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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY, 17, (MR MAIL BAG FROM OTE near v. ,-rv..Q Ihoir yre- -1 i'lHtUoii All are .ciemifas.- gTniu.- and otherwise iii order. ehlji- rTcilis' of implements other godJs bavo recently- been Hlrache moved Us Sliriing and will jotii il lo liU 'present house ou the tnriu. .coin lotted Hits will make him Cor Iho imrposo of niitllns up an vulbr o( llielr TUls move vast njip.irejitlj" Jroppctl on 'account of ;il larne line cdinjmy urgmlslug to yul up u I urge tin us u as jdoji as tho iuii- liliicfy would bo available. As ;'Cl, Ihcv liiro mid wllli the ctiibnrso on. car slitiuneiil.s, uintij' of tTHln jftowcrs nre worry-Jnj; aoout novlng their siirlug shlinnonls. Jerry Slcaley rcturueJ Ifttit Vrldny from Ihe Aihnbasea c-uuniry, ami B coiniortsiIJIy "coannodlous dwel- _. Coytfactor-.J-Thos. Stubbs and In on -Tuesday anJ Ihq creclion of n coiu- set of farpHttiildiiig on section tor :T.T-M.-. -Huff. Tlvis is tha ficiv sti of bindings ID tc i-rcct- Ly our nekhljors, aucl wo Tiope 11 'oT tbo. rapltl settte- }iien( '-of. ibat ".SV> E.' Siurscs returner! from visit.ia his Iowa lioma 111! last. He is accompanied by after the his uncle, Perry Jones, fcft .Monday for pakoln ho has a. good liosltlou Rwaillns him wtlh au Ini men I concern. Mrs. James Weihorelt speut a few days visiting her liro- Iher, llobcrt i-'bstcr anil family. They Irfi ngain on. Tuesday for their home at Qnefour. Mrs. It. T, Nelson returned on Tuesday after spending a week visit- ing friends in Stirling. ..GKASSYLAKE Our Oivn Grassy !.nkp, Mar., Mr. aud J la C: A.- will Mrs. G.'II.'James returned ou Mon- day from a three mouths1 visit In California. Tlie Ladles' Aid of (be Presbyterian church met Ibis week at -the ;upnio ol Mrs: J. Itobb. -Mr. and Mis. II. Lcck were firLetli bridge Frjday onrl Saturday ot las1 part of the summer on ____ Are 'plmuolug on 'creel.' -.'__ -ing on Iheir fats! ihc early, spring. i aro ID formed by ona of. our armory that .lie Ls considering eaiiouMy, iho .erection of ry. large" elevator atHhls point." While he. primarily for hla own f lsV lie'j'ivould be' -.his' 'able t considerable storase accomciodaHon. There Is urgent need of more storage rapacity Iho present af- fording simyly enough for buying ,11. J. .Berlin made a business.-trip to CaJgBfy. this. James was In Row Islam Tuesday. Jas., FVanks bas returned frou Mcdicina Hat where he bas Leon fo some time a patient in (be Medicine Hot hospital. Mr, -find Mrs. Parker Carrulhers returce'd.' Wednesday from Ontari whero Ihcy have speiiL the winter. ilr. arid Mrd- L. C. ilcKinnon am spent the. week end with 3Irs A. Matheson en route to their horn In Foremost IrcVi Mlchlgau they had .been, visiting this winter. ____ ___ ____ ___ _________n_ Mr, and -Mrs. Fred Medi talk nmons fome ot the farmers of! cine Hal; are !.he guesls oi Mr. am lormiug co-operaltvo -.asgoclaifuo, W. Salvage. They arc not merely ;Kcfpscric Tractors, but ll handle equally 'well all fuel oils, Gasoline, 'y -Najitha, liisltillatc, Solar Oil, etc. This oil burning feature makes H poislble for any Tilaii Tnclor operator to use whichever fuel Is cheapest In his locality. That makes for economy of operation... Changes fram.orie fuel to another require nD alteration of mechanism, Be Sure You're Right, Then Go Ahead. Buying a trsctor Isn't an evtry day proposition. A conefdtfrable amount of money.- Is involved. -'When you. buy 'a tractor; you expect to replace at least some, of your'.TiorEes, you naturally expect the .quicker, better, cheaper. Now in the showroom, the actual working of two tractors may not be readily apparent. case of like that what are you going to do? Take, TITAN I. H. C." TRACTOfl. There Is no quettion In anybody's mind as to the responsibility of -the company that batks this Iracter or I. H. C. rzcllities for manufacturing or Us facilities for looking after your interests. Repair. parts always fn itock. Now let us consider another tractor, any other leader you If he, can you say the same for the organization at the back of It, or Its facilities for looking after your interettii Doesn't this just about settle the tractor question for youT there any better way to know whelhrr you are eettlng a square deal? OF I BEST With a Splendid New Hand Completes (from Our Own Correspondent) Foremost, Alar. big ritsli of grain Into town has come Lo a emoorary halt because of tlio Ucl liat clcvfttor spaco fs extremely scarce otid cars aro by no rucflns vcrj ueutlful. Soino few loads of grain ore struggling IP, but dot nearly RD iiuch as last week TLo elevators seem very tiulel now, niter llie bus> days recently enjoyed. Titan Tractors Arc Better Thau Ever. You 'have only la interview any farmer who U already the user cf a Tilan and he will till you. THan Tractors, Tried anil Tested. They art past the experimental and proved a We represent Ihe I. H. C. ani wish you to write or phane us far descriptive literature of the machinery you .require. also carry a lir.a of sltighs, delivery bobs, wagons, democrats, buggies, press drills, dist harrows, power lifts, aulkies, gang plows, Owens'. fanning rnilJs and Smut machines, grain pieXIers, erain sacks. Agents' 2nd. for Aspinwal) Potato Machinery. A; Company OFFICE 117J SECOND AVENUE SOUTH RESIDENCE 530 on Monduy of iMs wcch. Tlio Altorado brunch of llio 'J.F.A., uic-l ou Saturday last In (ho UurUng- ton school house. There was n splendid' turnout of the ineuilfcru tmd all officers were on hand. Vurfouq wallers of-business were discussed nil Ec-mo" Important Bchomcj were ndoptcj Tor immediate- (illonllon nrnong which was the proposal for a new elevator In Xenilskani. .Tlie ladles of the U.K.W. were on Iian-J ond served light refreshments lo lhe men folk (or n nominal fee, the pro- ceeds to bo used fo) nntrlollc work, Tho Draniallc society of Foremost met ou March 12 nl the home of Mrp. McKfnncm and Miss llalu far R'uual ness sossfoji." 'KUvorable reports were hUYGly busy. .uuJ .as glvcd tljc; car- merchants compara1 iho uico weather hi an excellent clirtnco -to ;flvc account of themselves Tor uiost of tlio buildings now under con- struction havo been finished off ex- ernp.'ly ami iiu'ej only llio Interior Mulshing touches to maho tliern iii for trado. .The nienlion which was made of Ihc gift of Iho cliUUroD of t'orcmosl to tbo Uelgian Ileifef work In last week's page glve_j us Ibis opportunity of commenting further upon life nud activity amongst (bcra. In many cases the Quality of a community Is beet judged by the efforts made 01 behalf of tlie "children. In it. on glad (o be able .to say that we arc by DO means lacking in our omlea- vor to give lhe children the Lest pos- sible chance. Our local scicol has the distinction of Consolidated N'o. 2 in Southern Alberta, and those who are Interested take pride In the fact that there ate few beller. At the lime of consoliiiadon some two years aiid more ago there was con- siderable difficulty in carrying the scheme into actual effect but, thanks lo the persistent efforts of progres- sive men iho consolidation scheme was adopted and the old Huffalo Head Fdicol was .chosen anil moved Into town. There- were, .luaoy dif- ficulties In .Ilia way, but ihc 'promot- ers of the idea surmounted them'all, and by systematic supervision tho school 'has increased its area "and has developed n financial deficiency into a substantial asset. Before con- solidation (be school regularly re- turned one ct.ihu poorest provincial reporls but the attendance and gen-' eral efficiency Iiave advanced so of late thai ooly recently-tlic inspector for this district wrote a letter of com- mendation lo the .trustees. Up until thii year Inspector Morgan has been acting as" official and Mr. A- D.'iledliurst as chairman. .The reeei- iog held a- few weeks 230 elected Messrs! B. BcaUv Dick and A. iledhurst as trustees, retaining J. Watson'-as sccrelary- The school is now entirely in the haiidsiof the district on'd very optimistic plaas' arc1 being laid for immediate execution, including a new and- roomy home ror the leacher, a larger and more.efficient school, and even for Lhe: establishment ot a con- tinuation or Mgh School, for the of .Lhe district warrant siich A Good Teacher The present teacher, 3Ir. Conway, has proven just such a man as was needed at this juncliire in ihc school's development for he bas established, a discipline which ensures order. He brioge all his leaching what he terms the "logic of the and the children are taught. lhe art of reasoning in all-their lessons. Gym- lies arc encouraged and already a 55 in club .swinging lias been form- ed.-.which has-all but mastered this drill aud other sports of an outdoor nature, are planned for-later in Lhu year. Even thus early preparations are being .made for a big closing .cs- errlsc at the- closing of lhe spring lerm. The use which Hie children made of their Christmas trie surplus amply testifies to the patriotic senti- ments of the younger minds and the fact that the school has organized an club wlli 'a balance on hand of "over sli dollars, proves thai, the regular nietl- will be held ai the homo of Mrjs. {Roberts.! 3m April 2. Members and others iulerc-stcil will please tafcc notice of the dato and place of mcol- iug. Sonic what extensive alterations me being 'carried Into cifect In tho din lugroom at Robert's restaurant 'In the interest of ihe public. U Is (ho inleution of the yrourictor open up n lino of Boyd's confectionery aiu smairstock of oilier essentials. Porter 'AlbcrLsan lias succeeded In opeiilug up lils newly erected store for pulilir trade anil has lak'en ti (lultc a full line of groceries, Ihc quality of ho Is anxious 'to prove lo his customers. Already Ii has built up a fair trade for lie and his aklll as a stock handler aro ultosellier "unkaoivn around low We nre informed that J. Thompsoi lias Liirncd over the Foremost mea market lo Geo. is in fole charge of the business. I Mr.. A. D. Mcilliursl ts now com forlabty settled in tils cozy Ittlle of lice and 'folk ivtshlng in lulcrvlev him regarding IOTSTI just lo fincf hint non nre given to undcrsianil that li is sharing his office with n Sir. P.; .a barrister coming .t6 iu in an "of ficial capacity. Our representatives abroad are ft turningygradually to their hoaie'EtcaUs again1 and j among this number, .we make mention of Mr, and .Mrs. have returned from.'a visit early In the year lo frleridg and relatives'over the line. Mr. Bird, of BirJsJjoJm post office, who spent a few weeks In Winnipeg; }Irs. Owen children Hghtln? realize thai. lhe "boys" for them. Oilier ml c til me niton, but thtsc wfll be suf- ficient lo that Ihe life of our Is progressive and electric! Reitaurant Opened On Friday night (he new Charles reatauran.1 waa formally opened by a large social galhering: The Targe ronra was well lighted by the electric system newly installed and He space available was, none loo mych-fo accomiTJOdalJon, of ihe crowd there, was certainly one gath- ering, People came from the soulh, from lijc 'sasl, and from Ihe wesl, and everyone Rgrathr ilar. of the ;t cntliuslastjc meetings over licld convened Jnel lo IccL a local of the Jntlcd Farmer's of Albcrla. Aboul scvchly-fivo prospect! vo F. Karren, presi- dent of (lie old'Hoard ot Trnd'6 sldqd. Myron Holmes, Sj 'A.[ of layinoiid, gave a 'clear cut "ie of ca oncniti in. ".'I li'; iriucr-' was- in'o-emincnlly 'in' nectl 'of stronger cj-opprallvc inbvciiic'nt .in rdcf to best results oiil' of Ills work'and of Ills products. Mr. llolmea showed how co-operalion was blgMy beneficial In tho drfi.inizftlloU of breeding' soctclles, of "creamery manageincnl aud support and in UIQ selection auJ disposal of tlio netting Ills rights n nd itjuullflcdUpiiE for Lho offlco that present inliilil nwkc n aelccMon. Tho motion car rtcil pi rlilcr that tho candidates take olf.thclr coals p actively. U'hcii Iho liuze cleared, aw'ny arid >lr. 'Mcldrum was (julolcil down. Epeccbcs from Hie of- ficers wire In dciitaiid. thanked those iirejenl for (he honor router rcJ'on Mm ho would do i'lo' niako a success of Iho local, ller appealed for (lio support of Alt tho .Tho, 'off.cfm [X. in a lill'l QhSOCUUou Is Inter called Iho of Iho .mcolltig lo ttio fact lljrtt a ri'-y. olevalor "ifstit bo sotnr- for If llio proper wcro fit oncu taken. Ho Elated llmt Ihc Albcrln CoOiJcmtlvo Kl Co., :af idaiil nl nnd (hat A mjybl sccurp on6-aljo ff Die rcijiilal- April 1. The enrllesl p wua wllli ftiblnictcJ to coin- Hie ebmjiaiiy at Ibc lUQinenl for Iho pur- pose ot getting a man ilown liore t Jook Iho iioMlloii over. Another cle vntar la badly needed and will prob- ably secured through llni eii'ica- nt'nil vors of Iho local Eraln Co-operalloti cimhld-J the farmers, the apcaher osEDi'led, Id, fall Iu ei-pcrt advisers on nay sub- ject of farm nclivliy, and so ilcfiii-'. Ite results were readily obtained' oul going Ihroiigli llio loo often expensive school of experience and ox ucrl mentation. Co-oiierallou gavo; tlie farmer moro llmo to couconlrate ou tlie luumdlate problems of farm management; it was conducive icartels, lo Lellor servlcei-ahij bettor Icclinical advice? on tlie purt of experts W1io bad made a tliorougfi study, of different phases of farm activity. Mr. Holmes concluded hia rcmnrts by making ;i strong plea iii favor of n. local.branch uf tlie United Farmers of Alberta, slating (hat through such an organization 501110 of lhe benefits of co-operatlou could he moda to lake definite form, anil sulislanco by .work- ing collective aggregate-of Ihc United Farmers' as social iTr. .Karren .called for uominatibnB of officors. D., II, Dlngbaiii moved the namo ot.Ed Hodges for liciinion, Iu a neat speech, prespnlcd the iiamc qf.Chri'G, JPDSCII for Ihc 'satQc ppaition. Mr.' Hodges won out.' Mr. Jen son was appointed vice-president unanimously. '.the office .ol lowing were R.-PIngruc Tanner, Alviu LJcu MaLkln, John Tumor, Thomas. Hocking and Gas Owners Ate .voiir ov'Kcnr'eii; cuu them ami fit Ilieiii with WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT NIVEN BROS. 216 FIRST AVE. S. PHONE 1732 and haTo been holiday-' ne hack .-around old Mr. and McKlnnon ,-aud 'famils" who several months 'visit- ing relatives "and friends Iu 'th'o east- ern- P. Lla'kct who also ;Seen visit fng "across- the border'1 for n few weeks, "AU of "these as well, as .Lhose whose .return vre have-not uoled, we heartily back. t-.': 'On Monday evening a real organiza- tion meeting o( the band was-.Ucld In Sm.'lh's pressing eslablishment, "and representative officers were elected and n. plan, of campaign laid out general approval. The following of- ficers were chosen: U- A. president; Jaa. MeKao, vlce-presl- denl, and 'Paul Medhurst, sec'relary-' treasurer. A general management committee' also was organized, posed of lhe Jodcpb Evans." Tho TireL drew.' A Lallot slipu'eil a Ue lietwccn Iwo.-.tilEhcsL men, Mr. Turner anrt Mr. Maikln.' On a bccond Turner out'.bynj. -Art Miner. For '.the .last' QUALITY ALL'EXHERIENCED TURESHERMEN AfiD PLOWMEN RECOG- SUPERIORITY IN CONSTRUCTION AND PER- FORMANCE. TKere is a sitt Av'try'Tractor lo fit every aira. (arm- A very OH Tractors are equipped with double carbureter and Kerosene perfectly. A.very Oil Tractors cost less to less Prices and terms art right. Ltt us give you dtiaifs.1 Tractors demonslraleJ every day at our MACHINE Cbv ..L'ETHaRlDGEy'ALeERTA-iivJ-5 C on" lliis. f and U. Ilardacrc, given to undcrsfand .that We arc big social acd-tJancp is being planned Cor sometime -soon [or the' gelling financial backln; purpose .'of- .mo and a sub-- ,n be circulated: scriplion list will sooi Lo' test ihe; ciubusiasm of the town people. Now ye' tare llie Instni- and the organ.-' wilh tnen- in the i lead, all wo lack is the suii-.' port and wo are suro of'geLUDg that. VICTORY FOR VILLA El Paso. March declElrely defeated General Francteco 3Iurguiii's cojnniand at, the second battle ,of Rosaro, Durongo, according to Information received _ here today by government ajrenls-1 After leading the dc fa'clo troops Intn an amlush. Villa succeeded'In captur- ing one of the troop [rains and kJHeil and -wounded hundreds of UarranzB troops, Recording to this report. A personal encounter between Villa and Murgula.was reported to have oc- curred during the baUlo, but this was not generally bettered'by', the govern- ment agents. the evening as a huge sifxess. The muaic waa supplied li> iho Bc-a) "fcaso an ft was of the customary Al variety.1 The, tnurant will open on Wednesday will Ihereaficr be "always on ihe so." Friday nlghl also a his at the Sunalta. school house, north- cast of town whrn a big concert and dance was held In the Interest of the; Hod Cross society. There was a' larger crowd iircifizl than Ihe school house could comrortably accommo- date so many had lo remain Eiamllng i in ilic cloah room. AJJ were able to hear the concert ihouRli. and it was well worth every Inconvenience ex- perienced. The lirORiammo was lenRihy hut varied, heing coinposerl nf Inatnimrtnlal selections, soloa rhonses "ami sVcUhes The cMIdren of the school 'contri- buted two dlnloiiucg to the programme, j and Mtne of; the oMcr young -rrtoplt ijtrc5cnlcil 1'iinipliin and "Sooictrilns to Our .Them uaa plenty tr> eat and" ROCI! M.offce Lo ilrink and splendid music was contributed freely hy f a Leo. If. Dorcn, I. Kenna and C. John- son ?.nd Mrs. T. Wcabrook. Tlig concert was brought to a close the of "Keep the Homo r'iroa Ilnrning'' ati-J the flame (onUnued [atrj-tfie n-cc sma' hours. Ttio BROTHER OF R, SERVfCE DEAD i -_ 'Toronto, March Service, steward, .Toronto General hospital for the past ten year's and a brother Of Robert Service, Canadian auth- or and poet, died this morning of pneumonia. In hla thirty-ninth year. Ills'mother and second brother reside In Edmonton- YOU CAN DO BETTER- DRY GOODS. MEN5 WEAR. BOOTS l< SHOES NORTH CAftS TO THE DOOR MILCH COWS FOIt ,SALE i Fome Koine to freshen In --two arni' three vrccha, H. C. GUILBAULf Phone 1725 We invite you to inspect this machine! DEMONSTRATIONS WILI, BE glV EN At A WORD AS TO CONSTRUCTION-- This is a 4-cyllnder, 3-ptow Kerosene Tractor, of sufficient belt power to operate 24 inch separator. II is an all "Steel Geared" machine with nil fast gearc running bath of oil. Principal bearings are high grade U. S. Annular bearings- Nine years of practical field exptr- iehce has permitted the manufacturers of this Trai'.or to eliminate "weak spoil1'-, which are hound to appear in all (hat have not been thoroughly out. This being a 4-cylinder Tractor, vibration is practically eliminated. The above superiority In construction makei'.this the "Longest Lifed1' Tr-sckr on the marKet and this is conceded by all Who have In- spected these machines since we unloaded them yesterday. -Tractor s'tri'ctly- up to date and our price is "Right." Pint carload of -4 is already next week. Orrfer early that you may be cure to get delivery In time. j MRT McMAHQN 'ALDEBTA ;