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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920 TIJE ..LETJfflRIDGB DAILY HERALD Why Women Want Automobiles Ctty imd Country Put Thflir In Form of Ten Commandrnatitt, WOMAN OF THE CITY (1) For Improvement or Bate- guardine of health. (3) 'For educational Advantages making for better cHlzeusbip. (3J Poise and self-reliance gain- ed drives car. (4) 'As an aid to economical houte- hold marketing. (S) saved. (7J For tho actual'profit in time As a means of helping others. 'Because it livings greater In- (S) Because an automobile tends to keep tho family together. (9) For mental Intptratlon in closer contact with nature. (10) HBO of ail Automobile increas- es efficiency of a woman, whatever. her calling. THE WOMAN OF THE FARM (1) As 'a means of education through contact with peoplo. (2) As a means" of more omlcal.asd satisfactory household marketing. (3) Enables women to take pro- duce to market. Conserves tlmo aod energy needed In farm work. (5) Gives relief from monotony due to' Isolation of farina. (6) Enables children to attend school more regnlnrly. Removes handicap of isola- tion in casa cf accident or sickness (8) Driving an automobile gives a woman self-reliance. (9) Women are enabled to obtain higher prices for the farm products they market (ID) Ftrmlti attention to religions training for children and church 'attendance by family. To Motor From Vancouver to Montreal KINGSTON, Out, April 10.-! of the members of the ooaver Automobile Club Intends to motor from the Pacific Coast 10 Montreal this spring for the purpose of mapping out ihe.shprt- est route between the coast and the Canadian metropolis, accord' Ins to a letter received by J. K. Carroll, secretary of the Klngdon Club, TOHONTO, April fee aud display the number of the province he la visiting on his reciprocity In motor vehicle licenses, Denmark liai nearly motor 'Financial circles the 1920 de- mand'- for motor vehicles as follows Passenger cars, minimum, ffisilmutu. trucks, minimum, umilmum, The highway weather service, one of the new enterprises of the U. S. Department' of Agriculture, operated through the organizations of the Weather Bureau throughout the country, hae proved of great benefit to motor drivers. Slam has more cars. than motor WOMEN DRIVERS OET LONG DESERVED BOOST Prejudice against woman driver has been practically wiped out, jeclally after "we hare, seen what ef- fective and wonderful work these women did who drove Red Cnws am- bulances In France. Still, there IB many a man who would feel a bit uneasy seated beside a woman driv- ing a car over a slippery pavement. This bugaboo la dying a slow but lure death. More women motorists are seen on the streets, and this has made tho automobile all tho mors popular. To a certain extent this is due'to improvements along the lines of operation, due to greater simplicity in mechanical construction. Hut a writer In the London Times foe> even further than this, NORTH AND SOUTH ROAD THROUGH LETHBRIDGE TO BE READY BY JUNE 15TH Rpjarians Get Busy on Good Road From Banff to U. S. Great Falls' Delegates Give Movement Impetus b Calgary. which hag eliminated difficulty and ex- pense In crowing the border on a motor tour, has attracted a great deal of attention-and'is one of the greatest achievements Ontario Motor League, It Is not eo well known, however, that there has been established In Canada also van luter-prorlnclal license eichange, and that the On- tario license plates may bs displayed on a car, owueil in Ontario, when la In any other, province of the Do- minion. The period for which this privilege is.extended to visiting iBts .varies IroiuHUree months, iu tlie case of Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia, to.twenty days in Alberta. On the expiration of the period fixed by the law for the province the visltluc motorist la required to register his car II It is to be used there lime. for" any further length- ol He pay tho full annual car, removing the plates Issued to him In the province in which lie resides. Ontario-Alberta Lteenge While Ontario extends a three- month exemption to motorists from Quebec, for example, tlie exemption In the case of an Alberta motorist would bs oniy twenty days, because! the Motor Vehicles Act stipulates that iho privilege of exemption from re- gistration Is to be extended only so! far as a similar privilege Is accord- ed Ontario motorists In the province where' the motorist visiting Ontario resides. Reciprocity between Ontario and the other provinces of Canada, and reciprocity between the States of the United States Is mark- ed by one clear difference. A car entering Ontario.from the States is exempted from registration when used for touring purposes A PAGE thdridge tho travelling p motor tours at will >acific coast this summ hn gfttn ctosn to II. AM ENEMY OF MANKIND I SuMe FM U Dal With The unsuspected eacnr, irbieh, hold on the ,ktdnayg, saps them-of their strength and vital- ity, rendering them inactive aa'd aaabU to remove the poisons and waste sub- stances from the bloodj at el 7 be dealt with. All wio suffer from baekaclio, pains is -tlw sciatica, rhcumatian, con- stant headaches, conatipatiAn, that helpleM feeling of lassitude! stiff, swollen hands and ankltn, sorft muscles, jleeplC39nc5s, rioatinr specks fcefo're lie irritability, jhonld at once begin treating tho kidneys with Ola rills, Ithiirh are by far the most remedy for of vitarorgan. The first sign of piin in tie or aide is warning enough, .Do not delay, the kidneya and bladder get oat of order, most serious, and often fatal consequences arc likely to follow in quick sequence. Oet a box of Oln Pills foday, and correct tlie derangement before it is too At nil droggiiits or dealers, Money refunded If not sallied. Free tamplo on reqocat, Tie Bng Clwwltal Co. of Caacda, Limited, Toronto. U.IM Htitea Na-Dru-Co.j-Iiw, St., BiValo, N.Y. IF YOU K.xl'tKe'tirne'to note'SffirFequiproeot on autoniobiEa" M we do, 1920 IS A DUNLOP YEAR 5 The wcewUncy iHrt on our record, naturally talliec wWi road M Vecofd. You may not know where rubber cornea from, but after a purchase jWII won know Uiat "if into Dtmlop Tiro? _. L _Try "Traction'' or "kibbed." r.trie verdict on i tirefft That QuJity Nerer 2 That the Mileage Keepi Adding Up. i tte General SemceaUitjr M D" 'C'EADI N C. A R A G E S BE ATr1. R DUNLOP THgJMIVEME OVER-THE WORLD'S GREATEST RUBBER ORGANIZATION thmlop Tire Rubber .Goods Co., Limited rMOfoaml t TORONTO Ssnd a pomlnlon Etpress Money "Banff, Laka Louise Mid Watorlon! Order. They trs ;