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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE ________ Local News Where To Find It .H'UY '2. PEOPLE ACCEPT DIME KARE R'ESIQNEDLY Iiu-rense in General Rate Only One Mill Oul of the Increase of Three Over Last cludes Government The Medicine Hat Kcbonding Wax Thrown Out- One ct ilto blggctt financial "rob lems with wlilcli the city commission- ers have been faced the Bilug the mill rate so that (lie burden would thai (be to meet II. It would be With 123 Autos Carrying 1000 Children, Sight Was Good j To Hi'hold to mee thing like sis weeks lor Ihe umm-M Lit ?oe mill rate fin- Tilf biKSCft aislu Jiararle flai city look on IJoiuimo allv -truck at 38.S7 for ttlbllc tlu. [ddaii-s of Ibe wl. 41 19 for Separsle School taw-, .emmd-r that, bo'und it b "The following General Debenture Library...... Hospital...... Puulji- Krhonls Separate School FINED ON LIQUOR CHARGE For being i" liquor In a place other lhan n private dwelling, to wit the Whitney Block. Gertrude Orey was brbuEht into collrl lho vitv jiollo.'. under the instance. of'ueleclivo Sid WalliJ. and was mulcted the sum of .___________________ j I The Lothbrlllge Aquatic Association 'r.lehrate'i Dominion day with a lie-i... salta and Aquatic Carnival at Hen I... 7. ThM in ,h. i 5 lii's'for Hit occasion. mullne relM n> the >-tnt-; commodore seio-iuiu I 'TUB prorjss'uii when formed Decided At .Sunday Meeting 'I'o Continue Relief While Strike leasts tu tlie t of yesler iars when i.-u mil the four fi faros unif into oiw-ra- llon. tlirrc was "r> demur any kind an pur: of the trav- elling public to wee; llie uew schedule. There a p.ulu1. ular run on ih'J yuKhiise of tickets o! whiili vinst to JCO..' worth were sold. UimJ humor was everywiu-re in the "stand and deliver" piu- and llie eenoral exper- ience of tile limtoruieti that there was ii'i of any kind. utl Tho 38.S7 includes the one r.lil! for Kovornrnent tax. While the whole mill rate ex.-ccds that of last yejr by llircc mills, the general rale U only one mill over that of the general rain of The was lows: General Debenture Public School lloverninenl tux rending relief lo the ,ni 10 1-c.l.- ,he T. f K.upain, ririse wilh local labor men came number of spectator.-, fhe 1C.6 mills s.ri milts 9.6' mills 1.511. mills MOVE TO ENFORCE THE EARLY CLOSING BYLAW Tho city police. owiuK to curanlalnts irado by the raercbaiits. intcn-J to ric- enforce the Early Closing by- law. As it preliminary. Herbert hem- stel'n was siinimoiKtl for hi' store open niter the prescribed limn- on Saturday niglil and was nnc.u 51 and SCliellie WUICIl ratepayers the temporary relief of 4 mills, 'was Jully EOiie into liy the com- missioners and after minute Total 35'7 Inilh The McJiclnn Mat -re-bunding wlilrh woulil fiavi- given the th? amusement of a very considcra ck down provisions. At day Bomethinc'beyoniJ a holWa much fur. the not in to the imperial viu >-u. somu tins 'implied by the Ellison Mills. These 'bore carsoes of merry tivei The car owners of the city rose to the occasion, and the youngsters will the was couH not The commissioners 5eo wlicrc the advantage was to be gained in llmnifih the in "Ksl years. The interest on long I bonds in iilEO heavy, in proportion. I'le UCtoalUii, nu't "---ft----- liave reason to remember the Doiutu ion'Day ride to Henderson i'arli. INTERNATIONAL CLASH lie small hours of this A club picnic wound up an after- noon of onerjMlir fun making. The following arc Ihc events and winners: Sailing tiace (twice around course) slartccl. one fell by tho way- OW..L ...iiiion of labor in sin-c and into the drink through a he po iticaTfleld of the farmers. An between s sKlnne "Ed George Colaras, Jnviiatlon was exl.nded to to, lllct.rew: a close race tool> Mrin smumoiM 'to, W "unmioued by the city police for at the U.F.A. a, bnchanl miners' local, tirpeil the need of re- lief and falil ll would he iiroperl) A resolution was passed lo continue to send such relief as j conlii be secured for the duration of I lorninRl n "rcehles. of ail-j on labor unrest close, fast and RED SEAL BUT-A-PATS Farmer Offered S55 Per Acre For Standing Crop of the Year Th; report cemM from Cojldsle from that a farmer in that tfijlritt who hit fine of alfalfa on a lEO-acre field hat teen offered S55 an acre fsr the year's crop by the Menno.v This offer ill more when it Is consid- ered that the ofler Is for ihe standing- crop. The owntr would rot need t? touch It. Anil what is still n'ore remark- able is that he turned int. offer down cold. II may not be to re- markable either when one con- the tircl crop w." tut tv.-o cf cured alfalfa to the acre, and ii a good oullooK Icr three crops thlc year. .AHaiU winter sold at S28 to baled. This comlns winter there is every likelihood that It will S" to MO and cvsn hlQher. Baled al- falfa in Lor. Angeles Is al >eo 3 ton .it the present llrr.e. j mrn made nu atlemrt i" Uvin'ctrtone al Xapau-ie. but wc'e scared away I'onstohle Heard, woo i caplnrcil one. in'lS l.l I" Kveri'phase of the mill rale was jus. td. Greek. As a consequence, John l at, there is nothing left for mi-jot counsel [hcKcr BURNING JMN ic Magistrate adjourned Ihc Sill. ent circumstances will have, lo EO with- i ,__ out. In aSnllioJi to bavin? to meet the expenditure incurred by rc.i'i1 Eranicd to the civil.' HUNGARIANS EVACUATE council bad to matte provision CZECHOSLOVAK AREA the advances granted last year, not eluded in the estimates at tho There were also six months sjUnries for four extra men by which the police i force was increased. aidreEsed tbe mcH-j ing with ttie usual line of socialistic doji" Two revolutionary folas were, by him. The ine-iiiM i_, concliidcil _willi the smcioE of IIK- i lied Flag." On July lllii :i dancj will be. held I at the Su'llllial scliool for whicll liuisit: will be furniEhea by the I-ethur.dge i.-ln Miners" Band. The proceeds ff c Monday, June will he Two dummy pDliCemen at head- quarters. New Yory, whose lifelike 'appearance caused a patrolman to Isalme and stand at attention, have 'been decapitntcd lo prevent further embarrassment lo new men. accordance with instructions from the governments it was announced today that the Hungarian troops have begun Ihe evacuation of Ihe Czecho- slovak territory, into which they had advanced. Miners DHIUJ. m, iused for the relief of the miners on v Ridjmtli Tulip Canoe event wai bv the "Old Stiffs" captained by D. X Smith, his opponents, a mixed oiil fit of age anil youth, urged on by T Ridpalh. couldn't 'ho, crenl'stylc to show their disgust. 1 The Tail End Race-A large field came under the slarter, and owing to strike. 1 lallHIK WlHJll uan-vji.i which they watcliius _two dogs linilUJ i i the wind in rear, the compclitors and spectators had a great lime: 1st, t.. irtiilpath; D. A. Smith; 3rd. R. Douglas McDonald and 1'CT j jjgclcod. v daughter Sadie were badly iujuroi! by i form of aquatic lour- falliiiE when a balcony-collapsed from brought lwo competitors to V- .Parkes. imddled by Uidpath and J. Johnson paddled by. D. A. Srottli; the 1 contertants tried hard to lay Mel other low. but with the best intent- ions in the world each failed to pn bis foe in the deep. Result, a tie. The Crab Raee was won by D. A Smith ami C: Butler. The Gunwale Race was won oy i. C Ridpatb with C. Thompson second, 'sailing Race (3 times-round the interesting race took place between Commodore Barrowman (The J. Johnson (The T C Ridnath (The Black ami R A. Smith (The Red the rat- ter coming in first with J. Johnson second and the Commodore Ladief Swimming Mrs. Trinwohhy; Trelwing. FOR SALE IN THIS CITY BV J. O lighting at Glace BayV'N- Introduced 40 years ago the best WAGSTAFFEg Real Seville Orange Marmalade ite lirint cdli ol ttc bciy. It nonclblct. Gel .he Z All Orange and 5 ccmsujiagc. BolleJ with care in Si ocoknut Wafers biscuit. A .rintle ,of toasted cocoanut eslt an added flavor. tn iscuit flavor, Som-Moi BUcfflmakes a delighlful any time, <1 In Stafttl (1 packages fnlf. -WEST BISCUIT I.; UMTED lakere of Let Aquatic Standard Set M.n and Bol....... Cjnocs for hli, members' Uretsincj convcn- The Royal Sank of it-r-nrnnrated 13S9 Incorporated HeadOIHce Capital Aulhoriied Capital Reserve Funds Tolal Assets Montreal President Hlr Herbert S. Holt. Vice-president and Managing L' General campbell. Supervisor of Central LOANS will maXe Lelhhridge Magrath Cardston Taber SOUTHED j K Atkinson, Msnasor W H. McKay, Q Dickson, Manager Service fir 'O The Gillette Safety Razor is unquestionably the favorite of every Gillette owner; and every other shaver will concede the Gillette is the razor for any man who is looking for real shaving comfort, The reason is not hard to find. You can shave yourself perfectly in. five minutes with a Gillette Safety Razor. It leaves your chm smooth, cool, and comfortable, There is No Stropping-No Honing; and it takes out a few seconds to dry the blade.- Here are two of the Gillette Safety Razor Sets that any jeweler, druggist, or hardware dealer can offer you. Please examine them today. MftOE IN CANADA NO StRQPPJNG-NO HONING WORLD OVER. The Bulldog Set ;