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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta KtOUT TIU5 LETHRRII3GK DAILY 11HR I Two For Posi tion of Commissioner of Public Works It will hin Rlraiplif contpst he twoen ml Oliver for of public Tfio llild IjptwPfn H till HiorninK out no dark who IIM been einctoti to make U for the position pa pers Mr Olivers nctitiiii ninmnaiiou was signed hy K IV lltginbo thaiu N George Williamron and Mcrchs poMtion was signed by Gcirsio 11 Alex Hush Sen Johns Gil IJarrownuui and Me Two Different Tne platforms on which candi dates are running arc very dissimi Mr Meech is lor election wffli the distme tinderstantling that he ht paid salary goes the the Oliver is appeal ing to the city on economy n ml is wiiliiiR ta serve the unexnired of Commissioner Ivaces term Without a savinK of in sal ROYAL YEAST Huarttr n YMtnt will Mcp froth and meltt than with ony that a full oatiiy one tM MM leaf will MADS IN CANADA EAVG1LLETT COMPANY LIMITED wnNNIVno m Until candidates liavr Iiatl lons with thr Oliver 11ninynr for three vrnrs and scvernl on tht city and Moroh for about ton years in the an and Inspection tr Olivrra ruction i thought by many to a new move towards HIP nrtvlsoty council Aleeehs election would mean that the citizens arc desirous i of keeping stri lly to the commission form of government which has been 1 in pfec for fear and onehalf 1 Moech will fire the first KUU of Unight at Redwood i sc I The election will be held oiTThurs ilny next between nine oclock in the I moniins and eight oclock in the ev The voter list of the He j re mber mayoralty election will be Steel Men on Strike New June Three thousand workers In the plants of the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal the Eastern Car Cummings and the Novd Scotia Steel and Coal Company shipyards walked out on at noon No official statement hac heen issued by men as to their I Registration Cards Now Arrartgementn have been mads by Geirge for the on Friday morn of the stamp booth In lobby of the post office where Skelton will be statian ed with a supply of questionnaire cards for registration These cards be secured by taken home and filled so thst on registration June afl the registrant need do Is go to the registration hand In the card and receive the This will greatly fa cilitate making It practically as readily done as or dinary voting at an Skelton will be ready to answer any questions about the forms to be filled and supply other Information that may be asked Thomas and employees of the Kuu Claire Lumber were drown ed in the Spray River at Banff when i attemptinK to cross thai stream to I whore thev had some work to Diiiilop Means At a meeting of the city council yesj terday it was decided to transfer the j stores department of the city from i the miblic works department to finance so that Mayor i llardie will have the supervision of all purchasing in the H was also decided that no commissioner should have right to purchase a greater amount than 50 worth in any one month without asking the sanction of the The five per stores charsre was also cut and inMutnre the cost of the stores department will be divided pro rat a between the three departments ac cording to the amount of yearly pur chases going through the The revision of the 1H8 insurance schedule was given to Hugh Macbeth at the same remuneration as last When you hear a bicycle owner say his tires are the not the he means that all other wired on bicycle tires took Dunlop Tires for their because Duiilop waa first in the The PneumaticTire Industry rests on the name And next in importance your realizing fact is the necessity for realizing this one Dunlop Tires from the first1894were by a patented We found the way to make a way that would impart to such road such superiority of toughness and resiliency that they would eight times faster than any other maUo of bicycle per cent of all hcycle tiros old in Canada are Dunlop Tire Rubber Goodc I Limited Head Office and Factories TORONTO HOSPITAL The 1017 audit of the Gait Hospital I report is and has been considered by the city One item iii the auditors remarks has been con by the This la B i statement thaht the hospital has about of old more or less i It is thouitht these i should be shown in the hospitals re port in and competent author ity set to work to collect the accounts or write them A resolution of the council to that effect has been SAYS I WAS TREHJED BADLY Chairman Manufacturers Assn Says Wants To Cripple It June Federal has treated the R in an inquitous manner by its rail road James Hiordan of Tor Xhairman of the transportation committee of the Canadian Manufac turers stated at the or gHiiizatioiis convention this morning Hiordan made his statement while presenting the transportation com mittees Riordan followed up the contention 01 claiming the gov ernment now has two railway crip ples on its hands nnd is doing all that it possibly can to create a third by levying heavy taxes upon the P at a time when it is difficult and cost ly to get the supplies it The government attempting to turn an asset into a The committees report dealing with I the railroad said the ernments order in council imposing I special taxation on the after the fitteen per cent freight inI crease granted Ijy the Dominion Railway Commission deprived thut railfond of anyimproved revenue that might result from the increase in BOW ISLAM From The He and Taylor and and Antrim returned home this week from a very enjoyable auto j They started from Bow Island and went across the boundary to i where they joined their brother and The jnrty then went on to Great and after visiting var ions places of interest en route fin ally reached A brief letter was received from Gerald Dulmafce last week stating that he was starting for the jjiv 1 sunVably for It appears that 1 previous to the departure of the i corps a big program of sporta was i held at and notwithstanding i the severe injury to his leg previously received Gerald made a bid for the Famous Artists on Pathe Records HpHERE are very few of the worlds cele 1 brated artists at one time or another in their career have not made a little journey to the re cording laboratories of PathcFrercs Phonograph to lay their offerings of song and musisjn the lap a far of public than they can reach on opera and concert During the 20 odd years of its existence the Pathc Company has been distinguished more than any other talking machine concern by the number of famous musicians who have selected them to per petuate for all time their art and Great artists have found that only with the exclusive and secret Patliemethod of recording can the vibrant tones of the human voice be re Among present day celebrities wlio hive made records lor of them Lucien Muratore Claudia Mnzio Adamo Didur Kathleen Howard Edmocd Cleucnt Jacques Thibaud Rudolf Ganz Lisa Cavalieri Paul AUiiouse Eleanora da Margarelbs Cbcr Lea Slezak Gicrsini Anna Fitziu David Eispam and IrAaddiilon to tlic voluminous American Piilhe an enormous repertoire of made by artists of the front rank have never appeared If you interested in the unusual in write for tnicial It will be sent free upon THE PATHE FRERES PHONOGRAPH OF ClifforJ Street Western Wholesale 14 LOCAL DEALERS Hudsons Bay Lethbridge high jump all but captured the Steve llalpin left on Tuesday to re port for military duty at Previous to his a little gathering of the local Knights of Co lumbus held at the residence of Fred Moerke Stove was with a very handsome Bold wrist The latter was also the recip ient of a very nice present given by tlin Conrad he MAY feO TO WASHINGTON June is reported in at Medicine Hat hist says a Daily Mall dis i patch from that that Borov murdeer the Bolshovllil minister to is to RO to Washington an tho Rolslievlki ambassador to the United minister now is in Marl a lias reprieved by of New Viirk he is on the brink of a natural The following meetings will be i held on behalf of the membership campaign of the this month Division j Speakers Me Mrs S 24th X 25th S June Ltith S I June S June 28th 2 June Division j Speakers j Ir June 24th j Sf ven 2 s i June I Juno K June LTth S June 2Sth Division SpeJkrrs i Nellie 8 June S June Hay S June 27th Milk S Junfi IT WAS FOR June hnn transpired that Cote pi pulsjrly known an Vonus Cote is not serving two years in Portsmoiitli liuiiiientiiiry for wearing male aitlre as was Tlic story was tint she wan sent tii the lor ynars for posinK as a man wliihworking as a log driver on iho Ktstigouchii Hlver ami on the of appliiatioii has btsn made to the department of for hpr nleasiv The Iacls In case aiH ihai rht woman was isfiiH up IM five years for having bro ken into a house anil In addition she broke jail after her arrest and was not capturtd for sev eral i v i SAYS KERENSKY I GOING TO A Pacific June i former of commiiixe v nf re on liU way to Wiisliinj i i London said I Koriiie Premier Alexan iir on his way lo v v v v l A healthy goodygoody for hungry Good for little teeth which some sweets Better for little tummies than too frequent The best pbetween meals troat for Prominently displayed in moit CANADIAN CHEWING GUM UMI1EO ;