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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE t JLxHaust Echoes Garage Gossip (By -Monlo Sohn. iu the Review.) I went la for solf, 1 took somebody's aUvice, and bought my dubs al MePheraon's, a golf club boa- saJ eecoud-haud shcp. So far aft -1 Know, even wbeii I shoct- IDB 130. 1 didn't buy a inanutt on f-tance or atrokipg. Noi any. I liubbed aroUnd, contributed lo Ihe Mineteenth and leafneo. No book can you. I-nerer bought a hand- book on bridge. Ihoush I'm consid- ered a pnier of.the game by tbe gang Iti the smoker of the who in- dorse niy checks. But on the It comes to touring I wouldn't drive down tbe street to iha barber's without lour- ing guidance. Before .I. the S. D.'.V. T. deaf to useless louring wasn't a road In my mind which whose, bosomy em- brace 1 hadn't ones or thrust my ear; 1 knew 'era by both namen, profane. I'd alart out on a Sunday morning with Mgh hopes and the family, and we'd trickle out cf town as aul >ith plans as f new husband. Bat some time, before got bacli. ibe oral tcurlng advice of some dish- faced volunteer find us tatinp C. Columbus except lhat Mr. cpver hau a rough. Nobody tell thugglst wave asvhard.-aa tome ot the i'xe: known, sides uucouiji -'adiniaht, and the constBted In goitig.iburs past, nieal limt; because we were stuck soiuo the hole! where eAtr mos- quito raids and arriving, home at 2 a.m. IJIBL Sunday the old camel quit cold. The straw on these once athletic shoulders of mine was a busted ratfotor. left Ihe HoxapeTOle pike for a stretch ot new .macadam, we came to trouble with a capital T. Mac quit cold and In oil place was a rutty, bumpy cow- a But kept on. First a tire blew, spare tire was one of those wormy affairs you keep for.sentiment aifd'lack of good seise. I put Next last, in trying to miss, a hole I didn't. broVtu spring aud a ridiator leak that I could, uol stop. and from that moment we weren't i UK .for a long j while, severs! whiles, in fact. It was Iheu 7 o'clock. Haidiug parties 'of de- scended with the suu. Uy the tiute 1 had fixed the radiator leak with a leather washer there was no water in it' when I'd filed tlie spring wllh.u hickory sapling and some wire I pulled fence j il was dark. .1 left" [he protesting j family a'couple 6t times, but couldn't Characterises Famine as Mental; flnd a firmliouse till a younc man came; along en. horseback- and: kind- ly .offer' got a'couple of gallon's of. water.j prepaid at gallon? Summer Tourist Fares Vancouver. Victoria, Seattle Pacific Coast Points Spend vmr playtime at-Banff, EmeraH likt, (ilacltr, SicamoiK, VaiicmiTer, and Canadian Picife BaBway opentu one of its f at of Ibese you will find mitt Kxul Ufa, metropohtaD cuuine and plui a pnuine spirit of_ Western Gioidiao hoepiUlity. Enior ontdoor sport? in the Canadian Pacific Rockies R. J. GORDON TICKET AGENT Phone 512 Corel or Ftbric Strength obtyi reality and not Strtngt A it inf to quality. The reality which produces the strength and dependability of Partridge the exceptionally good quality of'ill material the skill which con- verts them into agents of comfort and ectnorhy, i Jou can't buy better tires than ParWidgt why not buy Tartridjc? TIRES Game Their Name Ressrve Slocks "Large j bankers, li has had mere-hauls reserve stocks on hand at the actors aud geologists. But so far asj refineries In louled over 625, ".can leant are irr rip way de- iceuded from the Do Solos, -the Cabots, the Drakes or the De Leous 1'iide; Sam's highly illsturblug-gaso- "'e Sup- both OB' blinil anil accumulating. Henceforth when I wander ouf of the which 1 .taieV-I'DiVgoing 'armed'- with one those blue, leather boutid volumes >t tour data, 'iBcIudhig maps, nureaBing and tlie motor ud advice. can now. emerge safely from' the .cloud The zest of eiploratlou isu t hi mo elooii neipelfatcd tho prema Vicri. I'm .headed for Thither ur prophets for mouths hate u future HI know how lo gel there drawing uord pictures of a and no jsn, J I- Jenkins galloni, that Mexico U almost doubling lu nhipotenls of the modern of Eixml life each year, aad that refining methods' are resulting In a 50 per ceut. increase in 'produi. tlon from oil. The gasoline panic, a which h.ts sirep! the caused little aoaounOof tinaacukl tou and anxiety in automotive WINDSOR OFFICES BUSY PLACE; ANSWER MANY QUERIES office .of' the Es, sex County Automobile Associate, which is located at 3 Ouellette ave- nue ght at the ferrj laodiag of the lr. has uurely in I Pelrot' fern hosts Is a opinion of the federal trade com Ju5r lfn. VUm tair'J 8 The f.llure- Or certain ol from United States enter at fields, the' govern no.rt aud ciu the- north Tei ment Instigators believe, upset some thev aro mth f.ll in pll oiierators mid' made an immediate road .md guMe. The shortage Beeai possible. refineries, commission mjils report Thejr form an enduring ilin'R. Mv. family .has included philosu ibers and niasous'aiid .Jravmea and in the Chicago Tribune. In the latest report t. the United Slates bureau of mine it Is shown reportn. are gejting a 35.'per cent tatollue yield from.'crude oil. al though plants elsewhere are register- ing but IS to .22. per. cent-: Installs tiffix' eoste and of labor facilities are'given reasons for' Sclav In general changes in. r'enutag processes which increase-in the American line, supplv David United Slates geological dlipels the gloom following an investigation of_______ ___ Hie shale oil fields [road motor taxi eta 'Shale oil deposits, are a MJjsible I 'and Tarnish source of oil in amounts far greater iaflultry titan all the available natural petrole-jgacolme (Coves, um m this he declares turers x V asset;'-Bintalif ah1 enor- mous :f.or ab period when sufficient mac.hlner> for this industry been developed1 Despite, the and figures JOT ernmeut ajenckp advise strict in the use'of gas Motor chicles are ,thQ? sjaaYlest consumers In 1919 the) buried Ions of the total gallons total Other ''arid consumers include factor- open OB first boat ia the aiorntac at 3.45. re- open till I" erenlnc. mocth'of June sone, i were ma4e relative'to roads to .differevt'.part'of. At a recent meeting ot Execu- unie tnm the Enei Counts CM to the County Autnmobilo The reeling was that the not a social CM but a yro- potiUoa, Hi; (MochtttaK Is nav iised Instead of cUk. The acilTitiM of the aaaotiatkm re- lative to good roade te ftot lacking The PreaUent, Mr. A' W. anil Secretary'Mf. F. Dunoaa. are very alive thti daVote coaikJwmble time to -work of the orcaniifttieft, and particular at teatjoit is givea to the alcnlBg -of t roads in I Commentate iitereat Is centred just m the Michigan Fikea tour Besides .the'PreeUent and several pan) the party through Ontario f Firr brake tbe) roof of the Spritiger f Co, Belle y.lle and wai eitingulaked. by tte prompt' action of the employee, wau firmed a bucket High Spots of Tour Will Be Touched in- Queen City Toronto, the largest .city on the route of the 11JJO. International Gooil. Roads tour, except-Detroit, is goins to be spot" of the tour.' The event s'tarts from Detroit Jnly 14, and the vtonrists ivill spend-the night of in Toronto: The citi of Toronto and the pro- vince to the tourists at a be given at the King Edward Hotel at 6 p m -lulv 16. The.hanquet-win be attended by the members, of the Ontario? cabinet, includinir Hon.- E.- C. Premier of1 the province. ofrToronlo will be reprebentcd v> its major, board. of .control'ariij ,'citv council Members and officers of the'Ontario Motor League, the 'Canadian Automo- bile. Association, Ontario Uoou Roads the Toronto-. Board of and other public bodies Hon F; C. Biggs; Ontario-Minister of Pub lip .Highways and lion. J. C Camp bell, 'of Highways, will also be present. Tlie dinner, will precede the good roads mass which will be; conducted hi Queens Park at S pin A feW'.ahort 'addresses will be made at of Jhe pro vlnce, the city.arid Michigaji Pikes Association.- Following the dinner .the tourists and tieir hosts will march from the King Edward Hotel to Queens .Park for the mass meeting. The band Ford Jlotor .Co. which accompanies the'tour, will lead tTie parade and-the entire party will of using their cars. G. A. Hodgson, president of the On- ario Motor League will of tlie mats meeting, 'which will be ireceiled by..a band concert'. .The On- arto speaker for the meeting has not >een selected but ireath, manager of Ihe JDelroit.Auto- moblla Club chairman of the Speakers cocimittee, has ar- raTifeed to have George R._ Graham, speak for the Michigan visitors. Ora ham is the best of the automotive in- flustry'a orators and in business life is sales'manager of the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Co., In Buffalo. In tbo event of inclement wesilher In Toronto Hon. P. C. Biggs .has ar- ranged with the provincial govern- ment that the' parliament buildings will be thrown open to'acconnnwlate the goorl roads enthusiasts. The ar- rangements for (he Toroiilo dinner and meeting have been -made by G. .Kolierlson, secretary of; the On- tario Motor league. AUTOMOBILE FATALITIES "Safely first" Is always: a sound principle to act upon, and Lsvo ilis- tressliiR automobile fatalities on Tues- day emphasize its Importance. In one! case a liltle girl was struck n while trying to run across one of the streets, and in the. other a liltfe boy who had his slater bu tht hand was killed within a fool or two of Ills pir enls, who In guarding agnlnsl one dan- ger had failed nollce anolher. tn both cases the. drivers of tho cars were placed under jnest on lurges ot manslaughter. Invcsligatlon mr.y free Hie drivers from' Wnme, but It wil! not restore Ihe Ikes of tho little ones. >'rom every point of view there in- creasing nc-cessliy for caution upon Ihe public streets. The recorda of Ihe Onlario Safety show'that Ihe fatal accidents dna to automobiles: in-1 creased frnm 22 In 1910 ti 48, In Hild, and this advance unfortunately cor- responds wllh the growth In trfo num- ber of aulo licenses Issued, 'fhn aulo in diflerent forms is an Indispensable method of transporlatlon. Knd botti drivers and pedestrians must t.iVe every pret-aiilion tlio use ot Hie Zoriuila, '-j Hunt in Canada by Skilled Canadian Wttifjtrs and Canadian Capital GRAY-DORT Where Czin Match This Value? r _ fffv. -t new A convenience, new style. Ten major improvements and a dozen refinements rnajce'it easier to drive, easier to ride in add to.its already superlative VALUE. r- i- Among features usually found only inlnucK kigher-priceci ckrs, to-day's Gray-Dort gasoline tank .in the l r In spite of doubled, dealers report that for the supply. It wojjd be., wise to see your once'. -'1 Alt TAXES INCLUDH) U Model 15 Regular V 15M'Special 1SD Ace 10 RoacUter u All f.o.b. Only Extra CitAY-DoHT MOTORS, LIMITED ORAVCAMPBELL, General Distributors for sn< HEAD OFFICE: MOOSE Branches: Saskatoon, Erfmonton Graham Motor Co., Ltd. for Mlibrulgt Disti'fct, ;