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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH T11F. LFTHBflinor DAILY HKFAUJ. PAGE 1HEYEN Good Roads: Cheap Traffic liccenl EtHtoric.l in the Chicago Daily lu the automobile sho-.v there arc kets with perishable products at crlt- hundreds exhibits. The lotal value times. ot the cars is enormous. The The farmer who puts down a sullied total vlauo ft tho Industries represent- load to loas wHhout capitalizing his ed Is almoit beyond conception. The experience In some form of demand for the symbol o! tho irrcstlble reform does himself aud his In- itiword swifter commanlca- duntrr an Injustice. The loss of the lie" Distribution. i individual Is multiplied throughout the But the nation An has shown ke wo have rtade our roads capable of miles. _ th9 to autoniobl.e. kce homB ,n luch lhst lhe Oood roata sermonUInt may te- o( ud t, ais- counted. This, assuming horse drawn traffic; to no competition. But the motor has dissipated all Mich on a bad road In out of the calculation. It U what the automobile has to do "that .The autoaioblld has demonstrated ONTARIO TO tXCELL i IN GOOD ROADS TORONTO. March Ontario will have the best sys- tem of roads on the continent it the authorities get the prop- er lucking, was the statement uf W. A. deputy min- ister of to tho On- tario Good lloads Association, which condiMed their conven- tion here yesterday. Tho as- sociation approved of tho rais- Jees to MOTOR-TIPS __ sermonUlix soui'e seem tho reltenilon of the ubvtous. It Is the obvious. But is a grievously neglected obvious. 01 use to possess a high tempered, finely'trained race-horse only to waste his energy pounding him over cobble- stones? Of what lo possess mach; inory. capable of distributing the na- tion's'commodities only'to restrict it to the narrow limits of clllei the history of T the'National AutftaWblle show, the T United States arwy listed :lae eihlbltors at Washington, D. C. tl Sau aas bees M the meeting .the National T Traffic Association of Am- of larter citks of America and'Europe dp aot pcnalt car tracks' on atreeta, but use tin popular kas IUJM. Traffic erica, which wilt be held In EPITAPHIC LAMENT Beneath this tod Lin Otis Summer. M His eroergedcy brate Waa on the hummer. on bad ones. It Bhould be The number of automobiles BI ly apptrent, then, that to neslect the'tng over the highways through Why WeCan Buy Cars .Many wonder ot and district hare money, to purchase sutomoMta. It cannot be forgotten that .tills' d'ltrict aas suffered three successive crop failures. Yet an Industry representing en Investment at tsllllwi iatlars Is maintained In the is the. automobile It Is still aad done so, crop failures or not secret is tlven SB a prepared by a comtnitteo o! the Board of Trade. U shows conclusively that Lcthbrldge, like sonic- ettiia iu tie West, U dependent on the crops o( the surronndlM1 country. LetabrHw exported for five years materials tint' a avtrMe of That it why citizens o( and diatrlet eaa purchase ThU is auto up as follows for 1915-191S: Coal Wheat aad other train AHauV aai bay............... Wool road Is energy of a mighty Invention. The energy Is ready to deliver. H should have too right ot way. (I. should have country roads, state! roads, and national roads. The great contribution to Ih.e prosperity ot the its authority. It does deliver the goods.. It delivers more and with >_...... The cost of transporting goods over grcataj. ceruinty on good roads thau nation Is good roads. a hail road has been found to be M t _ -_________ cents per ton' mile. .The on a good less than 11 cents. This sto display ot statistics ought to prove tbVcaMV for the good road and the automobile. The cost of hauling'over bad roads U reflected In the report that one- third of the value of the crops lu tho UniteJ lost each year be- causa of accidents due to miry roads and the Impossibility of reachins mar-, een- Am- erica's national during 1919 was 95 HO, as compared with in 1917. Tho latest French car. which weighs no more than 1.000 pounds, shows 3D on 'gasoline miles more on oil, aud consleJerably over 10.000 OH tires. 11ALIKEO CAR HE ESCAPED IN, BUT GAIH BACK-TO MAN HE HELD FOR BIG Sbre Throat more dis aa s fts, such'as Influenza, bronchitis ft n pneumonia. Re-. move the Irrita- tion. nnct hc.il tho inflQincJ memlirunea t> y taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Above "all things, never neglect fi child's thrtKit, for It may years ol sufTerlnfi for It later. Yours for health, Three million American tourists are expected In France lu 1920 and 1321, according to an estimate made by the president of the French Motor Touring from an cubed'box to household refrigerator. The tracki are of two sizes, three-quarter-ton capacity for retail delivery and two- ton capacity for freight hauling. In China the use of motor Is Increasing at Shanghai, Tientsin and P'ektB. Motorcars and trucks ot American manufacture- predominate In all these cities. the deiiTery serik'e' ot a largo New York department store; has 160 gaso- lino .'and- electric. Irjiciis, and SCO men emplpyed. Tha store delivers annual- in'size Approximately 20.000 farmers' co- operative tocletles In the United States are potential runt motor ex press operators. proposed to reduce size of the'Boston Common, the most saerediy guarded spot in Boston, to .provide parking apace for automo .biles. to claiann t'-i to wffercrl from A ithma. Stud in WHEN BABY BUMPS The Motor leacue of'Louisiana plannlnc a to raise autl spend 120.000 for food roads publicity! and development during the 'next year. Twenty-sever! counties are now Im- provlns their roads or hulldlni: new ones. The association fayorsJYitrlllcd brick or concrete highways'. The annual national motor tract reliability conteft'to be hild'In this country will be 'listed- foif' ijils year. Slaninf late in June, and ex- tending over a course in the middle weal, wllh Omaha as the starting arid finishing 'point. The rpiite