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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETITBT\IDC.E DAILY HERALD f, f I i 1 1 t i 0 OF WOOL HiS YEAR Pres. of Co-Operative Wool Growers' is a Visilov to I-- City lY POSfPONE TAX SALE NOW J'. T). Wilson. vico-prosiiliMil of i1\h Canadian CoiipiTut he Wool Grow:>rs, J-Iniileil. Is In t\iir ri:y uiilny from his honu- III Maplt? ij on-gaeod In itheev r�:u'hlns. Mr. WIteon 8ffeul^�cl lo tliink tlii- vrospccts for tlio sucoess or the new nijUonal wool Kt^Uint; roniern in i!? firs: year of hiitilnn.-;-! wtM-t- very brisli!. .Mr. Wilson al.-^o mflli iitod ihni ilipve ^vould be no iHunriuuKioorliiK of Canadian wool Uiij vt'iir. NciUitir will there be a mouI controller apiiointed. tliougli the wool doalciv li,'!;! been fighting hard in this direction Ho also intimated that there was a possibility thai ;lie I'liited Statt's por-ernnu'Di would reiaove the five per cent. l);irrier a^iiins; Canadian wool entering the i'nitnd States, owing to Canada hein.c: an ally m the Stales. According to the iire.-enl arrangement Canadian woo! wonid bo at a dlsad-vantage oi about three cents n pound II sanl to th.' ?;:ito.s (or sale. Shearinc; :s o.\poi led to start at the Harvey jijant loday. r. C. Boynlon of Great Tali- i.^ in charc:e. The growers are having some liifficulty in ar-Jlvinsr at Ibe v.\-i.,'.i :o lie paid the shenr.'rj La:*; yvar tiio price was iZ c.'nta a head. i>ui riu- shearers are asking a.s liicii as 2" cents this year. 'I'lu' death look idace at Honokn on .Inn.' 1. of William Taylor of plh-bjid'if. ased 07 ye:-' .v.\.^ iii>rn ii! Kntrland. iida ' ~ \'ears a;,o. anti for I'is Mr Taylor �.uiiia': to i"an-. ears r,-j!i';il in Lcthhridi;'- whese ii^ was i-ar.iffd i'l ininin}; and had i Ki � at :i::in: friends. -i' :e;!vi's ,o !:r);ir;; J;..- )c.-s. a wife, two daughters. .Mis. .1 V . Delay of Lethbridue and "Irs. V.'. .M. Harder o' (ierberr. Jiask. .Tud iv'M .-oijs H. .'.!. Taylor, of ihe .'"-ii Hitttvy. no'V ovetooa.s. and Win. Vay-lu- of the llick-;-:ehl llardtvare roni-1 any. About a year ago anoLlv?" �= -n. Frank was kllb. .1 in an accil^'^nt in l-hiKland waile ou aelivo service. Ti!i� i ;i:i;eral will " place on Wedne-'iay atlenioon. .'une at fr' a 1' l-i ti-r.y's undertaking parlors. i!';v. i K. i Cragfc otfi-iaiin;r, Intennea: in ibe public cemeiery here. Mayor Hardic Has Other Methods of Tax CoIJection To Trj' Out 1 .MthouRh (here ie absolutely no-IthinK definite as lo the proposal, the ! possibility was hinted by Mayor liar-die this "luornlng that the city may postpone the tax sale set tor ,luno IT until such tiiuf as rertaln other methods for the collection of tax arrears are put into etteet. .-VccorriinK to the � city charter the eouncll has the right � lo collect taxes which are In arrears by any of three methods-distrait proceedings, to sue and get Judgment, and to hokl a ta.v sale. The mayor stated this morning that 1 he had heard some discussion to the ' effoci that. If the city holds a tax ,i sale and property reverts to the cltr, Uhen the corporation loees the right ' 10 3ue, ile has asked City Solicitor Hall for his opinion on this matter, i and -Mr. Ball has promised to give it j in writing at a special ineeting of the council to be held on Tuesday morn-Ins. The action of the city of .Medicine itat Is partly responsible for this reconsideration of the tax sale scheme. It will be remembered that several months ago Medicine Hat c-ommenced a tai sale, but after advertising the ))roperty in arrears, kept postponing the sale from time to time, finally giving it up. In the meantime arrangements were made to sue the owner? of the property who arc In arrears of taxes, and notices of these suits are now being Issued by counsel for ihe nuinic!palit.y. The opinion is j given by Mr. Ball that If a suit is and twenty-tour persons were -Z5c per i>ackage. Also B1 u e - j a y Bunion Plasters, Blue-jay For Corns Slmf fain Iiulanlly-Enit Conm Compltltly l>� Pcahaae* at DMwsaale AUF* ft BLACK. U,au< lkh�.rfS.Ni�liM.. CM�^ T-rto I Change In Trail?! Service EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1918. Lv, Lethbridge Ar. Alderiyde . Ar. Calgary ,.. Lv, Calgary ... Lv, Aldersyde . Ar. Lethbridge GOING NORTH, VIA ALDERSYDE 2.26 a.m. 6,54 7.05 a.m. X9.00 a.m. x10,25 a.m. X2.05 p.m. x4.40 p.m. x8,18 p.m. x9.50 p.m. 10.20 p.m. 11,31 p.m. 3,00 a,m; NORTH VIA MACLEOD Lv. 4.20 a.m., x4.20 p.m. Lethbridge Ar, x2,30 p,m,, Ar, 5.25 a.m., x6,26 p.m. Macleod Lv, X8.35 a.m., x8,36 p,m. Maeleod Ar. xlO.45 a.m.. x�.60 p.m. Calqary Lv, Lethbridge.................. Ar. Medicine Mat............... Lv, Medicine Hal............... Ar. Lethbridge.................. Lv. x9,15 a.m.........Lethbridge Ar. x12,15 p.m...........Coutts . Uv. X4.15 p.m.........Lethbridge Ar, X7.30 p.m...........Cardston . Tues. A Fri. 7.60 a.m. . 7.16 p.m. Z' Lv. x1,25 p,m, 1.20 12,20 a,m, a,m. Ar. xl.10 p,m, xll.35 p.m. p.m. Lv. x9,00 a.m. 1.45 a,m. S.50 a.m. x11,40 a.m. x3.55 p.m. x7,26 X2.40 x7.00 11,35 4.00 Ar. x4,10 Lv. X1.10 Ar, xlO.16 Lv. x7,16 Wed. A .. ..6.20 .. .. 8.30 Lv. Lethbridge Ar. ., v. � Ar. Manyberrles Lv, , l^Mlly except Sunday.  Ij'or furllier particulttfg apply to any Agent or writs to J. E. PROCTOR,'District Passenger Agent, Calgary. p.m, p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. Sat. p.m. a.m. Unreserved Auction Sale FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS HAVING SOLD MY FARM AND WILL RETIRE FROM FARMING, I WILL SELL AT THE BERT PROTZMAN RANCH, ON SEC. 3-12-22, SIX MILES EAST AND ONE MILE SOUTH OF BARONS, ON SATURDAY JUNE 8TH 1918 THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY HORSES: 1 Sorrel Gelding, wt, ISOO Uis.; 1 Blnclt GeldliiB, wt. ISOO lbs,; 1 Bay GeidlnK. mt. 1700 lbs.; 1 Grey Gelding, wt. 1500 lbs.; 1 Sorrel Gelding, wt. 1500 lbs.; 1 Bay Jlaro. wt. 1700 lbs., coll at side; 1 Black Mare, wt. 1500 lbs., colt at sliie; 1 Sorrel ftiaro, wt. 1100 lbs. colt nt .side; 2 Drown Mnres, wt. 1500 lbs., colls at side; 1 Bay Mare, wt. 1300 lbs., colt at side; 1 Day Mare loBO lbs.; 2 Bay GelilinKS, wt. 1300 Iba.; 1 Brown GcldliiK, wt. 1300 Iha.; 1 Sorrol FlUy Yearling - 2 Saddle Ponies ;1 Sorrel Maro, wt. 1100 lbs.; 1 Bay Maro. wt. 1200"lbs.; 1 Bay Gelding wt. ir.OO lbs.; 1 White Gelding, wt, I'loO lbs.; 1 Bay Mare, wt. 1500 lbs.; 1 Grey Gelding, wt. 1700 Iba. CATTLE: IMillc Cow, fresh; 1 Milk Cow, fresh July 1st; 'J .^-year-old Heifers, calf nt side; 1 3-ycar-ol(l Bleor; 1 i-yuar-oUl Heifer; ICalt. MACHINERY: 10 Sets Work Harnpss, new; 2 IMaascy-Harris Binders, new; 1 Frost & Wood Binder, new; 1 jrcCornilok Mower, 5-foot; 2 'iYi Wagons. 150 bushel tanks, new; 1 S'/i Studobnkur Wagon and box; 1 Heavy Studcbakor Wood Wicel Farm Truek; 1 "Wagon, iron wiieels. Bettendorf make; 1 P. O. Gang Plow, M In. .stubble bottoms: 1 John Deere Gnnj; Plow, 12 in. breaker b(')tli)m.s: 1 l-Gang Emerson Disc Plow; 1 3-Gang Emerson Disc Plow; 1 Walking PloSv, 14 Inch; 1 4-SoctIon Lever Harrow and Cart; 1 C-Section Harrow and Cart; ."? McCormicU Disc Marrows, outthrow; 2 BIssel Disc Harrows, inthrow ; 1 24 Double-dlse Van Brunt Seeder, new; 1 22 Dpuhle-disc Van Brunt Seeder^ now; 2 11-foot 34-(ooth Pelkner Weeder and Cultivator; 1 Fordson " Plowing Engine, never used; 1 Land Packer; 1 Bundle Rank; 1 Troy Engine Steering Device; 1 Chatham Fanning Mill; 1 Grain Plckier; 1 Stovor Feed Grinder; Blacksmith Outfit; 1 Stock Saddle; 1000 Bushels Oats; 1 Cooking Range, li-hole; 1 Coil Spring and Maitross; 1 Churn. SALE STARTS AT 10 A.M, SHARP TERMS OF SALE: $20,00 and under, cash; balance let November, 1918, with banl