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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LtmffiftiftCvE DAILY is Estimate of Nea rly July A total registra tion of five million or more wns pre dicted by Senator head of the Canada ReRlStration this Senator Robertson stated that he hoped to be aisle to announce the final figures of the registration but as returnes were not complete The returns from 204 out of the 230 constituencies ib he showed a total of registrants and in addition1 to tnese nt least cards would be re ceived from constituencies In the pro vince of where registration Was being carried on throtlgh the post The total registration will exceed our said Senator Robert and the results are very satis He stated that in the pro vince of Ontario agricultural prospects had offered hoae names were now in the hands of the resources More than three thousand unregistered per alien birth have been Irfcated and registered through tho Instrumen tality of the Canada Registration That the greatest financial drain on the cities of the province Is the school aud that the province will have to divert more revenue for school pur thus relieving the cities to some extent at least was the general opinion expressed at the conference of city officials held at Calgary yes according to Commissioner tt is thought that the govern ment shouldadivert a portion of the wild land tax tor this SLOOP SHIP July British sloop ship was sunk by a submarine on says an admiralty announce ment Twelve men were the Children Like Bon Ton Ice Cream Best 420 Fifth Street Near Orpheum THE VOCALION AWAITING YOUR HEARING IN OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR 1 THE AEOLIAN GREATEST OF THE VOCALION HAS THE RICHEST THE VOCALION WILL PLAY ALL MAKES OF THE VQCALION HAS THE GREATEST OF ALL TONE THE ACTUALLY ALLOWS YOU TO PLAY NOTE RESPONDS TO YOUR YOU MAY SHADE EACH PHRASE AS YOU THE USE OF THE GRADUOLA IS We have secured the exclusive agency for this new mus ical instrument and we invite you to come in and hoar and play the if you have no thought o Manager THIRD AVENUE SOUTH THE CANADIAN SALT LIMITED CITYmiWAJER THE GARDEN PLOTS Commissioner Meerh is taking heed of the appeal of owners of vacant lot and arrangements are being made to start on Monday evening to water the thirsty potato patches are too far from the mains to bo reached by ordinary It will be impossible for the fire department to undertake the work but it is likely men of department will do using tire hose for the There is the heaviest demand on the city water supply in the history of the Last night the pumping plant was working at the1 rate of gallons a The highest year was It will therefore be necessary in the vacant lot sprinkling opera tions to suspend lawn and gardening sprinkling on Monday It is likely the vacant lots will be Sprink led every other and on these nights no private sprinkling will be NOT YET THE July Germans with out doubt were taken hy surprise on writes the military critic of the by the attack of the sold iers of Generals Mengln and JDe The have disposed in the Quairila teral of Sois Dormans and reserves estimated at some tweifty divisions and poss ible for them to bring rapid Support to their first Hue troops which are beating a The wrifer adds We have not yet the right to shout hut our first days offensive has distinctly been In our The enemy has been obliged engage the greater part of his which he had immediate ly on he been compelled to relax his effort in the region he begau bis of fensive on July ALLIES HAVE THE UPPER July The newspapers intentionally give little informatiqn in to the battle going on and the results ob They hold themselves gener ally to the official All the critics are enthusiastic over the suc cess obtained yesterdayBy taking the it is General Foch has compelled the at the moment of boasting that they were de livering a supreme peace to use their reserves at the point and time selected by the The Echo De Paris expresses thp con viction that the PranceAmerican suc cess will be confirmed fully It says the Germangeneral staff will do Its utmpst to straighten out its af fairs the allies have the upper The question for General Lud endorff now is not whether to enter declares the but to consider means for the salvation of the divisions he has thrown across the TERRIFIC HEAT IS Ninetyfour in the thats what the weatherman said officially Unofficially it was any thing between that and the bright blue Today is Just a shade less but with more During the night ar hours rain fell at Cham and Welling also reports a show er accompanied by aome For tomorrow the weatherman saya cooler with Grand Forks held the hottest wea thtr record yesterday wltb Moose law and Empress came next with JIM wliile Medicine Hat boasted or iiB Moosiminhad a heavy rainstorm during the tw9 inches of rain Moone Jaw had President Wilson has decided that he cannot leave his work for a vaca tion n ml it was announced that he will remain in Washington through out tho July corrw pondent telegraphing from German Headquarters on July of some of the difficulties the German troops had to contend with In their offensive in the Mnrne re gion and Indirectly admits they suf fered heavy Certain strategic the cor respondent held by emy machine gun crews to the And our artillery crossing the crater sown ground under enemy had tflffe most difficult The majority tlic prisoners were taken on the Marne where the enemy made a bigeffort to prove that the road to Paris was well He poured a terrificfire 911 all approaches to the road and concentrat ed his shots on the pontoons which we were trying to shove across the Again and again the work of our pio neers was smashed by heavy a crossing FH1DAV JULY STEEL MEN ARE July the employees of the Dominion iron and Steel Com pany are requesting further In creases In the The steel railway fire men and employes are all involved In the new A mass meeting the mem bers of the amalgamation of steel and tin workers of North America will be held Monday morning to discuss the DEPLORES STATE r i I July an article in the Berlin n of the Herr express es considerable concern regarding the condition of the rojllng stock on Ger man in one out of every his railway journeys in the last two his travel was interrupted to delays due to the breaking down of The longer1 the war lasts the more ser ious the condition of com munication he and the war only can he points if the means do not THREATEN STRIKE July be no mail delivery in Victoria after tomorrow night unless the Dominion government signifies its Intention to grant the demands of the letter car messengers and porters employ ed at the local post This Is said to be the opinion of the majority of the members of the Victoria letter which will meet tonight to take a strike when the actual ballot Is fully expect ed to authorize tho Half of the men affected are1 returned veter When y oar art afl m edge and steep Mtus out of the qoertkm MKBAH Eye Glasses that Dont Slip or When we fit eye passes they fit yet as near the eyes the lashes will each eye looking exactly through the centre oi each Comfort Satisfaction HENPERSON EYE SPECfAUST AT WRIGHTS JEWELRY STORE July the Annual meeting of tho Canadian Associated Press held hers Rob ertson of the Toronto wan elected president in succession the late John Hoss the following directors Were ap pointed In addition to Ottawa Citizen Montreal Oatette Montreal Star Stewart Toronto Globe Mrtll and and Tdronto Dally Crandall was elected vicepresi dent and WHEN USING ILSON S FLY PADS H 01 Pf in A Pf ill A SO Far more effective than Sticky Ply Clean to Sold by and Hot Weather Shoes for fv I the Ladies Children Have jrft Men out Womens While Poplin boot at also our While Pumpi and Strap and The newest things in Womens Brown and Mack Oxfords in the long vamp We carry all lines of Womens and Childrens White Shoes with rubber soles at the lowest All lines Childrens Black and Patent Strap pers will be cleared at just about cost f i DewoIfs Shoe Store Corner Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street South SATURDAY SPECIALS FINEST FRESH MADE FARM ERS DAIRY per FINEST CREAMERY per WE ALSO HAVE A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF COOKED MEATS Try an order of They will please 40 50 DOMINION MARKET 4TH AND 6TH STi THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 10S4 r PHONES 412 AND 1388 THIRTEENTH STREET PHONE COMMENCING SATURDAY MORNING AND CONTINUING THROUGH FAIR WEEK WE WILL OFFER ALL OUR SUMMER FOOTWEAR AT REDUCED Mens Oxfords Special at SOME EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN Womens Pumps and all re maining values and Basketful Childrens Snaps Womens Pumps and Special lotat Womens Grey Champagne Canvas Lace 8 inch top NELSON Corner 3rd and 7th Sherlock Block ;