitiircd'-iii-wre the anti-mine- de- vice, whatever it is, came inlo being. During this building campaign she learued to build submarines as "she never had known beCorO. Of course she captnred some German sub- marines and doubtless, took some ideas from her'enemy, but she dtYelopcd some Ideas of her own which Germany never dreamed UIC.PMI for in- stance, which is a" submarine carrying a 12-uu-h guu. Xo, I am not 111 eiists. Sha -was built for the Dardanelles Operations and while she was completed too late for that she was a technical yaccess. She course, only fure ami aft, the luviuc a uf perhajw six aud ,ovly a luoileralu elevation. Nor does H full ckanee, but wiuls her GSO-pouml a maxliumu of 15.000 yards. The Ml carries u couple of and astl- aircmft gun. I wls'.i could more and additional I haven't the jimmy to cpen ihe adntlralty safe! THE CRIES OF A CITY (Buffalo by very-recent occurrences in ihla uf dreadful uighl, vnd day. too. we may soou see bands of brigands in front .of the railroad sti- lions welcoming travellers with cries "This way Io the handkerchief "Tap the wires and bent tlie race.i "KngliEli faru. I know tbe "'fry mo for a. coniplele course In coiu matcblnjEi'' "All Muds ot stock for your Liu erty 'Uou't be Btuck-up in the t sol a aud "Here's VOUT ereen goods, gentle- men.. I defy you it from the genuine 'A, Kerr, prominent Walkerrille manufacturer, ia'dead. Complexion tfosy. Headache Gone. [Tongue Clean. Breath Right. Stomach, Liver Ifi'd Bowels Regular. From War Back to a Peace Basis After devoting their entire energy of their plants to the manufacture of war materials, and thus'assisting in winning the war, Sludebaker wilK within a short time be back to full automobiles and trucks. i In addition to the large plants we now have which were producing one hundred and fifty thousand cars a year, before the war, we will have a new plant.employing men and .having square'feet of additional, Think What This Means In the production of a new line of cars which have not only created a sensation among motorists, but also among manufacturers. In fact if you will study the outward appearance of nearly all the new models advertised, you will find that nearly al! manufacturers have tried in some respects to imitate our Big Six, which is admitted by all to be the most beautiful car on the market. Outward Appearance Is Not All We have over 50 of these new models in the riands of owners in our territory. Some of them having as high as miles to their credit and not a replacement has been-made of any kind, New Models Arrive A full line of new models will arrive next week and will be open for your inspection and criticism at i our show rooms. _ t- Three Models The Light Four, the Light Six and the Big' Six, the mechanical construction identical in the th'ree models with only a slight difference in body design. Drive One of These Cars and You Will Never be Satisfied Until You Own One v'-- Graham Motor Co., Ltd 412 SIXTH STREETS. 1822 ;