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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUiDAY, MAY 20, riirc DAILY IIKUALD PAGE F1VK Average first year depreci- n> a. atio-n of the Ford Car is against to for practically any of the lower priced cars II is any definite for I he. iIcjH'cckilioii of nil iuilomoiiilc. So much de- ponds on (he condition of individuni ;il [he end of the season. The Jivci'iigi1 price piiid for used cars in tin- -ijilOOO-or-lcss clnss ;tl any time during the (irsl your is to less [bun the lirsl cos 1. Hnl tile used Ford sells very (Illicitly Tor less Hum Ibe pureluisi- price. ('onipare NIC Fofd depreeinlion cost of about a month with the probable in- more a month thai the other kind will eosl yon. Which is Ihe belter invcsimenl? L232 AviMiuc Snnlli. Ford Runabout Ford Touring 530 Ford Coupelet 730 Ford Sedaii 890 Ford Town Car 780 f. o. b. Ford, Ontario All cars completely equipped, including electric headlights Equipment does not include speedometer SIR ROGER CASEMENT formal irlnl for liijili son will soon be held liy HriU: tliuritic'.s. In ilif1 preliminary h lit- pleaded for his Follow pri JEWS WIN LAURELS IN ALLIED RANKS ('From thy Dundee Advertiseri Oue ot thi) men decorated with Ihe Victoria Cross by Hie Kins the oilier day was Sergt. Issy Smith, of she -Manchester Hygiineni, whose bravery noar Ypres in Ann! Inst won for hhn the dprfira- iton! Smith is a .lew an.l the honor ihat lias been corn'wred ni'on him re- vives interest in the pan that- Jewish pcnpje all over are pUiyiiu; Jn the great war. According to Lord Rothschild, (hero sire 230.000 Jews in the Tnited King- dom, and out of this number at leasi are now in the British army and mivy. while it, to stated that over liulf a million of Jews are fighting in the several.armicH of ihe allied fort and' shedding tlu'ir Mood 1 1 I bravest and best, of tlieir eoinra i j anus. Grout numbers are in the ranks of, ihe Russian army, and such bravery j have they displayed that many oi" i liic-m have been awarded commis- .sions. as well as being decorated Mhi; moat coveted honors. Sergu Smith's decoration is not the only one that has come to the .Imvs in our own army, ay pr-.iviouK i to Ilis daring t-xjiloit a ine-niber of ihe R.F.C, was raised from ant. to. commander, and awarded the D.S.O. for bravery. wliile several others have been included in the lists of D.C.M.'s and other honor lists that have from time to time been pub- lished. Mfire Than Two-thirds Across The Continent MEW YORK ES f JOHN MACNEILL, One of Llic foremost leaders of thD Iripli Rebels in the. recent uprising In Dublin and elsewhere. He is wear- jug the Sinn Fein uniform. as a chance to A CHANCE is nil that this SERIES 17 Stutisbakor FOUR for if you'll let t3 give you a demonstration the car itself do all the talking that's necessary to PROVE iis superiority in the 4-cylinder market. It will prove its superiorits' in POWER on the hills for show you what thai FORTY horse power Etude- baker motor can do show you speed end flexibility, ecca of control that makes it a Snc car for a woman to drive. It will show you what COMFORT really roominess for SEVEN full-grown that fsw cara can ri vsl and nsna cscai, And your own eysa will tell you the quality that hca boon built into this car in the great Studeboker planis at Wolliorvab. Why not coma in and get demonstration today. There isn't a 4-cyJindcr car on tho market that cfbrs GREAT aa this Snxfebeksr and a demonstra- tion will show you WHY, Anyttae ihat'a convenient HE STUDKBAKEK OAKAGE J. T. GRAHAM, PROP. 322 6TH STREET, SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE. Meittit Cfcr, V-PoMcojCf 51228 ftoathter. 1200 .Umlo-j.Rwd.ler, t 1500 Six- Medttt Tcurirs CM, H30 a.pfliicager Uadati-Rosdilir, 3-PM9. 1700 3TUDEBAKER Wilktrvillt, OnUno No man he knows the doubts the Super-Six supremacy. At first the truth seemnd like a romance. Think of one new invention, applied to a light fix, adding 80 per cent to its power. Then official records began to pile up, certified by the A. A. A. The whole motoring world then had to concede this the greatest motor built. But many men aboutthe endurance? Can a motor so flexible, so speedy, so powerful, stand up in years of road So we asked Ralph Mulford to take a stock Super-Six chassis and, under official supervision, show the world its endurance. Ali Records Broken He took a Super-Six stock by A. A. A. officials. il had already been driven over 2000 miles at speed exceeding 80 miles per hour. (I liacl made a mile at Daytona at the rate of 102.33 miies per hour. And he drove (hat car ISlit miles, equa! to the distance from New York to Denver, in 2-1 hours of continuous an average speed of 75.8 miies per hour. At the end of that nearly 4000 car when officially examined showed no appreciable wear. The best previous 24-hour record for an American stock car was 1196 miles. The Supar-Six beat that by 52 per cent. The best foreign-car rec- ord for 24 hours is 1581 miles. But that wasn't a stock car. The Super-Six beat that by 15 per cent. How Long Will It Last? It willbe many years from now before we can tell you how long a Hudson Super- Six will last. But the. records we cite cover the greatest strains a motor car ever met. Many a great engine has gone to pieces under far lesser strain. Years of ordinary driving would never tax a Unrivaled Records Made by the Super-Six All made under A. A. supervision, by a cer- tified slock car or stock chassis, and excelling all former stock cars in these tests. 100 miles in 80 min., 21.4 sec., averaging 74.67 miles pc-r hour for a 7-passenger louring car with driver and passenger. 75.69 miles in one hoar with driver and pas- senger in a 7-passenger touring car, Standing start to 50 miles an hour in 16.i sec. One mile at the rate of 103.53 miles per hour. 1819 miles in 24 hours at average speed of 75.8 miles per hoar. Over 3800 miles at speed exceeding 75 miles per hour without evident wear on any engine part. iiiulor like those thousands of miies of speed tests. Yet the wear was almost nothing. Certain it is that no man has ever built a travel- machine to compare with this car in endurance. Endurance Proved That was the last one of endur- ance. In all other ways it has long been evident that the Super-Six stands supreme. Never has a motor of this size shown anywhere near such power. Never was an engine made to match this in smoothness. Never has a stock car recorded equal hill-climbing, quick acceleration or speed. Handsomer cars have never been shown. Finer engineering is simply unthinkable, with Howard E. Coffin at the head of this department. You are getting the car of the day when you get the Super-Six. Every man who knows the facts knows that. And, in view of our patents, rivalry is impossible. No Need to Wait R is natural to say, "Let us wait and see" when we meet such radical advancements. We think that nothing can excel in so many ways without falling behind in one. But not one fact about the Super-Six is left un- proved today. Not in one respect has its perform- ance been matched. Not in any way has a rival motor been made to compare with this. There is no need to wait to get Time's verdict on the Super-Six. The records prove the Super-Six su- preme. A half-hour's ride without those records would convince any man of the fact. Thousands of these cars are now running. You will find them in every locality. And every owner will tell you that he never meets a car to compare with hip, in looks or performance. These are things to con- sider when you buy a car. HUDSON MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Detroit, Mich. Phaeton. 7-passcngei'. Roadster, 2025 Cabriolet, ft-passenger. 2475 Touring Sedan...... 2775 ALL PRICES f.o.b. WINDSOR (Duty Paid) The Ho T. Henderson Garage PHONE Cor. 6th Ave. and 6th St. S. 588 Lethbridge, Alberta spiring ire Day :e KILLS mm Winnipeg, .May an Empire Day message to the Winnipeg Tele- gram, published today Baron Shauglv nessy. oC Montreal has the following to say: "Empire Day should remind all good j Canadians of she dignity and respon-1 sibility of our co.untry as the leading j self-governing overseas dominion of the British Empire, and should in- spire us with the importance of doing our full share .towards the mainten- ance of the Ehipire's strength and in- i tegrity. I "At the moment, it is our paramount I duty to render such assistance as we} 'can, even at very great sacrifice, to-! wards bringing to a successful con-1 elusion this conflict with the enemy, i whose ambition was military power and world conquest. "With the success of the allies and the restoration of peace we must give 11lio.ught ami effort 'to our own bus-i j iness recuperation and to plans ot j development along lines that will j bring to the Canadian people the max- imum of happiness and prosperity. Coincident with- this and indeed, transcendent, should be the incul- cation of national sentiment and na- tional Ideals. "In an empire as ours stretch- j ing over a great portion of the globe, j with peoples of many languages and j wiih occupations and aspirations var- j led and in a measure antagonistic, i there is sure to be conflict of thought I j and dlfTcrenr.n of opinion, but in such jf.rcumstanoes the dictates pro- per national sentiment will encourage I every reasonable effort to find com- mon pro.'inrfs for compromise. "A great Hritish people of many na- tionalities, many'languages and .many religions, co-operative and in their loyalty to the crown, thor- oughly united, is the end that wo should all endeavor lo attain, and Can- ada's example and Influence should be important factors In its accom- plishment." FC-dmonton, AHa., May F. B. Lang, a woman of 25 years old, shot and killed her two children, Jiles Frederick, aged 2 years and Susan, aged 1 year, on Monday last, with a revolver, afterward turning the weap- on on herself. In each case tlie vic- tim had been shot beside the ear, death being The two children were in bed when shot. Mrs. TO SAVE EYES Is Ibe Object of This Free Pre- It 19 your Eyes Trouble. dri tlieni t is not suffi- an eye specialist, cient to drive tlieni to an eye specialist, who would, anyway, clmrpn them a heavy fee. As a last msnrt they to an oplicinn or to the five ana ten-cent -store, nnd oftentimes JTOt glasses that they do nut need, or which, after bcinir (i ir.otiths, du their eyes more Injury than good. Hen> is a simple that every one should IIRR 5 grains iiou-Onto dis- solved in 'A plfiFS of water. Use three or four times it nay to bathe the eyes. Tills Iirescription ami tiic simple Bim-Opto Jteeps tho eyes clean, sharpens t ystoin teeps to eyes cean, sarpens o ision and quickly overcomes Inflamma- tion and Irritation; weak, M-ntery, over- r on an rraon; e, worked, tired eyes and oUier similar trouMoK are greatly benefited and often- times cured by its nso. Many reports show that: wearers of glasses have dis- carded them after a few weeks' use. It is pood for the eyrf, and contains no insro'llent which would Injure the most sensitive of an Infant or the ased. Your own dnigsist can nil this prcFcrlp- llon, or the Valuing PHUT Co. of Toronto will lit) it for yon by mail. Try 11, and know for once wlsot real eye comfort is. A nrftminenl City to Ihn above r.rtlc.'o rubmlttal, "BwOptfl n remark aWo rcmfty. Us constituent Inm-dients nro veil to rmincnteyc Hw-eialists nml wMcty prcacribcd by them. It ran lift otiUincil from BDFIFMUI dniRjtisit and Is one cf tho vry few I Ice! flhouiil be Kept on fof rOKQlnr use almost every fnnllj--" Thtf Red Cross Drug and Book .Co, fill many Bon Opto prescriptions, arid will gladly fill yours. Lang has for some time resided at Cherhill and was well known by the fanners in the vicinity. Neighbors notified the husband after finding a note tacked to the door in the hand- writing of Mrs. Lang: "Come in; we lire AH'. Lang is away at work. He is failing and cannot win out. I asked him to marry me and was away from him for three years. At all times he was a devoted hus- band, but I cannot return bis love. Susan agrees with me and I am taking her along." The husband found the bodies lying in pools of blood. Lang came to Al- berta originally from Bath, N.H. ORIGINATED SCHEME Dand Of the 110th (Perth battalion was presented with instru- nienU by the Ramsay chapter, I.O.D.. E., at St. Mary's, Ont. Late Capt.. of .Regina. Father of Daylight Saving Regina. Snsk.. May U A. Rounding, of the 68th battalion died this morning in London. Eng.. of pneu- monia, according to a cablegram just recnived tins afternoon by his bro- ther. Vincent Hounding from Major Perrett in command. Captain Koumi- ing was quartermaster to- the 68th battalion, was one of the senior offi- cers of his unit anil one of the few quartermasters in the Canadian army to be qualified for the rank. He held certificates of all ranks up to and including that of'field officer. Like many other officers of tho liSth Capt. i Hounding was formerly attached to the 95th Saskatchewan Rifles here. There was no more enthusiastic or harder worker in the 68th and to his efforts were largely due the prompt manner in which his regiment was equipped. In civil life Captain Hounding was one'of the most prominent vttizens of Reginn.. He was the bead of the Rounding Land real estate and financial agents, and for years occupied a place on, tho city co.uncil. Wliile in civic affairs Captain Round- ing originated tho now "famous "day- light saving that has been quite generally adopted in Canada and spread to European coun- tries. Victoria Day Thi ink of many you can viiit on i. holiday at time of the year. REDUCED FARM Canadian Pacific Fare and One -Third Going May 22 and 1916 Return Limit May 26. 1916 Consult our agents, R. DAWSON, District. Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alta. Cnp't. K. J. Kyllo. of tlni t47tli bat- j talion, formerly associate professor .of modern .history in the University ot Toronto, died at Owen Sound. J Donaldson Line The Popular Scotch Service Sailings PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. ATHENIA May 28 CASSANDRA 13 ATHENIA 2 CASSANDRA ............July 16 Cabin passengers only, Rate, Twin Screw Steamers, large, comfortable, and very steady at sea. Service throughout is "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets from Scotland Is- I siied at lonest rates For lates and other Information anplj to any Railroad, Steamship Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General.Agent, Winnipeg, Mam Street, Phone M. Bi12. Vancouver, 531 Granvllle Strut. ;