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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAJICII 3, loi? PAGE SEVEN EARL M. HUYCK AND THE ELSIN Southern Alberln'8 prosperity dur- ing lliQ past two yean has attracted a number o! automobile dealers, mill quite (renucully n now car IE to lie scon on the streets. Tho latest arrli'sl among (lie Idler quiHty cars In llio new Elgin ail which IB receiv- ing much tavorablo comment. Mr. Knrl M. Huyck, who la ploucerlng tor the Kin la lu Southern Allorta, has located his sales rooms on sixth St. H.. and U oulte confident (lot lie will fcl his share of the automobile busi- ness wltli the cir tbal Is "built like ft watch." TliB Eljln build! Ihreo different types of cnr, each being very atlrac- tlvo and Jln'erlDg a great deal from the ordinary run of cpr, Tho Ibree- yassejuer, or Olovcrtuuf, U new de- psrturo from ilia ordinary roadster in that Iho scata arc arranged Jn the (nape or a clovorkul, which elves a pleasing effect and amplo room for Ihrco pasEcngciB, Thta arrangement together with llio torpedo-shape body design, makea for .attractiveness and comfort ond rm Ideal car for the busi- ness or prplcasloimt uiau. TUo four paBscnscr car li built along llio earuo Jlnea as tho. three- wllh tho exception that the back am'ac- commodates IWQ IJCOUlO JllElead Of hut cno. Ibe eulraiire to Iho back be- Ini) thiWgh.'au u'sle. l.L-Lwcen tie front Boats as lu the- Olovcrlcnf. Tho loog yacht-llko llnea of tbo lour. Ing car, together wllh'the fashionable centre cowl, radiates an atmosphere of refinement whlcll should pletea Ibo mofil robtorlsl- Mr. lluyck has already unloaded ooe carload of spring or'Jer, and has made a number of sales, while- bo has two more carloads whlcli will bo here during (ha present month, lla Is a iiow-coiQor lu hut likes Iho uusUTne air or activity of (he floulncrn mclronollH, and agrees ACCESS! Bolli Strits "18" FOUR and Ihe Series "18" SIX Chassis art Ihe evolulioi) of lour years' experience and concentrated sludy. Mcdianically, cars have Ltm iroprcvcif, refined and perfected, until loday we believe Lliat x. Ihc chassis represents the finest piece of mclor ear mechanism on Ihc mirket. 'This continuous liased on (lie experience of is manifest in simplified design ajid ivondcrful ac- ccssibilily. You can" easily set at ct-cry part ol f, the Sludelalitr car for adjustment or for inspcii- lion- It is dislinclly Ihe "Owner's the car for the owner who liKs to take rare uf his own car. The design is so simplified, ihe function of each part so obvious, and (he-detail' so easy to get at, tliat you can very soon under- stand your car and learn to know it, and especially so wtienjrou are taught ly the SyiU'milic Service System, which tvcjy StuScbaker Deilcrllia5 es-' taWishcd for Studebilar owners. "AfaJf P., FOUR 50-H. P., 7-Pa3tengcr. SIX .........1595 F.O.D. The Studebaker GarageN 322 Sixth Street, Oppailtc Herald! J. T. Prop. Lelhb'rldaV, Albsrti It's 1917 took die But wetan't teJljou what thiyTl do matt dooanittimte that. Coowm and lot M you tlia 1917 bdiu widt MM Motor fMtMt, molt powrfri, 3 U 5tem DO "RB ht the word tig M-O.T.O-C.Y-C-L-E. Saetbem today and find out D. E. Mac DONALD. 107 Fifth Street S. Gunsmith Llmt Lcthbrldeo dcacrveg tho rcputa- tall on ot being tlio automobile cuntrc oC Southern Alfjerta. D, 6, WILLIAMSON'S LINES Practically a now car in tho ken pi' So-jlhcrr: Alborta motorists la the C'halmorB which Is being ham.led Oils year by D. S, WilllainEon, fJLh St., K. Mr. Williamson has been In (he auto motile business In IxilhbrldEo for sev- eral years, but it Is only wllhin Uio jiast few months that lio lias Intro- duced Ihe Chalmers, and ho has bright prospects of making one ot Ihe leading care of tfao south during Iho coming summer. On Wednesday of this week he unloaded iho flrsl carload of his 1917 order, and had four more carloads on order. Besides lhc Chalmers, Mr. William- son la handling the Overland ami Ibo d lilac, although the latter car, on zount of Its high quality and at- cndant hlth price, Is no'. In de- mand for- the trade of Western Can- ada aa yet. Tho Overland, however, s an standby with Lhc jiftoplo ol aud needs DO Introduction iti ,clbbrldgc. The Overland Is Uio symbol of Bcrvlcc, and Mr. William- son hna (en carloads on order for tho pason. lleslilcs the Rales department, Mr.l .VIlUamEon conducts an up-to-date garage, EO that hJs establishment In all gives work to Bcvon men, foifcof whom arc employed incc the Chalmers was Introduced Lclhhiltlgo last. September quite a number have been In commission aisd [bey arc finding many Irlends, The VJomlii'on government has uovr Before selecting any cars for army Ecrvlco, government engineers experi- mented with various makea of cara ou tho Canadian market. Chassis lorn down and every uarl was ]ccled to a gruelling test. Tlio 0 r.p.m. Cnnlmors was chosen at Ihe end.ol these experiments because qualified best ns Lo all-around per- formance, fuel economy and excel- lence ol workmanship. The first order for 41 cars was dis- tributed amoag tho different concen- tration camps from Halifax to Vic- toria, Individual cars ba'ug placed at Halites. Victoria, 61. John, Quebec, Valcarller, Ottawa, Toronto, London, Howard, Winnipeg, Lake Camp Harden, Regtna, Calgary, Vancouver, Montreal, etc. v PURCHASE FIVF. FORDS The provincial poltco depart- ment has purchased five Kurd cars for Iho uuc of the head- quarters (staffs of tlio four dl- visions. Inspector J'lprr of JiOlhbrldeo will huvo one; (hero will he oiitj cacb at C'algary and HeJ Deer ami two al head- quarters in Edmonton. huMd new homes they are arranging for tho InBlallatlon oC plants, A eoup.'o of hundred IKIYQ already placed the LctlibrMgc dtatrlct and this EU miner promises to pee nmny morn Installed. Mr. Mclltii recently usrd his rlc- pionsLrallng plant, M'Mrh he carries on the back.of his auioinobllu, lo Kcicd the- tho opening of the CoalOalft Bchool. The IruBleos had auaiiKOil fnr the InBtallyllon ijf a IMro uln'tt, ljut H did not arrive In lime for the opening. Mr. Mollls came lo itiQ rescue with Ills demonstrator, Lack- ing his car ufi to llie ftthool liulliUng and furnishing llfbl for Iho ceremonies from flvo o'clock in Iho nvonlng (111 one o'clock In ihc. morn- A COMPRESSION Tip If your engine has a starter taclicd you TTI.'ES tlie opportunliy lu lest conipretslon that hand cranking SJncc the demoiislralinu Staudo'1 us- Many an cnKhic ts losing >lak-A-Traclor was in the licrauso of loss of comurcsEfon t-lly ynd put grr-at bj- Iho owner. So Ret Interest lias been maiilfe.sioi) hy far- out tlic Burling hanulo occaslonaHy mera and others arc anxiously' and lcel tlic compression, a walling tcsla under Alberta coiuli- tfotjs; The tractor Js now being dls- trlhulcrt by Mr. K. C. (Juilliruill of Ihc Superior As a By Experlenceti Workmen, ALL WORK GUARANTEED 817 THIRD AVE .3. DDK C3 D30Q out one behind the oilier. Ho has alFo been hauling conl. ami has found Ihy machine raosl sailsfadory. There cir lo wlilch It la atttKiied, atitl alto- poflitr H appiara as if lhc tractor do all lliat IK claimed tor It. pround, tests ivlll m.Tln ivllh a breaMnE plongli, and dozens of orders placed one car load of the attach- rrenle and has two more carloads on order. ALLEN JACK AND THE GRAV DORT WJth a carload In.lto sales room, the third lo be brought-In slnco the Gray Dort. car woaT introduced to' WWIo many farmers throughout Alberta are purchasing auto- Lallifaridge last fall and with more on nio r use in llicir business and the- road, Allen Jack Is ready (or Co the comfort of tlicrasolvcs fieasou's business' nt his sales many more are In- OB 1st Ave. S. Mr. Ja'cfc is well known' sift Ung electric lighlfng plants in In the Implement business In Soulliern Alberta, and experts lo be as well in (lie automobile business be-! fore tbc summer is out, for he has great faith In tho'Gray Dort 1917 car. 'Transcontinental runs and moun-. lam'cllrabs aro all very In Uiclr but In themselves they do not Bell says Mr. Jack, local dis: iributor 01 tho Gray Dorl. "These sensational performances and the like form Inlsrealing: sporting events, cut Ihe average man -who buys a car wants a moic rmcllcal test Besides, lie decs not feel quite sure that the car lhal lias travelled Irorrt NCTT York lo San Francisco in 'seven days' ,19 exactly the same as llie car he will gel If he buys one of thai make. "For him a car that will _eo as fast as Llio average' man desires, run smoothly over average roads and be comfortable for himself and the mem- berg of biE family, and uccnuui'cal In operation, fills the bill, provided he sold on the responsibility of the manufacturer behind Lhal car. My of late has been that pco; scrutinizing Ihe guarantor be- hind Iho much more Ihnn the guarantee. Whal they vrant to know is (lie real resronBibiHU- of Ihe utftcturing orpanization, and the deal- er wbo is scllins; ilie Gray Dort, has a big story to tell on Ibis THOS. QUINN Ar4D THE GRANT SIX "The eyes of the eastern CnnsdTan. motor manufacturer and are on Southern said Ilerlor, Lebcnii, of the Co.; of Canada. lo the Herald, yesterday when ho was in the city, up with Thos nulnn. vlio ha rilslrlbulor for Ihls now line of' cats is rnnking Us aiirear- anco in Southern Alberta. Mr. Quinn, who has been in the Implement busl-: ricsa In the south for a nurnher of: years, Till be the. distributor for) Soulbcm Alberta. The Ornnl factory 1 is in Cleveland, llie price of the cars' there being Tlio Grant Dls- trlbulinB Co. of Canada has contract-- to handle 1200 cars this year. Mr., Hcrtcl Joanette, farracrly. with the Chnlrncrs and Maxwell companies, is in the west with Mr. l.ebeait aliUne ITI Ihe nrranecments for dialribuling, and rc-m.Tln In Lclhbrldge as salea. manager. Mr. Qutnn ycslerday nnlondeiT hia first carload of Ihcse far? bl his iraro-> on 2nd Avenuo South. The Granl Sis Is a neal car but K Is in cdiciency thai the com-r pany maizes Its clnlma. By winning: Hie Pikc'3 Pcafc bin-climb over all' cpmrclitors in class "B" plnccirenl 230 cubic Inches and un-'." dcr) Heinle Jones ia hl.i Grant with Ha piston displacement of slight-; 17 KSfs ILanilSO fwblc Inclics, rreat.-' cd a al Iho famous Pike's' Peak classic Mil climb that will long" lie remembered by Ihe lhnncni'ih cnllniaiasLic molorists wbo witnessed Uio cvcnl at Colorado Springs. Ant. 12th. Ills lime for thn twelve and. fouMenlh miles was 25 minutes. 42 seconds. The best showing made In.' tho high-powered class was only a- few minutes faster lhan the Grant Six. Uiclr rann furnishing corniurl: The Delco farm plant, which l9: being disirlbutcd in tho LcthbrldRe'dlstrict by Mr. Robert Is meeting1 a long-felt waul in rural and .as farmers EXCELSIOR 18-3 HENDERSON FOUR CYLINDER COME ON BOYS ITcrfiit The biggest, most powerful, fastest, ami in every way the two motorcycles ever put on road. Tlic good nld X is a machine a year ahead of the t n THE HENDERSON-a new four cylinder Motor Cycle Embodying the bast ideas of automobile design, as well as the most successful i'eatiires of motorcycle construction. See These New Luxury Jlolorcyclcs on Display at M. PRIEST 511 Sixdi Street South Lcthbriilge USE PROPER OIL Another cause o( loss ot power In winter yslne (oq heavy an otl. It ia chilled by the crank case and docs not wort up lir Ihc pistons, causing them to run almost dry. Use a lighter oil In winter' and avoid I his trouble, _ F.O.B. Oahawa The quality of the Chevrolet to people of price .owneiiftip lor ihoMof tnoaerate CONSIDER THE CHEVROLET FEATURES.' 50 MILES AN HOUR MORE 25-39 Miles per Gallon of Gasoline Parts are the Lowest Price of any Car on the Market. QiuilJl.v C'onsidcL'cil. .t MOKE POWER, C03IFOKT and STYLE ;nnl MORE FULLY EOTJirPED THAN ANY OTHER CAR AT ITS PRICE. Avenue, rcai1 Union DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE. I'lione 1021 Lcilibrirtg-c, Alberta ;