Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, 1'KKUUARY 20, TUK LKTlinRinGE DAILY IIEHAJUD FIVE Something different! LUXis the very essence of the finest soap, in flakes. Its use adds to the life of woollens, flannels, filmy laces and all dainty fabrics. dissolves readily in hot and breaks into a foamy, cream-like lather which cannot injure the finest garments or the smoothest hands. It coaxes rather than forces the dirt out of clothes and adds a new note of refinement to wash-day work. LUX softens the hardest water mjike.H the bath a luxury and tlie gjianipoo .'t delight. Sold everywhere at 10 cents. Sample to Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto. Made In Canuda. THE FORTUNE HUNTERS IN SIX PARTS STARLAND MONDAY Edmonton, Alia., Full. ad-1 qualification. Shamlro, who is ;1 Lib- tlrcas in reply to ihe snecch fron) the- cral and the fitst liullienian Lo sil in throne at the opening of (he liousp iiic local liotisc, will be a can- nc.vl; wcclr ivil] niovod ]jv IL J.-diilatc. Vdontgomeiy, Llic ncwly-elecU'il mem-1 -----------------_.__ Wctaskiwiii, anil seconded ITliitpsiilcV of Coronation- A' writ was i.ssuod today for bye-clcc- ICARRAN2A-EVACUATES CAPITAL lion in Wlutford, niatie vacant by the unseating oi.thr. KiUini; jiieinbcr, An- drew Shundro. "In the supreme court, several weeks Justice Llyndman lioMi uni-Ralcd and djsrtn.ilificd Shan- Kl Paso. Tex., Fen. Ob- rcgon, ihe Garranza commander, has evacuated Mexico City, according to advices received in Juarez from tlie south. It was said that the troops i ilro, but loday the supicmc court en General Kanala hud occupied the caii lianc reversed the jiidgnic-iit fov dis- ital. Blue Ribbon i Coffee and Baking Powder Ask for Blue Ribbon products and sec that your uealer gives them. AH Blue Ribbon floods are guaranteed to aatlafy. If otherwise you may rslurn them. Blue Ribbon Coffees and Bak- Jng Powder ace the beat on the mar- ket or they couldn't be sold with so strong a guarantee. CQN'nNl'ftU J-'KO.V KltfhN'T could IK- JoJml lu pay the only us lui-y ciuiii! iu. This tin; city lias doiii-, and Hit' cmmeil says they can- lltfi llu JIlOII'. lu il, SHU US, du anything you cuu'L nou out o[ a is tltf city's HOl'ND TUP' "We liuve uccn around the said Mr. Davidson. "Uf have been to our Hi the city, this dlv lias hci'ii lu its hunk, ami we have nll '.L- I'1'1 youTp.munl, and we art i now face tho j'lrnjHisilioii i oi clotting i lit1. Ki'hools ;J tin; end uf j the iiio.'illi, unless KouiethiiiK is done ,tl oiifC.1'1 NKKI) .Mr. MtiKillop nointeil out, that IIIHI would Iji; needed until LJu; taxes I'iiiuc in, anil that was li'il lo square up the aenmnlK already due. The iiuimial irnlning and Lie science classes will he closrul- at; oiti'e, so that some expense will lief saved. i I .Mr. 1-lijriiiiiolhnin said ihaL a ol Slfi.lMjU liail already made! JUNK'S T'OSITION j Ci. It. Tinning local oil i I'niuii llaiik, ir.udi1 an expli'iiuiiuii 'of Ilin position. The ivas available, he .said, aL once. H! iho on-rdrafl cuiild he wipu.l! jljiil'iF il wui'ltl mil. be liquidated 'any other it musL conic out oij UKLII, Mi Uiat yiU.UOO would be R'lL iijr ilie miming tiie schools Inn I the remainder nf llic vrar. "Il is sim-j ply a riiuittT of fa: llir rurr-. Kind he. "I ihat tlis- Linctly understood." JCK1TICIS.H LA'.IUST, SAVS WANACilCll I Mr. Tinning thought iliat Ihen-i'iii- 1 ciKiii levelled at Lfn; bank was not I justified. "TliL'SL- deficits ai'e ocfiirnn i repeat (idly, and it is u. disadvantage! lo all concerned Lo petinit il lo Inn. Instead ;i Sl'i.uun ovrnlraltj jtliiu year, there would In: a STO.OOti; fivcnlraft, as we won'l get-mort; than i per ni tlie (axw this year, j I is reasonablt; on l.he lace ot ii. j UiaL- a stop Im.s to l.v; made some-' Mr." Davidson "The deletion' knew that llic board could nc-i pro vide for tlm overdraft, so tlie offer is piacLicaliy useless The city simply .cannot make the guarantee. The Hankj 01" Alniitrcal will not allow (lie citvi to assume th? obligations of the: school board. They cannot pav school' taxes out 01 fiaiiS.' ol 3IoiiLreal uioncyj JoaiK'il for city use." Mi. Davidson' addc-il that- this wouhl be. lu the (lank .Montreal helping out' Llje Lin on Jlan'n, l-.Mt Tinning1 could not see il that way. j Hi- said (hat tho bank ilid not rc-[ quire thai no 'inrlhrr money should ure.l, other Limn thn, but thatl I hi: should not Iso for i the sbuuld provide, for ad-i diLional if-it was necessary. 1 UP TO Till-: CITV SAY It ivas conccusug nf opinion among the bankers that llic whole situation was one which the city .should xolve, in one IV.TV or another. II they didn't have the money, they had the power to get it. The issue of treasury notes on delinquent taxes taxes came in for some discussion, but! it was not looked upon with much' favor. The notes would only be col-! lateral lor a rurl-hct loan, and would) not: permanently alter the situation. Mr, Tiutiinfc' r-hougltt ihv hoard' should find out whether, they couhi) dispoau oi such notes before it wenli to the additional expcnwe of obtain- ing the legislation necessary to IHSUUI them. j HAWKS '.VG.VT SHARE DEBT Mr. made the suggestion j thai llic obligation be Hprcail ouli amonif (fie various batiks, tiach o.icf assuming ot t-hu over-draft. Then j the hoard could late advantage of Union bank i The arrciirK rjj" taxes could be np-! plied proportionately, as they camel in. -Mr. Scatie thought this plan workable, and ]je was supported by Hryinner, who r-n to Sny city, hut the board thought, it Ihat it wouldn't alter the situation, ''one every thing and as the debt would merely be divided. The taxes would he applicable Hurry Home For A Cup. The wholesomely vigorous flavor of Cowan's Perfec- tion Cocoa satisfies per- fectly the "outdoor" appe- genial warmth of frozen ltimatum .should bn presented to the' that ths quickest vuiy to bring on the _rr_____ is was to vote to close the schools, on the loan, which it and this was (tone after the hankers should lie. A ten per cent, reduction had anjonrnrd, i-x the estimates would not bo fl very Those prcteiu were II. A. McKil-l .strong inducement for the banks to lop, chairman of the .board J. U. CONTINUED FROM FRONTPAGE take the responsibility. It wasn't a IJiginliotliaw, n. It. Davidson, K. business proposition. I .Icon Scott II Flpclwuod lhe t-01'hln 'ocai cor.iLnnsned ror Mr. Wallaco then made the nHerna- W. A. Hamilton. G..K-. man- Pointing conslitution in nccept- tivc proposition that the Onion Bank agcc of the Union banlc J. M. a contract at 50 cenia a Ion, in- carry tlie overdraft, and the other ken, manager of the Royal Commis- G0 ccnLE- banks loan each, with n first sioner A- SI. Grace; W. U. SeaVlp.f claim on the 1915 taxes. Mr. King manager oi the Imperial; n. T.! 1 bought that would he putting it up lirymhcr, manager of t-hu Dank oil The question of faking active str.ps lo the banks to finance the city's un- Commerce K. Johnston, manager I for organizing .the workers in the paid laves, and "where is it going of the Molson's (T. H. Harmon, man- DruzsiJielk-j mines liisciissnl. It end ]je asked. ajrpi- Of the Bank of Montreal was ec--isidered of the greatest im- To suppcsLions. that the cil-y be D. King, nianapr-r of the Hank, of pqrtance thai the should 'orcert into pay.icnt oi the tlie tax- Nova Scotia G. F. Utctclier, ma li- es, Hie memher.s1 of the school board ager the Standard, nnd Mr. Kt-n- wcre not inclined favorably. All were nedy, manager of the Merchants Bank, nierested together, and if the aclicol Of all the bankers present, not one tonrd was uareri for at tlie expense ol .could offer n SHRijcslion Ihat had not the city's credit, would be gain- already been out and found to ed i useless. The hoard passed mo- I-ton ol Dianas to Llicm, hOM-ever, for; i-Iieir intcicst and help. During thr, meeting Mr. McKiltop" Mt.it 3Iiss had ac-J tcptod a position in the dc-.m'btir sci- i position cnce depart men i of the Hrantiiord the Y.3I. scliooKs, and (Jiat the board had tic- affiliate llicmsplves tu District 18. li the workers were unorganized on .Mr.. gave the conventifta April 1st, and should il happen that an illuminating sketch of the history a strike becomes necessary in case ot lahor .organizations in the States the new agreement was not, accepted, vshich led up to the formation, of the they would lie a distinct menace to present T. Jr. IV. o[ A. SIICCRS.S of 1Iip .suuie. It was said; The speaker explained the attitude that, there was much dimeulty in ui- of the Intornational Board to general Rauizing the miners at- DrumhcllRr in sbrfkus, in the fact that min-. that numbers of them u'ere home-] cis in ihe states did not belonR to .the stearicrs, who only came into the organi7aLion, and half the now miiiDJi for tirtiiiR Over the winter, and "orfciiur could supply the normal con- coiiseqHoitlj- had HO interest in the sump1 ion oi coal OIL the American organization. continent, When every miner bclo'ngctl FRIDAY AFTERNOON SKSSIOX ui the organization "then only vould The afternoon session oM-lis miners; n general strike be effectual, yesterday was devoted to the bearing oi addresses from President Foster A gas range Iia.s heen combined with ;inii International Hoard Members a writing by an inventive Ncw Harlin, Wilkinson and Farrmgton. York ai'Lisl. The dificrniL phases of the strikes at J An electric line in Vancouver Isjiiml and Colorado were Mexito lias a single span 1650 feel refer red to by the speakers, while long a tive'r. DOKKOAV SIXKIXG Mr. Mclvillop wanted to know how nucli money there was in the sinking ufid. CotiunisFJoiier Grace.- informed lim that there was ahout Arcn'ti in as good t money as C.A. or the city itself he as'ncd. cided to close the domestic "1 guess you anid Mr. Grace, school here, immediately. Mr. Aitjren advised tliat the bo.ird The action i-1; rogreilerf by ate 1hc Union bank ofler, flml get the llic nieiimers of the especially il-y to the guarantee. as Lrthbride.e is financially better! HIP We Can "Come Back" "It is not impossible for the city j oil tlian any to make the said Mr.' __ Tinning. I "It is so fur as we are .said Air, Davidson. "The mayor has 0. T. the land told us. what thft city .would and, man anrt booster or was in would not do." I town on Monday. Jfr. Lathrap has BHINCf ON A CRISIS j orery eontlrtence that this country will continuing along these quickly "coir.e nnd finclg con- %lul only arriving hack at the start-' Bidvratilr clpmaml in (lie noriliH-csicm ing jioint for some time, Mr. Ken- sLales for Southern Alberta farms. H nedy of the Merchants IJarik, Urousht' is iiiiderstrv.nl lin hiuj Rpcurod the Kay things lo a head by staling thai the fnrm. Just north of town, from (lu: Clt- board not nxnrct HIP ollicrj Jxena1 Lumber Ga- banfcs to assunit: llieiu reKpon-siliilitie.rt zcltc. now, when they had novrr bad the I Imnclil ol' Ui.': accoiinLs. In ihis ]lnd. bnildinjrs thai au, he WHS b> Hie dlhrr bank struck by arc nunausra- JohusUm thought ikii by ilir rlecl-m'iLj. I PURITY BAKER'S COCOA Possesses All Three It is absolutely pure, conforming to all Pure Food Laws. It is of high quality, being made from choice cocoa beans, skilfully blended. 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