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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN DIP. HKRAUS SATURDAY, OCTOIiliH-ai. iirTM" mn iiJrtTnnll HtKt UTORY Everj- bpjr and girl In; Canada Is be glien an op per- t unity to hifest victory war loan iftlch Is Jusl being launched. That Is the pi in; and that plan nil! be closely f6ilo_Ked lb LeihbrJdEe. Erery-_ body will be canvassed gnrj to make pure that Ihe canvass bo thorough a large local board was named yester- day at a meeting of businessmen and olbeis interested bold at the board of trade building yesterday when Mr. TeppreJ) of the Soulbern A Iberia gen- eral committee was here for orEanlia- liflu purposes. S. J. Shepherd WM chosen chairman cl the local board, and associated ivtta him will be Joha Home. Peter Lund, C. A. Cotterell. X. IL Wilson. A. M. Grace, fl. V. Gibbons. S. S. Dunham, j Geo. B. Mack ay. Geo. Greeeu. 11. Macbeth, K A. Sloltze. dpi. B. C. MacKenzie and Alex. Johnston. Tbls committee will hate charge of can- in the Lclhbrldge district. They appoint a secretary and ihe i cbJtlrmaii appoint a caurasstr Tor tbo Various auh-dtslricts which msy be, named. Tbe secretary and the canvassers will be paid but the board >riU serve without pay. I ptber dlflrJcIs In Southern Alberts I Trhicli" will be organized in a similar J are Carman- gav, Foremost. Tnber, Macleod and ilediclne HaL It will be up to bridge to set Ihe pace for these out- side districts. I Cousins, of Medicine Hat, an-, other member of the general commit- tee Cor Southern Alberta, present at, the- meeting. He emphasized the fact that Southern Alberta uas "enjoy- ing greater prosperity than any other part of Iho west and 11 would be up lo this section of the country to set Ihe pace for all ihe rest- Certainly we will hare to subscrlte more. money- lo (he loan Alberta. Mr. Tapproll said he could not Bay whst Southern Alberta'.- allotment be. nor what the city o( Leth- lirtdge would be eipecled to subscribe, but 11 wlll'be enough to give every- body a chance. He said Mr. Marnoch "was'Tirtual head 'of the orimnlntton lor .Southern Alberta, and It would be to get behind and gire him every support, lie gaye some fig- ures regarding the loan. The total Trill be fur as a minimum, 33 the amount aimed -at. Tbe loan will bear Interest el percent At the time of subscribing, ten percent will be the deposit, and efforts are being mads to the banfcg lend money for the of- the amount subscribed a rate will make 11 all round. ;He thai. In Ue last were seren subscrfbera" tho last mra-nn to" Joan there A -meMlnp o( the commutes ld'aUer tha meeting aud the work 'explained. The board will get down to work as soon as tho allotment for the district Is derided by the general .committee. Those present at the meeting wero Meikjrs. Tappjcll. Calgary; Cousins, MedicLno Hat; Commissioners Grace ;iuJ freeman. R. T. Dry inner, J. Xelion, It. J. H. Tatereon. A. J. Black- burne. H. V, Gibbons, Ctnoa Mc.Mlllen, A, Hamilton, E. It. Wilson. S, S. Dunham, w. b. Kins, O. H. Harmon, F. A. Sioltee, CapL MacKemle, S-, J. Shepherd, W. S. Ball, E. II. Ferguson, E. E. Carver. J. N. Geo. B. Mackay, Geo. Stacay, and H. Macbeth. Commissioner Freeman acted as chair- man of Jho JueeUny. Farmer 91000 ETidcnce that the farmers of South- ern Alberta are going their share In subicribiric- to lha1 loan which will be launched on November 15lh was given yesterday when T. Croft, a prominent Barons fanner, left 3. S. Dunham to place on the loan for him when the subscription ILsts are opened, but he was forehand- Hsts are opened: Mr. Crolt Is going south for the wjnler belore the ed and acted Festerday. One of the most potent forces In the support of the farmers to the loan la a letter sent out by Presi- dent Wood of tha U.P-A. (o (be rarl- ous locals representing more than 16.- 100 organized farmers. In this clrcu-1 lar letter Pres. Wood sets out the lact that ihe loan Is needed In order that Britain may continue lo purchase In Canada wheat-, and other products of the farm. Canada Is financing Iheso purchases, and If the farmers get be- hind the. loan and make It. a success1 Ihey are assured a good martet'for their products at remunerative prices so lone the war. lasts. 1 Contvencrt of Districts Calgary, Oct Is a list of executive deputies and their districts la Southern Alberta: B. Deer, Olda, lunltfall, Trocbu. M. Stettler, Cas- tor, Coronation, ilonltor. Drucriieller. E. MIddleton CochraLie, Banff, CaTElabrs. E--C. P. Taylor Stratbmorej Belseter, Glelchcu. G. E. D. River, Xan- ton, Vulcan. j Brooks, Empress. A. Nail Pass coal districL Creek, CUrefllolni FqreTn.Mt TTIIEY GOING to BiG ENOUGH Vancouver, OcL Saturday the registration uniier ihe Mili- tary Service Act opened, men iiiye registered here.Tof these 1M hare applied, for ciernptfon and 609 have signed toe service forms. Blotchy Skin Many ic looked. Into tho mirror and ivtshcd that your flfcfn .irould bs. Uko olher people IhaL you fcnpw, "without a blemish." This wish can .be ydurs for -the WajTi D. the of healing olii, over your pimples or blotches tonlgh' wake up In the morfilng to Had D. Hfglnbothim ft Co. GOVI.'S poucy CALGARY HERALD CaTgary, pel. to th union goTerrimenl manifesto the lie ald.saya In part: "if all tftal Is promised realize Cinadlans generally will have reaso lit bless (he war for having made un ion government N'aturali have nrel rihi tho platform, but so closely Inlei un war considerations vplth Irons of gineri'l cconcmW policy tha it Is'lmpnsalble lo dfach ihe one wit out affecting the other. "The Herald has co'nHdenco In tl sincerity' of Iho men who have su to also be Most Beautiful Car i Introducing a Motor That Was Developed by the War For.ciglit years now; the general public and the'- autcnvobile industry have learned to expect great things of the Paige-Detroit Motor Car .Company. Each one of our annual an- nouncements has proved td be unusually significant. Each one of these announcements has created history in a very-. definite vvay, and the motor car buyer has invariably been the gainer. This year, we predict, will prove no exception to the rule. have produced a car that ,must inevitably revolutionize the .trend of thought and practice in the six cylinder field. CominR directly to the point, we have produced what we sincerely believe to be a perfect motor car. It will probably first impulse to condemn this statement as extra altogether uriprovable. We '.ask you, however, to con- sider a straightforward statement of the facts. You will then be in positron to acceptor re-. ject our claims after a thorough investigation of the car itself. .would first remind' you that internal bust ion motors.have been under the scienti Tic microscope for -the .past three years. The war necessitated iirimediate devel- opment in all fields'of engineering, and the gasoline enginejias4edeived more "attention' than any oilier type of power plant." i It was quickfy. 'recognized .that 'tractors, trucks and aeroplanes Jnuwj._Pe developed tO: utmost efficiency, brains of two cgntinents were focustd -pn- the., American of; our, 7i J.'ft." owh-r-worlcol night and day. just .behind the e" iii :c But su'relyTrrcarne the results: weaknesses routed lout and discarded fot. ajl time: Changes in design were sug-' applied and Constant ex- periment and tireless screntific research would not be andf before long, entirely ne'w principles and standards were firmly estab- lishcd. 'The pld orthodox gasoline. motor was dead deader than yesterday's newspaper. A hew King had. been crowned in the.. engineering world. The wheel of 'progress had turned. I twas at this point that the Paige-Detroit Motor Car Company made a prpmpt decision. Paige power fjlarils mu'si-be brought to (Ac- current day the current of -engineering- efficien- cy. Good as our old motdrbhad been, they were not good enough when science afforded anything belter. -.s-ut So, without quibble-or; compromise, we started atAhe very beginning and produced. an en- tirely new design.. change? were made and just how they Were made would fc- quire a small .volume in the telling. But it is ''results that you are interested in and these we can lay before you.. In power, flexibility, quietness and "economy of operation, the'new Paige Essex Model "Six- 55" is, we believe, the. most remarkable car oo the American market. The last irregularity of the power impulses has'' been done away travels even- ly, smoothly and sweetly.a.t every speed.. As a consequence, vibration Kas'been the, absolute minimum.' One no longer rides.' in a V The slightest depression of the accelerator brings an immediate and truly amazing re-" suit. It can only be compared to the un- leashing of mighty, hidden forces.-. With no sense of laboring "bucking" or side Essex sweeps ahead into its full stride with the speedometer needle fran- tically attempting to keep. pace. Despite its tremendous power, however, this new motor is anything-but a glutton for fuel. An- "improved system of carburetion utilizes every j last atom of gasoline energy, and repeated factory- tests have. records "'that surpass by earli- 1 ''er Paige cars. To sum i't all up, scientific distributiQn of Weight, 'scientific alignment.of working parts, scion-' tific designing of all cliassis are the great factors that liave united tojmake the Paige a superb mechanical product. the factors that distinguish between the old standards'of engineering.and the new. And now there remains but one thing more to be 'said: The Essex .Model, as a is strictly. in keeping with its wonderful power plant. We started out with the deliberate intention of producing a have, accomplished just that result. From.'tire carrier to headlights, the Essex-is flawless. There are no crudities, no hidden weaknesses, .1 no So far as beauty and elegance are concerned of course, kiibw what' to expect. "The BeautifuKCar in speaks for itself. It is an exquisite creation an artistic achievement as as a me'chanical master- piece. sevcn-passenger Coupe "Six Town Car "Six-SS" scv'ovBassttigcr Limousine "Six-f 5" KVcrvpasOTlgcr Sedan "Si.x-55" Mv Brooklnnds four-passenger ?3230 ?32JO S28SO S1'95 V' Linwood "SLx-39" rivc-passchscr Danrmcr "SW-30" 1 or J-pesscngcr All Prices f. o.b. Detroit S1330 5J9ZS PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR: CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. fl The H. T. Henderson Garage Corner 6th Street-and 6th ATenue South. Phone'588 Provincial Distributors for Paige-Detroit Motor Co., Detroit, Mich. llevea ability Lo whal (hey have 'Alffen the has been thai our parly leaders have not led; were not as pro- ffresfllve en thsy Khould be. 1'rohably parly tin been to llimc. Now the leaders haro abandoned party find arc leartlnf. Will the people, be ready lo follow Ihe lead NEW5-TELEORAM Calgary, Oct. 20.4-The Xews-Telc- eram today, (in: ''Tho moat rWirk- ablc Ihlng'iiboiit ihlj n'e'w (laltorm which tiis been before the people by the >o-cilled union gov- ernment IB the manner In which It toemlngly approxbM grare 6anadlan proHcms, gets to the fringe lot thernl and (hen evades, ev in cwmcctlon Ihcrenllh. It' Includes tho eamodld platitudes agd ilio time old promlscv wo fcari; tccn lo (or Uio last 15 ycaM. 4 mailer or fad, the existence df.thfs 'alleged unlonln goVcrnmSnl corialllitlces In Itself the.. gravest problcrri .Canadian people Kavc'on their handi1 today, for Ihe reason thai K.camo Jiito'.bclnr; tfirobgh an' autocralfc flffcllrary pVocedurc unknown lo Canadians Slrxic cpnfeddratlon, and Ita pef'spnal. poaltlon fs Ihe greatest pbslAcflf In Lho iray of the reforms wblch lujpjal- torn seemingly f BRITISH ADMIRALTY HELPS 1 Oct. co- w the Urltlsh'admlrally wilh llw United Slates food administration, a plentiful supply. Of julb bags for handling ihe coming Cuban engar crop Is now aflsAred. The Cuban crop begins lo coVne lu.about December 16. are to he sent from fndla to Cu- ba, llio'.mlilsh 'itdralrally'.to furnish the necessary shlplng-'fadlltfe'a, POWER MEN STRIKE Jnlcrnallonal Palls, Jllnn., Oct. Bmploycea of thft'-Mlnnesota and On- tfirlo Power Company wafftcd out to- day, causing Iho plant to discontinue ll j Is .the employees were rllitallsVrl Ucausc of fnllurc lo get and Ilio fall- ure.ofrthe (Mschargc 'ccr- Ulr triph Irhom said foiiiehUd f VanconvcfV ,'qtL For the four days of .reglalrailon under Ihe .Mill- iary Service Act, -Vancouver toil In Iho fcrccalaei <'ot reports for serflco. Of the l.OCJ clans" men who registered, nlgncd "report, aenlco" forms, o( 41. In order fimo yilh.W.i percentage ftnd' Mid In Ihelr rcspectlyo Itcglna, IS; Monirta'l it; Halifax, 11; N'iw D; Londun, 2 find Quebec nil iier.cetiC WE SAVE YOU MONTY' ON Wt APING AftPftRtUSHOES NORTH ;