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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. ATrWST 18, 1017 THTC LETHHRmOE nATT.Y HERALD />A OF. NINE The treat that its lovers learn to expedt from a cup of "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE, is always realized to the full........� for "Seal Brand" holds its aroma and flavour to the lasT: spoonful in the air-tight can. In }t, I and 2 pound tins. Whole-ground- pulverised-also fine ground for Percolators. Never sold in bulk. jgj CHASK & SANBORN. MONTREAL. LOANS Money to Loan at 8 Per Cent on Improved Farms and Ranches Loans made for .">, 10, 15 or 20 years. Borrower i4ran(e!'.,244 pounds, ' wilh a value of over $lS,0(l().(tn. In the last seven mouths the creatuery has paid lis patrons over $41,000. There arc 2S0 faniiors contributing : cream, some of whom have monthly : clu'tpies running to one hundred and ; fifty dollars and higher. HEALTHIEST ONE IN THE FAMILY No Sign Of Dropsy And Kidney Trouble Site* Takinf "FRUITA-TIVES" some time Its set Is different from that of the new leaves Installed anil the. effect results In a not her broken spring very soon. couldn't do IT the I M. Huff Investment Co P. O. ir�7 Lctlibi idge, Alta. I'hone (�.">1. Short - I say, old man, can you lend me $10? I.ongley-Impossible. I've'tried to lend you money several lime's, but. you always seem to look upon it as a gift. imp.ortant meeting cardston auto club J "black DEVIL" escapes huns London, Aug. 17.-After over two years, of captivity, Pte. i88_> A. Nelson, belonging to Winnipeg, has reached Knghnirt from Herman}'. He Vva>-ono .of the original "Hlack lievils" alii) was taken a prisoner at Ypros ifi'l!>l"i. .Most of the time he spent at Minister, where he escaped with two men of the Black Watch. Their trek of 'eighty miles to the Dutch frontier took eight, days, criivelling only at night.  C.P.R. EARNINGS | Mnntreul. Aug. IT.--C.IMt. earnings ' week ending Aug. 14, 1917, $2,1140,000, j clec.reaso\of JlbT.OOO. An important mooting of the Cardston auto club will bo held at the Cahoun hotel, Cardston, on Monday evening, the first day of the lair, when the question of the improvement of the roads In the Cardston district will bo under discussion. It is hoped to have some action taken by the club which will !e,;tl to further improvement of the roads to the town and to Waterton Lakes, via Cardston. HATTIE WARREN Port Robinson, (Mil., .lulv ftih, 1910. "We have used " P'ruil-n-tives" in our house forover three yc-traaiirf havo always found ilicin a good medicine. Our little girl, flattie, ;c.;s troubled with Kidney Disease. The Doctor said she was threatened.with Dropsy. Ilcrlimhs ami body were all swollen and we began (o think she could not live, l-'itmllr, we decided io try "Krutl-u-tivcs". She began to show improvement after we had given her a/err tablets. 1 n a short time, the. swelling hart all gone down and her flesh began to look more natural. Xow she is the heal/hint one in the family and has no .signs of the old ailment. We can not say too much for " Friut-a-tives" and would never be without them". WILLIAM WARREN, 50c. a box, 6 for $2.-i0, trial size, 'jr,c. At all dealers or .sent postpaid on receiptor price by Fruit lives Limited, Ottawa. Among the necessaries when touring .should be n stiply of tire valves lug should b>' a supply of tire, valves will cause as much delay as a blowout. A good valve is often hard Id ohlain when on the road anil considerable annoyance can be avoided hy carrying these accessories. A valve t; p and die should also be added. He careful to dry the spokes of a wire wheel after washing. As the enamel chips oft' the metal rust starts and loosens more fit it. Careful drying will prevent this to a great extent. If you have detachable, wheels, remember that the metal parts may rust. Every titr.e you change a wheel cover the metal contact surfaces with grease, otherwise l lie detachable wheel will no longer be detachable. : : * : > : > : : EFFICIENCY TIPS When following other cars on a crowded country road, watch out for a sudden stop. Get in the habit of . running the car slightly off the road. ' if there Is room, so that if the brakes df) not hold you will he in no danger of hitting the car ahead. He careful that the spare tire on the rear of the car does not hide part of the number plate, and that the plate Is properly lighter! at night. The police in many sections! are enforcing the Jaw very strictly, and you will find that paying a line is a very ox-pensive way tt) learn of such mistakes. 2 ARE DEAD, 4 OTHERS ILL, IN STRANGELY STRICKEN FAMILY Bethlehem, Pa., Aug. 17.-Catherine lirennnn, :i years old, and John firon-nan. aged (!, are dead and thn!r parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bvcnnan, and two more children are .seriously ill from a disease that is puzzling doctors. The children were stricken. Saturday, and doctors first thought the cause to be ptomaine poisoning. Later tney regarded it as intestinal trouble, but so far have failed to successfully Aiagnose it. � Cardston ftuto Club ATTENTION! ALL AUTO OWNER8 MEET AT CAHOON HOTEL, MONDAY NEXT, THE FIRST DAY OF THE FAIR, AT 5.30 P. M., TO REORGANIZE, GET NEW OFFICERS, AND START A REAL FIGHT FOR GOOD ROADS, EVERYBODY COME (Sod.) DR. R. W. LYNN, President. J. Y. CARD,. Secy .-Treasurer. : : : : V v v �{ > ? if the owner drives his c.aV con-' stantly it will be an excellent thing for him to use his monkey wrench now and then. Especially with a new car it is" not" a had-plan-to go over nuts and bolts occasionally. Kven the tightest nut will he more or Jfess affected .by constant^ vibration and a loose belt should be tightened since the pjay to which the looseness, gives rise may result in the necessity for later repairs. As the car grows a little older the' holts and nuts; settle and there is less occasion for. tightening. '�: . The foregoing advice applies with .particular forco. to spring c.ljps, a pulling up of the'' nuts ^of which will take but a few minutes of the operator's time aboutroixce a month, keeping the springs properly seated and adding much to the. sense of security that is enjoyed by the man who looks | after things and ku/^'s that they have been attended to. Sometimes it, happens that the motorist is unable to keep the nuts fastening the holts absolutely tight. Try i as he may, the nut will come loose again. If a lockwasher cannot be applied a good remedy is tf? put a dr]op of solder on the thread of (ho nut, or' in the absence of solder a little paint or varnish will set the nut tight and prevent it from becoming loose again. PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 3th Street 3. Rev. Capt. A. H. Dcnoon. Pastor Rev. \V. F. Burns, Acting Pastor, Regular', services at il a.m. and 7.30 p.m. JO a.m.: Hoyo Department. 12,30 a.m. UiK Sisters' Bible Class. 2.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. IvOO p.m.: Other Departnionts of Suiv day School 4 p.m.: 'Chinese Class. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE . Rev. E. J. Hodgins, B.A.. Pastor 1JJ71 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 1(1. a.m.: Class meeting for boys and ' girls. .11 a.m.: Mr. Rose will speak'. 2 p.m.: Beginners and Primary Depts. fit the Sunday School. 3.15: Other Depts., of the Sunday . School. 7.30: Service in charge of Mr. West-.'�V'cott. ' � � METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. Chas. E. Cragfl, B. D., Pastor. Residence 320.11th St. S. Phono 404. to a. m.: Bible Scho>l. 11 a. m.: Morning worship. Subject, ."Why does not God Intervene." 3 p. m.: Adult Bible Classes. 7. 30 p.m.: IQvening service. Subject, "Exceeding th� Speed Limit-With a Practical Application to the'Life of Today." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor, 11tn Street and 3th Ave. South. Rev. Cation W. V, iVIcMlllen, B.A.,  Rector Matins-11 i. m. Sunday. School .-.nd Bible iCIasses, 3 p.m. , BV15NSONG 7.30 p.m. t(oly Communion-1st and .3rd Sun-, days Ml. 8.00; 2nd ami 4lh Sundays .' at '11 a.m. , 8�ptlsm-4th Sundays at 4 p.m. 'T~~' PENT^O^i'AL Pentecostal Mission ' (Apostolic Faith) i Cor.' 6th Ave. and 18th St. N. R�v. C. M. Neve, Pastor. Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. fNemihiy' ami Thursday at 8 p.m. Olvinn Healing. Jfi�U�.JsCom|ng;Soan. First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street 3. Sunday Service at 11 a.i.i. Subject-"Soul." The Sunday School will be closed during August. Wednesday Evening, Testimony most- ins, at 8 p.m. . The reading room is open daily except Sunday and lognl holidays, from 3 to r> p.m. Here, the bible and authorized Christian Science literature may bo rend, borrowed or purchased. The public is cordially invited � to attend the church services, alBo to visit tho rottding room. Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Frank A. Andrews. Minister. Residence, 806 7th St. 8. Phone 1547. 10.30 a.m.: Bihlo-School. 11.30 a.in.: l'reaching and Communion Service. Subject, "The Grace of God." (1.30 p.m.: Christian Kudoavor Meeting 7,30 p. in.: Preaching. Subject: "What Is Sin?" BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for the Urobilins of Bread ut 11 a.m. ........ Sunday � Sfftfaf-f t-8f. p.Bh �;>�-�o�Dt) Preaching at 7.30 p.m. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St.' 3. Rev. C. Baker, P.ittor Morning service: Subject, "Jesus. The novice jacks up his wheel to put on a chain-not so the oxperienc-, ed motorist. There are two ways of jlipplying the chain. One is to drape U over the wheel; the other Is;to lay it on the ground and run the car over it. The latter way, apart from the difficulty of steering in straight over something you cannot see, has the added advantage that the chain on a muddy road is in bad condition to handle. So drape it over the wheel apd you will have a much cloaner Job. in the Midst. Evening service: Gospel for Today John Rao. All Are Welcome, Subject, "1W Speaker, Mr. CHRISTADELPHIAIJfS Meet In the Moose Hall, Hlgfhbotham'. Block, Entrance 5th St, and 2nd Aveoue South Wednesdays: S p.m., Bible Class. Sundays at 10 a.m. to commemorate (lie Lord's Death, and at 7,30\ p.m. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Subject: "Are the Dead Alive?-The ' Bible Answer-The Dead Know Not Anything" (Eccleeiastaa'9-6.) AH Seats Free rjo Collection LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Chrtat of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Avo. and 12th tt. 8. Sunday School-10.30 a.m. Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. Primary association-Saturday 3 p.tn, Relief Society-Tuesday 2 p.m.,, � Visitors Always Welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Geen, 1016 2nd Ave, South. Phone 1493. SALVATION ARMY 6ervices Held at the Citadel,-6th 3t. Sunday-11 r..m., Holiness Moetlng; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30'Salvation Meeting. Week Nlghta-Monday, 8 p.m.. Public Meeting. Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation' Meattni 'Citadel band In attendance. Saturday, .8 p.m., freo, and :, meotinjc- :>,r-~^  Everybody Walcomt When installing tiro chains it is not advisable to have them too tight. If the chains are held in a fixed position the tread of the tire is apt to bo loosened at these points. If the. chain Is" slightly loose it will work around to different positions and cause less injury to the trend. .When making motor adjustments it is usually necessary to exercise a little patience in order to get the best results, for the reason that '-the effects of adjustments are not always apparent. In carburetor adjustment, for instance, the motor must be given a little time 16 feel the changes mado, and the results obtained immediately following the turn of a needle vave or an air valve spring may be misleading. ----- . The holes drilled in muffler vr.i\nisw- leaves' without resetting tha spring. It tliV spring Ha used for A Comparison of Saxon "Six" Price with Prices of other Fine Cars using the same units discloses a Big Credit Balance in favor of Saxon "Six" A Study of the Chart below shows why Saxon "Six" is such an unusual value. THE FOLLOWING UNITS ARE USED TO MAKE UP SAXON "SIX" BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BEST UNITS FOR OUR PURPOSES WE KNOW OF AT THE PRESENT TIME. CONTINENTAL MOTOR SAXON '. ........... $1410.00 Paige Six ........... 2250.00 Lexington .......... 1700.00 Velle ............... 1650.00 Auburn ............... 2385.00 Moon ............... 2550.00 Davis ............... 1700.00 Jordan .............. 2650.00 Westcott ............ 2450.00 Liberty ....... ........1700.00 Patterson ........... 1700.00 Abbott "6".......... 1800.00 TIMKEN AXLES SAXON ............. $1410.00 Cadillac ............. 3300.00 Peerless ............ 2925.00 Hudson ........... 2500.00 Chalmers ........... 1750.00 Moon ............... 2550.00 Moline-Knight ....... 2750.00 Stutz ............... 3500.00 Liberty.............. 1700.00 Premier ............. 2775.00 Velle ................ 1650.00 Winton............. 4000.00 H. A. L.-12 ........... 3900.00 TIMKEN BEARINGS. SAXON .............. 1410.00 Packard ............. 5000.00 Locomobile .......... 6600.00 Pierce-Arrow......... 7000.00 Cadillac ............. 1300.00 Peerless ............ 2925.00 Kissel .............. 1725.00 Hudson ............. 2500.00 Chalmers ............ 1750.00 Hupmobile........... 1825.00 Oldsmobile .......... 1900.00 Winton .............. 4000.00 Jordan .............. 2650.00 Marmon ............. 4600.00 H. A. L.-12 ...... .... 3900.00 STROMBERG CARBURETOR Chalmera.............. 1750.00 Cole................ 2550.00 H. A. L.12 '; . ........ 3900.00 Jeffery'. .;.....,- 2200.00 Kiseel-.::.:---- ....... 1725.00 REMY IGNITION FEDDERS RADIATOR j SAXON .;..... $1410.00 Stutz............ . . 3500.00 Peerless--------- ;________ 2925.00 Kissel........ .... .____, 1725.00 R'a'fle ...V,... tV. 2250.00 SAXON ............. $1410.00 Pierce-Arrow ........ 7000.00 Packard ..5000.00 Winton .............. 4000.00 Stutz................ 3500.00 Pathfinder .......... 4125.00 Oldsmobile .......... 1900.00 Pathfinder..;-.:.-.- ..... 4125.00 Stutz ---- .......... 3500.00 Velle ....... ... 1650.00 Kissel ................ 1725.00 Hudson ............, 2500.00' SPIRAL BEVEL GEAR SAXOri ... . . Cadlllaij V...  ChalniaVs . Cols ...... .". H. A. L.-12 . Hudson ;�.... Locomobile . Marmon .... Packard .... Paige ....... Pierce-Arrow Premier ..... Velle ...... ......, $1410.00 ...... 3300.00 ..____ 1750.013 ...... 2550.00 ....... 3900.00 ....... 2500.00 ...... 6600.00 ....... 4600.00 ....... 5000.00 ....... 2250.00 ..... 7000.00 ........2776.00 ....... 1650.00 SEMI-FLOATING AXLES SAXON ............. $1410.00 Hudson.......... ... 2500.00 Packard ............. SOOC.OO Pierce-Arrow ......... 70C0.0C Premier ............. 2775.JC Peerless ............. 2925.00 Chalmers........____ ' 1750.00 Jeffety.............. 2200.00 STORAGE BATTERY "EXIDE" SAXON ........ ...... $1410.00 Pierce-Arrow'........ 7000.00 Cadillac ............. 3300.00 Packard ............. 5000.00 Hudson.............. 2500.00' Cole ................ 2550.00 Auburn ............. 2385.00 Tho above piites :m> made from the American prices, plus 421/, per rent duty and estimated freight to Lethhridge. Cor. 0th Ave. and (tth St. S. Lethbritlge Phone 5KS. T � i-a.v ii, ;