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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta "Ifciiif' RATES ieilfcred, per tr nail, WiiMUy, by mill, per year. t E T H B R Iff GTE P AIL Y JHi E K A L1 niTFFERIN QUEBEC, BEEOHE THE FIRE PICKED UP IN 1ASSING C. 0. Nonjs, a welt known Toronto diert'sins is dead W. A. Marsh, a well known Quebec shoe. -manufacturer, is dead. At a meeting of citizens Bellovue decided to ask for incorporation as a Ullsse Automobile Will Read This Book With Profit know Write for it to Don't put it off and forget ill DO vou want how some of the manager .of tba Kootenay Telephone erica and was built ou historic ground H was one of tlis jtnest and ini- widespread deputy W, John Torrance Director Manager SINSLE TAX IN ALBERTA Single tax is non in fo t atti throughou' tlu twit which t o dl'unUlon of bttng the only smglo p-oiincc in the Dominion W th one or min or exceptions all tsies but th-.se on land values bi-en aboil-shed and thwe is little ur no desi-e to to tho old sjs'em of taxing improve- ments. "The fact that this inn men las gone so far in tm. e'lmmntion of fttion. on personal prcpert, jmjremsnta is causing siys John Perrte, minister of mumc pahties for Uoerta in the annual renort of the d-pirt ment, "and I have recened inqjirie. jn resard to our svatem of taxation from practically aH parts ot the world. "Luder the prowlous of our rural moSSpiHty-act. vmsg- and toun act, all taxes are required to be Imied on land unless only and in the' land it .s required, that, the value HUcBd on the land- for pufposea shall be tte cash value ot the land without recrard to w im provements placed upon it by the ex peaditure of capital' of label our rural municipalities carrv cut their -assessmeLt and taxation on this basis. All our village except one leiy tsies is wav, the one exception, being the villaze ot Loug heed, "Where, on account of a good deal of tbe land being exempt from tax- ation special privileges were given by special legislation "All'our towns follow the provisions of oar town act except two ex ceptlon being She town, of Stettler which, on accouu condi turns, was given snecial wmleges and the town of Card-ton wh ctt is still carrying on business under a charter granted DV the sovei-nment 'of the NortS. West Territories A few obtained the privilege of levying a business tax lor the net jod of three years, but this permission expiree next year. of our cities carries on bust- nnt under its own snecial charter, but It a worthy of note ISjat in the cities, as well as in other municipal organizations, most of the taxes are raised from taxation of land values pa-y- two of our six cities, namely Ediionlon and Medicine Hat, taxation is HmHed to taxation on. land values oily. The city of Bed Deer collects asort of the taxes from assessment on land values, Uie only additional" tax- a bustoess tax. "The city of Calgary, in addition to levying a tax on land" values, collects fiome taxeb on buildings and personal property-" The Leader says Regina's Wty coun- cil ii raiadly degenerating to the level of a bear garden Better "trr com- government where all is as l as a dovecote. A man named Badger is a Conserva- tive candidate for the Saskatchewan He ihopes to put enough holes in the way of the government candidate to win the seat liethbridge needtft worry. Its build- ing permits for six months -of -the present year compare favorably other western cities; Here are- the figures: Moose Jaw tethhrtdga Saskatoon JiO; Weybura Brandon Of these five cities Saska- toon Bhowi the greatest falling oft ftoih the totals attained last year. Its permits from January to June, 1913, amounted to West- ern cities will learn that building -per oin't he big every year. There has to be warrant for iaijiy places aro overdone just now. In. this year of disheartening con ihe farmer is still pMlosophi At -the meeUng of farmers a Bow Island the other day to discuss cpadltlonft F. J. He-nderspn, according to tie Bow biuul Review, stated tha ttM prwtnt condition ot things was ft tix farmtr's own. making they went ahead too fas cultivated too much land. Conse- ijimtljr, a year did strike they it keenly. They wer top twpr to money. He believed tlw country TVM all right, and good ootfld be mule in farming fo te it for hirowslf. Th) of a real former a good npff worthy of attention than the tno country is in TV. more than fhe thousand ini cried harvesters will bo -needed in 'askatchewan this fall. Chas. H.-Moycr has besn resident of the Western Federation f Miners, Fred Smyth formerly pub i ner uf is Moyie Leader, is now editor of ID Princeton, BC, Star likely, the C. spur tratk. A physics building and a mados nrniitory are to -he built at ihe On- ai io Agncultui-al College Gueipn, President Creelman of :Qnelph u'tunl College Is going to New Zea and on an extended- trip. W. S. Johnstone, of Kemptvllle. een appointed registrar of. the comity f Qrenville, Ont. itlun the nest six n eeks the Hoyal at. Winnipeg will be le largest in Canada, Laving in allj 00 rooms. This Increase .has been ccasiontrd by the new audition which j adds over 200 rooms The number of people affected by ndustrial acridents during Juns was S3. Of this number 299 were killed nd 294 seriously injured. Owing to ,e HiUcrest disaster the mining in- .st-> the list -nith 200 killed and 27 Injured. Hon. George Powlds, ex-minister of diicabon for New' Zealand and a well authorltj on t3ie taration o' and values, is oh 'his way to Canada o conduct a land taxation campaign rior to returning to. New Zealand to ontest Auckland at the general elec- tions. The fire at Bancroft, Ont, on Sun- ay destroyed the following build- ngs: Bancroft hotel, Benjamin's dry goods store, Reid Thompson's gen- ral store, Wiliing's Walter 'an Dervort's Barber shop, Sair and luilet's hardware store, Thomas French's grocery store and the pos! Thomas Henry, of High River, re- ently shipped a carload of 17 steers ,o Chicago where they averaged 1809 province, and .brought per cwt. Tia High -River Times complains that the Caigary papers are trying to claim Jr. -Henry as a Calgary -man and con- cludes_the kick with: Thomas Henry we may again say resides in High miles south of here and damn seldom goes o Calgary. is mentioned is a possible eucces or to the late Senator CoHee m the Do- minion Senate. The estate of ths late Btra Pesr- Eon, of Medicine Hat amounted to He was an old Uoier in the country. High Hirer fepeeta the C N R through, thus tovn to be corapletod Jus A. letter to thai effect nas received from the company recentij TSs Okotoks as are fill ect -with drilUng machinerv, and it is Hiver, ranch 12 P. R- -Trill Iristal another W T Badger of Outlook has been named the Conservative candidate for tho provincial constituency of Rosetown, Sask. Justice of do Peace Lees of 41ix sentenced Constable Clark of Mirror to three months for beating up a ati zen with, ms 'billv Rev. W. A. Alexander, of Ha.rgra.Te, Man., has been inducted as pactor of the Pre'byterian church Grand Cou lee, Sask. County Magistrate Geo. EdinlnEon, of Peterboro is retiring after 25 years' sendee. He has been 60 years a juem: her of tbe legal profession. lowing letter If vou believe that the said letter, will hurt your feelings the powers that be i this P'os irous orov ince, I will ask you to re turn it to me Conditions, as Inow from a crking mans standpoint and from the 'armere' standpoint are in a de- plorable condition Hundreds of men are walking about our cities looking for woifc, good manv 01 tueir families are wondering thev are going to get the neit meil from in regard to the farmer n a Toronto university Ontario government is asking the for mostly ito be spent an the construction of new buildings. Rev. Dean Abbott, of Christ Church Cathedral, Hamilton, will go to Cleve- land, where lie vrili feecome dean of the Cathedral at a salary of Per year. The vdce-consul of France ad Mont- real announces that an anti-clerical party similar to that in existence in Prance will be organized in Quebec People's Forum many men Inside of the Lethbridge gaol if this work hid been ghen to tbe liee labour of the province The Provincial government IB receiung thousands of doltirs as taxes from the settlers on the land direct more so than when the land not settled up a few 3ears ago, and i believe it is up to them to spend a little more: than doing, more twits hard times around tla. snare in your paper vith the tol district, in fact, in TB 01 D rtinr i PROTEST AOAINST PRISON LABOR Editor, Herald Wiih kind per I would like to take up a lit A comparison ofxWalberyille's as- sessment figures there has been a increase each year. Population 'Iwis also grown 1600 in ihe last four years. Courtney "Wilkinson, an Imperial Bank clerk, father was at one That: proper cleaning of soda water glasses and the physical examination of the employees handling food pro- lucts are the two largest problems the pure food authorities of the a a- ton are facing, was the conclusion reached by. Dr. S. J. Crumbine, secre- tary of the Kansas hoard of health. Samuel formerly in charge of the Hudson's Bay post-at Fort Pro- vidence, Mackenzie river, died at Win- nipeg. late B. W. Cox, preuidenj, of he Canada Lite, left an estate valued at which goes to his widow! during her lifetime. This does not include his share in hu> late father's estate or a half interest in 297-1 shares at the Toronto Savings and Loan 'Co, Thirty thousand dollars of his estate is to be .paid E. T. Malone, the family solicitor, for the purpose of distribution by him among certain persons who in the Csatator's lifetime were objects of his bounty. FOOT fatalities marked the close of last in' Toronto. Samuel Brook, a newrtoy, 167- Huron street, was killed early on Saturday evening by an automobile; William Allison, 153 Jones avenue, by mistake swallowed somo Carbolic acid and died in a short time; an unknown crossing Queen Btreet at the corner of Berkeley street ma struck by a westbound1 car and died an hour lat- er; while batMng at Kew beach Ar- thur Oliydon collapsed In three fleet of water and was dead when pulled general manager of the preat "Western of England, was drowned at Niagara The contract for the first building of the Calgary university was let to Archibald Co. of Winnipeg. Tlie price to be paid for the building is in the neighborhood of JIOO.OOO: Helen, the six-year-old daughter of A. D. Allison, a Kent Bridge, Ont., hardware -merchant, lost three toea when a spade in the hands of -her 11-year-old (brother struck them in- iitcad of a burdock at which he aimed. i ordinary meeting of the AI-1 berla Coal and Coke Co. to bo held! at Luncibrek on Tuesday, it is pro-! posed to change the name of the com- i pany to tho Alberta Coal and Petrol- eum Co. The late Honry H. Stand- ard Oil millionaire, left an estate of In New York state and D. Ogdell Mills left JS6.636.791, accord- Ing to official appraisals filed recent- ly.- And good many localities thev -nil! he able to Ihe throughout the winter unless the government Dominion or incial comes to their issistance as owing to the dry weather, they have no sign of feed in foi their stock and no sign of aiiv "v orl co that can earn some buy it with I beliE-ve it is abouniine knowing the condition thit exists at present in and around Lethbridge that the Provincial government did something lor the benefit of the set tiers in thl localit, in order thit they ma> he able to throughout the winter Of com SB Che ctal government ivill say it Is up to the Dominion soverumeiit.to make a start But m ni5 opinion it is an old and a true one usTje in home I that the wav it could -partly be done is" by thev.Prov- incial Liberal government saying that we will work our cheap labor insidia or the Provincial goaUand not have them doing the work that used to be done by the farmers and laborers of this province. It is. in my opinion, a liv- ing disgrace to any. government, and shouid he immediately protested ag- ainst ly every trade union within the province. Here is the rotten system, so I am informed, and if I am not correct, I would like the powers that be to deny it: A poor unfortunate gets sentenced to the provincial gaol for committing some crime, and tl-.ey are sent out by the dozen to build our roads, receiving for their' work 50 cents per day, doins the work which used to be paid for at the rate of per day for the laborer, and from 55.00 np for the farmer or rancher with a team. Maybe the powers that be will say we have got to find work for the prisoners; I will admit but, in my opinion, there is lots of work inside of the gaal property for them to do without coming outside and taking away the 'work' from the free laborer and farmers of this pro- vince. And I question very much whether or not there would he as southern part of the province In conclusion, let mo state as a union man I appeal to every trade union to have their central bodj at Lethbridge investigate and if sou believe mv cause is right, why at least protest either Ijj petition or resolution to the powers that be Jn this province.- This I be-ueve, should receive'the consideration of every one, banners unions included Remember part of your motto Manj 'an help one Hoping I have not taken up too -much space in your" newspaper, ours for the abolition of cheap labor, [Editor's respect to Uie above protest the Herald is informed that very are at pre- sent TtorXmg on the roads and that th'o'se who''are working are doing odd jobs which would not othenUse be done 3 iethbridge. CHAS. GARNER. ABOUT THE MARKET Editor Herald I see bi vour Sat ardays edlt'on t-iat the cit5 buitheis i against the farmer butcher ling his, meat at the newlv-opened market cheaper than they, and want- Ing them restricted to sen not less than 51hs., and want the protection of our city commissioners. successful automobile dealers in Canida have reduced their expensive ground flooi area in congested district; and cut down their overhead expen e) TKis Book will tell you. about it You'll find on pages 12 and 13 mforma tion which ma) mean all the difference beiween -uccws and failure Tear off the coupon and mail NOW, before >ou have time -forget. OTIS-FENSOM ELEVATOR COMPANY 6O BAY ST., TOBONTO COUPON "N-68 lend me your Book- Name Addres I .-I LANGARA (SCHOOL Non- Sectarian i, RESIDENTIAL AND DAT SCHOOLS OP THE HIGHEST .TYPE Shaiighnessy B. C. Unsurpassed in Canada in Buildings Equipment or Teaching Staffs Schools Re-Open TUESDAY) September 8th. To be siire'of admission., appli- cations for 1814-15 should be made at once. Calendars sent on application to REV. E. D. MoLAREN, D.D., 8 Stanley Court, Vancouver, B.C. Austrian Government Sent Servia Formal Declar" aiion of War This Morning ________ FROM FRONT :PAGB I think they .uinmissioners deep sea; the erythin are trying to put the the devil aud Board of Trade don I all sides g'inds battle squadrons have been mooilized auil Belgrade, Scrua, July the publication of offlcnl nens is to Seru n families have left the capital 'the movements of Biitish SBRVIAfT TROOPS districts in spite of ad has ceased Ihe first ind second whllo thercftle squadrons hate taki.n iull stoics for cuuntn nee of th- hab le n a great exodus ot Austnans jnJ Huri-rmins from Belgrade aud ether pirts of S rua Perfect order prevails in-the capi- j tal, the pqlice duties having been un- WalllS everj puoolulo UU.ID iU t help our farmers, and I understand j by of volunteeis early and certain relief isr found for the ailments to which el! are due to defective or irregular action of the stomach, liver, kidneys or the niost famous family remedy, tha world has ever known. this market was to try and help the farmers out, arid have an "open" mar- ket _for their goods. I fail to see where their kick-comes in; as the farmers have to pay 'a fee for their they have only two days per week to sell, their goods, Whereas the storekeeper has all week. The farmers are only doing what the market was got up for. The city butchers put me in mind of the hungry boy who threw his slice of bread 'away, because there wasn't plenty of butter on it; but when his belly began to think his throat was cut, had to so and pick'it up again and eat it. The city butchers tried the cutting down price game; but the farmers followed suit, and beat them at their own stunt I.guess.our wives know g.wd fresh meat when they see It, so good luck to Kenny Bros., the farmer butchers. If the city butchers don't like it, let them keep to their stores, and leave, the market to the fanners. We don't restrict the city butchers to buy one or ten head of cattle, and they buy .the -best bargains they pos- sibly can buy, so do likewise, good housewives; buy wherever you can get your goods best and cheapest. Tho butchers regulate their prices ac- To From From Montreal From Qlasjuw Saturday. 3AIUNQS Saturday. Aug. 8........Utlla.......July 25 Aug. 15.....Ciisandra......Aug. 1 Aug. 8 Aug. 19 One class (II.) cabin and third- olMS. carried, All steamers large, ttrtn-ncrdw up to date. H, E. UIDMAN, General Agent, 349 Miln Winnipeg. are justly famous because they havo proved to be eo reliable as correctives or preventives of the sufferings, Soil feelingsanddangerdue to indigestion or biliousness. If you will try them to cleanse your system, purify your blood, tono your stomach, stimulate your liver nr.d regulate your bowels, you will know why many rely on Bcccharr.'a Pills to cording to the times, aud don't study (.you, HO don't you study them.. How- many working men's homes want 5lbs. of meat at once this hot weather? How maiiy working men's wives can afford to buy of meat once? Arc the commissioners go- ing to protect, two or three of the city butchers, or are they -going to protect the farmers and poor people, the con- sumers, the main factors in the mat- ter: 1 hear the market siiffrageffen' brigade pre getting well ammunitioned with old umbrellas and broom handles awaiting the commissioners' decision. Those three poor fellowa have my sincere sympathy.' Thanking you in anticipation. I am. Yours, etc., and are ready to-slip anchors at a moment's notice, the destroyer; flo- tillas around the coast ifave also beea prepared, and armed- guards were placed today around all the .maga- zines and oil depots. FREE HAND FOR AUSTRIA-HUNGARY M Germany's definite decision ag- ainst participation In the arnbassa- carrieil out with feverish activity. 71i3 troops have been concentrated in fortified positions, the headquarters, of Uie army.established at.Kraguye- jlorial conference.jiroposell by Slr..fcd- vats, hut.in tiie event ot necessity they will te transferred to Krushc- vatz, 80 miles sotithciist s! Belgrade. HOSTILITIES MAY1 HAVE: STARTED'.AtREADY Paris July Austrian 'am- ward Grey, the British Foreign Sec- rotary, in an effort to maintain peace, is regarded here as tantamount to a declaration" of Germany's determina- tion that Austria-Hungary shall -have an entirely free hand In chastising Servia, unless the Balkan .kingdom accedes in full to the -demands of the tweeh" Austria-Hungary and Servia j dual monarchy. r-egah this morning, but up till "D. According to advices received hero, o'clock he Tiad not received any tele-1 Germany's refusal' was couched in, gram to that effect "from Vienna. I terms of sympathy with Sir Edward .....'the French premier, Grey's object, but contended that the Insure and Happiness Uni.t of Anr Medlcino In WorlA Ml rrm Rene Viviani, who'is on board .the battleship La France, in the North Sen, today kept in frequent wireless communication Foreign Office here. He is returning to France as rapidly as possible and is due to arrive at Dim- kirk tomorrow morning. WAH. SITUATION SUMMED. UP July refusal, by Germany.and Austria-Hungary to par- ticipate in a. mediation conference on the Austro-Servian conflict; reports of rapid movements of Austrc-Hungar- ian troops, and the persistent dowh- 'ward trend of European stock mar- kets, were tile outstanding develop- ments of the European situation to- day. Preparations For war proceeded on TEN YEARS FOR BELGIAN BANKER Brussels, July .Wilmant, Belgian banker, railroadman, rjews- paper proprietor ana sportsman, was sentenced today to ten years' ImprU- onmont and.fined ?800 on i charge oJ swindling the public.ont_of by over Issuing shares.in jcrmuien Railway suggested conference Would placo Austria-Hungary in the invidious po- sition of appearing, Ilkd the Balkan states, 'before a European tribunal .to explain her actions.- and, therefore, was likely to increase rather than de- crease the .difficulties -of tho situa- tion. every one here anticipates that thc-worst fearo of a general European war will not be re- alized, thanks to Sir Edward Grey's diplomacy, all Is ready for the worst. The army has for months 'been stead- ily preparing for great events tinder the re-organized war office and rhobll- izalon department. Tho entire mob. ilization of reserves could be complet- ed within twenty-four hours. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS WSTALLBP SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGR j, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Poliotai cr other valuables in one of theBC boxes LethWtye Branch T, Brynwr, Mgr, ;