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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta aiming Red the All Red Route!PJ�f(JY OF RANGE South's Auto Clubs WiU See To Itj CARRP BY THIS. CO. the all- drtwrr. of the i rnn*. AU*. RRX ....... S�* BUirssore............... a4 1 tv;�a��............. �.. $k * MevUWvrav I'MJ ........SJ}> It R. X.................... SUV* Sentinel .................. i!5 t Crow'* .Vest. R.C........... rir.^ Itesides the pasting of th!* rvvid the .-.val automobile clab expevt* t*> do a Williamson tk Civ Have Four Popular lift**-New Ma.%-well Truck on Market  Albert sn� arc jrMnir to v^'r Ted roato a hnsh: i-f. know, Is the ir.ins-i an.i.iii :r..> Way which Is the* i!:v.i:t! or In "Alberta i' h.i� ��. l-.r.fcir.g u B. C. and Alberta jvrtjor.s ;i: C .->�.r,s; wsy ct p^tSn? Mh*r rv*d* throughout way from the finteh*) artlc* �u: the j prOTteo*. T'lis pes tine together motorists like to beast about, bu: tj-.ey j >visa tae A!berU A,..Kt:,u,bi;* Rv�a �re satisfied that thi> foundation has i;uilJe wijlch nas> gcvep:tfvJ a3 ,he been laid. .i/fielaJ blue bevk of the Albert* Mo It is in order to oonv.nee the motor- uir Leajtue wt!! give visiting tourists ists of tho continent that the all-red i ^ we!i as ,hose rodent her* a coat-route runs through the Crows Nest  ;>r�hensive and accurate road Ruidei now-Pass, Lethbridge. Medicine Ha: and. whleh ^.j,, nwke amo !ra%v[ tQ ,Ms.'varied tastes of the Southern Alberta intervening towns that the automohUe, SIH.tt011 ,t ,ne province a great deal i buyer. Mr Williamson slates that he * i�m ** * H� *��# t.'*a� Ifiwh fwi�,* �� te� my foow'Hr wttftt f*f�Ht* et tkXMWn Attwrt*. t%* a��r twit fc�ta$ tt�tt�d *�at *4# V4.t*�n t� bttitt n� �n��Mf, Oatajt*, *�4 to *{�>�l�Uv tu:*4 tw C*a> ulua et��ds. i)�il* it o�tai5#e 6w> m*.*s In thU dtsltU'. kl'��dy pisewtt t&'lr others *r.S WUUitRMtt atui t\ii , St ttM ��*�*� okwf* t*� m�� ta iHMiMii* �MM� tM �#U**�f t� ��� ItMf.. j >U�a� ���ta�i 9�tet* �t la* tf��llta4; at VVt i?�im*t' xttvuu, �a4 tmt�t$�t>, sowHUff eevatt. ; JV.ir.XUn. Ch�lm*ps. Ma.\�eJt, Ove^ Uad-tie up witts. *tsy of th*� and sou sreAt dialdartiv!: the 5umt��r"ia'tn�! � 4*f- Ta�jr are th� maiee 1 beinit handle*! this year by the w^ll-Known and cHI established tirtu of Wis Uanjsoa and Cix whose SAles a^eac.v-Is established in the- Cadlrtae and Overland Oarsyte. Sth St. S. During: the past few mnnths Mr. WUiiamson hadltion. In fact motorists Island .....,......... 65.S Bu'rdett ................ 72,8 ' Grassy Lake.............. so.7 Purple Springs (% mile.to "'right).................. 9i,9 Taber..................... 104.2 Chin Coulee .,............ 121.7 CpaldaJe.............. 130,6 Lethbr^ge ..........142.2 yflpp '.....................150;8 Monarch.................. i59r7 Railroad Crossing (R.R.X.)' 172.4 Macleod ............... 175.7, :�tfgan Indian Reserve, R.R. . ................... 181.6 Brocket, (to,left)_____......* 195.4 - Pincher, Station, R.R.X.. i; 203.7 Cowley �................... 212.8 1 LundUreck, R.R.X. ........ 217.2 Burmis' ,\ ..., v;..225.3 PjiBsburg................. 227.8 Muple Leaf...........'.... 229.3 - s Btiiiovue ,'..}..... / 230.2 \.-ii�^.V.X; 230.9 I more pleajast and safe. The auto j ha* found shipment* very good and he clubs ot the towns surrounding Leth-! '* ia. a good jiosition to me�t tho de-' bridge are eager to help in this work. | and much may be expected of them this year. ; tuand. The Franklin, which was introduced DELCO LIGHT IS South of the main line ot the CP. R. there have been 7S0 Delco farm lighting plants installed in the past IS months since the selling organization undertook its campaign to introduce electric light in.the farm homes of Southern Alberta. Ot these IS* have been sold under the campaign of Robert Mellis, the local dealer, and new plants are going in almost every day. In the United States and Canada more than 50,000 of these plants have been installed since they were put on the market. As an example of the efficiency ot the plant it is stated that the hotel at Warner uses one of them, carrying 77 lights. It does all the washing and pumps the water for the bote), aad the cost is only 83 cents a day. With j last.September, has proven.a popular ;car with the motorists, and Series No. \ IS for 191S promises ta.be even more ' popular for there have been added to it an electric primer for better starting, an air strainer to save-the engine, and oiling improvements making the engine more noiseless if possible. One ot the beauties of the Franklin for winter driving is that it is an air-cool- _ ed car and for that reason it has prov- j en popular En this country where there j is so much use made ot cars during j the winter months. The Chalmers is about as classy looking a car as there Is on the market for the money; and drivers of this car arc always proud ot it. The improvements for, 1918 include a new hot-spot manifold to' 'Improve the starting in coid weather. A new five passenger model on similar lines to those of jthe 191T seven-passenger is now being ottered. /The Overland has entered the field or the popular priced car with a new four-cxliuder model to sell round the $S00 mirk. The Overland is an ever-popular car and ready sale has been found for them. Two cars are now on the way. The Maxwell has been added-to the string ot cars tor wnrch this firm is the distributing agency, and is in the many new farm homes being built this year Mr. Mellis looks for a largo sale, range of lower"priced cars which have DELCOIIGHT Increases Farm Efficiency L Sand by tund can be too* bttttr *b4 to Ira time with tike ikl of electric light ud power. 2. Labor is attracted la tk* faro-THe "back to the farm" movement ii made practical when the convenience! a&onini bv electric light and power can be bad in the country. Keep* th� boy* and gWa *m Am farn-Electric lerrk* 00 the farm offsets d\y amacttoQt. Vijuabte labor aad rahtahk young manhood and womanhood are tared to the country community. I, Satr�* tba rrtirvd iaraw awaUaat-Electric light aad power nuke the iarm hoove 10 attractive and comfortable that the farmer aad his. wife remain on the (arm where their advice, experience, and immediate interctu ve ot great practical value. a> Lighten* haVd�B of A* hewMwif*-Increased (arm work in war times means increiicd labor for the hotue-wifc. Electricity "offers the only practical means of taking the drudgery of household task* tram her ihoulders. Dafcw-Ulfct b � Mtttl il��1ta afaM tmIno CMDlrr h-��� 1iW ����!��� Air rTUck RUNS ON KEROSENE TIB DOMESTIC KNaNttaiWC CD. DAYTON. OHIO. U. S. A. R. MELLIS DEALER LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Otw 50,000SatUfted Uaera ttauthout the World. THE Five Leaders A Car for Every Purse and Good Vake in Each Class FRANKLIN CHALMERS The Allwork 14-28 Four Cylinders. Kerosene Burners The Waterloo Boy Twin Cylinders 12-24 Kerosene Burners 2ff OVERLAND We are always pleased to demonstrate any of tfarese High Class Cars We Have the Agency fV>t*n \ MAXWELL Truck and Detivery Cars And Carry a Full Line of Repairs and Accessories FIRST CLASS SHOP EQUIPMENT AND SERVICE ALWAYS READY < - . D. S. WILLIAMSON GO. Dealers in Motor Cars and Accessories Phone 1546 : : : Lethbridge, Alberta The Big 4 20-35 Four Cylinders Kerosene Burners i,jlr *