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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN. TMt? SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. Left I.Y Agrarian Group BIG TOOT ill One Hundred and Seventy- Three People Killed During Month of October almost uulverf al effort to remove .aud. Ke from the highways and i-ity streets, ________ .Nowadays the dosed car U sweep-1 i lug iuto fuvor. says tho bureau. Oc; NKIV YORK, Hundred cupantri the cars up longer'become ami seventy-three persons M'cre killed otiff with rcold VT au'irer Croiu the-; t'7 autoiiiuuitca in Xcvr.Ycrk stats dur- flinging blasts that rush iu through ing October, according fo a report by flapping side curtalus. With tho j the National Highways I'rplectlve So-1 closed car It's motorist clety. This an Increase of Is as comfortable as though he October, iu a Pullman railroad coach. the past month 67 persons j t Motorists have learned to beat win- ter'at his and no longer] isar'hb cold blasts'or road-blocking: stonus. On tho interest days ihe.v rlda in roinfort. disregarding zero temperature or raging blizzards. Only the most faint-licai ted store their cars till red- Mooded motorists use themrday In through ttc coldest weatherr The increased use of auto- mobiles, says the Travel and Trans- port bureau, of the K. tjoadricu Rubber ia largely due to use of closed sedaas, limousines and im- i prevised elosed-in to the JdANANEfE Strange Noists Are Always Warning of Something Serious Amiss national, authorities. A few years nioro than 13 were practically forsotten j lhc at ;ar'gjj (he report re- till.spring, but now the au- rarocd seven persons killed bv Irolloy thdrllies'in all wideawake localities Jivc by WaS6us, ligh- ted .they are neglecting a most Accidents.. while porfanl of. their -.rork if they nojrjllrag uot.ieen ..the roads open the year round. R C Henden M I1 Brandon recently explained why he -refused to desert the government when Hon. T. A. Crerar weut to the cross tench cs. M mm i (he exhibitors at the 19M I automobile: salon, to be held at the Commodore JCsn City, It to 21, will be, cev; types and-styles of England ami Causes of all imusual noises and squeaks on trucks should he Investi- gated immediately, as neglect or delay raay result iu a costly accident. Au ImiriCdfate insuectton.of a noisy differ- i entlal. followed by a thorough cleaus- inz aiifl fllHng with fresh oil, may save the cost of new gears and bearings. To tlclay often makes a'n Investigation The noticed and attended to promptly, may be; easily remedleil. Fyr last an-: f. _R ULUtirackius aoisa that sounds as though coming from a wheel hub, if neglected, not only result in a burnt up wheel bear- ing, but may also result In a "hot box" Ihat is liable to lock the wheel on, the axle or burn the axle in half, allowing the wheel to Should! thin happen on a downgrade with a' would arouce carefully inspect It anj jexamlne tfce bearings. Probably he would find one or "two bearing rollers cracked or broken; then If it were possible to move at all. lie would drive, cautiously to where the necessary re- pairs could made. T We can .compare the truck .driver with the locomotives engineer. The next you are travelling on a rail- road train, get out .at a few stations and watch' go firounU bis locomotive, oil taii in band, feeling the different parts fo .see if any are vYsrbeated'. If. you will talk to any engineer :tell you that both he and his fireman keep their eyes and ears open all tUe lime far .unusual uolses or evidence of, trouble, so no matter where the train may be, If a strange noise Is heard which indicates something is wrong, the engineer Avlll stop bis.train aud eiamlut! Iho cause of the It certainly follows a truck driver should do. the same. NEW PARKING PLAN TALKED IN ,CHICAGO plan is proposed-to relieve, con- gestion Iu tho loop district of Chicago by parking automobiles and trucks' In a subway garage noder Grant pa'rk, ou the lake front. heavily loaded truck a serious nccldeut would probably, result. Now a caretu) driver would notice the'unusuat uolse, his band Jon the wheel hub -ind firding it hot, Nearly, a Score of Trucks and Automobiles Made in Canada Ot the 157 Jrarlotles of -passenger manufactured iu the United thirty-five come from the I Stale tliehlgac. Indiana is ieit twenty-three passenger Car- buretor "Crioke" -Tlie'Cooler weather pt the last few- days serves to remind Ito.careful au- tomobllfst that wintorvis on; the way arid th'at there are'sphie be done now if the car_ owner 'to keep ills automobile al its" .maximum efficiency. r It is well to startj6ut. In a system- %hnt-f.'ebld Keep .Llriiment Handy Tb'Put She Feel (iood the Back .Int5 uottori bult of. the .automo- tive is Ipcatcd'in the. Detroit Slichigan holds. a Dig1; lead, over, her sister conimqn- we'ilths, are concerns in other making passenger auto- mobiles. Tb'e sudden rlsa of Indiana, and Ohio, indicates .that skilled motor builders a'n'd "other workmen essential to the. productipn fine passenger cara- are -wider, field lot their talent, V Indianapolis, .Uong labpring" men na a .desir- ableir has .'attracted, thousands ot Thy stand ing in the sender .iaV' race fplIowB: Indiana 'bhio '.23 -Illlnois- ....___ Pe'nnsjlvania i ..New ConnecticritJ...... 3 ...15 3. s Auto and Tractor Repairing Easy to leam by our simple methods ind competent instructors Big wlieu yon graduate Manv good paying jobs waiting for will-give' you the mos.1. thorough coursp in Autov nnd Tractor Baltert, back at end of first week if you ire not satisned Uiat this is schpol FULL INFORMATION "TODAY GARBUTT MOTOR-SCHOOL, LTD. CITY BLDG, CALGARV "needs' "is" just one .'little .applied without rubbing, r' :for' it .conrlnce .you'iit'iis merit in-relieving sciatlra. .lame muscles, pains', strains, ami tbo after-effects of ex-j posure. j '.TheCongestion is scattered, prompt-: Georgia, and vfitiioul'Vffort, economl. have two; the States Yo'ii become, a regular user of! having sinble plants sre South Caro- Sloan's' Liulriieni, Texas California, slasm'tp'.j.hB'ttnf: .its manv thousands Louisana, Dela- of iothef..fiie.nils.the, .World over.- and Maryland. pnlartp there arc about .eight icop it" handy In case''e'd.1..Three j ln fatiSf'.al. ll.'JD, HIHereht -rn Cahp.dif.'-'r" raanuiaotun rriahes of passenger 'ed, and about an equal number of trucks.' ft TRAVELLING 4 CHEAPLY; GOES OVER LARGE AREA ON 6 CTS. 1500 ROOMS TO RENT IN COAST .CITIES. these- rooms aro local ed in ex- cJjlleut hotels and aiiartmcnt lions- :'es in Vancouver and Victoria Eind arfi-offered- at reasonablo rates; vlih onwithoiil board." v information as to rales ami accommodation seiit free on re- ueipt of ennuiry onclnsing slumped rcply envelope. Slate about when ;-voinltig, children. If and whclTicr accoinmodalton Avith or .without .board'is desired. Take advantage o( (his service. K Will save you emllcss worry and Nov. Dutchman yfio has Europe, visHliiR Venice-among: other places, gives the following .curioiis account of his He left'his home in Maeslrltht lo go to..Paris-with 20 florins. These he changed. Into "French money, getting for them 120 franca.' His ticket cosi arrived In the-i-apita lie'then lett for Turin, the joiirnoy costing him 44 At Turin lip cnangetl the remaining 58.francs Into Italian money, getting forithem SI lire. Of thcss lio spent 21 going to Venice and another 18 In go- ng'to ho changed the Thick, heavy usei the motor, car .during the; suinmer.'. As tho -weather' grow? cooler, summer "oils and geal too much; tbelrlubricating.liuali- j lies are reduced.1-, oils are recommended ror-.autompljlie use at.this time. Specific correct gra'ile ,qf car will ;.by oil i dealers. The ential'should be refilled -iVith lighter lubricants as .they., i have'some.i type of- oil gauge whlch-shpws: if. the oil is circulating I ha: watched 'Inore carefully cold weather. block-1 ed- time, the condition; may be.laboring blockade- Is. js.'even danger -'of 'main or, con necting rod Storage batteries also shpulrl'h'e'giv- eii a little tho mornings grow" the.-niptor gets correspondingly.- harder7 to start unless the garage Is healed.: Hence! here is a greater drain battery Besides, .longer darkness! demand more electricity-for flights i This wcakensahe it .0 see that It Is wcll'charged iiml pro perty filled with, IJou't use tho carb'uretpr "choke" ly more -than abBoliitely necessary if the best results ara Service experts advise to normal-after the car.liafs goiie.a.quar ter of a mile. railla'tor..fill ed the ayeragV car b.wncr may uot .niore iinportant in 'in summer It is well to drain] ,'occa sionally .to romove sedbiient... Rains during the la'st wesk .caught many motorists with' pppr'brakes and caused an unnecessarilyVlarge number ot accidents. This ja time to have the braking riieciianlsra of'ypnr car put in first-class condition. '-From now on good hrakeSVlli; lie more Im- portant than any othqr.fractor'lfi'tlrh ing. TWELVE MONTHS OF OUTDOOR LIFE if you spend the' next three in CANADA'S WINTER GARDEN VANCOUVER ISLAND Everythmg m on door tpocta. Splendid Goli Courses Idea! roads foe Rfdm; tnd Motoring B; C.P R you travel in the highest degree of r cofflioTi through Jhe CANADIAN ROCKIES and BOO miles of MATCHLESS SCENIC GRANDEUR .TWO TRA1HS DAILY Cilt. writt or phone tie CANADIAN PACIFIC llio, Address Ocpt, H, The Traveller, Suile 27, IriiperiaT Slock, Vancouver, B. of 45 Italian, lira into Austrian marks, of which lie cot to'Ilbrlln'c'osl'hfm. 100 marks and nn-oth'ef to Alj-la-Chapollo 110. Ho H'.is' now, wltliin a dozen miles or Ko o! his EUrtniE point, JIaostrichf, and. hail still tfimalnlng of hfa 20 15 Austrian marks. These he bad changed info 'Dutch money, getting for them only C5 (.'cntlmoa. (13 'flic Faro was 7S centimes. So his 20 florins, pliw 13 conlimes (leas than .5 thanks to' tho amenities, of Ilin exchange rarried lihn round a large part, of Knroric. Your Car DOES Knock, Miss, 'or Lack Pep WILL O Start, Stop, r Kun and Climb DOES, WOiNT, SEE MeKinnon Garage -WE FIX 'EM i THE -PLACE TO- BUV NEW OR USED CARS 343 on when >oii consider LwW high tires are and that >ou can pro- long the i life b> our up-to date retreading melhod'u Lethbridge Vulcanizing ;Works PHONE LETHBRIDGE 712 3rd AVE S -i- BRANCH AT MACLEOD L-ethbrUge B CHAPLIN, Macleod TOURIST SLEEPING CARS DIRECT TO SHIP'S SIDES'" IN CONNECTION WITH SAILINGS OF 8.3 from ST JOHN, December 10tb ss OF BRITAIN' from ST JOHN, December isth. Leave MEDICINE HAT '7.50 a.m., December 6th and llth, 1920. For reservations apply do any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent CANADIAN PASSENGERS 1 HAVE CHOICE OF TWO SPLENDID TRAINS r i Spokane to Portland and California -VIA Spokane. Portland Seattle Railway "THE NORTH BANK ROAD1' t .A wonderful (rip nlong the SnaV.e and Columbia rivers, -and through the heart' of the Cascade Mountains. BANK LIMITED" at night mnkes direct con- nection fit Hpokaue with.ilia Canadian 1'aclfie Spokane Internationa! arrives' at J'ortlnnil ill the morning. "THE INLAND EMPIRE EXPRESS" Ijy ilay leaves Spokane iu ..the indrnliiR, arriving In I'ortiii'nd lu the early evening, altosving Canadian: qvcr-nlKlit stay in Kpukntie. Connections Jor .California are made-In Portland Union sta- tion. Trains Icayfng niornlng, nfternoon and night. Sleeping 'car hrfanfeijienls will lie made.- Details, cttv Supplied. nillvvoy ageiils or the underslRiisJ: W, D. SKINNEfj. Pprlland, Oregon. W. G, PAINE, Asst.-Cen'l 1'asa. Agent, Spokaue, .Wosli. ;