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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta tllK' l.RntWVIWl'' IXMUY Al'lW.'JUiOi? Exhaust Echoes Garage Goss i i-f .T f 1 I NEWS OF THE1 AUTO WORLD {of South Albertu. I ID BE 1BUIO TUe succfsa o( an aytomobila depen-ls the varkt? and novelty of Its CTcnts and whL-h briDg ibe1 of the Qrganimiou. U U the togcilicr acd talking it over, and Iho good llnio spent la social Intercourse on Ions iiucresHng launls that puls ginger Into tSa cluu. Last year Ihe Amcrlean'clvic league got together tlie auto clubs of Chi- cago, anJ Ihe acJ western states, and organized ihem into a large lourins party visit aa-J motor Ihroust the Slates Nal- ional Parks, .Rocty Part. Yellowstone Crater and Grand Can- yon, the Ktole tour lakins up iorly-five daj-a. tte good fellowship'that would derelop on a (our such 05 (his, and (ha enjoyment .which these people would Bel in tour- ing in ILelr own cars through their own National Parts. .Why cannot we, tlfo people of this province, ihe great aulomoiilo purchasing centre otCan- Hdn now, organize such'a park tour, and visit and motor ofer miles of beautiful roads that arc now fit for automohUe traffic in1 Rbcfcy Mountains Park, Banff. Why not Lare an Automobile Part weefr, and all the clues IQ the province send as many of iU cars and members on to-jr lo (be XaiionaJ Part at Banff .as posslhle. r Tnere, a convention. o( all the cluhs of the province could be1 held, and a auto clubs in this province, which would, net only further the interests of-all] clubs, but would bring abont person-1 al friendship and good Such a tour bringing together the clubs of the province in surroundings such as .Banff" offers, wouM demon- strate the union anrt strength of the clahs and would .further, [he- sood raads movement more rapidly. Mol- pnv 'uo 5HI JO O'JO ill ihe cTubs vvoitM demoiistnle Ihi of wsJs beiiis bunt to Ihe eonfines of the other nat- ional Good roidj are Mug built hi all the N'aituual Parts by llie FarX Cotumis these roads are cirsllont ruolor roarls, and extend through thai throw the molar lours In tbe Ameri- can Parks In Ihe Yel- lowstone has only 150 miles of motor roads. Banff Park has 100 miles of firsl cla'is motor roads mid wUrTtbo complfrlion" of the nuloiial highway through tho by the Park au a motor trip second (o cone in the world will be possible. There are noir over 50 miles ot tho national highway inolor read in BanK tl- self ready for the With the oiber motor roads built In the pars iu all tbc ID- li IK 111 (iv HI to Bud s lo ill jco parV aultnirtUts urtf UR tUefr vvirt In tulldlus vurkc. II uji to tba AUIO cluU ot ihe to llial Js.ard built to Ihfi ut tbi1 ks that vltl Ihe 4U- Cceut 'of ihe it outers aaJ glories of nilure's fdtrylanJ, our tfwn nslliMi- Mlss Minnie Tully, nu English girl jDiorcyelo enthusiast, writing In Mo- tor Cycliup ot London, gives soiuu In- teresting views of American ruotor- rycic-3. She saj-s: "My nniblllon plurc iiulle a 'flapper' has always been Iho bo a ar.d ever since my first riile, some five or six years ago, I liavo thirsted Tor the lalesl and most up-lodate 'bus' cu the market. "The machine which served lo leach To. bare tiUtflbutors for Iho Kord irnctor. llo- ifntly ihoy rceelvi'd ihtlf first inly uieni nud Lboy tiavo an now busy iloiuonstnaihip tr.itions alrendy Tho new lutxlol KorO traclor built on tho iloulila from wheel drlvo iloslgn and U mmle tho Kurd Tnu1 wr Co., ThcT motor a Iwu-cyllndcr, four cyi'lo OPIJO ivpo of ell-head H has a semi-auto nxlhiur IB nllo pleastiJs ilepnrturo In .li Knrniors throughout Llic soulh are uying more Jlght I rat-ton thEs tear ban ever bcfore.l The email cosl li jpariioti to larger Is pleasing them HiiJ they promise lo coluc nio use. .mo IQ ride was a liorsepOH-or ac and Ihrown open for aulo traffic theroj cumulator Minerva, 1904, wltb, the us- aro really orer 100 miles of good autojual cracked oshaual valve seal, and roads in this one pirk atone. With [an accumulator vhich caused many a tho completion of the branch line run- nJag up lo the beauillul Lake this summer, scenery unrivalled in beauty will be opened up to the aulo- 1st. Beautiful Lake Louise, with the regal Victoria Glacier, the Lake road running through ihe won- ders of Paradise Valley, with its snow- capped peaks towering high above the road, and the Valley o( the Ten Peaks, and Moraine Luke will reward the aulolsl at the end of the road with B scene that will make him wonder nt tho magic wordings of old Mother Nature. By all means let the auto clubs ot the province get together. Let organize n park tour, taking In the wonders ot our own national play- grounds or. parks. This (our ia not only Feasible, bul Is good sound It-would du more lo help along the The "Groundwork" ol _ Health, Comfort C" pavements sioppypis-r-'a good'pair of rubbers. The sure guide to a good pair of guar- antee of protection arid" one of these Trade-Marks: r "JACQEES CAimEB" "GfiAHBY" r "MAPLE LEAF" Canadian Consolidated Co. Limited Largest ol Rubber Goods ia the British Empire EXECUTIVE OFFICES MONTREAL, P.O. SEVEN LARGE, UP-TO-DATE MANUFACTURING PLANTS (tf CANADA U "SEBVICt" BRANCHES AMD WAHEHQUSES THROUGHOUT CANADA naughty word! The only way to vary one's speed vas to wrangle tho spark control. Some weeks after 1 had got mill or tired of tryiug (o make a de- cent machine out of this old jigsaw uzzle I borrowed a new 2-harsepower ioibor This" was ft [Ettlc machine, and I had many ood runs on a relief niter itery troubles. The arrival of the Indian In Eos1 and was then an accomplished fact, nd everyone remeber how it caught'on; ID fact, the 'Blue Streak1 was PO Inrltlng that my next machine a and a boautlful us into tlie bargain. U knocked spois it many otucr ma chines on the Folkestone road'and was very fast on Ills. "Whalcver has been said.lo the dts redil o; Yankee can' also le EH Id ot ruauy an mount The Yankee has weird anrt wonderfu ileas'of frame design and huge, en bat Jie nearly always has a ;ood, sound .reason for his apparenlb "I have-ridden neavly. Brftish machine ;on the- rharkcl, from .wb-strokes lo lO-hor'aeppwe'r-o. n. v .mns, and. can honestly' siiy thal'.lh DriLich mauufacturer'-'.has.. many' n hlng the American ef id'tliB mailer of engin design .and'.in Eirame' desisn. '_ Thor are" pome American "liio- "lorcycles represented in the United Kingdom lo'day, aiid I'iiaTe hid a. spe- cimjen of each at'different Indian, llarley.Dnvidsoh. Henderson, Amer-l ican Excelsior, etc., eb ih'at my exper-l ience.of Ihe'prtHlucls of both sides ot (he 'Herring ,Pond' has been fairly, IhY weight. ulslrlbulLon Is out "and the" saddle, handle-bars and foothoards are Irj'Jha right I have found thai ib'cre is no machine so completely Insulated From luiconiforL as "tlie rigid-framed American tixcelsior. m'arhice Is :laUon to ride; you can 'bjind' Mile End Road on grease and slime, and you-will not tecl a bump or lave any tenilency to skid. "My work or i long lime inlo this district, so I can speak from experi- ence, and agree-that he roa'ds-'arc the.unJioly IlniiL rouud Stratford and in Essex. j "My good old''X' w'as a dream for control; the clutch and throttle being worked from Ihe left'and right grips, respectively, and I loved lo crawl along.hehind-tlie with the en gine imitating a well-regulated watch, and, when the opportunity occurred feel It accelerate like poor Percy Lambert's famous TalboL There is on ly one other machine which cornea up Henderson I do not believe a single British machine can touch it cicepi, Luc, Norton and machines with M. A. G. engines, Ihe S-horscpower Sunbeam for 'prefer- ence.1" ANCHORjpjDNALDSON GLASGOW TO PORTLMJp.rlE. GLASGOW ra ST. JOHN.Hl'l mura MPEHUL MUNITIONS UOAflD PURCHASES W STUDEOAKEHS Attar Aiul uicui HtUl ti- RUilusUvU million ot be AvUllou Mcioirlineul ul Iho lui- il Muultloug lUxirU, an urJrr ha tuciU at rump llorvlen I TaruMo lloajfjuarlcrs. To meet the TCqujrempiiU of a branch of the army s LTV Ice, It )lj- lliat D motor car iesscd n[ unusual stamina auil Lly lu wllhslatiil ilio severe pun- Inevitable) on Iho road a uf Canada, or OYOnfcna. First of all tlio CRT must lnvo the reserve IIOVVVF lu inccL all ouicrgcucIpE, ycl bp perfect- ly bilanceiTniuJ light of Then coiner the of Its ability to so wherever U la need- ed, and at auy sliced. These UilaRB were .considered carefully by the Aviation Doiinrtnlorit In the purchase ol tho thirty-two curs for iliclr brantfi of the service. Kxhtiustlve testa uml Irlals proved (he Slutlebakcr capable of maro tlmn meeting nil tho requirements ol military service. The experience of oilier departments of Ilio govcrnnicnl operating Sluacbakcr cars, gives am- ple evidence Dial Ilio Jlcel of Studc- bakcrs just iiurcltnsed by tho A via lion Department, will and gh'o satisfactory ecrvlco umlor all conditions of roada and weather. Another very strong reason for Ihe purchase of so many studclmfcer cars the Imperial Munitions Hoard, was Lke Idea of standardizing their equip- ment 50 that only n mere traction of the repair parts would have to be carried. The Best is Cheapest in the Long Run WlIliN you finally sclctl your new 'nllU' inalo ol'tliulcnr will ilcpcmi upon Uic comfort you ycl oul of it. As far iis llic aclual [iricc ol is'conccnicil, oiic way or (lie otlivr ni.ilics lilllc difference (o you rniancially, piy loss Ilinn Slis'.k'.'shcr prices (or your car nienn a sacrifice of safety ami a consLii'iit source of expense nml endless (rouble. Experience lias built pcrfcclioirinto (lie Studebakcr. Studebakcr lias -spent' four years -in rcfiniiip, improving ami pcrfccling lliis oiic basic llic righl, clcvcloping (lie right manufacturing orgnuizn- lion-., r s If it'were niccliankally possible to produce a onr Iliat would give llic'iuaxiimim'of comfort anil satisfaction for any less than Studebakcr better equipped to do it than any oilier maker. The beauty of a Studebakcr goes hcncalli its bcanlifnl, paint and'vaniisli work, bcncalli its conservative, dignl-'- Tied its luxuriously soft upholstery. The beauty that makes the Stndcbaker a. joy beauty of quality lliat gives durability, lliat gives uninterrupted usage, that makes your car as good at miles as it was at "Made in Canada." 40H.P. 50n.P.six........................ less V, O. B. Walkcrvillc The Studebaker Garage 322 Sixth Slreel, Opposite Herald. J. T. Graham, Prop. Lethbrldgt, -Albsrta HUPERT. FLOATED Vancourer, li. C., April O. T. ;P. liner Prince.Rupert, which ran ashore on Gean Island, March 23, was floated shortly after midnight and today Is !n the harbor ol Frlpca Rup- ert. Tlie liner will-be placej in dry dOCk. Don't forget Arbor April 27tb. Friday A every Davis cigar sold to a guaranteed to be in prime condition as to curing and maturing. Try-aV 3-for-2Sc. shapes: "Club House" and -V'lt; y' L 18. i the little line that beat all Big Twins 16 the top of Peak with only twelve minutes-start. FOR AT 511, 6th ST. S. MORT PRIEST, '-Agent Three secohcl-hand Fords At and 1917 Ford at "V; One CadiUac at Oiie Rep Truck BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLM AN, Mgr .B OsA CHEVROLET MOTOR 'COMPANV OF CANADA. L'miirf CANADA Western Scrvlco1 and Sask. BAMIM MOTOR CO. MtilysftG. CHEVROLET A i'-' to .people of permits ownership modeieie means. ;