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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .f.OTHBRlDGE DAltY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21. 19U PAGE SIX The Maxwell is Built for Canadian Roads You may have an idea that perhaps the road Editions which your car must f face are more trying than in other sections of the country. But the fact is that the Maxwell is built esp-cLlly for your roads-no matter how bad they may be. Before ?ven a single car is passed oufby our shops it must stand tests that are more stringent than any difficul- ties you will encounter in your vicinity. our shops. If you could see the large number of drop forgings the snlendid method of heat treating steels and other fitSes of construction that enter into the bmldmg rffte Maxell you would not have any fear regardmg its sturdiness. You may have hills. We know that the Maxwell wUl climb any hill you may have occasion to go over You nuvhave mud. The Maxwell is built to stand any it could be asked to stand in lepfaaate driving. The Maxwell is built WITHOUT GUESSWORK- TO SUIT ALL ROADS-to suit your roads.. ta .every part of the world it is giving perfect satisfaction. H. T. HENDERSON GARAGE Cor. 6th Are. and 6th. St. S., Lethbridge Phona 5SS. Special Notice i Don't forget to drain your radiators. Uemcmber we sell tlie Diamond Tires. What about Bobes, Covers for Your Car WE HAVE ACCESSORIES the Largest Stock in the City BAALIM MOTOR CO. Ltd. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER PAY EXPENSES-OF miners and will have the mines at nr as so The annual meeting of the Bow Is RAYMOND (From the Fred S. Conn, of Oxford. Ohio, who >wns a large tract of land in the Ray- mond district, has been In this vicin- lv for about isn days lookingafter iron Mr Conn Is enthusiastic iont Alberta and thinks that the jrovince has a very promising luturiB. He says that he saw the best crops along the entire route of his journey between Coutts and Raymond. The many Wends of Devoe Woolf ire congratulating him upon his com- [etion of the course in law ottered by he Hamilton School of Law, Chicago. The coTrse leads to the degree of Bachelor Law in the state ot Illin- (From te e Walter Valwork has just recently isposed of his interest in the coal OTpertles owned hy him north of monton. It is Ihe financial .tatement Wat'----, ollows: Receipts, Annual Member. Fees, 592.00; Associate Member. Fees, 52.00; BOW ISLAND (From the Review) luWn to Mr. Essex, of Edmonton. It Is understood the latter is making ar rangements to procure some qualified Edmonton, Oct. 21.-In order to en- courage formers to buy stockers and feeders so as to prevent the depletion of tho live stock resources of the west, tho Dominion government, through the department ot agriculture, is puttIns into operation a schema by which the personal expenses of farmers, incur red during-trips for tho purchase ot I animals, will be paid by the govern ment. Duncan Anderson, of the me stock branch of the Dominion branch lot agriculture, Is at present in the city and will remain here for the next two mouths In an advisors' 'ca- pacity In connection with tho scheme. The means that a Grande Prai- rie farmer, or a farmer anywhero else in Alberta, for the matter of that, may come to Edmonton to buy. not less than a carload ot stockers or breed- ers, and the government will pay not only his transportation, but also his jotrt and livery eipenses, If any. The government would pay his eipenses even if he wont to Winnipeg or Cal- gary, but as tho farmer has to pay Ma own freight, It would be to his ad- vantage to deal at the nearest market point Several farmers may club to- gether and send one of their number to make the purchases, but the ship- ment, must not in any case be less than a carload. The purchases must not in any case be for speculative pur- poses Dodge Bros. Motor Car It Speaks for Itself Be Sure You Seo Thli O.r B.for. You Make Your Fln.l Chelc Price F- B of shipping bills, SPECIFICATIONS 30-35 ll.p. Cast en-bloc Engine. Wheelbase, 116 inches. Differential Spiral Gear. Clutch, Multiple Disc. Starter and Generator, North- east. Storage Batteries, Willard, 12 Top, One-man. Mohair. Roar Aile, Full Floating. Tlmlcen Bearing! throughout the whole car. The gasoline consumption unusually low and the tire mile, age unusually high. STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH, 2ND BLOCK WEST ALEXANDRA HOTIL CARRIES IN FILTHY, RAGGED SUIT Chatham, Ont, Oct. Da- vis a negro resident or Cnatlmm, who recently, came before public notice when officers forced an entrance to had been kept for six years, appeared in the county police court charged with being a menace to the public health. He was found to be wearint layer on layer of. filthy rags, which in- nine pairs of panti, several SUFFICIENT _ TO TAKE YOU 50HiLESANHOURORMORE .If you want a powerful car, economical to buy, econom- ical to will take you in comfcrt over any roads that can be travelled; that.will take any hill on high that the biggest cars will take] that will give you 25 to 30 miles per gallon of gasoline, buy A Real Automobile Fully Equipped 28 Horse Power Valve-jn-head Motor Three Speeds Forward and Reverse Electric Starting and Lighting Stewart Speedometer Non-Skid fires on Rear Wheels Cantilever Springs THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CO. Z TORONTO BAALIM MOTOR CO., ifwar Other expenses, J7.S5; Total expenditure, 1599.7.7. Balance on hand, J53.20; Material on The total number of articles com pleted and forwarded to the Provincial depot amounted to 1657. These wore made up as follows: Eight surgical caps 12: pyiama., 88 shirts, 3 under- wear suits, 3 surgical coats, 3 nurse. rProns.l .carves. 73 pairs of sock ono pair of wristlets, 1073 handkerchiefs, 12 pillow slips, and 427 bandages Offi- cers for the ensuing year were elected as'follows: Hon. President Mayor Robertson; J. H- Pat erson; Vice-Presidents, Mrs. AV. P. "otton, Mrs. J. M. Milroy and Mrs. Moerke; Secretary. >rs. Rainbow; Treasurer, Mrs. E. C. Lutke. Mr. and Mrs.-Robertson and Mr. Bishop were appointed a committee to assist the officers. The .ofHem-acknowledge with manv thanks a donation or .from 'he Rebak'.h.Lodsp. and the sum of Jllo.67 from tho Bow Island sports committee. TABEft (From the Time.) On Sunday morning last.Thos. Duff, well known resident of Taber, passed way at the age of 76 .years. Mr. Duff as been suffering from cancer on the aw for some time, which finally cau.- d ihs death. He was a native of Mary- and' U. S., and served in the cvil ar with a Maryland .regiment, being ;ounded and taken prisoner on sever- 1 occasions. The deceased came to Taber five years ago and was engaged n farming the C. Y. The deceased is urrived by his widow, and one aughter, Mrs. J, R> Woods, Jr., of Garner, iowa. The body was taken to Jritt, Iowa, for interment on -Monday Lieut. J. K. Matheson, who formerly esided in Taber, has been reported In a recent casualty list as having been wounded in the recent.pffenaive on the Somme. Mrs Geo. Vayro received wori irom the Canadian casualty on Sat- urday night that her .husband, Sergt. Geo Vayro had been wounded. Tne wound was a gunshot In.the bridle of A letter was received in Taber this week from a Taber boy at the front stating that the wounds of Co. Sergt.- Major Sneddon, Sergt Vayro and Pte. Brand were not of a serious nature. Trooper "Vic" Brown, who left Tab- er recently td return to.the front has been compelled to under go at. Mon- treal a treatment for.his mouth, the result of being gassed at the front by the Huns. He sends best regards to his many friends in Taber. On September 1st at the regular meeting of the Taber Branch of the Alberta Women's Institute a resolu- tion was passed voting to the gen- eral Red Cross Funds. Last evening the general executive of the Patriotic Fund Association for the Taber riding met in the council chamber. There was only a slim at- tendance of members of the commit- tee. Delegates from outside Branches were as follows: W. A, Bateman, Bow Island; T. H. Neighborvlew; G. H. Johnson, Burdette; John Lee and Charles Williams, Coal City; Stuart Battersby and Rev. Mr. Barrett, Grassy Lake. President K. H. Ander- son In opening the meeting welcomed the outside delegates ..and explained the object in requiring them to attend. He spoke of the increased assess- ment on the Taber riding from I last year to J12.000 this year, and ex- plained that the work this year was greatly increased and made it necess- ary that greater effort, be put forth by all branches throughout the riding. A general discuisloit then .took .place with all the delegates put M4 the be.t atu. at Kttimc done wen talked itMtott of the executive from the onteUt points will all go back'and do all In their power to get the worker. orgM- Ized and the work underway. It wa> decided that all secretariat of local branches should u members of tte general' executive, iohi H. wa. added to the executive-'fcmuMUM. The secretary the following new .uh.cripiion. to the fund: ers, A, t, Bo.e, NEW SERIES SAXON "SIX" WITH ADDED ATTRACTIONS Owners of course, were first to flnd out this superiority But it did not owner' knowledge. For from them, thousands o, aH orof 0( ,u resorts of its speed, its smoothness, its power its acceleration in j i servlce u. superlative Sdinary gasoline best car in its class. s Then as if to substantiate and confirm the superiority sho- m Private which is the pride of the West. It thrice vanquished costlier rivals in speed, acceleration, and in hill climbing at the San Diego Exposition. It exhibited accelera- tion from standing start to 45 mtlea per hour in 23.6 seconds. 206 stock model Sax- ons "Sixes" travelled miles and aver- aged 23.5 miles-per gal- lon of gasoline. Each car ran 300 miles with- out stopping the motor. 38 stook model Saxon "Sixes" .raced in relays from coast to coast in 6 days, 13 hours ana W minutes. This is the record automobile time between New York and San Francisco. So when you como to seek the reason for the overwhelmingly success of Saxon "Six" you will find It, most likely, in this matchless ability to perform. If you should search still further you will find a twofold answer. Added Attractions doors; softer and deeper cushion.; body mode; new .and beautiful finish of lasting lu.tre. M Inch Brakes. Full cantilever type rear Z Inch crank shaft and other detailed Improvement.-In-motor, In.urlng even greater smoothnes. and flexibl Ity than heretofore. Only motors In high- est priced ears can be compared with motor in all-around efficiency. Tilted Windshield which eliminate, all glare. New top with Grecian r.ar bow. Now style fender. Instrument, mounted in a pl.te on cowl dash. Chrome, vanadium valve .pring.. New design of carburetor which givw greater easier starting. Sp.clfi'catien. on reque.t. First, that Saxon "Six" at the outset was built right, that the principles of Its conf struction were correctly evolved and accurately carried to completion. Second, that 8.1011 "Six" since the outset has been passing through a continuous condition of develop- ment and refinement. So at this yond those feature, you know, you will find many added attractions For inrtance, the new body is roomier; more comfortable; and ha. wider door., making en- trancn and exit easj; and convenient; .otter and deeper cushions; and Its lines are after the latest mode. Real hair of expen- sive quality is uied In the upholstery. The color scheme 1. the entire car 1. now finished ID the ..me color. Roadster F.O.B. Lethbridge WAS UNLOADED HENDERSON GARAGE Saxon Motor Car Corp, Detroit, Mirh. Agente ,-flft Phone- 5HH Cor. anA 6th St. S. ;