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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF TEN THE DAILY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, WINNIPEG Authorities on Crude Oil Situa- tion Predict Slow Down- ward Revision Caaada depends on importation ot -feel to .teep.tho whee's ot its anto is development ot tho 'vorlds greatest oit in our northwest the tables Trill be turned Meanwhile, we pro- duco iVoci Canadian inide petroleum onU altout one gallon of gasoline for eierv tVrtylwo imported Most of our gasohae (in crude or refined) frorr tha United State? which produces, roughly, eighty per cent, of the total world output of pe- troleum. T.Ve U.S. market largely yQverris the Canadian prices-of petro- laiim derivatives, gasoline, .bcnilno, kerosene, fabricating oils, etc. The price of gasoline has decllaedv onp cent a gallon in''. tha .states of New- Je-sey and New "iork and eminent authorities predict that general de- cljcec aro to ba. anticipated, and thst gasoline prices will b9 considerably lower next year The prediction Is on the euppiy and .demand "equa- tion. lu 1913 oil JMaucers" drilled shout .wells." Tho average paid for crude was ,In 1914 producers had little ciscourage- nfent. Tho price for crude, oil fell oftjtb. Sic; average, and they drilled only 23000 wells These wells, how- ever proved exceptionally prolific and crude prices dropped to an iverage of a barrel in tho Mid Con the over-pcodoctloo, Ihe. bottom drop- l ped out of. the gasoline market acil llow prices, prevailed. The lav- of credo made ex- IpiorstioD of new fields unprofitable, and. in 1915 only H.OOO wellB wero drilled. halt in prxluction en- abled demand to creep up on supply, snd crade to advance until It 'reached 1110 per barrel. I Encouraged by Ihe better prlcet of- pat down welU ii 191C. The unprecedented demand aroused bT.tie caused, petroleum prices to soar, an4 uolwithstanding the actlTllle4 In the 'producing field, prices .continued to adTaoco'.bo- CSUBO demand supply. of new oil watli brought In for that month along was highest oil pro- duction mark la of the Irnited Slates. Yet EO great was de- crude stood firm, ..But thai fcow, on tho the market price for crude lifily to decline apprcclablv AUTO MAKES RECORD RUN FROM MEXICO TO CANADA BORDER A'Tcmplar motjr car, driven by Baker, es- tablished a new record a few ago by lowering the thrte- Uag'maHc from Mexico to Canada, 1.M4.miles, In an elapsed time of two daya, four' hours' and forty- one minutes. The actual running time was onty one day, twenty .hours Md'foiTrteeh'mlnutes. Tho beat, previous record for this) ran vn: tv-o days seventeen hours and fifty-three minutes. The new Templar record WM made un- derthe severest weather arid road 185 miles being made second and low gear through axle'; deep'mudf torrents of rain and halj and snowstorms. A A. Lang BA, of Beams his. .recelypd a call to Thorn- Ptunos. Coffee. 'Tea. Milk. Fuiiny; Dld.Ypg 9ty1 DM you srer listen to a woman in a seat al tbj theatre oxplaio to her why 4o isn't fitting in a 13-featl Kvn-r at the net] J0f 'lai Temple- of tiinkt .tfiat "the church pf the future will Sot to much a place of wonhlp as a for' companlooab'Ie jitteriaj" In (which, perchance, men tad Elfci'W or cigar vrhlla lhtenln( to a ftf Two hundred garage and station managers, represent ng points in Manitoba SasVaUbenan and tho west, attended aa cV comenHon 14 Wlnnlpe- last Three ioclurers tooV specfal classes ilurlnt tLo k They ucro, i N Miller special factory oLMIpne- apolla. W N Littlotiood ot Chleigo, who spoko on lighting, starting Bud Ig nltloa and Charles S Anderson, of the Imperial Brais Coiajiaiw Cl Icaso I who Epoko on melding RUBBER TIRES PROVE SUCCESS FORTRACTORS Tractors and pneumatic tires would hardly bo suspected'of association, pecislly since supposed to require uuthlnE'..bu.t sleel ,tireo belted vrlth" steel cleats aod. spikes. Why use rilbber tire's in plowing and cultivating? But tire engineers are Versatile, as are slowly dying of starvation. i A little tha dark, And fainter still at (he dawn; And'lhe endless steep' Be-fore' the day is gone. A peal of bells in the mom Hailing'tho Christ.Child's birth, shout'61 praise lu joyous lays tho earth. Ah. that little cry In tho dsr., Comes from a A gnawing pain; then night again; As the flesh gives up its ghost. A the.dark So weak and yet so wild That on Christmas Morn the heart Is Luncb Frts The Gusrantj Company ot ew York a ftpS'luhch to "Its employees dav 'eats" Isn't "It? It they wanted to make tho restaurant self-supnortins they, could by charging fifty menu MilS wltli aoast 'lyCH'of Muttou. with .Peppers. Slashed'Pfttaoes." 'Escallot'ed Tomatoes. Romalno Salad. French Dressing, Pert proof ot the pudding ii Mma- Urn ft in the poet morfam The worn in of the Sour i) tla on as cot the Ontario who wants' to abolish1- wort damn ufistr tried hual4nf col rfefcerredi lar buttoa 111 tht iwal-darfcaoavj 5 tbcy must necessarily be in'an indus- try constantly.offering-art abundance ot complex probleius.for solution. Not that tiro companies' are attempting to fit tires to all new inventions mere- ly for tho sake of polling tires, .but they are constantly taking "advantage of opportunities to equip ulth tires all dori cea that'. off or a': greatcT field of service to tbe so equipped. Just as tiro experts expedited mill- tarv movements In Franco fitting Jrubner (ires to artnlerv wheels EO tire cnsmeers haie adapted paeu j want ,t or too tigbn. i matlir-tircs to Fordson tractors and I saleslady hv so doing have greatly broadened torn By the cry 61 a hungry child. .Things That Never Happen A cut price? Satisfaction In municipal gore-n roeut A natural smilo on Dous Falrbink s face. A young into a Winnipeg store the other says "As You Like of: the Manitoba Free Press, ,aud asked for a skirt 'Do the field in vfhlch the} may twent m ,ea a ,n tlnent field) As a consequence bury Presbyterian church Auto and Tractor Repairing Easy to learn by onr Hlmple jhfl competent Inelruclors Big pay when you graduate ,Atanj good raying jobs waitias fof you 1 We give ioji the 'most thorougb. course in Aoio and" Battery VulcaninniS' etc. Money back at end ot first iweefc it vou are not satisfied that this lo i tho best school _ J, WRITE FOR .FULL: GARBUTT MOTOR SCHOOL, LTD. 611 MARKET BLDS., CALGARY J IIUUTK luug win it miueu t ted with Goodyear 'pnei.malic1 lo rca thc Eamo fidd, a m front aod 4diS In. the rear ttierhR asked recent equipped are performme eicel Ha ihmgU Iollo Dclore vntine lent lervice m operation heretofore (lown tne answer and he hand considered outside the range of trac cd ,n hli pajfer tni, the utility. lamlner read: 'The fields-having al- ii LOOK FOR TROUBLEiFlRST Don't continue to- crank en gme with, the slatting motor if It1 does not start after a lev vrith tho Ignition system ;or- the carburetor Locate remedy the trouble oe- .fore again cranking the_ engine 1 Turning ihe eagma cond'tiong Tpill4enot lielp you stirt on the other hind It will exhaust the battery if continued for !rn} time. DRAIN CARBURETOR been reaped by the twenty men, could not a second time by the fifteen nien. Letters Santa Claus Dear Santa riease bring, .me a Jiltle hatchet, similar to George 'cause I want Melgbca i Than nJ anuary is an ideal month for a trip to Occasionally voa should "opetf-tho ,dram in bo- Ifpre starting Water or. ony forcign matter wi t bs drawn off and trouble anticinifed I: VANCOUVER Special Get away from the midwinter cold give your family a -week or so of solid enjoyment in oui- delightful Winter climate. Ample accommodation at Rea- sonable Apart- ment, Boarding and Rooming (Houses, Housekeeping suites Our Free Sefvice will help you get settled.- In addition to the delights of outdoor life with comforH- AllnttioDs' walks through Stanley' to Capilano Mptoi' Drives, etc., special attractions are offered Prairie Visitors dur- ing January. Board ot Trade. Recaption, Jan. 14. One of tho great Winter gatherings of Prairls residents from all carls of tho Northwest. "Short Course In Jan. Feb., 17. A series of lectures by agricul- ture! by University if B, 0. Y. M. C. all forms of agri- c'jltural. Goilliis Conitry. Oluli Visitors C.irdo can bo'obtained at Krce Service Bur- Hegistor at' our Free Send today for IHustuloil Folder I-'Senice IJurejK! trlv. 113 for any dt'lalled informallon desir- ed. PUBLICITY BUREAU (3. n. tiaTison, Mgr.) 330 Sfiymoar St., Veucouvsr, B. (J. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By C F. S. Christmas 1920 (Between IwnU -ind thirty million Dearest. Santy Glaus I have m% Capual aud Labor and Democracy and Things but really Sauty, a King ought a throao and a crown. KING Dear Mr SanU Glaus Make my blood lie water OIvo mo conlinned success at explaining awn- thmgs thjt may be but are contrary lo my v -wa f "iour cordially I AHT Deir Sanh Rnng mo a Homo. Tjulo Bill or a Noah's Ark or something for. Ireland my unruly ron. JOHN BULL Dear Sanly Cha I d >n t much A sulky bo1 laniiot expect much, I_guoss. But I ilo want an AssocIitlonTbf .Nations'or ometlilng like that "all my own, Sauty Vlesse! Yours, f SAM My Dear Glaus: Olvo mo lower or give mo death W. HARDIB. DeaKMr: Santa: Bring us more prohibition. ALBERTA I300TLEGGET1S. Dearest, Darllngcst Please put my sllk'stbckings lots of grand chocolates (I prefer nut cen- tres, Sanly, box of eipcn slvo, real.espnnsivo face powder, a lip stick, assortment movie 'tickets, ft'copy "Of -Photoplay, heavier eyebrows (Cvplease; Banly) a little more color in my checks (noy er mind Ihnt, 1 guess.'l caii: get tlat at Hlginiothim s) and. 0 yes. 1 d real ly llko dozens of good-looking ftllowa ith oodles of .cars Aftectlonately yours, MISS World s Pain and Ache OnimM JusS Ons Trial Convinces You Sloan1 Liniment Helps Drive Awny Rhtiir.iatlc endure palii I Vy'n will rf.- llevo It. promptly? It couldn't World's Liniment fir years if it wasn't Wtflily bBneficial In r'clicvins rheumatte achcg, stllf joints, sore muacles, lumbnco. Tame noiiralgla, Imi'acs and ll-e'r.v 8u'f9 (A td bad woathor. I'onctreles without leaving I'W shin, clogged Tiesj. A pain am! aclie linliiMml liixt ttauds alone in doing -wbat. it Is-hicant to do. Get n bottle, (od.ij- o.nil kcpp It lumrly. Al! druggist1-. s'.w. 5o, VCc: Tlio largest Is most In Canada. Tho Deacon That religion (caches us 'to mako' i MUlo heaven out of .this old" world A fat man is called a "picture 'o health" but, then, plclures arc so dc celvlflg. Girls, Attsntlonl Twelve more i'opiiltiB Days illl New Year's. mail addrcsie'd have your friends you there; It la main- :tairied for your conrsn- lence. ffc Liniment The Christmas SplrU jus! ilnn'l .know what lo Mr-Gertie for Ctirislraas. mottieK Slie aUvaya Rives nil FomotliinK nice, mid. of course, samo in me, Chriatmasjs bcfoiii- Ing n hore." rt[ that' vory moiaenl 1 rcaly can't tlecido I on a gift for Margaret. You know, she alwnys gives nice, ond, of cmirsc, o.xr-rtcIS same fn return. 0 my, a copy of Maclean's in (ho ChristtnAs 13 such n nuisance. Whoever, stiirlcd this givinsr sluK, of tho Iry ,11 reccrit 'nho-.vs .la aomilhing to crow IAS', yc forget: Another Chrlsimfis. (Irda Kr.clo Sam slillnt .war With Germany. 1 And here-is Bread Custard Fuddiug Plug SMOKING The Bi for Any Winter foads'havc ruts "with shiFp-toothcd ctljjes.'.which bit by bit, chew away tlic tread of ordinary {ires. 'Tiie roughness Cl roads makes tire choice of, "Gutta Pcrcha" Tires a rtetersity for (tc .notonst wlip wants to.carfy tbjoujh liis wjnfcr driving -with tbc least -vteir. The thick, cf ita Pcrcha" Tires makes them most enduring in tatd sirvi'se. l 60 a as u like on i vj CORD and FABRIC V Gutta Percha Rubber, Ltd. BRANCH, 60S FOURTH ;