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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ii i iar> t OF THE AUJO WO j A :if; a Invade Canadian Rockies in Summer is ;D6pfe Now Crow's. Nest and Kootenay Dis- tricts Creating Interest in .Eastirn States. Say Railroad NEW TORK, July Canadian unprecedented InTasloa ol'CMaia by American tourists this summer! is reported by representa- tives ofiCanadian railways here. Ttoords lor June show a big Increase privtous years and the ra Iway men declare that advance bookings the rush will continue 'throughout tbe Bummer. The Canadian west appears to'be attracting a very largo number of it tho Unned Stales thousands from New York the opening of the eastern Xest and Kootenay and -pack horses will bo iu great'demand.. t ol- ios-log Ike little known trails of the great Canadian range with pack trains has beeu Indulged in chiefly bys imerictii writers and artists In the past. This year'the idea his spread in tome mysterious -way and Ameri- cans who have never before done any- thing, moro strenuous than cut.cou- pons or plav golf lire off tg British Co- lumbia to rough It in the 'stylo ot tbe old-tlmo-prospectors. Inquiries received at "the Canadian railway offices here also indicate'In- Interest In1 mountain combing any insny New Yorkers are joining the Canadian Alpine'Club.. Several have announced their intention of trying to reach the top "of: Mount Assiniboine, the objective oi every good Canadian _' jjgg .'-bCCt- tjliy. HULL nit tourist schedules ibis, week brought a big efodus to the Ontario and Quebec An official in tie local office of the Canadian Railway told the Canadian "Press that the office has been beselgcd for the pasi six weeks by prospective tourists .seeking in- formation regarding Canadian resorts. "I have'never seen anything .like it In my .railway he. said. "Every "year we haye bad many inquiries regarding Canada and Canadian summer resorts, (rat- this year has surpassed, all previous re- cords: this Is partlcuiariy.troa.of the rescrts. Ther Canadian Rockies.'are the them tands of wealthy and large proportion of the'Visttors.to: tb tar wes'te-n Canadian .r'csqrfsiwlll.! be froia this side of the reached'by comparatively, few. At the Grand Trunk office here it was slated thai the past few days ave-brought, a flood of inquiries re- garding the Muskoka Lakes and Al- 'onquin-Rark. Tbe customary cusn Americans to these summer re- sorts Is being augmented this year by hundreds'who, to judge by theit nquiries, have never before turned to be their summer vaca- tion.V Booze Helps O'n'e reaton for the big rush is de- clared .-to be that steamship I have (urned victories into routs; I have trapped mlgbly leaders aud have crushed enemies. 1 am without faith; and those, who trust me T deceive. Today lv am fair to look upon; to- morrow' a' steaming bos- l.add difficulty to distance. With isolation do I uc- ioint the'Jendeavors of roan. 1. tag wKeels "of tbe gristing "ctsjt, Xhaf bread" may 'be dear.. 1 hamper those that feed the race.; f am-an enemy'. J.of church and school. I ipirf; ,'tbe' healer on bis rounds the little ones mayTdIe. 1 am a dlsruple'r of the speed tho firstborn to the cities .wl__- I am fair to see; and when return I [aqe'liliu with my forbidden depths.Yl uiinlstof to bitterness aud lay a tai on "ail the world." There is noue who lives'B'ho does not Jay trlbite. men plowed with a crookeU itick'I was there. When the ancients covered m with stones I.slipped away to othe lands. lam the oldest line thatjlivc today. Men me cheap. I, kno; the price' they who count me so r I, am the-r unimproved highway. MV NAME IS MUD, The Humanity of the Road road as an innate7' thing.. Authors have word-painted the beauties ot the broad 'Poets have tung lie iraises of the open road. Artists navq painted tha silent 'mysteries of na- ure's wonderful breathing spaces. The geniuses of .terbsl eipressioo, havo done a master work So drawing forth an appreclatloii for the route! of common these Sfeat stretches of land: Svith numerous tributaries, which-are the connecUns. links between ajhiral and urban tbe'mj into a niore soc lable' This no doubt Is responsible'for Ihe on-used term "good If their .good- ness euded hersilheif influence would be Eomewhat limited.-'; As it Is, they are.cosmic for. with- positive contentment breathes with freedom tbe and dialing from the -road makes tl iu truth a julssiajiary. For hcrp.. at tinies blrtU" 1? given to. 'the and noblest (iualUies of Human "na- ture; A pedestrian may bo coaming Idly alotsg the highway and ho Is met 'oy a motorist alone. The -walker Is asked to ride; the nien exchange strangers, pect to give something in Teturn. disabled-'tmotorist a- hewly-nade friend. !t the "goodly luftuenWof tlio road were'here ita righteousness Would ho-reitrleted' In scope.' There, is another characteristic "ra; 'OWN YOJJ'R OWN TOWN Anybody, desiring to own a whole accommoaalio'n '16 Europe is booked lienl- on'; seeing.-Bqmej other country now and'atJe'naturiUy.turning to Cm- Is.that hc: ro- This 6fEcU! the tourist that a new feat- nreo e our pears to be a thirst fof adventure on the paxfi of many of the1 travellers. A- large Dumber are planning amafear exploration trips through the Crow's ienieu theirjbwn' country. i Is probably helping'to.make IravellinE through Canada said one railway man. "And you .can't wonder atjt. Whenever 1 havo. to make a trip York I al- ways arrange It so that I canl travel via Montreal myself." at that. price. He agrees to give title to one.eigh- teen-room hotel, one eight-room house, one two-room house, one flvctroom cottage, "one four-room building; one combined laundry and meat house, two large barns, one ice a mls- 'cellaneous assortment of outbuildings, and forty'building lots. That's''all of Moneta except- furniture in the build- ings listed, Kansoa offers to throw in without cost'to the purchas- er, of the town.', llonefa is located on road; about'eighty-miles west bt-'.Cas- per.v.lt-rls in Fremont County, and on 'Creek. than Anybody want" to :buy a Jheyente State Leader, ruherent characteristlo. Into, American Motorjjit, An esteemed and reipectijd em- ployee of the Hudson's company who has retired after 46 years' -Ber- vice is John George tie, recently resigned from We He is the "second son'ot William Joseph In.- spectlng chief factor H.B. com- pany, anij his grandfather 'built Fort Garry. He was born Fort'Bdmon- ton. Sasfe.t June .'j :Lhht3lng itruelc Wjldo wobdii N.J., and unde'r a :hou 'without. Injuring-" HERBERT! S. JOSL1N, Manager Town That Was; Born Lucky? WfttF. BLOCK.FHOM PLAi Skilled. Conadim Workers and Canadian Capital SAY "DIAMOND DYES" Don't streak or rnia yonr nmterfal i poor dye. "Mamond directions ra package. "CORNS" MR. MOTORIST, WHO AM 1? tt ff ff et ft ft ft The foot that pattered In primeval slimo gave me birth. llnchiihged .-while tlie'ages pass, -1 have endured? Time has- biit'served to increase my infinite variety. Earth- born and without a soul, yet I have lived. From the beginning have 1 been man's enemy. A python am I, stretch- ling my langth across hills; awaiting (my time to crush endeavor. D have that left rain bleaching-bones In Empires have fallen because of mo. Doesn't, hurt a bit! Drop a little Trsarone" on an aching corn, Instant- tiat com siopV hurting, then short- Sir Ton lift it ritht oft with fingers. Tour dnijelsi sells a tiny bottle of for A few cehte, sufMcfent to naiom erMT hard corn, soft corn, '.or toes, and the cal- fMmt or (rritilloD, i THE RIGHT 0' WAY The follW'nK truthful bit o! poetry clipped front an ex- change bears, down strongly on the :roint'> that molorlsls who .Iri. rnalnlalnlng thelr'-'rlfjht of often do with danger, to themselves.- E-piTAPit "Here lies the body ot William He died maintaining Ills right of way. William was right as ho aped along, But he's JUE! as dead as If he'd been wrong." We believe that It Is 'good wisdom. for the motorist to heed the old an exception to every when keeping 10 tho right, 'f _____ is modern, of other Hfroiit atJtjeltp the jgasolme rbaf, where change meant improvementi N _ i 1 r ii And from the )ts long, narrow louvres, to oi ,-f j 'ipust; Port. Our; deailers :teir jbe short of .Better f- I ALL TAXES INCLUDED QUAY-CAMPBELL, General Distributors for Saskatchewin sruf HEAD OFFICE: MOOSE JAW Branches: Saskatoon, Edmonton and Calgary, Graham Motor Co., Lethbridge C F. GRIFFITHS r. MILK RIVER SERVICE GARAGE WARMER Model 15 u u 10 AH 7.0.6. 15f 5.00 ti 5 'V MOTORS; IJMTTED ;