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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN THE LKTHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD SATLUUXVY, NOVEMBER. 27, 1920 to begiu to tske sonic precaution? We are likely soou to h'ave cold weather and a drop in'temperature to thd freezing point. Hence it !s Itn- porUct tbat automobllists taka How to Prevent Freezing Troubles in Winter Many car owners and drirers are to worry about freezing troubles. What ia the best way to prevent this possibility, and Is It time WORK while you sleep" Better Results Are Obtained at Speed, Says Authority experience in driving 1 have found thai; necessary to go ,lutb second Epeed.; and somelluieE.'evtiu in- to first speed. !u going up very: steep hills, Of .tho.tugine entirely. DOWT, ALLOW AUTO TO STANIXON TIRES IF tiSLE IN WINTER SAYS ARTICLE ON necessary steps to prevent their radla-l have -Vomteral why an" engine _ij_i_ L I PulL on the tea In cold.weather, much tima uoyance may be obviated by putting some.reliable aali-freezing solution in tbi? radiator. Many mixtures are on.the market, mobile -I, The VuhEd'Stale's.' Tiro company notnts out this, regard to motor' Ing in tha winter, the wear ou tiros Is leas IB. cold thau In the hot aunmor "months. Heat ia tho worst cneray" of rubier. If cold weath- er lasted all. the year, tire mileage j records would increase auiailugly. "But it ypu.are solnj to put your 1 car away tor the says the j United Slates-.Tire company bulletin, "hero are some things to do if i ou want to nud tha' tires in good .condi- tion next E print: "Wash the itres carefully to remove all oil and grease. Kcmove the tires from thaVbeels and wrap them up iii puoer or.clttta. glnra ihem li> place away trom daylight. If you must leave the tires ou tho car, jack up Iho deflate the tires and (wrap them well. Never let the car stand on tho tires all winter; it means a now set of tires in tha spring.' When in low speed the engine Is turning over much faster In proportion to tho speed cf tho car thau when on the high speed. Tho'result-is-.that and most of tbem will give good re; are many indr'e engina-eiplo- sults. it.-the directions are followed }sloos or pOKar same carefully. The commonest antl-freeie (HsiaPM, travelled by tho car; With the corapouud Is composed of denatured I tnat tbe engine pulls birder oa alcohol and water That is woodalco- car aud drl7c lt UB a sleeper hoi added tp a small quantit> of ethyl j nlli or through the soft road or intoxicating -alcohol.-During No- vember the temperature drops Fahrenheit. A 15 per cent solution ot alcohol, tbe re- nwininK S5 .per cent water, will not With zero'weather, a third alcohol and two-thirds water will be to pro'ent j-eezmg In adding alcohol first the radiator dry and mea- Tho transmission or geaf-chacglng devices act very aim liar to "a-, lever, end when the speed the engine Is on the long eTtd'of the the which gives more torque twist Ing effort ou the rear but' less speed. In most of the..modern..cars...the engines are so geared "that" they will sure tbe contents to sene as a gaiuje run about rour or fcm ana Oiie.nalf Then .fiTEt niix the res.ui'-'d solution as faEt as thc rc2r whea and pojMtiuto the radiator Pouring uigh speeil aml wUen In alcohol into the radiator is not recom Upe- into mended as does mot become thor ougnly'mU'ed, with the water aud this I pure water is Juit as likely as before to freezo'and break the motor. As alcohol evaporates mote readily than water, "the evaporation should be replaced by a mlxture'oC half alco- hol anil half water. This will keep the mature constant Be L careful in-pouring the alcohol mixture into th'c radiator not to spill it, as al- cohol cuts the varnish and ruins the you feel bilious, csnstipated. headachy, ui> at full ot cold' Take orie or two Cascarets tonight for. your liver and bowels. Wake up with head siomach right, breath sutet :ind feeling .fine: .No griping, no taconven- [ence. Children love Caacarcts too. 10, 25. 50 ceutsj finish. tt "CORROSION CAUSES 'BATTERY Trouble Is frequently caused by cor- rosion .battery .terminals, caused- by the. climbing bf'acld.up the battery post.. Tho attack of the acid on the post TViU .soon stop the current from flowing.: so the. post.must be cleaned off and the tcrminals.covered wiUi cup I greaffe the engine abouVibree times faster thair-nb.cn In high speed or from twelve to fifteen turns to every turn of the wheels. Thus the-propell; Ins effort is three -as great, at low speed as at high speed, but the auce of IruOi as Cin be easily chowu if the conditions arc analyzed. "While the motive for this 'extra- ordinary effusion Is not'slated It Is i nevertheless appureiil ou Us face. U Is statement o! tho ftee Presc Uiveu for the iutorDiatiuD of the pub- I lic.-but put forward order to Justify I tho ojieu market which Is at pr03ent ibi'Iua cursed boih ipudly aud deejJly by the whole farming community. "An. ot conditions al the head of ihb lakes, would, in all probability.'reveal that from 000 than Is stated by the Feed Press is still withhold from tho farmers' pockets and the general Impression fought to be con- veyed that the farmers have receiv- ed. more money this yeai- for their Krafu than they received up to the present date last yecr and couseqSeut- "ciirrlca i faying their Jus's iir'imprw' both misleading aud untrue wholl "There U oniy one respect In which wheal was made today by Hoa. George i the statement is at all reliable- the affairs, farmers S not alfe'upted to'hold the.tr grain .Lack but hove allowed It to "go forward to" the'full 'capacity of the rallwaysJo carry, UEOFMH Hon. Geo. Langley Scathingly Attacks Statements Madt in Winnipeg Paper REG1NA. Nov. 27.-A scathing at- lack_on the article appearing !u tbo WESTERN MAN TO GET JOB OTTAWA, Nov. (By Cauadtai Press.} So fur as cau teamed uo consideration has .vet been glvcri by government to the'tnatier of the ppuolutuicut of a'Eucceseor iho.bito ConimisEloner A. S. Cooilere of the Board of Railway Commiaaionern. Tha vacancy is certain to go to. a man and it, is probable that lUpiraiitB for the post will be fairly numerous, Ac impression prevails, however, that the appointment may not be 'iaade for some June. He .declared the artlclo "a combination of grain exchange ingenuity and jour- j nalistlc carelessness." ''The statement published by; the Free said Mr. Langloy, ''has evidently been called' forth by the complaint 'of the traders- that 'fho.v were tinablo to make collection: MR; SPRACKL1N BRANTFORD, re- Automobile..Prices Have Not Leaped in Proportion to Other Lines car can be driven third as fast. only aoontro'ne- ACCURATE SPEEDOMETER COURT ROOM ESSENTIAL MotorcTcle officers of the Police- Squad I checked frequently the} are usual TROUBLE Jlv rtght duc Inspection "Motor POES MORE THAN STOP THE COUGH Sou right to die teat of the to tha nutated throat and inflamed bronchial tubes. It tocthei uid heaU the air pauages loosens the phlegm; slop) the tickling in the throat and, zlmoit before you realize it, you are rid oi the'cough for good. OIL COMPOUND it agree- able to the and is pirticolarfy luted to tile UKoi children. Ctt a kettth toJay. Frefuvj by n Jjabonal DruuwJ Cbewul Co. cf Cutittl Limited ists should do the same in order to know they are right they a dispute with a motorcycle' police The fatuousness ol forecasts to the effect that there would be a downward rovfs on In car prices tantamount to that In clothing aid house furnishings Is shown by the folloning comparison VTiilo clothing prices at the 1980 peak increased 260 r cent oier 1914 prices, house furnt'ihtnBs 2o5 per cent farm products 144 per cent. and heat and lightllO per cent., aside from imposts and exchange the price of motor cars had Increased bj 12 per cent. On the basis of the purchasing pow er of the dollar as sbVivu by the index figures for -1914 and real criterion of value motor cars are celling at little more than half the price they commanded in 1014. Mammoth, productions made this possible Profiteering and inflation man either here in the city Or In the conspicuous by their absence The country. Speedometers are to pursue the profits, thrown off aud 'fail- to register, aecu and multiple returns policy 'liawng them lo ce ralely.-. Also .remember-that-oversize Thus it must be'obvious that lucre ia1 Impression to tires reduce the registered speed se> eral miles" ah 'hour. POOH ADJUSTMENT' Coughing inrthe carburetor 'follow ed by in tlis nuf iodicates' a fault) adjustment of tha auxiliary air valve On the otl.br hand coughing followed by a cuoking down motor; in 'dicafe8_'that 'Oiere ia gasoline vfater m the --'MINNEAPOLIS. Tfte lowest pice for flour in tho basis of cbe Qinti tity of grain moving forward. It wotilil be- considerxbly below ?24SVi a bushel 'Again .the slatenieut that sixty-two andya-half million bushels has been Boldrand the producer paid is etiuall; misleading' BehinJ this stateinenl fhe facts." it they were fully -known, would show that there has been a manipulation of the farri era grain which Is in tho last discreditable, id .those who .have had charge ot the grain after it has ed inipection at Winnipeg "When figures of this kind are put duty of those pub- convey a fairly trutli- Ihe this has not e.en the appear in the Windsor district, and urging the proUnual authorities, to put an end .to tbe "organized efforts of au outlawed traffic." CROUP CAN BE PREVENTED At the first o( hoaraeuess the _, .child. subject croup obould be given CougU. Hemcdy. ,Eveu after tho rouglrcouEh appears the itUck, ,may be warded off. Mothers of young- children should' be sure that a bottle of this reliable rem edy Is always'In the house. vThe feeling ol safety tbat It gives Is many tlmej tos coat 3Sc and 65c COUGH REMEDY Opening of Russiarf Oil Fields is Likely to Reduce Exports In line with -ill nthjr commodities, tne. price of gasoline may tumble al- so ind the lime for readjustment of prices in the oil industry 13 not very far distant according to oil men Mot crisis wlm been looking for i drop in the price of gas" may tave their hopes realized aiy day now I Street Ing orl the sltuvion this wfcefc, that sentiment among nil men Is be coming moro uirtcsprczd that oil prlc i es generally must ghe way in the gen eral readjustment which Is now under way Ttis belief 11 partly) psycholog leal resulting from ire spectacle of filling' prices in other lines. There only one fator which might dtiturb the oil market to a more sen ous degree than 13 tion indicated b> any of the normal tr-de indications says the same jom.ial, and that would be the opening of the Rugs'an ndda It Is uuderstooil (bit negotiations havo been under way on tho part of Stand- ard Oil and Royal iiulch interests 10 secure Russian oil. Tho marketing of a large amount of TiiiMlan oil whltli normally would cen Ire In Knrope would havo the effect OL reducing export.) cf American oil, nifd In conscience American prices naturally would be nffeclcd. s-------------1---------- FIVE MORE SEEK DIVORCE OTTAWA Nov Canadian moro applications for dl been flleil, all from Dasl (jrn Canada C.N.R. BONDS SOLO QUICKLY NfcW !vov Canadian Investme'it bankers In this city point (o tho quick "ale the ?25 000 000 ot Caiadian Northern twenty-year PCVPH per coat. .bonds which were Immedlafcly btcrsub trlbed us indicative of the excellent de- tnana prime issues of fair long s.iys the Trl bune this rrorning This Issue went as well as the (saue of Orand Trunk Railway sevens 'offered fxiTcral .wecfcs'sgo. GIRLS! OIRLS Clear to Skiii Save yoor Hair Make these fragrant super :reamy. emollients your :very-day toiiet prepara- ions and have a clear sweeT healthy skin and complexion, good hair and soft white hands, ittle trouble and trifling expense, Absolutely uoth- ng better, purer, sweeter at any price. Toilet Tn' Cutfcura Soap to cls.ir.ic i-.nd irify, Cuticura tftntmtr.t to f.oothc and Mttn and Cuticura Ta c-irn lo powder and trfufna, maintain ckin purity, >h comfort and hu'lb often all IM Merr.a lo Everywhere 2Sc. each, 'anaditn Depot: I-yraarvj, 344 ,_ "IlSool RHEUMATISM IP snffcrers from could ill Ustimoniala we receive, they would not Pills to accent our offer of a free trial sample of Gut MM E W'Hadett of Windsor, Ont, writes "Gin Pi'ls, I know from personal experience, are the ereign remedy for rheumatism ana kidney troubles in any form. I was helped by them, after 01 suffering I tried many other remedies, but all failed, then I tried Gin Pills, the result that I am well to-day Cm Pills relieve by remoMug the cause "Write for a free sample to of Canada, Limited, Toronto Ont U S Dm Co, lie, 202 Mam St Buffalo, N Y BLUE BIRD A Labor Saving Necessity for the Home CANADIAN MADE .CABINET DESIGN COPPER TUB SWINGING WRINGER EASY TERMS W. L. McKENZIE Co. THE ELECTRIC SHOP 706 3rd Avenue South Phone 637 Auto and Tractor Repairing Easy to learn by our simple' and competent instructors.' nay when .you graduate. Many., good' paying jobs waiting for >ou will eivo. yoii thorough.i course In Auto nnd Tractor nopairmg etc Money back at end nl first week. It you nro this is the best school. WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION TODAY GARBUTT MOTOR SCHOOL, LTD. 611 CITY MARKET BLDG., CALGARY Tie Place lo Get Your Top Recovered or rebuilt to yonr ortJer by a mechanic that hat work- ed at this business for 6ver 70 IF WORK N6T SATISFACTORY, MONEY REFUNDED, THIS MONTH ONLY WE WILL EQUIP TOPS WITH OUR PATENT SAVING EOW PADS FREE GUARANTEED GOODS DIRECT FROM SCOTLAND Lethbridge Auto Top Depot BLUNt, PROPRIETOn) -4 321 6lh Si. s., Next Door tj Herald. Phones, 'fieawinM''isf ;