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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ t�AGE FOURTERNP .TllH LferilBn!T3GE DAILIf High-Grade American Dentistry. i TC�,B^ we refer to onr prar-Mr Uco In the nlxno tonus it I'* Is not our aim to disponiRc , of cast a slur on nuy otluM- member or branch of oiir profosston. But WB (io wish to emphasize the fact that each of up received his fcarly Iraiuinp; in -.vml Rradu-ated from tlic foremost of America's Dental CoUprcs. .-Viul America has always led the world in the noteworthy acliiovements ot dental science and research. Of interest also lo the public is the tact that- ^ Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Bik., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. St. Johns, Nfld., May 4.-A joint committee of both houses ot the Ke-w PonniJland leglalaturo yesterday enlarged the first class recruits under the proposed conscription bill so to include men ot between 19 and years ot age, instead 6f 19 to 24, previously. AREANiUNCEO The medical hoard of review sitting here this week under the direction ot Captain K. Folldcn Nlvin ox-! amincd a total of X^'i man., which Is a record tor this work. The board will till Thnrsilny ot next week at least and possibly longer. k Fifiy-threo nien^ were examined in Letlihrldge Tuesday, and ot these eleven were found to be In category 'A2" and eight In "B2."' The following were raised to "A3"': juy Oreon, Urant; Harry Uoonard Schmidt, Hlnckie; Oeorgo Schroedor, Vulcan; t5corge Roberta, Carman^y; Joseph Harold Patrunia, Lethbrldgo; Marcel Danvoisne, Diamond City;; Leonard James Slngard, lllacklo: Hoy Boyd, Vulcan; Kuebon Lawrence, .Vulcan; Harrison Ooane. Lomond. The followini{ thu- found to bo in Class "B:'": Ralph Robertson, Taber; I'ercipal .larncs Cutler, Hold Hill; Leslie Lawrence. Letlibridge; J. John .Archibald. Cardston;Harry Griffiths, INobleford; Charles W. Jenkins, Vulcan and Wllbert M. HarN-ey, Carman' gay. Of the g; caso.f which came up before the medical board o( review at. Lethbridge on Wednesday 22 wore placed la "A2" and nine in ',B3," thus putting an even 50 per cent, ot tlie cases examined In the soldier class. Those reaching 'A2'' were aa follows: Romeo Rivaldl, Blairmore; Louige Camparlna, Bellevuo; Carelo Picolui, Blairmore; John Purlticate, Coleman; Do Maco Biagio, Bellevue; Antonio Leo. Bellevue, Mathlas Knodiil, Ir-vme; Thomas AUsopp, Bellevue; Otto Holstoln, Irvine; Adam Schneider, Irvine; Maguuo Carlson, Irvine; Oscar JosaBl, .Schuler; Joseph Strouok, ol, Sdhulor; 'Fsitrich James O-'Noll, Watterton Dlst., Mncleod; Otto ^alo, Barons; Qoorgo Ernest Tarry, Car-nmngey; William Chalmers, Carman-gay; MaxwoU- Chalmers, Carmnng/iy; Clnronco P. Oriant, Barons; Robert Ross, Carninnga'y; Antonio Cantallnl, Bellevue. The following were placed in medical category "B2": Ora Karl Soraor?, Champion; |lobert OampboU Bowie, Champion; j^arl MlllB, Carmangay) David Howard Mc-Leod, Champion; Samuel John Mac-DIanuid; Qraniim; William Roderick McRae, Champion; Amos TJibmas Crawford, Vale: Cliarle.'i Albert Reynolds, Irvine; Andrew Clock, Irvine. HUNS 10 REOPEN IHEOFFE E "After 20,000 Miles My Reo Six Is Still New" "LISTEN TO THAT MOTOR!-Can't hear it?-That's just the point-it runs as sweetly and ^ as silently as when it came out of the Reo shops!" A REO OWNER was speaking as he and his friend sped along over the road. LIKE ALL REO OWNERS he was enthusiastic oyer the performance and was extolling the quality of his car. "LOOK AT THE DIAL-the speedometer registers 20,126 miles! "AND BY THE WAY, just while 1 am on the subject let irte say that though � I have driven several good makes of cars, .this is the first one I have been able to check accurately for that/distance- speedometer connections always gave out or disconnected before that distance. "THAT'S JUST ONE of a thousand, examples I could give you of ther attention to small details by the Reo Folk. "EVERY PART OF A REO is made to "stay put." "THIS REO SIX has gone more than twenty thousand miles in the eighteen months I have owned it-and believe me some of them were fastand more of them hard miles-sand, mud, slush, slippery, stony-all kinds of roads in all kinds of weather. "AND IT HAS BEEN in the shop just three times, each time to tighten up the motor bearings and grind the i valves. My biggest bill for this "overhauling" of my Reo Six motor was $11.20." , "ALMOST UNBELIEVABLE"-"il'es, to almost anyone but a Reo owner. BUT THE VERY FACT-that you can-anyone can - adjust the main crank-^haft as well as connecting rod bearings from the outside and without removing the engine from the frame accounts for the small cost of-doing it. BUT THAT ACCOUIJTS for only one reason for the low upkeep of a Reo Six. THE LUBRICATIpiJ SYSTEM in this Six is as nearly perfect as is humanly possible. EVERY MOVING PART is amply lubricated and with the least possible attention from the owner. NOW WE ALL KNOW that any bearing that is kept always bathed in toil will not wAr. THESE FEATURES, combined with the fact that the Reo Folk have established a "factor of safety" rule of their own which'calls for "fifty per cent oversize" in all vital parts, accounts for the low up-keep of this biK,beai>ti-� ful, luxurious Six. DELIVERIES? -Fairly prompt now. Factory has been pushing work on the Sixes for some weeks past in efforts to catch up with the orders. SO, IF YOUR ORDER is in our hands at once you wori't have to wait long for your Reo Six. British Headquarters In France, M.iy 4.-There are unmlstakeable slnns of a re�umptlon of the Qer-man, effort to force the allied poaltlona on the Hill Chain west of Kemmel. Last evening the Qer-mdns opened a tremendous bombardment on Scherpenberg and on Montrouoe but no Infantry action followed. At five o'clock this mornJno German artillery ag.-iln crashed forth against the Anglo-French lines north of Laclyttc and to the south of Mont Rouge. The allies are well prepared for the attack but the weather is tTtlck and wet so that aerial observation virtually Is Impossible, LOCAlSTiis PASS VARSIIY EXAM Results of the University of Alberta examinations are out. Two Loth-bridge pupils. Miss Alleon Dunham and her brother Walker Dunham did very well in-their years, loading the classes in many of the subjects. Following are the subjects in which the various Southern Alberta pupils passed: Miss Dunham-English 53, history history 59, history 101. Walker Dunham-English 2,. French 2. French 4, Lijtin 2, Latin 4, mathematics 7, physics 4, physics 5. A. G. Robertson-French 4, history 2. ' .Miss Kollock, Oanl'ston-English 1, French 1, history lb, Latin 1, mathematics 1, mathematics 7, physics 1. H. Hamman, Taber-English 1, history 1, Latin 1, physics 1. W. Gidman, Taber-English 1, history t, mathematics 1, physics 1. .Miss Bryan, Taber-History 1, Latin 1, mathematics 1, physics 1. The car that is being built with this idea in mind at all times. \ Ten minutes time will prove to. you that there is a difference in the way 'he Liberty rides and drives. . , It is instantly responsive to steering wheel accelerator, or brake. There is no effort, no strain-eitfier in driving or riding. ' . The Liberty is built to give you unu&ual conveniences, unusual comfort. Ride in it. Drive it; ' .i There is a difference in the way It rides and drives. ^ Six cylinder Special Liberty Continental Motor. Timpkin axies and Timp-kin bearings throughout. Come in today and look this car over. Ride in it. Drive it. $2,025 F.O.B. LETHBRIDQE. Palace Motors Garage ] Patterson & Moncreiff 308 Second Ave. S. THE NEW REO SA BEAUTY Professor De Valera, head of the Sinn Fein, are to speak from the same platform on conscription at Ballaghad-ereon on Sunday.; It is predicted that this will he tho greatest gathering of Irish peasants since the early days of the land league." ' ' ' AVith reference to the yarlous reports regarding, the vlceroyshlp, the Times � says It undorBtanda Viscount .Middleton haddecUned to take a part In the new Irish governmeut. Lord Decles, husband'ot the fdrmer Helen Vivian Gould, who according to one rumor -was to be appointed to the vice royalty has told an Inquirer that he knew nothing about the report. "It I did I would tell you," ho said. E. A. SHARMAN CO. i ' DISTRIBUTORS FOR LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT, J ^SHOW ROOMS: 1217 SECOND AVENUE S. Reo Motor Car Company, Lansing, Michigan (101-40) E. H. Sharman is displaying to his customers a handsoiiie new car for which ho is now local agent. This is the new Reo, and It certainly lives up to all the claims made for It. The new Reo seven passenger, six cylinder, G6 horsp power, is a wonderful machine as well as a handsome one/ It'is a car of magnificent power, capable not only of picking up to 50 miles an hour in the space of halt a mile, but also o� moving at th^ slowest possible gait on high speed. The furnish-, ings of the car are;of the very best, and there are the latest appliances. PREiRMART TO VISUM CITY Premier Charles Stewart will be in Lothbridge on May 22nd. In accordance with his promise-to visit various points throughout the province his vijSit here has been planned. It . is liltely that he will be accompanied by soreo of tho other ministers of the cabinet. This will be Premier Stewart's first visit to Lethbridge since ha lif^-came the chief minister of-the c.-own in Alberta, and it is understood tho city council, tlie board of trade and other organizationii may join to en terlain him. / Black TreQdl Red. Sidesi Where Beauty.Is More Than Skin Peep 3 ID ' London, May 4.-The latest report with rctorenoe to the progress of the Homo Rule Bill is a statement by tho Dally MnB immediatply upon returning from tho meeting ot the supremo war council in Franco, Premier Lloyd George conferred at length wUh. tho committoo that is drattlng the bill with the result, it says lhat there 1b reason to bollevo a basis tor tho ud-juBtment of the clauses dealing witli Ulater and with tlio customs' and fin-ancoB hi*vo been found and It IB hoped tho bill will be presented to parliament before Whitsuntide (May 19.) With roforouf'o to tho contllcjt between the NatlonalistB ancl t^6 Sinn Foinors in East, Cavan, .where tho latter have nominated Arthur Orlftin, vlco president ot the Sinn Fein organization lo tlio vacant parliament seat ngainHt Air. O'Hanlon, Nat^na|-ist, the anulogoufl fact flovo^ops that John BiUop,. Natluuulial' l�^dor aiid never saw a motorist who wouldn't admit that the Black IVead end Red Sides combination in Piamond Tires makes the handsomest l&re equipment he ever saw ' But -v^e're hero to tell yoU;that you can't see, the real beauty about Diamonds,- t^eir husky strength and long mileage. You read about it on your speedometer after,thousands of miles. Tak^oiir "tip"l Try one Diamondl It'll cost you hsB than the average tire, and j^eforo long, you'll want Diamonds "all Varound", ' Diamond Tubes don't deteriorate while you carry them "extTM." They hold their Uf� for years. TUOt M��� BAAUM MOTOR CO., Lo^l Distributors Lethbridge^ Alberta/Can. TIR^S ;