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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 THE LlSTMftRIDGR DAILY PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT FIGHT REMOVAL OF Returns From Municipal Conference In That the cities of Alberta Will fight most strenuously against any atteirtiH on the of the hoard of public utilities of the pruvlncin to remove from the limits of the tfltles nny Of the present Is the port of a report by Com missioner Meeeh or prosojitatlon to the local city Cnmmlsalonef Meech returned last night from Cal gary he attended the cmifer once ot city authorities from Kdmon Hat nnd Loth bridge to deal with this Four werepassed which summed up the work of the The first opposed allow ing any subdivisions he taken out of the The second resolution opposed any reduction or compromise of the act ual taxes levied ou these lands and In The third declared If the utilities board changes the present system of assessment reducing the the cities believe In case of a sale of nny of the property BO affected they should have onehalf the unearned increment over and aboVe the average assessment of the years of the reduced The fourth resolution puts the cities of the province on record as being opposed to a limited or fixed assessment of any parcel of land for any definite period of No representative of the board of public utilities was Lower Assessments With the possibility of lower as sessments staring them in the Commissioner Meech tried to draw from delegates an expression of opinion as to a change in the system of assessment peculiar to Western whereby the asnonsmont on bullrtlniis and Improvements Is very He wanted to know what they thought of a reduced assessment on the thus reducing the taxes on subdivision lite difference to be made up by an aRfteasment on buildings of 100 per or some figure near the full However the delegates did not seem disposed to espress although they thought the system of taxa tion In cities would have to be sup plemented by art Income The city of Rdmonton Was asked to lot the other cities as soon as the results of their ven ture Into the Income tax WESTERN PROBLEMS Mayor Hardle Is leaving in a cou ple of days for Victoria to attend the eighteenth annual convention of the Union of Canadian on July in and I txpect it win bo tho largest convention in the his tory of said the mayor to the Herald this morning Mayor Mardie as president of the or ganisation hap specially invited repre BentatlvoB of the various provincial and the boards of pub lic utilities to be presetit to discuss the affairs of tho As tiie convention will be largely western in its delegates this western problems are likely to re ceive wide The finan ces western cities will therefore be to the ami Mayor Mardie slates that he has some plain truths to tell the delegates in this connec One of the experts the con vention will be com missioner of finance for the city of who will apeak on taining of Municipal Mayor Mardie le not sure whether he will remain at the const for the remainder of the He is feel ing considerably If he con tinues to grow better after his recent he may take a short holiday before returning to the If not ho is likely to go to the Mayo Bro thers hospital at CITY REPORTS ON BE READY George Porter and his staff have not completed n compilation of their records for1 this constituency following they to have tho city reports com piled Porter advises every registrant to pllt down hlfl or her number on a naiST to ho hnpt some safe place so that they will ho able to write to Ottawa and ask that lost certificates be also nsks that those registered at Booth Crystal call on him as soon ls ponslhle to have their properly made fly some mistake the reg istrar there signed up heir cards us ing 08 an the first number and 3 as the the number should hnOe been 224 and the second number The first number Is that of the which Ih the case of Lethbrldge is is consti tuency Is down In Nova so that all tho Crystal Luke card would appear as having been issued in Xova which would produce groat Porter also desires to have it stated that where Here was considerable of a mixup over regis tration WHS not In his but in the Macleod NEW STORE OF THE HUE Declared by travellers to be one of the very finest in the the new store of the Consumers Hard ware on nth Street South WIIH opened to the public on TUcndny of ibis week and Within a few all he moving operations will lie Tin new Store Is Jodated otle dimr north of the folnpattyH old It Is In the Bentley purchnspd during the winter by The Interior of the store boon com pletely renovated and and presents a fine The nmln which is I2r by 50 has one main entrance on the leaving a show window on therlghf allowing for a pleasing display of New fixtures have boon the whole being devoted to shelf and house At the rear of one sec tion Is a npeclul room for blacksmith nnd other heftVy At the j rear of the other section Is a paint department 25 by Mo A ship receiving and checking room Is also provided at the rear of ibe main Another feature Is i large cloak and rest room for customers with convenient tolkl accommoda The office is located up the overlooking UKI main They are beautifully finished and equipped with the most modern coni floor build1 ers hardware iiotise fur trunks and bags are The second floor is used UH 11 store room at There is also a full sized basement for storage pur allowing tho company to carry a large and complete line of every thing in Manager IB very proud of the new home of the Consumers and invites nil the com panys patrons and friends to call and look over the new The companys new telephone number Is ON LEWIS APPEAL July for hearing the appeal entered by the minister of justice against the deci sion of the appellate division of the Alberta supreme court In the are under considera tion by the In view of the peculiarities of the it Is suggested that a special term of the supreme court may be called for the Should the decision of the Al berta court be upheld there is like lihood that the whole matter again will have to be submitted to par liament and legislation enacted with a retroactive Makes a good car better For Piston Rings A piston ring seal maintains the power of engine for steep for racing at top speed find for loafing along on When the oil film between the piston rings and cylinder walla has the correct body and lubricating qualities it holds compression keeps your engine running makes your motor responsive to the slightest shift of the IS YOUR CAR A GOOD CLIMBER Almost any car makes a good showing along smooth pavements and up gentle But to take stiff grades on to get a flying start when you open the to get mast miles and most power out of every gallon of requires piston rings made gastight with an oil of the right body and lubricating oil that forms a seal between piston rings and cylinder that minimizes that helps the gas to give full value in dependable has just the right body to form this gastight seal between the piston rings and cylinder It doea not break down or lose its lubri cating qualities under intense It doesnt gum in summer nor congeal in It overcomes friction and lessens carbon lengthens the motors useful life and keeps it in prime condition the year Polarine is made in two and Polarine It is supplied in one and four gallon sealed in 12i gallon steel barrels and There arc aleo Polarine oils and greases for effective transmission and differential Buy Polarine where you gct Premier the sign of the Red Writt ut at Roam 704 Imperial OH far interesting booklet on Polarine for Automobile Lubrication IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED BRANCHES THROUGHOUT July Dominion government has Issued a ruling whereby it will be necessary for all live stock to secure a license from the Dominion food board before shipment of tnyv live itock across the American border to United States markets can be As a result of the information the live stock men met in conference at the Alberta itock yards and passed a resolu tion declaring that such an order would not work a hardship if any Intended embargo would only ap ply to cattle of a breeding qual and if permission were grant ed by wire promptly for all fat and butcher cattle which it was desired to send across the line to the American POLARINE FOR PISTON RINGS GALBRAITH SCHOOL PROMOTIONS Grade to Grade Grade VI 1o Grade Frank Marjorle Andrew Jean Teddy Stanley John Foz Jessie Elsie Fred Albert Alice Clara Fred Marjorle Isa Marjorte Howard Willie Grade V to Grade Fun Tom Bessie Albert Frances Gordon Me Lyndall Fred Laura John Hetty Beasie Grade IVto Grade Willio Madeline Alice James Opal Mar garet Mary Ida Leita Clifford Arthur Hector Pea Marion Lizzie Mike Ada Edward Jack Walter Tur Vera Sarah Willie Lillian George Os Edna David Dor othy Harold Joe Mor Malcolm Robert Nais Lillian Henry Margaret Katie Grade 111 to Grade Joe Minnie Lily Mary Jim Tom As Nick Tom Isabella Emily Harry Calvin Dun can Jesse James Willie Laura Renerd Vera Auule Hugh Ethel John Ada Edward Kate From Grade II to Grade John Lucy Willie Freddie Vincent Charlie Elaine Edgar Albert Burn Helen Frank John Albert Clarence Annie From Grade I to Grade Clifford Bessie Marjorle Frank Lillian Violet Cecil Lizzie Annie Winnie Jamea James Cather ine Robert Alice Lo Marie Lizzie Nais Willie Lizzio Park Wil lie Alfred Helen George Swodv Jeane Jimmie FLEETWOOD SCHOOL Promotion from Grade I to Justus Norman Brecheni Willie Nellie j Evelyn Josuphlue Dor othy Bernice Marguer ite Marie Malcolm Grade 1 to Grade Od Gordon Flora Jim Hilda Eric Edith Arm Sidney Lila Jim Cbarlio Har1 old Madge Mary Law1 Arthur Frasuj Me Bon j Fred Mabel WalK Dorothy Bobby Stewart Al berta Arthur Hflon Grade II to Cirndn III Promoted from Grade II to Grndf Grade II Orettfl llousnr ICdna Wlllln Linard Jnnina Charles Tu Grade II to Roy Arthur John Harry Leslie Walter Nettie Nell Daisy Gladys Reg gie Clem Grade IV In Doris Krnust Fred Lottie Elva Jean lUith Jur Joe IV to John Eric Robert Don Kverett Jack Wel Scott Kathleen Kditli Olive Grade V to Grade Norene Norman Earl Francis Paul Joe Amelia Claude Me Helen John Grade V to Grade Bjock Kathleen Leslie Doris Kathleen Grace Thomas Douglas Norman lOliza beth Stanley Doris Laura Helen Schu Lorone Dwigbt Grade VI to Grade Kathleen GeorgA John Irene Eric William Gladys Viola Harry Bertha Luella John Grade VII to Grade Frank Eva Grace Eunice Fred Rob Lillian Emma Ivy Alice Vera Mary Ida Arthur of was run down by a bicycle while crossing the roadway at the Queen street sub and received injuries to his face and Food Will Win the War Serve your yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to Lands to acre irrigated land up to 20 years to Loan to assist settlers on irrigated Get full particulars and free illus trated literature from ALLAN GlBISljL 9G5 lit CALGARY AT YOUR CALL you will always find ready this undertaking establishment to do your bidding on any nnd ALL MORTUARY OCCASIONS Prompt attention willbo given to cemetery inter ment or shipment ol Hills rendered are always reason MacKAY MacKAY Phone 1802 3rd OP CANAbA Are Your Children Learning to Save Money Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account In the Union Bank of with opportunities to save and training In how to expend money Such an education Inthrift and saving will prove Invaluable In later LEfHBHiflGEBRANCH Manager CARDSTON BRANCH Manager BARONS BRANCH Manager Builders Supplies WOOD FlflflE EMPIRE LOW LETHBRIDGE AND MEDICINE HAT ROOF BUILDING AND TAR FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND BEAVER PLATE MURANESE COMMON AUTO MINING The Western Supply Equipment FOURTH LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1044 AUCTION SALE of USED AUTOMOBILES AT FRANK WADDINGTONS ROOMS On FRIDAY Next AT THE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE OFFERED 1 1917 1 Overland Touring 1913 1 Ford 1917 with convertible truck 1 Ford 1916 1 Chevrolet 1917 Cars will he parked In front of Wuddlngtons Auction Rooms on Friday morning at 9 Intending are invited to Inspect and try out any car from that time up to time of FRANK AUCTIONEER AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE On Friday Next AT OCLOCK AT WADDINGTONS AUCTION ROOMS Including VERY HANDSOME DINING SUITE in quarter cut comprising set of dining chairs all arm extending dining table and Massive Buffet large sized chest of drawers a pair of grass chairs Edison STANDARD PHONOGRAPH with cab inet of records oak tressers with stands handsome brass complete with springs and mattress Singer Drop Head Sewing Machine 7 flat top office desk baby buggy 5PIECE PARLOR SET in Al order brand new REX been used and pncod at kitchen table kitchen chairs autl many other TERMS CASH PHONES WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE AUTO REPAIR SHOP We have opened a garage and repair shop at the old Palace Livery Stand and are ready to do all kinds of auto are mechanics who understand business having hsxi years of recently with the Ford Garage of this We guarantee thorough and completely satisfactory THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP COOK PECK 308 SECOND 665 ;