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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta AOC TWO THE TUESDAY, AUGUfcT 11, Ittt. Daily Herald .stating him ia the face'is the Duke The petty ways in which'the land- of Portland who is among the wealth iest men in the United. Kingdom. Hun dreds of -years ugo, his forefather, by the name of cazne over fioiu are endeavoring to turn public opinion against the Chancellor and J his' "budget are ridiculous and con- temptible and should be beneath the Establishtd IM7 Published by the Daily Herald Print- ing .Co., Ltd.; every lawful evening office, Round St., Lethbridge, :Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Manaemg Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one Daily, six mouths, delivered three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three, months, by mail Addresses changed as often sired, but both new and old must be given. WEEKLY 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 Holland one of the favorites of j dignity of a Britisher. Here is a William 111 who made him a pie of this pettiness, j viscount and earl in quick and At a. meeting of the Cheshire Agri- made him corresponding grants of t cultural Society at Qhester, the sec- j land. i rotary read the following letter from the Karl of Haddington "Arderne Hall, Tarporley, July 31. Dear beg to enclose herewith cheque for in payment of my According to the last official re-urn of the land owners of the United dorri, published in 1873, his grace The Duke of Portland, then. ounwd IPS.-1 199 acres-of land at a gross estimate j subscription to the Cheshire rental of excluding his v..ryf tural Society, valuable London estates. Owiair to recent legislation 1 find was also the patron of eleven Church j 'hut I must reduce the amount of livings. as de- question .published every Wednesday -in eight pagea, and contains a summary of Ac-cording to the returns in j principal subscriptions, and the duke owns .ac'vsvi afraid that I may have to. reduce that to the Cheshire Agricultural Society three guineas in the Haddington." The landlords are declining to help ad-in Notts, this practically eiuorn-ing j'Welbeck Abbey, the gross estimated j rental being given at or a i faithfully. he world's news of the week, local and foreign. One year, in j-.- Bis months, ia advance months, is-advance .'.......50 estimated rental THE DAILY HERALD tS cu sale at the following places: 'coins-hire at the Sane. J. G. Robertson Co., J. D.. Higinhoiham Co., j _ J.J.Johnston. Dukl' "f Portli-l "i> Co.. R. W. Hani- the most virulent opponents of ilton. trifle over 8s. 9d. per .ic-vc of the most valuable and fehih' IwJs i charities, churches, public entertain- jn the Midlands. His '40 acres in Derbv.sliire. trtv-? of which i- g.'v-.'f and 874 acres in 11 i oi uimuceior Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L. al in the .McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co J.. Stafford. Fernie, B. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, Atchison L. Heiuecke. Grassy Tughain. Sow F., Werts. fact that th budget is to take twenty per cent ear That a bov smgei should re- brought down by the Chan-'l d ineieas" such an enormous salary is a ;of 'the Exchequer as a dcelai-1 ciy that thcj will be ruined ib notable in the theatrical iv-atibn; of-war ori them and an .attempt i the cry that raised jand operatic large sal- wrest from them' theiriyeais ago when the corn laws w-eie anes are not uncommon In spite of and privileges Md but the results show that his extreme jouth Wilfred -was en.- them financially.. The audacitj lands line in to at t-he Julian TTalker of plain, cbmnioiier who has work- manv time- -ince that t mi up froin the laziks to dare! These men art no: such business niiititers concerning they mak- exccllait among fifty art- .-Jnterests is something that is lness power jears to increment, of the value of! nevei their the burden jcomo is a inattei ot conjecture, but un that such, rare soprano oices as that possessed by "Canada's greatest boy soprano" do j not usually endure long ond the present ag-e. :These proprietors put on a i a, tliej would make out and j .g .Tb_ and say that the burden j1; inst( dcl of away to cowardly Tonto of courM) has t ie t have been circunibtajices arise but what the the taxation on the. poor -who pay adjust lumself to them and orosper those'lands one way'or The taxation nf the unearned mcie- a'nother might be reduced? I merit of then land i> not such a lad thire a-, tliej w ould make out and it 771RT( Aft (if D'JTTinn- .T- f tnxa'ti-on on them is so heavy that teaT y: cannot carrj- it They claim tliat ftoulc] exercist- .the budget, reduces the value of their Business pouucal pu-judice, they powwbcd most bo, the ordinary common fir John Bull per'- ceint. .of course, is a-ruinoue tax In his budget. Mr." Lloyd-George jprondes taxation of the un- earned increment of the value of the lands held under lease to the extent of twenty per cent. If improvements v'are made on the property this tax is no.t applicable to of the, land held by these laud owners are j leased for long terms of years and in- proportion of buildings er- ected on the land by ...tlie owners of the land is very small comparatively speaking. When these leases expire j or are transferred, the value of the 'land comes i-n for consideration and j as the value of the land has increas- j the irenutls correspondingly in-j It is this increase of value, by the produced the. tenants either living on thej or on similar property ad-j joining, that Lloj-d-George proposes! tax to the extent of twenty perj of tMs unearned" increment. In -a now famous speech .-it Lime-] 'liouse the'Chancellor spoke of a notor-! ious case of the tinparned increment j of of the Duke ot Westminster's land disclosed by the transferring of! "a lease. Regarding this, Gorriiige.' -Mr. Lloyd-George was accused! by the Duke of Westminster and by I London Times with quibbling on i question of ground rents and'with I not proving his ease. j To both these charges Mr. Lloyd-j George promptly replied. Regarding i the former, he says that those doubt-1- ing his statement may consult the! Joint Stock Companies' Register at j Somerset House, where "they will j'.' find pap ers showing that till 1903 Mr. Gorringe sold his lease-1' and business to a company, the] Duke of Westminster had been re-J ceiving in ground rents from the and thatilllic Justly been credited there would bc much eiiticisrn of the budget singers It is younger than that of tite.average boy of his mouth being partic- ularly childfsh; His eyes not a lit tit of spimutdity m them Really An Attempt To Assassinate the 607 7-Roomed House on London Road near Westminster cash Will handle property. this choice Hospital Sunday September Stli DR., W. QALBRAITH-Phjiieuii Burgeoa, Accoucher. Hourn- 9 a.m., 8-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Bed path 8t. Phone 65. DOCTORS MEWBURM AND OCAMi -Redpatb Street. Hours-Before a.m., 2.3. Mc.NALLY_Offi Stafford Tally Modern. Every Convenience Well Located s Very Easy Terms of Pay- ment. Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block TYPEWRffER SUPPLIES v y Ribbons for all machines Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from Copying Paper, ream from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to SI 40 Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO Just arrived at Stock Yards dares and Geldings fl J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbndc-e THE EPICURE'S DELIGHT If i light beer, sparkling, good to tdoie, arid leaving a clear head in the morning The name "Al- berta's Pride "beeris synonymous with he most complimentary terms yon can dpply to any table or family beverage. We wish you'd get acquainted with ''Al- berta's Pride beer and it's title to your regard The Lethbridge. Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. OK. J. E. Surgeon Accoucner, Oddfellow, Block. Hours-Till 9 a.m.. n to 3 to 5 7 to 6. Thone, day i0tt night, 342. Ear, Nose and Block. Hours-9.30-12 a.m., Dm "-S p.m. v MUSir LEGAL Bank, Block. Whbndge Al THE SWAK. AHMED premises a total sum which d not exceed per annum, and that the new arrangemanU compris- ed (I) a new ground rent of annum for the site of the old pre- .mises; ('2) a separate ground rent of annum K-r the site of four (3) a cash-.-fine of in respect whole trans'- action: rncl (-i) an undertaking to remodel a part of the premises nt 'a' cos: of "I am. Mr. Lloyd-George continues, that prospectus issued by 'Predeiiek Gorringe, in July, 1903, the words 'The preini.M-.s now in ororpation of will b-? leased at a rental of ono per annum Cbein-r per an- num more than the rent now paid by I have nothing to