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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 0, 1010 THE LETHBH1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE GREATDEMAND FOR AUTOMOBILES OF ALL KINDS BEING EXPERIENCED SALES OF CARS IN THIS DISTRICT ARE GREATER THAN EVER BEFORE Line Service Donaldson The Popular Scotch Sailings PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. SATUBNIA.............. May 19 ATHEN1A ?7 CASSANDRA............ June ATHENIA 1 Third Twin Screw Steamers, large, comfortable, and very iteady at sea Service throughout is "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Hropuid Tickets tram Scotland is- sued lit lowest rates. For rates and other Information apply to any Hoalroad, Steamship Afent, or H. E. L1DMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 349 Main Street, Phone M. 5312. Vancouver, 531 Granvllle Street. This Is automobile year. At. any rato, never lias southern AlbortH in any year in Its history such' a tremendous business in automobiles every make, and description. Tlio rush for cars lias been amazing, i and trainJoniis of them have been sold I In Lotliorldge and district this spriiiR The popular ear, of course, is the car Unit can travel the most with; the least use or gasoline, .is a luxury these days.' The cheaper cars have been sold literally by tlio cash for them too. he local nuto dealers are among the bus- iest men In the south and thev have had a hard time lining, the demand. Incidentally hero is a little story that is an indication ol the times; A i'armer telephoned in to a local auto dealer the other clay, "Say. have you any ciirs on "Y-yes, a said the dealer. "Well, Just lay away liiroe. Mo and a couple ot my neighbors will lie in to get 'cm in a tiny of two." The dealer "laid invay three" on the top shelf. A few days later in blew farmer ami his two friends. "Cot thoae ears for "Oh said jjcslti, ftiid SO- j; back to the shelf he hauled down tfle three cars, neatly laid away un- der Ilieir covere. "Will we solid them for you or will you lake liiem said the far- for immediate "vVe'll take 'em now mer. "We want 'em use." you'll give me checks, Chocks uothin'. said the diBBius down Here "here's your money." They pullea out wads bint looked like 18-pound shells, peel- ed off a few hundreds, 'climbed into ttieli' cars and were gone. The Ford Garage people state thai buslnes has never been at any time as sooil as this spring. Since Jan- uary 1st their sales have been 600 per" cent Ijetler ever before. Since February 1st they have sold oil iilhi models, and prospects are good. Twenty-live cars are coming for the nex; three weeks business. .1. T. Graham, who has opened his new Studebaker garage on Sixth St. reports that he lias sold several road- sters ami louring cars, I's and On. He says business lias been splendid. The II. T. Henderson garage liave sold several Hudsons and Maxwells, always popular cars. Three Hudson super six's came in today. I The Dodge ears have also been in j demand. The Standard (garage has sold 17 of thcBC cars and are unload- j g another carload on Monday. The Chevrolet lias been in big de- mand. The Baalim .Motor Co. local agents for (his popular car have sold a" large number this spring. The JUlli model of Ibc Overland car is a beautiful specimen and there liavo been many sold. This spring the D. S'. Williamson Co. have placed 17 of these handsome cars in the city and district. E A Sharman is handling the Hup- mobile this year, ever 11 popular car. The Hup its always in demand and several have been placed. The McLaughlin-13uick car of tlie latest model is also a regular dandy. The local agents for this car are the Lethbridge'Auto Co.. and they report that quite a number have been sold. years. Mr. Hill's newest production, "Bringing L'n will be the Majestic next Monday and Tues- day, May 8 and That there's a scar- city of good comedy before the people lis no secret. "Bringing Dp Father" is going to give you something to laugh about until something else just, or half 4.t tllC MiliCStiC ]as good, comes along. It's a big pro- When" George McManus conceived uction uuiU the Idea of the now famous cartoon I series, "Bringing Up Father, from a What the Press Agents Say any the sort of tho stage is another matter and a very cllllicult one. McMaims believed that there's a specialist in every line of business, therefore when he "got stage struck" he consulted Ous Hill, whose experience In making millions out ot cartoon plays extends back for many J shown on this program, is worth the price of admission alone. On Monday and Tuesday, the emin- ent dramatic actor Bruce McRae, who made sucii a hit on tlie New Yorl< in "Nobody's Widow" and "Nearly Married" will appear for the first time In motion pictures, in "Tht- Rlng and the Man." This ia not an engagement ring nor a wedding ring, but a political ring which the hero. Gormly fights, even sacrificing his love for the ring-leaders's daughter, to uphold his principles. The play Is a strong one and well wortll seeing. Automobile prices are being the Ford price has been reduced since war began. The immense Ford cash purchasing has made it possible. to.-overcome: in main- ways the serious obstacles met wilh by other car raakew because-of: tlie scarcity and advance in prices ot -raw materials. The high Ford quality is strictly and' the most exacting government .tests'have shown-that Ford constructive. inatcrial even excels that used in most high grade cars. This year (he most .economical buy and Ip all records for economy. The Ford Garage 1282 3rd Avenue-South. Ferd Runabout J480 Ford Touring 530 Ford Coupelet 730 Ford Sedan 890 Ford Town Car 780 f. o. b. Ford, Ontario All cars completely -equipped, including electric headlights. Equipment does not include speedometer The Plants at Walkerville-yoiir antee of QUALITY and Quick Service Fzm-Cylinder MoJels v'Stadetoker ideals of quality and the GREAT Studebaker planteat Walkerville-these are your guarantees of quality in Studebaker cars And especially, the Walkerville plants. Fortheyrepresentona Sine mostcomplete automobile manufactories that any county knovre-a guarantee only of quahty but of Quick Service. Studebaker in the very forefront of the market. ftoftdftcr, 3-pwMHIer 1203 1500 At tlie Empress Tonight the great Bluebird feature, of Jealousy, will bo repeated, who have not seen this great iilay should not miss the oppor- tunity. The story is an intensely fas- fluatfng ono full of heart interest and tho acting is particularly splendid. There are other pictures which make up a great Saturday program. At the Orpheum The Charlie Chaplin feature will he repeated tonight at the Orpheum. Large crowds saw this last night. The big feature production is the Italian story, The Tenor, which is the intense- jly interesting story of a singer. The program is made complete with, an Elko comedy. For the first three days of the week the attraction at this popular play- house will be .1. K. Park, the eminent character actor, supported by Miss Kitty Allen and company ot talented artists in the very gripping one act play, "Patriot and dealing, with the espionage system as practiced by the Germans and founded on a true In- cident of the present coll- Iflict. Another item of great -Interest to be presented Is a satire, "The Dis- i solution of Partnership between the I Devil and and depicts the j Kaiser communing vrith himself, Inter-: [rupted by Mephistopheles who in the i strongest of language denounces the i mad monarch, telling him mercilessly of the havoc his crazed ambition has brought into the world. As Mephisto- pheles Mr. J. K. Park has unbounded scope for his great dramatic talent, which he uses to the utmost extent. The'tUird item on the programme is a very" bright and breezy farce, "The Princess of which'in a.'.very natural way" introduces about. twenty tuneful musical numbers, dances, duets etc. This number leaves a; trail of laughter wherever shown. In addition to the foregoing excellent bill the usual Orpheum picture programme will be screened. OPERATE TO MAKE BOY GOOD North Yakinma. Wash., May John U Watklns. S years old, whose mother is dead and whose father abandoned him, was operated on at tlie county's expense for an injury to his head. The child has given tho au- thorities considerable trouble and physicians advised an operation to causa a moral change. Where the boy j was hit by a chain several years age It was found the bones had not form- ,'ed a perfect union with the skin and ;.he scalp had adhered to the mem- brane of the brain. Six-Cylinder SERIES 17 Disgust value that is "Made i THE STUDEBAKER GARAGE, .1. T. GRAHAM, Prop., 332 6th St. S., LETHBRIDGE ____l.r, 3-punwr 170 P. O. B. STUDEBAKER WalkcnHlle, Ont The Supreme Car Patented by Hudson December 28, 1915 Patent No. With a Patented Motor Which is 80% More Efficient AtStarlanfl -'otters-a very strong pro- gram for tonight. The great three- reel exposure of the foreign spy sys- tem, gives- a striking picture of the power of Brit- .ain's navy, and also shows how the schemes of a continental power1 are foiled by .British strategy. The car- toon of their Satanic Majesties, the (Devil, and the Kaiser, whion, will be asn PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUP TIRES ReSf.U, S.Pflt. Offi This super-quality was conclusively established by the official finish tost of nine strictly stock Va- cuum Cup casings by the Automobile Club of Amer- ica, The cortitied average of all was miles. Three casings rolled up Individual scores of and 10.1C4 official miles. Guaranteed for 6000 miles DODGE BROTHERS, MOTOR CAM It'SpeaksJsr Itself 76 h. p. From a Small, Light Six T TAVE you Mty doubt that the Hudson M is the car ever built? X J- mperoix inw ------if to, you thould make tome Before you buy a car for yean to come, these are some to fettle. wasted is here turned to reserve power. In ordi- nary driving the Super-Six Is never run at more than half-load.' the motor is never taied. That means'economy.in fuel and in wear. Tbo Super-Six is not built for speed. But apeed ii one way to prove its efficiency. The Super-Six has made the fastest speed ever made by a touring stock car. The Super-Six is the moat powerful motor in the world with like cylinder capacity. A new principle, 'patented by Hudson, has added 80 per cent to motor efficiency. This size of motor, at its best, used to deliver about 42 horsepower, In the Super-Six it delivers 76 horsepower. No other Eight or Twelve the Super-Six in efficiency. The Super-Six will out-perform any other car that's built It has done what no other car has done. It has climbed hills on high gear which never before have been climbed on high gear, It excels in quick acceleration. Never was a car so flexible. Never a car with such bird-like motion at high speed. You can prove these facts in 30 minutes by a ride in the Super-Six. This vast reserve add- ed 80 per through end- ing vibration. In the Super-Six we attain utter smoothness. The motor friction, which caused wear, is re- duced to almost nothing. Engine life is nearly doubled. Final Choice. Be You See Thii Car Before You Make Your Pi-ice F- B" FORD REPAIRS A SPECIALTY, PHONE 564 AUTOMOBILE LIVERY WITH DODGE CAR THE EASIEST RIDING CAR IN THE CITY STANDARD GARAGE This saving of friction means other economies. The power that was All Other Cars Outrivaled At ShtcplheaJ Bay, artder A. A. A, itiptf- vision, a 7-paiienfir Saper-Six ttock car tic- celled all former ttock in thele tests. 100 in SO min., miles per hoar, alilh drhn ana passenger. miles in one hour tuithttricerandpassenger. Standing itart to SO anhourin IS.Zsec. During these teats the ear was driven 1350 at top capacity, at speed exceeding 70 miles per hoar, without discov- erable wear on any part. THE CAR YOU WANT The Super-Six is the car you want, if you buy a fine car. You don't want less efficiency, less smoothness, less endurance. To buy a car without this motor will surely mean years of regret Rivals will argue otherwise. But find out for yourself. The Super-Six is to Hudson, so others are' bound to question it If you order now you can get a Su- per-Six by the time good roads are ready. And it's well worth waiting for. Come and let us prove that. 7-Passtnger Phaeton, F. O. B. Windsor; Duty Paid.. Five Other Styles of Bodies HUDSON MOTORCAR Micii. THE H. T HENDERSON GARAGE PHONE 588 Corner 6th St., S., Lethbridge, Alberta ;