Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
Exhaust Uarage HEWS- Of Tl (he motorists LEtfibrldse do thoir duly ibis summer they hayp a 'busy gRxsoirahead ot them. posting all Hie roads in tits district find yrcpaTinu maps road informa- tion, they hnvo a vista of might 'accomplish opened out nefore IIieQi the Dorainfon parks Ffrvlce, Iliroiigli IX- Johnson, 'A'tio Is fn iha soutU country endeavoring to 'create n popular laicreV. 'Jii .'Southern :AlbcrU'G own'park. 'ton Lakes It is .1 well Known tact that Water: t- ton Lakes [-ark is iibt'app'reclatflrf bV ;ilie Alberta (or ibc simple i casern that noi uue-hili or br.u or tliem have ever V? ItfJ this beauty spot. It is ihc "of the ttatuIiLfon narks, but, II Trfissofscs -really wonderful scenery, the of flailing aud fine The raiin drawbacks arc that tin roads have never beJit'liv ebapa to ntakc It easily tho consequent, lack ol patrouagc has militated against the provision or high chsg hotel ncco Qi modal Ion. .However, tho first or theso difficul- ties Is betug overcome this year, nnil ilje loa'd department of iLe provincial goreihmerjt assures us that (lie park will bo easily rcarhcd ihls year, eUlier ot Cardsloii, Macleotl or 1'ln- cher Creek. Now that motor cara lwve'-become so generally owneJ, all thai IE' needed la to eft people into tho habit or Walerton U park ami It-will nol be lous before hotel 'arcomniortallon Is provided whJeh' ivl 11 rlrfl) Ihe famous chalets of tho tilapler park, lying across the bouildaiy from Watertoii Lakes. The Hsralil has it from Mr. John that Ihe oflielals lii charge ol U'aitrton' Lakes park ore only loo an ilbua to attract Southern AlberUus lp Uieli- own beauty spot. They have been busy opening up roads and traits points ot special Interest and ylsilors Mill be shown every at AUTO MERGER 15 REPORTED '24-bour slde- has Eputliern o'n' Ihe wiLh an Indian sidecar. Dda; Jolins Ibo trick on tbe first tfial an'd carried Ralph Sullivan, a Los "Angeles boy, as pas- The record ride was o'clock, p.m., >larch 1, the Los Acgeles slore of "ite Paclfie .Motor j Supply Co.. CaJiiDTnia dislribuLorSjOE Indian 'blcyclei: u: 'A liallhoiir'berore the-21 tours Don Johns and his passenger Sulliran orrlvcd at the Los Angelps and caHeU it a day. He bad ridden' the last 125-miles wlllrin the.speed limit'on accouqL of IraBic "on Ifc. lo "avoid troubli with .the Speed, cops who were oil guard all exceed, Chcvrofet and General Motors Com- .to, .Urilte.-.Says pumor.' (rom arfr th .merger !ar cotppaTij''and'thc' Gcnerfi.1 iiotor; IbrporqUon -to te copsuhi lacking, but (hi ecenf'irasinj of nniksn'.railroAd .ther accounts of motoring accidents o crbVsinjg 3 of almoat dal The story fs practical: ajway's the the occupants kil ei'.'nr serlouely. injured because th driver, the motpri5t-.ivQuW min IrareMrng fiO miles ah hou is moving. 'atgut.Mj 'a.-, se onfl.'-'and that 'TCl'll :iakck him "to 'croaa- train :will cily hloclu, -he: would .not be' so quic car oyer- ahead- Bul-th mbloriat "doTlhls. He Is, id cclved; by v't te "speed the which doei not seem to be'eomin Terj-VfaEl alter sels.ln trouble.'tAnd'th6 remarkable that, these .ffrUqwjj- who get" liqrt-'se dom'. have, any real-reason to he in AUTO SALESMEN ourceyfiJ [orlli lo LJJ car, i odern rftr wdh seals nud wheels; 1 eat where autft salesmen are and to Ihe divers And 11 Is why you see me nov, here In y lidded cell alone, a cold wet rag pon my brow, ruy riaion shfliv on 3 throne. 1 jaw leu Uiousaud In vuy uest, ten thoupaud cars, froni last lo rst; unu pier) C.IT Vfks qutle Ihe est, BUI) overy otbcr one the wonsl. you behold ten Ihousnnd cars. o[ hlch each tuuiurll le tbo beit, your otellecl receives such Jars as pronjp y knot-V II galley I( you be- ulJ ten thouuml boats, and but no or (lien: the. though you iay bate Uii thousand goata, yo >ie them all, the last ono The rent-, talked (bree weete lo me, all Lode oi Tacts dlil ihey "advance; they uuld uqt chop a cherry Ircc man ould sea that. 'at a. glauce. They d 10 me by Jay and night, each gent his sweet song; the car e handled was just right, aud all the Jocreajo Ih6 jirospcrUy ot, tho In- dividual niul you incrcaae r iha perlty of tlio nation. fnfluiMicei thus DID Ford Canadian J.owtirUH up- holding nud upl'ulMltig tho prosperity ol tho Doiiilnloii In times' an Intluence Is lulenaejy yahiftbliJ forms a story of roj) hunun fntcrpsL This atory h evenla: ATI I founded 6w threci "V In of 1 .The reduction o[ working honpi from nine to a. The addition of 000; men "lo the pay roll since war began.-. In ihtv spring of 1915, "Canadian niauuracturlUR lutercals were In cases being guided by a uollcy gf re- Irenchniont rather than ol 'expansion. It was a time caution ihc better part of valor.. f_ The Ford -Canadian cxccullvca. lo look ujieu tho worker in Ihe The (uer- Corker waa ni unco n fSS a month rftlao. Is Umt thU InCreasG lstrlljulo.] HIUODK tho 3JQO mi Kofd' (mijiloyQa mnuuittg tu about a mouth. And bear In mind ihat thetr previous rnto of pay warf corialdered good. Hclpi All Along the Line So, Uy April 16, 1010, tho Kurd yt'af.' inrai'iv ilviMi JU PinuluycM lit iDcrcai'iul for OLIV Pf itiy, ImlMJuul with A von- It I Koance.' 9f from .whom eniiilt-jt'p II lurreasas Ihu ol "Iho wholesaler froiu whom Ihe. infrrbaiUii tij) ami BU on duvi'u UiO in a n 1 1 Uic JoUVtTt Hi? lu il imrta uf "CtMimlu. fcNflru In U. Ami d I llir iidluml coutfo Of ovcnls DID iLtiloti Lriiefiiq Hil0 dlilrllutluLi yf l K. f'AM'rdlj, wtto.'laM 'coma ol tMnioLiton'a nml direct pavement li 1906, dkHl lii.KilniohliDi ftftcr n h IliiiCFd. Llo waa'cy yiurfl old. Iher cars were wrung So hi my situation ivlth morn optimism.' At added cell 1 atnuil. flllert up consider I ne jml- .lod-reEtorlng drugs, and with a sltp tr In my hctudp I 'swat the reaches nd the CANAOIAN FARMERS' MANY. CARS. Uelng the wheat quql'alloDi as a a ro me tor, the 'motor car manufac- sell niachines to the rs of Canada Hud the tvt- opk moiit griilfyios Inasmuch aa the of Ihe motor much Iscussed-rplnl o[ saliifalion begins d 'recede 'farther Into Ihe ruturo.' Canada's' war crop 'ol wheat IB etdtaj; handsome rrolits to her fur- mere, which i. leads. an 'official at the irtnd Trunk Railway, to -measure roaporUv In terms ot motor cars woed, and care bought 'this year. "Fanne're we exceedingly prospar- he stales, their purchaa- pg power wia never great. Per- a a fltrihlufi illustration of thl3 act, la approxtcaately uore than ID any other', year has been :ip ended by the rural population the purchase ot moiqr cars. .In (act, he molor car seema to have become a farm end even J[ we Ii posed Ip consider U an It certainly adds1 to the joy of g in the agricuHural districts of Motor Age! vagca for their employes. They "uaw uoreasoLi'vvhy they should'stop the vhecls of ]trosrc3a on account of the war, so In April, 1915, the now Kord andard o[ wages wna adopted. Here was a war lltue Increase .ot rom 15 lo 60 per ceol. -for- eyery DISBROW RETURNS TO RACING Into" a higher standard'of lets Conient of Bride to Speed Game ---Loula-Diatirow Is-lo ray afjer liaij pntllc that he with iht sport, lo a ho made lo his at lujr-rcqncst tn she r.'nsebWJ.lp he M IT... has succeeded in gel- lo reverse'herself on the pfoposHiou, and hc.willapeaT In yar- Ipus parle of the country for 10 weefci next summer" pcder the managemeat bt'Friedman brothers, .j At all the ht enters ivlEbrbv will drlre thc'-pSsbrbw "Spe- manufactored by'ihe Cleveland company of which he is president, mi- brow claims for this It is the fastest slopk aulomobne ,in_tha Trorld. ont.bf that 85 miles an hour is "loafing" for this speed de- mon. .v-''''-. Balanced Greatness I Bis Fouii RatJtftr J ZMt Sutci JfjJa Fdbr TVjajHi faw Oajf frirr. Bit Jjl eoaitJ lea late la Kntil aJtfriinfstnli M tiffulaifci The Overland. Big ilic car'lhat tuilt Overland. This car for. has un- dcrgpiie 'steady development aiid refinement with the help and advice of an army of owners which how totals over three hundred thousand. TheimpriKedcrlt'cd accumulated experience-.in- building this type of car has taught 113 true balance as nothing else could value of right th'e true gasoline and oil cmnorriyrrthe uttnost attain- that truly express rQlinciricnt and beauty. i i The price is SI 100 until May 1st Tiic Light Six is the with changes conforming to approved con- struclion and is likewise-an excess value car at the' price, until May afterSH35. These cars represent'a snfe pur- chase nt a very considerable saving on a basis of corn- para live values! able iiding the lines Our April deliveries arc limited.' Williamson Co. v H Phone 1546 'v 320 9th St. South, Uthhridge, Albert. .Willys-Oycrlnnd, Limited Woil-j, Writ Toronlo, Childifieii must be ifedl They need Send your name and your money to BELGIAN RELIEF FUND ST. PETER STBEET, MONTkEAL, Canadian Motorists have Decided whicreis it PsBest to You'knovv how motorists shrewdly try out tires' offered before they', v' decide on airiy one. They have been doing -this 'alVqyer Canada, each making his pwp tests in his ovm way and the great majority of -them are settling down content to rid secure pti DOminion .Jires. Their choice is -based on the one unanswerable of When.-a dealer offers you Dominion Tires 4t prices'in line with those listed below, you'may be sure tie is not asking nor making more thah'a fair profit. You may be .equally sure, too, that you are getting absolutely better value for your money any other tire on the market will'give. DOMINION TIRES; AND iTUBES 30 x '31 35 x i 36 x 37 x 5- S16.90 28.35 .28.95 31.60 43.20 44.20 51.00 32.65 33.30 36.35 50.85 58.65 Each 7-32.6S 33.30 36.35' .'58.65 S23.65 40.55 44.25- 60.50 '61.90 71.40 5.50. 5.75. 6.20 800 9.55 The largest Manufacturer of Rubber Goodj in the Bntisli Empire stands behind Dominion Tirei. Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co. Limited BEAD OFFIC.E MONTREAL 28 BRANCHES THROyGHQUt.