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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUunSDAY, JUNE 20. 101R THE LETHBRIDCK DAILY HKmr:3 ' WGE SEVEN. LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT call wnB omDly. Kvery avonvm of oa-cHpo from tlin country Is being watcli-Illrhiirds Is unclerHtood to hnvp (lomo from nuttu. Monlunii. ThiH Ib llio aecond escajie troui lln-i^lly chUh williin a wcok. Man on Charge ;.iiida. clalniitiK that till! Germans 'vould win the war and thai the United .States should never have Kono Into It. The ;\loinil(nl f'ollce liavo had bini nnrier .snrvell-lanc'o for some time and are \inder-stood 10 havo slronK evidence at;alnKt the man. How nicbards got away is more or ross of a mystery.- At 'i.'M the slalion duty man on bis rounds noticed the FILY LARGE VOT[ IS BEING POLLE Ueiwoen votlnB for the now com-nii.t.sioiier and roRlHlerinK nndei' the rcKl.stratlou inuasure. tbo i-ltl/.pns ot Nelbbrldeo are liaving a bnjsy lime lo-dav. The acllvlly at the reKislration lidoiliii wlilcli are oiion l.s more nnirlted than that at the oleetoii boollis. Iml Indicatlon.s at noon were that a fairly large volc! on Ibi? munlidpal election winild lie recorded. Opinion on Iho election was fairly evident at noon, and the general piHilntion was that ;\Ioceb would he rinrneil ihe winner over Oliver Some of the bettInK fraternity were willinK to wagor that llcech would ))oll a two to one vole over )il.� oii-pcment. It was very noticeable thai (lie .Mcecli forces were orijanizeii. wliibi there was no orKanlzed efvorl on Die part of the Oliver supporlers. This Is in line with .statement of Mr. 01iv(M' at North Lothbrldge meeting tiiat lie bad no canvussorfi and no organization, being willing to leave the (luestlon wholly \ip to the citizens lo decide of their own free will. RGANIZAIION IS Many VVorker.s and iVhiny I'olls Where Rtxistranls ("an I'^ind Card.s ANGES IN RULES 1 n U HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her production of BACON HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a world-wide shortage of meat. Good markets for some time to come are assured. THE CANADIA>J BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire live stock. 3(1 Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brj-mner, Mgr. J' Lethbridge Laundrtj Co, Ltd. Starts a Dry-Cleaning Plant ~ / After a lone delay caused by the difficulty of getting freigbt from the U. S. and Eastern Canada wo arc at last ublo to announce to our patrons and the public generally that we are now opou tor business in the Dry Cleaning Hue. I We respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage Lethbridge Laundry Co. Ltd. PHONE 451 P. O. BOX 477 With regisiration day scl for Saturday, Capl. I'orlcr. iliief registrar tin-this district iiiid bis deputies arir specdiuR up ami now Ii.tvc (heir or-gani/.utlon in siiape so lliat they expect to be able lo li.'iiidle llie ru.sli without iroable Ciiptaiu Tortcr hus (Ic.'dgn.'iled Mic lollowiiig jdaccs of registration lii tlu! city. Fleetwood School. >"(-'Ulral Srliool, The, lllgli School, Tlip ConvciK Hcliool, Wc'Slminster School. St. Has-il's School, (ialbraith School. V. .\l. C, A., ('. I'. It. (alioos(i west of ilc|)(it. I'alrlotic Kund Office oa top floor of the P. O, bniidlng, Hudson's Hay store, (1. W. v. A i-hlh, lio.Mirl ol Tnido. Teachers Act hi each t >: ? * : ? o RAIN NEEDED : Oltawn, .lime 10.- An imiiorliinl lU'dnr-ln-couneil has been |i;iK-;ed embodying changes In the n of tho Dominion I/ands .\'  eriod yesterday, lint of patent a purcliHsor sh;ill not assign or trans fer to any person his Interest In tbo land or any part thereof except by spiHjial iieriuisslon of the minlater. After serving five 'yenra in St. .Mary'.i t.'atliolic parish and three years as superintendent of separalt. school.-; in tlie city of Calgary, Uev. Kaiher A. P.. Mcimnald, U.U., left for .Montreal v.here he will enroll In thi Canadian military forces and proceei. ovtu'seas as an army chaplain. ihal" tlie iirice of lands i^ohl was fixed i fixiid by the minister and may be at $;i per acre, with a nunimiun price ' varieil by him as llic circiimstanc'es of ^1 per acre, the mini.;!-  having Hie j may riHiulri autliorlty within these limits. During the past fev,- y, ai's practically no sales of Dominion laiiils have lieen made other than ^atcs of fractional areas immediaiiiv adjoining lands bomosteaded or uwncd ludug �I-The minister may make any sale subject to the performanri^ (')f such settlement duties in any ca.-se as he" may deem advisable. Most Pay For Improvements ."i--In (tase there are iinprnvemetils Collections For Business Houses The satisfactory service which The Merchants Bank renders to Business Houses, in the matter of collecting Notes, Drafts and other financial paper, is due to the nurnbor and strategic location of its branches throughout Canada, and the eliiicient system" in force. Special attention is given to collections ; returns are promptly made and credited ; losses are often prevented by the care and thoroughness 'With which we do this part of our work. � CHANTS BANK Head Office : Montreal. OF CANADA Established 1 864. LRIHBRIDGE BRANCH,   R. J. DINNING, Manager. MONARCH BRANCH,  V. A. EBERLY, Acting Manager. NOBLEFORD BRANCH. - M. A. KILPATRICK, Aotinj! Monaiier. "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN. Mason & Risch Piano- a sound investment which assures an instrument in keeping with the highest standard for years to come. Tho vubie, durability untl tonal perfection ot tho Mason & Iliach Piano havo boon so conclusively proynn that thqy are accepted tacts. The ftlasoa & Riaoh Pinno in without a peer. It 1h .sold to you direct-you buy from the nianiifncturer, through a "Factory to Home" phm that oarrioB you around the nilddloman-you save his expenao and profit. Some buyer will gave a handsomo margin over regular price, who buys thia Landsdown Piano, Just taken In n.xclinnge on a now BInBon & RlHcb Pluiio. .Early Inspection is sollcftod if yatl wish to talco advantage of ^QCO tbia special price, .. <3)4iOO MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHgR�06E 6LAI10RE IN ATIEWIPTEO MURDER Committed on a charge of attempted murder Joe lorullo of Blnirniore. was brought to the city this morning by tho A. P. P. and lodged in the cells at tho provincial jail to await trial at the next criminal sittings at Maclood. On th^*-night ot June 18th at Blair-niore, leruUo, who is an Italian miner took two shots with a revolver at a man named Joe Corou, another Italian miner of that town. After firing the two shots, which wore Ineffective, lorullo struck out for the boavy bush south ot town. Detective Mclvor and Sergt. Caswell of the A. V. P. were notified and shortly afterwards arrested lerullo in the woods. When arrested, lorullo had a fully loaded revolver in his possession, having rijloaded the w(5apou after firing at Corea. On Juno 19th the arrested man appeared before Police IMaglstrate Disney at Coleman. Five witnesses for the pro.soontion were beard and lerullo was coiumlttod for trial. Tbo motive for the shooting is not known but there is thought to be bad foaling between the two men which has been growing tor some time. i3 SAD DEATH LITTLE Freshwater Sea Voyage (Through ihe Greed Lak,e^) FromThun(ier Bay to Georgian Bay-a six hundred mile trip from Fort William and Port Arthur-i through the blue-green waters of Lake Superior, Sauit Ste. Marie, Lake Huron, and the island fairy- i land of tho Georgian Bay. ..... At time* out-o'-�!ght of land with only � vi�tn of tumbling greco' waters and tvheeling-'cugull*. Again llirougli green embowered . pataage* o( wonderful lovelincsa. Luxurioua CANADIAN PACIFIC Great Lakes Steamships Splendid aervice, excellent food, all at moderate coah Aitentative for all Tranacontinental Paasengera. Canadian Pacific Standard-None Better. For full information call, phone or write any Canadian Pacific Agent. J. E. PROCTOR, District Pastseuger, Agent, Calgary. A wide circle ot friends was deep ly shocked to learn yesterday utter-noon of tho death of little Margarnl Clarke, I bo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Clarke, Tho 111 tie girl succumbed to injiu'ies received last week In an unfortunate ticcddont. when her clothlrr caught fire from tho open grato of a gas stove in the rosldunco on Thirteontb street. The littlo girl was biully burned, but for a time it was bolleved she would recover. Yesterday however, she grew worse, jind passed away In the afternoon. The funeral will bo hold from tho residence at 2.30 Friday afternoon, lie v. Mr. Cragg officiating. RECALLED AT OWN REQUEST. riome, Juno 20.-(Routers Ottawa Jiganoy.)-Monsignor Stagnl, apoatol-hi delegate to Canada, was vocalled at his own request tor reasona ot health. In Ills place the Pope baa itppointod Peter Dlmarla, whom he has also created tho titular archbishop of Icou- AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And I ffi'dB including: Very handa(jmo fumed oak dining suite comprlsliiK dining table, buffet and chairs; pair of very handsomo Don chairs, allovor tapestry'; handsome brass bod. complete with springs and felt niattres.s; vt;'ry flue �-pioco mahogany parlor suite; sot of solid oak diners; solid oak rockers; two very good single beds complete; leather upbolaterod lounge; small sized REFRIGERATOR; den loungo duilr; two brand new Oongolonni RugH;-giiB-llno range; large gas range; very fine Stanley PIANOFORTE In MAHOGANY CASE, jiorfect lone; numerous smaller Ituius. THERE ARE SOME* REALLY HIGH CLASS GOODS IN THIS SALE. ROOMS OPEN THURSDAY EVENING 7-9. TERMS CASH I. " PHONES 770-469 Builders' Supplies CEMENT, LIME. WOOD FIBRE PLASTER, EMPIRE FINISH, HOL. LOW TILE, LETHBRIDGE AND MEDICINE HAT BRICK, ROOFINGS, BUILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BEAVER BOARD. PLATE GLASS, MURANESE GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS, MINING SUPPLIES. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 1044 FOURTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE am Changing a Tire i.s one ot the unpleasant tilings most automobilists soniQ time have to do. We can save you money on rubber bills if you entrust your tires and tubes to us tor our work in VULCANIZING Prompt, thorough work our specialty. Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station F. B. McKinnon, Proprietor 305 Sixth Street S. Lethbridge, Alta. I'hone 495 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS FRI. NEXT, JUNE 21 DOES YOUR RADIATOR LEAK All radiatov troubles lepaired and made as eood as new without removing the fins. ' i WE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK and want to show you that we know how to do a good job on anv kind of repairs to auto or tractor radiators. CALL AND SEE US Andy's Radiator Repair Station BEHIND DALLAS HOTEL-UPSTAIRS Nature's Teeth The Best f ATURK gave moat of us in our youth a good, sound, serviceable set of teeth. Au\I those teeth, it we pro-servo them are better than the best substitutes. But not one grown pei'son in a hundred has preserved their original good teeth. Hence the constant need of the Dentist. In our practice we Sim as tar as  is humanly p'osslhlo-to duplicate nature's teeth. Teeth such as we give yqu, enable, you to bito and chew .with comfort. Ami so natural is'their appearance, they defy detection. This Is a fact ranking almost equal in importance to the well known one that- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry , PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors horn Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-1i5A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-^ CRI8TAUL BLOCK. ?3623059 6929 609049 40041135 6231 9999?99999999999999999 ;