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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 1PAGE SIX THE LETHBHIDGE 'DAILY HERALD 'SATUIUUV, SI'JPTHMBEK 23, 1916 Dodge Bros. Motor Car It Speaks for Itself Be Sure You See This Csr Before You Make Your Final Choice. Price F- O- B- Lethbridgc SPECIFIC.-YTIOXS SO-Sii h.p. Cast en-blov Engine. Whoelbase, US inches. niffereniial Spiral Gear, Clutch. Multiple1 Disc. Starter Generator. North- east. Storage Batteries, Willanl. volt. Top. One-man. Mohair. Roar Axle, Full Floating. Timken Bearings throughout the whole car. The gasoline consumption is unusually low and the tire mile- age unusually high. STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH, 2ND BLOCK WEST ALEXANDRA HOTEL ON LEAVE Thclaie'RajinoiiirAVciuHh. tlie Pre- mier's eldest son. had a cousin in Canada. HerHeri Asrjuith Noton. who has been ranching for many years near Calgary. 40c per gallon fORD GARAGE ill pay more for the insurance of its employees Instead of Harvesting Crops They Tried a as Burg- lars in Blair mo re (Special :to the Blairmore. Sept. has at last been thrown upon the mysterious burglaries wUich have occurred in ISlairuiore lately by the arrest of two youthful members of the iMnil Bat- talion, namely W. T. Patterson and George" Pattern, aged IS and 16 re- spectively, 'i- It appears that while these two soldiers- were out on harvest pass they preferred to stay at home rather than so to the harvest field. The long holi- day, however, seemed to bore them and they began to luok around for some excitement which they foiiml the way of causing consternation and in some instances fear among the citizens of this quiet community. At the preliminary hearing held in the Mounted Police Barracks .on Thursday afternoon the boys pleaded guilty and stated that the motive which caused them-to break into the various stores was one of sheer devil- ment and adventure. What they in- tended to do with all their plunder is CHRISTMAS SHOWER FOR THE SOLDIERS As there tfre al leant 20W Leth- bridge soldlorn overseas year, the Civic Club Is plwiniug -to have the parcels for the Christinas shower uniform. Kadi purcel U to contain one small box of oxo cubes, oue boi cigarettes or tobacco, one khaki eolored handkerchief and can- dy. It is hoped that thpse parcolH will be done up in Christmas wrap- pings and seals, with an outer cover- ing of wrapping paper. The name of the donor may be en- closed and the number of parcels from oaoli person, is not limited to ne. i Any of the above mentioned articles may be scut in .bulk or if any prefer to send money, it will be used in con- nection with the expanses of the shower. A good program has been arranged, but there will be no refreshments. Remember the place. Y. M. C. A. audi- torium; uiul the date, September 29, at S p.m. Lethbridge's fine record under the lew dry law was sadly shattered this mystery as it consisted chiefly of [week when three drunks were.gather- suns, several hundred rounds of am- munition, hunting knives, -cigarettes and candies. They had cached their-'stolen stuff at a place just outside of Blairmore and one day were .noticed to go there by a boy living near who at once told od in by the police ami each-of-them soaked three and .costs. Michael Ca- sey was the first, He his from Montana. Jack thered in the nisfct Isst. Kis supply came via the route. This morning E. W. Reddick appeared the town policemen, who in turn went jn the dock at police court on a d. and to see the suspects and after some official -bluff practically frightened them into a confession. They were during the coming year than has been taken to on Thursday night liie ease heretofore. At this morn- where they will await trial. ing's special meeting of the council I rates were submitted by a couple of firms. There is no cutting of rates j this year as has been the case hereto- j fore, all companies now subscribing 10 the tariff, of rates for liability insur- ance. Toe-rate will be about ?2 per thousand as against less than last year. The result is that the commis- sioners are considering the advisabil- EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS TO THE (Special to the Herald) Macleod, Sept. The Farmers' Co-Operative Elevator Co., Ltd., bet ter known as the FaVmers' Elevator, are having extensive alterations made to their elevator here. The sum of Ity of the city's bility insurance. Under the new j rates the cost to the city will be well over The council will let no contract until giving the matter full consideration. own Ha- is being Ispent Uw alterations It.. Ortn IIS will ha fhn-nmrhlir i and when finished will be thoroughly modern. The engine shed is entirely separate from the elevator. The new C ton scale is placed on R lower grade so that the farmers will not hive to climb a; steep; grade as before with Do Boston, Chicago' and Ty Cobb are still contenders. Licenses for more pave been taken out m Manitoba." their grain; and a .-new: auto- matic scale. Js .being placed into posi- tion. In all the machinery is entirely new and everything will be completed shorily.ito handle this year's crop.. The able manager d. charge. Reddick iin defence stated that he wgs ill and. hud three drinks of Canada Bitters with wfiich he took quinine. Evidently the Bitters were strong dope for Reddick succumbed and paid three and costs this morn- ing. f SEND AUDITOR GENERAL. TO ENGLANb Ottawa. Sept. is understood that the government will send the au- ditor general to England shortly in order to try and clear up the tangle into which financial matters have got in "connection with war expenditures on Canadian account overseas..-It has been found impossible to get ade- quate accounting uponi .all the expenditures-; made by Hughes' staff in ix also considerable of a nitx-up with the war office in determining what portion of T Canada must pay of. supplies furnished- the troops in England and at the front. You will not see a long list of necessary acces- sories advertised for well cars. r.O.B. WINDSOR. OUT. E1 VLECTRIC starter and lights, one-man mohair top, demountable rims, rain-vision windshield, speedometer, linoleum, covered floor and run- ning these features, which are found on much more expensive cars, are part of the regular Maxwell equipment They are included in the list price. When you buy a Maxwell, your investment is com- pleted. There are no extras to buy. In addition you get a car of proved endurance, of 'unusual economy. And behind these qualities there is the record and reputation of the Maxwell, which is second to none. We insist and will prove to you that the Maxwell is the world's greatest motor car value. Roadster, S830 Touring Car. tSSO Cabriolet, S1235 Town Car, S130O Sedan, S14OO Fully cgu'nwrf, Includitis electric stantr anil HffAM. All prices f. o. b. Windsor, Ont. The H. T. Henderson Garage Phone 588 Cor. 6th Ave. Lcthbridgc, Alta. FISH, FROZEN IN ICE FOR SEVERAL MONTHS, ARE VERY MUCH ALIVE name of-these fish is Chinda- said Mr. Brebner, "and they in- habit the lakes hi the vicinity of Nush- _____ agak." story of the Tlie seven risk brought to Portland sleeping princess has nothing on the were-found frozen fast in a cakexof history of seven fish of a typically Al- ice, where they had been probably askan' variety -which are .now swim- ming in a basin of ttater in the room Brebner at the'Palace hotel Mr. Brebner, .who is'connected with rthe' Alaska Portland associa tion, ..ffatf back: him from yie Salmon shvp Levi G-. '5 seven or eight months, Tlje- fish are still ven much suite of the fact that they are now 250 miles from their original home. SOLDIER VOTE IN El.'C. Vancouver." Sept. telegram from A. Rives Hall, K.C., Liberal scrii: tineer in England and France, gives the following figures regarding the total soldiers' vote cast. "Soldiers' vote approximately 7300, Estimate Vancouver total 1900; Vic- toria 1200; South .Vancouver "400; Prince Comofc (and Westmin- ster 250-each; Nelson and. Nnnatmp, 200 each; others leas. 4 Merkle played centre field for Brooklyn in Tuesday's game. Those Giants are going great guns. Fifteen fo the excessive demand for Davis' CJflars-and wkw 4hWI I ,HOUSE X EQUAL TO MOST 15' CIGARS v (HUGINATCBIY S. DAVIS SONS MONTREAL. 'fhe Largest Cigars in Canada. Winners oi Gold la coMpeUtton wltb Wofld, WHY? Because we have made good Cigari lor over half a Century. IMW NIX, PAWS U63; ttNTEKMl.PHIUeElMllA Some Tobieeopists will try io sefi you other Qgars WHY? Because there is less profit ;