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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Vhe Herald's Page of Local LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Local News Where To Find It MAY 17, ISlfi) '.M.UtJlT.V. PAGE SEVEN t FOOTEALL GAME MONDAY Tilt1 following Si. player? reiuf-sti-l lo be (tame Xorlli United a I The f'jr T p.m.. uii'J be on lime: l.usii. AVallls, Kiilli. tlailiortoii ion.-; 1'i-rry. IVlfey Olicning Held Up 1'or Kcw Hays: llv Failure lo' Arrive UEUT. GKADY IN MACUiOl) AliAlX Coi-ii I'ulu nv.mufaciiiriuE I'aai !r.ib It- slllnslo Olll. In Ula! IhD IKK huillliiiK oil Shi St. lias been com- lilclctl and will IK- ready tyr opera- lion In tin' coiinse of fivn days. Tile premises of (Inn aro large rni) cmimioillniui. built fur lliv purpose of .-oplns with :l llirivlufc business v.-Lldi Ihc- lirni anticipates in the na- Hire ot Hie artlcli's il puts rtni. The machinery niicuFaiy is all cu llic Krouud' ivalting lo in prou.-r place. big for washing the bottles has not yd arrived, and Ihls is holding lnu-h the opening. It Is. hinvc-YCT. expected ;iny day. With all tlio machinery installed. Hie Cora Cola Company you luni out Sfl hollies of the brew n minute. Aloes the waJls are stacked tflOO cily cases 80KI-country-Tines; the taking'livo dozen anti tlie latter three; dozen provision, is miidk to mreY 'viiii the deiuaml'for tlic copipany's product. i When Installed the. firm will Uavc, In addition lo lli'c EoaHer. ii a tiller aad a crowucr'fov placing the; crowns on the hollies. wcrVins In coni-j J Uiii.s Uri-al laiili in I'ulure ofl-i- Simlhern Sini'C 1852 i _______ i "I'ucle af iio is ikmiivn. being .Mr. Itonit-l Oruiiuitllcf.. -of or.-n? a mine in Driim- jheiier. and'grter r.fiol UliBtneil. 'day.' 'sills recoiled 6 j? .v ORGANIZED Tin- repr'.'senUuivi-ri of t il I of buller has conie .....k- of doinesMc co.iKumplion of the a has proven false lo Ilie'isune all olhcr j camped iutb foodstuffs have becnxplayins us lu ago ot u which could cliusli highest In the Mr. Uruiulieller p ladder of Ihe high cost .ot Iking. It I lu AtOeita Jn your is-j'j. wncn ha-i come down tour cents wholesale started to viiw I'm' land in a railway au'l five cents retail, and is now sell-' curriaz? from .Mack-ad to Calgary in inz at 55 cents over llic counter. order to invest in Hie Hit- department Ihut Hie delalU of Ibe n-classincatiuii will he vreseutcd 10 parliament durins Hit--latter part o[ in ii. lu llruinheller he bas tieut faiili. ii'jfore entering into coal- ii'jning inisiness there lie operated a nilno llellevne JUy. Ii considered a grievance lliu: these cielails not sllbmltled lu Ill'r employees lit-forc being Drought Hie Mouse afOtlavva. No ac- j lion was :r, tills matter. j Ii is understood tho Winuipei: workers, now on the sympiith- etir slriie In liial city, will not return to work uniil the question ,ol lue re- jclassiftoliJti'is on, and Hiai- they are anxious the other employees in Ihe -.vest should joiu with thein iu ihis atliuule. City Police Court Virginia Allan.'Schleuker and GeorfO i'etruuia. cliarneil vagrancy, were fined-five dollai-r; and costs this moru-. ins. Jnlni Doyle, charged M'itti beinK inmxicated. Mas fined ten dollars and COS! 3. "r.ieut. Harold Grady, was iorn 1 Mnclcod. Alia., educated in tb'j blnation in tljnilngvOUt the "finished school, and Altorla college. nrticle in er.e" process. took up the hardware iind v business, and was wllh a firm iu tlic norlh-inrl of Hie province at the lime Avar was declared. He reunited: to Jlac- looil. iind was one of Hit' lirs.1 to cn- rst, he -with ivent lo Yalcar- i iier, jollied the. Stratlicona O nilliin fl n n '-Horec. gome overseas, and to France I illul I V M i lllls famous hody of inch, lie vraa ill lIl'HILl U 5 given :i commission on Hbe field, and I W w 11 iiie nrn Case in Court in T KorniDr Whilla.Farmer r 7 tb's ''ay Ihe Btiff lie got in cran- Ui'B it 'on t'ilher ;idi> of CANADIAN CASUALTIES tl1" OTTAWA. May following at of casualllea were isiiieil today: nidi: A. Camplicll, I'nion Day, B.'C.; Lieut. Harry, Quebec. III. Wounded Ac: cldentaliy: Ii. Simmons, Medicine Flat.-AHa., Medical re- porlcd died of wounds, now reported action: Capi: II. Dunlop, Rngland. Kcported C. J. Stutch- bnry. Victroln. v.-hilh everyivnerc of ilie most plcasias :ind' to him. lie came to the conclu- a's Ihc result of this journey, lhat the soulb pan of the province was Ihc- best. aud. After iiciug Prisuner of War From June in Few Days A wire from Jack Ixingworth Co hio brother Tom, received yesterday, says that he baa arrived in Montreal from overseas aud expects lo be in Leih- bridge shortly. Jack Longworth ms a priKoner-oi war In ncrmany from the 2nd of June ___ 1910, to Rccpniber. 131S. so, ho ha considers this one ot the btst in- bad a- forced sojourn of two and 'ctnieins be hns i bal'f years In the enemy- is no place like somhern Al- jine ilial lime he was moved Jron hVta is the opinion of ilr. Urumhcl- ip'rjjou camp lo prison caiim and iva Icr wllli all Ihe possibilities in slore forced, lo work, in the: chaaed seven-sections'of laud in Ihe Cavle.v distiEei. This land is now farmed by bis fon. and >lr. Uruiuhel- Icr says thai, in t.pito of TASTY TREATMENTS IN WAtL PAPER ItternirrEi and color empWymcnt aa-tliese new arrivals no now toward beautifying your home. Appropriate toe collage, flat or for' nr parlor Itud a Vhola meet .every modest or elaborate Mpentiilure.'LcL us plan _aud with yon. _ Wellington Bros. 1 _ THE DECORATORS, BUILDING' 7TK STREET SOUTH Ay. ton against, the r.l'.lt, tor diiribses' (or tile lo'a of !.wo iiiares, SvlTo wnndered on the track irr were -killed coufplotinj; iiis attached 10 Ihc Iho noted aial M which lie is situ a mc-mbcr. He Vas in many ot (lie big fraj-i while in the lants, and Ir.ter led his mcii (hrough-all that came after he became Sn officer. Tilt capluring of (Icrmans was a cpramon occnrreticc. eyeli cap- Uiriag of a whole liuti .tranEport just before taking ot Camufa'i. On the nibrnlng the armistice was, sipied lie wade a cleanup 'of Huns very early (by. the sKcviyieii Hie. audition of 'the. district coiirl for n great Dart "iinil lil's nicu'aslfed forilfteen minutes .more- when the firing. EiKthat, they. conh! finish. Iheir tf Friday. tie jlr. iiojr.liycS.Jil V0.iiie hospilivl "a fanned Wliltta. confined lo hospital until- tjie I middle ot: Marcii. linilergoini; repairs the line through the crossing oil llic rsaiTMlnwknce.1 Decision was'rcbeived by His Honor v Judeo Jnekson. both sides liciiis iiskc'd Mr. .lusepV I'icki. peared for.. ibo-'ilairilii'C ami, for Ihc dcfeinlai i- "x i HAN V. C. Fatality Snnilay aflei-nonn Ihe lale Uiiii- ner Krcd .Sinmi -ivill buried- willt full i in (I lie. ry h'oi-bes, "Stedle, 'turnbnll, nobcr, Mi- CrOT'aiil'ltisJlilTiad.'GolieUo.'Uiirdcner, Well) lo at the clnbroom lo- niBllt fit S o'clock to nrraiigc for the flrliig 'AH'vetcranssWtll assem- 1 nlc at Hid clubrooms at 1 o'clock to- morrow. nfc'roduealed .lo lie In uniform if possible. '.More ilelanVof.liloii.uiiiiicr .in -wn dia'u AsEOcialed liad' led to Capt. Donald liritjsb Coluuiliia rCEinieht. (pi tie April-.24..W17. V .SiuuiV'niet hiy''dcalh Tire now a'vailau'le. It. .appears that oil Monday afternoon, cwlieti- the.' iln forlunalc fnjolity occurred, hail gone, to tfio; liaiiement father's his .22 rifle i there: four years on 'joining tiio 30lh nailery. Com- i ing upstairs. ..apparently can-vine the I riflailiy life "harrol, .appea.i Ihe ri tic knock- ed agftliiiH Hie wall or duor. and. be Ing loaded, il exiiiodcd, the bullet cu the 'upper nnrl of.liio face and' Into (hotbrain. The father, was ilpslajril thought nothing "n but 'Jo: corainj downstjlrs lie found his soi coranj ow "King on the'hack porcll, tlic jille hav in a siouding poaitioi nfininst Ihe wall. Medical aid was Ira hiediately called, bill In-valri. Slalcrt lhat hail iitllet higher Ilio fcault might no have proved ;_ For the convenience of the piiMlc the tiavo Hded lo fRSiio n limited mimfcw. ofjScanoii ch me Hide to all Ilio Compolitlons noil Concerls, alter- nooiis nnd ovcnlnga for the Alkrta ,luska! Festival TO BE HELD IN 6N PRICES: 27x-28-29 MAY 1919 (.Adults Public and Hlflh School Children v Admission lo Single 25c; evenlnjs Tlckcta can lie obtained (tt Ihp WIMIn I'lano Slorc, Mason nniP rttech. Assltilhoia Music nftd nl tho.6fficc of Ih'o Secretary, 315 5lh Street Smilli.' Hudson Super-six Greatest of Alh Motor Patents Motor car ciLinctr. and uo-wayu.' up lo Hie Ucl Ih it SuperSP. i1 one of Ibc greatest of all motor since engine a'sumci Iu nloderi form haJ llie.o liee.i imporianl a b.i-ht tlunBe, -at bw" male from lime lo lime Mim small I..T. Wen .idded to the origma, .rth ill Ih'- thc I.TIC I.ICHS itiTuhtil i" tbe con-lri.ct.oi, of 'a motor and the torn, o plri< praclicall, The SunerSi, palent OTvn.l IhcSluOson Motor Lir C I. upon n prmclpl. rtlhc linn on a II is (omidcd upon enlir.h new It is a riiere w l.U H.on a fca- eusice until Ihe it to the Thh cannot be Xoo Upt I lie Ce. (old lhal there ire other motor, equipped xuth .1 kJ-alt ]ust Ih. same J Ihe Super dfi" HO be told that t.U Beteh a county .he Hudson has done 'nothing -lhal other cav, had tin. same principle' embodied HI Ibeir motors o. Ih.s .3 inlel! ii.d mner, he rcn careful ,nt to-be misled cither ttilful mis titftiicnt Ml d thrf trull, ol Ih statements ive make aliove, A booklet culllled flic 1'rdof uf Cit Super Sir can be lull on -ipplicilior. ami a careful sln'ny of Iv-wlirconvifice the reader that a wonderful advance in motoi-cnr building hss teen that it belongs exclusively Ip the Hndson. Other Important imrrovenienls liave been maslo. in the motor, in the electrical svstein. in the Carlmrclc.-' other refinements and Injuries have been added to thc-boijIea-biilU on Hie chassis. lint after nll.-thc most vital piltil conuected with the .and Ihe one that sots it far' above and.; beyond imy other H-ar if the palenlccl compensalsd .chankihaft. is spaco iiuthis adveriiseiKei.u.ip tell all the advances, Ihls discovery. They, may be briefly stated Jlorc power per gallon ol gasoline.- Much grealcr efficiency, of the motor. Longer life and less repair bills because of.smoolh running. Less necessity of adjuslracnl because no wear on bearings. '.Wo 'shall uo'slad in ex'plaln all there po'.nis verbally and will then Bo over llic motor with the.c'na.lilrpr and 'finally lake bin) out I., a ilemonslraling lirorc every point' .wc-maW -Wo to iii-ospeciiyc buyers to use Iheir own common sense' and; judgment In determining Uie.merlts of respec- tive ''cars It t'o'ho lop casilFconsl'ocCd.. -tusirl that. our men prova. Ihey.uiake. Ins'lsl lhat of. .other cart do the Mine. We Ilicn havo no douljt of your Ucclsltn. Sypef Six7-passenger, 76 ftp. PRICES; F, '-ETHBRIDSE Essex Super-four Wins Class Honors in Climb AUTOMOBILE SENSATION OF THE YEAR WINS'IN LIGHT, CAR DIVISION'At SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA i Chmbina eight loitUous miles'to alteration of nearly ftve thousand ieel in the amazing time minutes and tour seconds, an Essex Nvon first light' car class and seconrJ place against the entire field m h sqnie of the most costly cars built in the "Rim of-the-Woild H.II Climb at San Betnardino, Calif. The Essex vwt driven "by rAithui'Fullei, of Los 'Angeles, and Us showing is regaided as unusually remarkable when it is con- sideied that the contest was "finished with one ot.the wheels neat collapse as a icsult of a the mountainside Nevei was a lace in Ameiica'staged under mofe diamatic settings. Dense waves of blinding fog swept up ihiough Water- man canyon, obscuiing the famous switchbacbjrom the spec- tators below. Bufdespite this all the cats ma'de the race with- out serious accident, although there seVeial veiy narrow It was the most difficult hill climb ever'held in California, there was no successful lival of the Essex in its class. Eveii the heavy car class il was only a car costing almost twice as much' and having ovei twice the piston displacement that made any better time. _v .1 The Essex is a car that "can climb the steepest and longest grades without ovei heating. That had. much to do with oui A cool motor also from lubricating iT troubles. 1 i Essex Super Four, 5-pass., 58 H.P. PRICES T. O..B. LETHBRI.DOE 1 i CORNER 6th AVENUE and 6A STREET Distributors PHONE 588; LETHlfJRlDGE ;