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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE .-TJiK" SAT urn A y. NEW- SIX THE CAR OF THE HOUR Masler Car whose namts hnvc become watchwords for mechanical ex- ccllfnct and factory efficiency, from know- leo'ge gained by experience as as_lhc In- dustry Itself, hive produced this "Car ol the the New Elgin Six. These men, who with other well known companies have produced some of the world's greatest csrs hive In Ihc designing and building of this Capable Six, far excelled their previous efforts. T v We are proud of the." -.their mechanical genliis and experience, and confi- dently challenge comparison of the Elgin Six in stamina, appearance, in smooth running and easy.rldlng qualities and comfort, with any car from any country at any price. Experienced motorists' recognize, at a glance' th.t the Elgin Six Is not a "cheap Six" but a thoroughly high grade car, handsomt In de- 'sion splendid in performance, and equal in every rcspecl to cars selling for two to four hundred. dollars more money. One of the most prominent of the several oulstindlng-leatures of the New Elgin Six Is its easy riding qualities. With .few equals In this respect, it is nolexcellEd In luxurious com- fort, by any car on the regardless of price. The Elgin Six improved cantilever 'rear spring suspension, the result of exhaustive tests and experiments on the part of Elgin en- qineefs.-has set a new Stanford, of motoring e ana high speeds. This feature i nc ------------_.---- of IKe'low. swung been: e of originality., winds'hield expresses smartness il! the angle at which It lilted- The upholstery Is a black, long leather finish, well intaid In French-plaits, and J. of choice quality. The.Interior roomy and .loun'gy-- i y, especjal of "the "''-Elgin'-.' velvet acting" clutch Elgin Six to, started on high, gear, under ordinary condi- eliminating to a large degree th'e! 'necessity of. gear .shifting, :thus removing the least barrier, lo ft he; safe' and (ing of J a mrtar car byvwpirien; H The Elgin-.chassis, from radiator to rear axle, ftp -esents anv.assembly of units'thst have endured .the lest Not an'oVnce of steel, is used In .th's chassis of New Elflln Six until -it hss-heen '.approvedi'as theVx'acling standards of-our-: ing Department 'l "Masterpiece- Six Is a car, it fs an economical car to operate. The Elgin Six has repeatedly to a The New Elgin. Six is the; last .and 'finest product of .WLeran'- Engineers, and Master'Car Builders leadership and 'national 'repu- tation's have, been estshlished -by their ability to build a motor csr embodying, in ths highest four dominant features of the ETgrn DISTINCTION ENDURANCE ECONOMY COMFORT Sales Ro'om, 305 6th Street S. EARL M. HUYBK -Distributor FEARSOME SPY cadly-Bacteria'Bonib'i'Shd-Blinding opor Rays nr.'AnniearO'I'ltm-l Graves, sulf- former SW' WM nrros'tal November oji'.llio.chorgo o( (rylni! lo blnqkmall of (or Eomo stolen lotlors and aomo of n-Iioso -radical rcfwllng Iho Kurojienii conflict have, from tlnio lo lime conip Inio, profC6soil last night Lo reveal sens.nllunal liUPrnR- llonal ilevelopmoiils which lio silcl his "sccrsl mailo him awaro were esjiccted wlililri llic noxl fow weoks. Tho mailer spy'niul author'of such looks ns "Tlio gccroU lho man war violently denoiinied Count von ILo charges Bealnsl-himself were (trumped mi, and that he knew whore- lot he when bo asserted -some. I weeks nso lhat bo wouUI ucver liavo 'n courl heai'liie set-for next moult, ifor'lho reason lhat by then iiollhor i Count lior Coiinlesa von -lieruslorff livould be In Ihld country, "I am: determined to tinvb vlmllca- lion In llio eyes of tho American be- eiclalmed as he about In his homo ol 65 West GSth St, Now York. "My lawyer, Johu J. HnlllBan, will' .suit asalnst Count yon Demstorff on Mon- day tor tor malicious rrosecu lion, aid wo shall altach his proper ty.'I bellevo'thai under ihoMaw.'wo can altach Ihc ewbasiy1 Itself., and If so wp shall'do "I'ani awaro pf Cpuni Von slorft's he coulioued. "He- In .lends to go ivllh his of Iraiued Slnlrleuers Into Mexico ni-d lhere_tore peal on a the performau ces he was guilty of "I am Ihe' ddclnr atide oracularly, "that' wllhin flvo weeks perhaps less, (hero will be a'CbaiiE '.at attitude on lho part of Italy, or 1 -know Ih'Et on Dei J15 last, there was held ID Copenhas Jen a vorlu-imporUnl conference be 'tween German and Russian envoys.' "Germany's campaign Is to be p'usl ed oi once lo, extremes of Inhuuianil ;that llic American people as yet d not dream, of. I-know, for inslanci llhnl they have perfected horror dea ling disease bombs.. which lhoy-_ar 'prepared now to. launch at Ibc enemy jllnes from distances of several miles, leach freighted will Its sickening load oE bacteria. "Even furihcf-.tbey-are goiugi--In Jew months eight- German have lost their sight: 111'the [perfection of ii mysteriously potent i vapor rasr that ia about to .be seiil Lilasliing.lnla ihe eyes of .the .enemy1, -Every single man wh'o blinks into" the daziling, lighl of one 'of tho'sb ray's, Will "Stagger -bad; bllnaeilT-hls :sigbl 't.; "Once I. want' }o the American iKSJUlc and Ihe authorities about. Ship3 i year I toitl that living In Graveseml TiAsUicTC for ta'-fthfctcr it: reappearance 6n.rihc rtLbci- German ships or' ivorlka' b[ dcstiiic .Graves apparcnlly .referred -to "-'which-' !an jchorctl tnear Forls" .Wadsworth1' am IHamiUbn shorts' after'-'the alarL-. 4000-tons 'of, dynamite aboard: ID Fire Commlsaioner [learned that; the dynamite-Had. been 'purchased b'y the duljPont -Powder ii Company, toib'e jcbunnunlpaw, N. J. That was the Irtsl i publicly heard of it. yon Dr. Graves, reverting pi the Ambasaailor, "i lin gold at Ilia call in: banks-In Now York and Philadelphia.V.Vhat is he :'golnK'to do It? j people going lo let him get away .with MACHINE GUN OFFICER DEAD London, Feb. Lleul-Cpl. John File, ol Ihe a result of hearl failure. He wds. 3S i yearn, of age.'He was at- as 1 to Earl'Grey.iwhcn ,lho latter was governor-general of Can Tht Bulldogs Are 'Comlna'l HEM) i -V ij ._ J I V'm J Branch'at 126 SiKAve.'E. I v" :-Cdlgdry United States Hyphenates Rush Por Cover moved lo'ijiiotlici' city liad lot'l licr IK'ILIC mill no'w. llial slic i: no longer i 'f was.ricrploxofl. and jusl ns 1 -lind ybiicludc'd ilinL i 'iviual do my own wovl< fi 'ufc. .Mrs. Sniilli's girl had "IcI'L lici' a days ugo nd ".sis ready had- nmsL fi'iid out liow slic got' (old nic a Warit Ml InitHe Herald liy her 'experience t tliouglil i would have-toHlu ii-vr v: v J Manj-. Germans Uke out American liter papers In Xcw Vork City. The rush on the Ntw York fhircaii ol Xalurallzatton on Monday rnorn lhn break irith Germany, vraa. almost unprccedcnfoj In the MsLoryVof the' DcparLncnl. Kor the moat pad (lie aeekors for citizenship Germans. They represented every phase-in, the F.cnle of life, proles 5 Icr.s! ncnr clcrta and laborcrc. They all solemnly renounced the r and sis ore allegiance to Uncle Sam. ;