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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEX ^ THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JRICKEYTOBE 1 INSPECIORHERE Sci'gl. Trickey of Meicine Haf, Named in Pipers Place Tlio Medicine Hat New? says; \\'oll-desorvocl rromotinn has heoii , conferred upon Sorgt. Trirkpy in charge of tlie loc-al detaohniput of tho Alberta IJrovincial Polico. who has been given the charge of iho division vith the rank of inspoitor. Inspec-stor Trickey will take the place of Inspector Fipor at Lotlibridpe. who has heen promoted to assistant superintendent with headciuarters at 32dmoDton. During the six nioiitlis ho has been in chiu-ge of the Medicine Hat detachment Sergt... Trickey lias shown hlmselt to bo a capable and efficient officer and lias carried Into the new force the glorious traditions of the Mounted Police, of which body he was tor many years a valued member. He left on tliii* morning's train for Lethbridge to take over his new duties and although liis many friends will regret his departure they are pleased to see that his abilities have Tjeen lecognized and wish him suicess In his new position. Defective Johnson is in charge of the detachment until a successor to 6ergt. Trickey is appointed. CARS RUNNING AGAIN Vancouver, July 11.-Street cars are Running this morning In Vancouver �nd Point'Grey. The service has not yot attained perfection after the nine day strike. NEWSPAPERMEN TO SEE WAR CLOSE UP \n Atlantic Tort, July 11.-Newspaper men of the overseas" Dominions of Great Britain from one side of the globe to the other are now headed toward the Mother country, whore as guests of the British ministry ot information headed by Lord Northdiffe and Lord Boaverbrook. they will bo assembled and taken direct to the bat-tlefronts of France for a "close up" view ot the war. Six ot these newspapermen-Xow Zealanders-arrived here yesterday. They will stay a short timo in Wash-iii/Ttoii among the army and navy men and will proceed to I.,ondon. .V similar party of Canadian newspapermen left hero some time ago for the other side. RUSS. ANIIPAIHY Amsterdam, July 11.-Describing conditions in Petrograd i.s told him by a German doctor, the correepondent at Kiev of the Weser Zeitung says the Hus.sian middle class do not want a monarchy. \Vhat they want is to retain certain things won by the revolution. Neither do they want Bolshevism. Germans, the correepondent says he was told by the doctor, are highly disgusted and disliked though more German is heard on the Nervis Prospect tlian ever was heard in peace time. Petrograd, adds the correspondent, is a picture of chaos in which only one feature stands out clearly, namely, antipathy to Germany. THURSDAY, JULY 11. 1918 LEAGUE OF NATIONS I Hreberl Asqiiith Urges President Wilson's Idea^ and Lauds Him as Ranking Wilh Lincoln you get real tea value when you buy this brand, and its delicious flavor costs you nothing extra. Blue Ribbon Tea-grown by Britishers for Britishers. 14 London, July 11.-Herbert ^A.'sqiiith; fortuer premier, in, an address last night at the National LibcRil Club, praised President Wilson's leadership in tho war alul his advocacy ot a league of nations after-the war. The occasion was a "hospitality dinner to Atnerican officers" at which five hundred prominent Knglishraen were hosts. Vice Admiral Sims, commander of the American naval forces in the war zone, paid tribute to the co-operation of the British and American navies and declared, "the sitlimarino menace is now at an end for we are destroying them faster than the Germans can build them." At Many Points JIajor General Biddle. commander of the American forces in England, evoked long cheers when he announced that American troops wore, stationed at from seventy to eighty" different points in England and Scotland, Former Premier Asquitli, in the course of a speech urging the importance ot President Wilson's idea of a league of nations as "the most uigeht of all ponce problems" said, "the United States as a nation has had the very good fortune that in the supreme crisis of her national history, the man whom she most needed for inspiration and guidance always has . appeared. Thus came Wasliington and Lincoln^ Washington and Lincoln are illustrious names which have passed into history. Wo must not attempt to anticipate history's judgment upon men still living but I will venture to say that President Wilson has been the head of the American government in times no iess trying than any in its annals. "President Wilson has taken the greatest decision.of our age and has carried his people with him in it. .^foreover, he has laid before tlie world the grounds for his decision, the reasons which justified and compelled it and the spirit in which it was adopted, j He has done this in State paper.-; I which are worthy to live side by sil'^l with the most inspiring utterauc'-.; o; his famous predecessors. Great Debt "Probably the world owes Its greatest debt to President Wilson for helping men whose vision has been blurred and blinded by the smoke of tho battle field to lift np their eyes and to look through it and beyond it. ft is very difficult in time of war to keep a steady head and a clean tongue. President Wilson does both. FRIDAY-- SATURDAY A General Clearing Up of all short ends, odd lots and lonely garments. Genuine bargains for everyone. Among the remnants you will find some of the old Pure Linens and also a big lot of Pure Wool Dress materials in lengths of 2 to 5 yards. Remnants of Prints, Ginghams and Flau". nelettes. Remnants of Wool Dress Goods and Silks. Remnants of Table Linens and ToweUngs. Remnants of Sheetings and Pillow Cottons. Remnants of Cotton Voiles and Muslins. Remnants of Curtain Scrims and Nets. Look at this for Suit Bargains $50.00 Silk Suits, $29 .1 only. Swell Silk Silits In very best styles. Colors black, Belgiai\ blue and bvown. OQ A/� Clearing at ............................. 6iF.vU THIS IS A WONDER, $40.00 SAND SERGE SUITS FOR.................... $25.00 4 only Sand Serge Suits, made from fine all wool quality English Serge, silk lined. Very best cut. Clearing at per suit................ ____................$25.00 And This One $36.00 WOOL JERSEY SUITS . $22,00 t only, Jersey Suits. Smart Sports stylos. Colors green, rose, grey and reseda. nn Clearing at ................. ......... ZZ*UU PAINT CO. BUY Sizes 21/2 to 41/2. Regular $4.50 and $5.00 To Clear Friday and Saturday You'U find $2.45 shoes but not this kind. "You'll put your foot in it." When you see this shoe. HUFNERJheShoeman Beside Merchants Bank ALBERIAPLM Montrea.\. July 11.-Bandram-Hon-derson, Limited, announce tho purchase ot the plant ot the Alberta Linseed Oil Mills at Ifedicine Hat. The purchase rounds out the company's position in respect to essential raw materials, .as up to the present tinie while operating its naw lead corridating and dry color plants the company had to buy its linseed oil in. the open market some times from competitors. .> ALBERTA TAOTOn LEAGUE ? ? CONVENTION. ? � > July 12th and 12th will be red-letter days In the hi.nory ot motoring in the Province of Alberta, for on these two days ear owners will gather from all over the four Western Proyincea to attend tho first annual meeting of the Alberta Motor League at Edmonton. Such prominent motorists as Sheriff Calder. of Sankatoon, President ol tho Saskatchewan Motor League, Fred E. Betts, organizer for the Saslcatchewan .Motor League, J, A. Ban'leld, Winnipeg, president o' the Manitoba .Motor Loifguo, A.#C. Emmett Winnipeg, vice-president of the Canadian Automobllo Association, A, S. Thompson, Winnipeg, attorney of the Manitoba Motor League, W. F. W. Lent, president ot tho Alberta Motor League and many other well known automobilists and good roads experts will be the chief speakers at this big meeting. - � The Edmonton Exhibition will bo on the same week' and � tho Edmonton Auto Club have roade special arrangements to entertain those attending the convention. Such "vitally Important aueations to motorists as good roads, road marking and wiotor cai* legislation will be taken up at this big gathering. It is hoped that all citlJons of this province who have tho development of Alberta through the medium of tho automobile M hea.-t will attend. Edmonton la donating three large silver cups, costing $�150,000 to be given to tho outside cluba as follows: let to tho tho club bringing tho largest number of cars. iind, to the club bringing the largest pix)portion of its momborship. 3rd, to the club sending at least 5 cars from the greatest distance. cups are to remain tho property of tho Kuccessful club for the period of one year and will again bo competed for at tho n'ext annual meeting. In order to obtain complcto town-erehip the cups must lio won two consecutive years or throe different limes, nut consecutive. Furtlier Information regarding this meeting will gladly ho supplied by II. Nowcomb, secretary of Iho Alborla Motor Loftguc-, CalBary. - --^ 72-inch Bleached Sheeting ...... 63c This is a very low price, so quantity is limited ^to 10 yards to a customer. Clearing Out the Wash Skirts at $1.50 -Mostly colored stripes. Some all white. Values up to $4.50. 1 r A flearing at............................... 1�9V 25 PER CENT. OFF BOYS' WASH SUITS, CHILDREN'S ROMPERS 65c WHITE AND COLORS Silk Hosiery at................ 69c Colors brown, black, grey and champagne. Gent's-Airywear Union Suits ... $L15 Pure white, porous, knee length and Sleeveless. Very Large AU-Over Aprons ..... 93c FAST COLORS. NEAT PATTERN. BOYS AND GIRLS' STRAW AND LINEN HATS GIRLS' CAMBRIC DRAWERS 25c SIZES 6 TO 12 YEARS, Come Friday and Saturday for the BEST Values Ever Offered in this City WAS IHE VERDICT (Special to itbe Herald) Fernio. July 10.-The coroner's Jury which sat upon the case of James Will, who was caught under a rock tall in >:umber One Mine South and crushed to deatii, brought in a verdict last night ot accidental death. Will had been working at repairing a portion of tlie roof about five hundred feet from the entrance ot the main haulage way, and was just starling out ot the mine with hia helper when about fifty tons of rock tell from the roof of tho mine above the timbering catching him but his helper, in some miraculous manner, saved himself by jumping ahead as the rock broke through tho timbering. James Will was an old time citizen of Fernio and leaves a widow and two children to mourn his loss. His Honor, Judge Wilson began the trial hero today, of tho miner who was charged with obtaining money under false pretenses at the Michel mines ot tho Crows Nest Pass Coal Company. Attorney Smith Is acting for tiie crown and A. ?,Iacnoill is defending The case was adjourned until tomorrow morning to allow tho prosecution to procure some records from the Michel office. (to two examinations at the borders- �one by the American military authorities and the other by the Canadian immigration officials. In the case of Canadians, visiting tho United States the process is reversed. AMERICANS SHOULD NOT HESITATE Ottawa, July 11.-Dominion immigration authorities state that there is no valid reason why citizens of tlio United States who desire to visit Canada should hesitate to do so because of rigid examination at tho border. Tlioy say that tho examination of people coming into (Canada Is practically tho same aa it has been for some time past and that the idea which apparently has gpt a'b'^bad in the United States that 11 IS tlJfflcult lor an American citizen to enter Canada probably is duo to tho fact tliut owing to tho ontorcoraent of tho United States draft iaw visitors .to Canada are subjected (Special to tlic Herald) Tnber. ,luly 11.-The sudden death of William Nuss, a -well known business man ot Tabcr, was learned ot today, from Rochester. Mr. Nuss had gone to Rochester some time ago for an operation at Mayo Dro3.'> hospital. The operation was performed on Saturday, hut without success, Mr. Nuss dying yesterday. 111.1 wife and a family ot six children survive him. Ho came from tho States some years ago and liad been in partnership with J. J. Bil-ligmior. BELIEVE SUB IS SUNK BY LINER Now Ygrk, July 11.-The German subnuirlne which attacked the American Btcamer Lake Forest 120() miles off Cape Henry, when the Lake Forest was returning from a recent voyage to Europe, Is believed to have been sunk by tho steamer's guns after a two hour running fight, according to information received here today In marine circles. Captain Herbert Johnson, U.S.N.R., In command of tho ship has been commended to tho navy department for sinking tho submarine. SOCIAL DISEASES SHOULD BE ISOLATED Victoria, B.C., July 11.-Dr. P. H. Brlce of the Immigration department, ono ot the speakers at the luncheon given to the delegates of the C!lvlc Improvement League yesterday said he intended to bring a resolution before the organization relating to the Ques-tloa ot tho "conservation of lite as a national necessity." He quoted Instances where experiments had been carried out with satisfactory results. Feeblemindedness and insanity was due to social diseases andhe did not tliink it right that people suifering in such a manner should be pormittod to travel from province to province. There should be a law providing very iully for such cases. OBSERVE BA8TILE DAY ''^ Washin'gton, July U.-Pliviis for observance by the American navy ot Bastilo Da^, the French Independ� once Day, were outlined today Ijy Soc> rotary ot the Navy Daniels In a mes* sage to all ships and stations. They include tho'dressing of ships and thQ tiring ot tho national salute to tho tricolor and commanding ollicers arei directed to co-operate in connection with local celebrations. iViEN WHO FLED MUST REPORT London, July 11.-Men who have fled from Ireland to England, Scotland and Whiles, to escape military service, received notice today that they must report to the military authorities for medical examination with a view to their being drafted,Into the army. The men are given a week to comply with the order, after which action will be taken agalntt them. HIGH GRADE AMERICAN DENTISTRY EFFICIENT, LASTING, GENTLE. JHESEl aro the points in dentistry on which wo rest our reputation with the public. And we contend that good dentistry must combine all. Skill and good materials are of little^avall whon tho patient Is writhing in agony In tho chair. So we have made, a life study of modern palnles.s methods. The ease and comfort ot tho patient Is our first con- . Bideratlon. With assurance there-tore, do we proclaim-! Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Ari. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry , PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-EIGHTH AVENUE � EDMONTON OFFICERS CRI8TALL BLOCK. 472? ;