Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
FWDAY, NOVKMBEK 21, THE LETI-IBRIDllK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE tii.o-.vs the tremendous success Saxon "Mix" won. Nearly- cvprybouy knows Ui.U Siv.a'.n is finest car in its class. OwniTR to find out this Hiipcriorliy. nm H-did not IOIIR remain owifT UiiowU-ilse For from thorn, thousands of ihem all over this rojmlij. (.aiu. itspowftr. Its acceleration. Tlu-y fro'iut'iiUy of Us trumiin-u-v 'Kaolin'" economy. HB unusual freedom from nood of repair surv.cc-. n-111 H -ilUlity mid these reports w.minB day after day. growmtj constnntly. ha on a du. urn! welded individual beliefs into common public belief that Saxon -bis' is tlio boat cur in its ehisrs. Then :i" if (o substantiate imtl confirm the superiority shown in Saxon i i -in v Us snm-riorilv In public competlMon. Il won a mHml lull climb in Hie Kasl aliainst Liy cars. It defeated by fifteen minutes over a Md-mlle course a train which it; the pride Hie West. It. thrice costlier rivals in speed, awh-ralion, and ill hill elimhiiifr at tlio San Uk'po Imposition. It exhibited accolera- Mon from standing start to milp.s ncr hour in 17..I) seconds. sioeic model Sax- on.1; "Sixes" travelled fil.SOO miles and aver- aircd miles per gal- lon of gasoline. Kacii car ran SOO miles with- out stopping Die motor, 3S stock model Saxon "Sixes'' raced in relays from to coast in days. J.S lioiirs and 10 iniiiutOK. This is the record automobile time between Vork and Sun Francisco. So when yon conn5 to seek the reason for tlio overwhelmingly success of Saxon "Six" you ivlll find it. most likely. In this matchless ability to perform. If you should search still further you will find a two-fold answer. Added Attractions Body, roomier; wider doors; softer and deeper cushions; body lines after latest mode; new and beautiful finish of lasting lustre. 12 inch Bribes. Full cantilever type spring. 2 inch crank shaft -T.nd other detailed improvements in motor, insuring an even greater smoothness and flexibility than heretofore. Only motors in high- est priced cars can be compared with Saxon motor in all-around efficiency. Tilted Windshield which eliminates all glare. New style top with Grecian rear bow. New style fender. Instruments mounted in a plnte on cowl dash. Chrome vanadium valve springs. New design of carburetor which gives greater efficiency and easier starting. Specifications on request. that since tin; oiitsiii. has bcRii passing through a continuous condition of (lovplop- ruenl anil fpfiriLMiient. So at. this timt1. be- yond those features you know, you will find many addod attractions For instance, the new body is roomier; more com for table; and lias wider doors, making en- tnuicq and exit easy; tnifl convenient: softer and deeper cushions; anil its lines are after the latest mode. Real hair n? expen- sive quality is used in the upholstery. The color scheme it> tlie entire car is iiow finished in the same color. ,noll Thesf make for greater.strength and added safety. They give a no much more riding BO much more discomfort rou'h' rnucl, more luxury to Sood N now a lull two indies, and this lias materially increased the smoothness I He cr...nknlMlt is- now a i i ImprovemenU in the motor liavo Urousht Saxon "Six-motoTlo: a fairly rivals in efficiency the motors in. the priced cars. i i n lilted type which eliminates all glare. The top is of a new The Anders.''oo. are of the new desisn. Xote tha, now the In- strimicms avo :uoimtoil on a. plate on the cowl dash. ,i, they are now made of fineel chrome vanadium steel. Alii! I'nollJ'- SH Ttaso onler firal pre'ei" "urn in delivery. So we urge yon to Sei! this car at your nearest dealer's at once. Five Passenger Touring Car F.O.B. Lethbridge Roadster F.O.B. Lethbridge t .Shown at Our Sales Rooms. THE H. T. HENDERSON GARAGE 1'or Saxon Motor Car Detroit, Midi. Phone 588 Cov. Ave. and 6tli St. S AGENTS WANTED FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA. At The Theatres At The Oi-pheimi Tlic big serial, "I'eir n' llio HinK." which oixmod ill tin1 Onilli'iiin last nlKlil. anil will run fur wi-clts. Is p.ansiiiK a (ircnl ill that H gives flu; best erial over Hhov.'ii iiere. draee ('n of Hit; Bluebirds seen at Die Km- press. At (lie Majestic Souls for the' "Tivii this inoriiinx and met with a Aera over o.' nanl ai'ul Francis Fonl are featured I di'inuml all (Uiy. It must In Kdmuntoti. Nov. received in tin: city (his morning of the death at Chemaimis. Vancouver Island, of Col. Arthur II. (Jriesbacli. lather ol1 Ueul.-Col. A. Urienbaeh. :iini on-; of the oldest ex-members nf ml the Htory is cfmin llfu. pht .McDonald and ('uniss stunts. Col. joined the Mounted in iind lo the In 1SS3. The head- A'ill j quarters of the jiolicn wen- then at 1 Fort Saskatchnwan. but the oflN-er live'l for a lime Iht- ild Hudson's fort lie jjj.i lH'011 I'fi- ci'ivinj; ;i wliilt' ol' (Ii-nmin at ttio from IK Imlltaliul ill a ('usually mes- KII' rcK'i'ivwl in clly by Mrs. iilnry ITilli Stroot Nortli, In Driver Hrptiiuus Logan. oT tlio artil Inn! Biisrii'il and atlmittol lo MMJ ranvalijM-uiil at HollP.1l oil Xoviimlinr Hill. IWIvul- I.OKIIII cairn rriini Hill H' I" In cnlls willi llii' Sillll ii year IIKO. At the uiijjoveniiihh: doillil lli< One of the innsi jihn-ions ouiiRor set of (tnimnth- utars. MIIH Olga TeLrova. in tin oris'inul work en- j iiled "The Heart oi .L Painted i inanT" in motion set-ond screen appcnram-e ;it Ihe Km-I press theatre on -Monday and Tues-1 dav next, under thu baim'M- nl the) I'opnlnr I'liiys and 1'iayers on tiie Metro jironnim. that IIH-: in Ciinada in coKiiilion of his services at that time niapy a lonii dav. The ivliole house ia ho was given tlie rank of major, which said to snake with merry of tlio waa afterwards raised t !Elf IS KILLED colonel, from Kdmoiiton he w: irted by I'inv: from the j-ervfft' jtbont from Munich j ten years ago. in Uie i-ua.-t. He lived; Cum i in Vii-torin for a few yenrs. nnd hiler I'roui Ainstei'dam moved to some forty mites there only one survi vor'of a eniw of 1'S. ;s said lo have brei tie.' from l-'fiedririisiumui t'- on its first voyage At SSr. "Tlic Tiiicf." a th.-rnsleiu's Krc illed by Now Vork REGRETS TO RUMANIA BiH-ahrsi't hy aircral'i or tin: contra Word was received ai CaiEiiry yes )nimander v v v t ol. A. Vrycc-Jone-s, "live parts, contains two hundred will be shown, seenes and was stwvil In (he exact piny is Unit around locale of the original -.vork. Tonight for the lust time (lit: Bluebird wpcc-ial. 'Tlie Evil Women Do." This is one "Kind hearts are more than coronets. IH'ill lii II I 111 l_' l UHMIWIP. j Mid sinn.lo taitli ll.au Norman bloo.l." of l-athbndBC v llu was one of tlio youngest oll.ueif i v HENRY TO RUN AGAIN IN EDMONTON go to Mm front from Canada, teing EDMONTON ,11 Kilinmiion. Nov. A. I'avkor. ol Lomond, a not to seek re-elt'Ct.oll after service as mayor, hall .Many flora! tributes were sen liy friends Mrs. J. Tiylor sang a very appropriate solo. Rev. Jlr. Arm- strong preached a very touching ser- mon All business was suspended [luring the hour of the funeral. Inier- meut was made in T ravers cemetery. Besides a bost of'friends and neigh- bors, the leaves a la- ther, a sister, liusliand and two small daughters to mourn her loss. Mr. and Jerry Rickett were Sunday .visitors'" at. .-lack' Bain's. Haiold' a, delegate to Calgary tills week. Two auto loads of peonle attended the danr-e at Row Cily on day evening. A larse the dance at Uucliatit on l-'riday night, and report it jolly time. A. Parker is shipping two carloads of hogs from loday. TERRIELE STORM ON THE GREAT LAKES HOLDS BOATS IN HARBOR Sillllt Ste. JIallc. Mich.. Nov. Not a tas i anchor frpm this yesterday. Gnle which wore hoisted yesterday uaigary uns iiiinss which wore hoisted yesterday Jlr. and Mrs. lloumla received a stm M u wire on Saturday with the information dny ilero-wlth Dllnd- that-their son Harry had iieoll wouiul- whitefisli reported cd in tlie head, and was in the nos- ot 5C Ms niorning "OX TO OFT THE BLACK SPOTS" ON< TO OTTAWA j HAP 'I I OF CANADA 'f A little snowfall on Sunday, but ivilh no bad results as the weather Is j i still warm and nleasant. i The Toadies' Aid held their annual! bazaar ihe lath, which was certainly-i well patronized. A program was ron- dered" including a sons by Lomond' choir, followed with remarks by the 'minister Then came recitations and specfil by Jlr. Snowden and Mrs. J. Taylor which were well ap-j i planded. i The amount made was which the ladles will apply toward; the new church. the Lethbridge callers from! i Travel's" last Friday were, Mr. and Mrs A. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. G. A Holden, Mr. and Mrs. Best, Dan Mc- Pherson and sister, Jlra. McDonald. I Elliott, Merle BauBlnnan and Mr. Danl. Miss Greeninan of Carman- Bay was an over-Sunday visitor with her sister, Mrs. Guy JlcCann. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Turley from Ret- law came up for the bazaar. Mrs O II. Baushman has been quite 'ill since Friday. On Sunday evening Dr. Woodcock Was called. At this writing she is slowly on the "H'arry L-ynit is drilling a well. .Mr. Bannou is assiting him. LONDON CELEBKATES TRAFALGAR DAV S HONORS MEMORY OF JUTLAND HEROES McDonald and Curtis The Clever Vaudeville Team presents for your approval the steaming rarrecy farce ''The Man from Klondykc." Owing to the opening of This map shows the overwhelming progress of prohibition in Canada. The, Temperance forces meet, this reek In Toronto from'nil over Canada to arrange for further aggressive .work along "Total Prohibition" lines. FRANCE TO TAX DOGS, HORSES AND VEHICLES Paris, Nov. taxes which il. Is expected will yield francs licen decided on by Ihe appro- Cruillon committee or the chamber ot j'oirujics after many nf con- sideration. Among the measures will be fin increase of the income tax from 2 to 5 per cent., the (axes on (he yield fronf securities from to 0 percent., and on sugar from 25 lo 40 francs per inlric hundredweight. I and dogs., will bo in tho taxes on beef, letter postage, coffee, chocolate, tea', vanilla, mineral waters, tobacco and a great, variety of other articles and also on horses, vehicles, billiards Great crowds gathered around Nelson's Column in the heart of old Lond< to do honor to the memory of our great sailor on Trafalgar Day Thei who front of the pjtnth was with trophies in memory, ot the heroes, There will be no advance in prices. See this wonderful cir- cus story starting tonight. Featuring Francis Ford and Grace Gunard. It will be remem- bered that these two stars play- ed in Lucille Love Sjries. Don't mias seeing "Peg 0-the-Ring." It's positively great. A big show for the .money. Tonight the Orpheum. Prices only 10c-15c. Come early and avoid the rush. NIGHTS ONLY Next Wednesday and Thursday NOVEMBER 29th-30th A. S. STERN 4 CO. present (by arrangement with Selwyn Co.) Tlic Funniest Play in the Whole World BY SALISBURY FIELD AND MARGARET MAYO A Furiously jolly comedy of apartment-house life. It's clean, it's human, and oh! it's so funny. There is naiioj It'Mid'nothing "just as good." Direct from its second record smashing engagement at the Walker Theatre, Winnipeg, within a year and from the Grand Theatre, Calgary. P KI C E S: SEATS AT HEDLEY'S NOW "LUKE DOES THE MIDWAY" A REALLY LAUGHABLE' COMEDY LAST TIMES TONIGHT Dorothy Donnelly in "The Thief" IT'S GOOD; DON'T IT. E. FORREST TAYLQH HELENE ROSSON "True Nobility"