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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS -TUKSDAY, Al'KIL 6, 1920 PAGE SEVEN Tax Rate Forl920 Struck at 41.25 Mills, f.3, Supporters Three and One-Half Mill Increase Over Year Ago-f-Assess- ment-is Rate is Three.Mills School Increases Nearly Two Mills But Hospital Rate Lower Subject to ihe.court of revision, tho year, of 4.35 mills. For Separate city inin'rate has been str'uck. This .School taxpayers the Increase Is will exclusive o( tho government j mills. J. tupplomentarj: revenue text of '1 mills, The estimates ihia year are for that 4L16 will.be the iollljsinn.o! IRRIGATION BONOS Q ARE SALEABLE In conflict with lie stale-' ment of AlherUTs premlsr in regard to ibe state ol the mar- ket for tbc acceptance of irri- gation bonds, an official ol Iba Ixilhbrldso Northern this morn- ing pointed out that several ir- couiparcd rlgatloa Issues iu the Unlle.J uunpmtu very acceptable lo Itinerary gary, obtained Ihe iijpresslou tbul Lctr.Dridjt did not deslro lo co-oper- ate anil ihrrrtore was not particular I >'helber thtt lo the cjx-j i Iremo couth.of iho ptovinra or not. it'up'pears that arrangements v.-ere- mde for ii visit the soulh and thai u change of boats sailing tm the Great i jj.iikos iuad.9 ll'necwiiirj1 lor'ihB vistt-j ._________ IJors to cnriail Ihcir slay iu the wlih tiie rfiuk that tbo south of tho 'J'hat Time I prorim-a will uotjie viewed by ILem. Those-liitufttiiled in this subject inl Have Heeil raid Soldiers LelbhrldEy. b't-lieve .that Ilia visitors] Dependents should ribt'bci allowed lo miss Ihe i ______ and southern' partiou. A visit tu the irri-5 of. this district should i Since the Patriotic offlco wus j y j ri> II galvU VI liua m ntujuiu Hoard of 1 rade 1 Tying Hest fco iheir itinerary on ac- opened in l.ethurldgc in September, To Change This count of tbo treat par. this district if {i7t.i01.CO has teen paid oul ______ I sure to play lu the future development jn this oily 10 those entitled to re- i of the wast in the- matter ot increased ecive suclt money. Upsides maintain- j 'Joard -Trade official? are trying j production. [lug an otfico for fivi- years--, best to have the itinerary of' Q Murmx-h. problem of the, of LelhhriuBe have, raised SJi.Ml.on IheJJrltish editors Include Ijctlibridse. of Trade, during his present for Ihe' Patriotic Fund. Krotu correspondence lii possession Kdmoniuu. in interests .vow (bat ibe office will bu rk'd men or men with dependents Will have uulil April at to draw from tiie fund. lu both cases payments will be cotuimleil so as lo Include dales.' MO'l-L WORM HITS COTTON CROPS IN TEXAS, LOUISIANA April ment of agriculture exoens say the reappearance- of tlie pink boll worm i" Texas and Louisiana presents the F-'uriJOie-- General (less Or.) Debouture Hdsplla! Llb'rury School U'ubilcl ESTIMATES Amount Add for Discount. 90.tftl.20 0.00 'i3S.3S5.3li ii.070.ss' 1 ;V'-.-V Total Levy -J251.940.2i; 37.910.50 V-' 7.236.00 i ?iSD.9IJ.lS 'I'otal Pn'jlic Total Hciarato School C'.ovtrnmint Buplcinontary Hovcnue 1919 TAX RATES CienciT.l Debcntiire library Hospital Srtioui (I'abllcl Sclioo! Aniuutit 2.JOO.OIJ S.S32.1JO 5423.C18.0S Add tor Discount liJ'l.M 1. 2 1 9.50 7.500.00 Total 97.55S.OS iSCT.oO 119.224.43 10.C15.IJO venl. Interesl. naiural resources, denarlmenl ft ir led. Of tho 300 cars rolling about 7o Hits 000 !iro billed through to Lothbrldgc i Grantinff Relief Too Urhlle other shipments are being made i _ 'to lladeod, Pinolier Clares- holm and Medicine Hat. .The govern- Thlj is' espeHnlly Inie in N'orlbc-m' nirat IB out lo buy all the hay It can j Alberl.i ar.d.the result .is lhal norlhurn sei, buVuvon.BO, Ibero farmer; arc' iif Itio mad .Bcramblc for ptivalo enlerprise in securing along vi-ith'the i'csl. Their cattle havo article aK what the .government now, wintered pretty well and :ts soon UK has purchased'is only a small, portion the pnow fs off Ihc ground .will be :ibie of what is needed in the neit couple lo secitrn a llvlnx on the prairies. Un- of mouths. Mr. Craig stales Ibat Ihero i til then tlicae fanners arc ready lo js plenty of good hay to be secured at pav any price for bay. Slough hay Is Jlmneaiiolis at lo per "ton1 selling for SCO a ton in Edmonton, which could be lalil down in Letli- hay is beim.1 hv bridge at a ton, and be ad- tha northivners at ?5S per ion f.o.b. vises groups of farmers and tbo large Cosldale. So that stories of ranchers who can swing the deals to tor liay have two sides. arrange to bring It from there. J. U. Shirjiek of L'pahlsle and other j 'fnR iast storm was very hard on dealers, including'those Iti Lethbridge tHO situation.'- yarinert who bad I have secured large supplies "i Wasli-1 hay saved up hoping to be Inglon b.iy which will to (0 gcf 'spring seeding "shortly. The price, of this, if free hcen .11 to Iheir fr'slcht. from lho line is secured, will to pull. Ihc winter, be under ?50 a ton.- l___' '-_'.____. I Ar for relief during the seeding per-, P.O. Box 538 FttEidence Phone 1697 CIVIC EMPLOYEES' UNION No. 70 list Drive IN BURGMAN'S MALI; On Friday Next Upri! Stii COMMENCING AT P.M.____________'' GOOD PRIZES REFRESHMENTS TICKETS 50c MRS. (NEE MISS ARNOLD) ORCHESTnA Irvl. lite seed grain agents of Ihe pro viiida! government now in the south will remain on the ground and such lallaf afi.may be necessary will be.pro1- lho needs of "the ycascm. NO r.eeJ for farmers growing pta- Iclo.wer the scarclly of hay.; No of any farms beins aban- by the owners (hronxli Ihe waul of a: Illlle relief until tbo crop Is all In. Th.cso were :the cheering mossagcE A rei-oi'voil dlstmco by the Tlerald from II. A. Craig, 'tlrpuly mlnisler of ncrlculturii. and 1 _1, f.re llje rosnlt of some agUallon in the] rn part of lho province over lho .1. lack-'of liny for sc.ing secdiiifi opern-' Mons nnd .thfl tieod of; I'lniltcr relief I In life of some families In lho dry BiUfo tlto ptatomcnl (lie other day of lion. Ituncnn Marshal! lhat llic hay j nituaiion Is really bad, nnd uijritii! far.] mers who can, to ucpecu on Lii'ii sovoriimcnt but to secure hay imsslblo. [hero fjeonty In have grown an impression that ibf' goverlinicnl .would bait no more bar1 to sell. A f-crarnblo bus rosttllod with the result. Ibat. somo farmers havo been pas'lltK aa'bigh aa ?70 a ton for tho IB-unnec- essary 13 shown by fuel'that the provincial government is btiying-hny wherever possible and at tfin present UIAC has abou( 300 cars rolling front LIBRARY GROWING The peak in the''vv'ny'of" cir- culation In'lbc fnonth ot March in the. public-library was reach- ciUiu.ithe'' ot 263 bonks In one number of hooka clrcui'alerf during tbe month was a dally aver- ago of 146. There v.'erc new subscribers. A .card..catalogue hat upeii iustaltcil,