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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1917 TOE LETHBIIBXJE DAILt HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN I THE GRANT SIX The Survival of the Fittest Xo other popularly-priced six follows so closely (he standards of construction' and equipment used in the higher priced cars. livery one of the thousands of GRANT-SIXES that have been sold Jhis season lias strengthened the cars position in the automobile field. In 1800 communities where the GRANT-SIX is represented the GHANT-SIX is established permanently. There, is no uncertainty ahead of the dealer who sells the GKAXT- lie buck of his car there Is a solid, stable, re- H'cl'ul institution, capable of and intent upon maintaining its .iliim in the field. i he Grant-Six Sells for in Southern Alberta Sales and Show Rooms, also Service Station. STANDARD GARAGE, SOLD BY Miigrath Motor Co...................-. -......Mag-rath Alberta J. A. Albe-ria J. H. Kohinsou Alberta Ralph Gnmum, Alberta McLean Auto Co........................Medicine Hat Alberta Walls Foremost, Alberta 'M.D., c. M.: EYE, EAR, NOSE AND .THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rodois, 121-122 New P. lll'irns HulWing. Corner Sill Aic. and 2ml East, Cnleary. OKicc Phone M2S4S llesldencc 1'hono f Ir.ternB and Houso Surgeon, Throat Ncir.- School -V' 374 Jopenfiagpn, Nov. dollar dropped lo a 1o cent basis to- day In conserrufeiice ova general slump Eicliange "rales per cent to 2SO, and apparently the bottom has cot been reached. Tlio Slofckhplm quotnllon, which ol late.lias been'tetllng Ihe paca tor Co- declined lo 234, which Is 'sli points'-beloiv the equivalent Co- allowlnr fof.'i-.pinJ- fuiiirof oa .brer 'Mulsh 'By the limb Coponhi- geil hss GQ.Eqrbed this marffja (he Sire- dlEh quotations relled.'upDB to drop again. The bearish Scandinavian" view ct foreign values was manifested' toward exchanges. Sterllog to 28 per cent below par, [ranca more than 31 percent and marks 45 per cent parity. For some ill-defined, reason Amer can exchange has led Ihc recent de cllno, dropping 11% cents within a raontli. Bankers give various expla nations, none of them..-Yery eatle torv. -r SHOULD REGISTER TOMORROW boys vho Intend to "join In the boys conference are askerl lo register pOE- Elble at the various Sundny schools. Their cards or trallon can be handed to the teacherm. i To Protect Men Wh6 May Be Called to Wear Khaki r Realizing the position of men who may called 'to overseas service and with a desire to save such men from financial Ions I am makiug the following liberal guarantee. Good Until Nov. the lOth 'Any1 man called underx the. Military .Service Act after paying a deposit or ac- cepting delivery of a suit or overcoat will have his money promptly and cheerfully refunded on return of garment. Orders not completed at lie call to service may cancelled. With onr reputation behind this prop- osition no mm need fear to on a snij or overcoat should he be called to serve Us country. ittWOFM NTOY. UrUIsb French forces in have en eased about halt the total Ger- .n forces In the front wilh- ut any success being recorded for ne German erius. according to a re- lew of the sllu-diluD mada public to- ay by the Frcuch high commfftelon. The statuiueni 4 fa la with opera [ODB beglanlog early ID June when lorces opciied Lhe battle ID "landers. In a sucimaty it caye: "We can coiicluile that the streagth nd the continuity of the An which have, until his day, prevented CerrnaDy from, un ertaklng offeuMvc operations on a arge stale on the Husfifan, front, V.IH icrhapa restrict the help which Oer could give iho Austrian army on he Italian front, up lo euch time us bo situation can be retrieved on thU roal." There .clear proof, the statement ajs, tilat Iha Gcrrjana forted o employ eucceselvelj- sevenly dl ens to bgld the allies In check la the >aUIe of riaadcrs, or about one hal: heir total forces on the western front; and that thoy fuffered euoruoiu loss es. German troops from the eastern iont lo EUpport Ihe line began in September when the llcservo division, WBB transfer from lo Yprej. It Is belle other divisions were trans ferred, find that tho reduction of the eastern front prevented the German! [rom carrying out thoir plans on Iht line during the last week of (mi weather. The EUlement Bays the ex net strength o[ the German Lroopi sent into Italy Lo make possible thi present Austro-acTman I; uol known, but It points out that the Dew French offensive oa -the Alsni "has cost the enemy In two days Ui of severaV vlllaees and Imporlan he Incite, besides prisoners, whom 200 are ofHcers, aud 120 can non, without counilnc the large French commlailon believe liat the effect of this operation "wll render It still more ituppjutlve fo Germany to transfer more troops I Ihe French" "Jt Is iaye th the elate of the RUBE Ian" -more than the ba through tie slackening an even slbpptug of all scllve operation! allowed Germany to UUe away trooii from- JUveastern front to seek else .whore, both lo the Germs and tire AufilrianViV fs'ciacay the strength of th forces .which Germany haa HUD against Italy' for .Ihe riret lime sine the two have been at wa we do '.np't.Bfi 'yet know, und all dl, would be us the that sue forces "hive been safflclcnt (o assur them rapid which mus absolutely cbMlied." After pointing put that operation on the western front by the allli Benred limit to1 extent "th offenalTO measures con ie ED plated b Germany, both in Raula, and IUI the statemeat concludes; "Such is, Irrtipectlre of the loBseu tnlllcted-on the enemy and c the aecurcd hy th alllee, the true Import of their su on the we stern TAILOR J QlHTS' poa you the chain of the Grand o( Order of tfctt Ke4 Eagle. be decoraUOQ goes herewith. }Iop you wlii gladly to place our proved poirers at the spj-vlco ol he faUierUnrj. f remain, your well is posed ei (Signed) ALVATION ARMY CONVENTION Toronto. Nov. thirlylliird nnual eattero Canadian congress of ,e Sftlrador begau yesterday t Lba Toronto Temple and ail en- mstastlo audience [lumterlng iicariy 000 crowded Ihe autlllorlLUii for Ihe laf presided over by om mis 9 loner William J. Richard a. i6t night Five hundred out of town elegates from all parts of Quebec aod ntarlo are In attenftaocc. Doctors Fail "Terrible case of when a mere disease or ten years, nvlth halt doieu spec- lfstJ. Both legs In terrible condUlon. luioEt a nervous wreck. U took Just boltJea to clear up ibis disease." This Jj Ibe Into testimony of a omlneol uewcpaper mau- Ills name and remartable story in full on We Tiave seen so many other cures with this marvelous liquid hat we freely offer you_a botlle on mr oergonal guarantee. Try H today. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., drug -Ad D. D. D. For Skin Disease Amsterdam, Nor, "Wil- liam's aulogranh letter, to Dr. George- Wlchaells, Ihe retiring chancellor, reads: "J am unable to deny the weight of the reasons for your resignation and I bare by decree compiler! with your re- quo3t for release from the offlces of chancellor, nfealdenL of the state mln- la try and mtnlBlcr ot foreign atfatra. In difficult Lmes, you, with Belt-sacri- fice-and readiness, "responded to my call and performed useful Rerrlce in the highest offices ot the empire, the atala and the fatherland. 1 cannot forego expressing to you my thanks end my acknowledgement of your faithful, untiring "As A loVcn of my esteem I confer An. Will 5ve> pit nura tft your or Meat -InVHii Innchu. liiclude' OTH .'In your next pircd. The Razor that sharpens its own blades automatically YQ'J MONEY1 CM wVapiNl I' -.-.MCIF', 'ObCu; F S AMI I V HENNESLY NORTH .THERE'S COMFORT FOR THE CHILDREN AND GROWN WHEN WE INSTAL THE HEATING PLAriV. WALKER HOLBERTON PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING PHONE 631 316 FOURTH AVI. Buffalo, X'. Y., Xor. strike of tug. firemen resulted lodar In a ser- ious condition In the harbor here, whero thousands of bushels of export wheat are arriving dallj' from upper lake ports. The day crews notified Ihe locnJ manager of the Great Lakea Towing Company last night that they I not return to work today because ptld them wore not aBtlafa tory. The night crews old not repo for duty. T. V. O'Connor, president of lernatlonal Longshoremen's HOD, with which Iho tug firemen's eoclatjon Is affiliated, wired the local president of tho firemen today that tha strike YDS unauthorized and threat- ened to withdraw (he local charter It the men dfd not return, to vort YEAH ROUND SIZES AND TWO STYLES Year-'Round Cars In New Mitchell-made Designs Among the 19 Mitchell body styles are some new year-'round Models. That is, convertible models---Sedans and the side windows disappear. f Cars for all weathers, all seasons. They are fast. becoming the most popular types in existence. The Coming There are numerous large Sedan and a small Sedan, a Club Sedan, two Coupes ar.d.a .Cabriolet. They are open cars when you want them. But they instantly change to closed cars, or to half- closed, when you wish. In summer they pro- tect one from wind and dust and rain. In win- ter Ihey are snug closed- cars of a most luxurious type. More and more they are laking the place of Roadsters and Touring Cars, 19 New Creations The Milchfinine now offers 19 new-style bod- ies. All are designed by Mitchell experts and built in Mitchell shops. So every design is dis- tinctive. This new ,body plant saves ug a large sum oh each car. This saving is spent an loznries and beauties which are vtry rarely found. All the best attractions you find elsewhere are combined in a single car. Onr designers examined over ..two hundred late models, so has been overlooked. SUM TWO airM Mllohtll t roomy 7-paasen- ger 3Ii with 127-Inch wheelbaoe and i highly de: .Aoyi.Mitchell will imprcai you as a masterpiece of type. the 19 styles form the largest UJH like clan in motordom. Mitchell Extras The Mitchell has ex- tra strength. It is bnilt to the standard of 100 per cent orer-slrcngth, which is twice tke mul of wfcty.. Club RonMtt'r r.abrlolet Coupe___......... Club Also Town Cnrr Limousine Mltchel Junior 2 or 5 paiB- eager Six on slmllir lines, with 120-lncb whMlMM and n <0-b.p.- smaller bore. Club Roadrttr Sedan ItMC Coupe............. I1NO All PriCM'r.o.b. IB three ymn all our strength standards have been 'doubled to make thtg a The Mitchell has 31 featurw which ail can omit Thiifi like a power tire reTersibie headlights, shock-absorbing spriigg, It offers at lewt 20 per cent extra value, com- pared with other cars in this clasf. All (his be- cause of factory efficien- cy, doe to John W. Bate. It saves as mlllloM of dollars yearly. And thtM go Into better .cawL what such things mean in a car you buy (o keep. M1TCHELI, MOTORS Company, Inc. Kacine, Motor Parlpjfis "THE OF SERVICE" ;