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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - June 22, 1916, Brandon, Manitoba Standard time san Brandon Man. Thursday june 22. 19uj a a mexicans can make peace or War with . A is so great through country and railways having Standard time that uniform time is advisable a Many speakers favor Dominion wide adoption of Daylight saving next year. Rim the scheme should be made Dominion wide and that Brandon will Likely ask the Federal parliament to bring about tills state of affairs Tor another veal were i he it i it St Anding Points in the discussion on Daylight saving at the Council meeting monday night when it was decided to go Hack to Standard time next sunday night turn Mil. Those in favor of going Back were aldermen Coleman. Curran Trench Trotter. Mckenzie Patmore and mayor Cater and the three who were still of opinion that the scheme should have at least a seasons trial were aldermen Fletcher Bullock and Bourke. A fairly Large deputation headed by air. A. Shewan was present in support of the petition asking the Rouneil to go Back to the old time. I he t oui in ii began its session Sharp at eight of clock and with very Little routine business the older of bylaws under which order the matter came was reached within fifteen minutes of the opening of the meeting. Or. A. Shewan said personally lie was in favor of Daylight saving but he i bought it should be made operative Over All the donation through Federal legislation Tiki it would obviate their present difficulties. Ile recalled that thirty years ago they had so Many times that a commission was appointed to arrange Standard time and to him the present scheme was going Back to the state of things they had then improved upon while he agreed that Daylight saving in itself was a Good tiling lie did not think Brandon should be die Pioneer City Iii such a drastic movement. Ile knew it was working unsatisfactorily in Winnipeg despite what others said. And lie was convinced it was working hardship Here. There was to onus of the it 4 until if they went Back because tile business men who first signed tile petition asking for Daylight saving had recognized their mistake. Referring to the railway men. Lie said theirs was the biggest payroll in die rite by far and the business men a a could not word to Overlook their welfare. The business men were trying to get train service from Camp Hughes and it would strengthen their hands if the City was run on in same time As the big Camp. Revert to Standard time sunday night in lie petition asked that the change he made wednesday night but the mayor suggested that it he made sunday night which would allow sufficient time for the proposed change to be advertised. Ald. Trotter was in the chair when the inlaw was considered. The whole Council was present except Ald. Fisher and Ald. Bul.,. The latter who is under the doctor care came in when the discussion was on Aud expressed Surprise that the Council had taken the matter lip out of its tier i on the order of procedure. When told that ii was not out of its order he apologise Aud voiced his objection to the petition. Ald. Fletcher moved that the committee Rise without reporting which meant the defeat of the petition. chorused 1 Iller members and a vote was demanded. Ii Vas then an anxious moment for then tin banding of t he aldermen would be Dell mined. The six three vote As recorded above was taken and the Council in committee. Quickly adjusted the bylaw to Lime the requirements of tin petitioners. Opinions of aldermen Ald. Curran said he bad thought seriously into the matter and found the scheme injurious to business. In the interests of Wapiti Tigon june 20- the Anteri ran non flatly rejecting general car rank a Slit Man for the withdrawal of Cli it de state troops Trout Mexico Arni rebuking the Carranza government for the discourteous tone and temper of its inst cow mimic Al Ion was banded today to duo a in to Udo ambassador designate. Whether the twi lit will Mea to War i depends on flu mexicans. Era Cai ran is so Bif Ormed mexican returned Soldier Long in Hospital. Another Brancusi Man to return hours Dee Vinhal fun Ute front is the Donohue who went with the first Eon unspent and was transferred to the Boi ii Iii Winnipeg he was w funded by shrapnel Al Kes Tubert on the 25th of May last year and since that time has spent a Early a year in various English hospitals. Ile returned monday night and has still in walk around with err Man Here. Tin cite lie thought thee should Glt it Back to a # it it the old time. Ald. Patmore had no doubt that a Large cd majority of the people were in favor of continuing the scheme because it was a Forward movement and in a year would he general. On the other hand business might be affected Aud he was going to vote for the repeal of the bylaw. Ald. Coleman said lie came prepared to stay by his guns and by the scheme but the Able speech of or. Shewan had convinced him that the business men were so much affected that it would not be Iii the City a interest to continue it for the present. He tech strongly advocated Dominion wide adoption of the scheme. He had the a a a a of 8tout c#1h.s pet l on Hue Duch told i hat 900 Lutes had Heel it i formerly owned a teamster business corded at school since the scheme was and lilt Virden and later worked for a or opted the teachers attributing it to the scheme. No doubt Daylight saving was a Forward movement and would come. Later. After voting against it. Ald. Coleman said lie still believed a majority of the people w Ere in favor of it. But this was a ease where tile business menus interests could not be overlooked. The fair also would have to be run on Standard time. Ald. Fletcher said he did not believe in passing bylaws one Day and re Leal ii in them the next. People should be More particular when they signed a petition to know just what they were signing and not sign them indiscriminately. There was also a great conflict of opinion on the scheme and for that reason alone he thought the Council should stay by what it had done. The t t is till i i to ia1 Aimi Ings Aud the construction of the Caisse thought it should this year and be sons was very familiar having been voted upon at the next municipal elections Jol j in great detail already before the la Boring men favored new time i Koyiol a at the \ it i. Bullock said a similar Osterv had uni. Ai the contract Tor up building wats been raised against the thursday half Lief to Keity on july iou Isis Holiday when it was inaugurated. Ile had mingled with Many working men and would undertake to say that eight out of every ten would favor the scheme. Personally it made no difference to him. But he had been asked by working men to stand by tin scheme and that was Why he was there when he should have been in bed. The argument of it being for sportsmen was absurd because mane working men unlike the German Gas there is no antidote for the russian discovery and masks previously used Are of no Avail against it Gas can be launched in a definite direction and will carry several Miles it can also be combined with explosive charges of big shells russians have mask which is efficacious. Loudon Dune 20-�?�?ogeneral Brusilow Lff Sahu Tuii 11,, a , with a Gas attack during Gas is a secret but there is no antidote for it Aud it is not subject to the Mic Ertain t he still hour about Dawn a fortnight ago a i Tda a of to it German gases. Gas is launched sacs the morning Post s Petrograd Corres-1 in a definite direction and carries for Seva i a i i Oral Miles. It can be combined with sex in drat. Of n action thirty a Plosive whoa s of big shells. Iii extant flu mis j >10 j re ted into the in a no mask previously used is of tile Amy s position was followed by a Hurricane slightest Avail against this Gas but the artillery attack and then by infantry. I russians have been provided with a Spe a the composition of the new russian j rial mask which is efficacious a Brandon College two killed in judge refuses faculty scatter trolley wreck Appeal on lands summer holidays to Quot his a to Quot outside limits Horwood on stand in Kelly Case Winnipeg june -0.�?victor w. Norwood formerly provincial architect for Manitoba Aud now a Market Gardener. Spent this morning in the Box As tile first witness for the Crown in the trial of Thomas Kafir parliament buildings contractor on charges of theft receiving Ana false pretences he was examined by u. A. Bonner k.c., chief of the Crown counsel and even though there will be no Cross examination by tile defense he is expected to be on the stand for a Day or two. Or. Norwood s Story of the beginning of work on tile parliament build one week earlier. Hor Wood had written to Hon. George it. Caldwell acting minister of Public works recommending Caisson foundations instead of piling and steel and Concrete Coil Striction instead of reinforced Concrete. These changes had been decided on Iii fact he said before the contract was signed and Kelly proceed with the caissons shortly afterwards with no contract the witness said Kelly a i been wanted the extra Bour to Plant $77s.o87 for Tho caissons nor-rte., and that was not sport. In believed Wood hai1 of Quot of $534. 288. Taking Kelly a figures for Cost items with which he was unfamiliar. He allowed Kelly $40 per thousand for 1840 feet of lumber and seven cents per Pound for 2,420 pounds of Iron bands for each Caisson though this Materia was taken out when the cais \ son was constructed and presumably used on other caissons. Norwood said that or. Cold we ii had told him to take his instructions from or. Now . La. In. Simpson. Or cold Well. He said told him lie a understood there had been to change in the parliament buildings at Regina in which certain moneys for the party were involved and suggested Ilia we do the same. He asked where we could Best put on extras and i said on the East West and South they go seeking mental stimulus and physical vigor although the Low Register of the j thermometer seems to belie it. Summer is approaching and perhaps the strongest evidence of the fact is the scattering of the College faculty. Already several members have a Eft the City cad within the next few Days All but those residing in Brandon will have gone. I miss Whiteside will be leaving out tuesday for Winnipeg where she will spend ten Days before returning to her borne in Toronto. Miss Moyie Oil Hie other hand goes due West to visit relatives in Didsbury after making the trip through the Canadian cookies to the coast. Miss Bouk die Only Nova Scotia in the group starts East at once stopping off at various Points j in Ontario for Brief visits in route i train hits trolley car a two dead six injured Accident near Welland ont. . Catharines out., Lune 2u. A two persons were killed and six injured when Early monday evening a closed trolley car Oil Tho Welland division of the Niagara. Catharines and Toronto railway collided with a passenger train on the Buffalo and Goderich Branch of the grand trunk at port col borne killed i. Abbey. Welland r. Adams Welland. Injured Robert Colley. Welland win. Suess. Ridgeway a. Belbard port Colborne miss King Humber Stone Stephen Campman Welland Al. Major. Welland. None of the injured is thought to be seriously Hurt. The cars met Oil the Diamond crossing of the two roads. The trolley was the regular six o clock car from port i Colborne and was Well tilled with Pas assessment on lands in Cornwallis next City Boundary is confirmed by judge no effect on taxes senders the majority of whom were to Welland Tor Ila in a. Of the ladies miss Kea Chi. ,. It a re r a Atour Way lev cram it Nair Rifae Eaf will remain longest in town. Visiting \ i end of the trolley just As it was Clear continues on rage six. A a a a a a a a a a a ing the tracks. How Hie Accident occurred is in a a a a a known. The two trolley passengers Soldier member arrested a i killed were either knocked off or jump de from the car and were run Over a by the train. Adams was instantly killed and Abbey died shortly after Sydney n. S., june 20.�?on the eve of the Nova Scotia provincial elections w. F. Carroll m. P. For a ape Brenton South. Was placed under arrest by order of the militia authorities on a charge of being absent from duty without leave. Carroll who is a private in the 185th Nova Scotia highlanders left the Camp at Aldershot without leave of absence. A wards. I i a a a a a splendid gift for Canadian Hospital no pensions for intemperate soldiers sir Sam Hughes declares men responsible for their disabilities to be denied pensions Bondon june 20.�?harold Kennedy lumber merchant of Quebec who has already placed the Bromley hotel at Hie disposal of the Canadian medical service As a convalescent Hospital Lias now acquired an estate near maid 01 Tawa june 20.�?major-general sir sir Sam Hughes stated that in the working out of the pension system it Lins been found that several Hun died men have been invalided because of illness or disease incurred through their own carelessness or misconduct. Hereafter said the minister pensions will not be granted where it is clearly Bown that the disabilities were incur in supporting the cause of the working people rather than the Rosser Avenue interests. As for the mayor he Hart been opposed to it from the Start ant had not done his Hest to give the thing a fair trial. On the vote to adopt the committees report another six three Eon it was registered. Another by Law was put through to bring Back the tone of meetings to eight o clock this being necessary under the municipal act. Postpone Date business tax payment another bylaw was put through to re Deal the payment of business taxes on Only first As the court of Appeal being late this year would not permit of the tax Roll being ready by that time. There was Little other business at the meeting which was Over by nine o clock. Or. D. Ii. Mckinnon asked for a rebate of $30 on his poolroom License. He paid $60 and the place closed on june first aft lie had been in business three months. It was referred to the License committee with Power to act. A refund will also he made in1 the Case of licenses issued for Temperance a _. _. I ars. Or. Bolton. Medical health officer. Czernowicz now Well to rear of russians who Are driving austrians along the was granted one months leave of absence River truth la Lra Serleth Rev a and Aipa plan Mountain passes Cap from the first of september hiring guns machine guns ammunition and food stuffs enemy is fighting stubbornly. Property bears minimum taxes a lands sub divided and sold when Market is Active Ait important decision affecting property on Hie City limits has just been handed Down by judge Cumberland to the municipality of Cornwallis. His Honor recently heard an Appeal by owners of land on the Border which had been purchased some years ago and subdivided some of the lots being sold flu ring the Boom for an average of $100 per lot messes. Morris Aud Jones Are tile appellants and his Honor has non suited them. His judgment reads As follow pursuant to Section eighty eight of the assessment act i beg to report Tolje of Ike result Olathe appeals against j the assessments of the Alcove two men. By Section 28 of the assessment act. 1 a fall lands in Rural municipalities improved for farming Stock raising or gardening purposes shall be assessed at the same value As such lands would be assessed if unimproved but in the Case of lands improved for other purposes the value of such improvements shall he added to the assessments of such the improvement on the lands Iii question Here Are not of the nature mentioned above. They consist i take it altogether of Hie Survey into streets lanes blocks and lots and the staking out of tin Saint upon the ground. How much these improvements have added to the value of Tho property it is difficult to say. The Only tiling that can he said with certainty is that the Survey had enabled the owners during the last four years to sell some 125 lots representing about one twelfth of the Quarter Section. For $12,500.00, an average of $100.00 a lot. The assessment is ten dollars a lot. Which on the basis of assessment in Vogue throughout the municipality would represent a value of $50.00 a lot As i said at the hearing i do not think this is a Case where one should eel through intemperance or other he astute to find reasons for lowering Stone for the same purpose. Tile i -i-1 1. To whom til mgt ii lha value of the lots below one half of mansion is a particularly Fine one. The i causes Toi which the men themselves estate comprises 5,000 acres. I w Ere responsible. Russians still sweeping German attacks on Trench positions North of Hill 321 to Quot it a total enlistments i Ayre Aud the Oise w Here the germans attempted to approach Hie French i lines but were repulsed with hand grenades. Only bombardments vie j j Lent in the Region Northeast of Verdun j London. June 20 a i Czernowicz. Capital of bul runs Are Well on their was from that cite having captured j is. To the West Skowina. The Hus-1 shot Hod River. Rail was crosses of Kolski and along the where the Kovel Kovno the Stream the russian in Canada is now i i Over 340 000 my pm various Points along the River attacks have been partially repulsed by the 1 Pruth. Driving the austrians before them i German general von a forces. Bari june 20.�?three German attacks made last night on the French munitions Northwest of Hiu 321 were repulsed by the lire of the French and against the British positions near Neuville St. Yeast but intermittent elsewhere have taken place along the rest of the line in France and Belgium. A severe Battle Between the Austrum he inc guns. According to an offi Jaus anti iguana is in Progress on the Elal statement. J Setti common plateau to the West of asiago. On the various other sectors Southeast of Trent numerous austrian attacks have been repulsed. The italians report some Progress for their troops Northeast of asiago and the London june 20.�?on Hie front Iii capture of iou austrians Aud two a the germans Are heavily bombard Hie French positions in the neigh boyhood of Vaux. Cha Pitre and Chat Tau court. A it France Only one in fan try action too Chine guns Ottawa june 20.�?a total of 1,281 men enlisted in Ottawa military division Iii the month which ended on june 15th. Of this number 555 were enrolled in the last fortnight. Up wards of 35,0uu men have joined in this division since the War started. Recruiting of late has shown some tendency to diminish. The general situation however is satisfactory except that in some districts it is much better than others. Up to Date the total enlistment All Over the country is slightly Over 340.000 toward the Sereth River mid the Carpathian Mountain passes. Numerous prisoners have been captured by the russians in their drive and More guns machine guns ammunition Aud food stuffs have fallen into their hands. Heave fighting is still in Loci Progress to tile North in Galicia and vol Evnia. With the russians generally on the offensive but with the Austro hungarians it and the germans tenaciously battling in cd against their further Advance. In the Region South of the Privet Marsh according to Berlin while Northwest of Lutsk the Battle is going in favor of the germans. Petrograd admits the penetration of the russian lines by the austrians West of Lutsk near the town of Lokatch but says that later the russians retrieved this setback. The announcement of the fighting in this Region would indicate that the drive in vol Hynia has brought the russians to Ltd Witlin Twenty Miles of Vladimir a Lunsk. The head of the railway running North through Kovel. The prices which the appellants have been getting from Purchase the for similar lots. Under All the circumstances surrounding the Case and Iii View of tile difficulty in fixing precise values for lands which the owners and those who have bought from them have evidently considered fitted for higher Pur poses than those of agriculture i do not feel inclined to interfere with the assessment. I have tile less hesitancy about leaving it As it is because no reduction that f might make would in any Way affect the amount of taxes which the owners will have to pay. Under Section 119 of the assessment act Twenty five cents is the minimum tax on any parcel of land and As the rate of taxation Iii Cornwallis was Only fifteen Mills on the Dollar in 1915 and it May he confidently assumed will not be More than Twenty five Mills in 1916 the assessment of ten dollars per lot will not involve a higher tax than the statutory minimum. I dismiss the a peals and make no order As to costs except that one of the deposits paid by the two appellants 2.5u. Be retained in each Case that is $5.ou in All the balance of the deposits will be returned to the appellants. Berlin report Berlin june 20.�?German troops have broken the resistance of the russians it various Points Northwest of Lutsk and Are fighting their Way Forward. The War office announces

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