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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FKimi WW 25, HUB 7 i iE LKTIIBRIDCE DAILY MKHALO PAGE SEVEN iriT I Several Important Cases Are on The Docket for Hearing TliirtMon case-8 will bo hoard ai the api'lng aHRl/.nn -which open on Tuesday morning In Supreme Court hero with ,\lr. Justice McCarthy presiding. The ruses in order aa (hey uro wot rtown for trial follow: Kc�x vh." Job. 'Schwartz- -This is the case in which Sehwarla la alleged to Imvo offered a bribe to Detective Lobb of the Mounted Volivo to stay prosecution on n charge of having forbid- DELICATE GIRLS IN Business or School who have thin or insufficient blood or are physically frail will find retrial was Mason 1h asuault Oil a rich blood-food and strengthen ing tonic. It is so helpful (or delicate girls it should be a part of their regular diet- Scull & Bownc, Toronto, Out , den Gorman paper* in Canada. The ) miHo wan tried at. the hurt KOKBion hut tho jury ilhmgreod and a ordered. - Rax vs. j, JO. Maaon-charged with a' criminal Mali Doon of Warnor. Hex vb. j. W. Workman and" Florence WeJn-H will he remembered thut hud full Florence Wfiln'h husband laid a charge against this couple in the oily police court, on tho charge that they inveigled him to u rooming house lu the city and there threatened him with a gun. The, charge it* attempted murder. Ilex vh. C. A. D. Knox - Knox hs charged with shooting Howard, a colored man, at Tabor, severely wounding him in the face in a row last, fall. Tho charge Ik nliootiug wffh intent to murder. Ilex vh. ,1. banrado baprade is charged with unlawfully destroying a pig the property of A. Harris, at IvIhr-inaain. Hex vh, Raymond Smith, Frank Hutott, William Henry and Hoy Louden --These four youths are charged with .stealing nine packages containing liq-uor from tho property of the C. P. R. at Retlaw about December 1st laat. Rex vb. Mike Beards.-This is the Barons pool room scrap in which Beard is alleged to have shot and wounded Prank Francka. There are two charges ugaimtt Beards, shooting with intent, to commit murder and wounding. j Rex vs. Mali shin and Long Sam- i This cane Involves the' local Tong war between the monarchists and the republicans of the local Chinese colony. Tho charge is that tho accused did steal $350 from Chung Ling. Rex vs Nick Krokush-An order staying proceedings. Rex vs. Frank Yee-Yee is charged with fabricating evidence in the case against Man Shin and Long Sam by nutting a domino and a piece of paper HOW 10 GEI RID OF RHEUMATISM "Fruit-a-iives^Point the Way fo Quick Relief Veuona, Ont. "I ^uflercd fur ;i number oJ'-years with Rhinimati,)ti and se.veyc Ptiina in my Side ami /luck, caused by Ml rains ami heavy lilting. "When 1 hud given hp hope of ever being well again, a friend recommended 'lYfiii-a-liccs' to me and after using the hist box i Jell; so much better tliul ! continued to take them ; and now 1 am enjoying 1lie best of health, thanks to your wonderful fruit medicine". \\\ M. LAMPSON. c Pun) on Notes IIOOO.OO 0480.89 2148.S2 $ 30S2.S5 55.sn ( 2.50 11147.83 i 37.50 541.25 Printing. Postage and Stationery .......j . Salaries- Sec.-Treas.....$1175.00 Auditor........ 45.00 Solicitor...... 100.00 Weed Inspector., 86.59 our. - O O . �I w Council Fees; Meetings and mileage............ Council Fees: Supervision of roads and mileage.. Destruction of Pests ..... Destruction .Noxious Weeds Grants- Aid and "Relief. .$ 75.00 Patriotic Fund .. 3000.00 i 406.5!) 24S.10 2211.40 \m. 50 4 4 IK 00 ASSETS Balance-T Bank Bool Bai.. $5350.06 Uncollected TCducat ion Tax Uncollected .Municipal Tax. Uncollected School Tax . . . I Amount Due Destruction Noxious Weeds........ A d va n c en to S ch ou 1 Districts ... .'........... Office Furniture and Fixtures ............... Tools and Machinery .. .  5451.) .56 1732 .24 7950 .05 14555 2U27 .41 11S5 .SI 225 .00 m> .30 LIABILITIES (Outstanding Cheques ..... Uncollected Education Taxes ............. Due School District Account of Collections .......... Uncollected School Taxes.. Other Unpaid Accounts . . . Balance Assets over Liabilities.............. 54J.25 1792.24 1219. :|7 i 4f.no. fi3 4SS. 10 iti065.41 ! * # I 4 * * j Uabor..... ; Material . . . Machinery, Tools and Repairs .............. t Provincial Treasurer Ac-j count Educational Taxes School Districts.......... Sundries .............. Commission on Collections Kent____�. ... ;......... Balance- Bank Book Bal. .$53�5.f>6 3075 no 23G2.isr. 70.7o 72.50 2007.20 12*156.2-; 110.2-! 8-38-57 f 100.00 I Total . . . $ 5350. 5G ;     $33248.61 i Total $33243.61 Total fe � �  $34662!00 i otal .. $34662.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE ON ROADS Location of Expenditure ft! Township 10; Range 13; Meridian 4 Township 11; Range 13; Meridian 4 Township 8; Range 14; Meridian 4 Township 9; Range 14; Meridian 4 Township 10; Range 14; Meridian^ Township 0; Range 15; Meridian 4 Township 10; Range 15; Meridian 4 * 4 4 ? 481.10 51.60 105.75 147.50 730.65 567.50 340.45 � � C 23 [�*) C3 .2 W � J - *3 >> u 0) � y i3 ft 4 t * * 4 * ft > � 4 ft t 6625.00 223200.OOi 26:1500.00 263750.00 201700.00 H3122.00! JS4510.00J. 256700.01)1 230650.00[ U2S460.00J 64605.00| 202400.00; 257700.O0i 281650.00| ! 260300.00j i _ 60170.00J j $Tfl'7 4032. OOJ^f* S 7l Oj ?75 8 ^ Vfi 4 j 174H0 - 7 4) $ t)'4 8 0TG9! ^9 5tKl) 5 > n u M �rt c> -*j t-. t_ \ i ^ & rt O 3 E \ 0 0 r r HO ! TP. * Mer. "~~'\ | J � Hge. h 1 337. Sr.! 609.4S: 047.33,! 23.02' 023.41 i - -13- -4  �  *  * � � � � i � * 060.60, 323.24j 002.84! 710.001 273.75 s- 13- -4 � *    * � � , 4 1 1 . . 1 700.50- 163.26J 953.76 712.32 241 44 9~ -13- -4  *   1 1 � 791.251 567.81! 1350.06 848.13 510.03 10- -13- -4 � *   *f � * 1 875.10} 644.95] 1520.05 868.39 651.66 11- -13- -4 ' � * * �  *  1 i b � I 254.Sr�j 179.93; 434.78 267.39 167.30 t -14 -4 1 h % � 553.53) 380.93j 943.46! 645.71 21)7.75 �14- -4 *  � � || t 770.10! 543.181 1313.28! 645.50 667.78 9- �14- -4   t � > *  �  * 1 71S.05J 777.231 140G.18' 777.45 718.73 10- -14- -A * * - � , * 1   685. ;J5; 9C7.34J 1652.69' 718.82 033.87 11- -14- -4 106.361 ! 231.V7! 42S.33 167.63 260.70 7^ -15- f r i 1 m ,?07.20 142.72! 740.92 533.70 216.22 s- -15- -4 * * � � if \ 4 * I L 773.10 129.35, 902.45, | 850.001 52.45 0~ -15- -4 \ 1 - * 1 S44.05I 389.50} 1234.54 783.061 450.58 lo- -15- -4 * *   * J . .1 7SO.00| 198.51| 1343.161 2124.06 697.87 1426.10 ll- -15- ) *  179.501 L . 78.01| 220.81) 157.20 1 ! EDUCATIONAL TAXES t El X X3 - � a- o 7i c c 3 o o t Ottawa. Feb. 25.-Analysis made at the instance of the military servfc* council indicates how the various districts compare In regard to administration of the military service act. The Htatiatics are brought up to February 16. The figures include elalms for exemptions, claims pending and percentage ol total claims pending. The) figures in regard to appeals follpw: Claims Pending * % Ontario......11S.289 7,625 � 4 t Queboc......118,156 New Brunswick 15,476 N'ova Scotia .... 23,�07 Prince Kdward Island -  Manitoba .. Sa-3 katc h e wan Alberto .. 25,317 British Columbia 13,415 Yukon .'..... 85 Following arc; few particulars in connection with the appearance of Harry-Lauder at the Wesley Church tonight. Tho performance will start sharp at 8.30. A few choice, tickets fcre still available. All remaining tickets are on sale at the Wesley church. As an extremely large audience will be in attendance tonight, patrons are respectfully asked to bo in attendance j as early as possible, so that the iish* j ers may get everyone comfort-ably seated before the performance starts. PATRIOTIC TAX THE PUMPS ARE HERB ft 4 I 4,100 20,961 44,342 31,942 739 1,047 SO 618 3,676 1,420 505 27.54 ' 4.71' 4.43 w 1548.50 i it 271.53 OOII. 04 ' 72. 87 ; 1000.00 1 00.06 742. 23 ; 080. .61 i 1 725.00 i ti3;;. 78 ; 406. SO ; 1.200.00 1 66.22 1547. 07 1N04. 56 ; 1450.00 j 1140. .44 i 8S 1021.88 1 '1 *I ll H .25 ! 1210. >,' i 1460.00 466.75 1085. .00 ' 1753. .84 . 700.00 651. .53 : 201, .82 350.00 ; 201 . 65 154. 26 582.00 1 200.35 270. 41 144. 31 268.S5 1 1 -I $10870.26 r?16666.16 $27545. 12 it $12!iS9'.'7,y /Tl455570371U2056:23 , �1J^5"^T 1. "Really does" put bad stomach In order-"really do�" overcome indi-jest ion, dyspepsia, heartburn and Bournes^ in five mlnutei-that-juat that-makes Pape'a Diapeptia the largest selling stomach regulator iu the world. If what you eat famenta Into stubborn lumps, you belch gM and eructate sour, undigested food and acid; tongue coated; your lnsides filled with bile and indigestible waste remember the moment "Papa's Diapep-sib" comes in contact with the stomach all such dletress vanishes. It's truly astonishing-almost marvelous, and'the joy U Its harmlcasuftss. A large fifty-cent case of Pupe's Dia-pepsin will give you ^ hundred dollars' worth of �at\8factiou or your druggist hanoa you your money back. It's worth Its weight in gold to men and women who ca'i't get their stom-acha regulated, it be'.ongs in yo.ir h>mte-should always be kspt handy In ccee of a fliclr, aour, upa^'. stomach during the d�.y or night. It's thu auickest, �umst and most harmless stomach reiilator in the worlU.-Ad. The city council ia not enamoured over the suggested plan for collecting the Patriotic Fund tax which is now being undertaken by the provincial government. As stated in the Herald on Saturday the city has received a request from rive government that, tax notices for the year be delayed in lining sent out until .such time bb th> government decides what plan to follow, but it is^ intimated that the city, wil! be asked to collect a tax on its assessable property at the same time as city taxes are collected. The matter oime before the council ou Monday morning and Immediately drew fire from Commissioner Freeman who objected on the ground that by Utia method iho.se who are paying tho heavy taxes now will have to bear the additional burden, while those who are paying oto city taxes direct will ge* off scot-free. Commissioner Freeman therefore offered the following resolu-(ion: "Whereas the provincial government has advised the city of its intention of imposing a special tax for Patriotic fund purposes by making a sp&ciai levy on assessment, and, "Whereas It appears to the council this form of levy will discriminate against tho person now heavily taxed to the advantage of other persons who should ho required to pay their due proportion to the Patriotic fund, "Be it resolved that the government be requested to make provision either by poll tax. income tax, or either, or by such other method that, will compel persons capable of doing so to contribute to this fund." This will bd forwarded to cities and towns in the province for entlovsaliou, and will then bo forwarded to the government :a4. Edmonton. The pumps are here. Commtesioneiy Grace made that welcome announce* ment at the city council meeting on Monday morning. Constructing Engineer Heath for tltcj Roberts Filter Co., is busy today gei> ting the pump to the filter plant on ! the river bottom, and the work ot erecting it will he commenced at once. It Is expecteil to take between two and three weeks, and if nothing unfor-seen occurs, Ivethhridge will Jje drinking real aqua pura. by the middle oC March, which should be before the spring breakup. Only the l>ig 3,000,000 gallon pump i& on deck as yet, but tho, auxiliary punrp is .to follow. The alum supply is not, yet here, but Commissioner Grace stated that if need bei some could he borrowed from Medicine Hat tin tho Lethbridge supply; arrives. AUGHTER GAVE WILL GRANT INCREASE Ottawa, Feb. 25.-It ic believed here that the demand of the Vancouver shipyards workers for a ten per cent. Increase is likely to be granted. Now She is Strong and Better Every Way Pitman, N. J.-"I suffered from a weak, run-down condition ao I could not get around to do my usual light duties, for I am 73 years of age and past hard work. My daughter brought me a bottle of Vinol and! asked me to try it, and after taking: two bottles I have a good appetite, res"t well at night and am stronger and better in every way."-Mrs. K Anderson, Pitman, N. J. ; We wish every feeble, aged man. and woman in this vicinity wouldl just try this constitutional cod liver, and iron tonic on our guarantee to* return their money if it failt to>| benefit. Formula is on every bottleJ J. D. H1GINBOTHAM & CO, Druggists, Lethbridge. Alao at the best druggUta 1 Alberta towna, LTtt ;