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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 2S, 1911 THE LETHHUIDCE DAILY HEKALJO I'AGE SEVEN Mm 99 Price complete f.o.b. Lethbridge When we say Complete, liicau all Iho modem equipment. used on all high grade cius Iniilt inday. MOTORS -Mot or A never lacked and lo to you thai Hie Motor in this "" liajj a surplus ot power and is capable of handling the car under all conditions, come and R-t us onslrala it. to you. Ton liear and read a lot about horse -power ratings and of motors. This Is more or IMS worthless tnlk. The to judge Uio power of a motor Is- from manner it particular car to which U is attached. For there is more In the hulld oi a motor ai.d of cliapsis ilself niih regard to easy running, than there ia to the" dimensions of the motor. K To prove to you that EtudebahPr motors arc built right, wo will you a.few facts tbat can be verified by any one of tliu 100 StudcbaXer'own- ers iu Hue district. Out. of 100 cars that have been running eosi-- LiiiuovGly from one to flva years, we have replaced only cylinder, and that wna due to an acci-, dent to Ih'ft car. motor Is fn running condition today ami .will develop just miich power ae they-ever did. sold J8 cars during 1913, and up to the prt-e- ent time Jiot an hoar'd work been done on one of them. the. We will give you their uaiuea request. STEERING GEAR A great many people wiH tell you rJiat the motor la the moat Important part of tha car. Jn respect to service 1. agree with-.them. But :1, consiilor there is one other thing ereti more important than ia only your own safety, but also the safety of those who r'Ldft with L you. an rd serious und porietitncs fatal injury. Kino times out of ten the real cause has bteu due to tiio Steering (Joar, In this rcspc-ci, for tbe- Gear of a Studebaker car, ivo claim a clear record. They .are made FufllcSonily heavy and the material is Studebaker Duality. Tlio front wlieds cannot he turned wtthojt turning the Btet-rins wheel, which makes it. absolutely safe for YOU to remove your hands frozo tbo sltering wheel, no what speed yovfr car is travcliiaj. REAR AXLE The rear of tlio Btudebafcor Four is the full floMlny type, and every bearing throughout thy entire car is a Timkin bearing, whicli IB td ps the beat hearing laade. SERVICE fr'Vou have -heard of numerous cases where cars. hsive overturiifiiJ and.iuriocsitt'people hnvo receiv- This is 011 c reason why we1 say Do not overlook this very Important fact that yon liuy a-Siurfebalter car, you buy from a i-oueern that lias been In the vehicle business 07 years, ami tiie automobile business since Its in- fancy, having sufficient capital thai tiieir future cannot be questioned. You would not like to buy n car and find after a year or two when you re- quired some repair parts, that the maker was out of business, and you could-not get them. This aUo applies to yosii' local dealer. If he has not an yrlih a ct parts, oji band to take care c-i your wants, you sfr'e loll, jo ihe mercy uf a b'.uioh of olorhEi several thousand mites away who may send tbe proper who may not, thus addjng'Ho ihc delay already caused, you. ,'i We carry a (nil line of repair vans f( 1 StiidCbalief nTo'dcls.' Oifr llepiif' IJepartfiii eomplo'.o, and our business asinring you scrylcp at.all tigies. _ all Buy it Because it is a Scc'tiic-car. Eidc in it. tosl-iis power, tbon if you arc a-pros- piirchascv- you will biiy it-becansc it's a StfKloimUei'. Lethbridge Auto Co. 311 llth St. Soiitli. Adiinis >fc Graham, Pi-ops. Old Country Football ENGLISH CUP RESULTS London, Match, sensation of tho semi-finals of tho English toot- liall association cup played today, vas the iihexpccted rieleat of Asian Villa, the holders, hy Liverpool, hy X'orwicli City PlynioHth 1. Watloril 2, Koutliampton 1. Covrnlry Clly.l, KeaJing 'i. Crystal I'al.n-e 2, CJueen's llanjers I. 1'aik Uo goats'lo .Tottenham Hoi- IfrlgMon and Move Albion 2, Swia- siinra1 grountl at Stamford Hill, London. HutRlpy and Hlif fuclil United met nt OH "rrnllorrl, but TVCTC unbuccesslnl' in reaching a decision, ihe game'ending1 In', a any goals being scored. The replay. uill place nest rrptioriaHy large crowds Ihc tMitest, and -spacious lirounitn were lavrd lo their rapacity. Following arc the results ;of -to- Jay's srliciUiIO'J panics played on the grounds of (Jin-first nnmed MICST. DIVISION' Holtpn Waiitlcr'et.s City 0. Chelsea 0, Cily 0. lOvcrlon 1, Totlcr.bam Hotspnc: t. Oldhani Alhlclic 0; Derby County rion Town 0. Portsmouth 1, Cardiff Cily I. Uilhvall .MMclic 3t JSvclcr Cily 1 HUttilY UNION ManrlicAlcr" 2a, Birkendcad 5. Midland Counties 22, Durham 5. OH Merchant Taylor.3, nMfofcl KU'hmonfl K, Unltetl Services 5. 3nr Hrislol -1. Swjinsra U, t'atdifi 3. LOOK HERE .TuonnrH AT THF THE THE rt mine- CLOUDS BIJOU f land. The 1 After I that is lioo'cod TODAY jiltes nut know v.hUh It liis j ing oi crying. Ued luaile aifcnuw, a "ioattc: prelU li'jt. :d tiut is "Through greut asuealloa of thb ttorj- la London, and haj lo do with the onpraHona of a band r i to a ou1. ol of crafty and darln? thieves of inter- }Kf lhal CMrly !iipb ur 'iouat reputation, and ?ulae-I luw, :nt capture by a celebrated detect- ive at great risk. !u il.o scarcli for lEMiuiiftl t'.ip makers have bit of novHy -.i-hen It comrs to tbJug thieves. Tlie of air craft comes in tbie way: liard. Hie Jelr-etlvn. has tracke-l tte iMeves to their headquartoie, anil Is captured by ihcim, and bouail V. ha l .f-aut to a about. tlies- be aat-ira) one alwavs sres ti.e -ILL- thing vt-Ja (r and foot. He to (-soapo aE U FO nearly tLat tho des- perate criminals to make away with him for good and all. Ordinarily they would, utidt-r circumstances, knock the detective on tbo Lead, conceal rcmair.s, but LhTs band is more- inspires. hrvatihctM could riot write it Lout that btoad comcily lie mites out ni life, therefore kuuuH bfioie cir.e or his pJays that iLeic v-ill be vlcst- tv of laughs. Hut in "Ikfiifjit Fur" he bUuck am! from flic eartli o[ uis mine his brought foiih the gem oi a woman's love. JlilMV'S "IDKA" WORKS Itolc-rt StaiTord, a ratfitalist anj i leaiter in city The British Canadian Trust Co, HUD Orno: CEO. W. ROSINSON, MANAGER We are Building the City of Lethbridge by I'uiiils I'm- ihc lo liuilj ilicir ISusiucs-i illm-ks ami liouscs. Invosi your money bi-l'urc monoy IxM-omi's cheaper. The British Canadian Trust Company A Progressive Horns Company COMYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. tliey propose to take Lira up in a bal- j Viigi'uia Maine, r, .loon, drop- birr, over sraertprc j llulh admit to'oie tiic'vcil-j lout afsea. Clever idea; what? that lliey not lou eai-h olh-i ,lr.g tbo detective- up in proper style cr. In time lie reveals bis "oliiei' Ihc Is lakeu to the aviation gioynds' the u-ite leaves. 11 where the band keens its private bu'- bis ivhile intoxicated that loon, hoisted 'aboard aod sent aloft lie "had bought anil paid for hor" In company of one of their number.; that showed lo her the degradation Chasp of balloon by aeroplane fol-' sbe had reached while wife, pi 'lows until the sirl is shown to climb "one of tie ir.ost rp- iout of..the 'plane ar.d into Iho bal-' sprxled ritiwr.5." They obstin- where Bbc, release tor fallinr, alcly that'Ibe other must lantl Ihey conic safely fo s'ound the first move foi a rei-oneilia- Ileturnlnr! lo I.or.dou, tlic cap- j jlure ot the tbieves is Thru' follows tor the young wife Very "Mutt and Jeff" Proved Attractive I three of .vcaiy struggle as cler'n'. lives with ln-r sister arn j brotlier-ic-law, the man with the -Ahj cuubl never get aiiy- better lhan-a jolt as a shipping For grotesque drollery anil fun pe- rlcrli, paying ilS a ueek. Finally cuiiarly its ovn, Mutt asirl Jcfi have Jimmy, the., brother-in-law, loses Lis jaailo themselves'' household words. job. lie phones Stafford to come to Tbe reputation ot these characters llis she wants him. Staf was well'sustained by their respec- ford COIECS In a hurry. A litD cxpoueufs at the' Majestic Thea- tre last night, and 'a laige bouse, fully "their eiiorts at pro- ducing that wliinisiealitv which whiles away'the passing'hour. There were Qiatiy good musical num- thaV-ot "My Anjelicc" and "On the Hani's oT the Panama.11 A fine ensemble was that oi Hit "Congress oi which play rests, occasion for r'oiising of much pa-1 Kelley as Stafford gives a .riotic feeling. a sieger and care- finished portrayal pi a difficult role. >r'JUss Neil ScClirne, as" Cecily liis acting in -tl.e'second scene itc- vptops that queer trait which 3 cjn forgive and lurgct its tion follows! The fast is Miss Kcllcy as the wife, sustains the optimistic, jiaticnt, true sucli a man as Hobert Stafford would marry. It is her treatment of a purely womanly role that'makes Ihe play such a suc- cess. Her alertness and keenness gives the human touch upon "liicb the a" dfeidei! hit. The ac- dfeidei! hit. The ac- wJs'Jast throughoul, lion ot'lbe play the (n CNpect The "scerie'r'y i-liaraclcr.'tor he brings back the sue- marches', uniforms arid datices'. con-iceeding icait in llic.ucst act will: the frolicsoinn atmosphere which patint repugnancy and "Mul and Jcci" to a wonianMt is n spler.did. reyre ben ta I iwi, despite the uslir-ess'of the I PIN MY FAITH TO THIS TlREi s ot the'opportunity _oi being dbl'c to imlulgc acd laugh- Georgia Nichols, as Fanny Blaine, the sister, niakts much oi her role. V Of this there vris a plentiful Oliver Rckhatdt mnkcs you think lbat 'share, ?nd those ivho requiicd the you know his Ciilley m tonic hnrt TI'O cause'to' quarrel with t life. Oric could not help thinking that the pabulwu provided.' somculipre anil sometime iie hat] seen .The. performance went with a swing j "Jimniy" and Mrs. Clilley. >Ir. Druco The performance went with a jplays with a delightful itplincation oi Ifhasinj away rnor.6tony arirl inducing'what a thorouglily trained Jap.inesc. on abandonment to the. cnterlaiimient. should he in an American oi.lhc moment. Ihome. Nobody can fool me on tire values. I run the car in all kinds of weather and for all kinds of bosses. It's up to me to keep the car keep down tire ex- avoid auto mishaps. That means the tires have got to help me, When Tractions and I go put together I look afte'r the steering wheel, and the tires look after the road. FOOTBALL CLUB A Diccllrig of bolh Ihc football and j imokflr .committees wilt he heM in he Y.M.C.A. m Monday, -March oil, at S I'.nii O'BRIEN BACK TO INDIANAPOLIS- CLUB Shcmelil 3, 1. West' llromwieli Albion 3, Sunder.-' lanil 1: SKCON'U DIVISION Jliiralngham 2, IVocilwieli llradforil 1, Ibrnsloy 1. Urlstpl City li Nolls Forest 0. Orient 5, f.lnroln Cil> 1. Glossop 2, IludderslJoW Tmin .1. l.rlceilrr Kossc 3, ffolvortiamplon h'anietcrs 3. Orhnsby 0, r'nlham 3. I.ecils City 2, ItlaeVponl 1. Notts County I, Hull Cily I. Ktocknoit Cojnly 3, liury fi. SOUT1IKRX l.BAHUB. U. 2, Hristol Hovers 2. Northampton .1, Mrrlliyr Town It. ftlllirijEliftin Wp.sthani t'nili'il I. Bad Blood-----'- it tW direct and of irrtguUr boufU Vidncyt and undigested food and other wartemat- 'ter whkK allowed to accumulate blood and the whole Dr.'Morae's Indian Root PilU act directly en the the givine them cue d lire ngth to properly niter the on (he ikin, up the For pure blooa ajM] rood keriU Uke Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills San Francisco, Cal., March Announcement was made hero today lhat O'Brien, one of the pitch- ing alnlf of the lloston Red Sos, when ithcy won the world's series from Nfcw Vork ill 1512, aud later with the cago Whito Sox, lias been sold lo the Indianapolis club of the American as- sociation, a class AA team. bo Sent, a Wlille Sox ball nltclier, said today Uiat the Federals liad ancline for liim, but lliat be is FatiBflcd with bis- contract. AMERICA'S CUP DEFENDER Boston. Mass., Mnwh frnrning of the AnieTien's cup defend- er Floon under construction at N'e- for A. S. Coekrane, ot the S'cw Vork Yacht club, has been complet- ed, ar.t] plating wns slartcd The which has not 'i-ft tieeu named, will bo lAuncbcil rluring tile last week in April. CATARRH OF THE BLADDER Nlinwih 24 Hours n Harvard Orders English Boat snibrldsc, Mass., Mnrch Harvard rowing authorities liavc or dcrctl from KnglnnJ for this year's crew an olfiht-oarml sht'l wlili-h" will dltfor "Illllc from las! yfnr'a boat. The IS 13 lioat .wili turned ovor lo liic freshmen. JOE TINKER IS MTFFED Hhrcvejioit, ,of .til; lentil of Feds, -loo Tinker la quoted n: "They hrivc lliolv lioallh, 1m Jou't ;inylliinr." Buy It Because It's a Studebaker Electrically Started Electrically Lighted Send me trie Studebaker j Proof Book i I Street------- The. Studebaker SIX is the lowejt-prictd sii-cylindcr cir' in the world. It is the only manufactured SIX at a figure anywhere near its price. It is the product of one organization; fourteen great plants perform more than manufacturing oper- ations to produce And it is the Studebaker SIX. and is thus once more, differentiated from all other cars in the world. The Studebaker Corporation of Canada, Limited Ont. Prieel f. o. b. W.lkfrrills "FOUR" Tcunag Car SI375 Car "SIX" Landau-Boiditcr S Sold by Lethbridge Auto Co, Lethbridge ;