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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE'DAIbY HERALD NEWS O IN -L All-Can- adian "route Ai the present Mr. i Gomory has mapped otrt a roole from I Montreal' to British .Columbia, that j he is the day. It wUl' be impossible for many joirs to get an all-Canadian road and the only possible -way to got such a road is through government assist- ance in blast'ng road through'north- ern Ontario, around Lake Superior. Mr. Gomary Started at Montreal went up Ihe Ottawa river. This Is the nrclUos-t 01, continent, be., and It is Veiv litllo. se.'t by tc.'jrists: On this strotdi of his trip he struck the worst road ot'his entire Joumej. llo liaO-tc- trav.crso-sn-cld logging road that has touch- j ed foi >ears Before turning: toward Sault Ste. Marie he wont a couple of 1 blind red1 miles north of Ottawa, city. On Ur Saullo SterJlariq he passed through a number of Ontario towns and at the Sou crossed to Mich- igan. He followed the 'south shore of Lake Superior to Duluth.and struck north-. Great west direct to Winnipeg. From pro nlpeg h" tollowcd the .Red through J In advocating this road he oiil wlitt b'enefits to'Svns.m'the United i Slates are receiving from.trunk roads. ManyUowns thrive, on-the trade such roads bring to them. getting It op far offsets the money raised. Such methods as this 'of the .utifcWns the j churches' re- 'in b'Mlnejelike 'manner bring -In. a definite, vdo'much-Vto :rnak'e tHe by: people who now have no patfecca with 1U often- iimeE IntOe flnancicg. U. S. A. Government Will Con struct Road to Give Motor- ists Pleasant Trip R lyalling the wonders of an ai plaue trip over the roof o[ the lloc iea, the world's greatest scenic aut mobile highway which the .Unite Stales soon to start tawins the big- in i Glacier National aflord tourists the most stupeodou raralc presentsd to liatnsn eje. !s to highway In a llleral; sense, according to Motor Tnvel. for it will lead rljht cier tha nental DlYide, rlaiug to alti'.uae fwt.- The will be joat In length, d Stephen T. Mather, director of tional parks, esllmates it will ke fira years to build it. The survey completed this rlny. Through Scenic he road will start' near the bead Late McDonald, and eiteud'along e east slde'ot the BictureEqiie body waler to. the head ot the laie and ence up beautiful McDonald CrecK lley to Tapper aloi'iBTapper "now -t eek, where il .the'aides of ugr.lficeut Mount thence ver 1-osan Pass, through 'the llang- g down llsynolds creak, Mr I Ing the base of Golug-to-the-Suii halet Tillage, along the norlh hore to the foot of St. Mary's lako, iiere H Joins the east automobile ighvray which" Hill, chair lan of tie' Great Northern Railwuv, I ersonally laii and paid tor.! 'his east side mountain Mr. Hill built Is thirty mlloa ong. it leads to the Great .Vortliern laJlway at Glacier park naln gateway of'thc'park. :In coa- tructing this road Hill had his road builders hew nine miles through primeval: forest of pino and fir at cost, of The completion of tbe Transconti- icntal Divide Automobile Highway will enable automobile tourists "id] aako a Irlp of sixty-eight miles over _iard roads through the park, from Glacier- park station, Montana, sate- way, on the east tide of tho Conti- nental Divide, to the tana, gateway'on tlie-west side of .he Rocky Mountain range, or vice rersa. Plan Easy Grades For a greater part of-the distance thfi grade 'of the Transcontinental Divide Highway will be about 6 per cent., though occasional short stretches will reach Si per to which the-engineers be re- stricted. None ot the curves are to be with .less than a 50 per cent, radius. On the east side of tho transcontinental Divide there will be an eight-mile. stretch in which tlie grades aro considerably easier.. For: truck mdvttry is taVinf. and that advance was greatly acceler. tut year. figure a .are as tdlowa for United Statei 'Wholesale Value. MaBnfacturers CNffrtome Matt' dieap and Values Are Production a period of years; as by the National ot Commerce, tnt itrides grade wiO be per cent, cr less There will abort distances on each side of the commit where tho .'bo-cut, olons almost 'but most of the wov'the enginfterinf task will .not be BO difficult, as. It t milter ot cutting a shelKiferj'the Eides of the mountains places will be provided, glrtng adequate protec tion to traffic 1911 1H7 IJS.151 191S 1919 Average wholesale price for 1919 -41338. At the kegicning of 191? the entire autom olifls In d o s t ry wa s on prac- tically 109 per cent, war basis: -Due to this fact car production was slightly' lew than in ai though than la I91S.1 manufacturers of motor trucks able .to- this of the; early. months and, make'sosslhle. a mhatanliali Increase Cor their pro- duct-overall previous records', durinx.the-12 tomaod stepped ahead of production, its rapid ad vaiKO hatln g resulted In large nart from" the publicity given the .war- anee of -the truck and from the e power of demonstratioDa made by the .ircck itself. in commerce. New York'sKe'ep IsBed with current pi-ices, for. vyjod i voted 'to' Void the clip 'more favorable market." (or t her of and >even pushed by ticket takers at two. liipvlng: picture theatres Motel Cecil HERBERT S.vJOSLlN, Manager MEDICINE, HAT, ALTA. "The 1-hat Was Born J.ncky" HALF BLOCK FROM DEPOT EUROPEAN. PLAN the ot the way there the! CELEBRATE OPENING OFNEfl THIS CHURCH IS IN GARAGE BUSINESS Factories Production, on New Studcbaker I Exrerts who arrived loday and went Light Bend Observes through the new plants referred to Holiday In, Honor of Opening .of Itbetn as modelslin construction from .Workers In Parade !tne standpoint of.efficien' inotbrj1 Jhrouoli Clty-Vlndusfrial, production vind Ihq ideal co.ndl- j. and Political Leaders lions provided for the workers. From Many Parts of Country Attend i Too buildings .completed have a t Gala Event-tMany Spectacular. Feat-i total floor space of square! ureslMark About j feel.'W thblr erection''ami equipment i Given'Out.. pounds reicfo'rced; and struc- j tural steel were used; j .SOUTH June Ona New Hampshire church has solved part .of Its financial' prob- lems by using the unoccupied .part of. its lot as a. garage! says tbe Con- cord Monitor. On Sundays the church parking space Is filled cars driven by members of its con- gregation and of a "church nearby Tho charge of each car is small, but it assures the owner that a trust- worthy person will keep eye on so robe's and other things may be left in it safely. And as a. means o: income .to tho church the addition these, small sums nmouht. It is a long time since each church 'had a shed back of it. a matter of for the hitching oMhe horse that drew the family surrey or pha- elon. Many churches arc no built an to have no extra space for this pur- But It Is qulto a' common thing nowadays for a church to buy a building lot suitable for the large church ot the and to erect for -present purposes a small build- ing which may later ha moved to the and serve for Sunday school, commnnity rooms and offices. This leaven ia large yard, ;rauch of u-hich might very well bo set aside for tho The plant of the Studebak- or Corporation, the newest and declar- ed to be the mo'dem automobile- factorr in the was officially o[ lumber; creie; 'square feet of bricks; barrels of .ce- ment; 153 miles of wiring; foet of wafcr.mains; opened today, with the city of South jot tunnels for carrying' j- inland electrical transmission Jlneb to; land between the various'-Ijuilding Bend observing ,a public holiday honor Of tlie event. iunu uii; tjtiiLiuiiBa, i Starting -with a parade ot work- j is.OSO feet of surface rallrond track j era'-k'tbo raornlog the celebration j and feet of depressed track-for I continued throughout the day and lato .handling materials. Into the evening. At the end of tlif line The method.of assembling cars in of march the employees and their fam- the final assembly huilillngns the last .illes, numbering gathered at o [word In efficiency. In connection with large amusement park chartered for ahe remarkable conveyor.system .in i the occasion where they feasted and operation, materials stored on upper! Joined in more than a score of field [floors are dropped Lo each day events. I along the assembly line, piece iiy'j Since'theae plants have been erect-1 piece, in tho number required .for-' individual car. This aystcm-npti only increases the speed with whicif :anaclty of 500 cars a biand lew Lfght-SU direct from the factory makes a-tidy ed to produce the new Stiidebaker Light-Six complete, with an eventual headed the groat parade, folldwoii'by he! lOfrpieca Studebaker Band, Pres- d3nt A. R. Erskine and other otficldls ,_______ ol the company, office and'plant fern- iasteailily ployeen, and leaders In political, floan- terior TIRE CODE fr tires piopsriy Inflated. Be sure to repair little cnt -threads regularly.