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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK KICHT Tim LETHBRIDG!-: DAILY rF-HALD Till'JLSDAY, JINK t:J. )!H!'. f it; \ �'I Only Two Nominee-; For Posi-: (ion of romriissionei- of Piihlic Woilis Tl will lit' ;i sir;iip:h? i .niliv; hv ' t�(>t-M II. \V. Me.-rh Win. n!;vcr [(IV llio i\)'.or:;liili of ; w;irk. il.irk luiri-,p.~ Kx-.\ki. .I.'lv ll:i.'n:);nr. wlio hoi'ii c::'ii'i:*.cM '11 tiiuKr i'.iiiKluT tiv ;'nr ti'.t' pii.iii i;':i l;;Ui';.l l> iil^ r,;inrnia: i.Mi p.t-lu-!>   ^ M;-. Oiivi'v's 'u-;;;;,-:i o' n;i'.iv.iu!;iiri wa.-i siiriii'i! hy i',r.>. W livoon. C K. ^ianiwli. K. .\(l.-.iv,h, .1. i) lliKiiilKv. K, .1 Uili. A. WilliiiUKini iiiui v. \V. U(iu!ii:u'Ki;y, Ali-x Sniitli.- llissh .M.'u'betli. 1^.'11. \Vii>-�r., K. J. Si-lil. D ' .\. Siiiiii,-;:iii. .\. (., .liili:;-.; jiio. .1. Cil-iii.-.n-, \l. I!:jri-(i\vr.i;;ii anil .1). .1. .Mi' av.iur.. Two Different Piatforrns. Tiio riaiforiiis ;iii wiiii'h hii^ .�.iiiili-j date- arc riiiiiiiiii; a;i' very (li.s.-iiiii-i hn-^ Mr .Mtn'rli i,-; a;.'.;in': lur cli'i'!ion � wRii :!i(' i!i.-;:;in" iinilersiaaiI'.riK thai; he h,> tlu- SiiriOn jialary w.iicji edos I wit:i the mmmisi-.ninorsliii) r'luler the! Aiiv i'harlor. >[:. Oliver is aiipeal-j i.i;; t'.i the rity on t-cimomy Krmiiuir;, i iiiKi is wiiliiiK 13 serve the iiiiexnircii ' pi.nihil ul' l">pioher f'-aee'.^ t"rm i J'itliDiK iniy. a saviiiK (K' iti .sail RQfALYEAST Ka� txien Cannda*� fnvorlto y�Mt for ever a quarter �f a century, BroaU tsakod with Royal Yenct will h�cp frosh and moist tonsor than that made with cny other, �o th=t a full wook'a aupply cnn oatlly bo mado nt one baUlnCi and tho latt loaf wi;i i}3 Jjst n� good as the first. i.-.AOZ IN CANADA EW.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED TCt'lONTO, ONT. MONTur^u �WINNIJT.O J arv. Hoth i-audida;e. amiel!. ami Mr.. .Mereh fe;- ahoiit te:; years in the as-.�:ts.-me:u ami !iii!l.|i;ii,- lii.-peeiion I'e-pariineilt, .Mr. (lliver's i' e;ioa i-tli(i!i.t;ht iiy many to .he a new luovo t'lwarils the a(lvl.>iOi;.v eoinie'.l seiienie. i*iiih'..Mr. .Meeeh .s eleriio'.i woahl , r.ieau t'iai ilie eiiir.ens are ile.-iiron.s ' 01 keei^in;; .�^tri -ily ;o tlie eoniuii.ssion i form ef :;over;'.me;'.i wl'.ieli has heeii ill efer; for foar ami oae-half years.' M'-. .Moeeh v,i;i Tire the first of i ill- e:i;iipai.i;n l.iai.izht al Fleetwooil I St .' I The eleetion wi!! ho held ou "Thiirs- j il.'.v iie.M hetweon nine o'eloek in the morn in,;; and eiglil o'eluek in the ov- ! The voters' lisl of the lH"i ee iiher mayoralty elocliou will he nsed. i Steel Men Strike New Glasgow. N.S., June 13.- Three thousand workers In the plants of the Nov.i Scotia Steel and Coal Company, the Eastern Car Company. J, \V. Cummings &. Sons, and the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company shipyards walked out on sirike at noon today. No official statement has heen issued by the men as to their grievances. ( Registration Cards Now Arr.angemontn have been made by Capt. George Porter, registrar, for the opening, on Friday ,-norn-ing, of the stamp booth in the lobby of the post office where Mrs. H. S. Skelton will be stationed with a supply of questionnaire cards for registration day. These cards may be secured by anyone, taken home and filled out, so thrt on registration day. Saturday, June 22nd. afl the registrant need do Is go to the regis'.ration booth, hand in the card and receive the certificate. This will greatly facilitate registration, making It practically as readily done as ordinary voting at an election. Mrs. Skelton will be ready to answer any questions about the forms to be filled in. and supply other information that may be asked for. Thomas. Brown. J. P. l';riekson. I.. \ l.usk and ^. Harkas. empioyees of the j Kau Claire l.iimher mill, v.ere drown- j ed in llie i^pray River at Haiu'f when aitemntin.u- to eross thai stream to; ivha.-e ;lwy had some work to do. I Means "Ongi.aal" When you hear a bicycle owner say his tires are the original, not the imitation, he means that all other '(vired-on bicycle tires took Dunlop Tires for their model, because Dunlop was first in the field. The PneumaticTire Industry rests on the name "Dunlop." 'And next in importance to your realizing that fact is the necessity for realizing this one: Dunlop Tires from the first- 1894 -were made by a patented process. We found the �way to make thcm-right-a way that would impart to them such road mastery, such' superiority of toughness and resiliency that they would .sell eight times faster than any other make of bicycle tires. .Eighty per cent, of all li-cyele tiros .';old in Canada are Dun)oii. * Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goodi ' Company, Limited Head Office and Factories: TORONTO Braaclies in l.cading Cl(le� lYOR HAROIE10 CONTROL PURMS .\t a meeting of the eily eoiin,eil yes- ; tcrday it was deeided to tran.sCer tiie | : stores depariineni of the eity from ' the imblie works department to tl^^ i Mnanee deuartment. so that Mayor, ' ilaidio will have the supervision of ' all purchasing in the future. It was also deeided that no eointnissioner \ should have the right tn pnrehasp a I greater amount than ?:;5(i worth in any one month without askinK the I sanction of the eonneil. The five per I cent, stores ehar';e wa.s also eat out. ' and inVnture tlie 'jost of the store? ; deuartment will he divided pro rata j between the tliree departments' ae-I cordins t" Hie amount of yearly pur-j chases .sioing through the department. I The revision of the l;ilS insurance i schedule was given to Uujitj Macbeth ; a; the same remuneration as lasliyear. BILLS, HOSPITAL The 1017 audit of the Oalt lldsuita: report is out. and lias been can.=ifdcred by the city cominissioners. One item in the auditor's remarks has been considered hy the council. Thi.s la n statement thalit the lio.spiia! lia.s about $4U.00h of old accouni-s. more or less uncnlleetable. It is thoueht these should he shown in the liosuitai's report in future, and competent authority set to work to collect the accounts or write tliem oft. A resolution of the council to that effect has heen passed.' . F. A. MEETINGS The following meetings will he held on behalf of the member.shii) campaign' of ilie l'.l-'..-\. this month; Division 15, Speakers;' S. S. Sears, K. S. .Mc-Kory. .\lr.s; Sears. .Monarch,, S p.m.. .Monday, .lune 21tli; Champion, X p.m.. Tuesday. .lune li.Tth; Blackio, S p.m., Wednesday. June 'Ji'ith; Okotoks, S p. ni.. Thursday, .lune -.'T; Cayley. S p.m., ['�riday. June '.'Stli; iMrkland, p.m., Saturday. June 2Stth. Division 16. Speakers; P. Hakt^r. S. .S. Uunhain. R. A, Parker, Mrs. fi. K. George. Irvine. !> p.m., .\'onday. .lune 21tli; Seven Persona, 2 p.m., Tuesday, .lune u.'iih; Wlnnifreil. S; p.m., Tuesday, ,iune L'.'ith; Hnrdei;. S p.m., \Vediif;s-cl-oy, .lune LilUii: ftetlaw. R p.m.. Thursday, June "Tth; Loiuond, S p.m., Friday, June 2.sth Division 17. Speak-ers: !'. Baker. T. O. King. J. J. .Mcl.ellan, .Mrs. Nellie Carr. Orion. 8 p.m., Tue.sday, .lune 2r'th; .Mngratli. S p.m., Wednesday, June '.'Utli; Uay-inond. f�:; /;...'. i:.:-. "^Vesicni Wholesale Distrilmtors - R. J. Wliitla it Co.. Lid., Wiuuipeg. .Man. LOCAL DEALERS son's Bay C0.5 'iK'Ju=>-j4T'�*�B'--�*-OW'.'V BBSSS �aw.w-'Ja^'-.ii liigh jnmi) and all hut captured the trojiUy. Steve llalpin left on Tue-;day to report for military d'.:;y ai Calgary. Previoci to his departure, a littie gatliering of the local Knights of Co-lunihns held at Ihe residence of l-'rcil Moerke .ui> Steve was presented w;ih a very liandsonie gidd wrist v.atch. Tlie latter was also the recip-1 MAY GO TO WASHINGTON lent of a very nice present given hy ! London, .hino i;;.--ll is reported in tlie K.C.'s at ".Medicine Hat last wee!;. Ccpeiihagen. s:iys a Daily .Miill dis- ---------^--- : patch from that eily. that M. Rorov- Conrad Ilari, a nuifiii?-cr iinde:- sky-Odovsky. the Rolsheviki niiiiistev sentence, has hern reprieved hy Geo. i lo Sweilen. is to go lo Washington its \Vhitiniiii. of .\p->v York State, he-'the Holsheviki amhassador to the causi' he is on Ihe hrink of a natural' riiilod Svates. Th� minister now is deaih. i in Herliii. IT WAS FOR THEFT. Kingston, t)nl., .lune 12.- It ha� transpired that thi; Cote woman, po-pnlijriy known as "Voniis" (!ote is not serving two year.h In Portsmouth lieniienliary for wearing male attire as was first reported. The story was tint .she \\m sent to the penitentiary f.or two yea'rs tor posing as a man v.'':ii!e working as a log driver on iho KfiStigouche River and on the strength of this, application lias lieen made lo the (lepartmeiit of justice for her release.' The facts in the case are ihai the woman was liont up for five years for llieft, she having hro-kcn into a hou: *: o : � ? � tl A healthy goody-goody for hungry kiddies. Good for little teeth which aomc sweets harm.  Better for litcio tummies than too frequent eating. The best ^n-betv/een meals "troat" for anyone. Prominently diapluycd in mott �tor�� AIsoADAMSttheorlBinal;TOTTIFRUTTIGU Pure Chewinj? Gum CANADIAN CHEWING GUM CO. 388756 ;