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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ? 1TESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1918 THE Lr>/laMI3GF, DAILY 1IKRALD For Raising Revenue-Information Gathered as To What Other Places are Doing Mayor Hurdle 1b considering the'wis. dum of withdrawing all conterapluled plans for raising additional revenue by taxation for one year. Tliis, in effect, he state'rt to the Herald tlili morning. In the meantime various plans will life considered, information will be gaHicrod as to what other cities urn riding, and: die back taxes will bo clpaned up. This will put the cjty in a'position.'to canvass Its wholo tax situation very carefully, and if now I axes are needed, as the mayor de-omres, there will bo time to educate the people.to that idea, t ' ' Spread Them Over More Commissioner Yorath of Saskatoon. Iirh presented the city council of that city similar recommendations to those, put forward by Mayor Hardie. His idea Is that the burden of the taxes should be spread over a greater proportion of "the people. He also suggested the raising of the assessment on buildings from 2."> per cent to 10 per cent. Prepare For Tax Sale Meantime the city hall staff is preparing for the tax sale of 1914 and 1915. The first advertisement will appear about the first week of-April and (ho sale will be held on June.' 17th. There arn about $300,oflo taxes outstanding lor theso two years and of tlieae about $240.0(10 wlll.be involved in the sale. The difference betweon Hie two amounts ia due to tbii'fact that soldiers' property is protected until one year after the end of the war. Protect Soldiers Tn connection with the- soldiers' tax arrears n rather difficult question has been put. up to City Solicitor Bull. There are many pieces of property In (ho city in which civilians and soldiers hold partnership interests. TJio moratorium protects the soldiers' interest In the land from being Bold for the tax arrears. Does (his protect the civilian's interest. JVJr. Ball is inclined to think it. does, but Mayor Hardie thinks this would be very unfar. Mr. Ball s expected to give his ruling on the question in two. or three days. MILADI (. .j .> � � f .> � � � hear complaint, re pulpwood RATES Ottawa, Feb. 18.-The railway board will hold a sitting here tomorrow to hear the complaint of the bake Superior Paper Corn puny and the Spanish River Pulp and Paper Company, -with! regard to (',. P. 11, rates on pulpwood from Sturgeon Falls and Espanola to points in the United States. The states more directly affected are Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and parts of Pennsylvania and New York. refuses appointment lleginu, Feb. LS.-According to. authentic information given mill'today Went. Col. j: A. Cross. D.S.O., has refused the appointment of cmumand-ing officer of Military District No. 12. In confirmation of this a prominent military officer here received a cablegram from Col. Cross on Saturday saying: "Am' not coming home.'' Mrs. II. Parker, of BunleU, bus returned home after spending u couple of days In town on business. >* + � Mrs. (I. K. Harmon has been confined to the house, through illness, for the past month. Mr. Archie for Vulcan. .Morris is leaving today Helen, the Ijltle ilauglrter of -Mr. mid Mrs. K. Lcighton, is to he operated on today for mastoid in the Gall hospital.    ('apt. ('. P. Pin'gle, M.P.P., or Modi-1 cine Hat, has received a wire from ! Toronto from Hon. C. It. Milchell, stal- ; ling that Mrs. Mitchell's condition is. unchanged and the doctors give no en-: ' couragement. i  �  I Mr. A. B. (.'.a.'ining is in town and ho ' land his wife (nee Ml.=s Lucille Ki.-li-j'storm). are going to live on the Dallas last, night at the honi' .>r Mrs. (!. f. | Heath. .1502 (Ith Ave. S A very pleas-, ant social evening v.a- siieiit. Miss I Voiing gave u piano .-(do and Miss ! (Jalvin and Alius Mc( orinh k several j delightful vocal numo't-; ; The Thistle Sewing r'.nU will meet at ' Mrs. Andrews, 11!74 vh Ave. A. S., ! Wednesday afternoon, i'.>r Red Cross' ! sewing. ; I * * > I The Sir Alexander C.d: chapier I.O. | D.E.. will hold their animal meeting In :  Hie Mason's hall Frklav * * Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Daine of ' Coaldale, have just returned from a i two months' visit to the eastern States, i ' * *  I Mr. and Mrs. George Cudoba and j Miss Dorothy, have returned to Frank , after spending the week end at the j home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sinclair.  �  i I Mrs. John Burnett of Foremost, is j visiting in the city for a few weeks, and is the guest of Mrs. .lames Moodie. I + * * ! A letter was received from Gunner . .lames Moodie and he wishes to ex-i press his gratitude and thanks to the ; United church Bible, class for the par-, eel sent to him. i ... Mfss Lilyan Schweitzer spent the week-end in Calgary the guest of Miss L. Marshall. ; Canadian women will be interested ! at hearing that Bessie .1. McKenna, I-until recently assistant inspector at i the food controller's office and George ! Hamblaton, Canadian Press representative at Ottawa, were married Saturday at the home of the bride trt St. Thomas, Out. In recognition of Mrs. Hainbleton's' work in the food control she has been honored with the degree of Fellow of Political Science of Toronto University. She is the first Canadian woman thus honored. High Grade American Dentistry ex-in EVERY NATION cells the other some particular science, art or industry. America has always held the lead in the science and practice of. Dentistry. In the best American colleges we received our training. To this we have added eighteen years of practical experience. Dentistry as we practise it is an exact science, a constructive art and industry and remember also, Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Brunei*, Richards and Nelson Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA , CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMOWTON OFFICE--3 CRISTALL BLOCK  * ? churches AND societies ? *' + * : * : ? >* * : : > > : * > * The Daughters and Maids of England will meet tomorrow night (Wednesday), in the S.O.K-. hall at 8 o'clock. All members are asked to make a special effort to attend this meeting. ... * At the People's Korum on Sunday last the musical numbers were a piano selection by Mr. Whittaker and a vocal duet, "Autumn Song." Mendelssohn, bv Mr. A. II. Smith and Mr. Leo M. Coombs. ^ . .  The Next-oT-Kin hail a very pleasant social evening In the G.W.V. rooms Monday night. Though, the thermometer registered '2~ degrees below zero, about a hundred members turned out. There were songs, gramophone selections and very enjoyable readings from some of the members. All had a happy time. \ The fcrtnightly musical cliib met ulliLii! ElAVt A K) OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR, SOFT, GLOSSY, WAVY Small Bottle Destroys Dandruff and Doubles Beauty of Your Hair. Within ten minutes after an pDedication of Uiiiideiine you can not find a single trace of dandruff- or falling hair and your sculp will not itch, but what will please you most will be afler a few, week' use, when you see" new hair, fine ami downy at, first-yes- but really new hair-growing all over the. scalp. A little TJanderine immediately doubles (ho beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, faded, brittle, afid scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through yoAr hair, taking one amnli strand at a lime. The effect is amazing-your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance; an Incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance. Get. a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet, counter, and prove that your Ualr is lis pretty and sofU as any-that. It has been neglected or injured by caie-less treatment-that's all-you surely can have beautiful hair and Ujts of It if you will just try a littbj Binderlne. -Advertisement. i .Vow God be thanked wiii lias matched us with His hour. (And caught our youth ami wakened us i from sleeping: ' With hand made sure. - lear eye, and i sharpened power, | To turn as swimmers into cleanness; j leaping, I (Had from a world grown olil and cold ; and weary, ' , i Leave the sick hearts Hiai honor could i j not move, : And half men and their dirty songs and dreary, j And all the little emptiness of love! 'oh, we who have known shame, we ! have found release there. ! Where there is no ill. no grief, but ! sleep has mending, i Naught broken save this body, lost, j but breath; 1 I Nothing to ahake the lutighing heart's ; long peace there j But only agony, and tha; lias ending; j And the worst friend and enemy is but : Death. : | -Rupert Brooke, (died on the Dar- j I danelles expedition). j i ! | Rupert Brooke will live in fame aft 1 I an almost mythical figure. Among all ' who have been poets and died young,! | It is hard \o think of one who both in ; life and death has so typified the ideal radiance of youth and uoefry Thus  wrote Prof. Gilbert Murray on hearing of Rupert Brooke's death iu the Dardanelles expedition. . Winston Clftircliill wrote: "Rupert j Brooke.is dead. A telegram front the ! admiral at Leinnos tells us that this I life has closed at the tfinmeiit when :\.' \ seemed to have reached its spring- i j time." I ! During th6 last few months of his | life, months of preparation in gallant i comradeship and open air, the soldier j poet told with all the simple force of genius, the sorrow of youth about to die and the sure triumphant consolations of a sincere and valiant, spirit. He expected to die; he Wlfn willing to l die for the dear England"'whose beauty and majesty he knew: and he advanced towards the brink iu perfect seren- j ity, with absolute conviction of the ! rightness.of his country's cause and a heart devoid of hate for his fellowinen. ; Regarding Infant Mortality Not All Births Are Registered That the figures given by Mrs. .Me-! Kinney, M.L.A., in her address here on Sunday in connection with the social Service campaign convey the wrong i impression as to the infant 'mortality 1 Jn Lethbridge was the statement made to the Herald this morning by ;j local j physician, and in his opinion the correct figures would place Lethbridge well up with the. other cities. The fig- : ures used by the lady legislator were ' quite correct, the doctor admitted, so [ far as the vital statistics did not reveal thetrue situation. All deaths are , of course recorded, this being abso- , lutely necessary. Hut all births are . not registered. The law requires it but it is not compulsory with the re- ; suit, that many births are never recorded. Some or the doctors take no Iron- ! hie to report births. Then again, es- | pecially in ihe No. :> and No. fi dis- i trlcts there are often births where the ' doctors are never called into attendance. The result is that the percent- : age. of infant deaths to the total re-! corded by the registrar of vital statis-j tics is higher than the actual figures,! thus putting Lethbridge in an impro- | per light. Under the present plan of i registering vital statistics the truth ' about Lethbridge s inJant mortality | rate can never he arrived at Correctly. ; RUSSELMTES ARE ARRESTED, TORONTO Toronto, Feb. 18.-W. C. Douglas and four other alleged elders of the International Bible Students' Association, the pastor Russell cult, were arraigned in police court here today charged with having In their possession literature prohibited under the War Measures Act in having 4,500 copies of "The Finished Mystery." They were remanded until February 25 on bail of $2,000 each. UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 55-6 will grant increase Winnipeg, Feb. 18. -The increase in wages of 2 to 3 centH an hour demanded t�y employees of the Winnine* Street Railway Company likely will' bu framed. >tr< HERE is a rich, nourishing and economical food beverage. FRY'S Cocoa possesses to the full that very desirable "spirit of cocoa" which scientists call "theobromine"- a maker of brain and nerve force, with no unpleasant after effects. Next time you are "extra tired" just try a cup of FRY'S. See how it will refresh and strengthen you. 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