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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta it  PAaF FOTTRTVT.N -,^-,.........,��,- , l.,,.,,,..^^^,...l. , IT \l ;lcd Ai?cv.s rh>!-?s to Become Dry iiiid Hard 1 PREOICIS SME New Enclosed Auto To -Run Forty Miles Per Gallon During a recetit dispiission on thp future of motoring- ami motorbuildius a correspondent, of Tlie London Tim(?s well versed in the subject reniarlcs: "The car needed for 1921 iri rt'.iily a new type, though its dobnt has bO'"u heralded by a tew piotnois The ty;ic is the light chassis wiili a I'our-i'vlj:-der water-cooled ciigiiie. and ntt\! �with a four-seated uU-v.-eatiKT bod\. This is tl;p sin:;:! f:::-. 1>- ciw of (be t'lKuro. !; I'.ir! i;s !:!;i-'':it:n!i.'!-rtrui oiic cr t'.vn . '^v n;> r'.c:,iu\':cli';il''n' � -but it. Is i;i i'l!; direction tlial puna, bir motoring 1^ ^ Snc'i a r.i.ilov siiouid iii'cr.'.iA'O i".'...'.'. .: ' e' mil pi^- nailon fiioi '.'i ..> ', ni.i-s i)i'r :;;illon c:: I^i'ni',,:.: i\-,ir-i\ ; -.vaier, if any is nccriod at tliat time. I "^'bnr baMcry carwuil no fillcj wiih i waller and tl'e;i bp ix^ci ' c! U\ ;ravel > �v.^ f- i!:dcn':If:'i--- t!!! -y d'-op ' ,�;ono. it Diuat li? iiept 111;-d aii'ivc. EASY TO DHiLL HOLES IN WINDSHIELD Car owners who want to drill holes in plate glass v.'ill linvc littls dirticulty In doing so if they proceed as follows: ^ Grind the points from one cor' nor of a small vhrec-r.o; ncrcd file on the bias from tlic yJier, Tlace Ibis in a bit .^iich n: ij liccd In hard wood. Plncn :Sic fiiaf'S to be bored on a smooth slii r,.ce covered with a blanket or Eimilar material. Begin to bore the hole exactly as if the substance were wood. VVhen a slight hole has been made surround this with pa^.y and till the dam thus craalcd witli turpentine to prevent heading. Do not press too hard on the drill in boring. 'r?AT.D jtuii �iUj,itiu.ii...u�.,(-jj-;.L>tiMi'VJ!i�.j.'t'iei'.i'iei'.ii'ip''a Chief of Staff Tours West A iM of chp i;iHt-s to allow for. Hules M;\de By Nails Usually GOOD NEWS FOR PRAIRIE FOLK The Editor of "THK TRAVEt,-LKIV ha.s a list of over lOOf! rooms available at mo.=-t rea'^onald � rates: in excellont hotels and a:)ari-ment;; in \'ancouvcr and Victoria. Splendid rooms $1 a day uj) or spet'ial monthly rates, al: o inclusive board rales if desired. Sfa.se cdasK hotel required and numl)er family. Write today enclosin;; statues lOe for full, acfurato information and large paclvet Hoe superb booklets. Office -THE TRAVELLER." Suite 27, Imperial Block, Vancouver. ;]8.050 AUTOaVIOBILES LICENSED in alberta durd;g this season EPMOKTtvX. n.?c. 1.-The :\\\lo-o-bile iicen.sln.c d ^-arliaiUt nf t:;.' !,�._>� viifce is Uneilicr of lue i;o .i r!i:a^iit.:! lir.'.nches which has been scttiiis uij old records an i luiocKin;- invia down ai the year now (irawini; !u an a'r poirf, I'l" i-c'd . 'lUloii win ovc.-u.\.- atui eat a.v.ay 'lie v.'o.:d (.'asc cad injure any pan of t !c car with wiiicii it conies in eoat'.ct. li" tile spcillic pravi'y of tiio a >ln-tiou becomes !e."3 and less, yon jaay li.^ lie, -ivcd into believins that th.e ac'd t;a f'/apara :cd. V.'iui r r ,'a ': � a-lU'!!:, ia tals; -\a tlio battery d'scliar;'.-?, the a.; I,! in the solution is abaorli d liy Injure Bolh Sides of Tube Never try to stick on an air tube iint> ha\in.3 lirat cleaned away the horse wranglbi' was now having some! Sam McOoU'a got ti tiew pair ot rocW trouble, as hia charge cavorLod lall over the place, lihtt ho turnecT' to give asslslnnoe, Ab he ditl so, ho noted for tho first time the other car, "Hello, lately." "Hut they're from Sdbtland,' Bald the other. "That's ti fact, 1 mils tell ,^atn to take the tIcli;fetB off," sale the colonel. "Well, I must help th� Bill," said the other Inan, "how do youj boy to get the horaea up, or I'll be hert like It." '"Mello, What are you do- till next .'Saturday, and then they'll J�K here?" said the man of southern | got the fire brlgtvde out. It I'd had niy aspect, as ha came forward, "Sunie as ; goldheaded cauo with me, I'd have you, 1 guess," fiatd tho other, "trying' got through all right. Bo, long." And to pot away from Brooks. Better go i ho hftnded back to Brooks. Btit In back |o the town?" "What do I want | didn't go into the town, and a mya-to po to nrooke for?" was the reply, | lorlous mofisago from Cdlgary thtit "we've got irrigfttlon at Tabor, and | night, bade the wrangler wait for we can get anything else if the police i heavier ice or a bridge, and the bronk will let us alones This hor(3 country's i tribe haven't made a getaway from getting too aristocratic anyway, what with Scotch dhkoa, and Italian counts, and solorefes and hospital dances, and nit those things. Don't you know that's why the I>rinco went to High lUver for a ranch Instead of Brooks, he had enough of the Scotch at home. T!i.tt's one scnr^lhlG boy, I toll you,. }ie wouldn't trust his Dartmoors and: Hereforda near such a place. Though why he got so close to Okofoks, beats me, but thoy sdy heaven's not so far , , , . ,. .,, I from its opposite. I wiinted to get For the purpose of inspecting mill-1 , _____ ---- Brooks yet, either. Tho height of some men's aiilbltlon ia to pull other men doWii. tary cstnbllshnienls in Western Canada, Major (Icneral J. A. 'MacHrion, chief of the general staff at Ottawa, is this week commencing a tour of western provinces. thin sheet ot ice covered the waters of fbr Bow, and this is hard 6n the best of rubber. Climbing out, he stood beside tho car, still gazing these days the Prince wlirbe" com" j ing down to Taber, himself." "That'll southward. at-de ra'lw.iy). by ihe sou.ul of a motor rap- l.JC pii c.niil I to Auto an Kasy to learn by our sinip'o methods and competent instructors. Big pav when yon graduate. Many good paying jobs waiting lor you.  ^Ve will give yon the most thorough course in Auto and Tractor Repairing. Battery, ^'ulcani?ing. Weldijig. etc. Money back at en:iition. l! is lor tl'.is reason yon should never use anything lc,K distilled w.a;cr. � \i It u W i�d French cl'.alk. S.iiulpapor is tb.i' litat to use tor tills nar;a)-p. a? it le-ve.- a rou.-rh-ei a al surface vvhieii r.r'a'''y a.= s'.Ets tho VaT. U to hold, t^,ali-wi aad tl'e head ot . , a i rimstone match are a!su handy and idly appro.acliing. Tho souiul v,';is ac-' eiVe. tivo. If a pa:iatr,re ,K'. ur.s close comjianied by a clatter of lioraeboofs, to ihe ed.^o of a iiteii the latter iaia.i down the ravine bolted n car, in-sb.oiUd be rem.oved wi'*! petrol or ben-: habited by a man heavily muffled, and la a or it shonlil b> '. I'aacd in thick-; lockia.g for all tb.o world like a re-ncss with saiuipapc- bi una-- a new one tired southern colonel still strong for is aiplied larcre eiar.igli to cover tho, the Confederacy, Behind him came o'd one as vt-ell, j a bunch of horses chapornued by a \\'l\en a luail pu"'taa-"3 a tire and ; niortlesoine cowboy, strus.^ling to remains in Jhe co.er. i' will usually' roaiMl the bunch into the rivorbottom. be i'ound tn huv � lais 'a! through Cio , The occupant of the car was striving lulie aud punctnr'a; i e opposite sid'V to keep aa eye on the restive equines as V all. This shoipi aa.vaya be looked , alao. and us he turned to inspect the for. The locat'on la a inuature can' caaalcadc of eigh;pen head, more 6r oflen bo found by ra' a-;,' I'le linger i ip:-:'�, his hand struck the 'gas lever, :o".ad inside tin; deaiea-i oo\aa- to so(.v and with a roar like the crack of if cr.ything is pro'c ' a a '(1 then i'ct-I doom, the machine sprang forvaard ing ihe corret-pur.dl. iu..li'.o!i on the und stuck in tb.e ice, breaking through air tube. into the cold flood of the Bow. Be- -, ijj---- _____---:- - in,y evidently a horseman, his lirst I thought was of his rimav,-ay driacr.-a and as the car landeil, the vraclvs of the Bow rang witii the sound of tbo word, "Wlion," d-:'livered with a vol-, ume that had often cast a Sfitdl over 1 admiring crov.-d.s But like all else that I goes to Brooks, ilie machine, though it jf I came to a standstill at once, could ..g I not .get away, and again :he valley , jrvi-!'"ans with wild anathemas pitched in ,,' , , , aiany a' ^- "'fioroiis tone of voice. The colonel '">k- are stair-� '^^�^^ forced to descen.d, and porhaiis fl,n.H.'s stuff down to tho exhibition, but they wouldn't stand for It, It's too near Purple Springs." "But he sent 'em to Calgary," said the oth'er man. "Yea, but that's because Neil Mcltellar was sending his chickens there, and ns .he generally cops off a few firsts. 1 guess ll.R.II, thought he would find out where the birds came from thoy were making such a no'se about. One As be stood- thus, his attention was bo about the time they get the new aractcd to the roailway, (which wan-; combination rink," "Oh, 1 don't know,' erial down a ravine like an ivliu"' i A jumping tooth or earache quickly relieved by the use of BAUME BENGUE It soothu pain. sBEWAHE OF SUBSTITUTES $1.00 a tube. THEUEMINQ J^llES CO., LTD. t/IONTRdlAL Agents for Dr. Julna BengaS RELIEVES PAIN IAN P HAVE CHOICE OF TWO SPLENDID TRAINS VIA "THE NORTH BANK ROAD" GETTING AV:^^Y FROrvI BROOKS A wonderful trip along the Sn.=i!;e and Columbia through the heart of the t'iiscado Mountaiu.s. rivers, and I By Our TabPr t'a-ae a.ioralent.l Trie Bow river ia a ;rr!ai; rl a-slarts av,-ay lav k, aad ;!ier. ;a)aieB i down some. It i.' I' (ration systems ii,ar tMrst\- farm, and i'.-. cd by ileop vaviaes sbrl-ar for a,;;l . Siiu-aled on the l: a,\ as f'alsairy has ba li and tlie 1 'ow to ( aa.i: b avr- !t out It 't ':a fine a' boo; laaaer-.. is Calg.iry. but :; IS a aanaay tho :;or of !i:s statements had their m2i I^^'a^v. Gets Abo; Inlerests Fifty For :-t�Sf!3SW!'T-S"ia5rta-:a.;T:i' Spend Your Xmas Holidays in Vancouver A gift eve'''y member oii,uOO carriagca a year. In It'O." V.a organ;-'d the- Buick laa" 'i'a: i;o ^!c^or �aail What could be more invitin;^,' than the plcasui';.;s taf the Christmas -sea.son in the mild Vv'inter climwite of the Pacilic C(ta.^-t-where outdoor life is possible with comfort pi'.actically- every day-Vvdiera you g-et tlie invig-oratin!:^ salt air from the ocean-see mountain grandeur on every hand. Ma'oring over beautitn! seenie drives--tliroaah the fanidua StanI.� l'arl;-lo t'a;-world tamed I'liidiano I'aii-'^ n - to many olli.ir beaut;.' sjiota --someti! ina ni a,- and int-iv-tina every day of your stay. (loU'in.'V, Hniitin;r, - many taher foria'' 'al outdoor reciaaation a.rid s.aori all thr..a"'i liie Winter. Hundreds of fm^iilies from all parts of the Noyihioest will ba in Vancouver this Xmas--Cine and meet them here. An ale accoiiimodntion at isonable ;:' �. in fir ; �! h(.t� Is. with c- w,:>. � ' lo'.^;  e-.-i - .  year service � i:.i>- > oa ;, Ihe laty. w-tiTtr fc:: ocn' iLtur^Tn iT'^'i) fo:. ER TEL.LIf!0 A. . i-~iO'J V THC f-'P-TH'. . TALK IT OVCR vViVH YOUR F/-.'. :LV. ra -v a-d ;'d CI" Hea-- In TaiO li" ic' tb- t la' ()��'. ,!. .1. Ha-da.'). IV ' �. ' . .".'o-i'r'-: ci;r-adia^"d Mie Old-niob'li.' ct-'-^'n a.s arollaig in- r* i? e,'i"a.'/ )i( ,a. n priaai- i!"r;ui; confroU-ars and 'd  aavaiiy waa' .'�in red .'.lal- al with, wi; vriU  ba\e ani:;;en" -y playors, \.-\\ It iais iaw coal aad what a.d is a lown a;  'ra ni" the �^ar. M It hasn't cij;il? "r baa roi'l. bai- ;t 'aaa no .aa~ eoiii-y. boi aii.'-e it ?: ,s no ;-as. and also �a rant railw: - aiiiae the Taber T a:;uv.-y v.a'sn't '>a;;i. 1 at ;sj:ait tho 'lav.'. M � :,ar an '.he .now Is Brooks, v.dare tlray siaiw su;;'!owers-ar.d eriar \\: � �-. aeaaiaia;;; to r.-" ixX. but. ao-ia V.-''! � a-; T'cre rver eiaa-^'i back 10 : 11 C;  It is il"a ! '..o 1,0th- br : ;�> j- !. it i-, a !iae i b. ce, but !.!'. y died' ! la' r.ini wa;: a a kin;: low- in rJ:   f!:.; eebooa th-.il ov-rh.in.g V �'. r ;� r, . Bo-.v ;a-'-i: a-er '  -\ hv il-a; vidr. drivc;i ! "THE NORTH BANK LIMITED" at night makes direct con tiection at Spokane with the Canadiivn Pacillc Spokane Inlernatior.ul train, and arrives at j'ortland in tho moniing. "THE INLAND EMPIRE EXPRESS" by day leaves Spokane in the morning, arriving in Portland in the early evening, allowiug Canadian passengers an over-nigUt stay iu Spokane. Connections for California are made in tho Portland Union station. Trains leaving morning, afternoon and night. eflecl on the stream, for as bo waded ashore, fh';> ice brolie at every step, ' while the niachiue .stood silent at last, j Shaking his first as he came ashore. I he murmured. "It's a good thing it I wasn't a a sale day. or l.-:, B. would � ^ have a search party out. \"lint did 1 ' ^ come to Brooks for anyway." The Sleeping car arrangements will, be made, by railway agents or the nnder.signad: Details, etc., supplied V/. D. SKINNER, Traffic ^Manager, Portland, C)regon. W. G. PAINE, Asst. Cen'l Pa, � Id'! : On'ar'o ",; en t'a '�-' iiai' e i. d.a, of tie o- in'-"!'; V li-aie I a al r'.-.ol fo,-u;. :\t o:.e tan- ��;, by v.a'!..!! Ill) to'.\-aril 1 lait when -tli' a -I! ihe LI � ; -ry wat'-r.H vl I: lavida il wa.i a ;;niped. anil ra; -Iv,r, ba' be v-. ; i;a real!,; d -''-d so lie b- on tile a-d bittf lie a dd 1 111 I a--" I ; :iid II' J A. a -M. ran ;d :\ir iar tho !aa a.-'d-'-'h'' .��'nei a'a' tbi* n li -r. ^!.�la i-. "Ir all 111 b to I'l. aarnro'eij. a..aid ''/-a i I � V a a w I Brooh a ;g of a 'a lall to the ) the tlil.i trade aiton be- i low 'jdca b')-,v. ihe !; 'no :il bis a out l;s of �;. the laa.c rv ' ram-i !'.''.j;i! a a dv ; they luive tlia toughness and endui-ance to stand Winter driving. No Q'ift will be aj)])r-dciated more than a tire; no tire will be appreciated much a-c a "Gutta Percha" Tire. as 0>v �"� aa bis ad'.-a: ELur; 11 /11\ b,-va !;c^a "> Keens Slon'i'.-s H.-.ndy r. t If,; Crta: for �� .''aica. Too. ', \w'-ir--':--' b:"-h- iS.-'f^t-r, ?5 "Gutta Pereha" Inner Tubes are made of i3ure para I'uhber. These Tubes are tested and gua-'ant-eed before they leave the factory! Thoy bear the "Gutta Percha" stamp of quality-a guarantee of sat-i;-if action. Ra''?.-�-5tor Ho.'-e. Una ^h I For Poldi'r ; ;,, . ,a dre.-'s dd'iia 1 aa. -a i ' : i. davisom, ;d 1 , .,:;� ./ couNcr, B.C. i-"ai' I' -i r ' j- - .al fitla-ai'p.'c! a .'iriat I, aa a-1! :!> all of ra!' \ i  fin'l; l.'at any ..�-' to resi -.t I i (inii !uy rcn. Th' into tela' fr ) . 1'.':-' or eii tiro. idrcba ! aia I ' ..)! I lose' vi!! ont-.'laia-'i-' il is iii ide a! : ad looial ai'e. lhat �.-.o til.' iiu',-!! ,r grades. Jnlerl';n.ers. !' a-- r Ma--: ically iaa.l;es a ij.-.v , a'l �,\ dl. b pi-"-,-en!,- Ihe 'blow a - I.':-'1' \vhi re Ma) a"ni--: -1 'il ia 11-'" i-,i.sin;;' Ik. Inlor-I .1. more nuloagi; to a bi'iua Put can 1' will a d'ires idacc. ')n I'.itli .\-onr i-.-' a--."I ijna;:'di-'t-' '� l.'dl o;- -a '. will not lea.; aa. i liamls. Tnln and th," pa.tch ^vdli Ida lion. n in 1 iie same Id r 01 lia I ai'd later. aiii;,ii- nil s": ill cafa in liii' I i-ead Ke-.'!,;; oal diii .and inui.atiir.-^'. in lime .aii .sa\e much i;-oijble En Robber Lmi",ted I-iEAD OFFICES A^-:D FAC1,'0RY: es oi 111" !)ol -6CS Fourth Ave. CRONTO. Brunches in BoaOiiig t'ltles oi 111" Moininien, Lethbridge Brancli- ;