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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATIWIUY, APHII. II, IUI7 MIC, llf' Important Auto Club -f Lecture by Mr, Johnson4, "Parks1 Service Kihtf mnmbtr ol Ilio rlub rlioull Iio nl Iliu inijHIiiK qt Iho In Iliti lloihl u( Trailc In Unit II lu hoar a loi' nro (o bo tlvon Joliilion, of (he Dominion (orvlco, Mr. Juliinon U on- tfc Ott lllu aubjt'ct fliid to- Ili'o icoi'lo o( l.iithbrlJKu tlioin In lo inako Wnlcrlon Koko park jinjiular. Iio out Dint II In jc'ally Iho only iiark 111 America hi that 11 llett alongsEilo tho (lluclor I'nik In Montana. Iliu Iio li I'mXInB to Iho outoiiiolillEU of Koulli- em Alljcrla to Jictii lilni In worH. Ifiat 'nliould bo J-C310H oiioni'h tut evcrx owiior and ovcryono ulna liilcroalcil to Iio iiraacnl on Moniluy Dlglil. IICHliloB Mr. Johnson's lecture, tlio AulomobllQ club will cltaciiiEs tint out- luoh. Tho clnl) Inn been fornioil Tor a Ilitlo over (Ix Weeks. A( Mondny uljihCi uifollliK Ilio will vurlouii rarnmll- Tlio uicrii> i In 1'irlltulur will iovn a rufiO'l lu urcient will ol iidilrni iMIcrot lo tlui .inrnilmrn. Tlioro Miuch ullll lu Iio ilono In tin) of. Eocvrlng.tlio Bupiwt or Iji HJO If UIQ work ol Ihu tlub ll lo Iio a me- MolKlny incuilnt l Taxing the Nickel TrWt i c, rumor llioretoro of intcrem In tMi regard, Tlio club Will UoclJo mi Mon lay on ruo" in alter ol'roirt blsnn, Jj It i-Ui'r-H out have njtli-1 hrown Ijlrtlx ri'srinhllns a tLruih, aftd oil roiurrjIihJoiiK1 H Hit !Whon tlift war over, when Ihclr wJioio duly fl fK (o report tarrlfiy I tho Hordon Kovc-rbmenl will L-e glad j fltrotiR and ncvar return. an [KMilMe, Wtn-n Oiu empty rind lo tlic T thin, Ihc wver ft will ilarT Hit- municipal! MFBiio ijiu cjnpiy ring 10 ttiy to Kee If I hoy'can pill imbatanui foutivl) may Ktl BRUNETTE, 6HE TURNS KovcrjimuK to lake Km BLONDE; MAX LEAYES'HOME New Vnrk.-Mai- Uiiterfonl. who thing oT Blow l In the molor car lias licen says J. T. liti, .Studcbaker dlstrlbulor, "In llin days >vhon care ujutflilucs In- tlcaU- of .velilclcaj botilly U' IQJS (hufi a Ecccmdftry con side rat Eon mechanics of tho 1 1 of and and wlro Hie flral thouglit. Nowadays, niollrc unltB and running "Rear de- veloped lo a point where Uicy no longer ore a Eourco of worry, car o prn 'jiavc Iccomo nioro apprcclallvo of wlial'-'car.dCBluiicrs bavc trlciV to dp." for Uielr bodliy comfort nurt have demanded more nlong thai Hue. "nut JusL wliat Is meaiiL by com lorlt'1 I am afraid llmt the D friolor car. buyer looks uiion com Tor is being BHBdcIatud, wltli Ihc deptl and lunurlouHness of tho cushions find jjphoJslery only. Surely Jt J more than tlml. "Power, ClrBl-ofialL beads the 11s eg iho most important of al! inoto car essentials that maho for com for I 1'pwer to' laKe you (.hero and hack INDIANAPOLIS AUTO RACE OFF War In Cancelling Premier Event Tho anriouiKemont. recently made hal the Uccorallon day rates at Ihe rtlniiapollrt apcedway be run has Jt now-Ja Killed .hat Iho premier EOO-mllo sweopslako i all off bccaUEQ of war contllllojis. Phc management oi iho apccdwoy has offered ILo uao'ot Ibg track lo the gov- ernment as an aviation field or (or any olher use. The nc-LIi'il In KM6. (M'o million I9IC, aitnllicr [tilKlon, and year, another two uiEIDun. Bis NilIIIons itany filched. yjj fiilsc-Kl 1ml K U3s lo he .spent on the KS.V. AB a inallor of fili-t, two toll- have boon on BRITAIN HA6 MOTORS Each of Seven American States Has More Cari'Than All England. AccordIriff lo the. latest census of motor vclilcte-vfn.Great HrUalu, tho total numh'er pi automobiles and IriickB In IE auoul 5 iier cent, of.tho number tercd-In the Stales on Jnnu- gry vblch vns In each of'lbc aevcn'filatcs of N'ew Yorli, Ohloi ronnsylyanla, Illinois, Calllorn IB, Texas and Iowa there are more aulom'obliea than In all ol GrcaL Hrtl alni'lh the United Slates the prcdtic of can lor 1916 wu weH over of which more Lhan one- Ihtrd left Goortyeai tlrca. auarreled over it I led two TruH- Paris wJHi llir Ion dollara ucn) tavtK nine itillliun.vjinr i----- rJrieitt't kuuw li'H' Imw ary lintler lllc War-Mea-J IRO. that nine" million" hut'a has never llftcrl a flngtr to j part of (t, no KC-IH 'ijai-k to the' wblch are lilghcr Jr., you S'lchcl Trust c' ptacn and plpnty .than asked. One way oiul nnoilier tliu arc ln 'lS'ar Europe. We i "Net Unter- lo pay her f3 rhe was WOMAN CARRIES MAIL FOR 23 YEARS; WILL RETIflE SWckhrMKc, Klorencg JJarJthain ItoyJ, who nai travelled more than mllfci lo Ihe laat 2S yeara 'tarrying the nialU between Ihe Interlaken pofltoffice and Btockhridge-" jtailon wFll rellrc a> null carrier at Ihc end nl prt-sent contract July 1, fihe hegan carrylnx the Enalle when abe Hndfl (hf. rlgorE of the Berkshire winters too hard, Throughout Iier rnttre eerrlce ahc missed a train, cared for her own team and at limes, when the roads ivcre Impassable for a horie, ehe travelled on foot wftb mail bag over her shoulder. Hor record for. continuous eervlce la probably ua- by any other woman mail carrier. Her Euccesa In doing a. man's work has won (or licr the admiration of 1 '1 of which Treasurer .Mf-flRrry'e itcrh'cd from this hna IIP, GURU to eource. If 'he Nickel Trust's mtural resources firrj' ed of It. "iio' iiaV'BULicejicd1 enormously Inrr-n.-til by this oi-pr-laxcd peoolp IraiiBacUun. A Conucrvntlvp. has NickeljTrust never Ecems loi been hi powur In Ontario-for twelve enough.-.11 Is In with Iwo years now. II la, Ihercforc, ro'tteh Hearst Covcniincnt rtpc for a change. It saw Us beat i ami tho ItorJen KoccrnuieiU. The lion. Uio Hydro Electric, 'Hut SJr James Whitney died nntl took" Jionc5ty and courage him, eil lilRlicr-UlAjie loft a nirkel-platcil premier hchliid him in tlic shape of' nil.'i "now Sir Win., a tllllc' aflcr thai, Kir Adam liatl lo tight' a 1'country la'wyfir daren't rail Us lor-c liand. HI9 colleagues not loval his own.- iff, frank Cuclirnim wlin the peojfJc as SJr Adam snrf nei'cr" Kj-ij-o failed to put Klcctifc when crlniji In Uic chance -1 rnedjato'- or can- not be comfortaTjle, What' you ivant IE a road car, ono you can sit In, keep, two .fingers and V-'liy wc'tftlk EO much, about rbrid- BlilHy. '.'I-eg room Is another mighty Im- portant feature .ot tlic comfortabte; room tor persons of any slic ,pr id slrctcli out.' ;frcc and easy as if'in'Mielr'favorite .'.'cliiilr at "Slorm ''ivltli '.the doors ore Innovalions'' n'htch Mill 'Mic, appreciated-hi Iticlenicnl weather, 'nnd U'litch, mean more comfort for Uio Frecdonii from 'ilcal trouble, the'Kilence of all moving even beauts- of lines'nnd. flritsli, rr.c. all coDducivo to mssinjum" corn- I bey mean i complete J'Or course, Iho cushions of a 'car lo thp. conitarl of .Ilic passengers. Dul, upon carefu 't 1L beromca obvious thai i a rnptpr. car arc Tar .being the principal features of Lt car's yomTorl-stving riualillcs." dlllon-lri'MC'xlco.', In khaki croseeti Ihe truck supply iralD-has been pIlotM by a fpurreyllrider. motdf.'car. Tho, Quar- [erma3ter's'fd.epartmeiit iclyscd to 11h'o'.liartlililpS''ol the moufilaln V- Finally 'it-WRB deplded to give the a trial, and a Salon motor What's more, they told ili'elr tory friends In OUawa to do llkeivlse'.'ao thnl whenever put In an appearance Incre lie found Ibe nofdcfi t aa frosty as a siep-mbili- will expliifn (hq'rieiv tax to (he Kfckel .Trust. Ifn-'ia ihc strong ami man. Hearst Is oiily hii nully euLfitltute. ..ConfHlenUth'afllB'friends fji Otta-j .yp.'and Toronto v.-imld stay put, the I Trust: did riot even have the! .decency lo plop'Bending nic-kol to the1 Gerinana while'the wnr was on. Tho the-last. boat Oil" eogtV Sudbury hlnrilie.ircsrtl tlov" ntchel to us In our sol- his lifaliu brmhehL'B .work -has lecomd >yiery coarse Indeed, whatever. ll EIXWE hoiv-B no' deljcacy' the Hearst Government 'was ihlnp car 'dealer 'WM tasked to furnfsli at long suffering people, jtlie Xlckel Trust oft risk as.pilot for the i The ivas pilot from. lo OJo, Frc- Tho mud: waV road ;ihal al one point'll-'took Ihe train nearly all .distance of seven iriiles. was 'driven with We mud yans.; Jra'pefng. The bot- tom .o( crank'caaci wad hfignt''''rrqni the rubbing, of Ihe r Even condition.i.tltere absolutely .no'- trouble encount wllhithc and arriving al Hs-dca- llnHlioiv (t-ivaa_ wRsbed and to tlic-macblne ahbp'for citizen 'In'speclot' niadc: the' .r thai feet and ipot. a made it {letting a' paltry year. The Hearst Govern irichtt lias bc'cn doing, thaj. for ifour .cquntciiance. years! raml .tne- WhlLiiey GovdruinDnt. JAkes'ia lot 'it' for' clgit .that.. The other day, 1 .r _______, tho brilliant Wlp'iis 'of Rciwell and Hartley DC a 'ot- five per cenl. on mine output' up to and of one per eacti jrhjst AV.niuth loiigcr. The ffovcnVmeiil which" took ex- ira ni 111 I one tlie unfor- bililons Trust, was on a government lioiis'cjjw.hicli.had to! have tbotisand dollar rugs and furni- ture on a EiniiJfaT-scale to in j Hears i the pcnpln, j 'j'ea'rj beinre but', it ccrlainly Tree. A drunken Bailor coulil not'do it freer. v the Hearst goveni-j ment refused supporl'J. C. Elliott's motion to Investigate the'combines In j Ontario, which are so slianicltiily ex- THE EI.GIN GOOD AS IT IS BEAUTIFUL EARL M. 305, 6th SAXON SIX SUPREMACY ipocd Four CUT.-ABOVE IS OF THE Cylinder lieriderson SMOOTHEST MACHI .WHEELS. The Gootl no r.oiiiinciils. at :unl CAN'T BE BEAT.' THE BEST FOB SALE'" MORT. PRIEST Built for Canadian Roads r; Sludcbnkcr cars'.arc: designed.'and built to meet all the emergencies nnd dijTicultics 'of. .niotprisls in Canada are SlLidcb.ikcr cars prcdominalc in (he castr cni Provinces, where sLyle and appearance' arc tlic chicf-reqiiisiics. :-j Studclmkcr'cars have-made good in th'ej prairie Provinces, where ability oi a car id sland up uiidcr long, hard, conliiuial service'; .en the "gumbo" roads is.the chief rciiuircT1 'nicnt. :T And Sliidcbafccr carjiVh.jvc proven factory in service in' Ilic'.mountains on the Const, endurance aii'd grade-conquering arc flic, chief requisites. That's because Stiidcbaker cars arc made in Caiiada-Vvyilh .the.built-in st.ibilily that such a car requires in pirdtr lo give Ihc best of service on Canadian, fpads. Comc in arid scc.thc now Scries 18 models: "Macle-itv-Canada" 0> _. TKe Studebaker Garage 322 Sixth Opposite Htrald. answer to the performance powers of. Saxon located the Saxon high-speed motor. It gives a. performance-today which' is-probably as near perfect as'nas ever been allaineo. In high gear in pulling power, In smoolhncsi and' flexibitily Saxqn "Six" gives a v--. pcrformnnce thai seems incredible In a car' dtvelcplng power. than .'to ;rqacK 45 rnllci per hour fronvai'tUnding same YqnditTon Saxon "9lx" dup- .llcated -thii'" feat 'in Thti showed :22% of Saxon The whil this prfce gears once hill In', two minutes ria :limbsd mile long jr- Illustrations are given by com- ..'parison'30 compared Sajron "Six" -'f r with other cars in its price class of fewer cyltn- -.'i-SMOn At a speed of 20 miles per.hour this "less 'ln And two lecondi.; TheseJfivtancec are not cited extraordin- ary of Saxon Ii any- one to view Urcm'aa lucK. are repretentj the type _of Saxon "9k" gives, day in .and day'out. .V than under test, developed 1512.7 power Impulses per minute. minute. showed 2993.92 impulses per Under the same working. conditions Saxon motor Allowed nearly greater con- greater of torque. A comparison of these figures makes It quite that a "less than molor leaves much Id be desired. v The fiercest foe a rnoto'r'car has lo face Is vibration. Vibration Induces friction. The. less number of Impulses per minute, the less smooth is the powerflow anil Ihe. greater Is the vibration. Carrying this comparison of the "Six" and UicV'Four" Into "an actual performance. the result was astounding, anti Just how much advantage obtains from the' 98% 'smctilher Saxon "Six is readily apparent. Thls'.-welT-known car cf "lei previously mentioned, lhan required In the.lant are the only for Theie are 'made '.urider equal -.cpTi'dillo.ris and under the unprejudiced.jntpectlon of diilnter- esleof 'engineers. .teits', which we have pravf to. ui. conclusively: vibration U the fiercest fie a motor car ;-'hii' lo face; the amount of yibrallon is directly pro- portloTiate to trie number of power'Trripulses In the molor. Saxon has' approximately .98% more power inipuliei per ,minute than the lcs_ Ih n _ix motor, which g ves it greater "Six" motor gives 22% falter pick-up lhan' the "less than six" motor, Saxon has greater pulling power than tht "Itss six" motor In Its cla; Fjye Passenger Touring Car Passenger Roadster 5 'J F O. B. LETHBRIDGE rf s GARAGE K t't. ;