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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBUIDGE i�GRO CONFESSES TO SEVERAL CRiaiES , 'Ea�t tlverpool, Ohio, Feb. 12.- -itV ''"'^^ big pottery V" A plant*, murdered a watchman mid called the death of another per> ' '(} son, WM the confession made , .1- here last .night by Willi* Pyne,'a 1 negro, Pync was arrestBd while ' , ' hidlno iri'a'pfatit hire. Fearing .mpb. violence ag-iinst the prisoner, officers rushed Pyne to Llabphi.p.hio, where he is confined in jail. Authorities say that .> pyne refused to tell why he fired the plants' or why he committed I the murder. " For Home Made Candy CROWmSND Fine for Taffy aod Fudge. Sold in2,5, 10,20 lb. tins and Perfect Seal Quart Jars. Write for (rc� Cook Book. m ejiKtu sTuu ca. iKinn. MONTREAL. " > 4 ABOLISH PATRONAGE � > SYSTEM ? > Otlawa. Vob; U,-.Announce- ? : ment that a now civil senMce ? ? a ? session, is made In n report of ? tho suh-conimlttcc' of thi- "pi'tvy > coVuicU given out by Sir Kob- > ert Bonlon toniRht. This mpnns thp egtensiou of the principles > of the prnncnt civH sprvico- net ff to the ontslrJc service, the iiclop-tlon of tho merit system and > the nbolitinn of piitronage in * connecLloii with the ni.ikiiig of appbintmcnls, ? '>*�* "* : * n>' wl'o ore now n.>t paying direct : i,o\^snpplylng ainnltnba and uvei .MuVsden vs. the Toronto 6encral  taxes to the city's upkeep. MnyoV Triist.s is the next case. . The case ot A. F. Scott vs. L. L. Harris, an action for (lamagcs for alleged � wrongful prosecution, comes up Thursday and Is a jury casa. Other .cases on the docket to be heard at-this silting are: Taylor vs. tho B. C. Trust Co., Lulich v.-i. the Kranco-Canadinn Collieries, Ed. Van Doni v.�. Ch.is. Fellger, ullenatiou of affect ions; Toltou vs. Annable; Merchants Uank vs.* D. J. Whitney, and Wooil vs. the Hudson's Bay Co. et al, a stated cnse based on the legality of ^Magistrate Elton's judgment in suspending sentence lu thg recent, cases for infractions ot the Inland Revenue Act, whereby it is necessary i ' to affix revenue stamps to all patent; ^ medicines: ' ; .j. Cases set over till the next court'.j. Include Vnlon Bank vs. Knight. C. E. i .j, Stover vl. R. F. Gold, aud Hannah 1.;. Thorsel! vs. H. Thorsell. Cases set-!.;. tied out of court are Johnson vs. Han-' .j. son, Mason vs. C. P. R.. Cook vs. T�y-1 .j. lor and Strong and Dowler vs. C. G.: to the right to possession of tho N. \V. � quarter ot 23-13-19 \V4, has been trans-1 --ferred to Calgary, where it will be \ heard next month. District Court District court is also In session today "vvith His Honor Judge Jackson pre.sidlng. The case ot Bow island Trading Co. vs. Straine was the firs case and involved payment for a beli supplied Traine several yeiW's ago when he was the owner ot a threshing outfit. Following are the othe^ cases set down: Large Debt. Steuble vs. Pakkila; Minion vs;. 'Can. Pacific Ry.; Judd vs. Ogilvie Flour Co.; Kendrick .vs. Thaell; Ross vs. Ross; Huff vs. O'Xeil. Small Debt. Koialamko vs. Slamku: Bower and Adams vs. Rygg; Tropical Oil Co., vs. Graham. Culgnry, Feb. 12.-flraut 'Hall, general mnnnKcr of Western C. P. 11, I lines, and Sir August Nn'utonr cupre-Mcntlng the Dominion War Dofonao hoard, Bpcn,l nlPot M(uiday in conference with tho mftiura of thla district, discussing tho question ot production, No ofClclttl atntetnonl WHS given out by tho vlsllors nnd the oporntors wore very reticent In giving information. It in understood that the nicuting was ! resfiectinE the supply of con! to west-nrn Canada and the western Vnited Slates. At present the United Stnes getting oft sent free. ' .... � , - The commissioners intimated a do-sire to "feel the pul.'.c of the people," on tho proposed income tux plan. ONTARIO.HAS BIG SURPLUS Toronto, Feb. i'.'.-lu Introducing the fourth "war budget" of Ontario in the legislature this afternoon, Hon. T. \V. .McGar-ry. provincial trea.^urer, reviewed the three previous budgets of the province and'said: "It is rather gratifying, to point out that in the la.st three years we have a surplus to our credit amonntingn to $3,157,-75l.;!6." _ ;� > : : : : j. : : : ? : ^� : % .>: ? ? M^KE YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOW. SEE THE .Wlt*OOWS AT "THE BAY." I USE"GASGAIiETS"FOR LIVER AND BOILS WHEN. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY � "ESTABLISHEb SIX YEARS ^ T AVe kttbw our way around the country ns well as' you know the wliy from your otiico to your hoiiio. Try us. ; PHONE 1206 Just Arrived, at Palace Livery, Lethbridge 30- Big Mares and Horses Some in matched teams weighing from 1200, to 1700 IfTs. All young and sound and Well broke and in good shape. Ko reasonable offer refused and will gire two weeks' free trial. A. F. Gormley When Bilious, Headachy, Sick, Sour Stomach,jBad Breath, Bad Colds. for PROPOSE CIVIC i Get a 10-cent uor. Take a Cascaret ^tonight to cleanse . your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, arid ' you will surely feel Krcat by,morning. | You men and women who have head- , ache, coated tongu^,- a bad �ol,d, nrn | bilious, nervous, up^^t,-bothered with \ ; a sick, gassy,, disordered stomach, or i j have backache and feel all woni out. \ j Are you keeping your bowels clean  with Cascarets-or merely forcing a [ passageway every few days with salts, i cathartic pills or castor oil? , Cascarets iinmediajtely clean.ae and Hardie estimated th.-it the income tax: [Scs'teS^'nrrefm^^^^^ would bring in '^^^O^^^^l^, 'iXlt. take ThTfxceX ^ro^ n\mu ^, ^Ptauo"anil O.rgan Repairer; �0 years' factory 'experlenco. honours Certitlunte M.T. Aasn., London, England. Rcfcroncia to tho leading uiuaicianir of tito oity. Vhono lien 1263^6tli-,AVe; A. South. ~ ' _ Pr.lVATt HOSPITALS PRIVATE UOSPITAU-'MRS. VA.N Uaarlom's PriTai* Hospital and Maternity Homo. 1334 7iit Avenua South; Phone 740. ^ THE ,CAVISL.L HOSPITAL. �- FOR maternity cases'; and all sickness excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. S. Hulylg. 316 l4th St, S. Phone 739. EDUCATIONAL QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411:1th St South, Lethbridgs Day ana'ivonint �btrooL Shorthand,, Typewndug, Uookkeeplnft ' and all Obinmerciai SubJoctB. Office Phone 131& Resldepoii Phone or Principal 1531. White (or full lalormatibn. , SHOE REPAIRING SHOE " KEPAIRlNti-Phono 1717 tor your shoe, repalrs.t Work done tfomptly.'.Orders called tor ani*. de-TTverod. Kriinlt Miles, SI 1 4th Ave. South. WELDING OXY-ACETYLENIS WELDING - w. Kuth, corner 1st Avcnuo and 10th Street. MEDICAL, ____ bWfORi^rBlCSPnT " 1114 'rhii'd Avbnub South OrflcB hours.......1-:i p.m. 7-8 p.m. Simrtays............ j.... 2-'3 p.m. And by appointment. Tolephono ll!r):i DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIE-son-Oftloo, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Oflico 319 j Residence 619. Office hours: 11. to 33 a.m.; l^O_to 3.39; 7 to 8 p.m. . � Bit. TAYLOR-Bar. Bye, NoVo and Throat; 115 SlieVlock BMg. OtIIca hours 10-12; 2-6; bvening* by appointment Phones: Oftica 341; Rt� ^Idence G93. . ' MK. iCwr ttJLLllR, ' J-HYSTcTAN nnd Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block cppoaite Starland Theatre, rooms fi to 4. Ofhco hourii: 11 to 12 a.m.: 1.30 to 2,30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 ^p.in. Phones:.Of flue JSO; Rnaldenco 420, _ �thSt.J.. PhoJ% 1494. HR, J. B. CbVBRrNO, Physlca'.n and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, l-o and 7-9. Telephone _dny and night 1242. 290-0 UU. G. \V. l.iEl'iCH, M.D., CM., Pliysl-uian nnd Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phone 389. Hesl-denco 1111 6lh Avenue. Phone 1007. Office houi-B: 11 to I^.IB; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 td 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3,00. DOCTOR MAllTlONY-iAt tjardsion. Plutalclan and Surgeon. Accouchour. Office in tl\e Wood iVhd Woolt Block. Phone Day and Nlglit 18B. Olllce also In' Cardston Pharmacy. Phone day 3. 36-0 DENTAL DR. M. J. aiBSON-DENTIST QRAD. Bate of Royal College of DentalSur. geons Toronto atiil holder ot a T>om' mioa Dehtal Cartincato. : Office: roon)?. 5-8 Bryan Block: Phone 1071. UNDCRTAKINO TAX 1^ 1= OTT'S 1^...... Da'y.Phone 1448, Night phone 787 ^tJTO LIVEKY a year. This would rate about five wanted. Might Not Work City Assessor Aleecli was inclined to from bowels. Remember, a Cascaret tonight will | straighten you out by morning. A 10- ; doubt the workability of the income j,ent box from your druggist AUCTION SALE of On THURSDAY^ IFeb. 14 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN 30 HEAD OF MARES AND GELDINGS, FROM 2 T0.9.YEARS ' OLD, 1200 TO 1600 LBS. ALSO SOME SINGLE DRIVERS. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH.'Auctloneer GEO. H. LEGLER Nanton, Alberta^ and ' \ K ' G. P. DPARDORFF tax. -' He said Ontario cities had tried it and had never been able to collect tiiore than about CO cents per capita. At tills rate, Lethbridge would collect only about ?6,000 which' Is a mere flea-bite. However, ho also pointed out that a special commission ot Winnipeg citizens had studied the income tax proposal for that city with the result that they suggested the income tax plan. So Lethbridge is not going at it blindjy. In Winnipeg the proposed plan U that the first $1000 income after the exempted,** portion should pay one per cent, and the percentage gradually incrSltsed until $1^2,-000 Is readied, where six' per cent is charged. i Will Study Situation. Just how corporations woUld be affected by this tax the. council has not' decided. In fact they are hazy about the whole plan, but thiy are going to study it and to that end they passeA the following resolution: That the city clerk be instructed to get copies of the Ontario Assessment Act and the Winnipeg Commis-1 sion's report on income tax so that the council may study plans with a view to applying an Income tas In.this city." . .'^ The Income tax as suggeated will hit everybody, but the (.'ouncil's Idea 1.4 that many^salarled men in the jr)ng k4* tractor cylinders, andfRtinpf:, oversize pistons and ring!);.: o?r, avelin stock at ptese^tt', i, pistons for all populiifei of gas tractors,! vv>'', . -For sale dates,, pjjone 1053 or 20S Rural. . Yours for business, ; ' LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. The Veterans AUT CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBEULE . PHONE 1858 iliil . ,WIII sell tooether In the Lethbridge;. ' - ' district. Write,: wire or see " , ,Q, R, D^ardorff, Bo>{ 650, Lethbrlc^flc. FARM LANDS .',V' ot the HudaoD'o ^ay Coppoay and Calgary and IdBoatoa Laal Co. ^    , , CITY AND PAflM MORTaAdlS The H. Macbeth ^ WE WANTFURS^ ^ Muskrats & Coyotes ^ Open,to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A fur,q6. Rear C.P.R. Tef^graph Ofrieey References: Standard Banlr Office Phone '709 Residence l^'hono.326 '/i ACCbUNTANTS  Phone 1B19. P.O. Box SOQ Henderson; REip and' PATEB30N Chartered Accountants,',' ^  Audits, ;ifivestifl[atlbns, Etc. SPECIAL-riES,, Municipal, Lumtier; .Mining./ Manufacturing,'Wholesale and Retail Accountlno Acadia Building, T^ird yVv�., S. Lethbridge ij^LLlNGTON alios.-THE DEC orators^ Paporhangors and Painters Kalsomining, General- Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbridge: Res. Phono 1472 ;j office phone l'*52, Sherlock Bldg, Leth bridge. Alta. . w. ISMERY, PAINTI&'g, ~tlBCORAT-ing. Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, etc. Best materials.only iwed for ;ill v,-ork. Estimates willingly given. 936 9th Street-S. Phone 33S. PAINTING A.VD PAPERHANGING - Wo are competent to do all kinds ot j)aintlng from outsldki work to finest decorating. We specialize on couur �try .school and churches. Lowest estimates, tiargest.- stock of wall �paper In city," Watch 1'6? yellow automobile. W, R. Bi'o>vn, 313 0th Ave. A. s. Phone,720. In Lothbridgo 20 years.  ' WATER LOQATOh WATER LOCATED-I CAN LOCATR water for you. Charges reasonable T. L.T)ayles. Nobleford. / . 97-0 DrATSpankie M.D., C. M. EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIAl-IST. Office rpoms. 121-132 Now P. Burns Building, Corner Stb A�a aud 2nd St.East, Calgary. ' Office Phone M2848 , Residence Phono M2077 Interne ur.d Uo.tae Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Bar,^Nose.and. Throat Hospltal, Now York CRy,' Specialist to CalQary School Board . ' 374-21 DRAYING Of All Ktiiih ' WcsternTr^nsfcrCo. *�lee~C. P. R. (Freight Slied* PHONES Offle..........1161 StabUt ........ lOM DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER � I ' GEO. WILLIAMS ^618 Oth Street 9. Phone 1072 COAL, C.O.D, ifLIGHJ AND HEAVY HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D, CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros, 406 Sth St. S,- Phono 438 DONT :^F^ THE WHEN YOU H^VE A JOB TO OFKER J.RJD1IVER DOAROOff TRADE OB ' J.F.RITCHIE OEC'Y VETERANS' CLU9 DANC^NC .AHSS GLADYS ATTREE will recoin-inencc her dancing classes on Thursday tiext, at the y. U. C. A. liali room, classical aTad fancy dancing for children and adults. - List of"^ -classes: Every Thursday-Ballet and Fancy Dancing at 4.30: Boys and girls of High School at S o'clock; ndult ballroom dances at 0 o'clock. Every Friday-Dancing and. Deportment for girls and boya at 4.30; classical dancing and technique for adults at ?p'cloelc. Private lessons by appointment, Phd^e 1695. EYES TESTED J.MHEHDERSOH SIGHt SPECIE 1ST Dtfficult c.isei ,1 Specialty Oflm- ..I Wnijlil ^ J-wrllir� 'itoif ttuar^ I U 1 o I 2 (1. / to *. r .in CLEANING ANaOV^NQ ITiB VACWf-aP^6i^uaT3 is French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of injury to gar-, ments. Only the highest olaaa work 1-jrncd out No. dyeing. Immediate atontion is glTAt to cou>|try orders. 824 6th .Street South,' Phorio ^S12.^ LOO SAM-Cieauing;, rproBBlng,, Ri-pairing and alteratiohs well done at reasonable price�/',We call' for and dbllver goods. 410'j6tl>! Street Soutk. Piione 634. V LEE WING, tho Tailor. Cleaning; pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 7th St. S. Phono 1010. 286-2t, ELECTRICAL ;^NGINEER ' U, 0. McBLVBA, ASSOp. A, I. B. E,; ' Elflctrtcal Engineaj: aaid < Contraotor,: makes a speoialty of wiring country' bom^a and luatalllng lighting plant*.' . ConsuItaUons on all kinds ot elec-* trioal work, 1204 4t)iAva. B. Phone; ' IMS. 216-1; ELECTRICAL ^SUPPLIES ~ANO ALL KINDS Of, lUlfr TRiCAL WO�Ik. W.Ii. McKeuzle &f Co. f HONC air 71� |rd Ay*. S. 19 ;