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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiffi DAILi KRUAUt THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920 HOPE DEFERRED Goodorhani f; Worts DIsiaiery, deratotxi, was sent by the Hiram Walk- The delay Is caused by the or company, Walkorvl.lo. TOnOKTO. Jan. extension 1 strike- ol glass workers at Wallace- burg, where their supply of whiskey bottleB' is made. Mr. Gooderhara wir- ed the firms io Montreal infovuitng _ ___ _ _ them thai I hoy could take no more cl the orders. A similar mecsagt, it li uu- "hope defettwf' la anticipated for kite placed ordera for ship- ments of TTbltkev with Montreal firms, to a statement by E. IX Over 10U casef o! liquor arrived today from Kpuora though authorities hero had not been lufomieil that eipoH licenses had been granted iu Ontario. Motor Truck Transportation Cheaper for the Short Hauls of Wffl Develop and Serre Large Proportion of the Province of Alberta Witfc Good, Put Service (By tht Twck Co., Ltd.) Within the past few years transportation o! freight, express mid pnssetiger by auto- mobile trucks has grown enormously. Experience slrows this method of to be more economical and service- able and by far a faster method of transports fiat for short hauls than the railroad. Motor truck transportation is now in permanent use in mnny of the leading commercial centers of country. in the United States of America. In nil cases where the transportation com- pany has been properly organized and managed it has provided nn economical and faster ser- vice for the v.'holesalcr, retailer, manufacturer, and farmer, and has been of vital importance iri developing the districts in which it This kind of transportation is not a new thing, but it is somewhat new to the motor world. All commodities or goods that arc ship- ped have to be hauled some given distance to the railroad, and then hauled from the railroad. These hauls have been made by horses arid'wagons. Motortrucks has'e proven themselves capable of hauling these goods hot only to the railroad point, bul for short distance hauls, direct lo the point of saving the extra handling charges of delivering the goods or and quicker to their destination. A CAPTURE BY THE BOLSHtVIKI LONDON, Jan. Bol- shevlkl caplured Ros- tov-on-Don, according to wireless dlspstch from Mot- cow. Ten thousand prisoners, thir- ty-two guus, nine tanks and enormous amount of tat atatement Just a Minute Today'a Canadian PreM Lid. Leaatd Wire Despatches In Condensed Form These companies io aot oaly ciwi-ato on sooi pared road; or in carjinnnltlep. hut operate in districts avray from the lilE-roauE. wh.ero Ions distance hauls an'J have io bo mado by hcrsas and .wagon. Tat'.-, for cx- the Hrestock. prediction of this proriuce. Ninety tsnt. oi this product n produced atray fran the i-silrczd, they hare to be driven, on foot to too nearest shipping or transiiC'-'tcd by borso and wagon. Trie livestock using drivsn then tranaijovttd Is enormous. Tiio IruOiis Diake possible n direct Ue livery from the farm to the slock- yard a, eliminating ?iie Haadlthg from tiif> farm "Us tar on tha The dQiekq-TnenL of iHiis motor- (cuek usaje is ivi. a flash- Iri-the-pau vrork solelj' occasioned by the irar, but which may -navr die out. due tc the elation nE hostil- ities." The war and the 'Huence of railway, UH- jjroved a great Tor the motor truck in 'such work. Mid provided the ImpeliiB by which, many. of truck UB- BCe-hkre brought home forc- ibly io the s-losk ra-tsers. These as enumerat- ed kbore, are basei! on a sconomic foundation, and the work Is therefore bound to .endure. _ -The great bulk of tho transporta- tion of over tlie iiigh- has occurred In the great sfock raising .stales ol Indiana, braskt, Ohio. Kan- 3as and To.ias. Allhocgli each of the, etockyarda keeps a record of the "total p.iwi'b'jr ol animals driven irvto ths ynrfis ni contrast lo those chipped by r.iUroaA or br hauled by motor Iruclts irith, IiOTEe wagons or converted yasscaii'er cars h not kept separately, so that the HRiirea gi-fen bcloir for the number ani- mals ,drlvea ;n mot- ar tracks are.approximations ishcd by the various yards The- table given bolbw showa that t grand total of anhuilj, including ciUtle, calves, sheep and hogs, wore driven In over tho high- ways during '1918 to the stockyanis at Omaha, 5'.. Joseph, ilO.; Kansas City, Fort -Worth, and Peoria, Ot Ibts number, 1.310, or approx- imately- 70 .par ceiiL, wore hauled- Into the yards csc'-jafvely by means of motor trucks. Ths deiaii- ed table (oUorrs: Drive-ins Total by i Slockysr-ds Orlve4n Trucks lud. 390.1SO .Omaha, ..Cincianali. Oliio. 13C.C57 St., Joseph. Mo, 1CS.319 ECingta Citr, Mo. lOT.fx Worth, Tex. 103.11] fjOUlBVlllc, Kv PeorlR, 111....... idvelapraent plans progreeP, now that do war is over, the use of imcts In livestock hsulaco will in- ireate and within the next few rears it entirely possible thnt all llreatock within a radium of 75 miles ot the rarlous stockyards will bo hmdled eiclus- ively by motor trucks. ;V! an eiitmpio of what has al- ready'been accomplished ia the slate of Iowa motor trucks haul- ing liveBtook to Omaha, Neb., hioekvards, and other Iowa mark- ets at Sioux City, Maso-.i City, C'ed- :ir Hapids, Waterloo, Marshall TOUTI. and D.wenport. the secretary oi the Iowa Highway Transport Committee has stated, tiat motor hauled to the packing houses head of hogs, iOS head of cattle, and head nt sheep. Had u. heen necessary to Itaul this number of animals by railroad cars, or approximate- ly 250" trainlonds of 21 cars each, would have been required. The to- lal road mfleafe representwl in the haulage of this livestock hy trucks including the return trips, 13 estimated ut no less than 110 miles. This livestock was liaul- ed by ovming their trucks, ana by Gl truck companies operat- ing over scheduled lines through- out tbo state. 'Return LNdl they lost several pounds in weight apiece.- In some instances they were so hot anu> tired that they had to be kept at least a day at the expense of the packer befbro they were cool enough {o slaughter. Then trucks and trailers were tried in the work, principally as ail experiment- Five ton trucks wltn huge iloublo decked bodies, carry- Ing as many as 40 hogs on two lei-, els Instead of one were employed, as well as large eight-ton trailers, hauled by motor tractors. The quick delivery, the saving of the- weight lost ty the driving on. the hoof, and the directness of the de- livery resulted in saving of 43 cents for every hog moved by trucks as compared with the rail method. As hogs are moved across the. Mississippi river, each hog slaughtering day, the motor trucks (bus save 5130.00 cacS day per truck. The Transportation Company has its trucks, and trailers cleaned that it can handle certain commod- ities on its return trip, therefore making a protitablo trip both ways. This is one reason why the Truck Transportation Compauies can op-1 erale cheaper, ejid morn profitably than ilia individual or small com- panies not running'on a regular schedule. The use of pneumatic tires on the The use of trucks In two-Ion and three and a half ton TotlJe i For the number of driven Into tfce yards by of motor truckg, Indianapolis leads the wag', principally because of tho nf." work of (rood raids surrounding the city. .While are not. all proved In certain sections of tho 'fitt, they are, nevertheless, pas- for almost the entire year. Omaha, which ranka jecond, re- ceives two-thirds tit Us cattlo from the a of Ne- braska- and the other one-third from lOK-a. Hogs as a clasi are hauled by moans of motor tracks (o a much larger client cat- tle, calves or sheep, and ot Oie total given in the abore Ubti, were the total hogs drlT- cn into the yards by all meUioili, and '.he total of hogs car- ried In on motor trucki. como In order, followed by talves, both of which animal.? can- iot to drivca In on tho hoof with- unt aa osccsElvc loss In weight, (or which the stock raiser has to pay. As larga as are the totals of ani- mals driven Into yard eiclns- Irtly by motor trucks, they are but a email percentage, possibly not over 25 per cent., or tlio availablo snjply ot animals mljlt; be hauled by trucks irore the roaiJ ccyodltlons snch that tlie motor vehicles could bo uwd during all of the year. As Iho road htulage increased so rapidly that In mauy instances the stockyards managements wore entirely unpre- pa'td for the great number of trucks which -would Una up at the unloading chutes. On the busy days as high as 500 or COO vehicles jrtng their loads to several of the Etochyard gates. Several years ago tine number of ifulmals brought In by means of trucks was so small compared to the number at present handled in this manner that the oid simple unloading chutes .were sufficient. But with the present have become entirely inadequate, and the entire unloading scheme has to he revamped. Perhaps the best examplo of these changes may be seen at the Omaha stockyards, where thcro has beer. Introduced a. special platform at which three Irucks may discharge their antmala of the loads of the different ve- hicles' mixed. In this work all sorts of vehiclCH hz.Tt' been used, from the small roadster, with Just enough room In the rear for one or two calves, and the- small two wheeled trailer, cap- able of holding one cow when haul- ed behind the ordinary passenger" car, to the large two and three-ton (racks which make a specialty of hauling livestock as a business. These large trucks haul as many p.3 eight cattle, 30 calves, 30 sheep or 30 hogs to the load, and, pro- vided the country roads permit of the use of such trucks the year round, it -i- more economical to ship In .large numbers than in loads of one or two animals. The converted, passenger cars and the small trailers 'have been used by the owners of small farms, but even they are 'now seeing tho wig- dom of having their animals haul- ed by Hpeclallsts In the work. The tendency Is toward the use of the larger Innlead of the smaller trucks, and there are many com- panies, adme with special double- bodies for hogs, which do nothing else .but haul livestock as a buslmH. Pound! of Pork and Sheep Are Saved The work may lie rilvlderl Into two classifications. The first and raoet Important Is the haulage from Hie farm within a radius of from 50 to 60 miles of the stockyards direct to those yards where the livestock 1] either slaughtered or shipped farther east. The second division of the work Is In