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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iFRIpAY, ^^NUARY 18.1018 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN aiit Full Earnings School Lands Applied to Schools I "That this contorenoo roauost the llberta govornroent to take up with Tie Dohiliilon government the aueflt-jrn of re-adJustlng the arrangomonl low existing between the two govern-lionta as to achool lands, with a view applying the lull earning power of be reglalered shoeing that all taxes on the property are paid. "That we atrongly endorae a uifi' form ttsseaamentafit tor Alberta muni-clpaliUes and auifgeit couBultatlon with the cltiee for fho purposfi of forming auch an act and that a copy of thla ^ch lauds to achool purposes In the resolution be �ont to thelater of rovlnce.*' . municlpaim�� for Alberta, "wait the  The above .resolution was passed at text of another roBolutlon passed at he conference of mayoTB of Alberta the conference, Itlos hold at Calgary yesterday. The onterence was attended, by Mayor trirdie and City Solicitor Ball, and .om a general standpoint the above ctlon was oneiof the most important aken. If the two governments con .�d]ust this matter it will give the irovlhco of Alberta many thousands o( lollars' annually more than they re-lelvo now. The" difficulty between ho Dominion and the provincial gov-irnmont regarding school lands was UscuRsod at the last session of the eglslature by Provlnc.al Treosuror C. I. Mitchell, and he showed at that Imo that, owing to arrears on school ands which had been sold Alberta was receiving only a portion of its annual merest on the amount realized from :he school land sales. Thorough Canvaas of jClty To Be Made to Raise at Lease $26,000 All arrangements are completed tor the big Red Gross drive wblcli Is to -------------- , Uo carried ou In the city next week, Thp tour cities of the province came gt^-tlng Tuesday, for three, days, tor 6 a fairly reasonable understanding purpose o'f raising at least $25,000 m til* tax sale and sinking fund ex- ^^^^^ here. W. A, Parker, onsloh proposals. ClUes will have a chairman'of the teams, has plcksd the .jnlform tax-sale law after the com-j {^jj^^^^j^-tg^j^ captains, and their dls-Ihg stisslon of ;tho legialaluro whiCh' ^^,^^3 ^j,e work of canvassing the ON BOY'S Met (UREO BV ZANBUR Zam-Buk hH iMen triad Mil proved by thousands to be the most �uccesstul remedy for eotema. Mrs. Morgan, of 10.1 Mannlat Ave., Toronto, Mya: "For otght nonttai by little son's face was covered with eexema, which pained Slid Irritated him so that be coul^ not sleep. The slightest eold aggf^ vated It so that t was obliged to keep him In the house. " As nothing I used did him any good, I took him to a hospital, but the treatment he received there only made the sorek worse. Then I oon-menced using Zam-Buk, applying it Itborally and regularly. The pain disappeared and the Irritation was ended. Soon henllng began, and as I continued the Zkm-Buk treatment the soreu became less and less,until my boy'c skin was .entirely free from sores and perfectly clear and smooth." Zam-Buk should also be used for ulcers, ringworm, abscesaea, boils, bed legs, running sores, blood-poisoning, piles, burns, scalds, cuts, chapped hand, chilblains and frost bite. All dealers or Zam-Buk Cai, Toronto. EOe. box, 3 tor |1.2S. vlll give the right to soli lands six nonths after taxes on them are shown Ji,8 arrears. .The cities will also have the, altdrnatlve power of Isusing tax dortlflcatos. tin the cases of tax sales the cities are asking the right to advertise' either by newspaper advertisement or by publicution ond circulation In book form. The detail^-of the tax cert.ticete plan are yet to be worked out. Arrangements will also be made to i>rotect the land of soldiers In all tax Bales Sinking Fund Extension Ail sinldng funds shall be put on the basis oif fifty year debentures in-Htead of 30 years, thus practically cutting the smking fund payments an-MuoHy In two, as most of the cities of the province hav^ issued only 20 and 30 year debentures. It is planned tKal the provincial government-�hall guarantee both as for principal and interest, bonds, debentures, etc., for the I amount by which the accumulated ; sinking fund fails short of the amount required, to redeem the bonds at the end of the original period. Cities are claming their right to insist on school debenture sinking funds beln^; treated the same way. This plan will In Lethbridgo make a dlfferenne, annually, of'about ?50,000 !n the amount pad into the sinking fund, and thu-make a,difference of nearly five mlllB In Iho tax rate. The conference will also ask the leg Islature for^an amendment to tho Land Titles.Act whereby no transfers sha;i Tflls British Labor Men They Must Fight Through to the 't' , End city. These captains will hold final meeting on Monday evening at 8 o'clock, in the office of D, B. Harris, over Rylauds' store. District No. 1.-John Home, Captain, north by C. P.R. tracks, west by � river, south by Ztd Ave. and east by Gth street. District No. 2.-K. D. Johnson, Cajv. tain, north by 3rd Ave. S.v'west by river, south by 6th Aye. 8., and east by 5th St. S. . ; District No. 3.-R. T. Brymner, Capr tain, north by Srd Ave. S., west by 5th St. S., south by 6th Ave. S., and east by 7th St. poultry show is 6r0ughti0 close Poultry fanciers wh* have been eX' ^. . � i XT -nr T Kr^,.^, rn, . lilbltlng their prize birds at the Leth' District No. .4.--W. J. Nelson, Cap-i ^jjjgg g^^w are busy this afternoon London, Jan. 18.-The premier In his address to the tabor delegates today, said that Germany had answered "jiever" to his demand for a reconsideration of the wrong of Alsace-Lorraine .and had declared that Germany would go on until Mesopotamia and PaoIstlt(e were restored to the tyranny of the Turks. No single war alms condition made by the DrltlBh trade unionists had been answered by any German authority, he added. Mr. Lloyd Oeorge said there had been no answer from Germany to the j recent statements of tlie enlonte powers on war alms.- Field Marshal Von Hindenburg and General Von Luden-riorff were brought back for confer-t ces, but Foreign IMInister Von Kuehl-ininn was not aNOwed to speak. "Why?" asked the premier. "Because the Prussian military power is dominant. Th�i answer to be given will be given from the cannon's month." "If any mdn here can find an honorable and equitable way out of this conflict without fighting it through,' the premier saldj "let him tell It. My conviction Is this-the people must either go,on or go under." The view of the government, Mr. Lloyd George said, "was that it >^ould be folly to withdraw men from industries -one hour sooner than the need arose, but that it would be treason to the state, to democracy and to free dom if, when the need did arise, the demand should not be made. I Whatever terms were put forward soofarwiiraciors solo in southern alberta last year Insistent Demand For Removal of Duty on These By the Farmers FOUR DOCTORS DISABREEO pAiM DUappMrad After Use of Lydia fi. Pinkham't Vegetable Compound. Wilminfton, Del.-"I was suffering tfom a terrible beckeehe end pains in my side, with bearing down pains and was very nervous. I was always tired, always drowsy, never could get enough sleep and could not eat. I had four doctors end each told me something diiTerent I read of Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound end decided to try it I got good results and 1 now feel better Impioments of greater farm produiv thanlhi^vefeltforyearsandlamgain- ; tiou was around tho ?200,000 ni.-irlt. ing in weight I can gladly recommend i "There is an Insi^ent demand on It to all Women."-Mrs. Geoboe W. tlie part of the farmers tlm( tUo duty SeboLD, 1611 West4th Street,Wilming- bo removed" said tho Herald's Infor-ton, Del. . i mnnt. "And IE It is removed there Backache and bearing down pains will lie a great rush for them." -are danger signals which every woman In order to show what tho removal ahouldheed. Remove the cause of these of the duty would do to tho iirito the aches and pains by taking Lydia E.Pink-, following figures drc (luotcd: ham's Vegetable Compound, that good Old root and herb medicine. Thousands ct women have testified to its virtues. Style. For fdirty years it has been making 30-60 h.p. women strong, curing backache, ner- 15-30 h.p. ers' association in annual convention, yesterday afternoon unanimously authorized a tologr.aphlc request to tho Dominion government in any proposed' tempornnce legislation to take into consideration tho large amount of capital invested in the grape industry in this province, and to protect the same as far as possible In harmony with tho plans of the government for the con-aorvlng of all the energies of the Dominion at this stronuoua time. Over 500 farm tractors, moally ot the smaller variety, were sold in Southern Alberta last year through Lethbridge agencies, according to an estimate made for the Herald today by  a local expert and sniosrann. Ou the averaKC tho duty pnki was ?400 each, BO that the total duty paid on these LEGISLATIVE AS8EMQLY OF PROVINCE OF ALOERTA the Extract from Rules Relatino to Private Dills. tain, north,by 3rd Ave., west by 7th St.; .janii'nR up for shipment home or to ^ . , south by 6lh Ave. and east by Ut.t St. the local breed- ��y any pacifist orator, the premier de- aslrict No. B.-H. W. Meech, Cap-;�J^\,^ preparing to show at Taber olared. would not^e cashed by Lud- taln, north by 3rd Ave. S., west by i Magrath next vjeek. ----- Mr. B. P. Tuson's White Orpington cock, which was picked as best bird in the show yesterday was the cynosure of all eyei^ last night when many went out to take in the show. This is the third year the White Orpington has led all other breeds at the local show, and the second year Mr. Tuson has owned the wlnn'ng bird, *  For ContehU of Five Room Modern CotUge Gas, Good Furniture and in First Class Condition. Cottage to rent, to purchaser. Apply 528 6th St. S. 32-1 nth St., south by 6th Ave., east by 13th St, District No. 6.-J. N. Ritchie, Captain, north by C. P. R. tracks, west by 7th St. S,, south by Srd Ave., and east by 13th St. District No. 7.-xK. A. Smith, Cap.-tain. north by CP. R. tracks, west; by 13th St, S.,.POtith by 6th Ave., and oast by city lltelta. Dlstr.ct No. b.-H. J, H. Skelth, Captain, ail that portion of the city lying south of 6th. AVQ. S. and east of 13th St s bla'tr'.ct No. 9.-J. R. Oliver, Captain,, ngrth by 6th Ave., west by" lOlh' St., south by city limits and east by 13th St. District No. 10.-W. D. King. Cap-! Toronto, Jan. 18.-W. D. Mathews tain, all that portion of the city south presided at the annual meeting pf the of 6th Aye.,S., and west of 10th St. a. Consoldated Mining a,,^ut,m mm AND SILIG CO. endorff or the kaiser unless the British had the power to enforce them. If It should prove to be Impossible to defeat the Oermau forces and resist the military power of Prussia, was there any one In possession of h|s wits, tbe premier asked, who believed that the least of the war aims cxpress-er by tbe labor conferences could be enforced?' Tbe premier declared he would not have tbe war on his soul for a second It he could stop It honorably. But I there h^d been no response from any Present Price, ?5,700 2,500 1,800 Duts". fl.lOO 550 350 Price less Duty.,, ?4,r)0O .117. pfllilnnH tov Prlvntp Bills shnll bo In (liipUcMti- iinil fihall hi: delivered to llm ricrU ii! ttid Hu\i�e not hilor than tlio Hull (lay liefore tho oponlnK il�y ot the .St!H.slon. .N"o iietUlon (or any Private mil .Hlial) bo iDcelve'J by the lloiisc after the I'jlh (lay hcforc the (Hienlnu (lay of tlu! tr-nth (lay of each HesFion, nor may any I'livate P.lll Ijc prrf)v)de(] for under Ilulea 322. .�in;!, ;WI anil 325 and U shall be the duty of any oomn\lltee to which any Prlvata Hill I,-! referred to consider and report the Haine t(} (he House with ah convenient 8|,ced: SHI. All uDpllcaiiona for Private Blile, ousneis, Ulceration and inliammation, 112-24 b,p. - weakness, displacements, irregularity j The 15-30 and Vl-'ii types are the and periodic pain. I small tractors that are so much In do- If you want gneclal advice write mand and it is believed the removal tydla E; Ptnkham nrcdiclae Cot ,of the duty would result in many fnr-GonfideutUa, Lynn, mum. \ mors buying who are otherwise hang- ing back. . , 1 950' properly the Kiil>Je(;t of L,esi.ilntion by the �'.-a 1 l-eglBlatlvo YVsseniWy of Alberta within . the purview of "The Urltlsli North shall be able to carry to conviction, to triumph; to reality the great aims that you, this government and Presldbnt Wilson in his noble language have been proclaiming in tho past few days." veterMMave WESIERNPAta Will Call it Western Veteran- . Adjourn To Meet in Lethbridge District No. 11.-O. P. Bletcher. Captain, all that portion of the city north of the C. P. K. tracks and west of 13th St. N.',  District No. 12.-Alex. Johnson, fcompany held here. and SmeltinK He referred to Edmonton, Jan. 18.-The convention ,, ___, ,of the Alberta Great War Veterans As- man In any position in Germany to the sociation adjourned this morning from sUtement of Brlt|ah war alms which " ' ----'- -----'-.>�-- ~ indicated a desire in Germany to approach the problem in a spirit ot enujty. Must Fight Threuah "Let us talk quite freely here among ourselves," Mr. Lloyd George continued. "You might as well stop fight- THE BIG GRAPE INOySTRY St. Catharines. Ont.. Jan. 18,-Tlie Niagara peninsula imited fruit grow- a tour day session after extending a vote of thanks to the premier and his cabinet, the press and Dominion Secretary Knight, Provincial Pres'dent Dyson of Cal- lONGUEISCOMED If Cross Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Ulver and Bbwels. A laxative todtiy saves a.sick child tomorrow. Children simply ^viU not take the time from play to empty their . pu. ... Aiiieilca Ael, ISiiT" whether for the erection of a brldBP, the making of a railroad, tramway, turnpike road, teleRraph or lelephnne line, the construction pr Improvement of a harbour, vianal, lock. dam. NlUle, or other like work;/the giantlns of It Vlght of ferry, the Incorporation of any partlctilnr .trade or callinK, or of n-ny Joint htock .company; or otherwise for tfiantlnir to any individual o rnidlvlduula grantlns to any Individual or Individuals, llcgoH whatever, or for doing any matter' or thing, which In lt.s operntlon woulU elTect tho lifflile or property of other parties, or relate to any particular class of tho community; or for making any limendment of a like nature to any former Act, shall re(iulre a. notice, clearly and dsltinctly specifying the nature antl object of tho application, and where the application refers to any proposed work, indicating generally the location ot the work, and signed by or on behalf of tho uiiplicants, .fuch notice to be published. . tUirIng four weeks, between the close of. the next preceding Se.-iHlon and tho time of the consideration of the Petition, In four issues of The Alberta Gazette, and one other newspaper published In Eng-lish Jind not lut^r than ten days before the opening day of the Sen Ion, two copies of the saldk Hill with the marginal notes InBcrtcd Eli.-ill be placed by the ttoplicant In tlie hands of the Clerk ot the House, whose duty It shaU be to gtt the said BUI printed forthwith. ;r. g^nlonlsta behindthem," Mr. Lloyd tne Boum ooumry, uiio.u vu---- ^ j ganlzatlon, ot the Farm ProductsCim- George added. M Engines DKBORCD AND REAMBO AND FITTBO WITH OVEH8IZB PilSTONS. . WE.CUARANTBB If BATISFACTION. ^ 318 First Ave. 8. Phone \JZ2 NIVEN BROS. lis First Ave, 8. Phone 173? waste, liver sour. purpose of this Uule fou- hundred and . , fifty words shall rbe held to-constltuta � Look at the tongue, ;Mother! It coat- page, and, it such Bill is not deposited ed, or your, child is iistl^se, cross, feverish, breath hatl, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full ot'coid cr lias sore throat or any other childrreii's aliment, give a teaspoonful of "Galitorn-:a Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because it is perfectly hnrinles^, and in a tew hours > all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a weli,� playful child again. A thorough "inside cleans- by the time above specltled, tho applicant shall in addition to tho sum ot two hundred dollBi% pay tho sum of flvo dollars for each :.nd every day which Intervenes between the suld tenth day before the meeting of the House and the date of the filing of the.-Bill with i.ie t;ierk, up to the day ot opening. 323. For each day after the opening of the Session, tho applicant ."shall pay. In addition to the foregoing charges the sum of ten dollars for each and every day, up to the tenth day of, the Session. ! ,124. In addition to the foregoing charges, the applicant shall pay from the tenth day to the twentieth day ot Ing" is of times all that is necessary. It! ,,e session tor each end on cry day should be the first treatment given m any sickness. . , Beware of counterfeit fig syrifps. Ask your druggist tor a BO-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all agesliind tor grown'ups plainly printed on the bottle. Look carefully and see that It Is made by tlie "California "Fig Syrup Company.^'-Ad. pany, now tho principal medium of the I line tavmers In marketing their prodiicts ih.| this part of tho province, Mr. Dunham has rendered valuable service. The' Farmers' Fire and Hall Insurance Coh)pauy, now having assets ot over 1340,000.00,, and which will probably become the medium ot the' farmers In the province for doing their hall Insurance biisiness,. owes much to the activities of Mr. Dunham. ' The introduction into Western Canada ot that great educational institution, the Chautauqua; which the, Lethbridge people become somewhat acquainted with last year, an^ which la destined to play an important part in makin|( of rural lite more attractive, already, and U we> endure we NURSING THjB WOUNDED Xt: takes strength and eonraffe to nurse tke weuoded. Evety .jfenan should make karsflf lit for war's call at home or abroad. Health aad streoKtb are within the reach of everf woman. They are brought to you by Dt.' Pierce's Favorite Pi�Krlptiqn. Take tbis medleiae, and tiierf !s a safe aod eertain remedy for the ekroaie weaknesses, dfraagsmenta, and diseasss peculiar to woneo. It will build ajp, strengtbeo, aad iaviRorate every "^ruh-doirh" or deUsate woaoaa. It as-aiste the natoral tanetloBS. At some period in her life, a woman FARM_LANDS Of tibe Hudson's Hay CompnnT tttd Caicarr and adwontoc Lan-i go. citv AND FARM^MOR JQAQIS 1 he H. Macbeth Agency S. Dunham to retire troin the execu-tivo of the U. F. A,;ti^li>8ar? Rumor has it that Jiecauae of Mr. Duniiam's private bt^slnesB making it difficult^for Mm to give his services to the organizatioa; > there is a pos-sibiiity that he Will'retire from the bbari ot the U. F,, A. this year. Jh view of this tact it is well tor all concerned to consider |ttaa matter, aud what the organization .and the country,-and partioularljf adfttherh Alberta la liable to lose provided, that he sliould retire. No doubt .))ut' that the ; devotion of Mr. Dunham's ability and ; experience to this Important work has much to do with the great Influence that the organization sp deservedly enjoys. Dunham Is,� � ot President Wood Who know Dunham flcult to see thatvr policies adoptad.ny the president are work appealed at least partially,tra '�� - �� ----- Instance the meeting terests with the i,^, .was first, praotJ�e4,vj|yVMr,',Dunhani Dunham was responsible for the're intho LethbriiiiBeA^ardvof trade be- markably large attendance, partloular; fore It became the^PoUoy.ot the far- ly from the rural places, y^,, mers' organija^oniM^.jirblleMr. Dun- Mr, Dunham was urged to stani! for ham la a per8ona|;indnilrar and friend office in our federal and munlcinal Of the pro8i�Unt,^he:doeii jiOt follow,elections, but public office does not him blindly, and'.has'beei* Jcnown to appeal to him. Besides he says that oppose the prealdent.qtjlifl^^ mat- riis office in the U. F. A. should not'W ^&�l>;r'n.inV in tera li, w^lch hetJiqwihtt^^^ used for personal advantage, 'ind. SKriaht Sid^ I was wrong at tUe'eifpensei of his own while ho har not hesituted t^gUe'his Swk-lavorlte Pre-popitlarlty. No.to^q^^^^^^^^ personal support to those whom he wiptlon and it coS ham's sincerity, apd his long oxperi- has thousht should-be elected, ha hat " enoe wlthitarmera',organisations, his insisted that sueb oupport be olearly ntiinatp knowledge;,^ tho farmers' understood as bis personal support business 4,ogQtlvBr, with Ws profession- and In no way f commit tho oreknisa-a and business .o�porlonoq oualities tion of which ho Is aa orficinl ^ ' " l�lm for tho position of Tlce-tfrosident The U. F. A. and the Canadian coun, in such iiwBy^ia?jfejvVw,*n have the oil of agriculture are bodies off suoli- aae/^r^^^^ t 3r�n'l'Cp^"�teV"l^^^^ And while immense importance at thS p'rS w?5l4 fi^me disf^^Kk ^^^^ the Highest in Quality But Not in Price. A Full Line for Tomoirirow R. THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 Dunham, and as tablet or liquid form. Send'Dr. Pierce, Prsa. Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Inatl- � treijeabla to him. For chairman ot the promotion aud pubJio- tute. Baffs^o. ^- V;'�^,0)M,,r.i>'l' ond 2S head lioraes. To l^e told aa going eoncej>n.  for PRICE and TERMS APPLY to Thie,Trusts & Guarantee Cdmpany Limited . CALGARY,and uethiridqe, alberta' 80-r: the same. 334. . All IVrlYalb:Bills for: ActSj of in- ' corporation: shall so framed as to In- ; corporate by rsferenoe.tha clauses of the: ; gonocul iVols relating . �o' tbe details: torf bo provldfld-.for; by: such Bills. Speoiat'i gru�dM shall be established for any pro- si posed departure front this principle, or ; tor'.theilntroduotlbn of other provisions.^': as to such! details,: and, a: note shaUivbe'i appended tO' the Pill, indicating the .prOi'S, visions thereof, in which the general,Aotl .is proposed to Jie departed from.',Billa: which are not framed in, accordance with , this Rule Bball be re-'cast oy  the promot-ers and reprinted at their expenstt:be(ore any Oommlttee passes upon:the ol^uses.;';' 838, When any Bill for oonflrmlnf'aoy* letters 'patent or,:ftgreeipent: lis presented: '%':'-:'y''^-''VA-.........f 40hn r, cowkll; Clfrk of the MalslaUve AaeembU:; . AnyrNewspapers.pubHshln- -^-'�i>fi :,t.j�^^,WppUtVft^^^ 76?0057739 ;