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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1920 LETHBRTDOE DAILY PAOR ELEVEN News of the Auto World Briefs Conditions Which Require Special "At- tentjon >Vitb (he end of summer, autumn brlnfea about a set ot conditions which demand special care of the auto- mobile. But important attention, which should be eivcn to an auto by erery motortot in (all [I] ice eipertji set of su'jieBtlons la.Jbe mqtor "public, Tb'e; cooler' we'aller fall months causes'! grease and In many'cases: The rrtaBo.and'oH conical anil thicken until their lubri- cating Talus Is greatly reduced, "some- times blocking up lubrication systems Accordingly, service men urge drivers to Inspect occasionally air parts ot the aiechanlsm where grease'and .bit may. entirely new supply may tie nut la. Distillled Water In Battery Service men .also advise special at- tention battery.. During the cold the wsbiS'ls: harder to start, and llio drain on the-, battery .Is greater than iJi summer. '.'Store- over, the lone periods demand more power lights. All this results in weiteiied'balter- es, but If they ore kept tilled with distilled water and recharged oc- caslonaly, (rouble will be avoided. Borne drivers end of a siren- upus summer "Ob, I, I'll'be puttiUE the bus up Vriier roon and riiavbe peLlt. Tliis altitude .BOfnattinea means -bird wear on the which coold have been p'reveatcd- if the driver bad only been a little more bis car. Tbe "pfpperjulia of.the carburetor "choie'.'r-is "another' Very Impbrtanl Should hot, be used any more" than 'for' -bpal re suits..: jservico V-eiperls, recommend TO TAX BY WEIGHT IN AUTO LICENSES total rev ft onus to Ihe Province from auto lIcensesM.ta.October 1 was .A ch'auge'ln the sys- tern ot licensing automobiles la being planned by Hon. F. C. minister of public works, t and hlgliways. It Is quite likely that the weight of the car will v a conslderallon. Tin arrangement will affect the middle-priced cars more thaii 'aoy others. taat'lhe should not be n'oved bzcfe to normal 'position by the time a'mile. Another Common Fauit A rather common autumn fault Is allowing the water In the coollng'ays- tem to run low. This causes Lof A- and damage to the motor. Not lh6 be kept filled tha thickening centuges to sea that a slight Improve- ment IQ lire Quality cr better an im- provement in the surface o[ the road to offset (ire-wear would save the country, tbat Is, the public, huge sums annually. The Aaphalt .Association is con- ducting an exhaustive series of ex- to ase bethel a belter road surface can bo devised.- The Idea Is to Invent a surface which causes, as little wear and tear to the {Ire as possible. If the. desired re- sult Is obtained there Is no question of the saving to the motorist. tendency. ;Also. it Ehould.be now when supply Is low, BO'.that an HRICOSE VEINS How To, Get Prorhpt Relief with "ABSORBINE JR." Bathe with hot win- once a apply "ADSORBINE JR." -Rub in JR." two or tkree [tinitj a.day_fcr the, Bret two': _ sn, evtry- and at' put on cloth atilnlHi with a nlution composed of "one ounce ot JR." to a quart' of Wllcjand Ijave en over nignt. i After Oie first few applications of "ABSORBINE.'.JR.1! you mil notice' tjie throhbinj and pain WJ ceaierrtlw -wins will not bt, BO- m to skirj will .navef.a mere natural ularly to UK ABSORB; 1NE and ;ygu wiU.be ireeol Vtrfcb-eVmi 11.2ft a at drajsirts atot portpaid ty. W. -F. YOUKO, INC., MoninaL In fail as well.at) In sum- but (his i'ater ahouldbo and chifriied frequently. SERIAL NUMBERS ON TIRES BIG ASSET TO MOTORISTS Motorists have a valuable asset In the serial numbers appearing on tho Blue-walls of their automobile casings Ilecorilcd, they enable the owners! to trace casings lost or stolen. The. re palrnien are glad to keep these fls uru-fects for their customers. These arc also useful in determining inileAge drain- The fan belt should nlso be iiept properly adjusted to keep -the- cooling system right. "'Some mbioriats: supVoso that uni- versal steering con-Jrecords and service. yeripus'licarliigs need a great deal, lei's, lubrication during cool weather. VWh'tn'this supposition -Is carried too far-'considerable minor damages may result, even'to the best of iLutos. -At tha end of. T the sum- mer- exposed' Jolnld whpfef tlirst may havo penetrated "life, should bo.ciamlited and prcs- euce of duut both' clogs Tthc tlou'and Two New Plants to be Opened ID Ontario and One at Winnipeg Stni another motor cah !s to.be manufactured in Canada. This lime not in Ontario but In Manitoba, peg. The car >vlll be called th'o "Winnipeg" and the directorate con- BiEla of P.-A-'-'Ogielree, and manager; L. Arseuaull, vice-pretldent; D. E. Eecrclary-treasurer; C. L: Lavi superintecdcnt, and W. II. McLean. The company proposes to eetablieh a factory at Fort llouge on Academy road at Lindsay street in NVInnipeg. The cost Q.r.liu> car to Ihe purchaser. It is estimated, will be about Jl.SOO. It will have a II. P. motiir aud the plant will be BO equipped that trucks canrbe'manufactured also. With tbe announcement In Toron- lo'recehly of the Incorporation of two ".other, firms, to manufacture Canadian-made automobiles In On- tario, tho "Wluiilpeg" car will be among tho new Canadian-made motor cars which are likely to placed on the market next year. PAPER PROTECTS TIKES FROM LIGHT AND AIR Automobile tires aro wrapped In taper by-Uic manufacturer became know that and atr sap the strength o( the rubber. It should be protected until It actually ;6es on the rlra for road aenrice. Statistics prove that a tire food 'or an average of miles when t leaves the factory will lose. ap- proximately miles of life b> jelng carried unprotected, u a spare tire for one year. A lire cover made of rubberized coated fabric will outlast many tlraa. USE TRACTOR TO TRAP '.THE GRASSHOPPERS I TIRES t than dna billion dollfj-s' are spent every -year to (ires' on the total aulomphlles'apd" trucks In Can- ada nnd th'b United. Btatec.'. It re- quires not ereat'knowledge ot -per- TIRES FOR -BARROWS v MADE 70 YEARS AGO The manufacture of-rubber tires Tor vehicles had advanced In 1S50 to the point where such tires were such tires-were being made for wheelbar- rows, is the interesting discovery made by a research worker in the library of a rubber company. -Tha search lor a record of tires brings, out only this llttlo paragraph, tucked away in a chapter of nilda and ends toward the end of the book uim marked tire.. Thls-js an Eng- lish Invention for preventing llio noise of wheelbarrows in warehouses, at railroad satlons, etc." The tire business lias rown since tliat Isst year about 70 per cent, of all the. rubber co'nsumcd in world went'into tiros. U will co.1 leu than the Iwt mlleao on oca uproUcteA aallir OBTWK tlrw'kwk 10 Mttv tte of Ukaa do tint. coriri art waUrproeC add M: bad'. wlUwat car li ba calon to match bedr ttniat. No Risk With "Diamond Dyes" Colors Never Streak, Fide, Run or have thtt "Dyed-Look" MlnosotV farmers report that they have found use for a use which will be widely copied by farmers made almost desperate by tho ravages of grasshoppers last summer A suitable trough, filled with water and petroleum and having a long curving wire screen fitted over it. Is pulled uy a tractor through the grain fields Just before sundown when the selllinE for tho night. One farnipr slntca that he caught ZQ bnsliels of the pest in this way in ono evening. The "hoppers" flow against tlie screen and Cell hack Into the trough, where tho petroleum soon killed them. Jatkace1. whuldT tor. Htl Jackion's Trhidow .-.tor. Kewpioi Ladies Let Guticura Keep Your Skin Fresh and Young Each package of "Diamond TJTBS contains directions so simple that rosy I woman can diamond-dye a now, rich fadeless color Into worn, shabby gar- mmts, draperies, .coverings, whether, (wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods. Buy "Diamond other perfect' results are piar- lantoed even If you have- never dyed before. DruggSst has color sard. BARGAINS in TIRES We Have An Unlimited Supply Of Second-Hand Tires and Tubes PRICES RANGING FROM UP ALL SIZES Why go to the expense of buying new tires and tubes when you can buy them at half the price. SMELL OF RUBBER "FREEZONE" If you smell rubber buring, It is lime to get very busy and (ind Iho .r. ,i short circuit.1'For usually the smell UTl U1T ol burning rubber'comes from a hot somewhere causing the; rubber j insulation to smolder. Feel nil the j wires'until yoii 'como to the hot one. The location ofi'the short circuit Is easy to detect In tble ivay, and hav- ing localized the 'Trouble, it is usual- ly fairly siraploi.to see exactly whore the trouble originates. 3 BALS. 25'CTS., BRINGS CUSTOMERS Recently when two gasoline dealers declared a competitive war in Charles- ton, W. Va, the.vicinity of the two place's''berime so.clogged with automobiles .and people that a riot- call was seat in'-lo police head- quarters. .The price: had gone down to 15 cents a gallon-and one dealer was preparing read: "Three gallons for 25 One quart of oil with -every when the police effected a truce. No Pain I NOW 18 YOUR OPPORTUNITY, Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works V SOOTH Women of Middle Ag@ Owing to modem of living not one woman in "a thousand approaches this perfectly natural change in her life without experi- encing a train of very annoying .and sometimes painful symptoms. Those dreadful hot flashes, smothering spells, fainting .spells, troubles and irregularities are symptoms that should Have prompt attention. Thest two letters prove. what a successful remedy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable, Compound is for women at .this time ofl ife. TbewB Two Women Helped During Change of Life. Philadelphia. toletyon 1 iletrp for fainting gpeUa ud not tralk without help for 9 by female tronble. fajow trhat good Lydia K. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound has done mo. I uj .VMVW, L had organic tflbubles and am Myooowin, who was 4 doctor, told througL tho Change of Life. I was Ly_dia K. Pinkham'g yegeUbto .taken-vrilli a palnln Biy side and a bsd headache.. I could not lie do-mi, could 'Compound and it helped me ereatlf. iTbsn during Use of life reiae4r. I am MVtntj yean old BOW and am to do inj own honMWOtk and wal k one tnllft fo chnrch Snnday raomlug and eTtninf. I the Vepetablfl Com- pound to my fnandi hanng the eiroe troubles bad. Tour remtdr Is the bMt on. I cannot find words to eiprew ay fratitade for 0. STAILM, 147 B School fib. not eat or Bleep. 1 goffered something terrible ind Ilia doctor's mCdicino did ma no food at got wcrso instead of better, I began taking tho Vegetable Compound and felt a chnngo Jroratheflist. Nowlfeelflncariclad- vise any ono goinr through the Changu of Life to try it, for It cured me after I had gtrenup all hopes of getting belter. I will tell any one who writes to mo tho good ithas done MAMARCT N, 85th SL, Philadelphia, Pa. Women of Middle Age Should Depend Upon r Comp6t.rtcl The Greatest" Secret! in the world Is being kept' Strictly Confidential Huahands In this town. But the Secret is Coming-Out at the Phoenix 'Tnoatrii and will cause many a matrimonial nightmare. Ilemember .it's; i; Strictly Confidential But Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little "Frccione" on an aching corn, Instant- ly that corn stops hurting, then ehort- 1r you lilt it right off with flngera, y Your druggist sells a tiny bottle ot a few cents, sufficient to remove every soft conj, or corn between the'toes, and the cal- luses, without aorenesi or. irrlntlcra. Pc no! nnr PliFx I I Lk V atlon TMDlrtd Dr. Cnaao's Ointment will rdleroyou at cnco tna nlord iMtlng bcnellt. SK. a aU dcalcis, or EJinaiiwn, JlatM Co Umlted, lonmlo. Sample Doiftcc II rnu mtnUonltlj Bnd enrlosssc. stampta paypoataia, iig Money for You In Auto and Tractor Repairing 'Easy to .learn by our simple methods and competent Instructors. Big pay when you graduate. Many good paying jobs waiting fur_ you. Wo will 'give you tho most thor- j ough course In.Aulo'and Tractor Repairing, Battery, Vulcanizing, Weldlnjr, etc. Money hack -at'end of week It you are not isatlsfTed that ihls Is the best school. INFRM ATlON'tODAV GARBUTT' MOTOR SCHOOL, LTD. City Market CALGARY SALE OF LAND IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE FOR ARREARS "OF TAXES KOTICH is hereby glren that certain lan'js In the City o( brlJse will oflercil (or Bale tor arrears of taxes and costs on Tuesday, the Sill day of November. A.D., 1520. ftl 10 o'clock In lha forenoon at tbe City Ilnll In tbo City of Lethbrlilge, and tbat the list of tbe lands to he sold npptinrcd In the Herald, a noivsparier pnhllalicil In the City ol I.elhbrlilse, In tbe Issues o( tbc newspaper published on tbo 25th day of September, 1920, _nnd the 2ml day of October, 1P20. A printed Hat ot Iho said lands mny lie obtained 'el my office'. Tbo Interest on the nrrer.rs or taxes ns shown opposite each parcel la computed to tlic 30th day of June, 1P20. AND FUHTMBIl TAKE NOTICK tbat unless tho arrears of (axes, Interest ami costs bo eooncr paid I will proceed to sell tho Bald lands.fpr taxes at tbe time and place aliovo mentioned. DATED AT LETIlBniDOB, in tbo Province ol Alberta, this 26lh dny of September, 1920. DONALD A, DUFF, clorV' The Place to Get Your Top Recovered or febuilt to your order by a mechanic that work; ed at thii biUineM for orer 20 yean. WORK HOT 6ATISFACTOHY, MONEY REFUNDED. THIS MONTH ONLY WE WILL EQUIP NEW tf OPS WITH OUR PATENT SAVING BOW PADS FREE QUARANTEEO GOODS DIRECT FROM SCOTLAND Lcthbridge Auto Top Depot i PROPRIETOR) 321 8t S-, Next Door to HeraW. 6hep Rnldenu 757 AUCTION SALE OF NJREBRED STOCK CONSIGNED FOR T. E. ROB8ON, LONDON. OUT, AT THE PALACE LIVERY BARN 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, LETKBRIDGE ON THURSDAY, NOV. 18TH AT 1 O'CLOCK SHORTHORNS and HEREFQRDS Heifera in Calf and at Foot 3 Sbortborn Bnllg, 2 Clydesdale Ham, In foal; 1 Tearitag RtAlllon; rurcheron Stalllocs; Romiey Ifarah and Bam- boulelta Bams (trom 1 to 3 years THE ABOVE ARE ALL REGISTERED STOCK TEBHi CASH CAPT. t. t ROBSON, Awtiimeei; AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK and IMPLEMENTS On the S.W. Quarter of Section 12-9-20, W. 4th One Mile East and One Mile South of Coaldale ON MONDAY, NOV. 8TH COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 Gny Ooldlnr, 7 years old, 1350 Ibs.j 1 Bsr Geldlnf, HOD Ibs.; 1 Orcy Geldlne, 1400 I Bay Oolillns, 1300 Ibr, 4 inn: 1 tlrey Ooldlng, 1250 Ibs., Bay Marc, 1200 Ibs., years; 1 Orey Maro, 1150 8 years; 1 Black Ibe., yean; 1 Sorrel Mare, 1100 Ibs.; 1 Yearling Goldlng; 1 Cow and Calf; 1 Overshot Stacker; 2 Bull Hakes; 2 Movers; 1 McCormlck Mower; 3 Wheel Hnkcs; 1 Massey-Harris Binder, 8 It.; 1 McCor- mlck ninder, 8 It.; 1 Hamilton rise Plow, 3-bol.tom; 1 Orn.it West Gang Plow, U-ln.; 1 John Deere Gang Plow, 1 Sulky Plow, .Tohn -Deero, 16-ln.; 3 Seta Jfarneas; 1 Bundle Hack; 1 WRgon; 1 Enelne Doublu nlec, 19tt.'; 1 Elnglo Disc, S-1L; 1 Wood llnrrow, C sections; 2 Fanning Mills; 2 Orlnd Stones; 1 Van Brunt Double Dlac Drill, IS; 1 Broadcast Seeder. Cars l.filan Tractor 10-20 .tip to each. Amounts over one-half cash and the balance secured by approved note maturing Oct. lit, 1921- 10 cash on credit amounts. PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer Care Dowaley. Land Agency, Ixithurldge. JOSEPH KOORCrjgNK.O, ;