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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 2, IfllR VrR^ LETliBniDC.E DAILY IIKKALU LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT HERE [0 SIOOYIHE FUEL SIMl l-c.tlibrl(lKO In oiili'i'hiiiiliiB lo-dny a Tiarty of M:inltol)niiH luniilfid by S. ('. Oxtuii. ilcp. mlnialt^r ol' piitillc woilci who hpi'i) Id do Un;lr br'.il to tin-riivol Manltolian fmil rtirfU'itlty. With Jlr. OxUili iirft .1. A. Muc^fJoniilil, .1. J. AViUUu'o. ,(ohii Cireeii and A. A. Ilnaps. re pro son ting tht- city coiindll. To the lliinihl Mr. OxUiu presonlpd  he Winnipeg �Ulo of thi- (piOBllfin. 'I'hig city Is In :i curlouK p^)Kltii)ii. Tlir j)i;oplL> then! titiVf always boon ac-�iiatoniPd to burn hard coal. Their fnr-siat'oa aro ciiufppiiil with Hiitall flic iiots, whicli arc too smiill for the AV borta lump cnul. U 1h bard to Induco �tliani to inuke Ihn changu to t!u! lump coal and It Ik hard (o pri'Viiil on them nndersland that Ihn unnal supply of PennByivunlu coal will not lio avallablo thisi year. 'I'hcii thoro Ih a tnrluln aiitilialhy to Albf'rta coal. All tlioHo thInKH work togiHlicr to Iirevent llU!' Manitoba people from iirdtiring and early supply of Albertd lonl from tho dealerH. and Iht; dniii-i'r3 not receiving orders, nrn ord"-1ng very Kttlo as compare fl:itulence, sour eructations, sick headache, biliousness or constipation, take Beech-am's Pills. They quickly and effectively correct digestivg disturbances, stimulate the supply of gastric juice and Tone the Stomach Directions �i( SpecUl Valuo to Women ar� with Evary Box. Sold by dtusjisla Ihfoughout th* world, la boxei, 26c. SIIS HERE NOW Tlie review tribunal under the Military Service .\ct commenced its sltting.s here thi.s morning. Dr. Cony-boare was absent, being in Calgary attending a meeting of the Renche.'s, but the tribunal was opened by W. Sy-monds, the btlier member, ('apt. IC. C. .McKenzie is present as the public representative. Most, of the fiOO or 700 cases lo be dealt with are farmers'' who have been e.\empted. if they show tlittt they are actually farming they are granted extension until Nov. I. If not. they are disallowed if the tribunal meniljers are of tho opinion that they would be more valuable to the country in khaki. The previous day's list of findings will be luibli-shcd daily in The Herald. Tlie will of tho late T. B. Rogers-, of Vancouver, filed for probate, shows an estate valued at $l,i;r)0,o6o, practically all of which is left to the widow. ' CHEVROLET NEW PRICES Effective July 15th, 1918 -New Series- Mode] "Four Niijety" Touring $ 935.00 Model *'Four Ninety" Roadster 920.00 Model "Four Ninety" Chassis 870.00 Model "Four Ninety" Sedan 1495.00 Model "Four Ninety" Coupe 1470.00 ALL PRICES F. 0, B, 08HAWA. If you have not yet purchased your Chevi'olet consult the nearest Chevrolet Dealer at once. The CHEVROLET MOTOR Co., of Canada, Ltd* osHAWA, Canada  ' ' Western Parts and Ulnlrihiitlng Hrauch; HKGINA, SASK., LOCAL DEALERS-BAALIM MOTOR CO., LETHBRIDCB. Over two years ago. In (Jiilarlo, .'i ci-rtniii fjiiDOUH boy'.''. workiT devised the scheme of getting lioy labor to rc-plucc tin: gaps that rlic war had made In the ranks of the farm liaiids of tliat ivrovini'e. lie spent many wi'cks cvi-lv-ing a Hiiilablo syati-ni, and then luil the proposition to the- liov.- hear his message. 'i"ii(! speaker dwelt particnlarly upon that period in tlie lift' of n hoy between fourteen and eighteen years of age. It is during this period thai tiie hoy makes tho greatest decisions of his llffl. It is li him .or because he! does not take an interest in any of I tho boy's activities. The lesult ls"Miut' when tho boy dysires any information instead of being able to go to his fatli-er, has to seek It from some other gen-1 eruUy undepeudablc st.urciv j It is inlerestlug 1:1 note Iba; ul the! age of twenty or twenty-one the in-} tluence of the mother begins to return and generally slays forever after. The second gn^at influence, that of the church lies in the associates and activities;of the boys of that particular church. In connectRin .with this, while it has been estimated that over sixty-five pev cent, of the .boys drop out of th� Sunday School at the age of from fourteen lo eighteen, the city of Regina claims an this your of nearly two hundred and fifty per cent, of boys of thla age. The in{luenl�e:''Hotsus: The paiiy is u�u' UtiulU'iiua Until Yea in Herald CANADIAN CHEWING GUM Ca uwvu HAVE YOU ONE DECAYED TOOTH? THR.V should you let ns put it to rights' at once, because that tooth will spread its decay to the others, just as one rotten apple in a barrel of good ones , will finally corrupt, tho rest. Don't put off your visit'till tomorrow and then the next day. Come to our offices today. It will cost less, and save you much .worry and inconvenience later on, Hon't he afraid either. I'ainlessness has beeu our .Ills study. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Elk., 4 Doors from Lethhridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E; EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL.BLOCK. ....... 4 541 ;