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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE vOAILY HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUST a.1 1910. Here Is the Average Man's Ideal Tlie happy medium between the monster car that is purchased to impress, the cramping conveyance used merely to get from place to place, irrespective of comfort. Nothing Mysterious about its wonderful a com- mon-sense car of proved' capability. More power with less, performance with less running action with less need of attention. By huge production, we are able to offer it at a price that, fits any ordinary sized income. After August 1st, f.o.b. Osltawa. Now obtainable, a few at the old price. Call and see the car. A demonstration is a revelation. Chevrolet Motor Company, Limited Factory at Oshawa. .LETHBRIDGE DEALERS; Baalim Motor Co., Limited BACK OF UNION BANK, THIRD AVENUE SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE Blaek Bpst fjas Spread With Amazing Rapidity In The Moose Jaw District Moose Jaw, Aug. teports scut out-from Chicago uud otliei; largo grain buying centres that .black .rust had infected the vast wheat fields of Saskatchewan, uucticiihirly the, MQQSO Jaw district, which were so -strenu- ously denied Friday, are given founda- tion today iu .the reports that tho scourge had affected ti very consider- able section p_f southern Saskatche- wan. Wheat experts from Kansas City, York, and other centres, as well as ..representatives of large millisg Concerns in the Uniteu States paid the province a vwii this week, many of them slipping .quietly off the trains fft Regina and ..-Moose .law to make their exuniinatiops, ..One, of these experts -telegraphed Chicago Friday that black had infected all the fields northward from Este-van. Hugh McKelJar, local crop expert, paid a further visit to the-, fields throughout the district after ..receiv- samples in fromMilestone, show-; isg ample evidence that the scourge had affected the Soo line fields. He found that the. advanced crops, al- most ready for the' hinder, on rolling haul ami.light land, had rust, but in the adjoining Holds later sown, which includes practically every acie iii the Moose Jaw district not now .'almost ready for harvest, is affected with black rust. Samples from Mile- stone and other points along the Soo Hue are affected more than samples from other parts of the district. This murnint; Mr. McKellar said. "Samples brought in from Milestone i showed black rust fully developed on stems from the shot blade to the1 hend. Wheat Is still two weeks from cutting and as far'as 1 could judge will only give a very low grade, pos- sibly chicken feed, for the work of the rust from now on can hardly be estimated. Many, more samples reach- ed me today from districts affected. Nearly every ganyrte showed evidence of black rust" Continuing he said: "The scourge is rapidly spreading and it is exceed- ingly hard to estimate the damage it j will do. At the present moment the situation looks-serious.'' Dodge Bros. Motor Car It Speaks for Itself Be Sure You'.Ste This Car Before You Make Your Final Cholc.. Price r- 15- Le r. U.S. Pat. Oft Agents for Famous PENNSYLVANIA CUP TIRES AUTO LIVERY with Dodge Car THE EASIEST RIDING CAR IN THE CITY FOKD REPAIRS A SPECIALTY, Phone STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH, 2ND BLOCK WEST ALEXANDRA HOTEL Pte. Peterson, Sentenced to Gives Explanation Was Anxious to Get to Front Cardslon, Aug. the charge of j "absent without leave" and as a warn-' Ing to others, Pte. D. C. Peterson, of the 113th Kilties, appeared before !n- speOr JIcDann of the R.N.W.M.P.. j last evening. He pleaded guilts' and sentenced to twelve months' hard j labor in the Lethbridge jail. Major MacGulre, Captain Johnstone and Sergt. Harrison, of Calgary, represent- ed the prosecution. Peterson, in making his statement, showed he was absent for business reasons and was returning to camp onJ Wednesday the 2Gth ot July, the morning following his arrest, which was made by the lo- cal acting upon advice from Calgary. The prisoner was plac- ed in the local jail pending trial which did not ocuur until last evening: Captain L. il. Johnstone, in his con- cluding appeal to the magistrate, inas- much as this was not the first offense, requested to impose as severe a "sen- tence as possible, which would serve as a warning to others. Following this was a few remarks by the prisoner, who did not consider it would be Brit- ish fairplfiv to be punished as an ex- ample especially as other cases, iWp included desertion, had been tretufdd lightly. The court ad- journed for ten minutes and brought in the above decision- Prior to enlistment in January of this year. Pte. Peterson was one of the editors of the local newspaper, in which he.still retains an interest, and was also secretary of the Cardston board of trade- He is 23 years of age end was considered one of the bright- est young men in the community. His parents, together with sis- ter, are residents of Cardstbu.' During the two weeks prior to their departure for overseas service, Pte. Peterson en- deavored to get transferred to the i he was extremely an-j i xious to get to the front. Lawyer Jacobs, who was present at the trial on j I behalf of. the prisoner, did not make a j 'statement. j ANOTHER HUN OUTRAGE London, Aug. direct- or of the Belgian National bank "at Antwerp has been deported by the G crman authorities, says a dispatch to the Ex- change Telegraph company from The Hague today' "be- cause of his refusal to pay them francs in ex- change for a mere paper re- ceipt." teaches the care of your Car of common knowledge that less "troubles" are experi- enced with Studebaker cars than any other class. This is not only due to the excellent quality of the materials that are out into every.Studebaker car but also lo the thoroughness of Stude- baker DEFINITE Service and its success in educating owners to take care of their cars themselves, thus insuring operating effi- ciency all the year round. Studebaker DEFINITE Service more then a mere mvitation in if anything happens." Its purpose is to forestall all possibihty of the regular aid systematic inspection of y6ur car-wrnch given for i, periodlof six months without a dollars charge because Studebaker considers this just as ira- portant a part of your purchase as the cushions or tires. Nothing would please us better than to have you come in and let us tell you more about Studebaker DEFINITE Service. The STUDEBAKER GARAGE J. T. GRAHAM, PROP. 322 6TH The Aristocrat of Motordpm All You Can Ask in PoweiV Style and Comfort Briscoe Four and Eight Cylinder Cars SPECIFI horsepower; nating noise and wear. Valve tappets arc ausae rom op. Special crankshaft steel, carefully heat-treated 'for th and accurately ground. Cams are forged integral with shaft; shaft and all b iiigs and cams are carefully ground to limits. Connecting Chrome vanadium steel forgings, carefully heat treated. Cast from special piston metal, of very light weight, per- itting of high piston speeds without vibration. ubrication Self-contained constant lever splash system with pump culation. mitti Lub Timer distributor affording a perfeclls .sjnohron izecl ignition at all motor Cone upe lined v ith leather jj Ojving three speeds forward and nne reverse Selet ive type, reilusi vomfol Motor -Mplor and transmission are ispended in the reater ac CATIONS: shaft enclosed in torque lube. Gears are carried by high duty roller bearings and thrust taken by adjustable ball thrust bearings. The drive gear'set'may to removed from the rear axia without demounting the latter. The drive pinion Is adjustable. special frame steel, large channel section, hot riveted. semi-elliptic alloy steel springs In front; fu.l canti- lever alloy steel springs in rear making for easy riding. inches. standard. hickory, artillery type, demountable rims. x STEERING AND and gear type mounted on trunnion and forged from vanadium steei. Left liand drive. anil control rods enclosed in tube rigidly held to dash. Spark and throttle levers on top of. 16-inch steering wheel. Speed control oper- ated by hand lever in center of the car. Clutch pedal operated uy left foot and brake pedal by right foot, both adjustable 5 inches. Speeilorofiter drive from rear of transmission. 10 gallons; gravity feed to carbureter. Briscoe streamline design, steel and wood; con- cealed hinges, pockets in n-passenger touring car. -.i-pas- senger Clover Leaf Coupe, inside drive. Crown fenders enclosed in front'and joined to running board of wood; linoleum covered convex filler aprons. car Bloctric starti ig aid lighting system; two headl ghts with dimmer for driving electric tall and license lamp nStrum-nt board labp special utilitj extension lamp and cord; one man top and dust cover side curtains; bnlu-ln IfKentllatlBg Tlnd shield, electric motor horn robe rail foot rest; tire in rear extra demfcuntable rim gasoline guage speedometer; license plate brackets tor front affd reaf full.set ol tools; tire repair kit jack pump etc l-ront recuon uiuy m unc n.ti.uuu ing. Remo able bronze bushings in steering arms Rear floating with live axles the weight of the car being carried by Urge 190% thrust annular bearings t Five Paltenqer Touring Car, 1 cylinder Three Piuenger Clovtr Roadster 4 cylinder Fivo PMienger Touring Car, 8-cyliMder Three Passenger Clover Leaf Roadster 8 cylinder These Prices Delivered at Lethbridge 1075 1285 I28S _ V For a of the Briscoe Car call at the John Deere Warehouse, Lethbridge f HOS. QUINN, Distributor ;