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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MfiK TWF.t.VE THE LEnmninr.p HKTUUX DKCKMB15R 17, 11M1I IN AUDIT REPOKI Not Liquid Assets So Some Bor-; rowing Musi Be Done Against Them Tn his preface 10 lha 1915 audin Friday, Dw. 25th. Here is a chance or everybody to help la a most rorthy 'work. During the war there i as no city tn Canada that could sur- us In twrn-TTorr. H is confident- y expected that tuch a band of work- ers will volunteer from the churches, women's organizations, and clubs as 111 mafce easy work, satisfactory worfc, and quick work of this new task.- Tha Rotary Club will organize the districts, provide tho cards, appoint and generally supervise the work, but they require and eipect the enthusiastic 'support of parents, teach- ers and all who realise the importance of work among the growing toys and girls of our community. Hereafter when distinguished visit- ors come our way ws shall be able not only to show them our resources in field and mine but to tell them of our wealth in life. Much more ought to be done for the coming citiiens of our Pand. This is felt by all the organizations that havo (he welfare of tha youcij at can only be dene by a concerted ef- fort and hence the proposed clly sur- vey. Tha Rotary Club will reccire the in- formation, tabulate it, publish it. and see that it reaches (he churches and tnjtltuilontf wow cngased In ork among the you UK The Local Cooncll of Women will gel behind Uio tnoroment and this insures success. Let all help and tuu will be Hght and easy. Kemember the date of the proposed Dec U. S. NEWSPRINT SITUATION BAO WASHINGTON1. L. PacX, president of the American Forestry Association, In a formal stale- JUMP CHICAGO THEATRE PRICKS NEW YEAR'S EVE CHICAGO, Doc. lending Chicago theatres tolay announced an locreaso in prlco of tickets for tho New Year's Kvo performanres from ment today urged the passage of '.c: JIl.OO, ircludlng war tax. Tlw Polodeiter bill providing for a sur-1 others will ralsw ndnileslons from vey of Ihe pulp woo j tlmberlands in ihe northwest a view to reliev- ing (he newsprint situation, "Erery publisher In tho country." he said, "ehould pot behind thU mean- ure, for It will nionn roleaslnR 'he strangle hold In uo-ivainlut situallou has them. Hundreds of the smaller papers have had to go out of business cu account of tho In- crease In the cost of payer." otnprs to 16.60, Prospective of wine suppers at cafes and mslaurants oa the last day of tuo year with tl-j consequence of amusoment seekcrj turning to tho theatres was tho rea- son ascribed for Iho change in prices. Silks valued at J5Q.OOO aud the truck ibat carried them were stolen at New York in broad daylight when the driv- er went away for a moment. large part of these taiea will fall to the city through delinquency of tax payment. Financing of this kind has and the day is not far distent when the city will have to ask tho Government to let the "city issue debentures to cover the moneys pait over ta tho School Board In eieess o collections. This will make Increase In the tax rate of 1 1-2 to 2 mills the time cornea for pay meul of interest and sinking fund on this TIBW debt. By the many imposi- of ilia Government the mill rate today La Increased several mills over what It might be, 1 am not presenting this as a pro- test against tho Provincial Govern- ment's actions but to show the diffi- culty !n financing under prevailing conditions, for if the Commissioners did cut out every cent they actually controlled, which Is Impossible, be- cause the people even demand more spending Instead of less, tliey could not reduce the present tar rate 5 mllli. heart, and the first step 15 to ascer- tain the size of ouv constituency. This CURLING The games test night took on more the nature of slugging matches as ie Ice was pretty heavy. One thlr- en-enti game butween Bill Nelaon nd Donald Duff was the feature, Jacfc of Taber, was.up and ptnyed K. D. Johnston in a club fixture. he Boyd and McNabb rtnhs turned tbelr third straight vrina. Scores: Boyd 14, AIrd T. McNabb 10, 'Stewart o. lifanioch 9, K. D- Johnston S. Duff S, Kelson 7. Shepbnrd 10, Hamilton a If the Ice Is fit the double draw will e played tonight. The draws, 7 aod prompt: P.M Crawford va- Dr. Taylor. Clark TS. Hamilton. Boyd T5. Macleod, Skeith 75. Fox. Carberry ?s. Peat, HeEd TB. Mirra. McXeniie TS. Paries. McN'atib Ta, Scott. Simpson TS. LiTie. is, Davidson. The united national campaign, an inter-church forward movement, in- cluding the Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist and Anglican churches of ada, are tn one united effort Becking to engage every church, erery family, and erery individual in some step In Chrhtlan service. We need It spiritually, we need the Inspiration that will come to us Irom this nulled effort, the way ig open, shall we go up and possess" the -land 3 The attack will open tonight in Wes- ley church at S o'clock when Rev. Robert Pearson, provincial or- ganzer and Her. C. C. McLaurta, aup- tirlntendent of Baptist Cal- gary, will set before the people of Lethbridgo and district the objects and purposes of this united task. We trust there will be a large repre- enlation from all the churches taking art in this Forward Movement prcs- nt at the opening of tho Campaign onlghL More than tons of ice- re manufactured annually in the PILLS Those Available Cost Are Urged To Stay Away PAUTS, Dec. la uselejs to look an apartment al less than francs a year, home hunters are Informed by one of the largest rent- InK agencies In Paris, "Paris Is eays the Presse de Paris. In warning people away from the city. ihli on all sldea. It is impossible to find not only two rooniR and a kitchen, but a place In the auto bus or seat In a restaurant, theatre or movie, "And tho writer concludes, "all you who thfnk of coming to Paris, stay at home. The world's tavern now j be.og a palace, receives none but, mil- lionaires. CUMMINS BILL DELAYED