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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST T1IE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Exhaust Echoes Garage Gossip NEWS OF WORLD the Motorists of South Alberta Mitchell Six Took Part In Big Lethbridge Stampede TheHabitofFlighi Ten years ago men did not The uso ot the air for any purpose save for precarious observation in EI drift ing balloon was torlidtlen Ex periments liad already led certain pionees to hope that flight would be Certain very short experi mental distances had even eeu cov Bui flight as a as part f our was not only uu but unlocked the great which will change all our and has closed all our past Is dominated by the fact that men cat fly by thousands in nearly any wea MOSt LA ftfr f M rND w r ouably one of the liest advertiseaturea ever put on locally by an mobile dealer slagecl by Manlluycli ot Ihe Uljou Jlotor Parlors placed a new Mitchell sli at Ihe osal of Texas the sixgun wlio created a furore liy his y shooting nt tho Stampede here eek Driving at 40 miles an r around the Texas George glass halls from ths car In a way attracted wild enthusiasm from big The car was gaily orated with banners for the and the Mllchell well known to thousands ot Southern Alberta motor lluyck has pitmeil his faith the Mitchell and the two new cars he has successfully Introduced In Lethbridge Ihis With his well equipped garage and theso cars as his eading line he is fast gaining a place among Ihe leading molor dealers in the and with the harvesting ol the iew crop lie especls to get his shart of Ihe He has Ihe goods and te knows how to get Ihem before the ALIM AFTER SOME American Automobile associatior ms decided against holding the 191 racing championship on account of he few speedways that will be It also allowed Ailkeas 100mile record of made in his Pcugot at Shecpshead Bay on October As a result of war bt Ihe Baalim Motor dlstrlhutors ot the Chevrolet for aUCru went to Ucgina Fr to rustle and push them mieh to nil his bin million at almost any height that vU support for hundreds ofmiles at a stretch and for hours without land It is in the this revolu tion whleH has changed point after another In war until the whoje art ot a campaign Jms been transform EUCCCSS of artillery against permanent fortifica complete stratesiral observa the breaking down of field works y exactly marked intensive nd twenty minor things deuenlVh Irely upon the conquest of the This the truth that modern for its new great changes pivols upon will have consequences It has already produc ed a vastly numerous new arm in every service It has added lliat arm o the fleet as well as to the land forces of every H will of necessity create a defensive aerial fleet throughout periods of It will he the leading and most rapidly progressing military thing ill the near It demands youth and ahsorhs the attention of all those who will within a generation he of most fiucnce in our national The first detailed account of the disastrous fire at Salon ika last Sunday is contained in a neu ter dispatch from that which saya persons are homeless aod tbt property loss is Insurance companies are interested to the extent of from two to three million The scarcity ot water made it almost hopeless to attempt Daalim will also look Into service as he intends extending this end of his garase He now has three machines truck situation will also receive HJ thinks there is i big here for a truck for general and will endeavor to sign up a f NO 1017 RACING CHAMPIONSHIP New contest board of to subduo the Refugees arc camping on the outskirts of tho Tbe destitute are Icing cared for ly the entente military tho British having in their Food and fresh water are very The whole sea from the cus toms house to the famous white low Including the famous church of Diffiitriand oilier churches and was Three enemy airplanes flew over the city and drop ped bombs while tie fire was burn Read What Katherine Stinson Writes About the Grant Six 23 The Ottawa sep arate school through its The stupendous change has not only fight against the Ontario governments transformed it has also in part i bilingual has liccn in the must much more in Ihe future jjiubHc eye for half a dozen now civilian The I faces according to a war came tit this long aspect of flyli arid when the risks and ex moment when statement by ils Sam ing was far from The Bank of which the Oldfield dinner In Cincinnati has been temporarily HIRAM MUST GO San Hiram son of United States Sen ator Hiram was denied exemption by a selective draft exemp tion board hern asked on grounds of his wifes Johnsons fatherinlaw offered to h Solds of the boards sinking has refused to honor a check for drawn In favor of the Union Joseph in payment of a maturing The hanks fusal to hand over the money Is hased j peases of the first stages were absorb ed at once by military with the war thcr civilian aspect ivill and the new aft will he thrust Into the lives of t will come to form part of our exj on legislation empowering perience as the railway has come to It to retain Ihesinking funds to foriu part of the and the date debts Ihe Ontario government commission was In con pf the BchoofsriJThere are a num nf due and the sinking lunH vrilh which they were to WESTMINSTER BUILDING Chicago July Hector Grant Distributing of RESIGNS Notice has been published in the official Gazeltethat Major Caron has relinquished support his daughter for the duration j his deputy assistant directorship In have been met wirLnot Suits tiebemiire hold ers for iccoveryoftheir money may force the1 boardinto It is of the it was j the Canadian medical Dear X I wish to thank you and Ruttle very kindly for your thpujntfulness In placing Grant Six at my It makes Calgary seem more llkemy for while I amthere I drive mjf own Grant and say without hesitancy it is my favorite It Is the neirert to my and at I I firid pleasure in driving because it seems like intelligent comfort and riding qualities it proves Again thanking and wishing Sighed KATHERINE the Grant Six sells for Lethbridge CAN BE BOUGHT IN LETHBRIDGE THROUGH HECTOR LEBpAU WESTERN CAN ADA MANAGER Who will also talk Agency Some real good territory rtlll AT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL SEPTEMBER Sold at Magrath by Magrath Motor Sold at by Pineau Service Station at Standard Six The Hundred per cent Car I One Hundred per Safety WITH ALL PARTS MADE OVERSIZE AND OF TOUGHENED STEEL WITH ALL PARTS RECEIV ING THE GREATEST STRAIN MADE OF VANADIUM STKEL WITH ALL STEERING AND CON TROL WITHIN IMMEDIATE REACH THE 1 IS THE SAFETY FIRST One Hundred per Endurance THE MITCHELL IS NOT TO BE RUN ONE SEASON AND TRADED BUT TO LAST BUY One Hundred per Comfort POWER TlfJE PUMp 127 INCH WHEEL QIVING AMPLE ROOMf REVERSIBLE HEADLIGHTS SHOCK ABSORBERS BUILT INTO THE ARE A FEW Of THE 31 EXTRAS INCLUPEC JN MITCHELL WITHOUT ADDITIONAL COSTiTO One Hundred per cent Beauty GRACEFOL A ti COAT flNtSH THAT POLISHES LIKE MmRORi REAL LEAJHER HOLSTERY ARE THINGS TfllAT TO MAKE THE MITCHELL A THING OF BEAUTY AND A JOY Bijou Motor Parlors AlbeHn Front Our Own Correspondent Miss the new will ar this weeU end the school will Monday The youilsslers have had a long holiday ant should Yoiurii with good hearts pre pared to do n good cessions work Mageewho has been spending ai vacation at Slefcler and Buffalo returned on Monday evening looking wel for the i entertained some of their lidy frlemlj on Wednesday after Ihey had held usual Songs with some dances passed a very pleasant time after which refreshments were handerl who Is an afdcnt paljvivisit the local lodge on Wednesday and gave them a very In terestlnfe lodge Is now are lookngirorarrt toa new well beingdriller on the Whtlnerfarm drill tho to get good stream j of waler In A few Aj full of the great doing held appeared In the hut there is one small item that wan If Hie crillorhl blue or whatever ho uses lo oul mauer which loWs mind not leaves this paragraph pome wll have a j Among the calurea slaged on lie Irajul Vienfarm a atooklng matchhslween various business men of The newspaper men were among those who werfl ask ed to do their share lor the empire help on working farm The worthyscribefroru the Her ald lookedpretty bad at the but showed a but alas the scribe from the Telegram phatlcally His statement being that he was and not a We guess he was afraid of getting th sfeit event did not come off and the people of Ihls burg other places both on and oft the map are still the dark to who was the best We should like to make arrangejnents It both the scribes are willing to have a private test whichwill only view ed by a few of those most Tho work ot digging out base ment of the new church which was commenced last week nearly finished and it is sppn carpenters will be on the thoweek sales have teeS mndc through Harris The plans for the new school have now been prepared and as the board have arranged for an issue of deben cover the cost it Is eipeijttd that tenders will soon be out and that work will It Is hoped to havetho school ready new 1 i All the farmers ic this district are working as as they can cutting the wheat anil ant fields already In stook are a common While a like the two years that have not still some good yields are looked Some ot the grain Is looking very nice and If thedislrlct goes to an average of 30 bushels for wheat all will whohavosold a half section belong ing to and the Wclcli half Belzman and A quarter sec tion has alo been sold belonging to lives in States to a lonal Urry a horse Iraining school here and so far has hud great Mostof the farmers of the dlslriit lot ol the men arclaklngTlessotis In the gentle art ot breaking horses and some fine seen nlchta on tho farms As wo have some badhorses in the npjghborhood the oppcmunllj of having Ihcm broke anil iii some cases Hurry has had his work cut out So hiivo thoie been who lave lessons that ho Is re ceiving host of testimonials of the good that Jolni It pajs n some districts lo havea man like he prole3cnr proper training of the men employed on farirja will make liorscs more Hahrke nd lamlly arriveii here last Iwhb looking after local has been batching It for some lime bn now wliliio relieved hari McCriiy arrived on Tuesday I Bpend a holiday wllh lier sisters her and at Barons MALI AM QF slight hall In the upward trend of food Is recorded by the labor department s having taken place In de payments Index number ol whole sale prices for lite month lically unchanged from IhaS for ami ho weekly budget ol food retail prices at Ihe middle ot the month ower at as compared ii 8 for June Relall prices lontocs were but ther4 Iso decreases In butter iread and although legan to Coal arerageit bul was upward advances In rent also PEACE ON COMPROMISE Mlct Ihe German ported In Central News dispatch Irora Arasterilani lo rekhatig lhal tfce Oeiman reply to Ihe would luised by compromise line with lieace resolution adopted by lie rekto ;