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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta UTnsi tut r HERE BUSY GIVING e-  u,M-*t noi�� � >> t  � � 4 4 � � � MITCHELL CAR NOT ! INCREASED IN PRICE, ,1 f.'' Ovpr 1 ?.'>0 Ihhu�'i !i. im Ki"i':it In nf Hi" yi-iir uii ilVer ;il!l:tl UliMlHIfS v. i tllirt office lllone. A i'duplc n! tillli' > Mm ?ii fin- tin' ru*h : hnk Iiim'H no i' im-nt r.ui out nml^li'.' be Hciil lo KilmOni ���� i.i'itiHi In lifliu; Linn' ! i'- almost cxhiHiii!'"i the province there itviT Ji'.unO earn, ii n � � l.'itl |)l'l' cent HVi'l' I It U lwmlly expecti I'Atll llf IlKTCIlHC v. till'. Itltv.lnrsH being i]. . ' cm Ii u i;ii'ivi surpi : mile of iin embargo tlu-y cx(>'! '"� ""'�' " ">  �� | I � (' , ' .Iltvn.-Ml 1 � :fl.i h I. i it:.'iF,''i Pull  a '' i t jti.^^e,: i j V I*!"' ),:�. .-.| in  �... �l.(sU '� ) j  ' .rf l.i I., ill:,.' ,.t i ' . , 11111 \ ct 'I tie il !>l in,'' t; I'.ttp ' l.lii; l Ik n* .il'ilii' .. i' !i i .. ( al� ti > ; "Id J'.d!IHO)l'>!! I,/.i|. �'.''. :/j tlji' .'.'i.i' ] ( 'I'bul I-'act-*� I Dtmuntl VE IN ROW AUSON AND TWIN- [ CITY TRACTORS M'l J.-ri.,j,;h;tn :iiwl '!;,vinr lint) Ken fly -;.!( I in All I hr> -.-;it In r,nSni: '"' �f alhrr l> iii I'll i'lf! " !.' .Nt Huy k, iiiTirin; l,l J'lillnin. I.tu.i ' WiH'll lll'lll.'lil'l .. ..Il(,ll -�r l ' "il l'3L.'. '-"i l.ld IHi',1 i:.(r. 1 (iliii:;i f (.1 I Kin-I i )7 >A\f 1)10 I'l-l a V e ll" 111 lie POPULAR AS EVER ! 'I'iie "Ueldei" Inn lor nokl by the I Mr.Mnhon Mii'hilie i 'o . 121 l-L'tid Ave | S. is no Hlr.-niKor n> Ihe fitrinerH of SouiIdtii Alhertu. liuriitK 1!H7 JiihI j about lud of tin-si' iiowi.m't'ul lillle j niiiehlncH were illm ributcd by .Air. .Mc-^ ; Muliriii. .Hid Hie laid lliul they are hMII I ; KelliiiK as utrorif; ar. ever thiK Kjirin^ i;i . ! about as good ii rocoinmniidation ha J ; could be ashed for. The distributing j i company here. RiiaranleeH I ho iiullint; 1 power of Ihe Keillor to he as rat oil, j and this is one of Ihe reasons for Ihe sat i.-'taetion of Ihe purchasers. It is a j lour cylinder affair, and the high j speed sears are. "iielosed In ;i ilust-; proof oil tiffin casinj,'. .Mr. -McMahon is one of the pioneers in the tractor l field here. I :i" i nun I*, than pro.-perous L'd'iibrltlse Do not overdo the mutter of lubricat-i Iiik the chaiiKO-Hpeed gear. If the gears are too noisy there is u tendency to put in too much greaso or too heavy | a grease. A li^ht grease in summer ; tlino is apt. to leak out if the case, is ! filled too full. The same thing applies lo oil both in winter and summer. ippf'. . '  ".. under ii,i;m;,l i�jii|)'hi!I", tha' t>i".'iii In, leaned liri'-e; |!ni, v,)nii i|: .ni'iiiMibil" ��  ,nI)d helji bill exceed i',- uippiy. in j the flint phiie Hie peopie of Allii'i'inj i."cil autimioblle" now. more tlirui ,-vr before. Tii Scon. . . � io �ii Kdv. i- ;i S.ilcndi , f nt An  ork Job- . r.ipi'l" IS ill.i-'i"-! �,! il" ' . ".Ml Wo:';, o: of 'i. .. te:'ioo IJov ii" "Hii; Ko"> 1j>ii�i..r : :,i � ,'(-s. mo;; i. hea-.l"..f i. ii., ither plougiiin i.!:es an .,: ii at ion to t if. � ' Ho ti.;'!,."' lor more (>.. "...�,'�� u-(ergt. Holmes Jowett, a returned fioldier, has taken over from Lieut. &w}ft the agency for this district of the.. Veteran, a magazine, published wholly by veteran labor, a bright lit-, tie periodical devoted to the interests ot Iho veterans und incidentally is ahvayB very interesting rending for the average reader. Any one can receive this magazine regularly by mailing ?1 to Sergt, Jowett; at Lethbridge. The magazine, is published monthly. The commissions for. sales 0j subscriptions by any of the veterans go entirely to the veterans' funds. The Veteran which is the organ of the -returned soldiers and not of any party or clique, will devote its attention to tbo particular problems of national importance, and the special news which interests returned Soldiers', will exercise the right of inde pendent judgment and criticism of public in.en nnd affairs. Ub aim will not he to create a new party, but to foster and educate a widespread iiody of public opinion; which will demand and insist upon a high standard of 'government and administration; and a sano and intelligent attitude toynnlB public affairs. AUSTRIAN STATEMENT London, March 28.-"On the western front the attack h\ts again won ground," says an official Austrian abatement received here^ today. The "Heider" 12 21 Kerosene Trad "THiTl WSJ A This is no "freak" experimental tractor 'out the result of ^a practical field experience. It is a three plow machine arc! vJ pl^' an acre an hour and pull a separator that will thresh a,f >is3fl i *." bushels of wheat per day. Remember we guarantee 0111 rat I 11 *s ��[� Real All-purpose since it is equipped with a special four cylinder heavy cluh �aul^ esha Tractor Motor and the high speed gears an? enclosed m a du it proof oil tight case. Hence it is 1 Powerful, Dependable, umm THE McMAHON MAC v THRESHING MACHINERY~THRESHEI^P?L!ES Office ani Warehouse-1211 Second Avenue S^brnge Do Not Pass Up the Moline Universal Tractor :: The Opportunity Is Yours Today :: Do Not Regret It Later :: "Investigate Now" :; Remember This Is The Last Word in Tractors :: They Have Three Im- "It carries no useless dead weight." "The plows are hitched right close "No useless front wheels to push." "The Moline Universal is all Tract or. "No better Tractor is made for tough sod." "This tractor in all its details is rib' solutely guaranteed by the Moline , Plow Co., who are the oldest farm .: implement makers in the States." "It is made in; the .largest Tractor ' factory in the world." s , "An automatic force feed oiler. Carburetor, Holley Automatic Clutch, Cone type, 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 : runs the binder." It Is Absolutely a ONE MAN OUTFIT 2 cylinders, size A 2 plows in bieak- Size B is a self starter and runs a 28 ing, 3 in stubble. separator. 4 cylinder, size B, 3 plows in break- 50 per cent reserve power. No riming, 4 in stubble. ning on full capacity. You 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. , - The Moline Universal Tractor is in a Class by Itself. Anyone who takes stock of its latest improvements will recognize its POWER SAVING qualities over all other tractors. Its simplicity and power will mend itself to the ordinary farmer. Selling Agents: Superior Supply Go. Second Avenue and Thirteenth Street S. Lethbridge ;