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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACtE EIGHT Automobiles and Telephones; Do Without the One^as Easily As Other-Both Are Necessary VFlIE MAKES BOW ! TO MOTORISTS HERE : �w S* o� ;.. > . .t.-.ir* .I-em :.to i nite.! S'..v:e> ,�r: ei i I'.ir.ge -easces:.-.! eletr.c .vn.*,-. -.v;: . 'lie :rlt t^^nt1 .*:*,> a- tt v'c:p- Sere :s m.v suf .: v.: :.'� ::'-,' .-. .-- ;.it- war Ton:' oa; the :elt�pl:c:.e^ No � spe-a- ;o ^nc '.,,a.;h: c; fl;:- b.fo.--'. '.>e,: ; tr.mk ;. -1 >aii;;?>>-t;e-. wor:;,y . f .,s ser.::> >ors:.j:,ri ' >n s� cat or the sn*�: r-.nr..:> �hich .'..ivwjttttf the ci;:-*:lms:-: ,.' the .-...i- sr.J ;-e of tho .1at.imobLo iiur::y:  pe-o.! or t.;s v s-'iViephor.es -.re as ::nij'.:?sno'aab'.y a ::  .�1 ':..; 1 a:-..! fie �"�sr v*n be v. or. -w .-. �', 1 only u\> away with :h*i.ra ��p or �irp.io;e f-r.; that vor.M be released fron> their preseuf 0.'. npa: :ou *.o knit for the Ko,� iiros> it we "on.'.] only .-iiolis'-. the telephone. Think of the millions o! poam'.s %�>'. copper v. :re thit would instantly available for the manufacture of :v..-.'.;i:!or,s it wo woulil only aboli.*'.-. :;:� �*eU'�> u>idpfcoi;f�. Tr.iuk toicphono ;x>!^;iiii oi:I>' a^oiisi; tiio :olo:>.:^::o for the period of the war. If w-t� Jbo!:*;:ed the telephone, poo-p>.' '.voi:--i n.ivo to writo tuoro I^tter>. tiuich tnoro '.r.oomo for tr.o sovstn-moat. Tito pojt.il .iopjrta;on: of t.;o .EOTf rr.nion: !r?o.~ tuiiiioc? of c.oilirs . ovory year hec.i;;?o people use tr.o felephon? instead of writin? letters. 'But this is :i!i nonsrfnse." yoa say. "T.ie teJepiione is a vital means of, crtajnjunicatioa." you *ay. Well, what  on esr.h is the autosoMle hat a vitai :iit>aas of coaiiniinication and trinspor-tation If they propose to do away : -with one during the war. why no: the* other? I "But people 'joy ride" in automo-! bites." yoti say. Well, they "joy talk"; over the telephone, too. And 1 win be: willing to wager a substantial sum � right now that, there is just a* high i b proportion of "joy taikins" in telephone conversation as there is "joy riding" in the use of automobiles. There are a lot of people t.iday who take trips over the railroads and eiec- i trie lines -for the reprehensible purpose of seeing the country and having a good time. But, strange to say. no-' body since the war began has advc- : cated abandoning the use of the rail-  roads for that reason. The trouble is that the automobile � 0*r> v� h�vt ; :r ^ A.'-Af v. '..1. tv. .:'.;iV. le r.- >.;�.: .cjl#j;sb,-.:�t ieif of a Mcv\ ::t^ .-v tt*a:t; .'.t c>" Wt V >o !* voSts ^ * ^ � ^ ^ \^ ^ * * c of v.itue to cite Ivgitiner in .;^ sear reo.ttres a vvrtain :;;:to;:ct of gas. If this amount is reduced too much the engine will stall. By shifting into second speed all dagger Till be overcome. The cat-may be driven across the tracks a; approximately the same rate, but tin engine is run at a speed which removes the danger of stalling . The distance is short ami a full throttle will insure better control and send the machine clear if necessary. I'sually the driver opens the throttle too suddenly, thus choking the engine. This is because the air valve yields readily to The increased suction, giving a sudden rush "of air before the spray nozzle can respond with sufficient gasoline. The throttle, whether by-hand or accelerator, should be opened gradually enough lo allow the en-pine to respond. Stalling the engine cn the tracks with the train approaching at high speed is a tickl:*h experience. im(. Ane VH>tribalon� tun Thf t*rmtncir fit 1 tn ; jpp:v. e '-.-> .0. M V.tr.e Ff.'l Kirr-ti. � �'�.1 V'J^-.T.t 'A I : c  ;, :he '.�rv.' . '.aruto i e ; ^ pl-";;v c:: ;l;o >".:�: �hs; ll'jlttitjj ifi \ t\in^lKHxt and Hik Season Ahrail-New Ford Truck-Garusc Here to t'urrs TrtuttM- Repairs ' t.. (I.. �� ui l��,.�t know. , lives? iiu^Uers in v. ill *'C i:i oh-trge of the s.iies .';op->r:;;'.'. a: of the new car. an..! fro-t: !.oca;>ruiite Hill }>� direotwd the sollinc oritani.tation for the pro-�tttce. Mr K.irreu has ju:>..!� rfu! >tr;des in the past year that '.he :m>tfel 00 display was the cynosure of all eyes at the show ' Dowp. in, Montaua the Velio is locked upon as one of the most sV.is-fac'.nrj cars 011 the market." said I Mr. Karren to the HeraU! on his re-' turn. "It has sloexl the test there; atrior ;:;>; such, .onditions as pre-; va;l here, and > predict that the Velio j v.r.i make ;-,:> Instant hi; with the mo-i to.'i.-ts of Southern Alberta." J The Velio is built by the we!! 1 known Velte Corporation, for years! one of the largest manufacturers of I vehicles in the I'aited States. The; cotnpacy is' one of the strongest' in i the motor car field, and they are leav-j ins nothing undone to give assurance j that will stand as a guarantee behind! purchasers. They have been manufac-! turing automobiles for many years, j Nino models are put out by the Velie company, including .Mode! CS. five passenger, the touring sedan, she eabri-' otet. the town car. the Model ,"M. j seven passenger, the four passenger 1 roadster, the two passenger roadster.! the coupe and the four passenger; spurt model. The selling price of' the car in Lethbridge will be around the SH'vf mark. Mmonton U.�t :..'�use branch % over half the wore Kords :M�e obtain*, as ross:!'!-* to say. � that th! ii�' f it!Hr protOO"  11! i.':e The fiu'! fhat he ttai mobile !!� 'oiU"ihii'.!t 1 OliUnmbllv m lt�i~ di-lime. .Mr I'lllmc starred busille-** ll! the Cosy wasn't known by tlv.vt had Uoei: built lc. a ( souls to: 'he pm'pi^st. automobile-. Thrir hort'ev.r. .did not \>vo\ e l�!h! :.'k''. I - H>.) .Sire. tt.'H the tlUI^ for t'.i. M lit.' tllt.'M'.! ,1k ill Lull..11 r.an e w V o?1 AS lar-il:;lite.l:seii* strou-t ciiotittli Mini i" bile li i'.U >H|e "inblliit; r.-(t:;.-e* ootupiied :'rM-l ye�r b> the autouioh'.> ! showed lft.lt slij-.ht' cars in the provtr Whether this perce yet or not it is ip but there is t:o iloub little car is still a p easily stands at th-They call the Fori! t It is evotynuin's car. being done at the Lethbridge this spr way to prove it. 'We are doing im wo have ever dot: for the summer is oxi oiiinsly bright said J. 11, Virtue. :'..in;!if-r of the garaeo to the Uorah! Though the price has been advaneed practically Jli'O on all mmlols turned' � out. the. Koni has not suffered ;:i popul-irity as the car for service, ami farmers particularly are looking tn it as the car for all kinds of weather and roads. The Ford people are this year introducing a new one-ton Ford truck which is meeting -with general approv- farmers, made rich on land they locat-al. ami quite a numb-r of farmers in cd while chugging about the eouutry the district have orders in already, i in the one-lung, and they are driving "o business than .mil the prospect Utu! the (ifiljeet dropped llnd thev known that the .ml�>ii!nb:!e biHiness would ever grow info the proportion* l>r�'V.-�illi:g today wmitil have retna'm Mr rilling repair, cars ovei- brought 1. sb.op. lie then v.. Kerr Civ. driving through tho count:' (.'icliliae 01 the day 1 drive many of thes-. erer had in a car. today prosperous .1 lUelv thev I.- IlllsmeSS. ' 1 II W the eif v ill (lie old -. with th- u W. -.heir him! -el-or-: i' it! vile one iiin-; !t was the first iaml seekers !;a.l A lot of thopi are Southern Alberta ! it have one ecia! hotly is giving which ha*.. Cleveland-Sarnia Sawmills, which was closed down during the winter, is making preparations for reopening, and has a large quantity of logs in the bav at Sarnia. The .McLean Transfer of these trucks with in operation now and splendid service. The new Fordson trneior created such a stir in farming circles is another feature which the For,tl Garage is interested in. Though the Ford tractor is not yet in operation 011 any farms in this vicinity' (suite a number have been ordered and the Ford Garage here will of repairs for the tractor. Altogether Mr. Virtu? sees a very busy season ahead. His greatest worry-is over securing prompt shipment, but every auto and implement dealer in the country is having the same trouble iu this regard. their big sixes and eights in real ciui>-1 fort. He was later employed by the j Lethbridgo-Wey'ourti Cn.. then the; Standaril anil Henderson garages and then with J. II. Wallace utt'l the t\ !\ R. A tew years ago he joined the staff of. the Graham Motor Co. and j was with.this concern until las: summer, when they moved into now quar-, ters. It was then Mr. Filling branch-; eti out into the repair business for him- a full lia^fself in the old stand j akl, and from this eel a point where ippositc the Hor-beginning ho reach-it was possible to consider a partnership with Mr. Livingstone, another Lethbridge old timer, and together they started selling Oltlsmobiies. The Oldsraobiie is among the new- 'if. �> '.fl,i!-' >'.;- n,: C  .' " v ' �. -- 1 , -,' * 1. t '. :' .1 i. : u 1 h 1 t- it ' 1 f,3 is. ifv..- Cll'0 1 i .:,�  ' >.i: �� , -- "f. H t - lb-' ti � � ..�,.'l||'- O; c'- x- I i.tr vi��!  l.� pi O . *{�?. '� - -i-.-t I ,' �, > ..|1 }.-;-..,1 ^il!i r;!l�i- i1;-' a � ,.' > > i'.im|i!�'.; ti.1 % f......1 -' 0.5.4 ! '�� -.� 1:-;:i ^,1111 Tro.->s Big Tractor 8v;>� I'., 'h- lleral.l VIt- luatnj?  .� ! I-.I 11 �. li" l.riK liefo:.' t!i.- 1.. t !u1 in tltti Vi Mr Nt.td- nlte.n!> !i.i-i t�e [in- tun li M *' '� ami b.e is likely !.. ,ul,i '.o !h  tt'ltt-.iiev' Wifi: Ihe .lu:.'luob:'" !h" traitor and the an.'o ti n. k. I; looki a-, if the il'11Mt! =.* i. 11 � iir.u; a modem p-pal: bii. ',.�.-, T.'iflr Kj.ide batter* s-; 11. is al-.o at it ,i>-t Iiik attention. HEADLIGHT GLASSES. M.luv of ! ': llg'il .lifi'ii-inc ilovii es now p .pular at - i|. .|.-;ncd i rt n|ioi;-:.-v.h.-u in a ri'i'l.ui Jl.v> .J ;">-!� inn Vi br.'.'.p'n limy Uioscti ihcgl:'. � In their riii; si. that the whole lens creep:! arotiml ami the ilil'liisipn; propcifles are lo^: "Some of these gla-^es h:>v,i-a means of anchoring tln'tu tinu'ly In iilace. but others have r.ti', anil it Is up to the car owner to see mat th"y are properly in place. Screws may lie I'scd fur fastening them and a lock �.i.-hi'|- should bo inserted undo:' each of them. LOCKING THE CAR. M:>;>> modem cars tire fitted with a battery ignition system in which the distributor arm is removable. I'.y removing this arm the car owner makes it pos.iiblo to steal his vehicle only by tewing it away or by fitting another distributing urm. The arm may bo reniovctl pimply by unclasping the distributor cover to which the wires tiro attached. It usually happens that there is only one way in which thin arm will fit, so that there need he no worry about replacement. tuu.a Ib-ei-ntM-tn, happy limn Th- till no litii't �> tin- ,t.i''. �� tout i" I." ll�s gat tile tirftufl. l'aen . s..u 11I..I1 to buy .iiiine Jul. i-, iin-- . .� iiin-1  p.-i'iiilt vim li pro.Im�> Vou'll ^IVc (tie iliile when villi lli'lr li.nii il-nc-ihi. lour bti tlimark iiiol vniir coin, and o-U v.mr mother' oiir Iranti Voii'll Ket a qilar: of r.a-. perh.oi.. ulieji passed by tin-ottlclal ch.iii-. ,-vini you have taker. Hole.iin oaiii iliiil you me sound or inc. or leif b. Wlo-ii then-i no gas at any price, am1, all mir i-.ii-> are put nti Ice. wnr's iioni-i-i will eniiie homo in iis, and wo will kiw-'i imr teeth and cmsi. When uji iho dlriy road we drill, and I'hiu'i tin steep and rocky hill. r.il '.ravel .Ireets wltSnul ail Olid on spiiviiiei! i.-j;j thin .-r.-ak and bend, we'll wisp. :Ua' weary war might cease, we'll offer tifty ' cents fur, ponce. Old liobbin may once mure approach, to haul tho surrey or the coach, ami us vvc push his form along, we'll know that wars a bitter wrong. l-"unr milei an hour will be our speed if we're reduced in such -a need. We'll iTvvat him roundly with the whip, In vain attempts to make him skip, and as his dusty back wa crease, we'll offer sixty cents for peace. v -( The theme's too painful to proceed; I'll get my boat, a nil show some speed. WOULDN'T VOTE IT OUT. Albany, X. V, March 117.-The assembly codes eommlU.ee iHto yesterday refused to vote out the Mcl'ue Hoxlng Hill, which would if it became a law, re-cslablish boxing in the stale. Model 39, Seven Passenger Touring Car Model 38, Four Passenger Roadster Introducing For The First Time In Canada The VEUE "BILTWEL" Bigger, Better, More Power Is the watchword of the Velie production. Velie cars are representative of the best in automobiles. The Velie Motors Corporation of Moline, Illinois, are one of thef'oldest established and most reliable manufacturing firms in the world. This concern has an established and envious record of long years standing as a maker of high-class vehicles and since entering the automobile construction field more than a decade ago, they have succeeded in adding to their reputation as makers of high class vehicles. The Velie Is Here To Stay And we know it will become an instant favorite with the people of this district, for not only does it appeal to the eye as a thing of beauty, but its worth has been proven by the thousands of Velies now in use in the State of Montana, under conditions quite similar to those obtained here, and the thousands of satisfied Velie owners in the border state, are the strongest kind of evidence that the Velie is the one outstanding automobile adapted to the needs of Alberta. The New Velie "BiltweF Six line Establishes New Standards of Motor Gar Beauty Nine superb body styles now clothe the latest Velie Biltwel Series. Every motor car enthusiast will appreciate the aristo- cratic lines, smart upholstery, choice coach finish, and wealth of refinement in those little details which please and satisfy and which experience only can produce. / The Leader in the Light-Six Field It is generally admitted that Velie made more automobile history the past year than a"hy other car, regardless of price. Now with a range of models more extensive than before, satisfactory mechanically in every respect, and a development of body designs distinct and apart from the commonplace, all Velie friends -owners and dealers alike will be proud of this new achievement. The Velie is by right of superiority, the leader in the Light Six field. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO FORWARD CATALOGUE ON REQUEST THE STANDARD GARAGE Model 38, Five Passenger Touring Car 'hird St. South Sole Agents and Distributors Lethbridge Telephone 564 Model 38, Five Passenger Sedan ;