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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta m ^ SATUBDAY. APRIL 3, .1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAltrT HERALD PAGE TIIIRimR; LETHBRIDGE IS PUT QN MAIN ROAD FOR (Sp�eJ�l to The HmnMI � (HELBNA; April 8.-^Trangoontln-. Wntftl toHrlsta, who are out to see the scenic wondora of the \Vo�t are to be turned aside.from their east and west travel )by;a newly orj^anlfed ef-'fort "in the' Rocky Mountetn rflKlpn, ;to call the attention. to the American motorist  to tJie chain ot National Parks and Intfemational scenic'"beauties between, the Grand Canyon of Arizona anr^ via Danlt and' Lake Louise in Canada. vay, but there are some sections, which will need improvement, and which the organization contemplated to promote and maintain {he Banff-to^Grand Canyon Highway will, see improving. The road runs' from the Grand Canyon to Yellowstone by way of Salt Lake and Ogden. a distance of 792.4 miles; from Yellowstone to Glacier Park,, a distance of 433 miles." The highway takes In the wonderful beau- ties of the main nAge of the Rockr Mountains, and from Glacier Park to Banff a distance of 878.4 miles; the road, winds tliroucti the marvelous Canadian Rockies, passing through the impoptiant centres of Lethbridge anM' Calgary and on to the internationally famous toul-lat resorts of Banff and Lake Louise, Motors Faster The trip can be niade much more rapidly, by aritomobile, than It could by train, because there is no railroad running straight north and south to take In these resorts. The railroad tourist would have to Big sag-east and west over all the road in order to g0t from the Grand Oanyon to'Yellowstone, Olader and Banff, but the automobile tourist can easily make the trip and take a straight and short cut along the Rocky iMonntains by following the Banff-todrand Canyon road-Max Goodwill, secretary of the Helena Commercial Club, who originated the idea of the highwfcy, and is leading, its promotioni predicts for the road a Very important place immediately in the tourists of the world, because of the fact that part of It Includes so many famous tourist objectives and beca:use it crosses all the principal east and west tran^oontlu-ental highways. ffOW TOURISTS WILL TRAVEL TO BANFF DAMFr-To-QPANDCAMYOM ROAD; A GOOD rtlGITrtaiY LIMKINQ Tttt GPiHD CAMYOM Of ACIZONA, ZiON MATiOM/g. vstma it, Yellcwstcic r�k, lewb icCim. m\mi monument, proposals 'Wlll be ratified by the federal aitthorities. W. A. Buchanan, M.P.,'will urgelMr.-McLean to odd a highway from Lethbridge, to Cardston and the fboundanr, on the ground that it would be largely vsed by tourists from the United States who visit ithe Glacier Natidual Pork; It Is possible, however, the rood from Pincher south to tho Waterton Lakes mgy eventually link up with  road into the Glacier Park.  � . , �  OF INTfRHST TO .  .MOTORiare              'Long.Islffhd, N.Y., was one of the first sections of the country to foster the racing of high-speed. motor cars. Through their progrei^siveness in the oil and cattle business, Indians In the Central West are ^ buying motor cars. One . automobile factory > In Barcelona, Spain, Imports-the chassis from the United States arid builds the body to. snlt the" local taste. Extensive allerations have recently h^en: made In Bngland to relieve the congested state of tho London omnibus traffic. With $10 as a minimum reglstra/-tlon fees for passenger, automobiles is forty cents per horsepower in Pennsylvania. The largest company In the world to manufacture automobile axles, springs and bearings and rims is to be buUt in Cleveland, Ohio. Mdc^o in, Canada Tire Values The luxury of riding on Maple Leaf Cords is warranted by the low cost per mile. ' The value of a tire must be based on its iservice over a given period. Maple Leaf Tires have made good. We were sure they would when we designed them. The best of workmanship and the finest materials combine to carry out a design that embodies years of experience in tire construdtion. Maple Leaf Tires first achieved popularity with a Non-Skid fabric tire selling at the price of Plain Treads. Locate the dealer near you who carries Maple Leaf, Plain Treads, Non-Skids and Maple Leaf Cords, and ask him to show you rea/tire values. THE MAPX^ I^KAF TIRK CO., LIMITED.   MONTRSAIm 16 Local Distributors Western Canada Hardware Co- ...... ^ ^EF.ORE ypu are asked to buy or try Dunlop Cord Tires, they must undergo a test such as you would never give them. ^ Tires just like your garagemen and dealers now sell are put on our own test cars, and away speed the drivers. -A Test that is kept up day and night. -A Test that takes in some of the worst roads in the country and the generality of bumps, bad turns, and all the sudden stops that go^with them. -A Test that specifies the number of miles which must be made by the drivers each day and night. ^ The results of this crucial test, naturally, have an important bearing on our manufacturihg policy. q Tested-in-Advance Service apdyapplies to Duplop Cord Tires-" Traction," "Ribbed." Can you ask for a greater guarantee than the story the road tells-a story which in the case of Dunlop Cord Tires proves that our manufacturing method" are not only Right but Dead Right? DUNLOP THE UNIVERSE OVER-^THE WORLD'S GREATEST RUBBER ORGANIZATION Dunlop Tire & -Rubber Goods Co, Head Office and Factories - - - BRANCHES IN THE LEADING CITIES 05 TORONTO A131 ;