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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta sawITday! MAnr.it .to. mi a Tin: ir.iiu'.nnicK nsu.v mkiuu) I'AliC K.I-EVKN Training Tractor Engineers In ^thbridge i FINAL STANLEY CUP T Toronto, Mttrfili .Vi--Th� plncrt of rPHlilnnce of the K'anl'-y Cup for lh- the Kamn would be a hummer, for the rllmaX In tlio niliiation ty--tween 111f. team* h;ii apparently been reached. Tonight, will rlcrlile and the inaiii that wlnH will undoubtedly hi; tho bent. Tho game will be played under N'. If. I,, rule* and that gives Toronto � flight advantage, hut. tho margin Ih very small for Vancouver littn played two gating now here under SPECIAL Oppo rtunity of getting acquainted vritk SEAL BRAND COFFEE is offered you in our booklet, "Perfect Coffee - Perfectly Made". Your request will bring it by return mail. 190 CHASE & SANBORN . MONTREAL Tho above picture shows the class ot 224 young farmers from all points of Southern Alberta who atten dml fhf T. H. 0. trtjrlor school hero, February 4 to 9. This is the targCBt tractor school ever held,at; tiny point In Canada, and" plainly establishes th.e fact that Letubrtugf is the centre ot tho largest tractor-buying public in tho Dominion. ' ' MALE DISTRICT Last fall-Miss Vora Connolly, n young Now York writer, visited Loth-bridge as well as other parts ot tlie wost, to gather material for a sorica ot articles on farming, and recently her series have been appearing in the Country Gentleman, a Curtis publication which Is probably tho most famous agricultural journal in the world. The following is the article Miss Connolly wrote on her visit to tho Goal-dalo section neur Luthurldgo. Residents of that section will rocognize the characters referred to: "I was especially interested In this farm wife, a Mrs. P--, because 1 had been told she was an ex-school-tuuch-cr. And 1 know that there Is no class of wOjinen In tho world 30 full of the longing to farm as school-teachers. Thore Is sorriethlng in tho confinement of tho schoolroom which breeds this hunger for tho world's "big open paces;" I wondered how this schoolteacher . Hkod nor prairies, now that she wbb on them. "We turned' from tho muln road Info a private? ono and whirled up tho latter to a very comfortable-looking,, roomy, two-story house, I had not' sobn a homier place in tho Canadian West. Out In tho barnyard some Cine I yoring turkeys gobbled at tho buby chicks running about, while a little yellow-haired child -in u pretty gingham frock played -among them, shrieking. . , i "It was Mr, P-�-'s mother who received mo-and oh, the graclousness Ot thoso pralrlo folk to the stranger! "I'll call my daughter-in-law," she bmlled. "I'in only a visitor bore." As I was waiting I looked about me. Rare wore- tho latest popular songs (m tho piano, and the lutost novels. One could have sworn that u city'i* traffic" swept by tho windows Instead ct rustling wheat fields. But Mrs. P- was coming In, with the fresh, vigorous greeting of. a, young woman of tho West. She had Si fine, strong face- the face ot.a thinker. And her poise was that ot one used to authority. "We call this Lynuale Farm," she replied, when I had told her my errant. J have wondered since why, some of thoso busy women did not tell me politely that I was an Intruder, with no right whatever to come and question thetn. None did so; and the facos of nil,'lit/up with an eager smile when I asked them to tell the women "back liorpe" what farm lite was like and what chances there woro for others. We raise wheat, alfalfa, oats, timothy and stock. � Is that what you wanted to know?" she was saying. 1,1 laughed. "No. Not exactly. I want the story of your own experience hero. AVas it a struggle?" ' "I'll bo qulto Honest with you, you want the truth, don't you? I see you or you'd have gone to the roal-csUito Tii'nis for information. "To begin at tho beginning, Mr. P- came out hero in 1908 from Illinois. Ilia brother was up hore, and, he saw groat chances for my husband. They bought, between them, sovon-, quarter sections of land and wont into'dlversi-fled farming. It would have paid them, had they'nol had flvo years of drought Without a.: break, "Yob. this''-wiid';Irrigated land. It Is tho^b'OBt to halve, of course. And yet our; watqr rights added to our expen-boh?' those dry 'years, if it had not been for stock raising winters, wo woijld never have gotten ahead. "As It was,' tuose">yoars .wore fear-full^ hard.x't came; up the j'ea'r,,after my/husband.-'\ 1 was, a' school-teacher in Illinois, (ind;- my husband was a biiiyc cashlor. ,So we .hud everything i to lourn, ' . '� �' ." ' '.'.' "{t's Ijoen an .-.uphill' road. But gradually we havo -gotten ahead. My hus-baijd'b .brother sold out his section and a half to us, and now my husband has, ' uUitogolher, seven quarter soctlonH,. M�w of o�ir (ncq|bo aa iat had tr uie intelligence of child require. It wa. CANNOT BE TOLERATED Toronto, Mar. !10.-Rioting in the Quebec City against Dominion policemen searching for defaulters under the Military Service act. cannot be tolerated. The same close searching that goes on in Toronto and other ol the more westerly cities in Canada must be applied In tho eastern cities. It Is said that Quebec City and adjoining areas have heen very little bothered yet at attempts at enforcement of the act, says the Mail and. Empire. as I stood looking up ;u it. I was glad I hart come.' Hero on bare plain;: where, but a few short years befoiv, the prairie,dog had been the o:ily denizen beneath tho , sky, these prairie-adventurers had erected a"fine, large two-storey building, where their children could) have the very-beat of what the world! had' to offer. ,T(te driver hurried so a neat cottage near., by. Prosent!:," he returned, accompanied by, a youni' man, who with his bright face and his vim wore tho last touch needed to give prairie life the impetus It should have. "�Wait till you see the inside!" he tried, unlocking the door. In vain did I pliwd trains and lack of time.'" Go through that school I mustt And, truly, I-was repaid. Here was provision for everything-from domestic: science laboratory to modern in- from the.'F--farmhouse; but, truly;) door playroom-^ hich the heart of MEN AND WOMEN TO EARN MORE MONEY The most powerful single influence in jrrcater production, ami,consequently in greater earning power, is the energy of the'worker. � To work his or her best, the worker must be in possession of perfect health. So many who start the day's isv^rk with full vigor, tire as the day's work goes on and arc forced to make frequent slops to relieve an aching back. This backache is not due to the work, but to defective kidney action, and will disappear if treatment with Gin Pills is resorted to. We have a number of testimonials on file from men who have had to give up work on account of backache, rheumatism, and the various ills that iollow poor Kidney action. Gin Pills enabled these people to resume steady work again, with the vigor of youth and all the happiness of unfettered activity. ) We will gladly send o'fre.e trial of Gin Fills to all who feel. tlie/. L- f"->- $ -a # >�. - - hm if Carter's You Cannot be Constipated and Happy Small Pill Small Doso " Small Price A%eraedy That ';;��' Makes.Life' ;VWorth Living t�du�tf:J* hea/3 signature A BSENCE of Iron in the ^"Tj Blood is the reason for H. ' many colorless faces but ^a*' 'S1RON PILLS �vjifll iireatly help most pale-faced people Told by Thoynton>Bnrges^ (Hunself) Stpries that gr^w out of.a fatljer's'love for his little boy, stories that miljions of chil-dreaenjoy having read to them t^very night- these wonderful "Bedtimcf^torids'' are told in Hie author's own voice on ColurAbia Records. Let the Furry Folk of the Green Forest bring happiness to your children, too- Peter Rabbit, Buster Bear,,Re4dy Fox, Old Mr, Toad,; Johnny (^hitclt; andi^yer so many other ^quaint little friends are vpaiting to go home with you to-night on these records. . '- " , 1' The$?arm the Bedtime Record* Jitady Nou) Peter Rabbit Pliya � Joke , The Teacbiij of Redd? Fox A7S25~;fjl.$X) ... , ]^7�{is-^$l.S0' Vim Old Mr. T�d Happened' \ Johnny cUck Finds the > Dia�wUa Batter Beer ; Best ThuS: in the World . A7S26-$t.B0 A7sWt-SUSO � Bute* Bear Geti  Good If ! ; " BrtaVfut ' A7S27- COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE ffflQ.; Toronto , POPtJU^IjI SERVICE ^'.Catiaqa^o; Glasgow �'>�'.. For full Inforinatlorii'lipplyjiip,-Agents or CompariV'6.? Office,' 270 'Main 8t> :, ;.........: .^J�5.iw*.,,^.v^�. ^llbtel'^ ,;;'wK^%;feB>^>to;'e. �J In These Days No Merchant Can Be Successful Unless He Represents You By J. R. HAMILTON Former Advertiting Manager Wanamakcr's, P!tdadtl$hins.idered foolhardy. 1, ,^ ' Now, out of all this chicancery; this* crossj-roaJds l^rtermg.'thlsrWjorlbV i/df^B^ old hostility of buyer and seller,'have^c^e,^ worthy institutions of the present-day.: And the one great factor that ha^broilKhl^triis change about 1 Advertising. And the reason for this isvthat^man is naturally, far more careful of .what he writes than of what hemerely-says, a, ^ , Today you, walk into a/ store with as much cpnfidence  as you would : enter your own home. You.feel that-every possible safe-guard is thrown about you for your protection. The Merchant, where .commercial enemy,* has become your httsmeMrepresentative. Your pleasure is his command. He will do ariythjng vvithin,reason to meet your smallest request. Even the manufacturers; and big distributors have u caught this feeling that they must represent youjor you will not patron-lze them. ''  " ' � .. - :.  ; [THis is the great thmgthat Advertising has done for trade. And the. peculiar part of it is that you feel this safety, this reliability, this surety of fair play only toward thosewho advertise. ' rl^"' ' v That is why the advertising columns of this paper should mean so much to you; That is why you should make this advertising.part of your daily news. Thht is why you should begin to read it today, and continue to read Jt every day for everything y_ou buy. ;