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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE THE HERALD PAGE SEVEJf LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT All Ready Here for Registration Where register tomorrow City Board of Patriotic Fund Hudsons Bay Flectwood Central High Convent Basils Westminster Galbraith Time to Register At nny booth between the hours of oclock in tho morning and ten In the Who Should Every boy and girl sixteen years and The state ment that men and women over GO need not register Is Regis tration applies to whether citizens of Canada or S All 9et All sot wna the word passed out this morning by registrar for Lethbridga constituency when seen by the lisrald tills After four strenuous Porter has all his booths all his deputies named and tho registrat ion supplies In tho hands of each so that tomorrow morning work may bo begun in dho registrat ion of the thirty or forty thousand men and women In the H is a gigantic task and the captain is glad tho end is in In Lethbrldge an excellent start has already been Up till It oclock this morning more than 2000 had been registered in the This will Seavo from threo to four thous and to register and as there will bo fifty or more booths scattered throughout tho city it is not thought there will be any difficulty in accom inodatlng the crowds during the 15 hours the booths will be Deputy Registrar Oliver at the Hoard of Trade Building has been the busiest man In town for the past threo nnd up till ten oclock this morning had himself registered This is still tho The Is another busy ovnr 700 having registered with tho threo registrars there up till oclock this Most of tho men have also registered at tho caboose In the yards placed at tho convenience of the reg istration officials by tho More mon than women have regis tered so according to Skel Porters assistant at his headquarters In tho H is thought that tho ladles will swing tho balance over as tho men havoboon more anxioua to get their registration over early In or dor not to bo interfered with on Sat urday when the booths aro expected to bo Age Question The ago question Is bothering of the Throe cards have been turned in on which that important question is left The cards will bo returned to the registrants in or der that they may answer that deli cate Another lady objected last evening to give her stating I that her birthday was along about Tho older they get the more touchy they are about their ages paid tho deputy who told the Herald about this FOR EVERY FOOT FOR EVERY SPORT KTO matter what you are going in for this FLEET FOOT anticipates your footwear FLEET FOOT provides economical foot wear all and a few colors every for holiday and every day wear women and Ask your dealer to show you the complete line of FLEET None genuine unless stamped FLEET FOOT on the flic best shoe dealers sell Fleet Foot Canadian Consolidated Rubber Limited HEAD SPEND JULY 1st at HENDERSON LETHBRIDGE RESCUE and FIRST AID CONTESTS 22 TEAMS COMPETING Under Auspices of CANADIAN MINING INSTITUTE Also Under the Auspices of the GREAT WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL AND 3 Silver Shields and Prizes value OfYBANIHN ATTENDANCE COMMENCE AT PROMPT PLEASURE AND EDUCATION COMBINED VEHICLES FREE DONT MISS THE ABOVE BIG DANCE IN EVENING SAVE THE CROP If wo pet a good steady rain for n day or Immeilhilely wo will have a 75 per cent crop said dim ming of8trong ami Howler this morn Ing In summing up Hie crop situation Every day that Hie rain holds off moans a in the possible percent The New City Commissioner was born on a farm on the southwest coast of in He was educated in England and after leaving school was a pupil for five years in the office of an architect and doing building and engineer ing He was also engaged on boards of arbitration on land and building Eleven years agohe came to and worked one year at Ten years ago he came to Lethbridgo as an assistant in tho office of City Engineer On Arnolds resignation in 1912 Meech acted as city engineer for four months until the arrival of after which he was placed in charge of the assessment and build ing inspection which position ho has held up till the pres Meech is married and has a family of three That many fields from Foremost cast toManyberriiM ire burned irro1 parably is the statement of Mac Kintosh of the who visited that section a couple of days of a line drawn north and south through Tabor tho Is still good provided there is rain within a East of that lino tho crop will be slim in any However a soaking rain would leave Southern Albert a a very long way better off than a crop The Herald report of tho other day that there was henvy rain south of Bow Island seems 10 have boon a mis take according to later Show ers were received In some districts but not enough to dn any real good Old Probs says fine and warm for However Southern Al looking for something bet ter Between June 20th and 25th It has boon oven in the dry to count on a good rain and the lowering skies today indicated thai some precipitation may bo expected before a great lapse of last years lonvlng about to lo paid this Harrow the In presenting his report pointed that tho financial position of the association was that the assets exceeded the liabilities by some which was a very sat isfactory state of affairs In view of the that It Is only a few years the club started up In a very small and humble Tho president made a strong appeal for members so that tho position of tho club bo and tlurt on thojr return tho soldier members might find the old club hotter than when they loft to risk all for The following officers wore elected Alrd and V Rid Andrew PRIED BARS OFF THE CITY CELLS Richard Richards plan of escape from the city elink on Wednesday The following are the honor pupils in Pleetwooil School Grade Doris Jow Josephine Grade Martin Hughio Mary Shir William Grade Emll Ewert Lena Elsie Victoria Allan Jack Ralph John James Sidney Grade Holli Hazel Annie Gladys Jean Elsie James Jean Gordon Grade Ena Hem Dick Gordon Elvina Reid Clancy Grade Jessie Nile Charlie Elma James Willie Grade Met Miss Grade Od Flora Molly Hilda Edith Jim Eri8 Gordon Primary Miss Justus Evelyn Ger trude Nellie j Bruce At 11 oclock this morning City Clerk Donald Duff took enough time from his duties is deputy registrar to1 open the ballot boxes of yester days sum up the results and declare Mooch The official jin as follows Meech Oliver Rejected Polls AA ahd B 64 3 Polls C and E liTH un Poll D 37 1 049 211 10 Commissionerelect Meech will en ter on his new duties officially on July Commissioner Graces resig nation having been accepted to take effect on June According to the city charter it is the city councils duty to appoint a successor to Meech as city as considering the fact that Meech stated during the campaign that lie would ask to retain supervision of the assessment depart it is possible that the council maydecide that a lowersalaried man may be named in Meechs Notwithstanding the heavy drains made upon tho membership of the Aquatic Association by the necessities of the prospects for a successful season for tho summer are The weed insurance has been effec tually dealt withi for the present at and the water is clean and sweet and perfectly suitable for bath The Association held their annual general meeting on Wednesday evening and was well The secretarytreasurers report showed a fairly successful year for 1917 ex tensive permanent improvements were made to the the installation of toilets and the fenc ing of the club and1 that two thirds of the expense was met out of REQUIRES 500 Men for Mines MACHINE PUSHERS AND OUTSIDE BEST OF CONDITIONS AND HIGHEST AVERAGE APPLY Secretary Red Deer Valley Coal Operators ALBERTA Miss Executive Mc Any one desirous of joining Ho as sociation is requested to communicate with the honorary Androw Itnynl Rank i who will Kindly nfford all desired in night was He simply pried the bars off tho windows to the cellfc crawled through and beat Wn havn no trace of him Bald rhiofHardy to the Herald this morn All the police forces have description and every effort la being made to locate as he Is consider ed a dangerous man to havo at largo present In view of his seditious utterances and proGerman Is thought most likely that he has boat It across the line In an endeavor to back to his old haunts in Montana HORRIBLE DEATH Juno were Instantly killed at the Longuj Point shop of the Canadian Steel and early this When a bucket of boiling metal fell on them and burned them to Your Summer Haberdashery is Ready for Selection THE MAN WHO REALIZES THE IMPORTANT PART THAT HABERDASHERY PLAYS IN TUNING UP HIS APPEARANCE WILL APPRECIATE THE COM PLETION OF OUR SUMMER THE NEW LINES ARE TRULY NOTABLE FOR THEIR UNEXCELLED QUALITIES AND FOR THE WAY WEVE PRICED SHIRTS No end of Mercerized silk and linen pure solid colors and novelty NECKWEAR Fine Swiss and Italian silks in diagonal striped flora 1 offsets triangle and square patterns and Persian and Oriental HOSIERY Standard all colors and UNDERWEAR All representative union and two piece ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR IN SEALED STRAW HATS LIGHT TROUSERS All the new styles in Panamas and t i A wide assortment for your whko and whitc duck atractively WR FIFTH STREET s OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL rtte rrro TWT mvue THE POWER OF A TEN DOLLAR BILL I Consider the power of a Ten Dollar Bill when iUs spent At It is like It It pays off a hundred It creates business and puts people to work in our But the Ten Dollar Bill that is sent away to the outoftown house does nothing for our It becomes dead to It is out of commission forever as far as our town is We never see it Let give power to the money we Let us remem ber that our best investment is that PowerMoney that we spend at No Time To Shop DO YOUR SHOPPING WHEN YOU REGISTER AT THE BAY Ample Time f To ;