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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN' THE LETHBRTOGE DAILY HEHAIji SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, AUEN ENEMY, TO -Local Here of Alien Who Came From U. S. Joseph Pincusp an ultaDy on firola, Is-lcaring today for Iho United from which country :he came into Canada, and thereby a situation which threatened at time to cause very serious trouble Ja Lelh- has been solved to tiie satls- ol all. Threats of a> riot !n which the Great Veter-lns and L their would pariiciyaoe were at the bottom of the all htnged upon the dissatisfaction on part ot the veterans of the local tnach wlih the wnole plan of band- line the alien enemy situation in Canada. The history of the case Is this: In 1916 Joseph PincuSj who is a brb- itherin-Iaw of Louis Keej. left Canada wenl-to the United7 States. Dur- ing the winter .Mr. Keel wished to; him return, sad wrote lo W. A-! Bucbtium, .M.I', at Ottawa, asking Mm (o use his good offices to this end. Mr. Buchanaa turned Mr. Keel's let- ter over to the department of immi- gration al Ottawa, asking them to do whit taey could to meet wishes o! Mr. Plucus came to the line Coutts shortly after but was refused admission on tha ground that he had not received his alien enemy permit from Washington allowlos him to leave Ihe country. Two months after- wards, en a wire from the superln- tendeut of Immigration to the inspect- or at Colitis. Pincus allowed to cross the Una at Coutls, he having re- ceived necessary permit from Washington In too meantime. A days alter Pincus crossed tha line, the superintendent at Ottawa the inspector nt Co-Ms not lo allow Pincus to. cross, the ground that representallons been made that Plncus was pto-Gerruan In his utler- ances and was therefore an undesir- able citizen. However Pincus waa In Canada, and came to Lethbridge' where he entered iho employ of Mr. Keel. Mr. Keel went to the Coast leaving Mr. Pincus In charge of his store. It: then be- came noised about that he had taken the placo of a British subject, and the Great War Veterans were up in at -Mr. Buchanan for .his part in placing Mr. Keel's request before the department of immigralion and at the department of immigration for1 allow- ng Pincus to cross the line without a proper Investigatlgn. This was at- er the Toronto 'convention when the Veterans were very susceptible about anything conuected'wilhMhe alien en- emy policy of government, and immediately there we're Ihre'ats that the Keel store would be attacked 103! some I h ing n as done, inuuedl ately. Demand Internment Vrtaldent Longw'orth and Secretary uHIsoa of the O.W.V.A. went to Mayor Hardle and the police officials with the problem. Ther demanded lhat Plncus Is either Interned or sent back to the States. The police ofil- dab stated lhat thera was no ground ilh' the ''dilution >bf the Plbcua affair, vote'of thanks was passed to President Dyson, May- or Hardfe-and'all those who liad help, reaching the, saiu stomach Lloyd-George. re dancer or a shortage of fuel la some parts of Canada, and aafd every day the miner luiteriav 'or the tuUon. should die days. The probUm Just n i not Ihe of food, but'of Mr. Walters concluded hit re in ark by asking the labor-man to think and study now as he hat sever done before and be prepared to help eolve the problems that will arise after the war. Quutions were asked by Messrs Barrpwman and Symonds, the latter asking Mr. Walters if it was the In tentlon of the Trades and labor Con gress to get re cognition'of the G. wt V. A., AS one.of Ihe greatest aftcr-lhe war problems would be to find employ ment for the returned men, Mr. Wat ters replied it would bo Inipractica to get together, as they were not a trade union, but aq most of the raei are eligible to join a trade union, he could see 110 reason why they should not co-operate, and humanity would benefit by co-operation. Serct, JoweU also spate of (he that existed be- V. Ar and Utxj r, a nd jlme when they would IM more v A Yfrtft of thanks to the concluded PIACC RIVER lla The Peace River district bus been tor iiany years the subject of ciuch Interest and speculation. Alluring i.T from'.adiealurous of __jropd-eriul charmluc.cli- mate and hare long iluceitTnt that charm of rcnwjice which distance and uncer- tainty blended with glowing promises. Now, however, the Jand so long famed by lecend and myatery Is.being prov- ed a reality, modern transportation baring, so to spea'lc, brought It to our very doors. A Journey, from Edmonton to the lowp ot Peace In- staace, which" fiVe years ago nearly two greeks of toll aud hardship may now be made, in less tban twenty: four hours, In comfort at all times of the year, trains to this latest seiners' mecca .which Is nearly miles north of the International boundary line, carrying both sleeping aud din- ing car accommodation. The Department of, .tho Interior, through Its natural resources, Intelli- gence branch, has prepared and 'is dis- tributing .a new Illustrated report by tbj N iryptf r: "pbwwa, iuap of th based oa Investigations mado official of that branch durlag season of 1917. The publication cor tains wltk n gafti to1 climale; agriculture, mlt tame, Uttcm and district showing, general; also accompanies tho. report.': Tho recent the It terests of settlement; of avail able Domfnion'lands haa tated Uio preparation gt a map would show Ihe area in Northern A berta that had been for sue purposes. This publication Is no1 available for distribution aad shoul prbte of considerable value to the r0n account of an erroneous stale ment Lp'indicate tha the half rale of hay'Ui be shipped Ii for the use of farmers did not eilem to points further south than Wilso Siding, there seems to have., been con slderable mis understanding on th parts of the farmers on the. Weyburn Coults'and Cartfslbh 3. S. Dunham Look this matter u thp U. F. A. wil a view of'securing Ihe.BJime rate fo the farmers along-Ibese; lines .tha were granted toMbe' .'other parts Southern' 'Alberla affected, by th drought. As a reau'irMrVHIgglnbothar haa sent to Mr. Dunham the Ing copy oC a letter from the Depar ment of Agriculture: I am directed to your la ter erf August 12th addressed to M Craig regarding free transportation o hay lo tho settlers on the Weyburn Coutts and Cardston llnea of tbe C. P 'This matter came to our'altentfo about a week ago and we rmirieiUalel K It ufl with the C. P. R, offlcla here. Informed tia lhat It wa the'Intention of the company lo 1: elude (he llnea in nuosUon In Icrrilnr A of their tariff W. The loc, agent al Cards ton had apparently m! Interpreted the description of this te ritory, I underhand -that shlpmen now being made from these line without any difficulty." It would seem from the above Idle (hat the half rate applEes to all poln on the abovg lines, and tbat the rat4 In question are available to all fart of that district. Several rlrafl evarlere altendMg th ahrlne at St. itoba -were arrested by 'rHo' Oomlnlo pollco, They were with a Ford and Service Of the Ford Car, ilself, surely little.need be'said. Everyone knows it's supreme value. Its reputation as a most-car-for-the-money automobile lias penetrated to farthest regions and to all points of the compass. This reputation has been, in no sense, a "lucky" happening." Eicellent in design and ione in value-to-lhe-doliar, as the Ford Car undeualahly Is, It could never hare won its reputation had not tJ.e.Cninnnny back of it recognized how essen- tial Real Service to the buyers and owners of Ford Cars'was bound to be. The man paying over his good money for a motor car wants a car, not for part of the time, not for most of tho time, but lor all of the time. And the FordWner can count Tm that! No matter where lia mnv go, what difficulties ho may encounter, he .will find Ford Service almost at his instant any rate, so near and so ready that the response Mr help will surprise and gratify him. Realize every dity and in every town of any Canada Jg located a Ford Dealer. H'.fs the Ford Company's boast, as it has been their that, no matter -whora a motorist may tour, he can find a Ford Dealer with a fully equipped Service Station ready to give him lha assistance1 or advice ho wants. Ford Service Is that is not a mere slogan, not a .well-sounding phrase, but A Very Real Thing We have on hand a COMPLETE STOCK OF REPAIRS AND ACCESS. ORIES of Ford Cars and Trucks and can fill any orders on short notice.' FORD 8. C. McCREERY, Manager r MEIBACH, Proprletar MADE; INJCANADA day's will find it easy to place to-' Chalmers in' its proper class among motor cars. You have only to drive a Chalmers to learn 'whether or not it reaches standard you have set for motor.' performance. This we invite you to do; v t J Chalmers motors have a tremen- advance. Two new Chalniers features, the "Hot Spot" and the "Ramshorn" wonderful and power. They do away with .the troubles ttal arise from low-test gaioline; They "warm D. S. Williamson Co. Phone 1496 Utkbridgc up" "the in cold weather. But you can best-judge how marked an improvement has been made. You will recognize the nice points of Chalmers performance, the easjr working of control parts, 'wide 'flexibility, reiponsiveness, efficiency. You will know whether the car "handles" well or not.. is, if you slip in behind the wheel tand drive the Chalmers yourself, Do that. A demonstration will be ar- ranged at any time to suit your con- venience, CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY of Canada, Limited" Tan Cur i ;