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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY'29.1920 T.HB LEtHEnTnGK DAILY HERALD Sir James Aikins Will Formally Convention; Many Pa- pers on Important Subjects Will Be Read Officials. By Prominent Sir James Atkins, K.B., Lieutenant Governor of the province of Manitoba bas signified that he ivlll tormall.v open Charles Stewart, Premier of Alberla. while Sir Lorner Gouin, Premier- ot Qiiehec will also be present 1C bo Is tack from his European trip In llmo to keep the engagement. If not, bis place will be takeu by the Hon. J. A. Testier, Minister of Heads. Among the other speakers at the opening cession are the Hon. (i. A. GrlerEon. Minister- of 'VubHc Manitoba; Hou- C. Minister of Pntiiic Works. Ontario; Hon. W. 0. tho Seventh Canadian Good Roads provincial Treasurer, tonvention at .Winnipeg on Tuesday, oec. the lloa J; H. June 1. aud will give au address en the value of improved htehways 23 nn the progress o' the Domin- ion, llo will bo by tho Hon. T. C. Xorrls, Premier of Manitoba, by the Hon. E. 0, Drury, Premier of. On- tario, the Hon. M. Martin, K.C., Premier of Saskatchewan, tho Hon. Min- ister of Public Works, British Colum- blu; tho Hon. S. J. Latta, Minister of Highways. Saskatchewan; Hon. J. P. Venlot, Minister of Public Works. New Brunswick; Premier 0. H. Murray, ol Scotia. Premier H. J. Bell. K.C., I Island, Mayor Chas D. WPLETELY DRiPPLED Terrible laperiwce il Mr. J. It la Ecldom that anyone who has bdoa Dually to OTery weather- condition does not contract itfjne form cf Kidney or Rheumatic trouble. la cold, settling la tlie kidocysj so weakens those im- portant organs that they aro unable to filter th-s.Trasto and poison out of tba Llood. The'lalter ia carried through- out the body, causing uric acid io ac- tcialica, neuralgia, constipa- tion, torturing paica in'-back. and side O, Gray> 6( CO-OPERATE WITH COPS When a motor car is slolen owner. In the majorily of cases, is unablo to give the no- C- lice any detailed Information about bis automobile. -The re- suit Is that the thief retains the tar, and the owner suffers be- cause ho simply neglects to Jot down lu his memo book a tew figures which aid Iho authorities in locating his property. If you have nol already re- -I- corded the following facts about your car, do so at once, v You can never tell when this information will be of the ut- most concern to you: Knglne number; serial number uf veh- Iclo; serial .number of tires; model number. fy ff .s tf president of the Canadian Automobile and B. Michsud, ScL minister of roads, Quebec. Tho con- vention will bo crcslded over by S. L. Squire, the president of tho Canadian Good Roads Association, who Js or- ganizing the convention as part of Us educational campaign for bettor high- ways. National Importance The official program of the conven- tion, .which. Is 5ust Issued, Indicates the Importance of It from a national as v.-ell as a provincial aud municipal I point of view, for there will be ilis- i ciiEslons on subjects that have to deal causing unc uciu tu us- I with all these classifications. The cumulate in'tne joints, with consequent I opening address of the afternoon ses- ibeumatisni, stiff joints, arrollen Enkletj fsion will be by C. A. Magratb, chair man of tho Highway Commission of the Dominion Government, who will with Federal aid in highway can and head. 'These ills can all he made right. Oin Pills nud sure relief. Horror give quick, ceitaitt j strncticn, being followed Ijy B. O. Head what Mr. J. Hathaway, of the U.S. liureau of Pub- lic noacls, Minneapolis, wlio will Ion State aid In road build ins. Tho Provincial Highway Engineer of Sew .Brunswick, B. M. Hill, will give a j paper on gravel roads, a subject ol j much Interest to the west, while. A. 1 Fraser of the Quebec-Provincial High i ways Department will advise tho dele- "I have heeu ..crippled np fio completely, that.I could not stand. (AVork was out of the question. A feT7 doses of Gin Pills put mo light. :I Cftiuiot praiso Gin Pilla too muoh, and homo ahould have a boi." Gin Pills can help you. If you suf- gates on surface and subsoil drainage, fcr from .backacho, or have tbatdread- i Prof. A. H. litaachard .of the Unlvers ful feeling of lassitude, with floating jty of Michigan, will describe modern specks before the eyes, highly-colored' urine, Etono in tbe bladder aud gen- eral debility, get Gin Pills at on-e. At .ill druggists or dealers, 60e. Mosey refunded if jou aro not relieved, A sample large enough to demoutrate Its value, free oa request. The National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. United road machinery, which plays such an Ontario will speak on the importance of keeping u traffic census, while. An- drew V. JlcCalluin, C.E., will give'an address 'on Refined Tar in construc- tion and maintenance, and J. A. Uuchastel de Montrouge, clly man- iger of Outreruont, P.Q., on 'Itoad Oils mil Carpel Coats, a subject of much ntcrest to every municipality in view >t the increasing niotor traffic. Highway Conference The Interprovlnclal conference of ilghway officials will bs held on Wed lesday afternoon, Juno 2, and 01 Thursday afternoon there will bo special conference of local and I'incial good roads.associations under :ho chairmanship of W. Findlay, will i view to exchanging ideas and evolv- ing the best method of cc-operating ivlth each oilier and tho national ;anlzatlon in order to carry on the campaign for improved highways. During the convention there will'bi lemonstrations of actual road makiuf by the Canada Inset Co., and of roac rading and dragging by the rain (irowors' Ltd. iinrl ICpDy Powel Ltd. Moving pictures showing the actual construction ot all kinds of ilghways will be shown by the On- tario Government, who are also send- ing their road models to tho exhibi- tion, which will be an important part of the convention. Tho annual dinner .and enEcrlaiii- mcnt takes place on the Tuesday eve- tho P.oyal Alexandra Hotel, tiie convention headquarters, while tho annual general meeting of the part in highway recon. On the sqcond day of the Important sfructlpu. I convention the- presiding officer for tho I morning session will be T. P. Hcgar. 'the proceedings commencing with an address on roads as an aid to agri culture. TMs will te followed by a acter arc diseases of the highest im- paper by A. P. Saudlcs, secretary o' Crushed Stone Assccla tlon, .Columbus, Ohio, on econoinica Methods of Transporting Ttoad Mater lals. Much iii'ertst will bo" attachet lo the paper by A. II. Hirst, State Highway Engineer, Madisoti, Wis.r on how to improve and maintain, earth clay and sand as also to'that o Geo. Hogarth, Chief Engineer Ontario Highway Department, Stone Roads.' The afternoon session presided ovei by Russel T. Kelley will open with an address by A. W. Campbell, Cornmis sloner of Highways for the Dominion j iJenzol, By-product Ovens, Hag Indications automobiles anil accessories will bo b-ild this year at Antwerp, Uelglum, ntwerp from all over the world. we shall have ,to, use something else aa fuel, for nur- automobiles. Tbe question is, what? Those who are making a Etudy of tbe situation think that we shall set !be substitute from coal. In every city there will be "by-pro- duct coke which will extract from the coat a light. oil available for the purpose. Tho coko can then bo used in our furnaces and for other ordinary fuel purposes. One ton of soft coal in tbo pro- coss of'coking gallons ol oil yields about three Drst-raie for motor fuel. At-present prices the heat In .the oil has twenty times the commercial value of the same amount of heat in the form ot coal. Germany during part' of the war was practically shut off from every supply of''mineral oil. She depend- ed ''for h'er motor fuel entirely on coal, putting tho latter through by- product coking plants. Uetoro long shall be obliged to do the samo thing. Part of the light oil in coal is wlilch In time of war is need- ed for the manufacture, of TNT Modern warfare requires enormous quantities of this substance for mak Ing liigb-eirjloslye shells. During the first part of the war the allies came near defeat'tor Jack of it. Another by-product from the cok Ing of one ton o[ soft coal is cubic feet .of gas, available for cook ing aud uses. The coke itself makes an admirabli smokeless fuel for furnaces, It peo- ple could only be persuaded to us< it.; During the war a Canadian dis- tilled nc-ar-sasolino from waste strawr piles. The- Danes and Nor Canadian Good Roads 'Association I wpegians found that an internal com lakes piaco .on Wednesday evening, j bustlon engine could be made to The annual meeting of tho operate-'on fish oil. Australians have Automobile Association lakes place on the same day at noon. Tho official parties of delegates from the different provinces are being or- ganized by the directors of the As- sociation, and the Montreal and To- ronto delegates will leave on the 29th lust. If the Ontario legislature ends its session in.timc-.at least tvrenty 'of tho members will attend the conven- tion. Nearly ail the committee ot the Ontario Good un- der Chairman Lucius Alien will make tho'trip, witli'ilbelr wives, while sec- retary Ulrd .of Hie Good Heads Lca- brius a The be open to all tuccf.British Columbia will liis delegation.' learned that alcohol made from sugar and molasses would do in casi of necessity. The iiir-cooled engine holds grea possibilities. It is not unlikely ilia it will ultimately replace the water cooled engiue for automobiles an'< truck .piirposcs. Through the abbli (ion. of fhe watertooling system th' average 'passenger- automobile can h constructed so much lighter that a considerable saving in operating costs will result from' this factor alone. !n addition, the increased thermal effi- ciency of the air-cooled engine sub- reduced fuel consumption. One of the oil companies has com' Muy 15 and will finish on June 13, aud includes motor cars, tires and woeels, mechanical parts and s.eparate and all Eurts ot accessories connected with the automobile industry, .The second exhibition ruus from Juno 2'j to July aud win make a of commercial vehicles, agri- cultural tractors, camions and motors. The third show will take ulace trout August 7 to September 15, and be devoted to motorcycles, sidebars, bi- cycles, etc., including accessories. Consular reports indicate -that-Bel- gium offers a good market for manu- facturers ot automobiles, cycles aud accessories; aliEQ for TOmni'-'rcial veh- icles and tartn tractors. (Accessories and parts arc specially scarce, there at ths present time. There Is also a large demand for bicycles pn account, of ihe BOW selling'at prices. 300 to 400 cent, above- pre-war Temporary free entry will bo ob- tained from the Belgian custom liouto for foreign exhibits, and every possi- ble facility will be given to foreign' exhibitors. ORIGINAL STUFF prospect to Says the frolicsome the used car salesman .The radiator wears a cap, The tub? affects a shoe, r The body boasts of a coat oi Tbci wheels display cue, too. The taii disports a leather belt; The tiro wears a boot, But since the car lucks vest and The Srat exhibition commenced on ot the country', and which arc hardly think 'twill suit. AT ALL SPEEDS THE dependability; the' speed and the; efficient performance of the McLaughlini Master Six are characteristically Canadians The demands of business and the long] distances to be covered in Canadian both demand the the comfort of "CANADA'S STANDARD LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. ELEVENTH ST. a Coverament, who will put forward SUB- I munitipalitiea all over'the .Dominion re to Piled some data which shows that interested in highway improvement, j tho average water-cooled passenger whether members of the Canadian automobile runs about twelve miles Gocd Roads Association or not, a gallon of gasoline, compared with, eighteen miles a gallon for the system, liver is ths largest ami one Ji el-chairman oJ gallons lor. financing a provincial Col. -W. D. Sohler, the Massachusetts liie most important organs of thi body. Its duty is to prepare and se- crete bile, and servo as one of tho filters of the body, cleansing it ot all impurities and poisons. Theroforo when the liver gets.out of order it is the starting of trouble In nearly every liart of tho body. Keep the liver active by using Mil-.engini burn's liaia-Mver Pills and you iTllllnieal, province of British Columbia, ttiave no hcavtburri, constipation, btl-J On Thursday morning the Hon. S. Highway Commission, Boston, will sneak of the Bituminous treatment of Sand Roads, while road dragging and maintenance will also, he discussed. The organization ot provincial high- ways departments to obtain and main- tain high standards of efficiency will bo spoken pf by A. B. Foreman, chief engineer of the Public WoVriB depart .iousness, sick or bilious headaches, dull, yellow nycs, brown blotches, sal- low complexion, coated tongue, Jautt- J. iratta will preside, arid the opening address will be by Gen. C. A. Mitchell, Dean of the School of Science, Uni- dice, catarrh of the stomach, or tho versity of Toronto, who will speak on jininfiil protruding internal or bleed- Schools for Highway fcnglneerlng. ins piles. Mrs. Jr-'nn Kadey, Chtpman, N. B., havo used Milburn's tcrest also nttaches to tho paper by M. A. Lyons, Chief Engineer of the Manitoba Cool Roads Board, on High- i.iver Pills for some time and can re-, way Bridges and Culverts, while W. ccinincnd them lo any one' suffering .H. Connell, of Philadelphia will speak from heartburn and livci'. trouble. 1 on Asphaltic Concrete Pavements, tried other remedies, but they only re: and W. I1. Near, city engineer of St. licved ino tor a short time. I always Catharines, talk of cement recommend Laxa-Lltcr Pills to all concrete roads. The closing session sufferers ns think thoy arc a val- iu the afternoon will be presided over nahlc remedy." by A. McOillivray, and llio opening i Milburn's. Laxa-Uvcr Pills are address -by W. Findiay, of Toronto, on aM vial nt all dealers or moiled direct the value ot.tlic local association in mi receipt, ot prico by Tho 3'. Milbnrn n nation-wide' highways movement. Co.. Limited, Toronto, The Deputy Minister of Highways for QUICK SEATING STEP JOINT PISTON RINGS are arranging to send so that Ihe first national convention for EQOd roads !n the V.'sst bo one of the largest and most iniportaot gatherings held since tho' ronnallou of the. Association. v: Teg Motorists Invited West Lake Louise Touring Party Leaves Winnipeg on June 24 May Winnipeg. motorists ore Invited to .take part in tho tour from Winnipeg (o i.nko Louise, which Is to be conducted un- der the auspices ot tho Calgary Auto mobile club, anrt which is scheduled to leavo Winnipeg on Juno 24. W. Lent, of the Calgary baa been appointed tour chairman, and in a letter fiddressed to Secre- tary Bmmolt, ot tho Winnipeg Auto- mobile club, expresses tho hope thai quite a number of Ihe Winnipeg members will be nble lo take pan in tho tour to one of tho beauty, spots of Canada and let .the sister club show lUsm a sample of western pltaiity durins their slay In the Any member of Winnipeg clr.b u'h.i cannot see their way clear to iBs'ro tijo entire trip are Invited in part in Ihe rjn for as far as (hoy ;.r? able, .-.rd Ir. order to make sure that will uc rvRylded with suitable- accommodation un rnulu nro asked to seiirt their and mhlrs-sso.s lo Secretary Krnmotl, Soott biuck. who will make the arrnngcmonts for them with the Cni- club. It sliould ho possible for r.t least fifty or sixty ol Ihe Wlnn'peg motor- lo go as far as Brar.don, Vink-p. or Kcgina, spending a pteasaut six days in tho compariy ot; the loiirlsls ;boforo returning 'tu: Winnipeg, anil they can bo assured Dial thoir trip will be nwdp especially pleasant, iiuo (n I he fact that all. tlie cities anil, .towns en route, hro prepared to ex-' tend a wclcomp !o the .visitors. Tno has .been set somewhat laler than was nt first intended so an to ensure tho best ctiunc? of fav- orable- weather and good roadp, Euul at the eame tlrao 'give ths tonrisls a lo F.CS what the crop pros- pccfa are during their rim through tlio western provinces. Several prom sea lo lake part have already been received by Secretary Kmmeft, and he inlends to person- ally escort the party as far as Bran- don, where he will be compelled to leave- them In order lo carry out a visit to the northwestern part of the province, which has been arranged for Eomo time past, average 'ail-cooled jjar. MASTER. r GRAY-DORT in Canada by Skilled Canadian Workers and Canadian Capital IF yon want to judge motor car examine the them.' You can Kt the value in the Gray-Dort. You can see where we have used more costly big improvements. And you know the price is only (plus war Our dealers tell us that Gray-Dort value ia creat- ing a shortage of cars. We would advise you to' see the Gray-Dort dealer now. The Gray-Dort 5-passeoger tourinf car 11465 r.o.b. Chatham,