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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE SATURDAY. SEPTEMBEtt 2-5, Exhaust Echoes Garage Gossip NEWS OF THE AOTO WORLD WithtiWMotorists of South Alberta 01 PERSON JN EACH FOURTEEN !N .SASKATCHEWAN OWNS MffTORXAR (Kegina Ix'ader) Saskatchewan lias been able to boast for sometime that !i as many telephones "per did the United States. It ran now boast, with equal right, that it has as many" automobiles, per capita as Jiave the States of the.Union. ?he number of auibnjobile licenses 1 In Saskatchewan" since the be- tuning of the Year'stood yesterday Asiumlng the population of thf Jbe SClXOGO, this jives every :14 people in a car.-anti theMa now the number of people fn.the DiiiteU Stales who .Would have to ritlo in each car whole uatkm to start out duck.shtwt- iiig on'the saiiia morning Saskatchewan is also considerably ahead ot Canada as a whole afii'd of the other principal countries of the world, us Is shown by the lollowIuK statement of the number of people per mitomohile owned Iu each: CldlESI Increase of Railroad Rates Puts Motor Truck: on Trial 9S5; 12.UOO; Ja- 'pan, By Simple Switch any Tensity of IJliiminalio'n is Produced Canadian motorists, lii anticipation of the iiew Ontario headlight law soon to KO Into effec', :ire bains attracjod to thi display of neu- A'vo four- headl'sh: exhibit :it Ac- liuildhis at thy .'.i.riiir Kliiiw. It is claimed this lUvir- -x'-H tf the t-h- A rHiig4'v'- "Eht is (Ui-i'sIiCO tneeie'v'ery heed of the inoturlst. A-KKK foot beam of light, slightly tilto'4. s-ap- Tilic.s.the mbtorist with, j Tvhl.le jignt lor country HajnlttoH Highway rhlgliway, 'as an. illustnilloh. permits ot: unlimitpd usi' of motor-traffic bel'.vifeU clt- iys'and the villages. lieUil and whWeiaJe ioilsea arK beginning" owned truck: caravans'.-'j-lorfif this route; The saving in Ain-alKJiaMllng. ibvjatlng the" double .loddlitij Urld un. oatiing. is nn econoHiv'Jultlsiflt. The huge moving vans Vls- itors ttfn' ;.issenger tvafile been at- and tho bus rjolnXYiirk'tlrpet, tfainilton, to Situnyslda 'and'iutenried- isle points in tins cjly; Is etcesdlfcgly ponular, judgiro; the usually ooiyded "Commercial' travellersVjfi sections like the Penlnsiila: and "South- ircMern where-.thc.'roads 'are in J'alr shap.eL thlcklyinopu.iated, wjil. ilkelXCaabtii Lhe auiii fa tBflr means iirtfiirrsf1'1" tlon. There; are many __ this mcde.of travel to tlieee pibUeirs ot industry. There'will also "be a greater "SnO more to the ciis tomer. Their routes ma> ba planned without the limited of the rail road. Their samples may hs handled more .efficiently and in erenter nunil-tr. The inerorsx In much; greater tha.i can b" rmig Trucks For Short Hauls The motpr Intel- hc-neve; prill at last come Into Its own This moans of transporting merchandise- ran ma terial, foodj etc., has-been advancing by .leaps'and bounds It has 6ld fair to outrival the railroad in short hauls Now ths die has-been tast It needs only the betterment in -oad conditions and Ihe railroads will be saved the bug-bear., of.their, .balanci-saeafethe short haul. The railroads have long maintained that on the short hauls. Rrtjurfltes. Overcome ,Aml this sudden popularity which is being virttiaUyJhrust'iajoBIth'ejhotor car will never desert it. If the manu- facturers, salesmen, etc., take full milage of their opportlmlties they can safely entrench themselves Intj nn (inviable position-In If they are fully alive ;ln.lhe si'tua-- tlon they will 'see Ms it II1 requires careful education of Ihe.publfc to over: come age-long otj-- traffic i.conditions' la meet unforeseen occuHcricei, and an honest attempt to oiily them-- selves in blit to help "a much .possible .the. 'situation throughout: jastor 'tul? "sblipn Sunday; (6 motor- 5- ize His jfWcSiaiju' ifoently v aslomotn'e sermou 9x1 "Splniual Gai" froiti the tonneah of I j ger car. Vv ,6j- fr'esslng fc'to service this uuuEual BulplLrof. Charles ffi-t Draper, paMor dt the Slavens Mebiuritl church, trebled his cfiufch auendance. tie adcTs' lie'cit to all Gas" sef-f niblor power.: He sild church' sKoutd'luv'JS four speeds Squeaking springs are frequently source of annoyance to motor ca owners. V'ot the trouble is ciulckl and easily remedied. Th'c oporatioi merely requires separating tho leave tf the springs and covering then with n thin Him of motor 'graphite to Iho fnct' that "grapliilft-'doc not "squeeze out" utider on application should bo sufficient' for I season. Big Money for You and'TtSctor Easy lo learn hy our simple methods and 'Competent .instructors. Big pay when yrm graduate. .Many good paying jobs waiting for you. We will glvo you the most thor- ough course in Auto and Tractor Battery, Vulcanizing, Welding, etc, Money back at end nf first week if you are not satisfied that this ia the best school. WRITE TOR FULL IN GAR BUTT MOTOR SCHOOL, LTD, 68 City Market BWg. CALGARY .....___..._ i tVheai .chifgiig T terminals are not marked .-plus Wad minus to indicate ho posltivei sides the piayrbe. used polarity." Attach b'oth small lead, plates pliien in a tumbler jrlth.bjittery solution ot .-Turn.on the- Ihree minnlei remote the plates. to; tiie positive side. :'Jt Two Mot- ;orist Should Stiip After D of Occident a- driier should always stop. in'Accident not always seem to'bft ihe'easieil it will. In run. al- ;waT8-prov6 the safest. Toe mere tact Uiflfyou though-you know fiiuVSre ar- inBnt'lu yijlif fa AVIATOR- ENOAGEb .TO i I 'SPV OUT GAIilBLERS i PITTSBliSGH, Pa., B-- failure of the' police to brtik up, jrap garnet whlch'arc held Sunday i.lri a thlcttly wooded (fldge netr city, officials have engaged; an aVIator to, fly the section and spy- out the gamblers.' It is said the held tfor stakes. I fi- an attident; fcrtfcf chine may before procfMffliinfurLtief 4'' kbMdn6J before pn icitdenfwl '.__i-flSr6 icocviia a. flriver sh6u1a7alwii.-s stdp, Wo'iild Kis' ciif'pr. First, self-protection: tha isfled thai it Is safe for______ rail.' Second, llo'property affected bv the'atcidenti. it ia another triick.a "Hit.'Sr what not. js'J especially when it comes "tt; the law. If the accident be at the-names and .addresses'sif'-fie'vk'ral iritoftsses for your own protecllon iiir 'well as for the prolectloa o'f JohFcm- -layer's cldent knows, and can prove how the accldenttsppeucd, the lilame will be plsceil'-wherf It uelous.6. Why do trolley car mo'urruen im- If they havy an acdv deist? To asumin the tacts, and ubtiln vrltneEses from aiKl others; to those facts In caart. will protect vwi against Unjust (iocs and froih the pay- Detroit sTeachers' c Assoclatfon is a hotel or suitable rooming house as relief from room horiase and high rente. RETAIN LEFT HAND DRIVE V Put 0. K. on U. S. Style of y Slffring, -'British automobile--interests' faileil tp formal prohlbiiiou of use of left-hand delve autoiijobtles. 01 -American m'amifacturers; even er Iiite'nslve ptttjiagahda on the park o'( Hritisl; misnu'factuiera with tlic- pub; and official requests to- the govern- .For ;soVie tnelr prestige lu tijeir own -domeslii HiigllBh'maliers-bave'aiiughl- tij lessen American 'market- chincek th'rough callsrig attentlou -to dan- gfc-.'attendan.t left- hand drive machines operating in-tfaf- in reverse to the -American' i.-: j, .Local men, connneutinr'upon--till nenartmeutal.. refusal'In-the Brillsh market, say tliafinvkers-should-nl least allow tb> permit- ting as it dofo ttia'-dnfplarxrf-the dla- uib'dd when ing tufting signals bt- iis your tires the, same and you kiiow the'-2cost fVe y "find -tnfie's' and of v isw casings. ;5old feanjvifties 712 3M AVE S B. CHAPLIN. Mitlt'od SPARK PLUGS GO FOR SIX MQIHTHS W1THQUT TROUBLE Tho modern spark plug'ojiprates for extremely long periods wtthoiil.'giv-' ins occaslo.nallyjtlie mot- orist encounters persistent plilg trou- and ot owners will install cheap .plues which', to say tho least are expensive. Plugs as now made snoiiW for slx'niontlis If (he operating conditfons'are 'right" Tlic greateat source of rilklg failure raay te traced to leakage In the plug itself. This refers to hot gas leakage brought about hy non-gua.lightness of: joints- tho- piug. itsolf. The losf. In power .due Id reduction In compression Is hardly vsbrtlt consldor- Ing .13 compurefl with the damage done the heat criusos track and because ot "cnrbon contained (n Ihe eas Ihero ia n Wnck deposited which also interfeiea with [.lug opera- tion ,Vhero Iho plugs so located as to rccelvo no benefit'from Jacket w.iter Ihe conrtllions are slill worse ho- cnuso suuh pluw nm normally hot. FEW MOTOR CARS IN ENiSLAND LONDON-- There Is'bils motor car to every 120 persons lirllnlh n every 6 persons Jn (he Unllwl Slntes. This Is the estimate' of Sir TI p Maybary, director of the 'roads'tle- partmcnl of the ministrj- of tnnsnorl According to the estltnalea fiiriii'sii! hy Sir II. V. Mnybliry 'there nre thrcc-tiunrlcrs of a million mechani- cally propelled' vehicles In Oreal llntaln, as against in the, liiiltctl states, according to a census last year, H is not Mated If these ffguros ih- clime moiorcycles. bul if d" It Krcatly decrnascs Iho number of motor cars in Great there are a large number t> In un here, i-Lu -J1''-'- i' More than CKwrolet cars J, 'i V s Y satisfaction daily use, prove that .__ GKewidfit Building Platform meets every of economical transportation v FOK THE AUTO BAALIM SEVENTH' STREET SOUTH ;