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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ...., .J^ftis^ij.. ,'^\J.'y^VAGE SIX* vJKiiaie IS iating MPiK;:a'ta3^?i^le Here , te|�*yewi.,l)r.eHai;e;. Maj'.or. IlnnUe 3nnbddect;to ilart ailvertlalng taC lists In �l�out, thrne weeks' time;' lie tirW- the M^rwld'this fliornlrifr Banker! Want Mohfcy ' "The clty'a bankers ai-e after us." he continued, "l^st year from all ourcescOf revenue we'failed; to pay back within Jf>O.Od(� of what we borrowed for current expenses. The payment of the ."ichool. board's needs In full %as the cause, so the bank Is asking us what we are going to do. There Is oniy one thing to do-sell tlie, land tin which tax arrear-s are lodged." The city's last tax sale was lield hi 1914 ^wheu practically air the arrears M-lth the exception of a few In I91S were cleaned up. In 1914. 1915. ISlfi nnd 1817. arrears moilhtiuK to -over 4600.00t� piled up. TBls is considerably more than one years t.ix levy and tie commissioner of finance says ii is S MSTHBRimie -DAILY HEtop . OF FUTUK PEkCE time to call a halt.' Clean Up.Indebtedness ^VhPther lands will be sold tor the arrenrsi of 1914, 191ft nnd,19ir. still remains to bo decided. On" those three yehrs there ii*.more then J45n.00O worth of taxes unpaid. T'hemayor at.Tlcs thill I Militaristic Object in ,. ; ... �-- ^- �>:^"> Inspoctor.Phior, bus boon In. jlnipiodwbyjjho chief ji\UhoCl-.i Africii ilGHT RATES MAY GET AN INCREASE Raise of Z Ce;nts Kilowat Would Reduce Tax Levy^^on-siderably ' mv VII. ^ Ii�m3uvann�;^n \\i ttiv. and pay Into the .linking fund wl\�t is owed by the current account. .\s no sinking fund wa.^ paid Inst ywir ihU'^us _^_____. qiilto ft P'ffnny. U Is pos.slblc, however, " " that only the 1302.000 ontstnndlng ihx- , � Loudon. Jan. 29.-I.Iot\l. Gen. Jan I", es of 19U and 1915 win be sold. Of ! Smuts, lecturing before" the Unyal this about IR per cent will not go un-: Oeographlcal Soclely on feast .\trieu def the hammer as It belongs to sol- , last night, contrasted tho British and dlers who arc ftghtluR overseas. This . Oerman colonial vtawjiolnts, Qarmany would reduce the total to about Jl'50,- was not looking for hoitiea for s'ottlers 000. Whether this will be sufficient and had no popnlatiop, particularly the mayor has not yet decided. farmers for emigration. "J Lender the city charter it takes nine Germany's colonial aims, the general weeks to advertise the land to be sold isald, were n^nr-reach-for taxes. It Is therefore unlikely ; Jiig conception of world politics. Iter that the tax sale will be held much be- i real aims were military and In getting fore May. But it is coming-sure as i strategic positions tor exercising world fate, and the m^yor issues a solemn i power. �erraany's. ainhltlou. he add-wanilnB that 11 Is no bluff this lime, i cd. was for a great Kjast and.Centnil j African empire, embracing .the colonies now owned by tho iJrItlsh, Belgian, French and Portuguese, lying south of Lake Chad, .ind n.orlh of the Saihbos river. � , This territory, Cifineral Sidiits - declared, was first to supply, raw matcr-lals for the German empire, but was tics of the A,f. }'i that all auto lIccDacs. tii�it bo .secured Jantwry 31,' after which dnto �>v. . >  > > i> * * * surprise yon jf, one of these fine day,-*, yoii were to receive your electric light bilVa^d after scanning :t. rind that theTatff chafg^d-was 12 cent* jter kllow.itt. 'After this intimation you wouldn't for that is exactly what Iho coininissioners are talking about- un liicrease of :; tents per kilowatt on jUie electric-light rate. , { Reduce Mill Rate �' *T\'e mnst reduce the will .rate ".f taxation somehow/' said MayOr Hardle thi.s morning, "if th^ people are to bo able to pay their taxes promptly and the city thus enabled to mew Its yearly obligations. Medicine Hat has set us a precodent. It has raised its gas rate commencing with the new year { lajn lui tilt; vicilliv . , about !?5 per cent. Commissioner Free-I mainly for raising a great African man is not enUiusfctstic over an In-; army to carry out Uev schemes^ of crmise of the electric light rates but I i world conquest. ihiuk hP !;eos that something must bp , (Jonnany. General Smiits said, pro-done lo .?ectu'e us more revenue. Thi.' : posed to have h.rbors on the Atlantic increase would probably atffount to nn ' .lud Indian cdasts of Africa for nation-average of, 50 cents a month ou the : ai and submarine bases from which ordinary house light bill. 1 don't i both ocean roiites could be dominated think many people would object when j and Anglo-Amerlc*n sea power they know that it wotdd reduce our , brought to nought, tax levy.annually" by...\bout $30,000 or | "As long as there is no real change more. Tha'l would decrease the mill j of heart in Germany, no irrevoc.tble rate by abont-three mills." ) break with militarism, the law of selt- And 'that's /he ontlook. There is j preservation must be considered pnrn-lidlhlne dofiuile about It but It is more \ mount. No fresh extension'^of Prus-than .1 possibility-it l?a probability, i slan militarism to other coutineuts and -.--�'-�'> " I seas should bo toleratfed and the con- quered colonies can only lie regarded i-.s guarantees for the future peace of the vi-orld." Germs W THE Am ALl TRANS THIS DIVISION flNTIiiC.N.R. Lieut. May, Who Aided:in Capture bf y^'e^lf^'.: Known l*hcre " ' Calgary, Jan. 38l-i.,ieut.;Af�y ot tho Strathcona Horse,' who lifts been mentioned 'in dispntchos as having, \^th Licnt. Uuthorford ot the same corps, cnpfured 7B Huns, Is the eldest.son of lil^nt. Col.-^Iny.the assistant adjutant general tor Military District No. 1'3. Lieut. Jlay, )f bntl-ly wouudetl men in the army, is growing in Importance: Out ot thirly-flvo wounded men whb could not have sur-vlved otherwise twei�ty-two were^snv-ed Uj- this process-. '  taken by police "the Kluslvo Carl Cattell," by uitoo-tlvo^HosUoth, of the Alboria Provincial Police, i( thO lutoat amnm J^aing^jn-nctod in police circles. The vlllnin of tH� ploOo Ivstlll.A): lftr��.': Lia^t et-enlitk Uotootlvo Hes^oth. whb had been disimtchod post 'haste to Culbank, Montnnil) lo bring back CattcU, who waa.'snpposod lb have been cnptured liy the sheriff there, came back empty-hnndod. ' , r "llho man whom the sheriffrU;(^d taken 4a t\ result of the description apKSMITH�U>an barreUM �traig)it'oB�a, rum reitoek-d, :gun work done, by ft guBtmw. keya made,"tocka,repaired, Wojrclep, ^typewrlterR^phonographa. viit U|M -naclilnerjr.Tepkired, l� Ave. South. prtico^hoUBei't to 3 iji. m,;-7 to 8 p^.- ',Te|j;plione.l^63, PtANOyUNiNft -V ^ O. H. OrtiPtS. HXPBRT TUNVn-PUyoivPiano. alid Orgao .Mpalrer; 0 gears' tactorr eaperiewB*. Hbfr ouraCertUicata M.l-8everal the headqualrterB staff of the piiliUa department have, it is understood,-been anUioriaed by ordeV-ln-counclI simitar .work by the Gan�dian;North- V WouHast Chancg !! for a- c �iifl f�l ypur Ucket firdin Next of Km, 0. D. E mmI Vetertnt or Ph^iic 372; jlaliyGranJ OlONOTCiEOFF Amsterdam, Jan. SSI^.^.big general strike in Berlin anndtm(;pd for Monday by leaflets distributed at the end of last week did norma^ertallMi according to advices from, the Qerman-fapi-tal. The agitation-had onl}^- limited success, although tbh 'stviko leaflets were spread from house, touhouse 'in Berlin andrhe suburbs.'>Tlie trades unions refused to co-operate and only In a few sections did the factory work-; men atriko; Tlie tho 3trike is said to have arisen from lack of central direction. > iwoMW^ A.GiSPENCE'S P|IONE; 1142 > �24 Hour Service Train Calls ProR)ptly Attendsd STAND AT MOTOR SALES, . LTD. ;> 36-13 FARMLANDS Of ttie Hudson's bay Cmnpaay and Calgary and Kdmontoo Laal Co. : . ' CITY AND FARM MORTGA0C8 The H. Macbeth Agency _j^^'^.T* HOSPI-rAWB Haartem's �priv�W"i lors, opposite Cotjrt House. OUlca phoni' 561. residence pbaae X17S. Open day and night i BOB'S AUTO UVERY Closed and heated cart for city ind ccintry trips. Hospital calls a specialty. STAriD, ALEXAN9A HOTEL OAV AND NIGHT SCRVICB Tractor Repairs We Mjieclaliite in reborlng gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistbnft and. rings. We have in stock at prosenr 'overslie pistons for all popular makes of gah tractors. ' Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. ' 216 1st Ave. S. -Phone ^732 PULLEY'S  AUTO LIVERY Phon6 1540 10,000 COYOTES WANTED '.Will pay tronj S�.00 to $�.00 for Good Hides. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO. RearC.P.R, Telegraph Offices References*.* Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence PlTona 326 ' WacKAJf A MacKAYr-FONKRAL Directors and Practical Embalmers:. office and rdsid^Ce." Motor - and horse drawn equipment. SOa.ard Ave. S. Phone ISOH. Alwaya oyeu, never closed. PAltM PROOUCE/ DRS. CONNOR, MoNAmiV:i:JAMIft I aoB^-Offloe,' 109i aHirlbokTsifllbck. 'i.- Telephones; Off loo 819; Phbnea;' onica 841: RaS- �I!Si;?.1'*t"�' ��� ����PP�rd Block , fPPoaito Starland TheatM, roona � X.SO to 8.80 p,m. jiBdr;r^frf:gi8d p,m.' J j" 8ti8.. Phona-4'�l4>-.;> ;*!'/. V ul '-A"??'''' �"8n4 Ave/south, Uoura ll;ia, M ahf M. ^telephone day and night; 18�lt,v 2�eii 1/iV. 0. \t. LfcJUCH. ,>iibi.-.(J.M.. Physi: Clan and Surgeon, - Olfioe, Sherlock Blocjc, Lothbrldgo. Phone-aM, Resi-dence mi �th Aventft, PhoVa XOOT. ""'oejiours: ,U 16 i".i5; 1,30 tu -'-Ofl: t to 8; Sundays'. 1.30 to 8.00. DOCTOR MARTIONY-rAt^ Gardston. Fliysician and Surgeon. Accouchoui-.' Office In tho Wood and WooU-Slock. Phone pay and Night IBS; Olllce also In Cardston Phurmdoy. Phoiie day 3. .' '- ��� 36_(i __ DEWTAt DR. M. J. GIBSOfr^^blpTiST QRa1> uata or Royal Collega of Dental Sur gfOBB Toronto atid bolder:at a Dom-Italon Dental Cer�neata: Office: rooms 5-8 Bryan Blbok: Phon� 1071. DR. U 1'. AI.Hfl.>;-DfcNTl^*. (slJC- .-- rM^MJtk^ AiaAm AOV^m* cessor to Ore. Coiirlttia A 4llctirtst). Graduate of Unlverelly of Haryland, Room, sjo Macdonald :Bl��bk. Phons U�iJ^thbrldge^ MARlia AND MARRS-rrliliJNT. JIh�/!!"' 5?"? 9 to,6. OtOoa: .aig-Inbotham Block. Phone 374..- . FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALkr HAY.'PO'IATOES AND ALFALFA MIlAIi. Inspectors at'Conldale, Letbbrldge, Raymond and Magratta. Whether you want to bay or sell we will mail ycu our Weekly Market Card on request. / 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING / Lethbrldot -: ~: ti. 1 - Phone,.. 7T> yi. i btoyo. Mgr., Rc�. Phone 366 M. R. Harcll. Acct., Res.'Phone 1763 SECOND: h'anD STORE. NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, G-16 'Thirteenth St. N. Furol-turcbougbt and sold. Repairs neat# Utg-ittbotbam Block. Pbi(>i�e^l6l6.y;;; i^' UK, '1'. W. FOX-DBNTIi^T,- OfeADlP ate North Western Dental' University. Chicago. Office r:^6i^a 7�;�; res-idonoo phono ll.S. .Offices: Uuloji Bank Building. -l' IW-O i___CHIROPRACtOKa ' SMITH A BMlTHr-HniUM' iilttlTii and, Juno B. Smith.-If ypu are sick and want to regain hoalth, taks spinal adjustments and get well Office in residence, 003 7th Ave. 8., opposite Model Bakery, hours l>,30 to 5, 7, to 0,. Phone lG7l jMUSIC' I .Moose Jaw, Jan. JOiirTThlivCUy was visited by two. dlsastroUB.'.fU'es this morning, the first b^lngVdt turner & Witchell Btflea at Kani^edyfa 41fi 11th Bt^ CodCp.p. DRAYING , OfAUKiiidii WestcrnTifansfcrCo. �friea^. P.�o. wilpamsn" �� ,MJSS AILEHN iM. JONISB-PinnoforlC Playing and Theoryt-tsupervl^ion-^f H. 'C.~ C. Salmon. One. hundred' per cent, of pupils entoted for-the, ex-amlnailond ot the Jloyal Academy and Royal fcollegr^of, MuiJft;; .Lon-/ don. BSj., last year were sacoessfui; Studlo.--623 9th StrOet '.South,': y jdiis;, w- II. .lOHNsbi*-iraACHEu of Pianor Harmony and Theory, ver ten yeara'teachlnj; experience. Studio fttlly.o(|Ulppe/|;:.-wlUl,' board, keyboard,.scale ladder, mod-'Ulattng board,^a*ia2$ 6tJ) Ave.' A.^'South. ���^ MISS GLADYS. ATTREB wlll:Tecoif , mence her dauclitg classes.on^Uiura-' day next, at thr V.jM. C. A:,v?Ball room, classical -and- fancy dancing for children -and > adults. .lii;it of classes: Every.'iThri^jiiday^^BlIot and Fancy Danc|b(,^8t:;4',30i'r'BoyR and girts of High- v^JBchool - at 8 o'clock; adult bnllrooin. dancaa at fl o'clock. Every Friday-^Duncing , and Deportment for,,BlrlSi.nnd boys at 4,30; classical-.dan9)ng-aud>.tech-, : nique for adults at S^oSclook. P^iVatu j lessons by nppolntmeii't.' Pbone^.lCgC. EYES TESJED J M HEMDIRSON SIGHT 3FttI.MI.ST Dl^flClllt^ .1 SpVe|Nfl?* ^ TTiB"'VALBTCrfpB;c|lSir8TS-IN � rfonch:-l?ryVCleanlngi.Onr proceas: ellminatea-danger' of-liljttlry !to> gar'. . ments. Only ^bet: highest - olqaa' worlt /turned out. Nq dyelu.. Immodlatf atentioD is gtyen^pfdera.; ^34 6th Street Bouth/'Phon� 1812. Loo SAltf^r-Claaning, t>rasslnB,/ pairing and alteratlona wall idaua �( ,,Masonabla pri6�ai ,-Wa calj-- "� Videliver gooda. 419 6Ui.:8MY� Vphonem-.. : -y iBB,WlK6, AaTnlJor; ttpBii; -prdsslng-aqtd repairing. Hlgb.V',olM� work at lowest r�;lcea. Delivenrfrfw; lis 7tb St. 8..'Phoa� ,1019, i '>2ie-84' ELECTRICAL ENGINES ?.m�)itrical Bngine�r'^(^4 .