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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LethbrJdge Daily Hernia, Saturday. July PUT YOUR MONEY INTO A GOOD HOUSE! You have no doubt thought more or less about building a new house. that you look into the cost a little closer right NOW! Let us suggest ..PIONEER Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 M YHRDS North Yard, Westminster Road, Phone 1063 -Lielhbridge: N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island High River Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet; BLAMES LAUNDRY BUTCHERY FOR HIGH COST OF LIVING Chicagoan Complains that Barbarities Practiced on Linen and Buttons the Root of the Evil Chicago, July -Tribune re- yesterday soul stirring let- ter attributing the high -cost of living largely .to "Jmtdhery by laundries." The letter aroused the sympathetic interest of the unmarried men on Ljuai igmnon system; opiu- dorf high tension Magneto with coil and bat- tery. Magneto located on opposite side from carburetor, obviating fire risk. COOLING: Highly perfected thermo- syphon system, large water jackets, two-inch pipes, ball-bearing fan with adjustment. Im- possible to overheat engine. BRAKES Twelve-inch internal and ex- ternal foot and emergency brakes oh rear wheels. Brake rods inside of ffasne and out of sight. Sure to Car. It is Worthy of the Name It The minion m ited HERE is a big, roomy, powerful, car, built m Canada, of staunch construction, thoroughness and honestyin workmanship and materials, and is worthy of the name it bears. In design and construction, the Dominion is a thoroughly standardized car. It exploits no freak or untried ideas. It represents the experience of men who have grown up in the automobile industry in Detroit, who- have learned to sep- arate practical, successful essentials of motor car design from ideas that have not yet proved their worth. The Dominion Limited has ample power to carry its full load of the steepest hills. It is built staunch and strong enough to meet the severe road conditions which are peculiar to many parts of Canada. Read the brief mechanical description of the Dominion Lim- ited, in the adjoining column. If you are not versed in the details of motor car construction, talk it over with some friend who is mechanically proficient and who can explain it to you. will then appreciate the unusual value of the Dominion Limited, when compared.with cars selling from or even more. The Dominion has every modern feature that counts for efficient service and long life. It has discarded every feature that recent engineering developments have shown inefficient, troublesome or unreliable. Because the_'Dominion is built entirely in our own factory in Cicada, we cap tumish repair parts when necessary without delay and without the excessive prices made necessary by the tariff on parts made outside of Canada. In T fL______i J r i i uic mccnanicai rennement, me nanasome lines and finish, the strength and sturdiness that makes it the car for I j naiie L n.anasome booklet which will give you a more com- plete idea ot this luxurious car, which we are pleased to send on request. DOMINION MOTORS, LTD., 32 Dominion Blvd. Waikcrviiie, Ont. We also manufacture rcotor tnicki for I l "Dominion Limltef at the Exhibition. Joly 13 to 23, as ,t appears at the cnj of our to Winnipeg Lndarance Run. If you attend the Exhibition, it your first duty to see thh car A Brief Picture of the Dominion Limited ROAD CLEARANCE: The minimum road clearance of chassis fully loaded, eleven inches. SPRINGS: Front; rear full scroll elliptic, extra long, two inches wide, lubricated. PRICE: Including Magneto, full 'standard lamp and tool equipment. Full mohair top, dust cover and windshield, extra, An Excellent Opportunity For Agents The Dominion Limited will in. a very short time be the most popular car in Canada. This must of necessity be true, because there is at present no car at its price, or near its price, that can show so much real value. As it is built entirely on Canadian soil there is a substantial saving materials and parts, and as our factory in WalkerviMe is situated directly opposite Detroit, the largest producing center for automobiles in the world. we are in touch with every new idea that develops in the industry. We are not trying to reap a quick harvest. but are here }o build an established business. Our output will increase from year to year with the demand. For all these reasons, and for others which we will be glad to explain further, we shall be pleased to hear from dealers who are prepared to represent us aggressively and properly. We shall be pleased to give further in- formation and terms on request The Men Who Build the Dominion Car The Dominion car is not the product of unseasoned experimenters, but is the result of the combined experience of men who have been long and prominently identified with some of the most successful cars in the United States. Mr. A. J. Kinnucan, Secretary and Gen- eral Manager of the company, has been for years actively connected with the manage- ment of one of the largest Detroit automobile _. ---11 _. l___ :_j._ a. da IKaVIIIg fCCII IUCII- tified with companies making automobile parts. Mr. E. W. Mechanical Engineer, is a graduate of one of the greatest engineer- ing schools; served his apprenticeship in two of the oldest New England motor companies and for the past three years has been at the head of the Engineering Department of one of the largest licensed companies in Detroit. These men, backed by and assisted by men thoroughly in touch with Canadian con- ditions, are building a car that is surely lined Jo be the foremost car in Canada. MILA Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Hon. C. R. Mitchell, accompanied by Mrs. Mitchell, have left Edmonton for the coast, wiere they will spend a month. Hon. C. W. Cross, ex-attorney-gen- eral, has left for Vancouver to 'meet Mrs. Cross, who has been spending the summer at the coast. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hill returned last night from a six weeks' 'trip to New York'- and through the East- ern States and Ontario. L The Women's Missionary. Auxiliary of Wesley church entertained last ev- ening at the, home .of Mrs. W; S. G-albraith. Owing to the unfavorable weather, only, a small number were present. During the evening a, piano selection was, admirably rendered by Mrs. W. J. Nelson, and a reading was -given by Mrs. .W.-.A. Buchanan, Refreshments were served and a pro- fitable social time, was spent. DAILY RECIPE Carrots and and scrape the carrots, parboil for 10 minutes and dry on a cloth: Return to ,the j saucepan "With one teaspoon of sugar. j one cup of stock or water, one table- spoon of butter, and boil gently for half an .hour, or until tender; then remove the cover and boil fast for'a- few minutes. Shell the peas and put them into iboiling salt water, enough, to float them, and -boil rapidly, for about 20 minutes. Try (them and take up -the instant they are done. 'For one into the water in which were cooked, one ounce of butter and a teaspoon each of sa5t and sugar; let it reduce until there is just enough to moisten ithe peas. Put the peas in the centre of a platter and pile the carrots all around. Serve hot Tihis makes a delicious as well as pretty dish. i FASHION'S FADS. Ribbon embroidered is revived. Plain colored parasols are most lik- ed. 4T Paris insistently holds for the touch of Wack The durable "pongees are more -pop- ular than ever. t i Underwear of cotton crepe is a new fad that 'Will 'he popular. I All white gloves are less -worn 'than they have been for some time. j Scarfs with Persian centres have deep borders in solid colors. W The newest tailored shirtwaists are I made with the yoke in the back. The one seam small bishop sleeve is the favorite for the tailored shirt- waist. i Pumps and slippers owe much of {their effect to their bows, buckles, or 1 rosettes. Cotton voiles are amongst the most useful materials for simple afternoon- rrocks. The most popular white footwear this summer will be a high (boot of canvas or kid The Paisley tie is a pretty touch which will add richness 'to the mid- summer shirtwaist. For evening wear the favorite slip- per adornment is a large rhinestone or cut steel buckle. TWILIGHT CHAT. The servant girl problem has, been solved in .apartment houses, in York and there is not the least, reason why this plan can't fbe 'on in every city and town' which .boasts of an apartment, house. ;Witfo a "minimum charge of 20. a day-for a small a service company has been -fisfew to wash of. the ten- ants ,of .-apartment louses. Modern- dish-wasMng. machines, have .already. been installed in the Abasements, ofV several large .apartment and company will-begin operations" in: a few days.' "The company family two vchin'a-" and silverware :ari-d" one' for-' pans. The her of .the apartment dumbwaiter; Polite ;-4n' call for the -dishes, each, aneal, send them. wash" and -return minutes. ..An of this plan is the ;.company agrees to pay for aU are paid a, -bonus of a, week if they and are it, "As every woman !'says the prospectus, is always'.a -V 'time when one is Everyone hates to -wash someone has to .do it at We will take'all that trouble off hands. 'Your dishes -will ibe tirely separate, so there will-ibe no fear that get mixed with otlhers. Every dish, will'he thoroughly sterilized and your .pots and pans scoured." Thus one'of the _ greatest-rproblems of housekeeping in apartments is solved ;by [a. young who was "recently married and unaide to employ a servant. He freguently watched his -wife "do" the dishes after tneir meals, usually remarked, "what a shame it wag wifey had to soil her pretty hands in the dishwater." One evening, in the, middle of a card game, the young Scotchman sud- denly threw up -his hand, remarking that he "had solved it." Wat3i -a. 'brief explanation, and with, the hearty approval of his .wife, he seised his hat and went down town and. un- folded Sis scheme ito several.wealthy friends. Before morning the organization of a stock company was well Tinder-way. It was only the enterpris- ing Scotchman's young tht HeGdMKOio- wen. M. A. POUT HOVE. ONT. ;