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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THF. LETHBRIOGB DAILY. HF.IUM) SATHUUY, sKiTKMiuai i, uin Garage Gossip Exhaust Echoes NEWS OF THE AUTO WORLD With the Motorists of South Alberta no GLAUS1 PARK Owing 10 the large number of l.eibv bridge people luotoriiic from here 10 Clatter I'ark troru lime 10 iluie, >ve append herewith the !PE of (he road prepared duriufi '.n? Aulo club lour tbeie early iu July. Tbose who have ibf Trip since sine thai ihe log is extrcmelj- rjluible. publishing ii again is Our r ihe slovk of papers of ihe date in whtcli II Eppearcd has been exhausieJ. We suEgpsi to all automata lists ihai they cut out ibe log and save ii (or future reference: Miles from Is Gasoline Replacing the Equine on the Farm Now? Is liie iljy ot lite noble horse aa Ihe moM useful luljmit-t lo i.-.ruilni; iu I'auaJa (iuU-k'.v Passing? Sounds ralher lulled bui Ibe day liere, according 10 I'. K. Ingrain, ol Sundial, oue ol ihe leading runners ol district. He was formerly om> o( ihe on Hie experimental Follow rardston trunk J'ol Hole Spring Coulee................. Turn south on Cardsion road. I mile east ol Raley Straight south to Straight FOiuh to mUrage Turn to Kimball......... South from Klnibdll (o Cana- dian customs at Twin Lakes (reiiort here) Soulh line 10 U.S. toras av Gelbralili herel Straight v.-esi farm house-. srr'ifcing tratl along nordi F! farm at Brandon, and when he says horses are going tii? way of oxen lio ihiiiks lies It DOW s ivhai be is Talking about. Ai nay rate, tlic horse 5oou be an esiinci siiCi'ies on ihe lu- grain farm at Sundial, TLe other day a local legal light [was in Hie Suudlal district aud paid a visit to ilie Ingrain (arm. (ouuJ ft force of men busily engaged .small Io be worth a garage that would do jto uiany a ImlldlDS will 49-5! a ac Asked -p Q such a large thai lie hail The new about Jj.C'OO, about elglil hai he was doing whh rage Mr- Ingrain sialeii liUtmJed building a big he barn llils year bui couple of small iraciovs and founi I ihem so satisfactory ibat he en- Jn euppJauTic? horses wjih -Uorf. Instead of a horse barn I wnnted a'lractor baru -Within ratt along iiordi ?Mc ditch M- mileage... nibs by I--H-JII- be- farming lino." He declared. "The ill inciur Is golug lo ruiiuB i-rery iracior I eiuect use I will liny 'Then J win Jtl have Ihem iu reuatr so iliat ihere will be no delay because of hreaddowns. When I waul lo (ravel 1 will so by automobile. When visitors L-ome to uui 1 ci- ihem to come by nuiomobile. everyone docs now. anyivay. Tiien Inatttul ut nuUing their horses In the barn and [ceding Ihem hay oals as we used lo do. we will their automobiles Lu the garage and, Give i Hem a drink ol gasoline before they leave. We will wheai to Hie elevaiur by moans of Ihe tractor lhal will travel eight, miles an hour. Altogether Ihe gasoline U-ac- ihc teim tor JnJ automobile Is sD dealh. knell of the horse as a Mr. Insram Is pulling In a clslern to supply the farm wllh soil water and a pressure system to dlslrlbuie It. A workshop has been built In con- nection 'fitlt iJm Enrage, am! every- thing is as up-to-dale as any gar- age and repair shop anywhere. Mr. lueriiTn's experiment will be ivatched with a great deal of interest by farm- ers all over the soulh who have been deprmlinf; more and more on gasoline during the past few years. 10 Party Piloted by 0. T. Lilhrop Makes Are Mostly Good A !ew years VGO Lc-llinrldfe lo Spa- hiup was a Nowadays II U a like aulo jaunl. l.asl Monday morniii? al o'clock K. C. l-loyrl and son. mill Kelli I.e Mnrlncl ami sou. buyers or the bis Laihrop (arm al Rrassy 1-aXe, loll Spokane with O. T. l.aihrou us pilot, and arrived in Loihliridge al 5.50 Tuesday evening Mer a splendid run which was Ihorous'.ily enjoyed. The liarl.v (ravelled lu -Mr. Lloyd's Mitchell car, coming via Kiliessaie nml Hull River. Mr. Ijiihrop siys Ihe rolds are good with' the exteptlon of six- teen soulh of Klnessate, wheie iherc is a new road lo Meadov Creek, ami Then again over Hie. divide be iween B C. and Alberta. "I thought I knew'the country between I.cth bridge and said Mr. Lalh- wlio had alivavs Irivelled via train before, "hul 1 llevpr kuew there was such a stretch of it till this trip." Follow trail along muple of lo Irripa- tion Camp Nine nr.-i bridge over St. Mary's 71.2 Angle southwest through Kt. Mary'a valley. Ford Konuccly i creek ai 76.1 CroF5 aulo Iridge over south Kennedy 77.S "Go around" 7S.3 Babb P.O..................... SO.u Reach Glacier Park auto road Sl.S The nulo raid to thp right leads to .Many Glacier hotel al 93.9 Or lake auto road lo left to Si. Mary's Chalets ..........___ 92.9 And OD to Glacier Park hotel at Glacier Park station on R. rnain line................. 125.2 A WEEK AT WATERTON LAKES .splendid sent. and appreciated by all pre- WHAT A GALLON OF GASOLINE WILL DO The pover-of gasoline is generally1 rated distance it will propel an automobile. But the same energy. if-'directed' (a olber aad more varied purposes, will milk, three hundred bale (our tons of hay. mix thirty-five cubic yards ot cement, plough three-fUtbs of mn atre of or it irlll generate enough electricity to light a.Urge farmhouse for (Popnlar Science V 'V i (CODlriljutod.) WatertDD Lakes, silualed about CD miles fouthwcst of Macleod. Is with- out doubi an Ideal summer resort. The lake Is leeming wiih rish: suitable for boaling and baihing_ The moun- tain scenery is masnificenl. The hotel accommodation, under the able management of Mr. Hazzard, Is very good. Mr. Hazzard endeavors to make his guests comfortable in every possible way. The following Is ojie week's program, Ihc iliird week In i August: I J reading abd resl- Lng; afternoons, a trip lo'the lakes; evening. Anglican service in the hotel, conducted by iiev. Midctleton, who pare a very rlnc address to a large udlonce. and fishing all day; evening, musical in holel climbing in Ilie morning; boating in afternoon; a fine concert in the evening beld In hotel. party veut to Wall Lake on pack horses, via Oil City; evening, Uaddon, from Cham- pfon, put on an exhibition of Pathe- 0. scops we ENGINE EFFICIENCY I A "water gas carburetor" designed _i prevent Ihe fortnhtlon ot carbou aud Increase the iiov.ver and sraoolh running quullllcs of the engine. Is of- rorcd by a Kansas Ci'.y manufacturer. TLe lUea of Ibe device is to provide a regular supply ot superheated a I cam o the motor, where, wiili each eiplo- sion, au cxlra supply of oxygen Is set Tee and surplus carbon is consumed. Thfi outfit consists of a nine pint, cop- per tank, with brackets for inslalla- ion, len feet of copper tubing with Tilings, and the water gas carburetor. Suction from the intake manifold draws filtered waler from the lank lato Ibc carburelor. which has n double Jet feed SCT in plain view on the instrument board. Controlled au- tomallcally by an air balanced gov- ernor, the water is fed by the carbure- tor drop by drop through Ibc copper lube Into a coll wrapped around Ihe hot eshausl pipe. Here it is convert- ed Inlo steam, which Is sucked through the inlake manifold into thc. cvlinders.' The heal of Ihe combus- tion flash, It Is claimed, breaks Ihc steam up Inlo oiygen and hydrogen, the hydrogen burning with the explo- sion while Ihe ozv-gfn unites with the excess carbon, makJog complete corn- lie r cent, gross on busi buElion. The device may be installed trip up the lakes in [lie gasoline launch. and fishing. of the beautiful moutilain "cencry. During ihe week Mr. Johnson, the Dominion park's publicity agent. Visit- ed the lakes, on official business, loo. A proposition is under consideration lo build an auto road from the lakes lo the U.S. border, vrherc it will make connection with Ihc road, coming from Glacier Park. This will certainly be a greal boon to molorls's If the pro- position materializes. Walerton Lakes Is an Ideal spot. FORD MAKES O< EVERY CAR HE SELLS The Ford .Motor company makes a profit of 5'21 on every car it sells. ThlS'tras brought out by Yke-PresI- dent Kllneensmllh, teslliying in the suit He further Uinl the Ford company alms to clear 12.01 ness in 1917. at a cost of about The Family Car finying a car for the family, IMs a good idea lo get one