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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SSSBin DAILY AND WCtKLY �_I- J Proprietors and Publlaheri ^HELETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-'INQ COMPANY, LIMITED 7 eth Straet South, Lathbrtda* ' W. A. Buchanan FresMent:Bnd Managing Diraotor ^oltn Torrance - � Builnsss Managsr TELEPHONES tualn�aa Offlea .......... Pdlterlal Qfflca ......."> 12S2 1S24 ; "Subicrlptlbn Ratj��: D^ly. delivered per week...... .15 DaUy, delirered, per year ......J(-60 Biilly, by man. per year ......J5.00 W�eWy. by mall, per year Weekly, by mall^ per year to U;S;.�2.00 Dates ot expiry ot aubaorlptlona appear dallv on address label. Aocept-ande ot papers after expiraUon date is auUiorlty to conUnue the subscription. our tOAN TO SOLDIERS � iAnB ITS PURPOSES The'soldiers': land settlement act ^ ^0 tar. as loans are'iconcemed.'^does not lUidt^a^aoldler to' homestead - land only." It ihe purchases'.an .Improved �(lanttorjwlld land, the loan ot |S500 tla avsiUable. This has sot been tbor-bushlyv'nnderstood, but a- reading ot tha^OLCtimakea it clear. ThWLand Settlement Board may loan ttae'money^ to a soldier for any ; it the (following purposes: : (a) The acquirinig ot-luid tor^^gri-j^t^l�purpo8eV,v - .f. i ' . t^js;'y.'(l>) The payment ot incumbrancas lands i!pnd CHXSlPIOl?, tWc. ll.-*-Two more new caaes of .Qie.'flu occurred taerit laat week-end; young ma^ named Fisher, ;trtfi|[k [ffy country, and v Mr.� qeorite Roo|iii.;Both are doing wali;v betaig miId;^:"aM�a. During the hu^^ tew day* thWra^liite been no cases r^ ported Mther:''lii to wn or the cduntrjr-Id the .towha An either Side ot ua.lt has agilB' ItmilFen out wone than ever, ao we iii'iffepared for aome re-, curience. '*'; , The houia Allied by Mr. Sam TTI' rich, that mu^qaed for a hospital, la being r^qovated, and will be occupied by Mr, J, A, McGregor ia a fewdays. The school' reopened on Monday, December 9, atter being clcuied for seven weeks, with about 50 per cent attendance. , Th� vacamcy on i3i9: staff, oaused by. the resignation of Miss k. liowe. 'i lias V been' filled by Miss Ruby Tfatenpson, ot Calgary. The new sch'ooljttoms will be ready for occupation at New Year'e. The church also reopened on Sunday last, with big-congregations both at- Yale and ^Champion. The services for next Sunday /Will he at Blusson school at 2.30 p.m., and Champion at 7.30 p.m. A number of new chairs are being put into ttie church to, accommodate the growing congregation. ' ,  ' Preparations for the Christmas tree and entertainment to be held at Mark's hall on December 19th are und.er way, and a good program is being prepared. 'Red Croas Notes By sale of masluh- Drug 9tore............|1?.00 The^Oolnmbla Jleoord.says that the Kaiat fi^Tbe Henlilsaatisfled.that the city edmmisMoners want to avoid serloiis financial trouble tor Lethbridge in'the: ;(utnTe In their attempt to Qnd iiew| i^^dfe&ods di.Wsink revenue. The needs tie money) undoubtedly. HlM4wJU tara>u^,40;aaTe , 'If^^i onr^tVBlnpBs as cIUmm to f^�u|>.a^cii^-yto..aaTa .ourMji^'iMw.' bei Heralil. tiaii>,]toti;ltMlUt�d to^eritl-Buthd (SmnniMloaera >�bra jt\they,,were}4iu�uiii|g. an'?^irlBe v^^iMfi^^^iro TefOiie^the-j^^^ and admit that tibe commissioners, are honestly �aeUngya aolntlon ^at twill save the taxpayers tARnaVclne ^(ate later on. With them we agree l^^^lhat it Is nnwlse to delay action. IV Many citizens are inquisitive about itha'^roposed taxation and its neces-v;Bity. The Herald wants to enlighten :l]iem and the commissioners are willing to answer all questions. Therefore .bare a proposal to main. Let who are seriously in^rested plvlo i^ffalrs and who desire mat-^^irs concerning civic finances and tax-|fi^?�tlun cleared up, submit qnestlons to fthe Herald and we wiU have theni ftuaweni. We will open a question |:H|idrairer-and the iirst-instalment of lji4�M^'^^'^i>d answers -jviU appear on |'jj|ljtnrday. Probably a'litUe ahoddlng |ir :;|i^aight'in' this way-will remove doubts \, ud fears. 'uble with the war: game ^raa'fbatvlt ran into extra innings and Germany-, bad''no relief pitcher or pln�fliihlttens.; -' : � the meantime, would It not. show a more favorable disposition toward the city administration and would it not benefit tlie community more if you were to offer some suggestions as to how the tax question should be solved, Instead of inserting such an article without any comment on \your part, as that in your issue of the 8th under the heading "Caught, on. the ?ly.".\ . : V It is not difficult to see how \the saperficial observer might' come to snch conclusions as that article quoted. 13.66 SisBon's store............... 28.20 Clover's Garage ............^ 3.46 C. P. B. Depot.............- 2.00 Total from sale of masks...$63.06 Free air box: at Clover's, Garage .................... 2.21 Names on quilt..............50 1 button ,.;...;'........>..... -.26 On hand .....V,-............ -06 'Honorary pi^tident--Hon. k, 3. Mc ' Proa)dentV-Thos. B. Ilend'enion. , FIrtt :vltafl-presldent-'C. G.'Mahon: 't Second vlce-presideiltr-J. Ko'sS, ' ' OlMotora'iB^eB0tt were Tisi' on-this unprofitable property ?to the torstat the'pafaoiuKaTt'or a few dan, point where-it will pay-the taxes im- - --^x,. ----- posed. By this means some of the burden will he taki^n off �th'e ehouldqrsi ^tja of the improved prt^erty owne'fsT i*ui^_- r�,t Vfc-t i____1.'�' improved property owners, T^e|. rirst,>^t Mai^ is a_ staunch, ^jjl^jj otherwise, they will sooner or '^Smadla%-second, ihat^riio >aa^doing later have to b^ar, because once this -varar' weg dn: i'the >''movie" -buainess, ^ank yp,u,^an^ 'third,;4li^t':jsie^' f:6po:jcpnivtuiicationfOf AUm'^ofviVaUie'" to the enemy, ii^^was: not In the interests Allies etaoold be known. It was 4tru�',tbai the Navy had swept clear of German ships. But ie^4iad been done the block-ijot have beeja by. any 'etteotive aa :it had been. (,2 without i^t^e, jBenfiorship ---------.....-----, says. "OOf need for a great navy comes next (orher's and we shoifld have the sec-bnd-navy'ln the world. Similarly France needs greater military strength than wo do. but we should have all our young men trained to arms, on |.he general ;JlneB of the Swiss system. The 'freedom of the seas' Is a phrase tbfit may mean anything or nothing^ to be interpreted as Germany interprets. Thertj must be no interpretation of the phrase that would; pre: vent the British navy, in the event of any future/ war, from repeating the tremendous service it has rendered in this war. T^e British must, of course, keep the colonies they have conquei--ed."\ ^ conceded to-be one ot the fairest taxes there are. � ; . Why should some people 'earning good salaries and not paying-any other taxes, enjoy the benefits /of his home t9wn or citj at the expense of others? '  The object of including everyone In the income tax is not for the purpose of obtaining any considerable, tax from the ordinary wage earner or moderate salaried man, but i't is'for the purpose of simplifying the enforcement of the tax. If ever^rone has to pay something, .no matter how small^ there is not Jhe difficulty of lindlng out who should'pay rand who should not. You might have'stated in regard to this tax had'you'wished to do so that the tax imposed-would b.e on a sliding scale, according to a man's- ability to pay, and that It Is the intention -to make 'the tax^'SO' light-on the man earning a small - salary,, that it would not be a 'burden, ,and that unless his income tax 'exceeds hlS' regular tax h6 would not pay any income tax. , As regards the increase of waterlwid Electric light, it Is simply anothefr way ^f spreading uniformly a load _that must be borne by our citizen^ "The tax. question- is,a:sore subject, particularly in this country whore such extravagant expenditures have been made. But the best was^ never too good for the people of the west, when i most ot our debts were contracted. We now have to pay the bill and tliere is no use hollering about it. It should also be borne in mind that in nearly all cases of large expenditures the peoiijof sanctioned ^ the exr pendlture, whether wisely'or not is not tt^e question. The/fact is this, that your council haa no .say in'80%^ of /the annual expenditure today, tbis^ being what is known as fixed charges and is uacontro]ila ' Mr. Lud Alcock,' the local . police magistrate, announces , the .^ale- of two head ot cattle at the livery barn,' Champion, onisaturday, December 14, at 2 p.m. sharp. ' k- The epidemic of sales bas stmok Champion, - which may'be' proved-, by visiting almost any of^ the lodal stores. All are reporting good business. : ! The resumption ot-thereKular train service last we6k is provinc a boon to tho local travellins-public A very pleasant house partr held ini: honor ot Ptei '>Ross Maynard' at his home, east of town, on Wednesday last, and the twenty , bdd guests report an enjoyable time, v: Young Louis LaHonte, who 'hai been staying with Mr. and Mus. Frank Smith for the last fs^ months, ileft for his old home, near Los Angeles, on Monday night. Nomlnstiona The annual ifaeeting for nomination of candidates for the vlllace'council was held on Monday evening, December 9, at Mark's hall, when five nominations were effectedi ;>Un!ess two of ithat nunlber withdravr before'.:to-night, there wilt he ' an election:: on Monday next. The nominees' are. Messrs. Frank Cooper, J. N. Beau-bier, J; L. Harper, G. A. Manhardt, G. McLean, Wff al-er'fortunate-; In having 60 many good, clean, public-spirited citizens to choose from; and no mistake can be made in electing any of the ones nominated. -The-Rev. L. T. Cook was called to military headquarters, Calgary, today to wind up his military affairs. TABER (From The Taber Times.) Hon. A. G. McKay, minister; .of health for Alberta, will address meetings in connecUon with the vTaber Municipal Hospital as tollo^vs: Barnwell, Dec. 16, at 7.30 p.m.; Taber. BcHool!^ Dec. 17, at 2 p.m.; Grassy Lake," Dec. 17, at 8 p.ni; Every rate-p'ayer should attend-'Uiese-'meetlngs and hear the hospltail iichemtir: ex-plained and discussed. i � Xia Wednesday afternoon the town hall was the scene of a very pleas-' Ing event. J. A. Lecker/ on b^jialf of a number ot the citizens, pr^ji^nt: ed a purse containing $136 to Chief; Faulds and Constable Bedell, in ^ap' preciatlon of the splendid services these gentlemen Jbad rendered -during the epidemic of influenca. Biitta tbe chief and constable worked tbrough-out the epidemic in a manner whidi met with the enthusiastic aipprpval ot the cltitens, generally, and arp well worthy of this expression of apprisclf-tlon. N ' ^ '/The skating rink idea j originated a few weeks ago among tt|e Jt^yn'.Pt the fJigh school is J^qcpiqipf wnw^ thing of a reality. Some ptbeTfi liaTe become enthused with the vssme desire, and a rink will be in .actual existence as soon as it 1$ cold enough to produce ice. ;(,- ;,The adjourned annual meeting.,9! the' Taber Curling .Club.^Llmltpd;^ W*9 Held in. the'coDirfm ^hitmlierUkt Wednesday evening, and Oie'follojv-iax ofjticen tot the �iwuiiu-7�U JKIirt' Rev. R. G. Blundell has resigned as li>astor of Medicine Hat Baptist church to become city probation officer. . Honry James, superintendent of the mine rescue station at Coleman, bas gone to the Coast to reside. The Bank of Commerce has bought a vacant lot alongside the Cypress club in Medicine Hat for $6000. Robt Thompson, ot Calgary, will become principal ot Coleman' school on Jan. 1. Th3 esti^te of the late Gawthra>!Mu-lock, of Toronto, is'estlmated-to rdach fifteen millions. . William Clark, axrwarden of Lincoln county and ex-Reeve of -GHmSby Is dead. ^ � . � John.T. .^undell, who retired last October from the position ot general superintendent of the'Ontario lines ot the GiPiR,. after' 32 years: in the- ser-viceiof the company, was the recipient of a glf tot silver irom the jOf fleers ana staff of the Ontario district. ' � r- 1: Tt''. ", ,v-,f.- ; j;-,.'; ; The London Daily ^'ailcan give, greater pleasure and pride tbMi �(kxlepbona)\..i...,..>>R�l^ Two Foik-Songs of Llttl* RiiWIa .... .,i., �lu*lc Clang ths.Forge .....^.... .1...h..'.! da OergMn Hlndustan-^Pox Tret .....>..'.......;...>- SmMifa.e^ N' Everything-Fox Trot---Bmillllii O. Deepl River (with Orphsua Qt) .. (.....Aid* Ave Maria (Schubsrt-Wllh'slm) VIsHn ..... Hsl^ *n*e nome or the vrcTMtV tvEnv sTjrittiyHtyMict- BALMORAL BLOCK^ ft^TH STREET, LETHBRIDQB 1 number of love lettar? whtoh she. declared'Judge Flnehout had written to her. �(Ten thousand ..new -members ,.,ha've joined the United Farmers of Ontario since the bl'gvdeputatlon .went to Otta- lon anestion,' treasurer of the United Farmerk! of Ontario, ptates. "In the province ot Ontario we have 616 piUtad Farmers' Olubs, with a toUl memberiihlp of'i26,-000," added Mr. MoiTisoii. If^tW^housand'^famiUei^elosed^iireiaf homes this winter, ttiey would^gtytlvel t [train loads of cokt, pf forty c$iti eaclCfm ^ >me.r \ihosewho must stay *t- . I Vou, who hav^ by your.owp industry ac isufficient means to allow you to J convenienee and hsrdsMP' pf aseyarf .vrtetfrl -and every additional wiqtfr^ia bftrdar/.tM I (bear artd.tells more ssvcrely^n^/ytidhrf|) .4"�l*l!tr?''ouldr " p ^ , Spend fhgWiilfillg i InTthe PadOc NortnlviiC ^ British Qolumbiu, Washia^oni ank dttgotSi^ t ftsaslag^poiat, wiiar* tunra an p^oerap^rts; lii' HOW MANY; YARDS op 8ILKINE ARE IN OUR-SHOW WIND0W7 Rylands & Oo;'are giving away a 'Fur Coat worth $150.00 Free for �'the nearest estimate. Also three otl)or valuable prizes. A coupon ^^itta.evfry s^le of ^1.00 or over. ;