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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 191S THE LKTIIBRTDGI'. iJAIJ.Y rTERALD PAGE SEVEIf LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT AH Ready Here for Registration Day ( - Where to roglBter tomorrow: City Hnll. Board of Trade. Y. M. C. A. Patriotic Fund Office. C. P. R. CabooQ;. Hudson's Bay Co. . ^ Fleetwood School. Central School. Hiflh School. Convent School. 8t. Basil's School. Westminster School. Galbralth School. Time to Register: At tiny booth between tlio hours of �even o'clock In the morning unci ten In the evening. Who Should Rejjister. ICvnry man, woman, hoy and girl slxlocn years and over. Tlio .stiite-mont that men niul women over CO need not register ia incorrect, nogis-tratlon applies to all, whether citizens ot Canada or not. ^ All Set "All sot" was the word passed out this morning by Clupt. Porter, chief registrar for Letlibridgo constituency when seen by the llsrahl this morning. After four Htrcnuous woelcs, Capt. Porter has all bis booths located, all his deputies named and (he registration supplies in Uio hands oC each deputy, HO that tomorrow morning worlsJO matter �what you are going in for this summer, "FLEET FOOT" anticipates your footwear needs. "FLEET FOOT" provides easy, comfortable, economical foot' wear - all white, and a few colors too-for every sport- for business, holiday and every day wear -for men, women and children. Ask your dealer to show you the complete line of "FLEET FOOT." None genuine unless stamped "FLEET FOOT" on the sole. The best shoe derkrs sell " Fleet Foot" Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co. Limited JULY 1st at HENDERSON PARK, LETHBRIDGE - RESCUE and T AID CONTESTS 22 TEAMS COMPETING Under Auspices of CANADIAN MINING INSTITUTE . Also RTS Under the Auspices of the GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION AND ^ TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL 3 Silver Shields and Prizes value $1500 CITY BAND IN ATTENDANCE COMMENCE AT 1.00 P.M. PftOMPT PLEASURE AND EDUCATION COMBINED VEHICLES FREE DON'T MISS THE ABOVE BIG DANCE IN EVENING nBglatrar Olivnr at the Hoard ,nf Trado Uulldini; liiiH bcciii the bUBlOHl man In town for Ilit! paHt three diiyH, and up till ten o'clock this inornlnK had liiniHclf ri.'Klsternd r.SU. This Ih still the record. Tlio V. M. C. A. is another bUHy place, over 700 liavinB rngistcrod with the three reglHtral'H there up till 11 o'clock this niorning. Most oC the C. P. K. men have alfio registered at the caboose in the yards placed at the convenience of the reg-istratiou officials by the company. More men limn vomen have regis-terod so far, according to Mrs. Skol-ton, Capt. Porter's iisslstanl at his headfiuarters In the Y. i\f. C. A. It Is tlioiight however, that the ladies will BWing the balance over tomorrow," as the men havo been more anxious to pet their registration over early In order not to be interfered witli on Saturday wlion the bootlis are expected to bo crowded. Age Question The age riiiestlon is bothering some, of the ladie.s. Tiiree cards havo been' turned in on which that important question is loft blank. The cards will be returned to the registrants In order that they may answer that delicate retiu(!at. Another lady objected last evening' to give lier age, stating that her birtliday was along about ISGO. "The older they get the more touchy they are about their ages" paid the deputy who told tlio Herald about (Iiis case. ' GOOD STEADY RAIN ATONCEWOULC SAVE IHE CROP The New City Commissioner H. Wm. Jleeah. commissioner-elect, was born on a farm atJJorsot. on the southwest coast of England, in ISSl. He was educated in England and after leaving school was a pupil tor tivo years In the office ot an architect and surveyor, doing building and enginoer-Ing work, lie was also engaged on hoards of arbitration on land and building values. Eleven years ago he came to Canada, and worked one year al Winnliieg. Ten years ago he came to Letlibridgo as an assistant In tin-office of City Engineer Arnold. On Jlr. Arnold's resignation in iai2 Mr. Meech acted as city engineer for four months until the arrival of A. C. D. nianchard. after which ho was placed in charge ot the assessment and building inspection department, which position he has held up till the present. Jlr. Meech ia married and has a family of three boys. HONOR PUPILS !N FLEEliOO SCHOOL The following are the honor pupils in Fleetwood School: Grade VI.-Ethel Kuth, Doris Jow-ett, Josephine Beaton. Grade V.-Frank Alexander, Martin Johnson, llughio .Mahon, .Mary Shir-Icy. William Hay. Grade V.-Gertrude Odmark, Emll Ewert Lena Forbes, Elsie Ahrens. Victoria Cross, Allan MacUay, Jack Handle, Ralpli Robinson, John Harris, James Jlosaey, Sidney Bourno. Grado IV.T-(Seuior)-Thos HoUI-day. Hazel Davidson, Annie Mossey, Gladys Crombos. (Junior)-Bradwyn Papworth, Jean :\Iackay, Elsie Apploton, James Cooper, Jean Oliver, Gordon Rhodes. Grade llf.-Annie iReid, Ena Hemming, Dick Johnson, Gordon Liowe, Elvlna Reid; Clancy Davidson'. Grado II.-.Marguerite McCall, Jessie Millar, Nile Nicholson, Charlie Cooper, Elma Pulley, James Skelton, Willie Bishop. Grado II.-J. Holliday.B. Smith, J. Breckonridge, D. TorriU, E. Smith, R. Miller, M. Gray, E. Johnson, B. Metcalfe, C. Thompson. Miss Currlo, Grade I.-Margat;et Odmark, Flora Bates, Molly Johnston, Hilda Robinson, Edith Armstrong, Jim Johnston, Eris-'Stamford, Gordon Wilson. Primary Grade. Miss Benn'ington,- Justus Webster, Evelyn Arnold,' Gertrude Hunter, Nellie Barton, ' Cficll Meads, Bruce Bristol. ' . H' "If wc get a guml steady rain for a day or two. Inini" liiitcly we will have a 7{i per cent cidp ' said J. A. Cum-ming of Strong ami Dowler this morning in summing up ilu- cro]) situation "Every day that ilii> rain holds off moans a' loss in tin; possible percent Tliat many tiflils from Koremosl oast to Manybon ii's :iri. llfl 0 Poll "D" i;i,S 37 1 i;-l!l 211 10 Comraissionorelccf Moech will enter on his new diities officially on July 1st, Commis.iuner Grace's resignation having been accepted lo take effect on June According to the city charter it Is the city council's duty to appoint a successor lo .Mi\ .Meech a.s city assessor. However, lonsidering the fact that j\lr. Meech stated during the campaign that he would ask to retain supervision of the assessment department, it is pe.ssibie that the council may-decide that a lower-salaried man may be named in Mr. Meech's place... IEOBBI9HCE9 Your Summer Haberdashery is Ready for Selection THE MAN WHO REALIZES THE IIVIPO.ITANT PART THAT HABERDASHERY PLAYS IN TUNING UP HIS APPEARANCE WILL APPRECIATE THE COMPLETION OF OUR SUMMER DISPLAYS. THE NEW LINES ARE TRULY NOTABLE FOR THEIR DISTINCTIVENESS, DIVERSITY, UNEXCELLED QUALITIES AND FOR THE WAY WE'VE PRICED THEM. SHIRTS No end ot them-:\Iadras. ^Mercerized effects, silk and linen mixtures, siiin tripes, pure silks, etc. Stripes, solid colors and novelty patterns. NECKWEAR Fine American, Swiss and Italian silks in diagiiii;\l striiied icleas. ilural ctfects; (lot, triangle and siiuare patterns; unci POYOUR SHOPPING WHEN YOU REGISTER AT "THE BAY" Ample Time ^ To Shop--- 64 ;