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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fACE EIGHT LETHHRIDGE DAfLT HKHALD SATIUUMY, SKPTKMDKIl 8. ]917 OF THE AUTO WORLD With the Motorists of South Alberta Local auto dealers and the Leth- bridge Automobile club should gel !o- Beiner Ibe proposal thit bas been made .Hat an automobile week Two Thousand Auto Licenses Issued from Lethbridge Office That Is Advirt of an American Banker-j-SVould Cause New lo be Opened Motorists ol America as a body stand with A- C. Bedford, president of the Standard Oil company. In bis appwl tor conse.rvallon ol-ihe nation- al supply .ot but most ol them have other. Ideas as to the.besi to Increase the.-available supply for var purposes. Mr. Bed advocates a restriction of louring in order ihot gasoline be-jised only (or necessaiy I disregarding ihe fad lhai to fashions in motors lbis Vort what many consider should be licld nesi sprluj; iu unnecessary hardship an millions spring Fiack show Is held. Tlie siocfc] who set iheir jecipalion from iucLor- show will come about March. Wlilcl. L ,m.entol, is about (be right time (or getting j aud Qnc o( tbe foremost busy, on 'he spring selling campaign} public utility ciperts, Increased in ihe auio Hue. I gasoline buying to stimulate grraler The opporiuntiv thai such a week! proiliicilpn. ui H B) Supply Undeveloped would give to disseminate information Jn a rtcMl huervisw Dohejlv save BbouL new models should appeal to to ihe Motor Age, he is quoted as pay- When a clfy.o' peof aula Ucentti Is th; of in one year lure there li something In the automobile ir.duttry. Cut that's jult what hit teen done from the IctHMdge bfllKh of tht rftpirtment of public werkl In tht past (even months. On Wtdncuby Ijit Ihe iwo automobile license told the day wai over one extra llctnsr WJS sold, bring- ing the number to 2001. Of count all the not told to Lethbridge auto own- era, but they wre all dlipowd of In the city and Immediate' vklnlty. Considering the 'act that lait year there were test than 500 Itaued from the office It that there some- thing doing for the automobile thli year. The (act iuue of auto licence plaice received here starts at No. CHEVROLET PROFITS LAROE Eurulag (or Chevrolet Motor company of Kllnl, AJIch., for tho half yciir have not yet been compiled, but It Is estimated tbat on a basis of Her car profit operating net would bo neighborhood of JJ.500.000. To this may be added received In dividends from its General Motors stock hoMluss. This would be bcder. than a share ou Us GtO.OOO shares ot stock. NO REORGANIZATION, I'arlj, Sept. a long sossloa of HID cp.lilnrl today, at njilcb I'resl- dent I'olucare presided, nniiounco- me lit was mate tbat no decision has been readied aa to tho re construction o( tbo catiluel, or, Iho selection ot a siiccossof to Loula J. Malvy. who re- rcnlly resigned as minister of Die In- terior, 1'reinler. Illbot Is still with political leaders. all the dealers. Then agaiu it would ing: give an opportunity lo put on some tests which ivould -lend to Increase popular interest in .he now mosl popular form ot uensporlaUon. The j become prohibitive If a long-perod oE men have a good I luBciifrhy should be brought chance to meet the farmers and talt "We millions ol arres of pro speclive oil territory. There Is prac- tically utt limit to the oil we can pro> duce. although ihe cosi of oil may failure quickly Lo true situation. countries have been, "com- pelled (o curtail the use of gasoline roads. It would be a get-fogelher because laelr supply -was limlled and needed entirely for the government's use. The deficiency In trans over the possibilities ol usins; trucks lor banliae on our Southern'AlberU teefc.ior salesmen and.owners. And it's about that time of ihe that the Lelhbridge Auto club bolds annual meeting. At that lime re- preFentatlvea'bf. the various auto clubs tbroughout the could gel to- gether to talkf the military service bill; favoring i non-partUan wln-the-war govcrn- aient; the dlafranchlsemcnl of aliens iorn In enemy coiiQlrlea who have not fathers or husbands IN Ihe Cm- idlan army during the conllnoance of the warj and the enfranchisement of Udve born women. PROTEST TO W14dMT, Ont., Sepl. P a statement out by parlshlomer of Our o; 4e church at Ford, an appeal Ii ta form ot a lengthy cablegram hs, cent lo the Pope of Rome protest Dp igalnal Bhhop Fallon'a decision t fire the ptrhh a priest It doea no HUN COMMANDER Copenhagen, SepL capture by the Germans of Hlga has bronghi out i.'nev German anr.y commander Von Huller, recent promotion to leadership of an Independent, army through the serried ranfci of old gen trail and superannuated officerB. Yon HuUer, who ts of French des cent, his grandfather-having been e. French officer, was a Guard Division coTuminder at outbreak of the wa and unlfrihe capture of Riga be hit no atrlkluf events io bis crertJL MUNICIPA (-ELECTIONS IN PETflOGRAD Felrogrtd, Sept. muntclpa elect ton a held In Pelrograi resulting in a Dietary tor the radicals The social revolutionaries and Hoi ah t rill I Jn dieted a severe on Ib tnd (be conatltu llonal democrats. MUCK OPIUM SEIZED IN VANCOUVER RAID Vancouver, Opium, cocafn and raorphlne.'Korth nearly aelzad by ihf? police Jn a raid a 111 Tender alreet east, today. Flvi Chinese-were itrresled. A ten quar Eln pall of opium was found and near ly one thousand empty opium tins were found. .The police believe the plice raided was the thhl dlslrlbilling poJn for the opium traffic (or Vancouve. and dlilrlcL MUST SALUTE linden, Sept- consequence cumplalnlA ot soldiers failing to talim whllo on Jeare and twilling, strlc orders have been laaued at Canadla headquarters that all fioldlera, Ing convaleatenta, raiisl saloJe office on the alnul, In railways.ahopg, cafe etc. The salute Is obligatory if so dlera ure accompanied by il Si The Car We Cho Why With 31 Extra Added Over-Strength We have chosen the Mitchell among all cars in its class, after months of investigation. As motor car dealers, we have staked our future on it, -The values make this car It makes other cars seem, incomplete. The" rnan ;who knows what we. know is bound to choose this car. Please come and see "the hundred ways in which Mitchells ire distinct. i Why It Dominates'e Mitchell everywhere dis- cussed. The sale doubles every year. The" factory now covers .45 acres, yet there never are Mitchells enough. Let as show you why. There are 31 feafures which nearly ,all cars ociit. Things like a power tire dashboard engine primer, re- versible faeadliehts, ball-bearing steer- rnj fear. There is saperlative luxury.. The makers this year added 24 per cent to the cost of finish, upholstery and beauty. Thi Mitchell is by far the bandiomeat car in its class. There are handles (or entering, a light in the touneiu, a locked compart- ment (or valuables. There is plaited npholsltiy of rare-grade leather, and cushion springs, There are cantilever rear inches long the car rides like an aeroplajje.' Lifetime Endurance 'Every important part (n Mitchells has 100 per over-strength. That is twice the wul margin ol safely. There orersiio parts. There are over'440 parU built of toughened steel. There are driving parts of Chrome-Vanadium. springs which have never been broken.. We know of tivo Mitchell cars Ibat have already been nin over miles 40 years of ordinary service. So this over-strength', in all probability, means a lifetime TJicse eitra values will cost on this year's Hitchelljontput. Just for extra ftalures, added beauty and over- beyond most like-class cars. Exclusive Styles Then there are eight new-style bodies, all exclusive to the Mitchell. All are designed by Mitchell, artists and built in Mitchell ihops. newlinc, Mitchell So known at-, (ntclidn. Voa have never seen so many bsautics in "'-single'car. Due to John W. Bate All these arc paid for by fnctory savipcs." .They are due to John W. tli'e lamous efficiency c.tpcrt. He built and equipped this model plant to build ihis one type economically.' He has spent years of effort' and mil- lions of dollars lo cut the fnctory cost in two. In an ordinary factory, cars like these would be impossible at the Mitchell prices. Two Styles. The Mitchell line includes two sizes and eight body styles. It offers every- thing the fine-car buyer wants. It offers more than any other Hire of Sixes. Cotne and see the. new styles, just brought in, See how they differ from other a hundred ways. We promise you an int'cresliiit' hour. mitcneii 7-pmrttnger Sin, with in-i developed 48-horxpowcr with I2f-mch power moior. 1 -inch wmller bore. AhoTownCu-unlLlimMiiM 'All prices o. b. Rachw BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS Distributors The House of Service, 5th St. South, Lethbridge 01 DO nn nnl D9 FJU BO a ;