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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNK 1018 THK DAILY HKKALlf PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT Meech and Oliver Meet for First Time on Platform What would Oliver do with hlfl Hillary If ho to bo elected on riiurmlny The question was naked the municipal rnmjmign meeting In the Marys by Mooch stated though he could not be ho had DORt told on good authority that Olivers cheque would have to be out every Oliver refuse to tnke In which CHSH Iho cheques would lie In the safe until inch time as his heirs would claim ihem and cash It was doubtful AThoilier Oliver could really Rive tils services to the city for nothing as ho Give It To When Mooch concluded his Oliver did not leave the crowd long In Ho rose utid said that If It was the case that the city would have to force the salary that goes with the position on he would turn his cheque over every month to the Gait Small Crowd About forty turned out to the North Lethbrldge meeting last which showed that the north Bide Is more alive than the Duff addition whnro only about 20 wore present last Fri day The meeting was some what livelier owing to the presence of so the two candidates met for the first time during the that there wore no Oliver and said that though he had ueen in the city for i long time and had given nine years THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND PrejfJem AutGenL Manager SIR JOHN Ceneftkl Supt of Centril Western Bruiciiei CAPITAL PAID T RESERVE Consult the Manager regarding your T banking You will be met with courtesy and find our service prompt ancl IOIW Lethbridge Branch Fires Break and thieves break Dont risk the or invite the by keeping money in the Put it in The Merchants where it will be safe from always earn interest at highest current THC BANK Head Office OF CANADA Established LE1HBIUDGE MONARCH NOBLEFORD Acting Acting Radiator Repair Station Npw Open for Business I have returned to Lethbridge to open a radiator repatt Those who know my work understand that I am a radiator man competent to handle all kinds of repairs to radiators on Automobiles and Tractors I repair without removing the fins and return tho job looking as good as You will not be able to see where the repair was If you have any trouble with your radiator bring it to me and you will have a first guaranteed job by one who thorough ly understands tho BRING YOUR RADIATOR TO Andys Radiator Repair Station BEHIND DALLAS HOTEL service to the he hml never been on the pay Ho thought that the prlnnlpal aim of tho city ill the nreffcnt time should be to save lie Haiti that If elected It was his purposo to rut down everything at the city lie was not for a rufnotls ho believed Inure were ninny places whern moiwy could be mivid to good ho had been a good servant oC the people for many nml if elected woulrl make a good but he thought thnt when the city was going through n period of depression and is hard to Ifiianuo tho nny saving that could lie effected should be well considered by the had not consulted iinyono his sind us for working for there are mil lions of men In the world today are serving theircountries or com munities for nothing or almost He advised tho people of North Leth no matter who be elect to form a ratepayers association so that they could make Commission government was not as close to tho people as ho would like to see That wna objec tion to it which would have to be Meech Meech in opening said he hoped lo he able to show with his sal ary he would not he any more expen sive lie then went into his campaign speech which was published in the Herald in full last dealing with his qualifications and experience which would fit him for the posit He also gave the planks of his platform which are pub Ished elsewhere in this dealing tvith the wnter the streets maintenance question repairing public worka at the proper time to make them last out the life of the and the question of greater publicity to the doings of the council which he thought was one of the chief faults of commission gov ernment as at present He also urged that the data in the engin eering department be brought up to The Utilities Dealing with the he thought every utility so far as poss ible should stand on its own He showed that the waterworks depart ment hero is paying only five cents per thousand for the water whereas the city of where the head is the pays seven Dealing with Divers plat he said that most of the mayors of the city had left some monument to show for their term in office but he could not find Oliver later declared that while he was in charge of the the first waterworks system designed for a city of 5000 had been and he didnt think a better system had ever been built The city has had fine but of course the pop ulation outgrew the Not Always In Harmony Dealing with Olivers statement that he would work in harmony with the other Meech declared that he would never make such a He would work In harmony with the other ers so long as they did what he be lieved was But they had no strings on No one in Lethbridge had any strings on It was be ing said that he the mayors can didate in this but neither Mayor Hardie nor anyone else had any string on It elected he would be free and He thought the Herald should not talk of free The Herald is trying to get at the other commiss ioners by knocking but if he had been a commissioner and had had a chance to vote for a lower rate for the tax sale advertising he would have done Meech thought a certain amount of money should be spent in North That wasnt a vote but the candidate thought that the street and survey angle in that part of the city should be straightened WHALE June to the present time seventyfive whales have been taken by the steam whalers operating ifrom Kyu The whale meat cannery is running at full the daily capacity being nOO If the progress made in taking whales is continued this season will prove a record Wbydxnf YOU mar white FLEET FOOT shoes are easy and restful because of their springy soles and They look so fresh and with white hose and duck or flannel The cent fa much less than any other footwear rtyle and satisfactory summer wear are FLEET FOOT SHOES come in all styles and women and every day wear as well as for None genuine unlfew stamped FLEET FOOT on the The best shoe dealers sell Fleet wiism CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RUBBER HEAD 28 Service Branchet throughout 22 TEAMS FOR F Twentytwo teams will compete In the mine rescue nnd first nid contests here on July 1st wlnii labor mon and Great from all over the south will hero lo hold the biggest spoils dny of tin This will ill least II and as ilmy will bring many friends from there is sure to be a record crowd in attend Three silver have boon don ated for the team while for the 24 or more other events prizes to the value of more than M fioo been The city baud will be in at tendance and everything possible is being done to make the day as enjoy able as IS How to Fill Out Your Registration Card This is a Sample of How Answers Should be Made CARD FOR MALES Name In full surname Peter Pcnse Address 1312 Fourth Avenue Alberta Age 50 Date of birth 1867 Country of hlrtli Great Speak Knglish nr French If not a British to what country do you owe allegiance How many children under 16 years 1 If registered under Military Service what Is your aerial number Home On Testifies To His Efficiency Arthur son of F one of the pioneer physicians of Southern Al berta and nowIn charge of the big Cliveden military hospital in Eng and is in the Hiy old who is a member of the HOth Is home convalescing from attack of ars cenic gas put over by the He has one wounded stripe up on the sleeve of his declares outside the effects or the he feels According to Lieut Stewart is one of the most popular in the artillery branch of the Canadian army and all the boys in his charge have the great est confidence in He does every thing possible for their safety and every day visits the gun pits to see that all is going Mew burn Is with a Toronto battery but quite often sees Lethbrldgo boys as Ills unit is moving about great Jtrltlih subject Jty Birth By If Which year What place Single Married Widower or divorcoU ID Physical It any Lung Trouble uength of experience 11 Present occupation If a Ten b What is your regular Farmer b Eighteen c What other work can you do well Carpenter work fel Ten vears If an state employers name Address 300 13th Nfcture of business Do your circumstances permit you to servo in the present national by changing your present occupation to some other for which you are if the conditions offered be satisfactory a Where you can return home daily b Away from home a Were you brought up on a farm Until what age b Have you worked on farm How long 18 c Are you retired farmer d Can you handle horsei Drive tractors Use farm machinery e Are you willing todo farm work Where Southern During what per iods Throughout the I affirm that r have verified the above answers and that they are of is understood man ager of the Department of Natural Resources has met delega tions of the farmers and has promised that the company will do all in Its but permanent relief cannot be given until the ditch serving the territory in question is considerably The demand for water this year came in a and though the company has ditch riders busy look ing after the apportionment of the supply so that all may be this has failed to provide but tem porary HEAD OF REFINERY DEAD June death oc curred suddenly shortly after eleven oclock last night of president of the British Columbia Sugar Refinery Rog ers had retired for the night and was apparently in his usual good which was due to cerebral occurred before medical aid could be Rogers was in his 53rd He was one of Vancouvers most prominent First Day in Sales and Much in Overdue Taxes At on Monday afternoon the tax sale was adjourned until next Monday morning at 10 The result of yesterdayra sale was the disposal of between 40 and 50 par cels of property on which the tax ar rears advertised amounted to On Saturday last taxes were paid in on property in the tax On Monday morning before the sale approximately were paid in to prevent property going under the ham During the month prior to Sat inday approximately had been paid in on tax sale Tills makes a total for the monlli to date attributable to the tax sale df and brings tax collections for the year Considerably over the It Is hardly likely that when the tax sale opens again there will be so much property in by local rate payers owing to the fact that most of the property which citizens show ed a desire to bid was yesterday put under the hammer while the regular order of sale waa Fate of Outside The ate of a great deal of the out side property hangs in the Not only is the vast majority of It under the tax and likely there fore to fall to the but vincial government la now having statement prepared covering the1 out side property in the four large Alber ta cities on which action is to be taken to remove much of this proper ty from the city limits and put it in the producing class once Seven Parties Rounded Up By and Fines Are Inflicted The are making it hot ifor the whiskey runners who are operating from Sweet Grass and as a re sult of a visit of a couple of men of the local detachment seven different parties contributed to the coffers of the provincial government either at Warner or Lucky Strike during the past two or three Tjie men were found with liquor in their poss some or them hurrying north with an auto load for home consump Those convicted and fined were Lee Lome Erickson and The fines ranged from to and Detective and his assist ants paid a visit early Sunday morn ing to Diamond City where they broke lip a little gambling with the result that Andrew was fined and costs while Di Alec Joe Steve Hog and were lin ed and The charges wort land before Justices of the Peace Simpson and under tho crim inal Smith CREDITORS CLOSING OUT SALE CLASSMAN The Mans Outfitter Crushed Out of Business by Pressing Creditors These are the facts and Classman in his hour of need calls on WAD DING THE and instructs him at whatever sacrifice to raise him In order to accomplish this in th Hort respite allowed Classman by his creditors an Auction Sale will be held On Saturday Next June 22 I OF WA1ER Farmers Between Coulale and Chin Have Not Enough Water For Needs AT TWO OCLOCK Fanners living between Coaldale nnd Chin are keeping tho wires be tween Lethbridge and Calgary busy in an attempt to liave tho pro vide a greater water supply to save the crops am The farmers living closer to Lethbridge ure in n much better the trouble further east liuhiK that the ditch dons i not Koem to be large enough to carry j the water supply The matter ciimo uj at the Rotary j Club mealing of tho hers having been appealed to day to start the machinery in motion j to prevail upon the to provide more The club decided to have a committee wait on the Board of Trade in an effort to remedy The worst feature of the case is that in most cases the farmers who not obtain an supply of water are newcomers who are spend tVir year in the it At the Glassman Il2 FIFTH STREET and will be continue until 10 v The Stock consists of Mens Suits in Tweeds and Mens Cord Pants in khaki and dark Tweed Woolen Work and Dress Shirts in great Woolen Work Gloves and an immense number of pairs of Mens Boots in all styles and Suit Cases and hundreds of smaller items of Mens Fur If ever there was a sale that should be attended by crowds of men This Is The Sale CLASSMANS MISFORTUNE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY AND REMEMBER DINGTON SELLS WITHOUT ;