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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE TEX LKfunnmGE HERALD KlllDAY; JIJLY ini 1913 whoso uames were in the bands ot ihe resources cqr-jmlUee. More than-three thousand unregistered I'sr- aons'pl.alien biriU hayo been Irfealed and registered thd ttistrumen: tility. of the Canada lleslslratlua ?his is.Estimate of Hon. G. D. Ottawa. July total registra- tion of five million or more1 was pre- dieted by Senator Robertson, head ot the Canada Registration Board, this .morning. Senator Hoberfson slated thai he hoped to bo able to announce the final figures of the registration thortly. Imt si vet rclurnes were not complplei The-returns" frotn 204 out tbe 230 constituencies ia Canada, he said, showed a total of registrants' and In addition1 to these al least SOO.MO curds would he -re- ceived from constituencies In tbe pro- vince-, of Quebec, where registration being carried on through the post offices.; "The total' registration will exceed otii1 estimates." said Senator Robert- son, tbe results are very satis- .-factory." He stated-thai In the pro- vince of Ontario fbl.OW-agricultural prospects offered themselves. That the greatest financial drain on the cities or tba province is the school rate..eud that the province will have :o divert more revenue for school pur- poses, thus relieving the cities to some eitent at least was the genera! opinion expressed at the conference of city olliclals held at Calgary yes terdav, according lo Commlssionc Mcech. It Is thought that the govern ment' a portion of the wild land tax (or Ibis purpose. SLOOP SHIP SUNK. July British sloo: ship was sunk by a submarine o: Tuesday, says an admiralty announce- ment today.- Tn-elve men were the .only survivors. mdsor Table GElillEII Children Like Bon Tori Ice Cream Best 420 Fifth Street S., Near Orpheum Commissioner Mecfh is tafcins heed of-the appeal ot owners of vacant lot gardens, and arrangements are being uaile to start on Monday evening to thirsty notirto plt'dies-jvhtdi are too far from the mains to be reached by ordinary hose. It will be Impossible for (he tire department to undertake the wori but it is likely men department will do it.'iislng tire Hose for the purpose. There is the heaviest'demand on the city water supply In the-history of the cltyJ Last night the pumping plant was working- at the rate of l.OdO.OOO gallons a day. The highest previous Ibis, year was gallons. It will therefore be necessary in liio vacant lot sprinkling' opera- tions to suspend lawn and gardening sprinkling on Monday It is lifeeiy tbeivacant lots will; be sprink- led every other and on these nights .no private sprinkling will be allowed. Amsterdam, July corres- pondent .Schueruiann. telegraphing frcm Gcraiou-hciJfiuarters on July 1C, tolls, of some ot the difficulties Iho German troops had lo contend with lu their offensive in the Marne re- gion and admits luey suf- fered heavy losses. "Certain strategic points." the cor- respondent >ays. "were beld eniy machine gun crews to the Ust 'And our artillery crossing the cratej sown ground under enemy fire, had most difficult lasH. "The majority of ifio prisoners were, taken on the ilarne where tha enemy made a big. effort to prove-that lie road to Paris'WES welt guarded. "lie poured a terrific 'fire 9n approaches to the road and concentrat- ed his shots on the pontoons which' we were trylng'to shove tb'o river. Again and again the work of our pio- neers was smashed by heavy shells. Nevertheless, crossing was. C. A. P. DIRECTORS Toronto. July the annual meeting of tho. Canadian Associated Press held hero ItoU- frUou of the elected ion to'hU father, tho lato Jobn Ross Robertsbti; The followiiiK directors' yten' ap- pointed In addition to Mr. W. M. Southam, Ottawa Citizen; B. E. Slai-k, .Montreal Uhzelle.; C. K. Star; Toronto Globe; W.. i -the, Mall and Empire, aud J. K Atkinson, Toronto Dally Star. Mr. Crandalt was elected ddnt secretary- treasurer. SIEELlriit WHEN USING WILSON'S FLY PADS iSD Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean (o handle. by DrugiUU anil Grocers everywhere. a Weather Shoes for the Ladies Children 'W- Have seea our Women's White Poplin Boot at aiso our White Pumps snd Strip The newest ihingt in Women's Brown and Black Oxfords in the long vamp lasts. We carry all lines of Women's and Children's White Shoes with rubber soles at the lowest prices, AH lines Children's Black and Patent Strap Slip- pers will be cleared at just about cost price. Diewolfs'Shbe Siore Corner Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street South Sydney, W.' S., July dissatisfied, the employees of the Dominion iron and Steel Com- pa'ny are requesting' further" In- creates fn the wages. The steel workers, railway yardmen, 'fire- men and other- emptbyes are all involved In "the new demands. A mass meeting of. the mem- bers of the amalgamation of Iron, steel and tin Workers of Nocth 'America will held Montfay morning to discuss the situation. VOCALION YOUR HEARING IN OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR j THE AEOtTlAN GREAT18T OF PHONOORAPHS i t -'7 THE VOCACION'HAS THE DEEPEST, RICHEST THE VOCAVlON WILL-PLAY -ALL MAKES-OF RECORDS., t i THE VO.CALION HAS THE GREATEST Of AUU CONTROL. THE ACtOWS Y.OU TO PLAY RECORDS, NOTE RESPONDS TO '.Y6UR TOUCH, YOU; MAY SfMDE EACH.'.PHRASE 'AS YOU CHOOSE; THE USE.OF THE ORADUOLA 13 OPTIONAL. We. have secured the eiclmlvo agenry for this mus- ical Inatruinent and 'we invite you lo come in and and play the you liave no thought of purchase. WILtiBPIililDGfl. O, SALMON, AVENUE SOUTH Paris, July Germans with- out doubt were taken by surprise on writes ifae-railitary critic of the Temys, by'llie attack o? the sold iers of; Generals, Mengin and JDe oulte. The Germans, however, liave sposed in the 'Soi ns, leims, reserves, estimatefl at; some pb I e 'for1 UienT p'port their first -line- troops -which are mating a retreat. The 'TVo have BOt bur st day's'offenslre has diatinctlv heen favor. The enemy has been MIged to, engage SiTeServcs which .he-had immediate- on hand. he >ha m compelled to relax hia'.eitorts in e region .where began his of- nsive on "July Amsterdam, July an'article in the Berlin JTageblalt, a menlber. of the .Herr Uoethein, e.xprep es considerable concern regarding the condition of the stock on Ger man railwa> erte that in one.out of.every five of his.railway rppt in the hi travel was interrupted, to :detayF-'due to .the-breaking down of engines. The longer the ir r la the more er a coin munication become a and the war-only can bo point, if the meanS do not fall SATURDAY FINEST FRESIi MADE FARM- ERS' DAIRY BUTTER, per ik FINEST qREAMERY BUTTER; per Ib. 40: 50 WE ALSO HAVE A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF COQKED MEATS, i Try an order of them. They wifl please'; on. i .Paris, July "lie newspapers ;intentionally gire ittle irirormation :in regard, to the tattle- gofng oa'and .the results.oh tained. They, hold .themselves gener- lly to the offlcial statement. All the ritics are. enthusiastic over the suc- ess obtained yesterdajv .By taking the it is.held, General Foch ias compelled .the Germans, at the molneut of boasting thai they were [le- vering-a supreme peace assault, to ae', their reserves at the point and imo..selected by the .generalissimo. Tho Eebq'De Paris expresses Hie con- iction that the Franco-American suc- eas confirmed fully today. It ays the. will do ts almost to straighten out its at- aifs but.the allfes have the upper and.- The question for General Ltifl ndorff now'Ia not wlifilher to eiller the-Matin, but- to onsider- means for the salvation ol ho divisions he has thrown across lie Marne. July, be no mail delivery in. Victoria.after tomorrow night rmless.the Dominion government ignific. it Intention .to the demands (Tf'the letter car- riers, messengers and. porters employ- ed at the local post office. This Is saiJ to be'the opinion ot the majority of the memb'ers of Joe Victoria-letter carriers'; will meet tonight to take a formal strike vote, when tne actual fully-expect- eil to authorize tho walk-out. Half of the-men affected veter- I DOMINION MARKET COR 4TH AVE AND 6TH ST Sy THIRD AVENUE'SOUTH PHONE PHONES 412 AND 1388 -ePALACE THIRTEENTH STREET N I PHONE _______V_______I 5.1. rf falWW-tt. hM (iCTTiTtan.. k I' Ninety-four In tho shade, that's what the wealhernfan satil officially yesterday. Unofficially it was any- thing between that anil the bright bln6 sKy. Today .Is Just a'flbade less hot, but with more, breeze. .During the night an hour's rain fell at Cham- pion, and Welllrig also reports a show- er accompanied-by some hail.' For lomorroT the weatherman says "cooler .with showers." (Irani! Forks hold tho hottest wea- ther record yesterday witV 104.- Moose .Jaw and Bmpresa canie next with 100 while Mcrlldno Hal boasted for its Mooslmlnfhad a heavy rainstorm during ,lhc day, tivo Inches of rain falling, Moose Jaw Glasses thiat Don't Slip or PincL COMMENCING SATURDAY MORNING AND CONTINUING THROUGH FAIR WEEK WLWni OFFERALL SUMMER FOOTWEAR AT R E D U C E D PRICES. Men's I'reslilcnt Wilson has decided that he cannot leave his work a vaca- tion anil II was announced (hat lie. will remain In" WashUlgloa through- out Iho summer When we fit eye glasses thej fit firmly, yet conuortaWyi as near the the lashes wilt'allow, eack :eye looking exactly through the centre of each'glass. Comfort assured. Saiisfacfion guaranteed. J. M. HENDERSON EYE AT p.. A, WRIGHT'S'JtWELRY STORE Special at SOME EXTRAONDINARV VALUES IN THEsL Women'i Pmnpi and Oxfordi, aD re- maining and ny, Basketful Children1, Swp, 't Porapi and Oxfords. Sptcial Women's Grey Champagne Canvas lace Boots, 8inch WI NFI Comer 3rd Ate. and 74 St S; V Sherlock Block- ;