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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .PAGE'TWEI-VE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD" .SATURDAY, SEPTEMBERS, IK, Exhaust Echoes Garage NEWS OF THE AUTO WORL0 WitKtHewotorists of South Alberta the afternoon had Ueen .unfortunate. [There bad baeu both tire and engine. ('rose piipplieci needed at the distribution stiitJon But trouble and the occupants, of i Lauiloostte wfrra beginning to i if ii would not be a "muVh wiser 1 to go back to Paris and start af But Ihe supplies wwere 'neaded the and t "Honl! hpnfc! hont- j j sounded tha honj. but Jfutilely. The. cuuiberscine lumber- f leg ia the centre of the road; continued to occupy the central po PRODUCTION OK AUTO TIKES FALLS DOWN IN AKRON; MEN OFF AKRON', 0., Sevt. of automoblU tires. of. this citjr. ias reached low ebb of the year and aorkfrs have been laid off, according to rubber com- pany officials. Ttwj SAT upward Is not beiore Novem- ber 1 and until then halt-time shllts will be the. nils. v.vfts captsln whlcied passed I "Follow the green line" was a Trit-jarid slirojslng n crossroads ahead, Ifcism in one of Kew York's No sarjAus labor problem Is re- That the roads o[ Saskatchewan (.ported, in Airon, as worktrs laid off) (lie S have found eiunlorment Barters. look at the. aigu- "I have just returned from -V molor trip to Calgary and back, and I found where "do go from' is a post. There, it was, looming itavk and fountrv tban in American ...orsione. which tells the direction and ma-fa flrtl. distance 10 all the nolshbormg towns. -di t br r.i-Qn in j even in thb: towns' "themselves olrl pfonc walls' at :ihe. corners marked iviih.the names of .dil-. :take. the other occupants of the car. just a kilometer dowa smooth road Xo the r the War Destroyed Signs Many: of the. signposts had mile- yMoqes destroyed during the vrar the ..highways, of France, were compehed :t6 bear uii utidel 'c'bnUnu- ous (rdffic. But now they baveLbeen renaintcil and put back to guide the travellers. You can not miss your Tvay in if' you go by the signposts. You'can, however, if you follow the directions of. the French' peasant 'who from the gloom "MIBUX- _ underneath. 'X3hateau- Tuterry-57K." Every kilometre thera- after these clearly marked, Btones I emerged j of the commission's office at Salerc in easier u Oregon at tie present j v j the roads on. this. side. of the bound- time Pitheriug road distance data to the erection of new quite Eond, if not better. Ihaj) Fi and crews are those siue. One eicop-jover the tlou mus'lbe liiide. There, is aii Accorai-ag to ,he siate law, up ad- oelleut piece ofjhlBhwav from alsli j TcrtisiDg matter alloweii on rights- througn .IxjiiArsaBe io the onlr signa belns allowed which forms part of the mterprovin- w (eet" width are those au- clal automobile cams dirlH.lcd ty the sUte back hy that ronte and am willing to; ,fhu tfl Voads adnill that it ia oetler ban aiiTthmE j Slgn3 the hishwaj- must of the sort we have in Saskatche. ou [e bej.ond the 0{ "The other through Medicine fiat and Bassano, was jiot'better :than tbe generality j the roads thai 1 found between here and the boyudary, 1 left Hegtna never tailed 'to point way a> 10 O'clock morning-and "had rniles..sped past, their-, white .forms outlined against the fist darkening shades of night we had followed the direction of our Frenchman, we would have reached the channel in' time, if had kept on going, I was the comment ofthe Red Cross cap1 taiu; No, yon cau not get lust in supper iu Swift- Current. .There was. only 'one 'really bad spot In'the rb'ad That was near' Parkb'eg..' The road from Regina to Moose. Jaw is excel- lent, and beyond that, -with the ex- ception noted, it is good at this season of the Leader. walks leisurely along' beside his Hwo: yon cau not get losi in wheeled -Toa Jusl follow thB mark- own.' J ings on the rffads. As to rey is told of a kittle' ette which at a. ;Attorney-Oeneral Alex. J. Oroev ''good clip. its.front seat 'occupied- by two beside thai of Ihe'.drlr- Uie .the car.loaded with and cases. They left Paris that' afternoon bound for Chateau becV obtained the I'.epublican nomina- tion of Michigan. Former Governor Woodbridge N. Ferris and Col. Guy M. were unopposed for go'vefnor and lieutenant-governor Thierry with a load of American Red [respectively on the Democratic ticket. GOT IT CHEAP Sept.' PARIS, Sept. anx- iety is expressed in- French official circles as to'the outcome of'the Sedan when erate that rpad'vs trolley intDrests in this state, Teas-sold yesterday at pub- lic, auction, .The.con-' cern lias been in the hands, iif ers for more than' a year. lamed ternis Io meuis.- foil he safets' of theyFrsiich'membera1 b" Proving Essex Reliability A Fad Not To Be Disregarded One cannot ignore the Essex performance of 3037 miles in 50 hours when considering light car endurance. In fact no oar ever was driven at top speed for such a distance or for so long a period of time. But if any doubt remained after that official proof made with a stock Essex, the cars in service each shows the degree of Essex reliability. Thousands of Essex cars show in excess of miles service each. And owners by their testimony are daily establishing the Essex not only as the most amazing light car from the standpoint of performance, but also MS the equal of the costly large cars in the question of endurance and freedom from mechanical attention and expense, Henderson Kane, Limited DISTRIBUTORS OF HUDSON AND ESSEX CARS he allied Hidden in ,tha f thteketa he top of a high" ridge, near Pitts mrgh, t-rap high takes nro Sunday OrTicers will uao an airplane to' spy hetn oat. Canadian Woniien Find Marked Advantages. in This Sedan summer dresses are safe Sedan. In sud- den storms you raise the windows and drive view unobstructed. "Sun out again" windows are lowered to breezes, but hot rays do not penetrate the permanent top. When leaving the car, parcels or wraps may be locked in. Women particularly appreciate the wonderful comfort 'of Triplex ending all fear of rough roads. i '.l.jfeh -this car is easy to handle and very Canadia'n'car to realize Obtilnibli. inustratwi Booklet on ReqiiKit. Cardston LYLB HOLLAND Limiccdj TorontOj Canada and out IE nation-wide friendship for the Gray-Dort cannot be based on price alone, for there are care selling at Blower prices. Evidently motor car buyers have determined for them- selves that the value and thrift of the Gray-Dort are very unusual. In less than five years the Gray-Dort has outstripped, in demand and production, a which have been on theCanadian market longer. It isnowoneof thefour largest-selling cars in Canada. At the present rate of sales, the market will shortly be bare of Gray-Dorts. T1' wjse pur- chaser will act at once, DRAY-CAMPBELL, Limited, Distributers for Saskatchewan and Alberta Head Office: Jaw; Branchei: Saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary GRAHAM MOTOR CO., Lethbridgc C. F. GRIFFITHS MILK RIVER SERVICE GARAGE WARNER PRICES ALL TAXES INCLUDED Model 15 Regular 15M Special 15D Ace 10 Roadster Freight Only Extra GRAY-DORT M OT 0 R S, LI M ITE D WATCH THE ESSEX CHATHAM, ONTARIO ;