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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDCm- i',Alr;Y rKHAT.D PAGE SEVICN U. S. EXTENDS IIS EFFORISTOCAICH IHE Search Southern Kcgions of Coast But Have Not Ijocal-ed Them Wii.sliiugton, JiDin (i.......WlillP nearly flirty lioui'h liuil 1)iihh(m1 sliici' tlm (Jur-iiiaii adlinmi'incs picyliiB upon  llir RliippiiiK off till' AtliiiUic (!oasl liail iliuiloaoci llioir pdsitiou efforts of (lie navy departniont to limit, down Iliy raiders has not Ii^shomumI in tii(> least today. InstoiKl tlio snaroli waw belPK i;xtond(Hl. to nioro �oii(.li(!rn resioiiH In llui Indiof tliat tliu Gorman nndersoa rriifl, alter sinklnK Hie NorwoKiau Bloamor Kidavold lato Tuesday off tliti Virgliii.i oapca hurried southwiird in tlio hope of rindlnK a loi-allty In wlilcli JUival palrolH were not so lUrong. Tlio location of the laidors olT llio Virginia Crapes, on the other hand, ioadrt the navy department otfltdals to helievnthat the HUbnuirines may have taken up n position in lliat region In the htdiuC llial there, In the path of (ranH-Atlantic travel, riohor prizes in the form of large curpo or iiaasen- Kor carrying vesnel.s or iicrhupn n transport might ho uhtnlnod. The navy dopartmont Btlll awuiled today u dotailed report oC the oneoiin-ler hctwcou an American doatroyor and one of tho Gorman Buhmarlnoa oft ' the Atlantic Coapt, The duBlroyei-; was still nt sen, as far aa known, and : llio (:f)nimandc)- of the naval dlHtrlet to , whieh the destroyer Is atluclied hud ' no additional intornuitlon. ICvery ves-snl in eoaatal or noariiy waters Is he Ing overhauled and Investigated by antl-aiilimarino patrolii. GOOD RAIN COVERED ALLDISTR Foremost Had About Three Hours-Heaviest Kain at Maeleod iJiitnli South AfrleunH Niinnwl feel-ing of Kngltsh South Africinis In this respect. As ii matlcr nt fjri, .Mr. llurton said, a pr-Djiorlion of tho recruits now eiili ling were of nntch extraction. KING HEARS M Eyes tirmg easily Prove eyestrain. Do not wait till serious trouble develops. HpcVe the strain removed. Tlie soouer the easier. Properly adjusted glasses will do it. We are experts in relieving eye strain and guarantee satisfaction. J. M. HENDERSON SIGHT SPECIALIST AT R. A. WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 This is for FARMERS lune 1st, 1918, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This is to certify that I .was lirosent nt the (lomoiiHtration of tho 12x2'l HAPPY FARMER TRACTOR whicli took place today on tho farm owned by Mr. O, 10. Bates, which Is joining the town of Cardston oh the South East, aud 1 did see tho Happy FarniQv Tractor 12x21 drawing three M Inch stubble plows at a dopth of (i Inches, and plow an acre in -17 iiiinuleB using 1% gallons of koroseno and pint of^ lubricating oil and Vi plnt of gasolino, using; a .1. 1. Case plow. The onglno handled tho load without the sllghtost trouble. I also, saw the iihovo named tractor pull tho BUino jilows in bromo grass sod on the lot of Arthur Sykos at a depth of R Inches and did the work appui. ontly without any extra effoil. H. J. FLOCK, A. ,N. SYKES, JAS. PILLING, RUFUS E. PILLING, J. E. HARRIS, N. W. TANNER. Distributors for Southern Alta. The Happy Farmer Tractor Co. Sherlock Bldg, Lethbrldge ON THE INCREASE .VIoiitri-'al. .fiino -Cross oaniing.s: of the three prlnciiial railroads of I Canada In .May wore tlie liirgost for j any inontli this year, but fell slightly | b(!low the lotal for May a year ago. | The (lecrnase amounted to $;it)U,!IS."i, ; Or 1-5 per cent, the second monthly de('rinise of tho year, .lanimry fignr per cent, be-; low tho-sc of .lanuary, I!U7. Large i gains ill .March and April more than } offset these docreaaes when the year's i figures to dale are considered. For ! the five months aggregate gross earn-1 Ings are .$!i!i,:il';.S;',:!, an increase oV � ?n,.'>21),58L', or u-!( per cent. ,-er the , previous record for the period, eslah- ! Ilshed in i!)l?. : The monlli�' reaiiMs are mixed � both Canjidlan Pacific and Canadian i .Vortheru reporting from | .May a year ago, while the Grand tlii> outer wards, whilituhble bottoms; 1 John'Doere Gang Plow, 12 in, breaker bottoms; 1 4-Gang Emerson Disc Plow; 1 S-Gang Emerson Disc Plow; 1 Walking Plow, 14 inch; 1 4-~Section Lever Harrow and Cart; 1 6-Sectlon Harrow ajid Cart; 3 McCorniIck Disc Harrows, outthrow;: 2 Bianol Disc; Harrows, inthrow ; 1 24, Double-dlfec Van Brunt Seeder, now; 1 22 Double-disc Van Brunt Seeder, new; 2 ll-toot 34-tooth Polkner Weoder aj\t[ Cultivator; 1 For'dsoiv' Plowing Kngiue, never used; 1 Land Packer;' 1 Bundle Back; 1 Troy Engine Steering Device; 1 Chatham Fanning Rlill; 1 Grain Pickler; 1 Stover Feed Grinder; Blacksmith Oultlt; 1 Slock Saddle; 1000 Bushels Qata; 1 Cooklng'Uange, C-hole; 1 Coil Spring and Mattress; 1 Churn. SALE STARTS AT 10 A.M. SHARP TERMS OF SALE; $20.00 and under, onsh; balance Ist November, 1918, with bankable notes with 8 per cent. Interest, Five per cent, off for cash on credit amounts. I i B. PROTZMAN. Prop. JAS. BLACKWOOp, Clerk- LEN NICHOLSON, Auctioneer, Phone 10S3, Lethbrldo* 1078 7378 657770 02863?48 ;