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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FIUDAY. .IL'NE M, 1018 THE LETIIRRIDGR DAILY ITJULD andidate Meech Lays Views Before Ratepayers TlioHo aro tlio iloj; dayfl, mid oven a 1inin\(;lpal nlor.Uoii talis lo �llr UT) imich (utcre.Bt In mumcliiiil iiiattorH. At luast Hint uppoarod lo bo tlio caso luilgiiiK by Iho Bllm aUumlunen ul Uiu fiiHl. moolliiK of Iho public workH com-DilKsloiioi-Hlilp ciiinpiilKii bold at li'leot-wood school UiBl nlRl't. In spllo of lliu IniporUmco of llic nmltors (o Iio ^ (llaouBHCtl tlioro woro only a biiiulfiil � pvtisoiU. Tho moiitlnr, did not. K'^l under way until ulno o'oloik. Mr. Mcecli was proaeut and spolto. Mr. OUvar, his opponunt. bad been tliHre earlier, but wont awny wbou ho con-Blderod that thoro would not bo a crowd lurgu onouKU to bold a mooting. A. J, niackburuo acted as cbalr-man. and v/lthout delay Introduced Air. Meoch v/lio opoko aa followB; "I aiu hero to mako my bow to you mi a randldato IJor tbo Important of-flco oi: Corauilflslonor of rubllc Worlia ^mmm WEAR" Fleet Foot" and walk in the most attractive, most comfortable and certainly the least expensive summer footwear you can put on. Wear "Fleet Foot"-not only for evening but also for every day wear. There are styles for men, women and children-for all summer sports-for town wear, holiday wear and summer resorts. Your dealer will help you make the change from leather to Fleet Foot with pleasure and profit to yourself, for "Fleet Foot" costs so much less than leather that it is a real economy to wear them.  None genuine xinless stamped f'FLEET FOOT" on the sole. , The best shoe dealers sell " Fleet Foot." CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RUBBER CO. Limited I'reshwater Sea Voyage (Through.the Great Lakfi^) From Thunder Bay to Georgian Bay-t six hundred mile trip from Fort Willium and Port Arthur- through the bliie-green waters of Lake-Superior, Sault Ste. Marie. Lake Huron, and the island fairy- i land of the Georgian Bay. At time* out-o'-tight of lind vntli only  vitt* of tumblinc greao waters ftnci wheeling- McgutU. Again through gr�eti embowerdl pasaagei o( wonderful lovelinew. LuKUriout canadian pacific Great Lakes Steamships splendid Krvicc, excellent food, *lt at moderate co^r. Alternttive for dl Transcontinental P�a*eng�ri. Canadian Pacific Standard-None Better. For full information eall, phofia or writa any Canadian Paciftc Agent.. PAGE SEVRN' Radiator Repair Station Opens for Business On Monday I hare roturnod to Lelhbrldgo to open a radiator repair business. Those who know my worlt undorBtand that I am a radiator man competent to handle all kinds of repairs to radlotors on Automobiles and Tractors I repair without removing tho finish and return the Job looking as good as now. You will not bo able to nee where the repair was made, If you bavo; any troublo with your radiator bring U to me and you will have a first clasB, guariuiteod Job by one who thorough, ly understamis the business, , ' I v,'lll be at tho shop Friday and Satifrdny t�.lofcc> your order,, and will have plant ready to start work oa MBUday. Andy's Radiator Repair Statipn BEHIND DALLAS HOTEL for the City nt l.elbbridKO. As thin iH a public offlco, 1 coni'.olvo It a public, duty to lay niy vIowh before you at a public mi'dtlni;. I very much regret that Mr, Oliver, my opponent, la not hero to speak to you," Mr. Meech then Kiivc. u brief outline of blH career, HcttiiiK forth hiR onglneorlng and other fiuallflcntlonH and training and salil he bad served llio city In an efficient, honorable and Hlralghtforward manner for nearly 10 yoarH, lie Ihon went on lo elaborate hla platform, alallng that he considered it to 1)B a very griiv(! and scflous matter t)mt the pumping recordH showed that water to the amount of 100 gallouH per day for every man, woman and (^hild was being pumped and IhlH exduHlvo of that used by indualrlOH, lie H.Tid 11 in an engineering problem of conKldurablc iiiagniiude lo locate the main source or sourues of wattte and what makea It a more serlouH and proHHlng problem la the fact that llio pumping plant fs working almoBt' to capacity. When one refnembcred that a stream one stxteonth of an inch In diameter meant a waste of \'A gallons per (lay It will be appreciated that this water problem in indeed n serlouH one. It something can be done to reduce our consumption of water to wiiat it Hhould be a grout economy will bavo been (itfocted. Then again the water rales tinder the present system itecd very careful ovcrjiglit and will In my opinion have to bo revised. Maintaining Streets Approximately 40 per cent, of tiic (tily land is set a-sido tor streets and as many ot ,our streets ur'' ? Montreal, .Tune 1). -Charg-. (m1 with tho murder of Henry llownian, returned suldicr ot ; KIng.iton, ,on Janii.iry id, Al- ? ninnzar Shnpnt w;is iirrcsted frozen ,�iolld, .;. ? : : :� > : > : : : �: ; : ? ? %\ Private Ross Borro^ved an Auto-Strop from his chum -he used it once and immediately wrote home for one. Don't wait for a Request . from your soldier boy-i include an AutoStrop in your next Overseas � package. R�inembflr, tliat tlia Auto-Strop is ills only rarer h� can Bbfloliuely depend on- heoainti of ilt solf-stroppln)! feature it is alwayt rsady** for service. Price $5.00 . Al liUlai tlsm mr^keie AutoStrop ' Safety Raioi Co. ' Uabi4 �3.87DiiktStrMl, TotmU, Oil. UmBs"? I do not iniriniHe (o work Without a salary-1 ihojjo.^c to earn that salary. I- have outlined to In briet. fiomn of the work ref|ni;.ii of llic man | you eleht. I cquld go un mentioning i other things such as re. inl exporlcnce ' lias shown that some ol ilie older wat-. er connections aro coviuili-il. We have : a large amount of dal:i cl' uU kl:.ds in! the public, works r|i-|,,;i'iiiu..|it Oiat \ Hhould bo worked ui) ;iri 1 recorded in ; proper shape-the pun JKiaing of suii � piles to be put on a soumiI and system-1 allc basis and other eiiuiilly import-! ant.mutters, it has bei'ii said that I! belong to a cliquo o. ring. Ladles i and gentlemen, let \n SWISS CHILDREN � � DIE OF HUN GAS. > .> - Geneva, ,lune 13,-Two Swiss >> * children died recently at Pn- : * re'ntury as a result of breath- * Neue Beirlcher Zeltung. The ? ^ newspaper says that the Swiss * oven tho unstoinB house offl- ; * clalB are now forced to wear ? * gas masUB. ,,, �[",..., > : * , � , -� * � � * * ? * > �< MEN'S SUITS 300 SUITS WILL BE SOLD BELOW COST Just see them and the selling price and you'll take one. 6 dozen pairs Flannel Trousers will go at cost. 2 dozen pairs of Corduroy Pants selling regularly at $7.00 and $8.00 will be sold to the first person who wants them at $5.00. SALE STARTS TOMORROW MORNING F. THAELL The Tailor ^''iliHIIffllllllllMlllillllliM^^^^^ ^1 -!�- , ,t W 608 Third Ave. S. 51299999999999999999999? 7211656 709696053511 ;