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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGE TEN THE LETIUWIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, A.PRIVIO, 1920 Exhaust Echoes Garage Gossip NEWS OF THE AUTO WORLD With the Motorirts of South Alberta Pacific Motorists To Take In Le GROWTH OF INDUSTRY ALMOST LIKE DREAM The automobile and acces- sory Industry in Canadn almost HVe a dream. Five years ago little could be tald of this industry in tho Dominion wLicii today employe raoro than 16.0M persons and repre- an Investment of approil- uKitely j The pny roll for 1919 eiceed- Two Large Tourine Parties Expected in over st.ow _ .P...... .9 i i- A i cars were manufactured In Can- witb. sales jnniouatlBg to over flOO.OW.MO last year. On Tour This Summer! Trek Will be Here About July Fernis Asks for Co-operation Concerning Party From Coast. Lelhbrldge may wtlcoms two large parties of motor tourists this mer tlie most Important in opinions of several business men, is thb 'ulr'y coming from Washington, Idaho and states, who will approach the city through Fertile and the Crow's Nest Pass. This In- formation was given to a meeting of the Good Roads and Motor Traffic at a meeting here this week. A letter has been received from the Fernie Board of Trade asking for co-cperallon on giving these Amercan visitors a good time and Impretslon of this portion of Canada. The letter stated that arrange- ment! for the trip are practically completed so far 38 British Columbia Is concerned and asked concerning the roads in the Lethbridge district- )t proposed to take th's party out of Canada through Coutts and down to Glzcler Park. The members cf the local association who attend- ed the meetjng referred to above were enthusiastic about the prospects of trjari .in. regard to. the 'Wlnnipbg .tour. 'They felt thit the touritts from the'Paclfic coast wtlr'-davVnVe good! with" ill e Information1 they will for this 'district than those coming from the ;cintral "states. '_ heartily crn -----------1 The association A NEW USE KOR THAT CLEAN COLOR OF YOURS I 10 PASS IN Tiic second blowout within a space of a miles Ou u nasty piece of road found aa autoist without a sjmre tube or shoo with which to effect a replacement: He had ce- mont patches for the tube but no blowout patches, ucd 'FO had to improvise one :from 'fhe risl at hand. XoiiiiiiE. -tliai.; would nnsvrer capita ;.2E-8 eap'lta 1 AusMay. per. capita RysBrs, rper capita iFor..the 'delivery of tnilk lined ste'el.tahh of. SO gallons r'cajccity on fIVe-ton cii Is in bperatiou iu-tHo vieiiilly IxickwoDuV ..Ohio. The fconveyor isjn reality ft mos bottle which keeps -.the; cool even In the hottest vrcnthcr. rehicl., belot actually a, Robert then to the nituias re d from Ihera hannel ot Gej.-- glan Bay to'Sault Ste. Marie. Ontario. xre puffing along This "company'', has been highly Enc-'i1 essful from: its beginning. to'- ihV ficrto competition of three'i'rallroads, while automobile different" motor trucks tbrong the city nnd n of elernte'd aiid Bur- and hisaways. still carries bricks, sacks of! The return will te made from train ant! what-not on his hack; the Saul t Ste. .--Marie, Jllcb.. by way of primitive Bled li reproduced in the tho eastern branch'pf the Dixie High- sleds of Northern Canada; camels way to Ib Alma, are with mounted on their j nnd Detroit.' backs every circus day; are It is expceleil that about "00 tour- still in ute In Nova Scotia and New j Ists will take part' In this two weeks Brunswick; 'prairie Mhooners' are] tour. They will carry with them a on dutjr.'ln rural sections untouched j Variety of eguinmeut'w'li'lch discounts by railroads; Eskimos use pack doss I anything before attempted in any in the frozen fjorih; pack-mules tour. There will be blanket and tent solve transport difficulties in moun- trucks, sinqe Ihe tourists will camp talnouB regions; al- out most of' nighti'.' there will also bii refriger.itor most as weird as the -Tom Thumb' ace routes, it' not only slit-vires, but continues. to roil nn dividends after year. iPeopIe-prefer-lt to street cars, and are glad to pay the'hlgher fare. of -tie, future ivlll subwaya, working in' conjunction busses. Aa street- .It la now in Ita decadonco, give to 'the modern nxo.tbr'- truck, cusy to; operate, efficient in all pt" '.weather, economical, Tiarrow-gayge buaaugs rblles street! International boundary. reported the roads good and the In said to bo beyond description. What Is particularly woftl while about' tour is that It will show how accessible the scenic regions of On- tario and northern Michigan are to tho city-dwellers of Illinois, Ohio, lu- dlaua, New York and other states in the northeastern portion of tlie United Stales. While '.hero are hotels .Jin almost all of the towns traversed by the trip, t'hel number of persons', 'in this tour is so large'. -that it. was thought best to mako arrangements for camping out each night. Thls.also adds a flavor of novelty' to Tho' casual To'.irist' will doubtless 'lritcks, shon-er bath natrohlzn'the hotels, "HoweVer, old-time methods of trails portal ion are rapidly giving way to fnodem means. The automobllo. and -especially the medium becoming familiar sights iu ovcry-section of the country." ONLY U.S. CARS EXPORTED DURING 1919 Recently corn-piled statistics show economical, that-the gaia'j-ta? 1915 saw standing, high In tho swfps-of the pleasure in the United riding1 Blate-s: Of this tremendous total, only 1 cars "were' and this 1 wei IbD greatest ciport year known to the industry.' More than cars, of course, could ha'vc 'been, dis- posed of abroad, but that was the limit that--AmericAn manufaqlurera could ho 'induced to allot to outsldo I countries. The vital inarket'at home could not be neglectedj THINK MUCH YOU DEPEND ON YOUR BATTERY''' It is one of the'nlost vital features ot your It you depend'for Rnd whirrs1' that starts car, as well; as. for" the bHltlanceiof. .narking your night sake, it for'.riothlng.else you should insist on STARTING LIGHTING It is quility in Inch and thirty-two xperieti.eo'.'ln tho. manu.facturft of (6rx all 'purposes.; every m'akc'of.'Starting and ;