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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta "AGE TKN MAY 29, JExhaust With the Motorists iGarage -a- J- JL Vx J- T JL 3V-J DOUtn proportion ot pasolino Irot crude oil- Other Product Available 'Touching on tho prospects for rfl i'.-.'f through the- raamifeclure of gasa lino great progrvss has biC'J niatlo. especially during llif t ;vo years, in completing proi't'sse.-i for obtaining motor spirits from oil miles au hour, xvitbout unueeessarj" uoiso und with great eftso o( comfort ol driving. "Thai is what is meant by the description family car. A good American machine is one which seems preeminently sober, cot to say se- date. It lias fep. spectacular fea- tures, and will in all probability ho handsomely beaten, engine for eu- gme, by any equally good Kuropoau car both in hill-climbing and 011 the level Yet at ihe end of x long day's run over roaiia you will probably BOC the American tar close behind its more sporiiog coni-i petitor. "Most of tho fiooii American cars are wtll adapted for women to indeed, they should be, cons erinfc the big proportion of women drivers Jii tho United States. In this respect they lay claim to the family label. The of the. household can usually take tho car out on long Journfi.vs without causing aiiy aux- iety to their relations." BRITISH MOTORIST IS TAXED H1GHEK THAN AMERICAN v ?ov- crnment to deJor until December li-1 abolition of the petroleum taxes aiid -In. creased imposts on Tbo cluingt1 in thtj tax .system by !ho Socieiy Molor and Traders, It wouM itrcvi'le a uioro burdou lor Iho KusHsh car owner, but lia still would UG taxed more heavily ihau the Atucrimn. A v v FRANCE BANS AUTOMOBILES llotor cars ;ui'3 chassis, along with nearly '.'M otlitr Horns ot interca- liuiial have but-u prohi- bited from..Importation Into I'runce. This ruling, wbicli was put into effect cm April SS, :s avgwedly (or the )iur- poso of reptiicling. b'rench buying THIS SYSTEM TELLS WHETHER YOU ARE SPEEDING OR NOT Taxes ATHENS, Mar Policemen of ways designed as a family car. The' tlifs cits' tavo on oDTectlvo and rather _ type o( eoath work, liv r.ilds, does not auiquo mctbod of curbiug siiocrtlnBJ autoists. Officers arc posted utoas the principal streets, carrying nlauks overseas and thus.strengthening international value of the franc. tho CARGO INSURANCE TO HE GIVEN TRUCK _ _ AKU0X, Removal of tiio flaai barrier In the of thi motor ipcluslry mil n here in Ike atmouhcemout Iron the headquarters of a slilp by truck bureau that u plan has been by underwriters which permi insurance ai reasonable rates OB goods sbippeil by mold irv.ek. Under Ibe plan adopted protection afforded carriers and shippers la thq sbort haul motor transportation Deli will ibo :V3 full and complete, it waq said, that afturded tboso. sending foods ions distances bj- freight express. FIRST WOMAN GAME GUARDIAN TOHOXTO, Mar laura of this' city, was sworn Saturday as deputy -ganie warden :fotf Ontario. It is thought tbat this Is tbc first'appointment ol" a woman foj office in Canada. Vigorous Protests From Over Dominion Influenced Government affect the aHliougli, lie freely says, inosl Auicricau open foodies are moro roomy than those found on 19-0 European chassis. "The good American car." he 3ays, 'Scores on tho question of averages. j Several cars lately driven by tlie writer proved to lie distinctly All comfortable at any speed over 40 miles an hour. The cugiues would liuKin to show symptoms of thrash, things generally would begin vi- brale. and the comfort of driver and OTTAWA. May a vigorous to make a }qu special reauery product you ever hear of a percun for this state alone. H is scarcely curetl of chrvinic constipation dmgd? They relieve at the time some, but i.if ger doses are usatlly necessary from time to time. Nature's own care, Just pure sterilized vater, administer- ed 1'ivith the .is the only scientific nud pefrnaheut'. treat: meet. Don't forco Bathe Mrs. A. Mckebd. Sliddleboro'. B.C., Trrites. "For ten years I Buffered from constipation, and for Ihe last year I became ft -iwreck. I had awful pains to be especled-during a time I this J effect of the Oregon specific gravity protest f-ronj automobile dealers ail laiv is to require the. manufacturers over Canada, it is believed, prevented the-Eorerument in. levying i'is ne.w luxui-y tiix from applying" the taj to automobiles already burdened with nearly 100 per cent tases. Auto dealers prolesttil thai motor cats, all of which, with of tbreo 'makes, .'arc from the .yuited Slate's! with :tai'es and then tha-'govcrirmeiU'llilcflded lo'put another 10. per cent, on; .uec.iuse it bad made tbem luxuries. that tbey- will' have as their first concern the supplying of Oregon with of special gasoline. It is'inoro'joiical.'to' espect that the' a special: sped- ficdrioa'' he. -the flrst id be; ncg-' iii .query, .resarcing prospwtsy'or' ji >eiaeral'- b'oart'BEovia .the i u lure'Director passenger alike diminished in direct, ratio io the increase of speed. On the other hand, these cars have usu- ally shone at keeping to high studded with long sharp nails, and when they sec a car approaching at a rate they believe is excessive, they drop tho plank In front of machine. if the car is it cannot be stopped in Umc, and as a .result its tires are punctured; but if tho ma- chine is proceeding si i reasonable pace, it can be stopped beforo tho plank Is reached. The chief of polico Snds the sys- tem, is cheaper, than maiutaiuing a motorcycle, and has the additional advanlaee of making the capture ot speeders comparatively easy. THK OF-HOW MUCH YOU JEPJHDJH'YOUB. BATTERY It Is onu of ll'.e most vital features of your motoring. On_it you rto.pnud tor the "ivhlrz ami whirrs" that starts your car, as well as. for the lifilliaiice of tlie Hglits marking your night path. For safety's sola, nothing else you should insist oil r STARTING LIGHTING ItMs quality in every inch and ounce, ertlbodying Uiirty-twq years' experience-In iho manufacture of storage batteries for all purposes. Kvcry featuio of it is thoroughly service proved and its performance Is backed up by the reputation of the largest maker of storage batteries'iu the'world. "Exidt" Service :vilt meet; every need at every make of starting and lighting battery: EXIDE SERVICE STATION J. D. THOMPSON 71B THIRD AVE.S. kinds or.mediclnn an d-macy; doctors without permanent benefit. !L was an act of Providence'thatl-saw Uie J, B. L. Cascado advertised. The first time I usod it 1 felt relieved, and in three weeks .1' "was completely cured. My habits are now quite 3-eeular, and am in hecJth than have been for. years. 1 anr very Lrankful to bo doing, my own work again." The JJJ.L. Cascade is the perfected Invention of Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell of JJew York for internal bathing, li is now being shown and explained at tue Jled Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. Phone or ask' tbem''for free booklet Ml about write Tyrreli's. Hy- Eian-c Inftltcto. 163 College St, To- How Canucks Are Tsxed Demand Greater Than, .Supply; j Here is an insl.int-ej'bafjd ch au- iiientic figures, of how'Canadians :ire tales, .hureaii of-mines thai thero'h'as'been a increase !n the production of crude oil during the nine years prior to 1S19. being about 95 per cent. By Improved meth- ods of manufacture during these same nine years the quantity of gasoline made in the-United Stales ,ha's ;in: creased by 560 per cent., while fho an-indicated by the number ol gas" engines In use, has increased 1700 per cent. These comparative figures show plainly that supply Is not keeping pace with demand. "Notwithstanding this tremendous demand, however, It is expected that manufacturers will be able to meet the situation by enlarging their mulcted bv th'o route when they purch'ase a'lnodenitciy priced car: American net price to dealer.S2.000.00 American tvcr IILS, 5 per cent 100.00 Canadian duty, 35 per cent, on net price, plus u.-S; war 735.00 Canadian excise tax, 15-.per cent. 425.00 53.2C0.25 American war tax, not paid, but" dutiable......... 100.00 finery, by improved methods, them "to get a Pins freight charges, averag- ing Plus U.S. exchange, averaging 110.0Q Cord or Fabric. TIRES Gdmeos Their Name Economy a savings bank into which men drop penniet and get doll a rs in return, economy of Partridge Tires is in their durability. By giving long service they save new tire costs, and their de- pendable weaVing qualities elim- inate the ex- pense of repairs. 10 nerctrnt. on 210.00 Price paict by deal- Prom these figures it is apparent tliat the individual'buyer pays with in less than of twice the price his brother across the internattonnl j tine jinys for a motor car. Benefits One Manufacture The high tariff is uiainlnlsed for the of only ono Canadian j manufacturer, the McLaur-nh'n com- j party, "finch nctualLy frifmu'iiclures (bodies and chassis lor iis cars, and I imports Buick engines from the states .0 ojHjratc them. H IK thus ahlo to sell i Uuick for UIR price of a "Cadillac In Use United States. The Overland aii_d ccmpsnie.s hfivo branch fac- crios In Canada, am] ihey thus reap ho hsiiefit of the tremendous larilf. Tlie sovernmeat collects only ii per cenl. duty on raw mrUcrinls, UNASSAILABLE ARGU- MENTS IN FAVOR OF AUTOMOBILES (1) The moJor has; been- re-1 sponsihle for the opening of closed roads. lor the building of new j and for the improvement of old j ones. I (2) Tt has freed from onerous btirddi of hauling tho; heavy loails cluit arc now transported' by trurilc. r 3) The meclinnlHin ;irnl engine have been jic-rf'-clcd to utith -an ex- tent that thft stalled or car ia an extrenio rr.rity on tno street. (4) .Tho nuLomnhilr, has Ucrn of tsliinahlo vnltic to UK in Hit: decode durine [h'j numy rwl -i His, (5) It han revolution in our traffic Y allowing your garage man to imitation parts in __> repairing your car you not only invite repeated repair. Mils and more serious breakdowns, but you actually endan- ger your own life and the lives of others. Cheap and inferior parts used in connection with the steering control are liable to cause'accidents of a very serious nature, You Risk Your Life When You Use Imitation Spindles In a recent test the tensile strength of the genuine-Ford Vanadium Steel spindle arm was found.to be over 100% more than that of the counterfeit machine steel part. The arms were submitted to shock, and the counterfeit arm brqke at a pulling force equivalent to pounds applied to a cross section. The pulling force applied to a corres- ponding cross section of a genuine Fore) spindle arm did not even change its original size or s5iape. In order to separate the genuine spindle arm it was necessary to apply a pulling force of pounds, The spindle arm is one of the vital parts en- tering" into the control of a car, and by using spurious parts in such places, Ford owners are risking lives and property. Genuine Ford Springs Imitation Springs Genuine Ford front and rear springs are made of Vanadium spring steel having a tensile strength of pounds per square inch, and an elastic limit of pounds. Every genuine Ford spring is tested in the factory. Front springs are subjected to a pressure of pounds. In the fatigue test the average gen- uine spring will stand strokes before breaking. Rear springs arc subjected to a pressure of 2000. pounds. and the average genuine spring will absorb .strokes before breaking. Imitation springs'are. generally made of car- lion steel having u tensile -strength'of only pounds per square inch and an elastic limit ot pounds. In ordinary service they so'on flatten put. You are merely protecting yourself and avoiding repeated repair bills wljen you demand genuine Ford parts, Only Genuine Ford Parts Can be Used with Safety Look for the Sign FORD GARAGE, Dealers Leihbridge A, RVEALE, Dealer..... -'Warner KING Green, Dealers Raymond TABER MOTOR CO, Lid, Dealers Tabei ;