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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta *>AGE TEN- THE LETimniDCR DAILY HERALO FRIDAY, JUNE 28, lOtS REGISMION AI KE Entirely Forgot This Town Until Registration Day-Hundreds Did Not llcgislcr (Ffnm Our Own rorrr^por.iii n'> Rarons. .liii\o l'T......Keyi.'^itMiioii (!.:.v III Barons was � joki-. Tin' n-pi'nrar ovirtently 'liil luit know iIi.k l^irons Avus fn Ids (orrilovy until he rocflvcil R wire from lln' .-cfrci ;ii y ni the iuniii li'lpalUy on Friday. romiiulinK I'iui tiiat no arranKOiiu'Ut!; lirii Iu'imi made for resistralion on the folUnviiis liay. A messcnsi'T was inimoiliately (lis-patclieil, arriviiiK on ts.iiiirclay iiunn-J.'iK will) auch rttipplios only us coultl bt> sparoil ironi other places, with the result iliat tlie cards were exhausted iong before nooii an il hundreds of people who had come in in register -wero forced to go home un-ri'Rlstered to return on Monday and �ppenr before the postmaster. The Mvelvo nionthi? pastor ot the Karons and White Lake Methodist ("hiirches, has.ocen transferred to N'ew Itrigdcn, Alta,. and Is to bo auceecdcd by Hov. .�Malley. Mr, Brown and InlnlLv loft for tlielv iiQw.lionio on Moiidhy, to the rcRret of their many friends in the district. .Mr, J. Blackwood. manaRer for sev-I'ral years, of'the Barons branch ot the I'nion Bank of Canada, has re-.^icned and purposes KOintr into business in town. Postmsster Resigns. Mr. r. Wcndleboe, ,11',, who has been postmaster sini-e llie establish-nunt of a Tost Dffice here, has also roiKned, The appointment of Mr. i\n-(Irow.^j. a returned veteran to succeed lihu is a popular one in tlv,- district. bein�; considered mere- jusiiee to a mall v.lio ha.s liiifj'ered for lii.s country, besides beInK evidence of the disappearance ot ll'.e patronage system and | of the Kood effects ot the civil service commission. Mr. Andrews tool; over his duties as postmaster ou the �20th Inst. Soldier Dies. Pte, Louis Lainde of the American army, son of Mrs. Liinde. ot Barons, died ht Camp l-ewis. Washington, last weelc. The body was broviglit to Barons and interred in a plot on the family homestead on Monday, .tune 2-lth, THE CANADIAN SAtT CO. LIMITED to his natlvQ stato (West ViVKinin'), yesterday. He Intends to meet Mr. Warnock at .New York and i'eturn home with hitn by road. supply of cards at the post office pi Inr^e concourse of sympathizers at-Listed for about half an hour on Mon-i tending the funeral. ' fxiving are ready to meet ("hanipion i\f;ain I > credit and liave notified Ihetr custou\-1 and reverse the score, |' crs that "(iii and after ,)iily Isi bu.-Jiness Mr. .1. K. AVarnocl-. and family left;' will be done, on -.i strictly cash Ijasis yesterday in their Dod.ce ear on tiieirj' only. New Pastor. Itev. ,7, H. iirown, tor the past .iouniey to Iletroii, Halifax and New Yorlc. Mr, Herl Frotzman left for a visit Virginia, Minn., June 27,-At least twenty miners arc known to be deacl as the result of an explosion of dynamUe sot oft by it boll ot lightning diiring a heavy storm nt Silver .Mine, two (11 lies front here, to-ilay. 'rhousaiids of tons of ore tell as a result of the explosion, bury-iiiK the iiK'ii. I! is believed (bat several others wore caught. Many oilier.-^ were seriously injured. ,, a .;. a .;. .'^ .^ a a Silver Gloss Sta^rcK or Table ClotKs, Mapkins and otKer Linens For more than 6o years, "Sil-Oer Gloss" Ixas heen tKe pqvorite Home laundry starch. KlaniifBCtllted {ty THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED - - MONTREAL Pure Food Markets Ready for Table-Ready for the Picnic BURNS' DELICATESSEN-THE EMPIRE'S STANDARD COOKED AND PRE-' PARED MEATS. SHAMROCK COOKED HAM JELLIED OX TONGUE MEAT LOAF CHEESE LOAF FRAY BENTOS CORNED BEEF HEAD CHEESE HAM BOLOGNA IDEAL BOLOGNA in the Price of Beef Owing to increased supplies coming on the market we are able to reduce the price of beef considerably. As the season advances we figure on further reductions, which will materially reduce the cost of living. - . . Dur Butter and Egg Specials Be On As Usual Saturday P. Burns & Co., Ltd. DOMINION MARKET COR, 4TH AVE. AND 6TH ST, S.' , PHONE 1654 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 1388 PALACE MARKET �THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 431 NEW RULES REGARDIN HOMESTEAOER WHO OWES TAXES ON UNO Ottawa, Jnno 27.-Important In structlous have been issued by the department ot the interior to tho agonts of Dominion lands in Western Canada, In respect of municipal or sehool taxes duo by a hcnnesteador or prc-oinptor who has abandoned his land without completinj; his duties. These Instructions are to the ottect: "When iinprovoineuls are left upon a municipalities In re ' spect of taxes that are overdue and ! ; that hav ui>t been paitl in many in , stances in Western t'anada. jl IAS I L Ul U\ HLL Vittoty .^Iiist Be Complete Or' Greater TnigecJy Ensue j .Vew York. .June Gcofge Rous- j ^es. minister of dreei.e to tlie United | ' Slates, was tho oUiei' siieaker at a ;' celebration of Greec'cs entrance into the v.ar one year as". ': .Vsseriin^'. I'luu if the allies bad un-i derstiiod the situation in tlic Orient ' iii 131-t and liad accepted tiie assist-1 anco offered by t!ie Greek Kovernmont i before the Hatlie of the Martie they I might have averted many disasters. 1 The speaker said tiiat since entering ; the war Greece had sacriiicod thousands of her sons, "for tlie triumph of tho common ideal" and is determined "to .see the struggle throueU to '. the bitter end." After saying tliat "four peoples who had formed a coalition to tako from their neif;libors all that they could sell." were now taking precautions against one another while dividing ' their spoils. Me added that when "an ! evil act i.s nceoniplished and unlaw-I ful gains are obtained, disunion neccs-I sarily results, for 'Iionor among i thieves' i.s, after all, e.xtrctnely i rare." i 'I'lirning to the Russian situation' he ' said that if that "prostrate nation is ' organized with rrus�lan efficiency a i more terrible war awaits the world, and that if victory is. incomplete,' the  curtain will rise upon a more terrible tragedy." eUWORE MINER HAS HIS LEG BROKEN '[�Y'rm our iJwii Corrp.sn.>r.d(!nl> Blairmore, ,nine 27.-Win. Evans, who lias been sick for some days, went away for an operation on Satur-day. Trooper Albert Evans, of the Strath-cona Horse, i.s visiting friends in town this week. A miner named laind was injured in the m'me. Saturday, having a leg broken by the !alling of sonie coal, - Miss .Towel Me.Doviald and hor brother, Hugh ,)olin, arrived home on Sunday morning. .Miss Jewel wns taking the 12th grade In Edmonton High School and Hugh the 11th grade in the same institution. Principal Black, of Coleman, finished his wfiik at the local High School on Jloiulay. He superintended tho examinations in the various grades, .Some 'to ptipHs were taking the examinations. JUbs Ulanclu" Pinkney, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. M. Pinkney, of Blairmore, has been chosen as one of the teachers of the local school staff when school assembles next September,! -Miss Pinkney is teaching In the] Yoiingstcwn district at present, j Mrs, Rhodes Is now visiting her: mother, Mr.s, fJieeii, Mrs. Ornen has' been very sick for some days but has now recovered. ' The soldler.s or tlie Sanitarium were I given a picnic to-day at tho Crows | N'est t.,akc. I'^ifleeTi automobiles wore  on hand and carried them to tho picnic grounds. The refreshments were supplied by the ftod Cross of lilnir-nioro. Splendid weather has also bclp-ail to malto it a grand success and a spl-ndid outing for our Holdler boys. Norman Sliaw returns to Calgary for a few diiys on Friday, being culled there by the Afudical Hoard. Tho ifj-ank Mine will be closed down to-morrow. This Is a sad blow to Frank, The oldest producing mine In tho Pu,SH will be no more nnloss some parlies with a mint of money e.im do Bomothing with it. This is the improB-sion of I ho peoplo on tho street. What further the mliie inanagenienl may do with the property is not known. The village ot Friink has bad u very idieck-ornd'i'hlfttory, bt^glniilug with tho groat Hliilo, some ��'�yf!nTf�"iifo, Wo'hoiirf Homelhlng wil baW'on to vevivo tho inlnR again. Buy Your Pathephone The BA T' We did not decide lo handle the PalhepHone by chance. We have tried to add to the reputation we seek for this store with every article we sell. When we planned to sell phonographs it was for this reason we selected the Pathephone We cordially invite you to come in and hear the Phonograph that represents the culmination of a quavtev-century's scientific progress-and learn why we have such pride and confidence in the Pathephone. We want you to know all about -The Pathe' Sapphire Ball instead of sharp metal needles that wear and rip the records. �-No needles to change. � - -The Tone Control Device to re gulate volume of sound. 1 -The beauty of Pathe' exclusive Cabinet Designs. -The All-Wood Sound Chamber (on the violin principle)'. -^The Great Artists who record for Pathe. WE OFFER ATTRACTIVE TERMS OF PAYMENT- AS EXAMPLE $49.50 $13.50 Cash, and six monthly payments of $6.00. $79.50 $15.90 Cash, and six monthly payments of $10.60. $137.50 $29.50 Cash, and six monthly payments of $1S.00. $209.00 $47.00 Cash, and six monthly payments of $27.00, RAINHELPSIHE fl^rom Our Own Corresnnndent) Magrath. Jnno 24.-The rain Sunday freshened up the crops wonderfully. Not that the ground was wet to any depth, but that tho presence ot some moisture prolonged the life ot the crop. Such another storm often enough will guarantee a harvest. Uogistration day went off with no .stirring time happening. Through the efforts of the registrars, most ot tho work was done before tho 22nd, so that that day was dull, as far as regis- tering was concerned. 787 were registered in the town ot Magrath alone, and there were three other registration booths in (ho neighborhood besides. Mr. and Mrs. John I. Chlpraan entertained in honor ot their daughter, Stella and her husband Mr. Beck-stead, who are shortly leaving tor tho U,S. This young coupjo were recently married and are now on a visit to tho bride's' parents, Mr, Ueckstead's number has just been called up a'xl he goes south to report tor duty. Tho Magrath Women's Institute ineeting will be held in the town hall, Friday, Juno 28, at S p.m. Tho follow-ine program will bo rendered: An instrumental selection by Miss Ethel Parkinson; a talk on "Choose Making," by Mrs. Horraal KasmusHon; a selection by the Magrath Ladies' Orchestra. All ladies are invited to come. The public school closes Thursilay after a very successful year, grading and granting ot proxnotioaa will bo tho work for tho last day. Mr. A. J. Gay, of Vancouver, I3 visiting in JMagrath, He Is an ojd resident of Cardston, but moved lo Lloyd Minister and then lo Vancouver, from which place he volunteered for over-seas service. Ho was wounded and gassed and is now slowly recovering from his exporionces in Franco, Several oi our soldier boys aro homo on leave from Calgary where they have been for tho past month, Mr. and Mrs, Angus Wood, Mr. iind Mrs. Wm. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Mooro and Mr. and Mrs. J, H, Turner nuido a Sunday trip to tho luountnins. A good tlmo was reported. Summer P Shoes \ * STYLES to suit every fancy-sizes to fit every foot-made on comfort-fitting lasts-and sold by the *V best shoe stores at prices that make " wearing i'Fleet Foot"-a real summer economy. ^ None genuine unless "stamped ^' FLEET FOOT" on the sole. The best shoe dealers sell ''Fleet Foot.", CANADIAN CONSOLIDiAtED RUBBER CO. Limited HEAr> OFFICE, MONTREAL 28 Service Branches throughout Canada nt 20 ;