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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN* TIIE LETHHIUIKiK DAILY HKRALO GET AFTER IDLE MINERS UNDER Ml-LOAFING LAW NOW production Falling Off Because of "Holidays" Fretiuontly Taken 1>\ Miners iud'.t-t r> ( ..(., r.r*' >:: oil e\-t .llill.lt I'll 1 \- :'.,:.. :> w -rke'i an f :::. encii!;.'il in .-.onie useful or, upn :iim. in Mi.- ,i'i-..'iii'(. or to Miii'-isonmor.'. not oxivoiliuft si* .iuv.it lu. li:i..'.\j, Ml.' BATTLt WITH OFFICERS Vancouver. Sept. 13.-A man named George Lnyton, alias Geo. Lees, a Finlander. or Russian, who is suspected by the police of having ronir knowledge of the murders here List Saturday night of T. J. Roberts and Harry Caries, is alleged to hive opened fire on two officers tliir, morning on a road ne.ir Whonncck station, 20 miles east of Vancouver. The New Fall Apparel is At Its Best Showing Now.' Lines for women, men and boys are complete. More "Queen Quality" Suits Dresses and Coats Came This Week Ladies who are not familiar with this exclusive line of garments should sec them.. They are distinctive. The style and quality of material makes them stand out and mark the wearer as a well dressed woman. They have an atmosphere of refinement, and excellence that appeals to �U women. Our Showing of Men's Clothes was Never More Complete And oiler splendid values. Our custom made and ready made men's suits make our store one that can easily "suit" any man, with its wide range of materials and prices. Over 1,000 New Boys' Suits Were placed in our racks last month. They are the kind tne boy wants. Our prices on these suits will please the parent-the suit will please the hoy. -�THE TAILOR �608 Third Avenue South FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1:1, 1018 1ANDS0ME RIGHTTOINDEMNITY! FOR BEST WHEAT Yon Payer Snys Germany Must Have Her Lost Colonics Hark t Amsterdam, Sop!. .!.'. - Keiteratinrc that liermnny as "the Innocent mid ho attncked party." in the war, liail ii right to demand indemnification, I'rederu it von Payor. t he '.!-mania. E LOST THE REJECTED BALLOTS RE ARTIFICIAL FEET. i Fashionably Pointed Shoes Are v Inadvisable. Sonio returned soldiers with leg atnpntalioiis, who have boon lnMied artificial lef^ l�y the Depattinenl. of Soldiers' Civil Ite-KstaliUKhnir-llt. have nnderlalio!) tnVui down ihe wooden font so that it will fit into a fashionably point oil boot. The officials of the Orthopedic IIcpnrttiii-nl wi.sli to call the attention of the veterans to the fuel that this practice i-s unwise. A man who hits worn iinny hoots for sonio time cannot expect his feet to conform to Ihe narrow pointed lasts now fashionable. This i> especially true in the case of a man with a \ok amputation, and diirini; the months that lie (s wait ins for hi* -�tiinip to heal sufficiently for tho wearing of an artificial leu;, his remaining foot carries an additional burden so j:re,-it that it b- often necessary to prepare special orthopedic boots for this feet. In any case the strain upon II is so much ^renter than usual (lint n narrow Inst is impractical. It is the practice to issue to thisi man ninth a hoot ns will Kivn iiitn the maximum efficiency with his K"ons in Iheir artificial feel in order to wear special typos ot boots have, soon dlncoverod tint errors ot their ways and Imvo asked the Department; for now artificial foet toireplace ihoso which they have,i mutilated themselves. Tho Dopiirtnient ia not i'enpoii8llilo for adjustmonts to artificial limbs that have linon mutllfcted in this way. : . ; imsuiry It.el 'his morning wii.-n Francis i 'liadu i,-\. ciown in fiiance;-;. producH the en\ -An �iin- f j'o .:.-:on n.>� e:v �or.ry into vote^ Jo'.uis li.,rr,ok' i. !"� tterd.iy ..............op>'j containing; Cue ballots cast in Ciiambly-Ve:�> h.eres. 'tad been only abl- to find the counted vol-'s. As tile reject.-d 1,allot paper.; arc essential to tie inquiry, it was do d to meet in and ii. in Township j ,2 l!;;i!i;e -I. uest of the Fourth Morid-' j ;an. have in en erected into a School I .District under the name of The Ports-i Cmouth Sf'.-ool District No. ft705 of the Province ,,f Alberta. Se.nlor Trustee: �T. I.. T in ii and Ii. the south half and | , northwesi quarter .of Section 4, and I the southwest, quarter of sec. 2, inj 'Township 7, KailKe. 12; Sections and "H, and the north halves of Sections 2T, and 2fi in Township ii, ltani;e II; Sei lions 1 and 2, and the south half of Section 11 in Township 7. Utilise 14. west of the Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a School District, uiidor the name of The .Skiff School District No. 2.712 of ihe Pro-1 , vince of Alberta. Official trustee: T. ' Cousins. .Skiff. Sections 7, S. 17, IS, 19 and 20. tho south halves of Sections 2!t and 211, the west halvcti ot sections !). Ii; and ,21, and Hie south west quarter of jt-tection 2S in Township ii. I'nnye 12; '.Sections II. 12, 12. 14, 22 and 24, tho I south halvs of Sections 2f> and 2"> In ! Township (I, llunge 14, .west, of Ihe Koiirtli .Meridian, have been erected j into a .School District under the name lot The South Skiff School District I N'o. 2712 of the Province of Alberta. lOrficlal ti-iHtee: J. II. Norman. Skiff. ' Sections 7. S. '.I, 10, la, If,, 17, IS, j V.I. 20, 21. 22 and the south halves of ; Sections 27, 2S, 2!) and 20. in Town-: ship t;, l!ati(;o 14. west of the Fourth | .Meridian, have been erected into a : School District under the name of The , West. Skiff School District No. 2714 i of th" Province of Alberta. Official | trustee: ,\. o. Borgen, Skiff, j Sections 21, 22, 22 and 2i, ami the | north halve* of Sections 27, 2$, 20 and ! it), iu Township *> Range X4; and Sections " 1, 5, (i, S, 9 and 10 In Township 7. R*ng� 14, west, of the Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a School Dlntrict under tho name of Tin- North Skiff School District No. 271,"i of the Province of Alberta. Official trustee. ,lani'^ l