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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta jtbbiibpe Iberalb letb&ridge, BIDerta OAfLY AND WUKLV Preprleteri and Publlahar* [rtC LCTHBRIOQE HERALD PRINT-INQ COMPANY, LIMITSD MS ith Btreat South/Lathbrldfl* W. A. Buchanan . I^Mldest and ManaslnK Olraetor faka Tonance - - Buainaaa Um�tmt * TSLKPHONEB Bualneti Offlca .............. Mtorial Ottica ...... ..... lUI ubacrlptlan Bato#i Bsllr. artlvered, per �mw\ � tallT, deUwod. par year ..... Mly, by ihall. per year ...jj"; PMUy, by man per y�� ��;!: ffaaWy, by mail per year tPTT-B..U - Datea ot azplry ot anbaerlptlona ap kaar daily on addraia label. Aeoapt-fiaea ce former president. The body of Thos. Brown ot Chippewa. Falls, the last one; to be tojind of the (our EauiClaire river inen drowned n6ar Banff three months ago, was located some twelve miles down the Bbw by a gang.of river men who are running a drive for the Canmore 9hiefl. . . /.....'� lM,;iiMAI  (From the Carmangejr Sut), IJi'^was Indeed a '^oo'tnmunlty gaUier. Ing'l that tilled Oddtellows' halP on Tliiiraday evetiing, August 29th, at the soqiiil; bvaning Tiald In honor of Dr. W. B. and Mrs. Bryans who are leaving ouritpwn to live In Lethbrldge -\vhere the: doctor has .eatered the medical flr^'W DeVeher, Campbell, Roy and o'clock Jas. McNaughton, M.L. A.,' t^bk t)i� chair and a short pro-grdtnaie followed, consisting of pldno selJEieMpns by Mi8j� Leah . Yodor and Mlfea; oil. ifrnttb, ai i'lpadihis by iMlss Vera Hummoh; Voqal sblbs by Rev. D. H. frelfer and Mr: X. I^r -Crlapo.; and selectlonti by the Boys' Band. , ' ' Al tM-i>ioae or the programme! the ohi)riiian tjalled Dr.-*nd Mis. Bryans tp,tiie.9latfocm. .'SKhen an address was read by W. O. Hamilton, manager of the � Canadian lianjt ot Commerce. Aiter:th9,readlng of the acJdress t)r. Bj^kns' -wis priBsented with a fitted cIuTiB'CifW�"M"":'Br>ffiir-!iWtb-a-h-�na-, some electric reading lamp. The chairman then called on Mrs. R. A. Mowat, president ot the Red Cross Society, and Mrs. B. D. Hum-mon, president of the Women's Institute, both ot whom expressed regret at the departure ot Mrs. Bryans who had been a faithful member of both organizations. Rev. Il H. Telter was then called on to speak on behalf of the Methodist church and Its kindred .organizations. Messrs. J. P.- Snyder"^ and A. B. Quayle, as old timers, added a few word* of appreciation of the services rendered by Dr. and Mrs. Bryans in vary bx-^anlsation that bad as Its ob-Jectths makInK of a better cbmmunlty. Mf. Bob McKinnon, C. P. R. agent at Carmangay, received the sad news this week by wire that his brother, Pte. Dan McKinnon had been killed In action. Pte. McKinnon enlisted in his native province of Prince Sdward la-land. As mentioned In our last Issue there were fltty-eight men in the "shock troops" that visited the farm ot Mrs. Shaw, Carmangay West, on Friday evening last, and the way they pitched in and stooked one hundred acres of wheat was a good sight, and demonstrated what can be done by a little co0'M{ A GOOD INVESTMENT The money yon save earns interest whe^ deppffted in our Savings department, and both princip^ and interest are safe apd can be obtained when required. Why keep in the home more money than is needed for immediate purposes? laoiv Lethbridge Branch.....R. T. Brypineir, Manager Warner Branch......J. H. S. Gorfjjon, Manager Mjlk River Branch......J. V. Steele; Manager What Cash You Need When Travelling -and more particularly, wfien larg^'sums ar6 required-is best carried in tliefon�of a Letter of Credit, issued by The Merchants Bank. This old established form of international bahkinff, is preferred by roarty erptoiencfed trfcvellenfbacatfs*- ' ofits absolute security.  .: rV : < . Letters of Credit are cashed only by.t�nJ<�<)r. banking corporations, and after the identity-of tjie  holders is established to the satiafa<:Uon",of;tpfl bank, officials.. This insures safety, ana guarjjs iiKJi'nst loss and theft TH? MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Mdntreai. OF CANAPA Ei)tai)Jish9d 1864. LEtHBRIDGE BRANCH,   R. J. DINNING, MaK^cr. MONARCH BRANCH, - V. A. EBBRLY, Actin| Miosger. NOBLEFORD BRANCH. � M. A. KILPATRJCK, Aoti�< M�n�gcr. The Universal Car There "are more than two million and a quarter Ford cars In service today. Practically one-halt pf all the cars on Canadian highways are Ford cars. ; The Ford Is the lightest car for Its power made -and lightness Is an absolute essential tor economy in maintenance and for comfort In riding. It weighs several hundred pounds less than the ot'dlnary car of the saniepow^r and carrying) ca-' pablty. It puts more tire surface on tho ground per pound of car than any other. And Ite lightness is also a big safety factor. Lightness minimizes the cost ot upkeep by, re-, duclng the wear and tear on the tires-by glv- . ing more tnll^^ge per gallon of gasoline-and by lessening the strain and stress upon the car Itself: Tires lor Fard cars are comparitiVeiy 'thexpfen-sive. because large ones are not. reaulred-f-and they give maxltnum ijervlce because the~ car' J� lightest. Ford owners have a mliilmuni of tire trouhlcs and other expanses-and 1 tlpi^'s a hlg factor to consider In the buying of a car., * It is surprisingly low In price-and surprisingly, high in value-because It lis produced upon a scale so gigantic aS to reduce the cost- of tnanu-facture and distributing to a niinimiim. Theresa one outstanding reason why the Ford ear so far outsells all other^s. It is a better par^.-  : Servite to Customeirs of First Importance at Local Ford Garage Realizing that service is the big thing In the automobile busilness, that customers want reliable^ work and prompt, courteous attention we are em-' phasUIng this at our garage. When you come-heve you .will find some'one ready to look after your business. We must givo service to make you-want to como again-and we will give you the kind of service you want. Our repair department Is under the management ot the best mechanic we could find and all work Will he right lin every detail. FORDSON TRACTORS This Is the tractor the provincial government distributed over the province Ih'ls spring. It is '.giving good satisfaction. Its reliubillty has been proven. We have a full .lino of repairs for this tractor on hand. . C. C. McGREERY, Manager FORD TRUCKS A SAVING TO FAJRMERS The motor driven truck can vfork constantly at maximum load under the burning: Bilmftier sun, ^ot: Jn the coldest weather. Un�ka',t)iei bbrafl'ft neads.no rests while working, It eata otaly.'when In actual use, and .whehtbe, day's jWprk. jS.d'Opp it requires very little attention, qnd - leaves/�pii free lor other "Chores" about the placj^.'Trhap^^^^^ can be housed In one-quarter the space of,.tb* horses, wagon and harness it replaceis. � It is a mistaken Idea tbat a truck }b useful only for driving upon paved roads. Tho Ford can be driven all over the farm, and used for hauling grain, potatoes, fruit, roots, fertlllasr, wood, stock, milk, or any other product. Tbe speed U travels, the time it ssyes, and Its low UPHeep .cpBt'^^ appeal very strongly to all users of (he fori Truck. / ; H. E. MiEBACH. Prpprlrtpr MM*:; 56 ;