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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta the' LEl^HBIllbGE, DAILX jif^ TIIUnSDAY, FEBRllARY 21,1018 VERDICT OF THEM Frank Fatality^-Blairmore , News-A Children's Play' ' ' (From Our Owr. Corruponclent) � Blalrmora, Feb. 20.-The University ot Alberta educntionnl titms were nown nt the Union Clnirch on Thiirs-ji%.y ovonlnE. They wore of the usual high quality. Rev. W. T. Young ot ''S?rank had charge ot the films. Before the pictures were shown a play called "M188 Canada" was, put on by 25 chtl-drenfrora Frank under the leadership til Miss Hinds deaconess of the Prank church. The play was entertaining and much appreciated by the audience Arhfch was a'goodlj- size in spits of the cold evening. Rev. Fulton returned from Edmonton after a sojourn ot over two weeks ttnd occupied the pulpit of the Union Church on Sunday, Since his return he has taken up hU abode In the Put-utim building. Accidental Death The coroner's jury at Prank on Fri- day'>^t(tnied a verdict ot accidental death in.UiQ CMS ot the fatal accident In the Pr&nk n)ln� when Jos. Qol-anak Ipst hls'liW.^ The Jtl&lbr, and the Intermediate hobkoy te&niB. ot Qtalrmoro onco agalti went to Tnxkk to battle with their agile contMtknti In that burg. They both went down to defeat. Try agatn boys. , Mr. Allan Hamilton, surve.vor for the Weat Canadian Collorles at OroonhlU mlna? went to Calgary on Saturday evening and rolurnod on Tuesday morning, Mr. Ale'^, Morenccy, hardware merchant, left rSunday tor Edmonton to attend the Grand Encampment of the l.O.O.P. In that city, being the local Kncarapnient'& representative. Purchasea Block J. E. Gillts. barrister, purchased the Niclfore bloelt on Victoria street and GIghth avenue for the sum of $3,ouo. Is not this liButen season? AVelt. almost everywhere one hears ot the boy nt the front needing smokes, In the j trenches. What about all the smoker.^ ' cutting out the use of the weed for at least a wee^ Rnd giving the savings tor the benefit of the boys overseas, j Now Is an opportunity for them to show the sacrltWIng spirit. Who wlU start the ball' rolling? Surely the smokers will appreciate the sugges-Uon; APPLICATION FORLEASE OF-ROAD ALLOWANCE - OR SURVEYED : Notlos la hereby given that The l^Igw Fanning Company, Limited, Ot'Ij�thbrIdce, Alberta, has made application toi the Minister ot Public t^orks, Edmonton, Alberta, for a lease of the foltowlng .road allowances or Arveyed' highways, vis.: Between lioctiona 20 and 29, 30 and 19, Twp. 7. Ranfe 21, West of 4th Meridian, nin-ning ekat and west and between sections 30 and 29, Twp. 7, Range 21, Weat ot the 4th Medidlan, -running north and south, and Section 30, Twp. 7, Range 21. and Section 2S, Twp. 7, Range 22, Ti^est ot the 4th Meridian, running north and south. ' Any protest against the granting of the above mentioned lease must be lorwarded to the Minister ot> Public Works, Edmontoo, within 30 days tram ate of this-notie^. The -Felger Farlnlng Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, Alberu, February 21st, 1918. TENDERS FOR SCHOOL J10U3E V 'SBIALBD TENDERS wIU bo recelrJ d by thet'Board of Trustees ot the Bow Island School, District No. 1883, .Bow Island/ Alberta..;' up - 'to ', noon: M.irqb llth/1918, for the ^redtlofa of t brick ac&^l building.'; Plans- and . specifications 'may be obtained from the Secretary-Treasurer on payyment "-of a: deposit of $10.00, which will be .returned on receipt of a bona, fide ten-/ der with plana and specifications. �.'9.v';A marked cheque of 5 per cent, ot ^^ti; the amount of the tender must ac-W^:(^mf*ay' each tender, which will be '^ifii^ returned 'at once: it such tender la not ' ucepted; A The lowest or any tender will not V aecesRarily be accepted.' Plans and Specifications may be V teea attthe Sacretanr-Treaanrer's ot-fieir or the ArcUtect'a office. A. M. Jalftra, 212 McLebd BuUding. Edmonton. , �t ( ! W. A. BATEMAN, rjAd: T  � .,i Secretwy-Treaawer. CommuBioatlona uuder> this must bear tho. signatures . writers. heading ot the Ottawa, Feb. 31.-Shown by military districts, apprehensions under the military service act are as follows: DUtrlet London .. Toronto . Kingston . Montreal . Quebec .. Halifax .. St, John . Winnipeg; Victoria , Retina .. Calgar/ . Totals III I . - 0 L 1 133 134 15 IT 32 a lOe 116 45 271 310 74 ,377 351 26 79 105 Will Enlist Aid M High School Boys Who Will Retain Standing Ottawh. Feb. 21,-r--Tho organization of the "Soldiers otthe Soli" movement, Inaugilrated by the banada food board, Is now practlcttlly complete and-work will be commenced at an early d&to 10 enlist 25,000 boy.volunteers to assist in food production on farms'this year. , , ' Actual enrollment will begin on Mar. 17, and tho following week will be "Soldiers of the Soil enrollment week" fhrouRhou^ Oannda.. In towns of up-der 10,000 population, high sol^tiol teachers and bank managers will act as enrollment officers. In large'ceu' tres high, school .teachers, Y.M.C^.At: secretaries, together with officers-;ot tho Boy Sconts and' similar orgajjlaa tlons. will enroll the recruits. Arrangements have been made by tho department of education in several provinces, so that boys who enlist for this work will not-IosQ their school standing. 13very boy who gives three months ot satisfactory service on the /arm will be np:e8Slon abroad, among all classes of our cltlsohs, that the commlsstotiera, eiit>op(al1y the mayor, want get more money to run the city In 1918 than was reciulr-ed In 1917. This la not true. Tliay will not require any more money tiv. 1918 than they required In J917 and this too, np\wllhistahdlng: thWt" there has been a large Increase ot wages that will have to be proi-ided for In lOlS. , The mayor lias been studying deeply, the subject's of assessments and rates for tho past several years, and has been urging, .certain reforms at every opportunity to his fellow mayors all over Alberta, .but Until very recently got no sympathetic response, but now it .Is recognised all over 'Western Canada from Winnipeg to the Pacific Coast, that taxes ard not equitably distributed and that a very large percentage.of pity communities pay no taxes whatever. To overcome this. Winnipeg is going ^In tor an i Income tax and appointed a commission tn go into .the matter very thoroughly. This commission has recommended an income tax bill for the city ot Winnipeg, a copy of which is before the Lethbridge commissioners. Poll Tax It has always beeii recognized that the non-tn.x payors should do something .towards the expenses of running the city, and the poll tax has been permissable by our charter ever since the city was Incorporated, but it has been both unpopular and difficult to enforce; so much so that It has never been thoroughly applied. There are more non tax payers In this city than Is generally conceived, which makes the burden fall too heavily on the tax payers. The ethical and theoretical argu-j ment that all who spend money in the: city are tax payers, cannot hold. There : is no leisure class or rich people in | the city of Lethbridge. We-are all i , , , _ . ^. . ^. working people and taxes should be . 7""""'^ "� ^'>*^*i' assessed in "the ratio of the ability i ''^'e'" Bowelr pkiafr�aui�r, .i(ntit, ba�od;upon the mo&at;Of work he 18 cattiblo of diitnR. : 'itn* department ot Agrlratlnces'wt\t provide Qtachln-erjrt (or' ptftolng the boya on the farms, �o :that farmers who ^ cari nae one or more hoya ihouldnoilfy their provln : District [-London n... Toronto ..... Kingston , .r .. Montreal .. .. Quebec .. . Halifax .... St JdhhA... Winnipeg ... . Victoria..: .. Refina .. Calgary .. .. ' Totals ,. . a .a s o 2 �t. a Hi �n. o a -"�So -2 ^ o a . 1,855 . 6.210 . 2,7S9 . 2,423.-. 277 718 . ; 1,152 : . 4,015 . 2.491 . 2,482 . 1,488 '"85'''1*770 831 G,S"9 639 23 . 82 i33 739 388 414 216 to pay." It is a fact that tenants in this city pay no taxes. They, dp not pay enough rent to return tlie owner a very reasonable percentage on hia money, after repair, depreciation., redemption, insurance and taxes are'deducted. While the income tax may be a good equalizer it is (lifflcult to get away from the fear that at some time it might fall in its purpose. If for instance our revenue had been largely derived from income in the years of depression^ the ^Ity would have had but little revenue 'from that source because the incomes were mostly not capable of'standing any rating. \ We hear the statement that the land hoWer was; a speculator and ifhe got .caugl^t 1^ th^'jalumiiUet him bear the ^^urden 'he Contacted. Lei me ask �if there'is a'man*ln the" city today who got rich in land, speculation? Are there _a dozen Brten in town today who � " ' had fol- 363 .^!407 1,784 [are ietter off than If they 104 63C 1,019' .3.276 2,10S 2,068 1,282 25,890 8,912 21.978 WILL ARBITFTATE Edmonton, Feb. 20.-The city eooB-cn and labor unions have agreed on a central committee which will arbitrate the dispute over the appointment of Fire Chief DaVldion. m SUit0|hent ofthb' t Milk Ri?cr Mnhiil Fire Iitafiince Company won THt y^ah eKdino dkckmb er aisr, i�i7. *!ftjrdt�l Ittiuranee in force ' , . Jrptal PramluB Note* in fdrco I.".'."'' m!i:^9i�\AMw�umma,i�Vl atlO% ot PremWm Note .......... '^^'vAaaeenaeata Paid ..... AUMamaata Unpaid........................ }2,343.544.0q, 71,442.12 6310.33 4,621:74 2,188,59 ^ MONEYS RECEIVED MONEVa PAID ; Caafc^ oa hand, Jan. I ........ l,S{(�,18 Directors' few (1916) .....,.$ Bacalved from 1916 Aaess- ' Mcenae............ i;?!5K^V* '  .... 1,201,11 DxchaDge..;............ 5?^!!wwed......... ... 1,048.40 Agent'i Commissions ....... fl^M^Ted on 1917 Aasesa- Losses during 1917 ..... ...... ..... 4.6tl.74> Salaries and Auditor's Fees,. Printlni and Stationery 4 48.92 SO.OO .25 1,57.4.10 3,087.00 346.00 239.89 RepaTmeqt of Loan Intnroat ....... AdJuatlncClaimi ..... Postage and Express .. Supplies '../i....... Dlreotor'a F�e�,'lS17 .. MJacetlaneoas' Expense Cash on Hand........ ..,.;>.. i;o48.40, ...,v;, 31.60 ....... 112.36 ....... 122.60 8.70 .; 87.35 ..' 105.90 .. 1,653.37 $8,518.43 \f- ASSETS &, Utah'OB Hand ....... .....I l,653.97 S'itllnpfild i Assessments ......'^ 3,188.59 ;;JiMrw by, I^aaldent,',Secretary's Statement, and Auditor's ncport, Eleo-�"latlDf^ioers and:G�narpl BuRlness. dSOROE WATSON, Seoretary-Troasurer, lowed other lines of business? How many men have acjtually lost" money in. the reii estht^ business in Lethbridge? Those who gained by real estate advance are the original owners snch as the-'A.'-R.'and Co. and some who never lived In town pr have long since left It. But apart from that what is gained by imposing a condition of taxation that owners' cannot meet it no other person will take on the burden, except the city. ; The city does not want to acquire lands, or touildlngs for taxes and the duty ot the council is to avoid that as far as possible because if the taxable property fell into the city's hands In large quantities the taxes wou'd have to be increased on the prot)erty in the hands of those that the taxes can be squeezed oat of. ,' Poaltlon la O. K. .The position-of the-city so tar as meeting its debts is A 1 but the position of the deliiiquehts.is not Al because of the fact'that in ^most of these caii'es their taxes are more than their fair share.-. WlthVef^rerice to the fncreaso ot electric lights, etc., with a .view ,to more equally distributing the burden of taxation, let me remind you and our citizens that prior to 1913 there was a surplus troth the public.utilities approximately $40,000 that.was applied to the reduction of the ta;t rate. That surplus was, eat?n up In 1913 and the years following by the Increased Interest, sinking fund, .etc. Had this surplus been kept up b'y increas. Ing tho cost of light,: etc., to the consumer the more. equitable dlstribu-tloh of taxes then prevailing, would hold now and.the mayor would not be asking tor. anytijlng along that line, v^t may be ,a'8k,Bd why this was not done, and the.reply ia, that tlio mayor lias always cbhleitded fbr it but conditions were against hliii, For ex-a'mplo in 1914 Mr. lield tucurred'a de-'flcit ot $10,000 by tnlsconcolvlug tho posBtbilltlea ot his departmoht in the hard times. � This resulted in terms being made -for.. .his department through the finance dud' public Tvorlcs departments, that resulted in a raise ot rates to the tax payers, but no't the non taxpayer. This candltlO|i has.never been .reversed with tha net TesuU that the" tax payer cphtlnuod to' boar the extra burden then ImposM, Whe ther-the rates charged to the other de-partments were too ilowi or jiot, with reference to actuarcoBt;'ot production, does not alter the fact^tbat that means Of partially ftquaU2ioR;^ho: taxes was eliminated, and the $40^000 plus $10,-000 was forced on the li^topayera and removed from tho hoh-tajcvpayers. In Other words tho non-tax pdyers have been relieved from time to time while the taxpayers have be"an further .burdened by this amount.  ' rt is quite apparent tr.0% the talK on the Htrebt 'th9t'^t'he>tas-payerB;ai*^e under a inlsapprehenBlon-'aB to' the mayor's object, and 'tbatvthey 'are not witling to tako hla Judgmsnt on tho subject, which has beon'matured by several yearsV stndyj � r It S^na raatoett-cd, gun W^intdttikiby a laaamltli, keya nUk^t, loeka unpaired, bloyetoi, typewriter!; pheatrsrapiii, anr tight mnchinery repalrfd, lawn mowera flbofpenedr D.AiRINa 914 Third AVttpiie South Office hours..... ,,ll: RoBldenea 619. Oftioe haurfl:ia to IS a.ta.; 1.30 to 8.80J 7 to I.ip.m.- bit. 'MYLoS^fikr/1*'*'NoM aiil Tbroat; 116 Sharkwk Bldg. 0�le� faonra lo-1>; a-Si'aveaiaga >y a� polntmenL Phonaoti Ottloo SU:i Ra� tdcnoe tM. � ' . ('':''�"'. ' : _ 'SiiC'erW: TOLiilBH, ftiYBtoiAii and Burgeon.'Ottle^Shopvard Block oppoBlte Stariand Thestft, rooaia ,1 to 4, Office houra:' ,11 to 1> a.m.: 1.30 to 2.30 p.in. aad 7 to I.IO p.m. Phones: Ottlc*'7loi ttaaidoada �M. �th St B.. Phone im. bk J. E. LOV^RINO, IPhyaleain and Burgeon. X-Ray aaulpmanL Oftica and raatdence, 8ia,8rd'Ave. aoiith; Houra ll-ia, M,'aud 7>9. Tolepiioa^ day and night I2�g. . ' 8M-0 DR. 0. W. LfcEQH, \t.D., O.M., Phyai-claniand Surgeon. Office, Bberlock Block. Lethbridge. Pbone 389. Heal-dence 1111 6th AvetiuB. PhOBe 1007. Office hoarB: 11 to 1M6; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: l.a0 to 3.00. DOCTOR iVIARTIONt-At Cardstou. Phytlcian and Burgeon. Accoiichour. Office in the Wood hnd Woolf Block. Phono Day and Night 136. OlUce also In Cardston Pharmicyi Phono day 8. . S�-�6 weloinq OXY-ACETYLENB WBtUlNQ - W. N. Kuth, corner let Avenue and 10th Street. ' / UNOERTAklMO BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY jESTablished six years' We, know our way around the country aa well as you know the way from your office to your homo, Try us. PHONE 1206 AUCTIONEERS - We wish to amtoiince' that Peter; LeVnlleyandTL.VI. Nlchol-! son have consoUdi^fed their in-tera7:�;a�jil OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phone 787 qnited Taxi Service SIX - CARS - SIX Reliable and efflolejit* cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day a^fd night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 387 The Veterans p lllfEBY ' CONDUCTED BY * J. E. COBELLE PHONE 1858* T. S. KETTEHLY, LBADINO.eiUNBR-al dlreoto'r and Itoensed embauner, motor or horso', driven hearses. Parlors, bppbslto court House. Office phoa-. rMldenca phane 117*. Open day and highi _ MactOVY Ik MacKAV-KUNEUAL Dlreotors and Practical Bmbahners; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn eiiulpinent. 803 3rd Ave. B. I'hone 1802. Always_r>pun, never closed, i: . FARM PI^ODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY*POTATOES AND ALFALFA M^AU ' Inspectors at Coaldale, I6.'0tflee C-8 Hig-tnbotham Block. Phone 1616. UH, T. W. FOk-DfctiTlB*. dtlAbU" ate North Western'DenUl University, Chicago. Offieo phone V8Si ras-id try school and churches. Lowest estimates.; /Largest stock of wall paper in city. Watch for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th AVe. A. S. Phono 720. In Lethbridge 20 years. � =. "--i- .A J . 8PIRELLA ^CpRSETIERRE ALL LADIES north''of 8rd Ave. S. and ' west of Mh'street south Including North Lethbridge' apd Staftordvllle, call upon.^n^e^to ho.measured. Corsets from 83.6,0 up. #Chlldren's waists.' vStays guaranteed. Perfect fit. 1214 5th,Ave. South. Phona 562. Mrs.. F. A.-Parker. WATER'locator LIGHT AND HEAVY V. HOUSE MOVING  COAL, C.O.^O. cirycARTAGEm Van Horn Bros. .V 406 6th At- & . Phone 438 ' I. ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O, Box 806 HENDERBON, REIO AND PATER80N Chartered Aocoiyou are aick and want.to regata bealthi Uke aplnal adJUBtmonts' and- get welt Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Model nakery, houra 9.30 to S, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. , music MISS AILKKN M. JONfiB-rPianoforti Playing and Theory; aupervlsloB ot H.C. C. SaUnoB. One hUBdred par caBt ot pupUa eatored'tor the oz Phonia ;01>. \SH-ti ELECTRICAL SNaiNEBR H. B. McKLYBA,- ABflOO. A.-L B. �, Electrical ;Knglneer;Attd,Q�atTactor, makes a apaclalty o( wtrlag'.cottBtry bomas aad lUsUUIak HghWaii plaata. OoBsiiltatloBB OB all UadB'Ot eteo-trlcai work. 1884 4tb Ato, a Phone 1888. 8114 ELECT^?!CAL ISUPPKES ANb ALL ,K�^(os^^<*fi �i:�e: , -? , TRIOAL WORft. f jjONB M7 m jrd Ave, S,; mi ;