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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH r.RTJiwniirir: Bearings Should Be Scrutin- ized Carefully and Any Loose Play Taken Up'at Once o farmer saM 'tualjels of wheat at J1.63 per buEhcl wlmt would he Chorus of. automobile Just a uowspaner automobile Joko; but U contains tho germ of Irulli necessary to pain Iho smile sought, Farmers have houebl. aro buying ami will continue to. buy inora jiuto mobiles than any 'oihcr Blnjjlo class of prospects. The city man's car Is Used most of the (line upon iveP pared streets or boulevards, hut Jariaer'B radius ot travel IB measured In milei, of blocks, and lie has to contend with bail roads, and lack ot easy access to rcpali itatlons, thoreloro bis car must 'be built to stand the mailmiiin of usr l anil abuse. Tho avenge farmer's .Indirtcreacc i fa regard to tho care of machinery 'and Implements Is proverbial- Often 'reapers, mowers, cultivators anr" plows ara allowed (o remain exposed lo the elements to mat, deteriorate and decay. collcse arid lerm publications continually endeav- or to Impress upon their readers the economy ol housing, lubcalltig and in garni repair the valuable on Ihe farm. A. nfotor car coats more money than any other single article a farmer buys. U EBB no brief season ol UBC like the thresher, plow or binder, bu' IB available, and necessary nlmosf evqry day Jn Itvclve months. Us selec- tion and care Is of the ut- most Importance. Professor Illchnnl. A, LeaveU, of llici Iowa Slate College of Asrieul writing In "American 'Farm- advises (ho farmer upon ihr necessity of "keeping Iho motor car fit.- and the most desir.iblc type of bdivings to secure. In Ills article lie farmer Is generally cnlirely unfamiliar with tho fine points In Judging motor cars, anil oven alter be has purchased a car be nearly always fall? to gfYQ 11 the earo anil aUontlon It Ebould have, "In order lliat It may run more After a description of Iho various types of hearings used In motor car construction, Professor Leavell con eludes hla article as follows: f'The Tlmkcn tspere-J roller boar Ing la found in numbers many (lines easily (ban Iho old wogou, Iho motor as great aa thosn of other make' car has Us ivheela and many other of tapered roller bearings combined Important uarla of Hie running I .Nearly all heavy motor trucks tn mounted on ball or roller bearings.! America uso Tim ken roller bearings Tlio fact that- tbey can be run lor In the whccla. Various attcmplB al many thousands of miles without aa the use ot ball bearings, ior this claaa much care ami" attention aa oven, Eorvlco have shown that llio balU Ine should not inuan Ibat they are must be excessively largo ID with i unimportant parts'of tho cap. Duo to the fact, that th6 car travels a( speeds many times aa great aa that o! a jlaml tlio eovere shocks, and for thai reason Tlmken beating eeem lo IIP preferred. Thnken bearings seem to .wagon, the ani pound-] he the choice of Iho majority of man Ing on the wheel and axle bearlngr j ufacturers of medium and high prtcet ery. aevere.'The selection of yro-: pleasure cara to with at anil the severe per bearings (or the conditions the manufacturer and the proper caro of (he bearings by the car owner or driver- are ol, almost ''equal impor- tance." pervlco they meet with on the fron Farmers re'JIne this article wouli certainly bo Impressed wllh the repu 1 UUon ol Tlmkcn bearings. The Tale of the Seedy Swede Thomas M. Tiny, who put the Kiss In KIsBol-Kar. parts hla mouatnche .ind ncross with' this tale: .A Je-y.yeara ago a. aeedy.- loohln? camo Into the garage and .stood looking at a car. Tom 111 ought he wauled a job aa a wasber !or-was just .ah.ordinary elastic neck; [but walked iip to and. inquired i there was anything he.coijld do. "Dot's a nice he replied as ho pointed toward the large, ehlny boat. It was a dull time of the day and Ray decided to practice up on his sales mr'.nshlp language 'on Ih'o Swede showing him all of the fine points and tbc gear shifts. "Yes, dot'ii he would cepted [irtnciplc by tlio cafjtnet as a means dl providing cmploymcnL for Montreal, March llorllcul- Survey Transconllnenlil forging onJ fnuiorUnt Is ospecto'l at tho current ses- n addition to the ?10 which Iho returning soldiers, ami an aid to tho Dominion Bovcrnincnt It, un-lcr development ot Canada and Its Nova Scoda and New nninswlck are stood to Julenil voting for hlghwa; reply to the agent said. Tom waa called to the phone. 0 Ills return ho SP.'.-.' Uic unlCi tho car, flat on his back, smoking hit UUIc hlack "Yes, dot's a nice he "eald ar he crawled out and dusted his coat.' Tom decided (o humor the viaUoi aM finally look him around the And as tboy drove up In front of thr place a fat woman and live1 llttl' low healed kids camo ,up to mee Uiciii. Tho v.-omnn looked at UK Swede Jn an. Inquisitive manner an-" be looked at her and aald. "Yes, dot's a nice car." Tom loaded the whole family in'lr ural I'arX, Ot- awa, will bo aiuj IiiUTirjdoinil Guu-J loads (Congress, held under thQ dlrcc- lona of the-Dominion tiood Uoada UaocJaUon. tor pros a will open m TuesJay, April lOUi, Hie day alter Monday, an-1 will continue In esalon on Thursday, t'rlday omJ Saturday. This llortlcul- ural BulltllnE (s on iiink. street, iaa excellent, car Eervlco [roni ctntre of the cJly, 12 uilnulra ride dlslnhl, vhllc freight Bttl- prove a to cxhllillora al Iho annual show of yoad machinery, materials anil ac- >rlC3r liold In r.onjutictlon wllh congress. Tho ImiMlng Is well; ed and spacious, ample ac- coninjorlaUoii for both exhibition and j convention purposes, I Among topics which will bo dl.v CUBSCI] by road experts from bolh Canada mid tho United States, will legislation, drainage, foun- daLlon, wearing avirfacc, malntc-nanco anil permanent types of construction. In nddlllon-there will bo special pap- ers on grave! roads, county organiza- tion ond (he defining 01' the rcfcula- lions under wlilch municipalities may avail themselves ol the road legisla- tion put In force by tbc various I'rov- Incea of Canada, Preienl Day Needs Stress will bo hid ujnn flic prc? sent day needs of Ihe sec- tions ol the country. The subject o' j drainage, tor Instance, will be of I special Interest to Ihe largo number; of delegates expected from the cast- crn part ot Ontario. Thu maintenance Of erlsllng earth, sand and clay rondB will aUo be Inlly considered, Invitations are bcln; sent to rioarde of Trade, Good fioads AE.IOC- latlons, Autompbllo Clulis, Manulac- lurerfl' Associations, AgrlcuUnral anil Dairymen's Associations, Engineering Societies, and tho representatives ot tho Railway ond Steamship compan lea. T Encourantng Outlook -The outlook for highway improve mcnt all over -Canada was never so ennouraelne aa on Inn. pve of this Cnn- Bresi. Quebec lias just opproprlnlcd Bnother J5.000 OOfl for road making. find has adonlcd provl'llng for Ihg maintenance of roafls already built. In Ontario movement is tho car as a joke and took them a fcvr blocks and as Iho Swede slcpned out ho remarked, "Yes, dot's a ulcc car; I take her." The popular antr RRSnt almost dropped dead when from a battered old hand bag the wife of the. Sn-eilo extracted RGQG. most- ly in ?10 and bills, and passed H over like so many "scraps of paper." l RST HupmoWle performanre, point for point, aeainst the performflncc of any other car at or near iU price, will gladly assist your com-: podson by demonstrating the Hiipmobile. Aak about Hupmobile free-coupon service. E. A, Shai'man Co., IS 17. (S'ccoml Avenue S, Lcllikridgs Distributors JitlMmiyc District OF WONDERFUL" Ocean to pcean Record Broken by Kuds'on Super Six-Broken by 15 Hours The Winner of a Hundred the Greatest One of Ail The most covefed record in America has always been Ihe Transconlincn1.il Ilccord Five years ;igo a car became famous by making Ih6 trip from San Francisco to New York in 10 days and Is hours. Last May, in glaring headlines, the newspapers announced a sensational record in 7 days, 11 hours and 53 hy a famous Eight.. That considered beaten by another And now the Hudton the trip In 5 days, 3 hours and 31 minutes. Breaking laat spring's best rtcord by more than two days. Break- ing the beit record made since then by 14 hours and 59 mlnutel. The Winner in Every Great Test The Hudson Super-Six has now won everyrrecord It has sought. It has won every slock car record -from one to 100 miles. It has made faster speed with fl stock motor than waa ever ir.2de per hour. It has broken all records for 24 mlTes. That IB 62 per cent, farther than any.jtock motored ever xvent In that time before. It won the Pike's Peak Hill greatest hill climbing test ever 20 ureal cars specially built for the climb. And now, as a achievement, It breaks the record which means moro-than Trans- continental record. -j All Due to Endurance The Hudson Super-Six now .-holds -all records. All ;the; recordji.save .'made with special racing cars such .aa tuyerv never get. And practically all of thofe records have been won by the Super.Six cnduraneo. Cars with more power and cars with rnore spied have sought for nearly all these rtcords. But the Super-Six because It kept its pace. In test after test the Super-Six has been Hie .only car that did not In this ocean to ocean trip miles, across mountains and at one linio two miles above sea Super-Six averaged'for the whole trip 28.H milts per hour. Yet il wsnt through 350 towns and cities' under speed restric- tions. Fret ion Almost Nil That Is the great fact about the Hudson Super-Six Its chlffist supremacy lies in endurance. The Super- Six Invention added 60 per cent- to our motor's efficiency, solely by reducing vibration. It reduced motor friction lo. almost nil. By nearly ending friction it has nearly ended wear. And all these world's records are due mainly to that fact. The motor is small.and light. It Is similar in size to scores of light sixes. But the Super-Six Invention has made it 80 per cent, efficient. It has made it fully twice as enduring..' You will, never want your.'car lo do what the Super-Six has.done. But you do want the ear which shows this endurance. And every month's use will' increase your regret IF you fall to set the Supsr.Six. Seven-passenger Tourirg Car, K, 0. n. Ltlhbridgc. THE H. T. HEN SAXON SIX The Saxon Six The Saxon Six is the lowest priced car in (he world. Beside the wonder- fully efficient 30-35 H, P. Conlinentnl six-cylinder motor, the two unit Wagner starting and liglilingsyslcni, Timkcn axles and 112 inch wheel base, Remy inch lires, non-skid in rear and self -equalizing brakes we have in this new series touring-car made the beautiful streamline bodies bigger, with more ICR room and seat room; built wider daors: finished the bcdv and lionnct in one cnl ir: made wider and more graceful crown fenders: made the crankshaft full (wo inches H diameter; introduced full rear cantilever springs in. long; made (lie valve springs of the lincst vanadium {jlcel; introduced a new type nf carburetor (ruaranlcrinjr greater efficiency anrt easier starlirip; even with low grade gasoline: mounted all instruments on metal plite on cowl dash, provided oblique windshield i and Grecian rear bow top, as well as many, other important improvements that add great- ly to the beauty and salcability of these truly wonderful cars. This Saxon Six a New Pace in Per- formance Itcpca'cdly Uas Six proved itself the superior car. Not alone in private use.'but in1 public competition too. A in point is the motor demonstra- tion at .San nicgo Fair when Saxon Six won over bolh eights and hvrlves as well as other sixes in speed in hill climbing and quick get- awuy. By conlimied ami consistent experimenta- tion anri research work Saxon Six motor baa been given a smoother more supple power flow, accomplishing at the same lime almost the complete elimination of all vibration. Think of what this advancement means in quicker acceleration in increased flexibility and above all in motor endurance. Think of what it means coupled with the easy-ridinp; qualities of Saxon Six and its notable economy in gasoline, in oil and in repair service. Caroline Economy. On July 1st, 1916, 206 Saxon owners in all parts of the country driving stock model Saxon Sixes staged a 300-mile non-stop run to prove Ihe remarkable gasoline economy of Saxon The grand average for the 206 Saxon Sixes 23.5 miles per gallon. On Ihe 1'llh February, 1917, a lest run from Lcthbritlge to Foremost, via Taber, Grassy Lake and Ilurdell was made and the total distance of 96 miles was covered on i gallons of gasoline. Do you of any car that can much less record? Five-passenger Touring Car, .1'. 0. Corner 6th -Street and 6th Avenue South. Phone 588 ;