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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HftKALU OF I FTHRRIPgE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT HERE TO SIUOY THE FUEL SITUATION Lothbrldgo Is entertaining today a tiarty of headed by minister of public works who iico here tor do their brat to un ravel Manitobas fuel With Oxton are Green and representing the city To the Herald Oftton presented the Winnipeg side of the city IB In a curious I tie people there Imve always been ar ciiBtomed to burn hard Their jiacea are equipped with small fin which arc too smnll for the A Wta lump It Is bard to them to make the change to the lump coal and it is hard to prevail on u understand that the uanal supply of Pennsylvania coal will not bo available this Then there Is a certain antipathy to Alberta All these things work together to prevent theManitoba people from ordering and early supply of Alberta coal from the and the deal not receiving are 1ng very little as compared with th noailH of the from the A borta mine That one reason Alberta Is today filling Manitoba order as fast as it as claimed by John chief mine inspector for Another thing which against the early ordering of Albertn coal for next winter by people Is they have the stor age space In their cellars and many of them cannot afford to buy coal manr months In advancd of their ta says a campaign of education of the Monl toba pepple along various operators should aStia experts to that province teach tho people how Co vmo Alberta lump Tho dealers must bn shown how to Btoro it flnd the people miiBt bo the same The Manitoba delegation realizes tho situation and Is vary anxloin that something should be done to overcome the sit uation which has arisen In the city the Manitoba party will John and they aro also visiting the mines of the dis From here they will go to tho other coal fields in the province In smirch of practical ItlLS OF RflUM Special services were hold on Sun day In the church which mark Its formal This splendid building wnfl started same four years Sunday marked Its com pletion and the largest crowd ever in attendance marked its The services which were most Impres sive wore taken by President Hrandley of Stirling and Snow of and were in the I form of a special prayer followed by patriotic Splendid was also rendered by the hethbrldge choir under the leadership of Action for damages lias been commenced against the Ottawa Electric Railway Company on behalf of Florence May Whose hus Warner riled in De cember as the Result of injuries he received when struck by a street Tlin members of the two lodges the A Star and Court Unity paraded Marys church on Sunday evening when a me morial service wus The rela tlvos of thu membors on service also The Snow refill ed an appropriate anil also read the immeB of the members of Hie two courts who are on the reaper live honor The names arc an follows Court Unity 9311 Brothers H Shippoboth E Meredith died on active ser vice G W Court Star 8098 Hrothers R Jesse J Flout Lip plngwfill died of Short killed In King In died of E E Petts prisoner in G REVIEW BOARD How often has an attack of indigestion interfered with your work or foiled your pleasure Good health is mostly a matter of sound Whenever you are troubled by sour sick biliousness or take Beech am s They quickly and effectively correct digestive stimulate the supply of gastric juice and Tone the Stomach of Special Valuo to Wonwn with Sold by drugguU throughout In The review tribunal under the Military Service Act commenced its sittings here this Cony beare was being in Calgary attending a meeting of the but the tribunal was opened by Sy the other McKenzle is present as the public re Most of the 600 or 700 cases to be with are who have been If they show that they are actually farming they are granted extension until If they are disallowed if the tribunal members are of the opinion that they would be more valuable to the country in The previous days list of findings will be published dally in The Her The will of the late of filed for shows an estate valued at prac tically all of which is left to the CHEVROLET Car of tRe NEW PRICES Effective July 1918 New Series del Four Niqety Touring Model Four Ninety Roadster Model Four Ninety Chassis Model Four Ninety Sedan Model Four Ninety Coupe ALL PRICES Taylor Statten Deals With This in Two Sunday Over two years In v certain famous boys worker divlaed the arhpmn of getting boy labor to re place the gaps thu war had made In the ranks of the farm hands of that He spent many evolv ing a suitable and then put tho proposition to the boys caking for a certain numbiT of volun was triple the amount and so well did thu iyHtcm work out laior the Canj ada Food Board for the organis er and requested him to put on a Dom inion wide campaign and make th movement universal all over Thai man was Taylor and his organization thp Soldiers of the Statten arrived In the city on Saturday and occupied tinpulpit of Knox on Sunday Mure he delivered a stirring and in tensely Interesting addict on tho boy problem of the present The need 01 leaders was never greater than at the said and made a strong appeal for incn to engage in this i In the evening Statten spoke at Wesley church and thuro was a splen did turnout to hear his speaker dwelt particularly upon thut period in the life of a boy between fourteen and jgighleen years of It Is during this period that the boy makes the greatest decisions of his It is here that most of his both good and bad are formed and It is the duty of boys and men to see that through their activities and Influence that the boys is guid ed along the right The Influences There are three Influences that effect the boys decisions in this per jod and they are the the church and the The first is subdivided into two The period of the mothers influence and then of the Mothers Influence is abso lutely predominant at the start but it j radually diminishes uiitil at i f fourteen or even it has drop ped to Then has his inu ngs and it is during this period that many a boy and become esj either because the latter is I too busy to the boy the attention i he has coming to him becauso does not take an interest in any of I he boys Tho result is that when the boy desires any information instead of being able to go to his fath has to seek it from some other geni erally undependable I It is interesting in note that ut tho age of twenty or twentyone the in fluence of the mother begins to return and generally slays forever The second great that of the church lies In and activities j of the boys of that particu lar In connection with while it has been estimated that over sixtyfive per of the drop out of the Sunday School at the age of from fourteen to the city of Regina claims an increase this year of nearly two hundred and fifty per of boys of The influence of the school is most ly along side of the boys development depends largely on the personality of the The companionship of the other boys here gives rise to a fourth great influence known as the gang The fin est thing tbat can happen to a boy and with very few it happens to every is to be a member of a groups of boys of his own and who are sworn to stand by each other through thick and Among other things thp boy learijs to be selfsac xand congenial and The call of the gang becomes of mo mentous Import to the boys about the age of Statten then showed briefly how the hoy of today is being trained along tho lines of fourfold Concluding Statten made a few remarks on the work of the boys of the He explained 11 how urgent their need had been and how well thef were filling the At the close of his address zone superintendent of the S boys took charge and called upon the various members of the local committee to award the badge of In all about a dozen boys re ceived the AH the boys re ceiving the medals were boys of local High which speaks well for the loyalty of the High NofotemL IS CIOA1C A masterpiece of the cigarmakers Have you smoked a Noblemen cigar that is rich and thoroughly without being Made from h uniform blend of tobacco stored and matured by natural processes for many ISMS SODS urmroMONTREAL ALBERTA COAL MANITOBA HELD Alberta coal is going Into Manitoba at the rate about to tons a month at the present ac cording to a statement made to Tho Herald by John chief in spector of mines for who in the city yesterday for the mine res cue This is not nearly he states but he has no doubt the Manitoba people will get enough coal to keep them from shortage of labor In Alberta is the cause of much of the talk of prospective coal short The field should be ttirning out twice as much coal it is now while the Drumbeller field should be ralalng about xono tons a duy Albertas coal output this he will reach the ton which will be more than ID per in excess of any previous The surplus is going to Manitoba and although there is much talk there of inability to secure Alberta every Manitoba order so far has been Jackman gave a splendid evening sermon regarding patriotism il Wes ley Crngg gave a inspiring Hcrnion along patriotic Station gave another excellent ad dress in the evening at the United Church llodgtns spoke in con nection with Dominion Day emphasiz ing the need of the praying spirit with that of patriotism at I Canon McMillan spoke upon the need j of humiliation and repentance in con nection with the war at the Bap Baker touched upon the call of the nation which resolves itself into a personal call at Chris tian Curtis gave a splen did address on national features at Augustines Church Canon Mnr relWright urged the necessity for a spirit of loyally among those at home at the church of the Latter Day Saints the service was while at Marys the service consisted of special prayers and intercessions in connection with the conducted by In all or the churches special prayers were offered for the cause of the Al PAIDTIC DAY IN Sunday Observed as Day of In tercession for Allied Never before have the peoplif of Lethbridpe gathered so unanimously lor united prayer as last when special services were held in all tile city in observance of the day set apart by the government as a day of national humiliation and In Ivnox Church Statten spoke in the and George Lake and sports are being staged for their benefit this evening south of the This Is the real treaty money the bloods are spending their Visit to the city month ago be ing to dispose of certain coin of the realm had received in con nection with a land deal on the re If you have not yet purchased your Chevrolet consult the nearest Chevrolet Dealer at The CHEVROLET MOTOR of Ltd CANADA Western Parts and Distributing Branch LOCAL MOTOR At the semiannual of offi cers of the hethbridKe branch of the Sreat War Veterans on Sunday after Longworth was renlect od president and Maddlson was once more given the The following is the full list of offi cers for the ensuing six months Russell 1st Morrow and Andrew Maddi son Major Burnett Executive lUtchie Jlolmes V McKennie HI in A largo number of HJood Indians are in the city having receiv ed their treaty money the They being piloted by Chiefs Weasel Thu fs Herald California Phut packet in your pocket for On motor or train When fithing or At the or ball A luscious morsel to moUten parched mouths any Greatly appreciated by the boys in the Prominently dliplayed in everywhere Also ADAMS TUTTI FRUTTI CUM ADAMS Pure Chewing Gum CANADIAN CHEWING CUM HAVE YOU ONE DECAYED TQOTH THKN should you let us put it to rights at because that tooth will spread its decay to the just as one rotten apple In a barrel of good ones will finally the Dont put off your visit till tomorrow and then the next Come to our offices It will coat and save you much and inconvenience later Dont be afraid fuinlessness has been our Dentutry We PractUe It Is aGentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentutry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ACBERTA CALGARY OFFICE115A EIGHTH AVfNUE EPMQNTQN OFFIQE3 ;