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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE'FOURTEEN .Till-: LETlllWlDfiK UAILV UK11ALD SATURDAY, 4.'1918 High-Grade American Dentistry. WiHEX ive refer to our pmr- Uco in tbo abinv (onus it is not our aim lo disparage or cast a slur on any oihor niPiii- her or branch of cur profession. But TVB do to emphasize the lact that each of UP received his early training in anil gradu- ated from the (orvraon of Am- erica's Dental Colleges. Aiiu Aw- erica has always led tho world in the noteworthy athk-voments of dental science find research. Of interest also to ihc public is the fact Dentistry As We Practise It !s a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lelhbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRtSTALL BLOCK. St. Johns. Mid. May 4.-A joint committee of both houses of the Formdlanfl legislature yealerdsy enlarged the first class recruits under the proposed conscription bill 50 as to include men or between 19 and 25 years of age, instead of 19 to 24, as previously. The medical board cf review sit- ling here tfcbi under :Lc direc- tion ot CJiiuiu K. Feildea Mvln ex- l amiucil a total of 33'2 nioc, which a rcconl EOT this work. The board will '.t till Thursday ol next wcefc at least possibly longer. Kifcy-three m were eiamlned in Tuesday, and of theso tlevea were found to be "A3" and eight in U1W." Toe follow- log were raised to "AT': Jay Green, llrant; Harry Leonard Schmidt. Blackle; George Schroeder, Vulcan; George Kobtrui, Carinangay; Joseph. Harold Fatrunla, Lethbrldga; Marcel Danvotene, DJaraonil City; r '.Leonard James Slnganl. niacfele: Hoy Vulcan; Uucbcu Lawrence, Harrison Doace, Lomond. The following fcuml lo be, in Class Robertson, I'erclpal James Cutler, Reid Hill; Leslie LetUbrUge; J. John Archibald. Cardston; Harry Griffiths, XobJeford; Charles W. Jenkins. Vul- caa and Wilbert M. Harvar, Carman' gay. Of the 62 cases which came up be- fore (he medical beard of review at. Lethbrldge on 22 were placed in "A2" and nine In thus putting an even 50 per'cent, of tlie examined In the soldier class. Those reaching "AT" were ai follows: Homco Riraldl, Blalrhiore; Loulge Camparina, Hellenic; Carelo .Picolnl, Blairmore; John Purltlcate, Coleman; ,Do Maco Biugio, Belletue; Antonio 'Leo, Bellevue, Mathtas Knod-fl, tr- vine; Thomas Allsopp, BeJlevue; Ot- lo Holsteln, Irvine; Adam Schneider, "After Miles My R Sk Is Still New" "LISTEN TO THAT hear just the runs as.sweetly silently as when it came out of the Reo A REO OWNER was speaking as he and his friend sped along over the road. LIKE ALL REO OWNERS he was enthusiastic oy'er the performance and was extolling the quality of his car. "LOOK AT THE DIAL_the spee'd- r ometer registers "AND BY THE WAY, just while.I am on the subject let me say that though I have driven several good makes of. cars, ,this is the first one I have been able to check accurately for (ance speedometer connections al- ways gave out or disconnected before that distance. "THAT'S-JUST ONE of a thousand examples I could give you of 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 iri the eighteen months I have owned believe me someof them were fast and more of them hard mild, slush, .slippery, kinds of roads in all kindS of weather. "AND IT HAS BEEN in the shop just three times, each time to tighten up Ihe motor bearings and grind the i valves. My biggest bill for this "over- hauling" of my Reo Six motor was "ALMOST to almost anyone but a Reo owner. BUT THE VERY you the main crank-shaft 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 ACCOUNTS for only one reason for the low upkeep of a Reo Six. THE LUBRICATIQbJ SYSTEM in this Six is as nearly perfect aa is hu- manly possible. EVERY MOVING PART is amply lubricated and with the least possible attention from the owner. NOW WE ALL KNOW that any bear- ing that is kept always bathed inloil will not weVr. THESE FEATURES, combined with the fact toat the Reo Folk have eslab- lished 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 big.beauti- ful, luxurious Six. DELIVERIES? 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 won't have to long for your Reo Six. Jrvine; Maguue Carisoit, Irvltxe; Os- w KctaJfr; .Joseph Strsiicki Sqhuier; 1'atricli James tt'N'olL ol. er; arci Watterloa Maclcod: Otto Salo, Barous; George Krucst Tarry. Car- luaogey; WilUam Chalmers, Carmau- ear; Maiwell Clialmers. Caruiangjy; Clarence R Barous; Kobert Hoss, CarmangiV; Auloiilc Cantallol, BoUevuc. The (ollowtns were placed la medi- cal category Ore far! Soiaers, t'hJinpIoii; Robnl Campbell Xlovrie. Champion; Mills, Carraangayj Ilivld Howard Sic- Leod. Champion: Samuel Johu Mac- Diaruud; Oranura; KoderlcX Mcllae. Champion; Amos TJitinn CrawforJ. Vale; Charles Allierl Rey- nolds. Irvloe; Aatnv Gloci, Irvine. British Headquarters In France, Mny are unmlstakeable s'jins of a resumption or the Ger-' man, effort to force the allied on the Kilt Chain vvest of Kemmel. Last evening the Ger- mans opened a tremendous bom- bardment on Scherpenberg and on MontroUge but no Infantry ac- tion followed. At five o'clock this morning German artillery again crashed forth against the Anglo-French lines north of Laclytte and to the soiilh of Mont Rouge. The allies are well prepared for the attack hut the weather is tnicV and wet so that aerial observation virtu- ally is Impossible. lesults of Ihe University of Alber- ta examinations are out. Tivo L'jih- bridge pupils, Miss Ailecn Dunham and her brother Wallcer Dunham did very well in-their leading tho classes in many of the subjects. Iqwlns are tho subjects in which the various Southern Alberta 'pupils passed: Miss 53. history 57, history 55, history lot. Walker 2, French 2. French 4, Latin 2, 'Latin 4, mathe- matics 7, physics 4i physics 5. i A. 0. 4, history Miss Kellock. 1, French 1, history iu', Latin -1, mathe- matics 1, mathematics 7, physics 1 II. Hamman, 1, his-. lory 1, Latin 1, physics 1. W. GIdman, 1, hir- tory 1, mathemalfci 1, physics 1. Miss Hryan, History 1, La- tin 1, physics C Announcing Arrival of the Liberty Six The car that is being built with this idea in mind at all-times. A. v Ten minutes time will prove, that there is a difference in the way Liberty rides and drives. It is instantly responsive to steering wheel brake. There is no effort, no strain-r-eitherin driving or riding. i The Liberty is built to give .you unusual conveniences, unusual comfort. Ride in it. Drive it; s v There is a difference in rides and drives. Six cylinder Special Liberty pontinehtal Motor. Timpkin axles and Timp- kin bearings throughout. je. Come m today and look this dar oven Ride in it. Drive it. F.O.B.'LETHBRIDQE. E.ill. Sbarman is displaying lo his customers a handsome new 'car for which he ,Js now..local agent. This is the netf Reo, and It certainly lives up to all the claims made for it.pThe new REO seven passenger, cylin- der, 65 horse power, is a wonderlu] machine aa Well as a handsome one It'fs a car of magnificent power, cajv ble not only of picking up to 50 miles n hour in the space of half a mile, ut also of moving at the alo.weat poss bie'gait on higb speed. The furnish ng3 of the car the very best, nd there are the, latest appliances, E, A. SHARMAN CO. r 'DISTRIBUTORS FOB LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT, j .SHOW ROOM3: 1217 SECOND AVENUE S. Reo Wlotor Car Company, Lansing, Michigan 'Six-Cylinder Reo A f EXf'ERT SERVICE BE GIVEN THESE CARS THE ClOLt> STATJDAnra OK Palace Motors'Garage Patterson Moncreiff 308 Second Ave. S. Professor De-Valera, bead of the Sluti ?'oinfiare to apeak from the same pjgt- 'orm 'on .'conscription at; Ballagbad- ereon oh Sundax.f It is predicted that ihts will-he the greatest gathering oi Irisii peasants shice the early ilays of G laud "cague With tbe.-j-arlous re- regarding the the Jimea it nndcrslanda Viscount Mlddletoh had declined to i take a part In tlie uew Irish gorernme'iil Lord s, husbahd'of'the f6rmer Ilelea Vivian Goald, who according to one rumor, was lo be upiiolnted to ilia vice royalty h'as told ah inquirer that he kaew nothing about the report. "K 1 did I would teH ho aald, Tread Beauty.Is More Than Skirl Premier Charles Stewart will be In" Lclhhrlrlgc on May In accord- ance with his promise-to visit various poinU throughout. his visit hers has been planned. that he will be accompanied by sotro of the other ministers of cab- inet. Thfs will bo Premier Stewart's first visit to Lethhrhlge since ha camo the chief minister of .Hie crown in Alberta, and it la understood the city tonncil, Ihe other organizaiinna may'join to en- tertain him. re who lalGSt report with reference lo Ihc progress o( the Komi; Rule HIM ta'a statement If Ihc Dally MaH Immcdtalcly upon return- ing from the meeting of tho supreme war council In France. Premier Lloyil Qcorgc conferred nt length with, the committee that drafting the hill with 0ie says that thera Is reAsoh ,to beHeve a basis for the nil- Jnstment of the cTausds dealing with Ulster ami with (ho catttoui and fin- ances have hcen fonni and It Is hoped tho hill will he presented to parlia- ment tjcfore Whitsuntide 15.) With reference to Ihe conflict he- twcen the N'atforjalist.'i anil tho. Sinn J'olnera'ln East Cavan, .whera tho lat- ter hare nominated Arthur Orlfffn, vice president rjf tuo Sinn Fein or- ganization lo the vacant narllamont seat against Mr. O'Hanlon, National- 1st. the analogous feet ilerclpps that arjd never saw a-motorist admit that the Black 'and Red Sides combination iri 'Diamond Tires makes the handsomest he But here .to tell you can't see. the real beauty about their husky strength and long rnileage. You Tead about it on your speedometer after .thousands of1 miles. Tr' It'll cost you'less than the average tire, and before' long, you'll want Diamonds "all Diamond Tutcs don't deteriorate while yoil carry them as "exbrW They hold their life for years. BAALIM MOTOR CO., Local Distributors Lethbridge, Alberta, Can, SQULEG ;