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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta latiirday. August 17, 1912. HIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Paffe 7 The Tudhope Car Ahead" This Car is Two Years IF we did not know .every" pound of steel that goes into Tudliope Cars; if we did not make every part of our motors, and running parts; if we did not machine them, and grind them to the most exacting specifications in bun own shops; we could not issue the liberal guarantee that goes with Tudhope Cars. That guirinte'e is our assurance to the Tudhope owner thit we have used the utmost cire in building his cur. It stys that exper- ienced men have watched every piece of miterial, m it pissed through etch process of milling, and poliihiif until, leaving our tntnuUcturing department, it WBI ready to be into the Tudhope Chisiii. Viiiton to tke Tudhope factory ire surprised im ice thit we manufacture our .own motors. Bortn( the heavy motor cittings is most im- porUnt operation tnd one feel we must do in our ihopi. To ensure absolute aicnt of the cylinders we bore them it one operation. We could buy these caitingi already drilled )t we did, we eould not deliver cur well bmlanced or itt dependable -is the Tudhope. We would not have absolute control over the conitruotion. We could not the possibility of variation in size nor the use of inferior could GUARANTEE IT l-'OR TWO YEARS.' To be lure. of n finish that will last throiigh'cun and rain, we build and finish our car bodies in our own factory. We also do the ii icicel-pitting on ill the metal ports, so that we cnn watolr and Inspect them and know that they will off, quickly in service. 'In those parts, such as the tires, etc., which we do not make, we 'use the very highest type obtainable. This any- one can verify by comparing Tudhope equipment with that of liigH-pnccd cars. The Bosch DUB! High-Tension Ignition is the best system we know. Continental Demountable ault-Hartford Shock Absorbers Davis Magnetic Speedometer) are not found any but the best cars. sas Tudhope "Six" 48 k. Tpurinr Two.P.i.eng.r Torpedo (with complete equipment) f.b.b. OHIHa Tudhope "Four" 36 h. Feur-Pauenier (with compUte equipment) f.o.b. Orillia Special Equipment Top, Windshield, Stewurt EXTRA TIRE mJ Rim, Nickel Trimminfi. ExtraTire and Rim Catalogue on request The Tudhcme Motor Company, Limited Oriilia Tudhope Anderson Co., Limited. Winnipeg, Brandon. Reglna, Saskatoon, Calgary, Lethbrldge, Swift Current, Yorkton, DAD NAUGHTON THINKS FLYNN.HAD A CHANCE Veteran Ring Critic Believes Jack Johnion'ifl Not as Good Now as Two Years Ago W. W.' ts'ftugbton, the veteran ring expert, o-f the Hearst newspapers, has A better opinion of Jim Flynn than most critics. In hin opinion of the Vegas bout, Naughton had the following to say. "Not once, but four times, did Smith have to put, the men asunder and eha-kft a warning forefinger-at Flynn. As often as he did so Johnson stood there in a noticeably limp condition, nod Flynn, with his'fighting spirit at lever heat, gesticulated and bellowed, 'What am I to do? What am I fo do? I .am licking the big stiff and he is holding me.1 "And this'was a significant point, fer those who knew ..Tollnoon find know of his battles and past spells of training know that when he was hlmnelf he never allowed anyone liberties with him. An extra hard punch cither in a practice bout or in -A. real light brought, retaliation from 'the champion in the shape of a The Commercial Agency OF ALBERTA Formerly Dunham Co. Collections Financial Investigators, Etc. All Branches of Insurance Telephone 1235, Opposite the Court House volley of hooks and uppei'cuts. here today he allowed a man lie and several inches shorter than him to take liberties with him. If he had followed his, usual, custom he would have shook himself free and balled Flynn's head from side to side with But, instead, he clung to the undersized fireman like a creep- er the majority of soccer funs as the ul- timate winners of the tie, mainly from j'tlm' the fact that tlioy had so far this veat won or drawn every game they had played, and had already beatcu Hie Scotchmen in the 'League tourno Tins in some strengthened, too. when .he Cailies lined up at the start: Mo- 1 n tyre, the clever goalkeeper: Rrcr. nan, really good half, and old iiorse -McMurtie, were all nt iheir places being taken, iTsepeeiivc- iy, by "Jack" Smith, an unknown qmui Hy between the sticks; Clark, a new comer to senior circles, and Clement- son, who had not played for the Cal- lies since the first ;malch of the sea- son: and, in .addition, a re-arrange- ment of tbe front rank: Tennant go ing-from centre to inside left with Me JIvena. But there were others who had seen the Overseas perform on Tues- day in their tie with St. Mary's, who wore not at all satisfied with the -Us jjlay of the champions. In this maich, tho 'Seas had introduced the great lit- tle Parker, of the S, O..K., inio line-up, in place.of.. Bembridge. The Englishman took his usual position at, centre, displacing ,Rrennan, who inside left ,to; Joyce; Si mm go- ing.outside right to Thompson. Although they beat th-a Saints eas- ily enough, it was plain to the discern- ing spectator that" all was not well with the Overseas fr'ttht rank, and in the' first half the aide had to play fairly hard to gain-rr'goal lead ov Wright, Sbiel-J'games. eflrtniuly will linve' football en- biifcli remainder of Ihc sea- son, and-good foofbail, too. STAVOK1MLK. STAMP OUT JROUGH: (j LACROSSE IN THE EAST Pres'dent Qumn'WilI Clean'Out Toronto, Aup is.stisri inv- strucHons to all officiate4 to suspend plajei ginliy of fighting ori tha. said President this toMhe po lice comL that tint" of thp free for alls. Owl featured the Foui fixture at the Island ft veek ago. v "ftf course it IB present thesp li't'o mK-uris, bnt_ the league- will invc-ctigiilc and the guilt) ones will bo suspended. I am son? thai the police round it ne cessar> to intei Ccrd, at'tho same .time I am'aiuioijs that the inoidciit lsh.ill not again be repeated in the Big Four'' ROUGH LACROSSE PLAYER IN COURTS Toronto, Aiig a 'result of1 several m last Satmdajls1 atrosse game between Toronto and iTeciimseh, four of the players appear- ed police courtitoday chaiged with, aggraiated assault con- duct -Tlier players ippearing H QI e tJharlie Querric, Koiuiti ee and Green, T-ecumsehs, and Fred Stasg, o' the Torontos Tbs cases wore, put over a-.xeek-. YOU. 5HOU.LD CONSULT YOUR- SOLICITOR About Your Will And have this Company Appointed as Your' Executor and Trustee The Trusts and Guarantee Company Limited, Public Ailniinislratiir Olllcial .AHlldlPr Tor .luilicinl DMrteltifl LETHSRIDGE, MACLEOD' CALGARY WETASKIWlH.V- 220 EIGHTH. AVENUE WEST, QALGABY lj ;