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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE E THE HERALD JtiNE WOOL THIS YEAR of CoOperative Wool y Growers is a Visitor to City E TAX SALE NOW Mayor Hardle Has Other Meth ods of Tax Collection To Try Out J T of HIP Although there absolutely no Canadian Cooperative Wool I thing definite as to the tne Is In the oity today from his possibility was hinted by Mayor nar die this morning that city may postpone the tax sale set for tune until such time as rertatn other meth bonio at Mapln where ho is en gafcfld In sheep Wilson to think that HIP yirosppots for the success of thp new national Wool selllnc concern in its first year tmelnnxs very also mdtcntod that there would be IKI coimnamleeHng of Can adian wool this Neither will there be a woo controller though the wool dealers hail been fighting hard this He also intimated that there was possibility that lie tnitcl States gov ernment would reiiiim barrier Canadian wool entering the Knlted owing to Canada being nn ally of the According to the present arrangement Canadian wool would be at a disad vantage of about three cents a pound Jf sent to the States for Shearing is expected to start at the Harvey plant Boynton of Great rails is in The grow ers are having some difficulty In ar riving at the to be paid the year the price was J2 fonts a bin the sheHrers are asking as high as cents orts for the collection of tax arrears are into According to the city charter the council has the right to collect taxes which are In arrears by any of three pro to sue and get and to hoM a tax The mayor stated this morning that he hud heard some discussion to the effect If the city holds a sale and property reverts to the the five pen then the corporation Iwes the right 1 to He has asked City Solicitor Hall for his opinion on this and Ball has promised to give it in writing at a special meeting ol the council to be held on Tuesday morn The action or the city of Medicine Mat Is partly responsible for this re consideration of the tax sale It will be remembered that several months ago Afedlclne Hat commenced a tax but after advertising the property in kept postponing the sale from time to finally giving it In the meantime ar rangements were made to sue the owners of the property who are in ar rears ot and notices of these suits are now being issued by counsel for the The opinion is I given by Ball that if a suit is WEEPING ECZEMA SOON RELIEVED A Piffict TfiflMMt Fit TUt Giitnsilif GaMtatot SHwitWwWIWgj Ihad aa attack Ccstma to bad that injr elothef would be wet through at For four I suffered 1 could ret ao relief until t tried and Sootha Batfk The irat treatment gate me I hatv used threw boxes of Sootha aud two of am entirely well Both these iterliag nmedlea arw sold by dealers at A for or sent on receipt of price by Fruitatives Fniitatives is also put ap la a trial site which tells for RAPIDLY DEPLETED Drain of ManPower Ser iously Depleted Nations Not Suffering Same The ileatli took place at Punokn on of William Tnylor of eth ageil 67 Taylor bnrn in acla vcars and Admir started and is and per Wireless drain ment is signed against the owner of of inaii the fall in the numbers stands I of births and the loss of population the the judgment against the property of the t in Lttlibridgp when1 hs was mining and had i fn at o leaves HJ u two 10 i an1 anywhere in the By the adoption of this method it might be possible to collect the taxes on much for 8 years property which would otherwise vert to the city at a tax However as stated there is Delay of Lethbridge ami i apsolutely nothing definite as yet in Harder o and i the though may sons of iho tell the Bit noV and Tay lor of the UickKeuI Hardware com 1 About a yrar ago anotlie s Knink was in an accilfnt in Knghind waile on active The j funeral place on j June at t1 undertaking Cragg Jntenueui iii tbe j public cemetery Packet of x WILSONS FLY PADS WILL KILL MORE fLIESTHAN WORTH OF ANY STICKV i y CATCHER FORMVETERANS For the boys who have done their bit will be the slogan in Liethbridge for the next for another big drive is This the boys who have helped to keep the Hun in hit place over are going to en deavor to manipulate a big drive in Lethbrldge whereby everyone who has their interest at heart will be en abled to assist a little in carrying on their work1 over To raise which are badly the Veterans of areputting on a monster vaudeville show in the Ma jestic Theatre next Monday Juno The program will consist of two snappy local vau and will be big value for the half a dollar the tickets will When the approaches dig down for that you Clean to Sold by all and T Grocera and General I bl and llelp em along tour AN ADDED PERFECTION ON A NEW PERFECTION OIL COOKfTOVE Now Ptfhctipp CabiMtU the eoakte riifed Hand to your Oil Cook prove its ass to It large and shelf for twatinc and keeping food W thS thf back revenu the from being spattered with grtMc and air cwreata from affecting che heat in the proem of The New Perfection Cabinet it one ol tbe most useAil Rayalilt Coal Oil fittt Ittt rsraks IL LIMITED NEW PE OJL ECTJON TQVE through sickness and underfeeding is felt more severely by the Central Powers than by the peoples of the Whereas the annual gain of population in Germany and Aus triaHungary has given placa to a ser ious the peoples of the entente have suffered very small in compari Great Britains total population has so far remained at about the same gains balancing The rate of increase in the United States has not been affected at As the war goes on this growing disparity in the losses of population between the Central Powers and the peoples fight ing them is likely to If the war goes oa into next the popula tion of the on reliance was placed for the enlarge ment of Germanys prosperity and in and for repairing the injury to trade and commerce after the will have iost ten per cent of the numbers and a still greater proportion ofits industrial The German empire whichin 1919 should have people will have no more than Ger as a will have five per less population than when the war Of those that have been the greater number were men in the prime of life and whom Germany could least By in the battle zone the German empire has lost at least three The birth rate has sunk to such a figure that by next year the number of births will have fallen short of what they would have been had there been no war by three and a third million of la the same period the annual num ber of deaths among the German po pulation owing to atress and anxiety ot the war and of ekkness and disease which have been aggravated by hardships and food In creased by one million more than the despite tbe losses which England has suffered in tbe war the British population has been grow By the middle ot 1919 this popu lation will be only three per cent lower than it would have been without Great Britain In 19X9 will have a larger population than in NAILS HUN LIE ON HOSPITAL SHIPS June news hiving asserted that Bri tish end French hospital ships being used for the transpor tation ef munitions of the Spanish minister of foreign af faire Issued in official note declaring thin in enquiry made ey the government enables it to affirm that French and Italian veseels employee1 ae hot pital en beard ef which are fpinlih naval ire be ing employed in perfectly cor rect manner and exclusively for the trantpert ef wounded and NEW SHIPYARDS RISING IN BRITAIN for Sale In June Reuters Lim a spot on the northeast coast of Builand which was an open hid at tbe beginning of March there has been constructed in a manner which a correspondent of the Times describes as almost a fully equipped plait In which tne keen of i wo already have been By tbe end of November there will be a complete shipbuilding yard with berths and a fittingout capable of completing a ship every two 4 force of two thousand including many women employed MANY June German airplanei which raided Paris Saturday night succeeded in pausing over populous districts and twentyfour persons were wounded by their tbe urhlture and Agency Some Department damage done to June official report on the treatment of prisoners of war was published U says that on April the report of Sir Robert committee revealed a ew ot the most outstanding examples of German Inhumanity and broken Referring particularly to breaches ot that prisoners should not be employed within thirty kilos ot the tiring tbe report says that since the issue ot Sir Roberts report there has accumulated a long list of atro cious violations of this In tbe face of this atrocious treatment by Germany of British prisoners that fall into their the Germans themeelvei have had the effrontery to accuse the British ot Inhumanity In the treatment of German In February a semiofficial state ment appeared in the German press hat German prisoners taken from England to France in to be interned in Switzerland were transported on a cattle steamer un der inhuman Tbe real facts of the case are that German pri eoners had precisely the same accom modation as provided for British offi cers and men who hare frequently travelled In the ship in A portion of the ship is fitted for the transport of but no prisoners were put on this German On the other hand there Is an over whelming mass of properly authenti cated evidence bt barbarous treatment of British prisoners by One man captured on the morning of March was made to work for two hours immediately after be ing taken serving a German field gun with ammunition and dig ging out a position for It under Bri tish In one German working parfy British warrant non commissioned officers and Royal Army Medical Corps men were made to work on roads and light railroads under shell fire and were knocked about with rifle butts or One nan was benten as lie iny on the round Many men working behind the lines died of When fresh batch el ot prisoners were captured they were kept working behind the lines Instead ot being sent to registered One man died In a the body was left for three be fore being GRACES Will Arrange for Election Soon Candidates Arc Mentioned Commliiloner Graces reslg nation reached the city council table at its regular meeting this morning and was accepted with Mr Grace stipulated that the resignation take ctfect on June At a special meeting to be held to morrow the council will ar range for the election which will be necessary to ill the vacancy in the department of public works seat at the council City Solicitor Ball advised the council morning if the meeting s held no tice of nomination can be given and nominations held on June and the election on June So far only three name of pos candidates are These are William exmayor and ax who offers to serve out the unexplred 18 months of Graces Donald city and Another name is being but the Herald bae not been given authority by the party to make it It is fairly certain that at least three candidates will go to the WAS DROWNED June South a returned was drown ed yesterday while bathing at Rose near about fifteen miles from He was alone in a boat from which he jumped and never came to the HOW TO END CORNS APC CIBTAIN DANGEROUS TEMPORARY Way for You 7 Above are pictured three ways to treat Bluejay the most cer It is safe and Yet the unknowing ones experiment with musiy liquids or the dangerous These two ways ire tempo But Bluejay is scien The spot of medicated discovered by a great soothee while it Place a Plaster on year throbbing corn Relief is The soft felt pad stops the pain by relieving the In 48 the medicated wax has saturated the corn undermined it to its roots ind it off pain Na ture responds quickly to such a cor rectiw Hardly a corn can resist Of course once in a while there is an old stubborn corn which requires a second or third But such are Binejay Plasters are made by Bauer the great surgical dressing Try a Bluejay Plaster Join the painfree thousands who rely on Once you know youll never consent to have a com nor to coddle it with temporary The cost Is the ap plication we promise im mediate relief and a defense less Bluejay Plasters are sold by all 25c per Also Bluejay Bunion Bluejay For Corns fain InttantlyEnmi SUUMI Ltaturf mJlirflaililfciniiei Change In Train Service EFFECTIVE JUNE GOING VIA ALDER8YDE NORTH VIA MACLEOD Lethbrldge Macleod Macleod Calgary Medicine Medicine 4 A Lethbridge Manyberrlee Kor further particulars apply to any Agent or write to Passenger TIRE REPAIR SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Wehave opened a new and uptodate Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire We would appreciate your All worfc make a specialty of Retreading and Lethbridge Tire Repair Station PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH Unreserved Auction Sale FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS HAVING SOLD MY FARM AND WILL RETIRE FROM I WILL SELL AT THE BERT PROTZMAN ON SIX MILES EAST AND ONE MILE SOUTH OF ON SATURDAY JUNE 8TH 1918 THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY HORSES 1 Sorrel 1900 1 Black 1800 1 Bay 1700 1 Grey 1500 1 Sorrel 1500 1 Bay 1700 colt at side 1 Black 1500 colt at aide 1 Sorrel 1400 colt at side 2 Brown 1500 colts at side 1 Bay 1300 colt at side 1 Bay Mare 1350 2 Bay 1300 1 Brown 1300 1 Sorrel Yearling 2 Saddle Ponies 1 Sorrel 1400 1 Bay 1200 1 Bay Gelding 1500 1 White 1150 1 Bay 1500 1 Grey 1700 CATTLE IMilk fresh 1 Milk fresh July 1st 2 3yearold calf at side 1 3yearold steer 1 2yoaroW Heifer 1 MACHINERY 10 Sets Work new 2 MassoyHarris new 1 Frost Wood new 1 5foot 2 3 150 bushel new 1 Studobaker and bpc 1 Heavy Studebaker Farm Truck 1 iron make 1 Gang Plow 14 bottoms 1 John Deere Gang 12 breaker bottoms 1 4Gang Emerson Disc Plow 1 3Gang Emerson Disc Plow 1 14 inch1 4Section Lever Harrow and Cart 1 i Section Harrow and Cart 3 McCormick Disc outthrow 2 Bissel Disc inthrow 1 24 Doubledisc Van Brunt new 1 22 Doubledisc Van Brunt new 2 11foot 34tooth Pelkner Weeder and Cultivator 1 Fordson Plowing never used 1 Land Packer 1 Bundle Rack 1 Troy Engine Steering Device 1 Chatham Fanning Mill 1 Grain Pickler 1 Stover Feed Grinder Blacksmith Outfit 1 Stock Saddle1000 Bushels Oats 1 Cooking ihole 1 Coil Spring and Mattress 1 SALE STARTS AT 10 SHARP TERMS OF SALE and cash balance 1st with bankable notes with 8 per Five per off for cash on credit BLACK Clerk LEN Phone Lethbridge 1OO Coal Miners Wanted Steady Work Apply Gait Mines Lethbridge ;