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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOK TUN DAILX SATURDAY, MAY J, Exhaust OF THE AUTO N With the Motorists of South. Alberta Garage I p-- -ft Southern Autoists To Lethbridge Ufais Year Pathfinding Motor Trip Will Take'itj.-Many. Points o( Interest in States and Alberta. Under ilie leadorr-iiip of C. E. Slay, field secretary o( tha Automo- bile Club of Southern California, cii- ias Ic the ;uul west of Alberta, which. are .interested, iu ihe ne-.v Uanlf'lo-Grauit Canyon road, expect to direct a pitthfindfag motor expedi- tion to arid Lake Louif e early iu June. News of this trip was troughi to Calgary by M. Max Good- Bill, of Ifolcua, Montana, who repre- sents tht Helena. Rotary Cluh :mii Yellowstone The purpose of the.tour is to an-j nounco the thousands of motor tourists now in California ihet il is possible, to drive to Ih" Canadian Rockies and comfort. .Start on June 1 Los AngEles Juna 1. the first day's tour will be, to Uarsicw. Arizona, ami the second day to Wll- Hams, Arizona. From Williams the cars will datoyr to Grand Canyon, where a .4ay will be spent at El To- var hotel on the south rlra. On .thu fburti day the party will proceed tu KIou National Park .in U'ali, and haif v day be spent there. The party will then proceed to Salt Lake City, SAlunfj an overniEht stop at Pau- 'TJtah. .Cars, representing (h-: Utah State Automobile Association will conllirue with .the touring paity to LaKi Ionise. The, seventh night will find the 'm Idaho Falls, Idaho, Rnd.oa the eighth evening they will be iir'rellousibhe.-Psrk., Two days will :be spent iv tho 'Yellowstoiio and on the-, raorufbg of the elevtnth day. the cars will toward Butte, 31on-1 .tana, where- a.Tisit'will be paid to the copper mfjiqs.-- From Bulto the! party will drive to Helena, where tho Gate of th'e Koeiy Mountains .-n-lll be by'motor ioat.-in Great Montana.'a'visit will'fee paid to'the Rainbow Palls of the Jllssourl river. Tho tourists eiveot -to bo In Glac- ier Park for the qiirteonlb. and four- of Uis trip. The-y will leave.on tho fifte-tHUi tiay (or hHTH- BWDGIp 'and half the going one route andlbalf tho other. OA the slstcenth day. from Ixia Angelcsi to'reach Calgary and fronv lijiro sroceesj to BaufC and Lake Louise, allowlug four'daya. Tho entire way1 is plajiacd. for twenty i 6fys. I Mr.'Gpodslll said that (he eiact starting the' tour would rot! bB set, until 'tbej weather' clears. The' plan-li lo come horth as soou'as road conditions perm'i An inspection will be mad6 of the Banff to Grand Can- yon road'markings.and a very con- siderable bC InternationaV pub- licity'secured. Banff Road "Tho Banff to Grand Canyoli road lias .been laid, out to, cross and ex- .change tourists -with all tho irans-continental motor highways o! tho Ualted said Mr. "it takes the east and Vest business of the' Lincoln highway, the Yellow- the Pike's Ocean to Ocean', the Midland route, the. Nation- al old trails nnd Ouster highway, and.the Roosovelt memor. idl highway. This north ;md south load Is of groat value to Albsna be- cause It will bring to your parks and cities motor travelers from the Unit- ed States In great numbers. The great- eat tourist objectives In America are located on ihe Banff to Crand Can- yon Gmnd Canyon. Xlon, National Yellovsumii I'ark. Glacier National IxHhbridge. Waterlon l-akes. Daurf and l.nke Louiiie. "Wo find in that .when a motorist sees our park, he asks, 'where cab. we go from send him to tho Rutky Motm tsin N'auonal Park Denver, ta Mount Rainier Xatlonnl Park to der. .Vfitlonal Park, but the slrone truVc'l is to'the touring objectives.In tha United States. We have not realii cd that automobiles could.get over your roaus in Canada. have not understood that one could motor north from Montana to the Canadian Rocli- Ics irilJi degree of comfori or suraly of arriving. The Banff to Grand Canyon road will.-give us n marked .way to send people liere and It will give Canadians a good road Into Montana." REGINA HAS REGISTERED AIBPROME HEGIffA, Sask.. MKJ l.-Re- gina has the, honor of .having tho'fifsi airplane registered in Canada, the pilot's.llcenw.-und ihe first.alf engiuc-er's license niid the first registered- air. harbor, or nlr- drome, tn- Caaada, Col. Scott acil -Major-BrUtoc. of tho certi- firate branch of the air board Harris Tells Detroit of S. Alberta TWO MILLION TIRES. .IS CANADA'S OUTPUT I From the following arltcle, that ap ft be seen that 'Mr. D.'E. ta Lieut" Of come was busy boosting this district while oa his recent tour of the east The provinces of Western Canada are alive to the need cf well posted and good according to D. K. Hafrij, president of ihe South Alberta Oood and Motor Traffic Association, who was a vis- itor ot.'.'Wetroll. -Automobile Club headquarters. Hotel Toiler, recently. Mr. Harris' association, which has its offlees .at. l-ethbridge. Alta., has co-operated .with other organ- ;tad tils machines through iheir [Uces recently. Part of the tests for 3 commercial'pilot's license is a 175-mile cross- couutty Irtp and a night flight. auce? How many times have not the automobiles themselves bnzn unjust- ly tor the. resultant mishaps? What different tales might we not .in marking the Red Trail for bear i! motor car's thai have figured) WO mile's. Vest from Winnipeg! tjiiis 1TRP PIHPQ Jllm bLUDo Time May Coinc Soon When Supply Will Not Equal licmand NpW through the Association and Uic Na- m.obile: Chamber; of :Com- morce :nre urged to conserve jaso- lino, and.-to corporate in every way poipibla in the nioveracjat that -trill ha -launched to reduce ffjsplln'e The Army of Constipation Is OrowiiQ SoHller Every Day CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PULS responsible, Not only relieve constipa- digestion, sal- low Bkln they never elabl'" habiu I'urely m. CARTER'S IRON mis, Nature's great nerve and blood tonic for i nkenmatlsm, Nervonsnesi, "new Fewale Weaknesi. TORONTO In Cenira of Shopping and Business Dislrict 250 ROOMS t "The'., .present situation' is not Bravely says an official, "but it not taken to st'6p: fuel wastage. The constant risQ in the price 'of crude oil is forcing up the coat of and the best 'method of combatting this, particu- larly with automobile -salsa mount- ing the way they are, is to practice economy. "1 thirilc that motorists every- where agree that, -tho adjust- ment of their carburetors, which in suggested as tho slirst mnve in the campaign, should he undertaken once; and 1 bcllorc that a flat rate (o; the service would lead tho vast majority of drivers to have, this dona '.'All car owners 'will 'bo requested not to :permll: their engines to re- main running while the vehicle is waiting for them. WhilQ this appeal will be addressed especially to tha drivers of. trucks, who are thorough- ly guilty because of the lack o[ starters on "the machines, It can also be read 'and acted upon by the own- ers of passenger cars. "Witli.tbe price of where it is, there can .IJB no reasonable, ex- cuse for letting the engine run in a touring car or runabout, because such dereliction cost us all money." In such incidents could be brought to li.'o and permitted to tell their of the The next time you look upon nn automobile "piled up" on the side- of the-road, don't judge tno car top harshly; dou't; out of .ill. fah-noss, jump to tho conclusion that something went wrong with tho i-ar at a critical momeutt-that it failed in its adver- tised faithful performance. Similarly, when you read in your morning'newspaper of a peculiar au- tomobile accident, In which ona or more persons were Injured, or perhaps killed, don't conclude that all the fault lay with tho automobile. have been extenuating circumstances surrounding the inci- dents that led to the accldeut For instance, the driver of lie wrecked machine may have been "spooning" at tie time of the mishap. Kverythipg, has its place, but in the front seat of an automobile is-entirely out ot place. Countless accidents have been caused by Umt .Very.'sort of Better it is to postpone such indulgences, or pastimes, until the journey's end is reached. Or, maybe the happy couple that yields to the temptation of the moment, for whom wedding bells are soon to ring, may not: live, to enjoy wonderful moment. .Hay ihe peal of ti'elr .wedding affording a marked highway entirely across the western provinces and back into tho States, connecting with tao roads for Yellowstone and Glacier National" Pavks. It is "possible, now for a motorlsl to tour from Detroit (o Vancouver H.C., ovctvwoll posted highways, ac- cording to Mr. Harris. Theso routes can he followed over tie- Hetroit Au tomoblle CIubrs.rbitte to Chicago.-then over the Yellowstone highway or-the National Parks highway- to-St.-Pail and aud from the .twin cities to Winnipeg, where The-Rei Trail connects for the west. In addition to marking the Red Trail, the South ..-Alberta association a good road from Lfllb. bridge west -to the summit of the Canadian Rockies, which is the divid ing line between Alberta and British Columbia. The latter province plans to build 50 miles of highways through the mountains this year, thus giving the Dominion an all-Canadian highway from the east: to, Vancouver oil Uie Pacific coast The route at present through West era Canada to the coast into the states and west through Mou tana and to'Seattle ant north "to Vancouver. Harris in formed Captain W. S. Galbralti, mas ager of the Detroit'-Automobile Club that any of the ul hells not be turned to a funeral dirge, to the coast this lamm'e'r over travelling thi THINK OF HOW MUCH YOU DEPEND ON rlyrtwo years': purpose's. It iiiTevery .inchvand. ciperlence.'in'the of storage batteries for all Every featorc of it and ils performance is backed up by the of storage- batteries m the need of of lighting '.r'r ElRVICE STATION J. D. THOMPSON 718 THIRD AV6. S. or Many Accidents Caused Because Young People Get Foolish Would you, )ry Talcs, a-wooln; go? All right, old boy. so 'rich! to' It y luck be with yon. and if thero are In the gnrao, mav tho man in tho. infereat of snWv good health, don't do your wooing or I "aimontng" behiinl the wlmcl "f your motor car while rollliiB ''.own the open highway, In and among its by-ways. For such practice is a most im- healthy diversion, and is fraught with the grravtst rtanse-.-s. Sooner or cr you will conic to grief, for thi- card! aro "stacked" against you, and you win pay the loll. "Spooning" on road while driv- inff nn automobilt-, bc'-iincloiiljt- an cxhlfnratlnx who rnn say, or would say, serious ncnidenls have nnl caus- ed by Jiijt atich uu iodiscrmt jitrfurija- Chance never drew a neat picture nor built a fair fioute. In the.making of Partridge Tires nothing is left to perfection is secured by craftmanship scientifi- cally directed, and rigid inspection insures out- quality. Partridge Tires are all that good Tires can possi- bly be, E Their Name The dally production ct automobile Ires in OnUrjo today is Just three- Quirters of the' annual production In yesteru Canada roads will be well afceri care of by the South Alberta Md otter aseodatlonu. Canada in 1S10., Practically the entire Canadian output, ot course, la in this province. Today there aro ninu larse tire fac- tories in Ontario, empolylng thou- sands of men m the in ann fact are of automobile, tires, tvltu'two other fac- tories la the 'course of construction. Kach working day these are turning out souie completed a'ltomobllo tires. One. alone at New Tor- onto pros- pect of doubling this production dur- ing year. In 1520 all Can- ada's tiro factories combined will pro- duce about automobile tires. This will ho'atr Increase of about 40 per cent, over the previous year. Forty-five hundred different models of motor1 cars have been manufactured since 1905. The Car is growing in favor .among metvwho have used cars for several ycarst'' 'Alvyays comforrable in all-extremes of .tKe: Coupe is the ideal car where a limited1: :passenger carrying capacity is heeded. Fpr business and professional'needs or .forj social'or' patriotic duties the McLaughlin; Master Six Coupe is the choice .of "jWotor Wise." LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD MASTEIL SI How Canada Solves t Closed Cp Problem wants a light-wight. Sedan for year 'round use.- Now it is.possible to own this beautiful Four-Door Sedan, to drive it over all roads with comfort and safety on account of Triplex Springsl 1' They make possible its light which jnearis case of great economy. In summc'r-the Sedan's wide ivin- doWs welcome every passing breeze. Should it turn dusty, showery or cold the car at once affords snug shelter. created this beautiful 'Se'dan. It is 'a' tribute to manufacturing skill. Sec this car at your nearest Over- land dealer's or write for catalogue, P. M. McKINNON Lelhbridge, Phone 740 Cardsion Dealer: LYLE HOLLAND Head Office and Factories: Willys-Ovcrl.ind Canada Brandies: Toronto, Montreal, ar f I II; I- ;