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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta the Liii'imninr.i-: daily herald page fivp, Rain Would Be Welcome for Crops in IV^ost Sections Tlio nccil (if niiii isi lirconiInK maul- fCM(, OVCir lllOHt of IllG li(!tlllll'l(lK(! (lis- li-lcL llils week, iiUluiiigli tlio(I rniil and aiiffl-clunt innlatui'o for a ux'oU or so yet. The KiiKtorn and sonllioaBliTn ser,tlonn of tills (IfvlKlon nood rain an none of llie rain tliat I'oll liprc last wfi-lf rrnch-cd there. Ka:il of l'nri)lp iii'rlnRs n(!nd The I'Virnnoat branch also needs rain. West, southwest and north of IjOtlihridKP the crops are In niueli botler condition. COALDALE. f.'oHldale, .lunc 17.-The |)ast week has ho'in very hot and things havn inado rapid growtli whore t)ie iiirjl.s-tilro was ahnndant. We are badly' in need of niln at the present ttnie. Tlio liastiii'o- is short ami is KOttinp brown already. All who imn arc Irrigating, b\it iho capacity o:' tiie ditches is not ofjiial to the demands. .Vlimy uro C 44c 30c 50c 25c Phone 313 To the Uatepayers and Citizens of the City of Lethbrldge: . Ladies and (Jentlomon: (laving offered ray services free to the city for eighteen months as a Commissioner of Works and Property, and having been nominated as u vay from anyone, if elected. No one had any claim for the position, after Mr. Grace had resigned the ratepayers were then called upon to name his-successor. If 1 am called cheap for offering to servo free, what I about the thousands. 1 may say mil-.I lions, of soldiers who are serving j tlieir country I'or almost nothing and 1 when their lives are at stake as well | as salary. And not alone them, but I there are thousands of other patriotic men who are unable to go to tho front who are giving their lime free ft) their country and the community. ' Tho cheap man these days is the man who sits in bis easy chair, draws his big salary, or his large profits and does nothing for his country or com-muiiity. 1 was never consulted, nor asked to offer myself tor this position by any cllquo or organization or anyone whatever. I did not luiow that a petition was being circulated in my favor until four or five days afterward.s. 1 will serve no one except tho ratepayers and citizens in general, if elected. The city needs your assistance and my services, and if at any time, it 1 am elected, the .Mayor comes along with four ratepayers, domands my- resignation tor any valid deficiency In my department. It will bo in their hands. 1 will work in harmony with the Mayor and other commissioners to tlio best of my ability, pointing'out my views on all matters affecting the city_ without antagonistic feeling and ready to serve in 'the best Ihterests of all concerned.-Advertisement. MACLEOD. Madeod, .luno 15.-The weather during the past week has been very warm, just what the farmers have been praying tor. 'l"ho growth of grain and vegetables has been good. A hot wind tor three days licked up much moisture and In some small i areas hurl the crops. A'little damage, was done by the soil blowing, bul many wheat fields can now bo seen wavering in tlio breeze. Breaking is general and sales of several small bunches of stock are being mado on account ot not sufficient pasture. F FOREMOST. Foremost, Juno 15.-Notwithstanding the long siege of dry weather, and three days of high, hot winds, Iho (!rop Is looking 'fair, and some stands are good. However.'it rain (loe.s not come within a week the crop will surely suffer. Klax Is looking good, but is rather light. Hardens are only fair. IN THE PROVINCE. Edmonton, June 17.-Grain crops over the southern und contriil portirfn of tho province have improved greatly during tho past week of warm L SERVIC Last Victims CoaJ Creek E.k-plosion Laid (o Rest-Mine Now at Normal Again T.H. Slaymaker General Dealer in Trunks, Valises and Gloves REPAIR WORK ASPECIALTY BARONS, ALBERTA 159-G (.SiiPrl.i! to the n-r.-il.l) Kernie, June 17.-Funeral services were conducted today at tlio Church of the Holy i''amily over the remains i ot the brothers, Augusta and Hector ' Leonard. Relgians, and Joseph Bra- ! vin, an Italian: and that ot William j Brown took place from llic .Metliodist cliurch. In each case a largo attendance turned out to pay the last token ot respect to the deceased men, who lost llieir lives in the mine explosion wliicli took place at Coal Creek on April Sth, l!tl7. ' Tlie mines wore closed for the day and the, local union attended the fuu-era! in a body. Wm. Brown left n*widow and two children to mourn his loss. The Coal Creek mines are now pro Mr, Uennetl argii nI for liabeas ('or-pus. stating that tli" w-hole question of liberty and the linhts of privilege was at stake. .Mr. liiuineti said he was not remuneralrd for tlie case and asl man at 'i):p-tinenl claimed that as tho case wa-; supjiorted by affidavit of the bo\ s lather instead of tho man himself, tlic ! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces o(; Orchard White, shako well, aud yon � have tt quarter pint ot tho best freckle' sunburn and tan lotion, and complex-] ion beautifler, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons 'and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard A\Tiito tor a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into tho face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles, Sunburn, wlndburn and tan dlsappeni' and bow clear, soft und �\Yhite- the skin becomes. Yes! it is harmless.-AdverliBement. To The Electors Of The City Of Lethbridge. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN:- As -you aro no doubt aware I am a candidate tor the Office ot Commissioner ot Public AVorks. Having been for almost ten years in tho/sorvlce of the City during which time T have hold the offices of Assistant City Engineer, Acting City ICngineer, Building Inspector and Assessor, I must stand on my past record as a clean, competent and businesslike executive head. I look upon the water problem as one of great seriousness and 1 feel that every effort should bo mado to reduce waste so as lo bring consumption down to its normal level and to put the charges on a more equitable basis. Everything possible should be done to Improve our streets and some use should be made ot tho material at our disposal with a view to eventually reducing the maintenance cost. As most of our Public Works aro financed by thirty year bonds It is imperative that these Public Works be kept in running order at the minimum of expense during tho life of the bonda.v 1 believe tho principle of having full and detailed reports and rocommendations submitted to tho Commissioners as a Couticil should be jnoro strictly followed so that publicity may be given those, as early as possible before resolutions are passed. It elected, I should expect to supervise the AssBsament department and so assist in tho 'Work of economy. 1 have no interests outside the City and will devote my whole time lo Iho affairs of the City and if elected t will carry to Iho Public Works department the same energy and work that has characterized my record in the past. Having acted as your City Engineer before, having soerj the larger portion of tho Public Works constructed in the City and In addltiou having a thorough knowledge of the City's problems and finances I claim your vote and iutluouoe. H, WM. MEECH COMMITTEE ROOMS 418 FOURTH AVE. S. PHONE 1509 ;