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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OP LIVE LOCAL NEWS APRIL 19, 1920 LEJ'HBRIDGE. A.LBE1YTA, PAGE SEVEN EUWONE The Tale of a Ford Cil.v Council Recedes Good News That it Will Not Be 3 JNIills .The supplementary revenue will not be. two mills this year but one mill! This'was inade clear In a com- munication recelred by the clly coun- ell from Deputy Minister Lamb, and read aV the regular meeting on Mon- day. OIXON TO SPEAK HERE F. J. Dlxon, M .L: A., of Win- nipeg labor fame, will apeak In tha Miner's- llall, .North Lelhbrldge, next Monday night.' Word to this affect bee a received by the lecratary of the local Trades and Labor Council.' Although his subject has not been announced, it In expected be'wiU'deal wild recent trial of labor leaders in Winnipeg.. He Way also touch on soma matters of organlia- tlon of labor. Farmers Making Personal Calls ..on Labor Bureau Secure Men In; his letter Mr. Lamb slated that the legislative, assembly, under date, April amended the revenue tax-to as to prorlde (hn levy of 1920 lo be made at tha rate of .ona mill on each dollar of -tbo assessed .value of all rateable land within tho municipal boundaries, pro- Tided, howerer, that the minimum this rcg8nl (he circular reads: "It amount at levy on any lot or .assess-; haB tjBOIl brought-to the notice of the 10 cents.. 'Bother central office that dry bleached-bones have a considerable value In car lo'.s. There Is a considerable uuantlty words, the city Is to proceed with the levy for 1920 oii precisely the eamo lines as provided for 1919. i o! these bones lying out on the prairie The amendments to tho act also pro- which only need "gathering up. Leeali Tide- for a report to the department In drought areas, might club .together In the year 1920 and-before the irtall- to gather and make up a carload. The notices of assessment of central that they are the total value of the land-worth per twenty ton car, any In the municipality. station in Southern Alberta, cash DlscuM Waterway! when loaded.-. In view of the Importance o! the i "Locals wishing to take advantage Canadian Deep Waterways In regard of this opportunity might write Mr. to the west the mayor will call to-! A. R. Shea, 'Milk.-River, Alta., (or fur- the past week; condition; at the- -provincial in I.elh- bridge showed improvement. tendent Long worth xvaa ftble to supply more nien, ninety-nine being sent out to permanent positions. Eighty-sir ap- plications wero-recelved and-at pres- ent there arc a largo number of vacan- cies registered at the Tmreau. Farmers are now starling to pay personal vis its -to the office, instead of trusting io correspondence. Jlany o! them, in loiters sent In previously, offered seventy-five dollars a month for -help and when, they have had a chaECD to learn the situation from the labor office through u visit nave in- creased their offer to eighty-five. Seven men were gVon casual labor during the week und in the women's department seven applications were received and all were filled. Resides this, five casual jobs filled. slowly along 6th St. Sunday night In oae ot Henry's products, a young ccuple sudden- ly found that tho slow-moving en- glue in front of them was not w.orking enough to overcome the mud. This wes brought forc- ibly- to attention when the said source of locomotion fell asleep. ,The man in the parly tried vain- ly to induce the LJzile to go. It refused.- Ho talked nice to It for a while. Then he talked ilfce a fathw, but still If refused to go. Eventually it moved a That >vas when a street car added ItB weight to of lan- guage. No one was hurt. IOGBJ1LS Motor Roads and Belter Rail- way CoBseclIons Likely to Be Discussed New Irrigation Council Chairman Coming Soon _ Word Is odnK -waited on from the of Great Palls re- garding the proposal of the members o! the Leihbrldie Boarx! of Trado to j visit ile: Montane ctty on May 2 in tou.tlv with the proposal in Letnbridge feel eure that the trip will materialize. Efforts are being made i to interest soaia Calgary business men in the trip. 1 The purpose 0? this 1s to bavo i L. C. Xorlhcrn have put into effect a policy of pure-basins .13 much material aa possible in Ixithbrlnge and in outfit-- ting these parties tho bulk of the money WXUB in the hands of Leth- bn'dge- merchants. Only a few artl- i cles wero unobtainable here. In the U C. Charlosworth, newly appoint-! matter of food supplies they will .be, Churlesworth to Hold Round-Table Discussion on Survey Parties at Work purchased in the nearest to scene of operations. i! mm round-table, discussion on a number lot subjects of vital Interest to Leth- 'bridge and Great Fails, and (he ter- Whatever ls ed chairman of the Irrigation Council of the province, it is expected Ui Leth- within a few days for a round- table with the members o! the of trustees tr! the Lelh- bridge Northern Inrigat'on District. This was announced this morning by Secrelary Dunning ot tha Lothbrldgo Xortheni. All mumoers o! the board of trus- tees are pleased with the appointment o[ .Mr. Charlesworth and expect to have a valuable session with him when nr.n-_ he arrives. Tho entire question of Government. Handled 6b 11 matters relating lo Named District Commissioner H. Booth I''. is Assistant Reorganization of the Boy Scouts of the clly has been effected during the p'ast tew days with the appplnt- SUpt. Pennefather o! il.C. M.P. as, district commissioner. Tho I appointment was made by Mr. Justico ritories trlbtrtary to them. l-cthbridiTB does In tho matter hri bri to affect Calgary. pleasant under- t standing will result. The fact that Mr. Charlesworth is. an engineer adds much to his value in this position, tho gcther the same commliteo which .-le- ther Information., Mr, Shea, is a mem- TdHiv on Al w f.l n ff cided upou the questionralres for'Mr. ber of Energetic Local No. 210, which, ilncrease ioflay on AI-, Walsh of tie Supreme Court of Al Ponton to dlstuss the matter further. Compensation Act The 'commissioners are In a quan- dary- as to tho full meaning of tho Workmen's _ Compensation- Act in Its application to the city. They arc not clear Bs-tn whether the assessment rnadcion the only to ac- cidents that take place among the city employees or is in (he nature of a general fund for the "whole province. as to the application of tha fund for compensation wero raised in that tho city.was assessed for the sum of beyond Us payroll with the amount of the. assessment for the Quarter named nt ?1100. It was re- Kolveil to write for full particulars as to the bearing of the act. In respect to a communication froin the commissioner of public iwyks ra providing for sewer connection and plumbing and reimbursing Iho city by an annual ell the charter..tloe.s not give.the council tho to.put tte sam'o into effect and that.the matter be.referred to the board health with the recom- mendation that they take steps to ob- tain these powers from the legislature for the city, or Lethbrldge. s Ice Cream A resolution from the board of health that tho city council draw up a" bylaw requiring that Ice cream be not ma'tle of a poorer finality Ihim sterilized milk was referred to tlie city solicitor. The question of moving tho Child we understand, has made up several shipments.'3 most All Traf- fic is Very Heavy Is commissioner for province. the Supt. Pcnnefalher informs the Her- In'correspondeiica betweea the Hel- ena Commercial Club and 4he beth- irldge Trade it was pro- posed that.the two organltatlons get together on We subject of- belter train service between the centres. Quicker work at the border is another matter about. trustees feel. The two parties of surveyors for the district left Lethbridge this afte. noon by motor for their respective camps. Each party consists ot twelve men and Is accompanied bv one horse- drawn vehicle. E.' VETERAN DIES ON TRAIN Provincial Employees Get 28 Per Official Word of Ittlere' A new botius'scheine, .dating from April 1st, for- in tho em- ploy of tho Alberta government, "i go Into effect.' Under.the scheme and business recovery of Greal Britain. 'All ocean" brats are axl I cargoes of freight' fts well as pas- mum year. W-! Censers. The increase Is particularly; married'persons will" be paid at the' notsceaWe in the ot rate of ?120 per year up to Last' boca.llse boats were year the bonus per wcsl with llttle ln for single men and per mouth forj 110'a3- HBVpIvSTOKE, B. C., April 19 Thomas a returned soldier, aid that he had named T. H. Booth as about 27 years of age, died on the C. Ocean rates, going east and we4rh's assistant, and a new interest In P. R. train No.. 3 this morning, be- have been.increased ten percent, scont-affairs In the city is espected tween Donald Beavermouth. Pa- increase takes effect today, according I tg result from the move. pers on Indicated he had been to information received Gordon, z. N.-Skouson.Vho has been acting j working at Kingston, Ont., and that ticket agent the C. P. K> This In-, commlssipner for the Lethhridge' he had sisters at Ottawa and" Inker- crease applies on tho C.f.R., [roops, has been named as conimis-: man, OnL He was ticketed through i Anchor-Donaldson mid White EionerV of- the district lying south of to the body is being 'Star lines. -'-I Lefhbrliige. held'here, Traffic this year bas 'been i ______________ tlonally heavy qnd toookingG nave been" made for saliings as far ahead as Iho middle ot the summer. -At present j boats are beiug