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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It IJuostlon of Wars and Means of Meeting NYiigc Increase is Under Discussion The' of anil meani wits iliFcnascd at the arbitration boird for seltlt'hicnl of Ibe civic wage dis- pute for nicotine ihe Increased di' (lie event of Iho em- ployees' claim! he-Ing Bmiilod- Onc of Iho MigecElbns made by Mr. McXabb was Hint the car Jlno m'gbt licvcarrteJ on tq The commissioner! said ILut Ibis bad been (pneldcrcil from tiino lo lime-, ljut il was fouml lint II would not pay. Tho coulfacl for the BUpply-ot walcr lo 1hc C.I'.It. wns eonu Into, "6 to whether an agreement cnuld be on- tcrcil into whereby llie- present rate, ivhtch is under an agreement for years, could incrt-aacn. llie jiroscnl arranscment, made some- years ngo. the C.l'.K- is-supplled with water at the rate ot-two cents per gallon for MO ODD gallonsi-and ten cenls per gal- lon for all over., llepcalod approaches to railway company for a con- sideration of a raise In Ilio rates bavo proved ineffectual, the C.l'.ll. con- lending lhal Iho filtered water nmdo no difference to Ihe company In tho uses lo !L pul to anu ihs? II. was paying was wltli Ihc el cess a triflo more iban It was.paying c-lsowhere and consequently It could uot chanr.e the lerms of Ihe contract arrived at. The tai slluallon was placed before Iho board as follows: t Chairman and -Members: The tai rate levied in ISIS, n- elusive of Oie olio mill or uMstmenl o! land for '.he Alberta lOYeranient lai. wa'3 31.7 mills on an aasesimiinl of I11C57303. oseewiceBt Is in ._-. ..nr.A pff 7. In aildillou theic are 131S, and 1318 tales asalnst the tame iprouerly of i S. Thla shows that of Ite 46S.OOO.OO 'arrears of laies o'jlslandli'g ihere Is. I in round figures. azainsl i j properly n present in uame ol clly 'toy tax sale. 3.. Our actual collectable stand at the present moment at It'JS.- OOfl.OCi. nn'l of this amount J111.1S7.CO jj.against properly protected by fie, 1 Moratorium Aci. JO. Of Ihe llll.191.SD iirclictid by the -Moratorium. Act. i i a position lo meet any further riu- iiie Sesl I'ass via distrli'l-i now 'organized prior to Ihc vote being lalien tor carryluj out the arricged. Mr. McKay Haves 'city lorvay lo continue organization movement in tbe ol High River, Clirei- holm and Micleod. cause the corn'.to disappear. This1 is done by the re- 'markable B SB no corn can res. l.cornfortable and you forget it.' two days you remove it the re- two oays you rx, whicli' :and the com can be lilleov (out. Only rare corria second B :-is- ;to end corns. You will fievcr relurn lo any wrong method you try a Blue-jay once. It cannot spread. .So, unlike, old-iime methods, it acts Ihe corn alone, C is'rubber-coalcd adhc-. aive. This snugly wraps ihe; ;The Scientific Corn Ender' >Slo'ps Pain1 Instantly Ends Corns Completely" -At Druggists BAUER orSnloTN.w Virk MiVcn of Smile Surfinl Dmiirj' inJ Praducll Arransenicnls have been made by llic eiecnlive of ihe Irrigation De- velopment Associilion ivhereliy S. S tmnliam will net as chairman ot tbul lody durine the aliFOiicc ot Chairman ilarnocb. Tliis dfei-isloii waa arrived jl during an Informal meeting ot the association last, week wJisn many members of (be executive were In the j Chairman Jlaruotli :K leaving inaay i for Edinonlun where be will interview "TPremler Stewart relative lo his recent visit to Ottawa when ho inlervlewed Hon Arthur Meighen runccrulng the (IfriElnn oi responsibility of Ihc Hvo .governments on Ihe irriualiun projcclsj 'in soulhcrli Alberla. i From Mr. Marnotb i -________ i proceed lo Ollawa where he will in-. The customs returns for the monlli j terview Mil others j of May totalled as against in Reuler Block Adjoining I m the same mailer, and for, the corresponding j tions (.jve Bel. wiil go Hired lo Scotland, nonth lnai tor. L Tho Imlldin'E pevmits slnwed Ihe (er Service cost ot construction for Ihe month of i to be us wmpared to jnl lllc Elore 530 in Ibe -ame month in' 191S- 1 ne the.Reuier have bis.difference is aceounleil for the firm of. J. renclldlnK last year of the, AcaiUI' nj ,nd This store block which was destroyed by flre. 1 lie 10 Ule .fivm'i, present: renewal was Iri Jh nd aUsratlons will' addition lo this sum Uiere waa one or, e ,h way o[ 5S.OOO for bulldine by Becker lor the public. and Vatee. The cost of the largo wnn iu garage being built by Mr. Baalim has and irom Park tu Crow's -Ne garage en I not yei. sono Ihrmieb. This willmakc an appreciable difler'tiice in. the Jiine rel'jrns. departments'. littles lOr Ill's ,muny.. JLJI.T lotli the wholesale and retail! I WARRANTS WILL DEPORT EIGHT OF 37 ANARCHISTS ci'lICAGO, June 2.f -Warrants for Ibe doportalion of eljbt of 37 alleeed 'linarclilsts were' received tonight, by Iliarry 11. Lamlis. immisralion inspac- Tho bep.iitiful fr'agrnnve ot Iho bush holieysii'jklc now fills in' Onlt CJardcup. Tbe.sc. arc tr-.fclns tlm place ot Hie lilacs which, haying blnonie.1 to splendid perfection, lire non; Coming up in flower arn the siioiballs wlilch will keep the floral bcullty ot the joins whni tho honeysuckle has failed, jn f.dilition to those mentioned, .vKi'- ious flowers that niaVe Onlt .pardons I so r.ldlanllj- bi'a-.llltlll will soon bo j making June bright in the heart of She city. v CENTRAL "B" PLAV A DOUBLE HEADER Tbe Nursery Mission Froridcs visiling nurses for nn- ternity and all medical ami surgical cases (except: conat- ions anil cliareei curdingly to Ibe circumstances of thcliallent. Baby Clinic Mollie'E are invited' to brilii their babies to Hie Mission on any Wednesday nllernt'on when ins'lrnc'.lona icgardlng feeiilng and general care of Ihe vill he given by the Records .liept of your baby's to, spe lhat he is gain- ing. Phone 1233 428 1 Ih St. 3. JMcnibtrs of R. C. D-'s, Spcondl Tanks and Ihc j j i Seven men's l.etlibridif IJD.VS ar-i rived home from llie war Tb-sc were 1'ics. Leon Uimsworlh. for-1 of .he Herald siaffl Percy Ir-, Win of the Hank of Montreal siaft; and'son ot MaKislralc U.lil, anrt .loe, Uovcl all of IhP. Itoyal Canadian Dra-, eoons; Howard Xolson. II. lugroml ami Vic Bourns, of the 2nd Tank; Corps, and I'te. Coiaret. ol Ihc_..l5l; Ballaiion. vliO came in from uaigfiry- lie- was demobili70il. The most of these boys went over with (he -Mounlc-rt Police, lalcr trans-i fcrriug to oilier nails.. Tlioy saw j about .si. weeks' ilglHing before_ the, armlslu-e was slsned. 1'le. will. Ih. Balialion (Lrourh all tlic big engageinents of ISIS, lie was n mtmber. of the laic Lieut. Hoy Buchanan's platoon. LIVERPOOL UNIVERSITY 1 AFTER McCILL PROFESSOR; I.IVEIIPOOL. Juno Liverpool Universily hasydccldcil lu offer its vice-chancellorship lo Col. Adams, professor of bacloriology .at JlcGlll University, Montreal. 4 v. f.- D baseball (cam played lwx> .-opiiB cames. on Tuesday morning against ileccLivood-aiid Westminster corning out victorious in botb matches. I The first game was very close. In the second Inning ntllher sine got 3 run- ner as far as first base. At llie end of the fifth innings llie score stood P.I .1 to1! in favor of r'leelwnoii. hut dur- ing the 'sixth Central iiia.do five anil Klootwood only two. ,Tho Tin- ning team scored ono.more In Iho last innlnsa siviiif them a Isart of three. The gnme llnl.ibcd in favour of Cent- ral clgKl runs lo five, nyms by (nnlnga Fkolwoorl 1U r, Centrnl-.l) Ml 10S I- Bmcry. II. Slnclaii1, John Cnlfay. .V, Ueoghcgali, Jnmes Cofla.v, J. Harris, J. Moascy, N'. lirooka, Uoblns. Central J. Lawson, D. Kever. McLean, Ott, P. .Bonncll, T. OU-J losple, C. p. Steel. II. Cod. The second game not so close lor-Cenlhil 11 gol nwaj- with five runs In (he.sij'coiid Innings. ef boys wort inifortunal6'ln fpl linf- Ing their rc'Eiiltir pitcher on hanil, allll In the "third Innlnji -they piilj'-.ttiolr dpponenla' down two, Trbl allowing Bny-.of Iherrtj lo rcach-flrtt bass. i "p 6 In favour of Contrnl. Tho 'name tenm.'pla'ycd {both games wllh ccplipn.thnT 6d Ttonncll. i Wcnlmlnster i 200 i v... I'alching, "A'aniori 'N'orraa'n, Denmond, Jack Jfm Douglas, Harry Toylor, Jim Kcrgah. Strong, Forceful Men With Plenty of Iron In Their With Power Energy To Win _ f I "Many i capable rnaii or wbnlan fills short of winning because tlity. don I back up their mentality, ivith the pliys.- ical slrenKlll and energy wlncli come from Iiavinj pltnty -of iron iii_lhe says Dr4 Jar oo, says r a _ livin, formerly physician ot Helle- viie Hospital (Outdoor New Varlf, anil tlic Westchcs'.tr County Hospital. lacccia and tfy 6.20 p S.-IS i t TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAIISI3 DAIL-Y LHl-cct Connec'lions at Calgarj- ona Medicine HaL NEW AUL SLEEflNO CAR TRAIN ___'......, ;l ,n........... Inrllisr any Ticket Agcul or 16 J. E. PROCTOR, Dlalrlct PJisingtr AgenL Calgary. pni 7 is n'oi d 31; o in nm .'lO.OO a.in 0.45 p.m. p.m. 11.35 il.m. n.or, p.m. '9.W .-.0.15. p.rn, 7.30. P.m. ;