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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1918 THE LFTHBRrDGR OAP.Y ITERALD Lethbridge Fair and Stamnede Will Provide Much that is Both Instructive and Entertaining The lilB .imalgainalod fair and stftm-jjode to bo held in Ijothbrldge July ^�Jiud to 27th, presents an attraction which will eclipse any provloUH event ot this nature hold In Canada. From fur and near ontrlos for the exhibition, rcHcrvatlona ot aoala and .hoxea, onaulrloa ro accommodation, etc., havo bceir poiirlnR In and Loth-bridge, It ifi sate to predict, -will be c'.alled upon during fair week to on-tortaln the blggoat holiday crowd she has,ever prepared tor. Kvery preparation possible has Tjeon made to aocuro iiccommodntlon for the visitors and prevent hold-up prices prevailing. The Major .lack KoHS Chapter, I.O.D.E., have made a liouso to house canvass ot tho city, and by this means havo secured a large number of rooms which will be available at reasonable rates. An In-rormatlon bureau is being maintained by tho chapter during the exhibition, situated in Gait Gardens, close to tho railway station, where the aeekor for jiccommodation may npply. The ho-tele of the city 'have also agreed not lo raise their rales above normal during the week. Entertainment. Tho entertainment which will be offered the Y'sitor to tho fair will .satisfy the most exactin;;. Tho management has spared no effort in tin endeavor to procui'e tho best performers of the continent, man lines. One of the aviatora was killed. His two companion* were taken prisoner. Prof. Thomas 'tMiirJVidelK*naw� throughout the 3ttfamem illUt ||� 4)u�r MMa,lM ran an extensN^jMtti ih�M>^HJ|�;' Ontario, and at dC ^ISn charge of t^p^wpn*i�HOIjill Roadster, $1,915-f.o.b. WalkeroilU. MM THE MAN who admires a And this new Cluilmtrt is sen- ^ a fine, smooth-running motor sibly priced. ^ at once recognizes the merits" Two Chalmers features-the of the new Chalmers. Hot Spot-the Ramshorn Mani-  , Whatever he may demand in fold-give the engine its fine action motor action, he will find the Chal- with low grade gasoline. They mers a good car to drive, a car that give it the quick "warm up." They "handles well"-smooth, efficient, avoid "raw gasoline" troubles, and high-powered. No one need doubt these claims. TT ',,  J L  I . The motor proves them conduiivcly He will be surprised how quickly the road. Get in and take a t�n it warms up ; how little it is handi- behind the wheel, A demonstiatioa capped by low grades of gasoline, will be arranged on request. Chalmers Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd.* WalkerviUe, Ont. ::::: S V/OaillierS u^uu^^. ums^ CatrioUt......h'^TSOO MADE IN CANADA Ttwn Cm UtUtnUt ' fiJiSM D. S. WILLIAMSON & CO. UETHBRIOflE #HONK 1MI ?31C 2814 ;