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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl'UDAY, 1'KIMU'ARY 1910 1.H1 DAILY 1IKHA 1 PAGE SEVEN, Hudson Builds a Mate for Super-Six Little Four-Cylinder Motor 29 inches long Delivers 55 Horse Power..... Never since the (irst inlroduclion of automobiles has such an advance in motor construction been accomplished as in the Hudson Super Six three years ago and now duplicated in Hudson Essex Super-Four. "Essex" a Mystery The mystery of the Essex has been the source of end- less gossip in "inside" automobile circles for the past two Work on the Essex was begun two years ago at the Hudson factory behind closed doors and for over twelve months the secret was well guarded. Just before the United States entered the war the car was ready for the market. At that time it was generally known by automobile men, there was a surprise in siore, and remembering the achieve- ment of the Super-Six great interest was shown. Hudson Joins U.S. Army Before the car could be put on the market, however, the facilities of the Hudson plant were placed at the disposal of the government and production of the Essex was halted. During the last twelve months the car has been submitted to every conceivable test by Hudson Engineers and now it is a complete and finished product. Essex Greatest Attraction at Chicago Show When the curtain was rung up at the Chicago Auto mobile Show on January 25th, apparently every visitor made straight for (fie Essex exhibit. From early morning till late at night a solid mass of humanity was packed about the two cars and chassis which were on display. Demands for dem- onstrations were so numerous that hundreds have still to be met which were booked far in advance. A Distinctly Unique Car The Essex although a light car in construction is built by the designers of the Super-Six to meet the demand for a car having the appearance, comfort and durability of the. highest priced automobile on the market with the further advantage of possessing the greatest efficiency in power of any four cylinder car that has ever been built. Built Primarily to a Service and a Transportation Need At present we are not going to make any claims, we have been specially requested by the Hudson Co. to leave that to you; but we will at least state, a surprise is in store for those who are interested or intend purchasing a car at an early date. We know you will nol do any purchasing until you have ridden in an Essex. The Essex is built primar- ily to a service and transportation need and not to a partic- ular specification, she is a unique car throughout, every part is built in conformity with her unique and marvellous motor, Further Details if Requested Five-Passenger Touring Car, f.o.b. Detroit Demonstrations to Everybody istributors Corner 6th Street and 6th Avenue South IRSTS EXTERMINATOR STOPS THE PAIN ACTS QUICKLY RdctmMisns, lame tacV, toothache, w- actu1- sore fluent, swollen Joints DIM! -II simflw arc quickly relieved by Hirst's Pain It ha? been sold forWycflis, mid -itloulil 1 n tTcry Jioa who! tvas a hnndtcd uses. Attdcntmorwritous. HIRST HEMRDY CO.. Hamilton Canada OFT TO THE LIFT OFF CORNS WITH FINGERS Pulling Stamps on Sale So They May Be Taken in Change Pcoplfc in Lelhbridgc arc going to have more opportunities to Jearti uhat thrift stamps look like during tho next rouplc of weeks lion Jhoy have line! at any time slnco they were- placed on Iho market. Secretary Fedley and Hergt. Gitlus of (he central committee [or Southern Alberta are in the city uid are making a canvass b( the mer- chants ami othpra jvllh a view to plac- ing Iho stamps on Gala Jn as many places of business as possible, If you po into a storo tonight and are nsked lo take .your ehnngo in thrift stamps you will know that iho new scheme 13 Ihg. Among thoae establishments which Imvo alroarty volunteered to put thrift FtampB on sale are tho Alexandra anil i.ollihrldge hotels, llobortson's station cry storo and Kenny and Allln'a drns itore. Mftrfhanla arc also being nsfc- fj] lo vohmteer today and many them arw doing ea. Tho sign "Buy W. H. S. liore" can ho aeen in many placca this alternoon. Of courso llio banks and tho post- office are selling the stamps and cer- tificates and have been doing so for a couple of months- They will continue the good work but a movement to pop- ularize this form of thrift to help the ;overnrnent in reconstruction and (o ot for Canada the inonoy necessary lo establish foreign trade credits fs now being undertaken In earnest In Leth- and those behind the scheme are sure that hethbrldge will be where sho has always been before in patriotic the fore." Incidentally Scrgt. GStlus Is arrang- ing today with Lea Brown, manager of tho Colonial for a thrift stamp night next week when thrift stamps will be introduced to theatre-goers in a way that will be an Interesting innovation. HOUSE TAKES WILSON'S PLACE PARIS, Feb. the sup- reme council re-assemblea at three o'clock thfs afternoon, Col. E, M. House will take the place of Presi- dent Wilson. The Russian situation set for consideration today, which Is tak- en to Indicate that the question of thV conference on Prince's Island will be taken up. DROPPED DEAD ST. CATHARINES, Ont, Fob. George K. Stewart, ivho collapsed on way homo from a, political meet- ing last nCgut, died this morning. His aged mother resides at Edmonton, Alt a. It is proposed to appoint Rural Y.M. C.A. secretaries in Aibevta am! 3. O. Tim suggestion met with favor it the 'emto.'ial convention in Vancouver will bo ottered to. the Xaib-ial Cunnrti It, I1. Wallace maiie ins 111- noun cement in presatiliu.; his rnporl oT the convention at the regular meet- ing of the directors Thursday.' The object is, of course, to extend the act- ivities ol the "Y" to the rural districts and the work will be looked alter by local supervisors so far as group games are concerned. The physical di- rector anil assistant are leaching group games lo a special class 61 Hoys, selected from the various schools iu the Y.M.C.A, gym., so that these uoys can go hack to their schools and unier the supervision of their principals teach those games to the rest of the pupils. I Trie sports portion of the "Y" physl 1 oal program will he commenced after tho "V" activities tire April. The School Board Is to provido tho necessary equipment to carry on (he Sport Leagues nud will provide ma- terial suggested by our physical di- rector iur the carrying on of the games for children ol nil ages. Detailed ar- rfingcmenls will be made hy a com- itiltlee consisting of the principals and the School Hoard ami the physical di- rector ol Iho President Xelson of the Y. M. 0 Doesn't hurt a bit and only few cents- costs You'll laugh. Apply a few drops then lift sore, touchy corns right- off, Xopain. Yes, mag ic I German Assembly Asked to De- clare Also lo Demobilization Plan Feb. At the meeting ol the national assembly today Ilerr Iluitz uut forward a mot- ion inviting the assembly lo adopt a resolution containing a declaration staling Ihc German Assembly would never accept a peace of violence and protesting against the terms of the armistlco as tending to niln Germany. The resolution also protests against (he denial of EcU-determination ol Alpaec-Lorratne. Against Demobilization BASEL. Feb. von BrocK- meeting of the armistice committee on Feb. 2. A French general acting un- der instructions from Marshal Foch, Hie newspaper adds, to make answer to the note and'declared that it would be examined only if it was presented in a more courteous form. Ceu. von Ilamnsersteln, tfie leading German military delegate postponed a declaration in the matter until tho receipt of instructions from tnc German government. TO GIVE CHILD CHANCE LIFE Woman Legislator's BID to Protect Babes Born Out of Wedlock ALBANY, X. A Mil, winch alms lo protect Hie child Iwrn out ol wed- lock, has heen introduced in the low- er house of the Legislature by Mrs. Mary M. Lilly, Democratic Assembly- woman from Manhattan. Under the provisions of the bill, the so-called il- legitimate child will be entitled to the name of his or her father, to the care, maintenance and support ot the father and rhare equally in his estate any legitimate child, Try This! Ah Dandruff Disappear? and Hair Stops Cominy Out. Surely try a "Dauderlne Hair Cleanse" if you wish to immediately double the beauty oC your hair. moisten, a cloth with Danderlne and draw it carefully turough your hatr, taking one small itrand at a. time; this win cleanse the hair ol dust, dirt or euy excessive a few minutes you will be nmazed. Your hilr Trill be wavy, fluffy anil abundant and pos- sess an incomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance. Besides beautifying the hair, one ap- plication of Danderlne dissolves every particle of dandruff; Invigorates thu such a child is slopping Itchlne and the hill reads, shall be the duty of the mother and of the doctor attend- ing the birlii to report wltliln ten To those who are really particular about the Coffee they drink, there is one brand that always pleases particularly well because it is particularly good- Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. la tf, I and 2 pound also flue ground for Percolators. Never In talk. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 205 rrlations to other peoples. he continued, "Uer- ..A leu- cents buys a liny bottlo of ninny's voluntary disarmament Iiaa not reported that ho was Interviewed by live magic Fressone at any drug store, softened our enemies, who recently nl- the mayor in respect of possibilities of Apply a few drops of Frcezonc upon a trtnpted lo settle on the basis ot dls- thc cHy lining permitted to lisa our lender, achlnK corn ur n callus. In- armament questions undoubtedly pt-r- lirefionl writing room for a public H- alanfly (hat (rnublesomo corn or cat- (jvining to the imice conference. I brary. He was flstort lo give tin imme- 'lls "tops hurting, then shortly you have repnlseO and will rontinuo lo re- ( decision so that 11fl il ftll salt. lustrous hair, and loin of It, It you will spend a few cents for small bottle of Knowllon's Danderlne at any drug store or toilet counter and try It as Juvenile Court system ago, has been riUrslng this bill In bar mind fov some time, and it needed only tho In- dorsement of Judge Robert J. WilKln of the ChiWren'n Court of Brooklyn tn Induce hor.lo take It, btfora tbo Legislature. filler arrangement arc to'bo made by j Immftugl-Adrcrllscincnt. R commlllcR appointed hy Ihc mayor end the "Y" ilirnclors, Thr rily will BRITISH STEAMER AFIRE dl9o iho use of our rotunda as a public reading room. The annual'mcRtiuf; of Hie loctil as- pocbtLon will lie helj on the second Tuesday in May, the constitution lift- ing nnienilcrl uf insi niphl's inciting. Feb. tirilfrli Moorish I'rJnce, of 'tons. Is afire .ind inakitig for iho AzorOf. aorordinf; to n id by I-loyda toiiny, DALY'S HEW JOB OTTAWA. Feb. J. Daly, who recently hii posi- tion as chairman of the rtpntrJa. tion tommiltcs, has figrtsu to undertake .1 special Investigation of the system of labor councils in Britain, it Is probable that Mr. Only will qo ovcmss in with this mission In Id observe conditions agreed upon wilh her nrivtrpartcs. Thoso condit- ions imply tho complete rcimnrlnUon of Ihn political aims of HIP oM nmny. We are ready to accept re- strictions upon our sovereignly, 'he submission of our differ- ftiicca wilh oilier str.ltR to an internat- ional court ol arbitration and Ihe re- nunciaMnn of our armament, if our oM anil future neighbors r.iit, to the asmc rcatriclloiip." Sharp Retort From Foch BLUE RIBBON INSTANTJ.Y RELIEVED ffSTHMADOR ORHONtY REMWDED. ANY DAUGGIST ct A noid fontninJng nn insinuation thjt the occiipntlon of (iCTmau territory was not iluo to military superiority, acronltng lo ttin Culogne Xeitung, was Honied In recently lo the flIHeil armis- tice hy tne Ucrman delegates and Is i sulrt lo have- drawn a very sharp re- j tort on beJinK.ot Marshal Koch at tho Ask for Blue Ribbon Tea and see that you get is no other Tea ''just as Try it ;