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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Over 1750 Iiwuetl UmiimI in Three Month*-I .mikn \h if aooo would uv >,u\ l4ut year mimelhlm: tnmobllo llratmw wi>r. I hi l-elhbridno lirun . imrtmeni of public w > in date mum limn i  l�xu�d and lout tltuii (if Inn ytiir have gen In almost exhausted, i.,. tllo pruvlnrn thorn over iiO.OOO cars, (in :>n i.m KiO |irr com. over iii� - >��-. It In liunlly ux|>nctrii th.i rAte of IticronHt! m',! l.r lua bunJni'sii being ill.;n� l". ors l.i it great Hurpri ,m �  MAKHtCi b If tlta1�M>-r>*l lli�l mi 'tin/ 3rd U�l y�r�i)i.li Imrc SUn��*r I'srk* �lili two annliiiaiiU �nri> |il�ii->�'� uf hiHlnft**, �ml a* I Jin ...... ii i ' unto liu�lnPn� afford* it Kimdly jwr- I fr.nn { cnnlUKii of III'- trinl.- II Ik Ihii Iii-hI i ill', 'ml. j iiiiiii- I linn lllill talk of mi cmtinrKo U.a i:iIm:.o ilimn, Ihoy cxiicct to do liil i;i-.ii-r lni.il-nc.8� provhlnt they -an m-ll tli-m fastor ihnn lliey cm k-i tli-in iln-llvo'roil t Imri! from ih� luviiiry Alborlu will linv- nun- iiinn :!n.-WIO-civm l>i�f�re th- nnl uf Ui- yiar. Of ihcso inure than 1."..ihhi will he south of tin; iiiiiln llni' of Hi- ('. I*. II. mill uf llial nnnihcr ninri' thun nnc-liiilf will be In Hi- iinispnt-ouB dlntrlct scrvfil by Ihi; LeUibrldjjo railwivy illvlstori. 11 M* ll : tit* tjtf ! � l�l�  � r ii#t upt. � �r m ��� � *'U IVE IN;, m ''" Cjuilm I! K Of I r;u Kinil ui IL Tim "IK)IiIi.t" Irncfor hoW by tlifl MrMnlimi Machine Co., I211-2nd Avn. S. Ik no striingrr to Uk; furiiicra of Southern Albnrliii During 1917 jimt about 1(10 of tlu;�n powerful Utile* niuchlncH wito illnlrlbutod by Air. Me-Million, iiml tin; fact that thoy urn Htlll hoIIIiir us HtroiiR :ih ever tills Hpring Ih nhoilt ns good a reconimomlnlfon us could bo nuked for. The ilislrlbutlng company here guarantees tho pulling power of the Holder to be aa rated, and this Ih one of the rcanons for tho unllKfactlon of the purchuserH. It In a four cylinder affair, and the high Hpoeil Ronrs are cnrloacd in a dust-proof oil tight ousitiH. Mr. McMahon is one of the ploncerH in the tractor field here. A now departure in tractor structure is shown In Uu> Mnlim; ITulversal Iractor being dlslrllnilfil in Uils dis-' trlut by the Superior Supply Co.. 2nd Ave. and l.'itb St. K, the operator riding the Implement boiim drawn by the tractor and liaudliitK the eiiRlne from thfli fmplcmcivk thUM giviiiK him per-ipCjgjtpptrol ot'bolli truclor iitnl plough ' or^Pniatover other (mplcnient it may bo. � It is thus claimed for tin; Molino Unlyeraal that it carrinH no useless weight and Is hitch-il viKlit ii|i close to the, machinery so that litllo as poBsible of the tractivo power is loBt. The distributing company states that ' tncriiollno will have an expert on'tile" ground hero for all culls, so that "service" will be a watchword with them. A full' line of repairs will also be car- Do not overdo the matter of lubricating tho chun^e-speed gear. If the gears are too noisy there is a tendency to put in too much grease or too heavy a grease. A light grease in summer tliiio is apt to leak out ir the case is filled too full. The same thing applies to oil both In winter nnd summer. Karl Huyrk. Utfll JMMrlhutor is Proud of Tbnt Knct-In IliK Demand *-Tln> firm tiny* It Is prulty horil (o pn*dIK just how much prices will ailvjiico. , j "And illo demand for mitumnbilen cmri fielp but by. ekri in ca' press. That Increased cost in raw^nia-terlal must bo carried through."uir t^j tho selling price 'of the finished pro-, duct. " "" ., "Down at the Mitchell faqtory ,trjby are doing everything possible tn,!}b!il prices down. In fn�t, they'-are prpui) to show; that Mitchell prices have nby Increased Bince last July."..'That^ doesn't mean, howover, that prlcesj-ftrb not likely to increase any monioht. And that's why we are urging carly\ and prompt purchases. "But, with all of these apparent dlt-flctiltlea, automobile manufacturers are entering upon their production plans with a "wln-the-war" spirit. At Mr( |rn;i((han iind Taylor Find Uwidy Suit. Fur All They (;m Sciure �i.iKiniii if-r � 1*1' . my 'i .1,- to  , Qll. .. jsi', . � th. , rmval ;! in. :: ililili' ,:, v. tin ftnllz- ' .i \y, . IK (;,;.��>., w:.- Ilftlic ' .i - �! Ig 111',ii ,.! 111:' 1 � - T - to- :t!on: !'n- ll' '! O l.-ylu, ).: ii :�� for li-.ivi-i a : : In li;- i.in. In. � i. and ;,'I'- 4n ,: ll, till' '.'!' 1 M :\ ; on ih- |"a: or ! shiriir Th 1-i.t 'lge, an-1 M ll'-c 10 di-iiunil tiii.' � i'ng i"'T iir  ftai'vore pm In aiVaffhi! folluv.. viiic will �iiow. u Hiili-ndiil i Koi Anv ork -M.tat i i.� ' i n Alh -i "ii ': :.i John Ii.':.' r|i-m lyp-^ i'.i i{l;�)Kt I ra' '-ir .'.. .i ".i lie- l.:nn�m aicl '.'i- 'I'/.l/i 'itv  ii (fivl'iii; lli 15-2*1 ll. p. 'iii;.Id- of djiiTiii.ini; a 'St" ihn;sh(!r. 'I'll!' Twin City fjll ira Kdw. l.ila;: Qii.c...... . 15,(li" Ka/ichewnn ... i;;.:r.i 115,597 1017 'Jl.liGl 10.COtl 18,501.1 : 5.11111 ; 5.054 i 7S,l!i;i 1 '.'III 21.2H5 ::i,:!C4: 191.318 , Inasmuch as water may accumulate in the bottom of the carburetor and cause trouble. It would be well to draw off soma gasoline on hand occasionally and Inspect it. If water is present It will he repelled by the gasoline nnd will form globules on the hands. If the carburetor has a drain valve the gasoline is easily drawn off. but If only a plug Is provided It must be removed occasionally, as you arc merely keeping the water then; to give you trouble later. If It bo possible have a drain valve fitted and so avoid trouble. Twin City "16' The Last Word in Light Tractors Embodies all recognized tractor improvements; trim, compact construction, powerful and smooth In action. No tractor Is more completely protected from dust and dirt, or has a better system of lubrication. Uses the cheapest fuels. Equipped throughout with Hyatt heavy-duty roller hearings. Two speeds forward, one revertfe. Special kerosene vaporizer with vacuum feed fuel supply. Total weight 7,500 pounds. Ask us for complet?.- data on this machine. A good supply of these in stock now and can deliver promptly. Full stock of repairs both here and at Calgary, Alberta. McClenaghan & Taylor SINNOTT BLOCK AGENTS LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. E" :,Tho Case has long been � household in tho. field of farm machinery Jicavior variety, and tho Caso "1*5??^|Jl living up to the reputation .lubliihtia^s^or Case engines and hreshing mli^Wnes put out years ago. The Caso tract|Lt comes in four sizes, to {meet -.'ail'^eM^ The 9-18. 10-20, 12-26 and 20-40. *flll*'|P. Johnston and Co!, Alberta bloc^nThiin for a long time been distributors fof!>J'usp machined, and their success .In Introducing tre| lighter Caso Iractors iuVhis dig. trict has been remarkable.' It nSf.lafm eiltfor the Caso of today that it product of over seven years tie1 melnt, and purchasers who bough' operated, these tractors last yen, 'h^ tost.boosters. "THE VETERAN" ;Sergt. illblme'b' Jowett, a| returned nohjier, has taken over from Lieut. Swjft the agency for this district of thesi Veteran, a mugti/.tuo published wholly by veteran labor, a bright lit-, tie jperiodicnl devoted to tho interests of'jtlio veterans and incidentally Is . always very Interesting reading lor the;.average 'reader, .; , Any one cun .recoivo this magazine veMilarly fay mailing $1 to Sorgt. Jow-ettijlat Lethbridge. The magazine Is jiubSjlfihcd monthly. The commissions for^sales ql subscriptions by any of the;veteran's go entirely to the voter anti?: funds. The Veteran which Js the organ of tho:-roturned soldiers and not ot any parity or clique, will dovote its attention, to the particular problonis ot national importance, and tho special news which interests returned Sold-iersj will oxerolse the right of independent judgment and criticism ot pub' llc.i|n,en nnd affairs. Its aim will not bo to create a now pai'|y, but to foster and educate a widespread body ot pubjlo opinion ; which will demandvand insist upon a high standard of government and ad>> ministration; and a' sanb and intelllr gorit attitude tcwords public affairs. AUSTRIAN STATEMENT' London, March 28.-*'On the wost-em front the attack h\\n again won ground," says an official Austrlu .atentent .rocolved ;hereJ. tpitny.;.: � ^ij.*' . ..1,#5�"|.., The "Heider" This is no "freak" experimental tractor but thehesult of ten ye practical 'field experience. It is a three plow machine and will an acie. an hour and pull a separator that will thresh a bushels of wheat per dav. Remember we guaianiee our rating. It :^';,r, ..r � " | Real All-purpose Tractor ;,,��' - i ,,'v ... ����� � �:1 ��� ��.' !' ^ since it is equipped with a special four/cylinder heavy duty Wari esha Tractor Motor and the high speed gears ave enclosed m a du|t proof oil tight case. Hence it is i Powerful, Dependable! Durabl IE MeMMDN i IV THRESHING MACHINERY~THkE Do Not Pass Up the Moline Universal Tractor :: The Opportunity Is Yours Today :: Do Not Regret It Later :: 'investigate Now" t; Remember This Is The Last Word in Tractors :: They Have Three Im-. provements Alone Which Save Much Power. "It carries no useless dead weight. "The plows are hitched right close / "  ..... , UP- , : ;: "No useless front wheels to push.". "The Moline Universal is all Tract-: or. "No better Tractor is made for touglV sod." "This tractor in all its details is absolutely guaranteed by the Moline . , Plow Co., who are the oldest farm I vi|riplemerit makers in!thie,States." :':"It-is made in; the, largest Tractor .' iactory.ih the world." , , c"An-automatic force feed oiler. Car-�J bjiretor, Holley Automatic Clutch, Conety^ie, faced'with Raybestos. Governor, centrifugal ball type (enclosed) running in oil. "7500 sold in 1917, 20,000 contracted to build in 1918." "The man who drives the Tractor .:rhins the binder." It Is Absolutely a ONE MAN OUTFIT 2 cylinders, size A ? plows in bieak- Size B is a self starter and runs a 28 ing, y in stubble. , separator. � 4 cylinder, size B, 3 plows in break- 50 per cent reserve power. No Tuning, 4 in stubble, ning on full capacity. , Vjou can have delivery today. No waiting, Repairs, a full stock will be kept in Lethbridge. Expert will be kept solely for Moline Tractor Work. "Service" is and always has been the watchword of the Moline Co. The* price is ; right, and no other maker can touch it. The quality is guaranteed and $19,000,000 is behind it. , 4 'Mi "'�'��:-i^ J The Moline Universal Tractor is in a Class : , "|"I � ,::, 1 ,. by Itself* Anyone who takes stock of its latest improvements will recognize its POWER- 1 *C SAVING qualities over all other tractors. Its simplicity and power will 'cmir^. J mehd itself to the ordinary farmer. . ' '-'./:...'-"i-'#if^^i c'j- � .. �. -,. �'�' 1 :' 1 rr*t-vsH'**f�m {-... ." SBMBBSmssh