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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HEHALD JULY MbttlBE of Meicine Named In Pipers The Medicine Hat News says Welldeserved promotion has been upon Trickey In Charge of the local detachment of the Alberta provincial who has been given the charge of the division the rank of Inspec tor Trickey will take the place of Inspector Piper at who has been promoted to assistant sup erintendent witli headquarters at During the six months fee has been in charge of the Medi cine Hat detachment Trickey has shown himself to be a capnblf efficient officer and has carried Into the new force the glorious tra ditions of the of Which body he was for many years a Valued He left on this mornings train for Lethbridge to take over his new du ties and although his many friends regret his departure they are pleased to see that his abilities have teen lecognized and wish him success In his new Defective Johnson is in charge of the detachment until a successor to Trickey is CARS RUNNING AGAIN July cars are this morning in Vancouver tod Point The service has not yet attained perfection after the nine day NEWSPAPERMEN TO SEE WAR CLOSE UP An Atlantic paper Wen of the overseas Dominions of Great Brltalt from one side of the globe to the other nre now headed to ward the Mother where as guests of the British ministry of In formation headed by Lord Northclitfe and Lord they will be assembled and taken direct to the bat tlefronts of Prance for a up view of the Six of these here They will stay a short tlruo In Wash ington among the army and navy men and will proceed to A similar party of Canadian news papermen left here some time ago tor the other July conditions in Petrograd told him by a German the correspondent at Kiev of the Weser Zeitung says the Russian middle class do not want a What they want is to re tain certain things won by the revol Neither do they want Bolshe the correspondent says he was told by the aro highly disgusted and disliked though more German is heard on the Nervis Pros pect than ever was heard in peace adds the correspond is a picture of chaos in which only one feature stands out name antipathy to ifou get real tea value when you buy this and ite delicious flavor costs you nothing Blue Ribbon by Britishers for 14 Sizes 2V2 to Regular and To Clear Friday and Saturday 45 Youll find shoes but not this Youll put your foot in When you see this HUFNERJheShoeman Ifrebert AsqiiHh illrfes Presi dent at Lauds Him as Ranking With Lincohv uOfinoiif July foftner an address last night at the National Liberal praised President Wilsons leadership Inthe waratal his advocacy ot a league of nations afterthe The occasion was a hospitality dinner to American officers at which five hun dred prominent Englishmen were Vice Admiral commander of the American naval forces In the war paid tribute to the cooperation of the British and American navies and the submarine menace is now at ah end for we are destroy ing them faster than the Germans can build At Many Points Major General commander of the American forces in evok ed long cheers when he announced that American troops stationed ut from seventy to eighty different points in England and Former Premier In the course of a speech urging the Import ance of President Wilsons idea of a league of nations as the most urgent of all peace problems the Unit States as a nation has had the very good fortune that in the supreme crisis of her national the man whom she most needed for inspiration and guidance always has Thus came Washington and Washington and Lincbln are illustrious names which have passed into history We must not attempt to anticipate his lorys judgment upon men still living but 1 will venture to say that President Wilson has been the head of the Am erican government in times no less trying than in its President Wilson has taken the greatest decision our age and has carried his people with him in it he has laid before the world the grounds for his the rea sons which justified and compelled it and the spirit in which it was adopted He has done this in State papers which are worthy to live side by with the most inspiring utterances of his famous Great Debt Probably the world owes Its great est debt to President Wilson for help ing men whose vision has been blurr ed and blinded by thesmoke of the battle field to lift up their eyes and to look through it and beyond Itis very difficult in time of war to keep a steady head and a clean President Wilson does Betide Merchants Bank PAINT BUY II July announce the pur chase of the plant ol the Alberta Lin seed Oil Mills at Medicine The purchase rounds out the companys po sition in respect to essential raw ma as up to the present time while operating its new lead corridating and dry color plants the company had to buy its linseed oil the open mar ket some times from ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE July 12th and 13th will be redletter days in the of motoring in the Province of for on these two days car owners will gather from all over the four Western Provinces to attend the first annual meeting of the Alberta Motor League at Edmon Such prominent motorists as Sheriff of Presi dent of the Saskatchewan Motor Lea Fred organizer for the Saskatchewan Motor president o the Manitoba Motor Emmett vicepresident of the Cana dian Automobile attorney of the Manitoba Motor president of the Alberta Motor League and many other well known automobilists and good roads experts will be the chief epeakers at this big The Edmonton Exhibition will be on the same week and tha Edmonton Auto Club have made special arrange ments to entertain those attending the Such vitally important questions to motorists as good road marking and motor car leglsla tion will be taken up at this big It is hoped that all citizens of thie province who have the de velopment of Alberta through the me dium of tho automobile tit hext will Edmonton is donating three large silver costing to be given to the outside clubs as fol lows let to the the club bringing tho largest number of to the club bringing the lar gest proportion of its to the club sending at least 5 cars from the greatest These cups are to remain the pro perty of tho Kiiccessful club for the period one year and will again bo competed for at the next annual meet In order to obtain complete to enihip the ciipa must be won two con secutive years or throe different not Further information regarding this meeting will gladly he supplied by 11 secretary of tho Alberta Motor A General Clearing Up of all short odd lots and lonely Genuine bargains for Among the remnants you will find some of tho old Pure Linens and also a big lot of Pure Wool Dress materials in lengths of 2 to 5 Remnants of Ginghams and Flan Remnants of Wool Dress Goods and of Table Linens and Remnants of Sheetings and Pillow Cot Remnants of Cotton Voiles and Remnants of Curtain Scrims and Look at this for Suit Bargains Silk 3 Swell Silk Siiits in very best Colors Belgian blue and on AA And This One WOOL JERSEY SUITS Jersey Smart Sports Colors grey and on A A Clearing LLMM THIS IS A SAND SERGE SUITS 4 only Sand Serge made from fine all wool quality English silk Very best Clearing at per Clearing at 72inch Bleached Sheeting 63c This is a very low so quantity is limited 10 yards to a Clearing Out the Wash Skirts at Mostly colored Some all Values up to gA Clearing JLev 25 PER OFF BOYS WASH CHILDRENS ROMPERS 65c tVHITE AND COLORS Silk Hosiery 69c Colors grey and Gents Airywear Union Suits Pure knee length and Very Large AllOver Aprons 93c FAST NEAT BOYS AND GIRLS STRAW AND LINEN GIRLS CAMBRIC DRAWERS 25c SIZES 6 TO 12 Gome Friday and Saturday for the Values Ever Offered in this City to two examinations at the one by the American military authori ties and the other by the Canadian immigration In the case of Canadians visiting the United States the process is Special to the Herald July coroners Jury which sat upon the case of James who was caught under a rock fall in Number One Mine South and crushed to brought in a ver dict last night ot accidental Will had been working at repairing a portion of the roof about five hun dred feet from the entrance of the main haulage and was just starl ing out of the mine with his helper when about fifty tons of rock fell from the roof of the mine above the timber ing catching him but his in some miraculous saved him self by jumping ahead as the rock broke through the James Will was an old time citizen of Fernie and loaves a widow and two children to mourn his His Judge Wilson began the trial here of the miner who was charged with ohtaining money under false pretenses at the Michel minea of the Crows Neat Pass Coal Attorney Smith is acting for the crown and Macnelll is defending The casu was adjourned until tomor row morning to allow the prosecution to procure some records from the Michel NOT HESITATE July imml gratiojj authorities state that there IH no valid reason why citizens of the United States who desire to visit Can ada should hesitate to do so because of rigid examination at the They siy that the examination of peo ple coming into Canada is practically the same as it has been for aorne time past and that the idea which appar ently has got abroad in the United States that il is difficult for un Amer ican citizen to enter Canada probably is duo to tho fact that owing to the enforcement of the United States draft law visitors to Canada are subjected OFTABER Special to the Herald July sudden death of William a well known busi ness man of was learned of from Nuss had gone to Rochester some time ago for an operation at Mayo The operation was performed on Satur hut without Nuss dy ing ills wife and a family of six children survive He came from the States some years ago and had been in partnership with 1311 BELIEVE SUB IS SOCIAL DISEASES SHOULD BE ISOLATED July Brice of the Immigration one of the speakers at the luncheon given to the delegates of the Civic Im provement League yesterdaysaid he intended to bring a resolution before the organization relating to the ques tion of the conservation of life as a national He quoted in stances where experiments had been carried out with satisfactory Feeblemindedness and insanity was due to social diseases andhe did not think it right that people suffering such a manner should be permitted to travel from province to There should be a law providing very for such OBSERVE BA8TILE DAY July for observance by the American navy of Bastile the French Independ ence were outlined today by retary ot the Navy Daniels in a mes sage to all ships and They include thedressing of ships and thq firing of the national salute to tho tri color and commanding officers ara directed to cooperate in connection with local I J New July German submarine which attacked the Amer ican eteamer Lake Forest 1200 miles off Cape when the Lake For est was returning from a recent voy age to is believed to have been sunk by the steamers guns after a two hour running according to information received here today in marine Captain Herbert in command of the ship has been com mended to the navy department for sinking the MEN WHO FLED MUST REPORT July who have fled from Ireland to Scotland and to escape military received notice today that they must report to the military authorities for medi cal examination with a view to their being drafted into the The men are given a week to comply with the after which action will be taken agalntt HIGH GRADE AMERICAN DENTISTRY THESE are the points in den tistry on which we rest our reputation with the And we contend that good dentistry must combine Skill and good materials are of little avail when the patient is writhing in agony in the So we have a life study ot modern painless The ease and comfort of the patient is our first With assurance there do we Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Ark i Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE V EDMONTON OFFICE3 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