Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
F Thursday, July 10, 1913 THIi; LETII3BRTDGE JTERALD Page 5 Your order for Swift's Premium Ham and Bacon that you" have chosen the tendorest, finest.. flavored Harri _ and Bacon to be had. See that your dealer sends Swift's Premium. Look for the legend "Canada On all meat food products you buy Swift Canadian Co., Ltd. Toronto Winnipeg Edmonton THE PEOPLE'S SINGLE TAX Lothbrldgo. Herald; In 'the. Herald of jnna 19 there were some -extracts taken from the Morning Algerian of Calgary, which -were Intended to prove the lustlee, of .the ginglo toy gynteui, but which really show bow uniuat It may become In :nany ctsea. Take tbe fal-lowing extract from the as mi. example of single sophUtry: "If we ha'd full valuation upon bufJd-InSvupon' pgrsonaHty and land, wlib the license complete, would have a rate of 16.1 mills, The dlfterenco in taxation upon Mr. Owens' frlortd under full taxation and under single tax would he finout "whtcli is not BO very much for a man who has made about tlirough tlie enterprise of Calgary people anil ihrougb no ot'ort OR hlB purl; -lie certainly has no ostuse tp grumble, and Mr. Owon has no excuse to grumble foj- him." 'May TasK the edftflr_.of the Albert an If ihere is not Juat cause for grumbling when hta'turm is laxeil for more tliau-he can sell it tor? It would Bcenti from tlie statement, "but finds thai he is within the city that the city "of Calgary ha? 3GHOOL BOARD IMUor Uthbrldfe Herald: bnen hnnded-a lemon by the public school hoard 1 feel compiled in justice to myself to place the facts before tho citizens and taxpayers ot the city. The Anders tor, painting, were opened on Wednesday, June 25, Am tho amounts wore: J. E. Simons Decorating Co. Wellington Bros i Fmorv 1 62( contract was slvcn. to Wolllug ton Bros. Now the specifteatioritf made out hi tho school board, and which have t he signed by the suecoBsful contact or, aro very "xnlicit, desuriblng th mateilal to he used for the work an the terms of -payment, which aro 259 ono third pf the has ueo done, 25% -Vi'hert two-thifda has boo done, and 25% when the Job hya ben completed to t'ic satisfaction of th inspector in charge, and tho rematni" 25% thirty-three days alter compU tlnn. The board further proiecl then selves by a certain cheque for 10% of the amount annexed this farm for the purpose of compelling -him eight or ten hundred to pai' dollars yearly to the city treasury for which he Is to receive compensating "benefic, for Buch annexation doea not Increase, but rather actual value of his holding, the If It-fs rigtxt und-just for Calgary 6 yoor stomach to healthy vigor i Nfc-Dru-Co DyspepsU Tiblet th B Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia.TtbleU' ite tht bt-jl fr'.emla sutferen from indigestion and 50o. a Box it your Druggist's, by NdHotwl Druf and ChsrniaaJ of. Limited. eaclr teuder, so velyea In every possible way. right; that's good business, but as they are, they run no i nl all in giving tbe conimct to GRAND DUCHESS OLQA lowest tender, ahvays providing ibftil It IB not ridiculously low, and Is put IB reported In-St. In by a man complying with Ihelr ile- burg, win have her own way and wod mands regardinE security, because if i her wild cousin. Grand Quke Dmitri to collect tithes upon (his man's farm ttcro la any money to )ost on tho Pavlovlch, She haa juat recovered because 'Us valuo has been Increased job lie la the only one to lose it. from the measles. by ,the up of Calgary, before I-Iiavo carried out the work on tt formed a of the city's terri- j tory, than C.-H Irlbute ujj within thirty or forty tulles' distance, haa equal right to every farm for -everv one of Jinve j made more :vdiuiiilo by I growth of Calgary, tho Thtre'aro a number ot I now under- construction or v.iihvays already constructed In various parts of West- 1 added greatly to the value of the fari_._ in their' vicinity. According to tax logic the.itermerE should pay to railroads .the increased incre- ment tax on account of tlie increased tho schools the tvra ycarfi and I quite expected to get it again this year, because thought 1 was of getting a and fall show and what tho cost to was confident, limnvlnff was and what it n carry- out, tbe cuano.es 'were all in my favor. Now when the tenders were opened Job was given to Wellington Uros. Canada, ami these railroads have al a higher price than mine, although. It waa'pointed out by a. member of tho that m.y work hud, ucaved vMue1 that the roade to their THOROLD PIONEER DEAD St. .t'athorines, July a Upper, a resident of Thorold, expired .-suddenly yeaterday nfternoon at his horna. Ho wns 72 yer.rs of ago. My Corns Don't Hurt a Bit Smelly, Swoaty Post, Calluses and-Bunlpnc Curtd by fiend'at Once for'Froe Trial EKJHT EMPLOYEES OT CALGARY LANDS TITLES OFFICE ARE UNDER CLOUD July FbUowing the'dls- of eight omployeee of ihe jrov- jiclal governmojit's Jtttui titles office hero, ycslerday afternoon, after iui In- vest by provincifll detective's nto the mysterious disappearance of nffht cash dattne from the yenr 1S86, anfl the sum of which u-aa stolen from the cash hox n tho office, sensational rumors ave rife all ovor -the -city: The olght men who eeused their con- with tljo oro liarrlcuu, DulmagCj Durdette, Phelps, Kerdman, Eirldge, Sawyer nml Wilson. Several oC them have been taken to (he' city police d quarters, and have been interro- gated by Provincial Chief Nicholson. All deny auy knowleUse the your val-! nabCe spaco with long but T could not make.my explanation in a shorter one, nnd tharklny you in anticipation, I remain, "Yours faithfully, EMERY. 12S2 for FINE JOB PRINTING Having luuiirti IIOH t j several styles of superior quality stoclt to our equipment, wo aro in a better position-thftn over to aerve you. We ask tor. the, opiior-- tunity to snow you tho grade of work oan produce. The Herald Job Dept, Smith, Su'pt..'.