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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE THE LETHHR1DGE DAILY HERALD SATUIUJAY, Al'lH.'ijT 7, f. I Exhaust f'' J With the Motorists lofSnnfh AlKerta 1 o Y- rr A i i rt fi 1 Wails By The Wayside By The Organizer rt, In tbese 'days of tbe automobile around the Iratls iu Ihnt hilly wilder whai is the use of fcaviug a provincej The trail we folltmeit uo lull OE Fcecerv If the road? would pick for ami fur between and of Ibe 01 wagon-H seemed [o he Ihe v.tirsi cap o! type? How can a province witb wire feuces, I resources IP noae ground, when rocks. ?0] Ic up with in Ihe and badger boles turns rfevelopujeiH ol thow resource? witb the major portion of ibis the of communtcatiOD eclire-f thoroughfare between towiis Ij imsmted to prcseat da> traffic-- Monitor. Jf such A thing wort possible, roads still of pioneer tyjje? After [is worst off lhan Provost. It preliminary ''ouce over' trip of a i ha.i. however, u live wire board of portion of the roads, u trip fraught' trade, who have been hustlitiR for tiu- with more and in proienienis, and succeeded in having 'hree weets.ilUn previously committee abort re (ered in three years, we find it difficult] ferred lo. accompanied by ibe Joittt to fceep wtlhifi the hounds of parlia-j member, look iheui and it reach .1 icflveiilent spot to set up DfcTHOlT CREDITS ITS bhbu. After foriy minutes at: n-n that would make a suui] IOO'A I tiKUN 1 H H) AL I like Oldttekt, we locytt-d tin- tmtr-iu Je Sum tier, where we p.n iu thf of day, giving in iniitjilLnn of Fully disguised j the garage sepher. With Mr. i Avon's kitit! we-succeeded iii A now from spring ami improvising u front rear spring 1'3U5- roud i rllt ol by ihp LO.IT ,j i out t'Xfriicmi: ami in piow. i-oM well vciiU-i. speal a restless; ophcr S o I'ltck ihf neii ;iii6rn0ou. ii a fOMsenLeuo? tht- UutlLy mir> of MaiUti: Stunuor aiui libations of yirifcpr tea peppermint, were einibted r. in production, two othars! Uirwigb stj-eaiu. and tbe queetion 1 atmosphere. As tnctlght (ilace, a total of ?96.970, iuhabl-'about to start and eighteen discussed whether the j ful. Ihe a gain of inori- thaa 131 per factories itirniuf: om trucks 't- course of an on the colton ID or- tlrea. Ttie moist air work? In the layers of fabric and them int.- sometime RYfm before the tires leave ibe i to re room. The baruitul Pttect of moist air U Ike cbiti r.eason whea tires vary- ection eent. Tbat tbe phenomenal tng sires tht laymen may in our nenlary jrst injorcFsions. Kntqring the province from Macs- lin, .eh rouie lo Provost, ive passed over a miles of fair road, which meiil was also promised. Broken .Spring iin prove- r. Deadma rsli. of tlie Pioneer ha? been rlue solely to the InQueucc' ol ihe autouiobile is and ihej figure? furniih elaborate testimonial' to the motor necessity in ihe life of the nation. For years i1! .Detroit's! of iht wleltied. ELECTIONS IN V1ENXA. July !t i election for a iiev.- settled National As- proveiuvnl. Is barm- be dark, ihe wnier is liariuful to: the tires. The same arises? PUTTING MEX 8OLOIBR6 when a car is uut in a Iteiwy ralu. v BACK "TO" PLOUGH A lares tire cc-QiDRO.v answer? the MEXICO quest km by mating thai the effect oil officers and. tho Mexican such a wetthig pnicticrlly nothfaR i Mrmy rtiired from military serrlno in at all. either, fpr or ire.! the first week of-July, according l.> "At any rate, tbe effect El Ucraldo. not The This withdrawal from tht> a League member, Kindly vol- f ttiueered to load us some leu or twelve shonly deteriuraled Into u prairie i miles aud put us on- the road tu winding, prass grown." Youusstown. After explicit insiruc- and full of bumps. as to general Oireciion and en- town Lhut boasts such au nuusually remarks to ibe effect that first hotel and garages second to i we cunld not miss U as all we had to none, is certainly deserving of better do waa follow the best looking trail, approaches. Tbe travelling salesman we set sail orer this other uncharted not many miles along rain and mud nvejmvo carrtetl' rain with us fot three years) made 5teiticr. where a welder at Jim Ben tidy's otli- i-ial garage successfully uperutcd or roulij he felt so strottpiy was in credible in the minds of most per- uodoubiedly knows' all about it and i wilderness. U puts np witb a lot oi. grief to get 16 I before we apparently ran out of roads it, but Andy sboufd'atiii houses; prairie'trails were again be a'mecca for tourists. That class the order of the Owy. Discretion call- of traffic, foHovrs the IIDBS of least lines Jo not lead lo I'rovosL There is now some as iu- slight hope ior better conditions, the morniug uf inir departure an speclton conimittee com posed of Min- ister McLean. Representative" Turgeon :ind several Jieadtiners in the Engi- neering Department, conveyed by a delegation of local pilots, looked over the roads in this section and promised improvement. Our ncit objective was Monitor. Piloted by tmtrie host Htitsoii, number in JJne being Mr: Wilson of. the Worktop (SasMjrclub, en route to Banff; .out-pt town. H .was particularly fortunate. Ibat we 'had a aa .without one we prob- ably would haVe b'een wandering ed for a gait, eipbt lo Biileen miles iiii hour. That did not save us from grief, however. After ihe brnken members. Sunday we started out for Keil Deer, south lo ulterii we were to p't-k As far as scenery goes this fifty miles is a beautiful drive, but it is ;i difficult matter to :ibsorb the beauties iLiirt It 'remained 'or tbe govern- nient census to RWA'S i realisation of the trit- out the non-pattisait pi'Dgram agreed upon at its troalinn suited in ccolinp :i the effect j fond of phrasing it. beneficial, but ar wealth !eyv and constiiutjonal quick dash through the water them to ajrehinu. on which came ibe ileaiUockhitlle effect on The healed air vcithin situation. De-hharresulted in the dowufaU of the) tbe tire, and tho tern- to! Ren'nor ministry, still occupy the lead: peraturo change in the lire after its i-Utnb'Hs a the influence of r ins place as issu'es- H was agreed up-1 bath is negligible, Offjcd during: the past fortnight. thc'autoniobUe am! inu-k onTthat'their consideration should con-1 Water itfelf apparently doe? no one day alona Krnpps. the. GerniaM and the allied mdiisirio-s but the'tintie ard an.effort be mafle to reach: barm .to tires, hut iho combination armament mm, tiled growth froni the -by Kortl; compromise that will permit of pass-jyf iur anil moisture commcnly I tions relrvting to; guns an-1 range opened his factory until was iJi sonic form, j known as humidity is very desinu--fimlers. BOOM IN PATENT'APPLICATIONS July- lo the Daily.Mail, there has been a boom in patent appik-at'oaa at tho Pa leu' of nature when both eyes to he glued to the road. More prairie traits, j corkscrew curves and hills. At Hcrt IJeer we struck the falgEiry-Kdmontoii trail arid Telt that our troubles were over, as inc road bad been drassiM', was in feood condition. Prom Dirte- bury 10 I'arstairs, whoever hart charge of the dragging operations forgot that way for about fourteen j for a ilrug lo do any it iep trail, we ran] be used Immediately after a rain- not after the ruts had dried After successfully navigating ill? n miles of Car-, fame to- snpf; OUR Into 2 young grange quarry, entirely i-oncealed by the SHIPS, in the sod tweemlhe wheel und centre ruts. Our front rear spring hanger got the worst of it, breaking off from tbe frame A series of humps, culleys and rocks shortly after put u frtini spring out of business and cracked tho frame. One hundred and twenty in the shade. a deep-rutted trail, and a personal in- spection" of the damage live hundreil thousand inoso.uitoes. concluded lhal was no place to oper- ate, so trusted to luck and the thing banging together until we could MAGRATH MOTORS SERVICE NIGHT AND DAY Let Us Supply Your Touring Necessities THE GARDEN CITY I -S f Dependable lilce good roads, al- ways pay for tli em- selves many times over. Partridge Tires have supreme hand-built dependability which makes them savers of dollars, time and inconvenience. They are quality from tread to the inside of the casing. rijges to within stairs we again ot the ruts wrenched olt a front in front or Vv'ea. j Shantz's house. He is a good scout. I and put iu the forenoon helping us 1 get under way. .Vot only (hat.-but lie nvltetl us lo breakfast and i regular Samaritan Mrs. Wcs. is some cook. We liid not .1: hing to tbo frt-sii ieiiui'e. ynil are j lue there again iii a couple of weeks when Ihe ileas arc ripe. I Road a Disgrace i From Carstairs there, was ao 1 sign of a drag, the road being all cut np with rula. and as hard as atsil simi-! lar to corrugated Iron. The road Ini-j1 :iediately approaching Calgary is ii i disgrace. A rKiiciuiam road with Hie slijivcd off is the nearest' To gumniarize our impressions: tiiere no liorlh roads in this There seems! lo be an attempt to lay out roails I east and west, lint outside of tho j trail, Ihcre hnpar- enlly .is no provision inaje ior inter- communication' north and "south. GRAY-CAMPBELL, Limited. General Dhlrrb'Jtors for Saskatshtwan and Head Offioc: Moose Branches: Calgary. Graham Motor C.F.GRIFFITHS MILK RIVER SERVICE GARAGE WARNER Chatham, Onl. ;