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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN MIMIM LOW GRADE OF GAS Oao of the mast perplexing rr kms of the garage sad Ute car owugr IB tho ceLllnc ol carbureters ol the older modelB which were designed for a better frada of fuel than ire getllng now; that Is. letting them to niMl ill conditions. Of course, where the Instrument IB ol too ancient model. It Is beat lo get a new typo. tut where the lUEtruucnt Is In good condition, by (he Intake manifold with hol'eihaust very RiicccsEful results ire obtained. The me (bod of doloc Ibis (a lo leke a pipe oi eutue ud am) tiliti wvcr tho Intnto dan I necessarily orer the whole length at one-half or threo- will do. H li beEl at the vcr tlckl part. Or It IK Imposs to Blip on a pipe, lake sheet Iron an< Iiave a pipe made. Where (he Intake manifold Is of cut Iron. It can be welded (as tight at the ends, bu where It la of brass or aluminum; li can be made gas light by reaming the cads together. Ihea taking babbIL ani pouring It Into the pipe and lelllu ran down Into the thu up tho babbit being pour- ed into the holes Ui I ended tor Lbo In- et and outlet uf (ha gas. Thon a brcc-quarlor pipe la Lapped Into the eiltaust manifold and connected to be Inlet ol the naulfold ilearo and out again at the other cud, and may be tapped back Into the plpo or a separate muffler, or elBo BlraWe uolsea will be had. This will not only running at all and eliminate back firing Jolo carbureter, but will alto Increase Ike Dlleage from 10 to 3Q pnr cent- find that the proper evaporation ot Lha gasoline by heallug the manifold Lhls way offseti iis drawback by de- ereaalng tho volumetric efficiency. EO 11ml even more power Is derived than La Motor Age. At a Gubsiltftte tor ihe I'ough- kcepsle regatta a naval engagement may take place In the Nortli Sea be- tween United and German de- stroyers. When those National and Sham rock lacrosse pUyarg began biting and smashing one another (hey evl< dently overlooked the fact that "Joo" Lally Itad been elected president of the union. RADIATOR FROM Fours TT is an ideal car for people of taste and great sweeping success of the year. The Overland Country Club is the smart sport model of the small car class. Grey body, black and nickel trim, and the price includes wire wheels with one i "I HI Have a look at the Country Club right a demonstrations Orcrlod Coontry Cldb Tour Tourinc K1S WWrf If o. b. vfet rf Bubjocltoe D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. 9th Street S., Ldhbrhlge, Alberta. '.-Phone "iliny molorlsli durlug the heat or summer caHnot explain why tho radi- ator bolls alter heavy work." well known automobile dealer few days ago. "They argue th' Vhen Iho car was new I never ww bubble romo out of the cap. Now on low gear work It Is like a learn engine.' "The reason may ba due to any one r more of many causes, but on pa Id car In particular IL nay be due the tubes of tho radltlor having ecome turrcd up by the hard water f many districts. Tho lur in a kottlo au Instance ol this. The vater ccd not boll for this furring to occur. !old water will cauie fur to depoilt. remedy Is as follows: Get a ilnt at spirit or salts, and after taking own Hie radiator, pour 11 in. after orklDS up tile lioles, and then rock Uo radiator to and Mid ivery possible hall an hour ir so; then wash It out with water or another halt hour. This will bring be radiator up to normal, but ir eilra lad another dose would be beneficial. "Take care Dot to allow spirits, ol ;aUs to tarry long In one place, os ft ouM cat through tbe brass, hence he necessity ot a good flush out to finish with." ADDITIONAL SPORT Kitchen Mystery SPORT FANS new course at Hendereoii park and 'some handicap matches arc lu the Sam. Crawford, quondam Tiger and ei-Bearcat, baa Cblck Evans cheated. They're going to call the Drst bole at (ho links "Mac." You can't quite apan It la four tut you can make 11 olcely In five. A man died and Trent up lo Iho pearly gates. He knocked. Peier .-erne to tho door. "Who are "I'm Drown. i came from brUlgc. Played golf on ihe Munici- pal golf course Thn hlyjRfit inyfclfiry wn Vnnw low any one team can to so full ot errors the locals last nfgbt let's manicuring, earn yet. How about Taber neit Wednesday? Magrath wants Lethbrldge for game Monday night. gel busy and do eome We'll get a real ball The trouble they haven't enough. They How Peter. cau you prove asked Peter. "Suro thing. Ain't my record ''.Man, man! You can't get In here. You don't know the first Ihlng niioul answered 1'eler. shot back Drown ol hcthbrldge. "Jusl Eald Paler. "Tho first rule of is to 'Keep tour cyo on Iho'ball and follow llrou'ii walked sadly downward. Artie DUCB, formerly o( tho Miners. IB clouting the ball for the UaUlmore The crop on the Municipal links will eoon be long enough to feed Everybody's goat. bere are three golf balls I There's one connolatloa about this N'obody will care to challenge hadn'L lost la tbe lafce when I cashed! ID." Peter took one, looked over aiiG paai'fd Into Iho celestial regions. Brown atood Ilko bump on a log wondering what Peter was Irving to pull off. In half aa hour Peter came Lack. lirovn of Lclhbrlilgu golf fame was 61111 there. "SVhat. aro you here said tho winner. 3BYSCKO WON FROM Kan Francisco, June .bytrko, of Poland. Look a BylQfi tall nnil tho decision from Ed. (StraflEler) in a 2y, hour wrestling hero laat night. When Ad was la his prime be was 3 terror to moot and no man belter understood that than Jeff O'Counelt, who was matched agalnit him at Fond Du Lao on May 26. 1908.. For eight terrific rounds O'Conaell stood up BgaloBt Wolgast and took awful tcatlng. At the end o( that round, however, It wea to hand ibc laurcla lo Wolgast. wbtch In that case ho richly deserved. Lewis knocked out Andrew Jcpiba In three rounds in London. SulllTan and Porky Flynn fought a ten round draw at Mil- waukee. rltli the locals Is thrv been working hard eeemeil to consider The Death of the fit LbAt llio small iowii team.1; would bo afraid lo luault I.Gllibrldgo by mlrjg our ball brigade. were In- Bulled last nEght. Bui It's early ID the game, boys. o to it. And win. When old age overtakes a motor car IL Is humanely put lo death. The engine Is killed and workmen with sledges fall lo and meke abort work ol It. Within an hour ubat wae once mechanical apjilg ot some owner'a dissolved Into Its numerous (.ouiponeal parts and scrapped. A car Lhat Is reoble with apo, eren though It Is allll capable of running. Is more valuable as Junk than It Is as a conveyance. The raw material In It In worth more than Ihe com- pleted whole. One firm In Kansas City breaks up a half inlllio-i dollars' worth of cars n year, flgurms their value at Hie original selling price Many of the cnrs thai go into the Junk heap are in fairly eoofl running condition and frequently Uicy make their lati. run on their own power into (he yard to meet their doom. As Junk Ihe average old car Is worth from (65 to }1SO to the dealer. Sub- tract his profit and the market price of old cars is found. The older Ihe car Ihe more valuable It Is, because the manufacturers several ycara ago ere pulling belter material inlo Ihe ra than they aro today. Aluminum the metal that gives the value to e Junk cars, and "the war to reBpon- ble. -In the making of munlllohs uiulmim la "needed, anil the supply too small. The average car con- tns 160 pounds of this precious'war etal, which Is worth more whtzzlug a shell than a boble- ard. Many ot Ine parts from old cm re capable of being used again. In re- tiring other machines.- WAR PROMISES TO STIMULATE SALE OF AUTOMOBILES That big purse down at Medicine flat looks mighty good. Let's got a Ittle action Magraln will play Warner at War- ner today. This will be Warner's OrBt time In action this spring. If Cloole Talt and Johnny O'Leary ifh at Medicine Hat during Hie Stampede, they'll have to take the roof off to hold the crowd. Young Ross Is trying lo gel a match lined up for himself during Stampede :vcek. Two bouts during the big doings would make the Hat hum. The eoUers are going strong on the Motorcycles Are Built Throughout o( Chrome A'iiiiadiiini Steel This le Lho toughest. Etrongest steel made, also the most ex- pensive. "We have Just received a ship- ment of Cleveland Something; neir and a beauty, every ODQ ol them. D.E.MacDonald Phone 1032 412 4th Ave. OPEN DAY NIGHT To the Motorists of Lethbridge and District FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF TRAVELLIKQ MEN AND OTHERS, WHO HAVE OCCASION TO COKE OR GO AT ALL HOURS, WE HAVE ARRANGED TO KEEP OUR GARAGE OPEN ALL THE TIME, WITH AN EFFICIENT PERSON IN CHARGE FROM A.M. TO A.M. WE REPAIR ANY MARKET. MAKE OF CAR ON THE BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS PHONE 1750 The Home of Ihe "Elgin Six" NO-GLARE The government nays yon must put them on. We can supply you with a Warner Lenz For Studebaker, McLanghlin, Chevrolet. Ford and for any other make of car. Per Set, BAALIM MQTQFt CO. OF ONION BANK Mgr. ravelling Public Will Find Railway TraTtic Clogged by Troop Detroit, June lent cuts down railroad passenger ervlce Lo meet the nation's military ecds, this idll, In the opinion ot T. Toner, director ol sales of Uie Uazwell Motor company, giro a'1 mdcms Impetus to the use o[ anto- ibllca for travelling purposes. "This IE not morel? a theory I hare said Sir. Toner In his office t Detroit, the qther day. "Plans to his end are already lenlatlrelr under way In the bis cenlrej. "1 have been' advised by buslnesa LCH In New Yorfc, for that hey eincct to be thrown back on the aolor car as almost the only method if malting short (rips. The automo- lie, Ihriy believe, soon be an ab- Bolule necessity for ono who has to io much travelling "With a million or two men under arms In Ibis moved rcquently from one camp to another r to the' seaboard for transportation o government will have o" commandeer a large part ot the nllroad passenger farllllles. How 'ar this will affect the general public t Is Impossible to predict, but rail- oad travelling facilities arc going.lo be greatly reduced. "Tho automobile offers the only BntHlltate and look tor Us eiten use hy men and women who hare to Eo from ono city to another and not Get railroad accommodations. 'It this liluatton had 'arisen few years ago the automobile might not lave been equal lo the' emerffncy. But great "trifles have been made In motor car efficiency and no fear ot the luloraobllo falling down on the Job noed be entertained now. The car [3 taster tnd cheaper than the Iral.l as a paflsen ler conveyance. And not only, In my opinion, will many of Iho can now In USD be put In this service, bnt also conditions'will greatly into- moblle Bales. "The automobile has hieonw, al necessity Ir. our American life. Wnr, It appears. Is to make it oven more EO." i CATERER IS USING MOTOR RESTAURANT ON SALES CIRCUIT P. of Wenatchce, hit upon an uncommon use for mo- lar truck, saya The Power In put winter Mr. Bum hfla ofTlclntecl aL tho 'cofTcc um .itrti hnnricd out the "hoi dogs" to the bvh gry fnrmors at [ho titles held bf ranclicrsi. He used lo hnul hM aup plica In n Lwo-horBc wAgon and bor rowed tho use of a alote from the farmer's wife. Now he has a TeHfabfft kitchen on wheels, complete wllh slovo, Ublcs, benches for the men arii room enough (o nccommodnle all com ticepl iarlai rush hours. The Studebaker Car From the Standpoint of Economy IF ECONOMY is to be your consideration from now on, especially in the. .purchase of your motor car, you should by all means investi- gate the Car [rorn that standpoint. Where people know in all probability they buy that cur in greatest numbers which gives i them the greatest value for their money. Therefore, in Detroit, -where 80% of all cars are made, where people know cars, the official regis- trations show that there are more Sludebakers in use than any other car costing over In Western Canada, where people prove motor car value and quality, where they test it out, twelve months in the year, on the longest, hard- est, hilliest drives, they have found thnt Slucle- bakcra give consistent service, day in and'day out, at'the least possible maintenance and re- pair In the large cities where style is a factor, there are thousands of Studcbakera in daily use. In ratio to power, Studebaker Cars are most economical in 'gasoline consumption. Iri rnlio to carrying their b'ght weight and perfect balance' make them most economical in owners frequently get from to miles on a single set of tires. Studied accessibility reduces adjust- ment and repair costs to a minimum. Therefore, if economy is to be your watchword, buy a Studebaker. Buy it as an as an expenditure. If you want to sell it, or trade it in, it will bring a higher re-sale price in ratio to first cost, thtt most other cars.' The Sludcbater Car is the best work of a great Canadian manufacturing organization; it bears a great name, it carries a splendid reputation. and it is protected by a year s guarantee defective material and workmanship, Come in and let us show you, uj the quality features of this Canadian built, car, tho features thnt make it one of the best auto- mobile "buys" in the world. 'Made-in-Canada'_ The Studebaker Garage Four-Cylinder Mofoli m %inMi FOUR RoxhtCT T, Orthmn, Prep. rouit'ToKinfOH FOVK ETMT-Walker Ctt ;