Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE I, E T 1IBW II) fi E DAILY HKKALU SATtlUlUY, JANUARY 3, 1911 fficient Service for m W. S. HENDERSON In placing the facilities of our garage before car owners we do so with confidence in. our claims that we are position to offer as efficient service as any garage in Western Canada. have perfected our organization in every department and in asking for your patronage for 1914 we know we can handle your business with entire satisfaction. Our workmen, equipment, and complete line of accessories place our garage at the top as the MOST UP- GARAGE IN AL T Vulcanizing Plant Tnts is the best vulcaniz- ing [il-.ri in So'-lbem Alberta, a thoro'jffhly competent man in charge. arc In the best position to Uio care 6! all tiro troub- les and lurn o'at first ciass rulcaaU- Fire Proof Garage Our harass is fully modern and Is equipped every device for Eafety. It is stean healed and all material used in its conslrnction is absolutely Sre On: garage is recognised by car manufacturers as one of tie most up-to-dato la lie country. Service Dept. Tlirourh tills department are in a position to nnho trlpa to nil parts ol Southern Alberta, aud look afler all motor car troubles of every description. Phone this ivheu In trluble. Wo aro your scr- Storage Capacity The floor of our garage Is pointed and has every convcntence, attfendant Is in charge night and daT- Wo bare accommodaUon tor 75 cars' and will deliver your ccr your telephone requeaf. f- 'pfl ivsstfb-. THE H. T. HENDERSON GARAGE Accessories and Parts Department carry a fuK line In (Ms depart- ment and aro ablo to sbip on the shortest notice. Our eastern connec- tions placa us in a position to supply all jiarls wiUiout delay.' All 'staple 'accessories carried in stock. A. FORBES A. CHAPLIN G. KISCHELL Repair Shop Our repair shop is tlic best exiuljn red In Sou-horn Alberta. AH me- chanics aro exports and work "wttl ho dono on shortest notice. but class work leaves this shop. Our Business 'ft Commencing the new year we have decided to do business on the Cash Basis. This will make such reductions charges for al[ parts and work that it will offer strong inducements to car owners to give us their patronage. The price on gasoline will be 35c a gallon, former price 40c.. Lubricating oil will be reduced from 30c to 25c; Metzger spark plugs from to 80c; M.C.S. spark plugs from to 75c; Presto recharges from to Goodrich tires, from to 1 -2" tires from to from_ to The price of accessories, vulcanizing, repair work and storage will be reduced i 5 per cent. If you own or want a car see us. Let us demonstrate the service we can offer in all departments. We are prepared for a big business in 1914 and invite a call from all car owners. J. A. TURCOTTE Corner 6th Ave. and 6th St.