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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta h J 1)1 PAGE TEN THE LETIIBRIDCE DAILY HERALD W.DNESDAY. JUNE 5, 1ro. Those who I 1 11 ' BB s I " ' y " j iiiM p.iitl Ihi'ir taxes lU'i" not say- Vl llL.ll KiU't L I i-jiii.: r,;\i.h. mill arc just womlering ;�!;;!iiir ilic- lily is really sflnR fo " ' j put on the sorew? a' last. In the mean- Postponement of Tax Sale ;''IV.'' .'"^'^'^^ "re eo.nlng in at tlw city , , , ((UiH'CH iK.'.Mer than for years at (his . cussed-Taxes are C oniinff in Well Tho sugpeslio'i tjirown o;;: 1 y Mayor Hardie tluu Hie 'nichi postpone the tax sale i;;>;;;.iu' eoiirt proeeedinj:.-; 1():' .ull.-i tuki ef tiix arrears is nieesini; w'-.i! ,i v;ii-M ,i reception so far as tii" nr:a!(! is aM- seasoi! One day rerently J.'i.noo was .'oHe.-icd and the daily amount is fairly s.iiisfai'tory. Some Objections Ora' of the eliief objeetioiis to the iii-iitution of court proeeodinss. is thv. province who nro tax pnycrs nonlfl be penalized whiio tho holders of Lethbrid.Ke property living outside ihi. province would likely Got off onslly because of the oxpouae of carrying on suits oulyjile the roiirit of the province. Moral Right Another n"os>tion rnlseil is as to the moral right of the city to collect tnTcs hy obtniulng judgment against other property of an owner. Tho city has the legal right, but It is though! by some that if. us tho council seems to 1 Indicate by its he.sitation in going through with the tax sale, tho council fears too much property will revert to the city, it will he because the nitiz tl';!t tile I is likel\ to ln^tiune lied [ens do not believe the property is up i;i I'Tidlcss litiKatinn wiilu'ut ai'-j worth the taxes tlioy would have to : L"'!l*'V.i^'-:..l^j;.";!;.r;:"KL,i'rf To' that the hospuals wm be unfed as a centre for this. The other nurses are Jlisses Bessie Sargent, Gladys Thurston and Kllza-beth Clark with Jliss Christine Smith 100 PAIRS LADIES' SHOES Odd lines. All sizes represented oa the table. Priced regular J:!..")0 to Our June Sale Price ............ . 2.75 50 PAIRS CHILDREN'S SHOES Broken lines. Odd loU. Prices ranging from ?2.00 to ?3.50. Our June Sale ' t i-n Price .................................. 1.50 SKIRTS A table of White Skirts, all sizes. Priced from $1.25 to $6.50. Our June Sale Price-l-S Off. DRESSES JUST TWO DOZEN LADIES' RAIN COATS Odd lines. Left over from la.st seasons selling. Some up to the minute. Others a little out In stylo. But look at the price. From $12.00 to ?25.00 now cut to- Our June Sale Price ..____... $5.75 RIGHT IN SEASON Furniture and House Furnishings Our May Sales in this department far exceeded those of the same month in any year since we came to town. For June we have a few specials. BRUSSELS CARPET, worth $2.50, per yard. Our June Sale Price . . . $1.95 VELVET CARPET, worth $2.90, per yard. Our June Sale Price.....$2.25 Brussels, Wilton and Axminster Squares, in all the popular sizes, at closest living prices. COME ... SEE THROUGH OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT ... IN-STRUCTIVE . . . PLEADING AND SAVING. CONGOLEUM ART SQUARES WHY PAY MORE WHEN YOU CAN GET OUR JUNE SALE PRICES FOR TEN DAYS. '6.x9at:.............. $7,00 71/2x9 at............ $9.00 9x9 at ... .., ., 9x101/2 at ...... 9x12 at ....... $11.00 $13.00 $15.00 Cm- Dealers and Owners Anxiously Await Further Particulars of New Order Local automobile draiers, grocer.s, Jewelers and others arc aii."ciously awaiting the puublicatioii of the text of the order-in-coutnil affecting so-called luxuries, the importation of which the goverunioul at Ottawa ia probibitiug. So far only hints of v.hat goods are to ho banned have been given, but the hints are enough to convince dealers iliat an important change is about to take place. HOSIERY SPECIAL II^ 200 Pairs, all sizes, all colors. Worth up to 45c. Our June Sale Price, 25c THE LAST CHEAP HOSIERY FOR THIS SEASON. 50 Pairs Men's Khaki Combination Overalls. Now on sale for $3.50 per suit. SO Pairs Childs' Galatea "OLIVER TWIST SUITS." Our June Sale Price...............$1.25 ; I to be in the automobile business. All during tho .spring there were threats that the importation of automobiles would be prohibited, and many pro- Sst tela So'"Howe^r""S!�s superintendent The nurses have luow auiZrs if cars of 010 valuecompleted a special course in Ed-o " 1~ ov^r wo d be^f^e!{:'>"0"l"" >vttU Dr. Herbert^ Jamleson. "l;^"lhe^^vo^^rti:^ ^^.^TZl"^ t^^^^^U^TZr^^ V. nri^. .^^ "t Vital Statistics and the bls- btS^l'^^hat "ppi;" to'the in.;tory of this sort of v^ork from Its Si il^ice'^^etll'the'dJZ! in this^a^ I beginning, as developed In diffet^nt A few weeks ago we had 60 Silk Dresses. We sold 48 at prices ranging from $5.00 to $10.00. We have only 12 left to clear. Take your choice at Our June Clearing Sale for $4.75. , 1 Our New Dresses are simply pictures of fashion and priced ii from $15.00 to $35.00.' W rM i the order will aftVct local dealers in hjj i the Velie. the Hudson, the Paige, tho fji Hupmobile, the Kco. the Xash and l'f"''abiy a numdcr of others. Cars which win not be affected will include bVsJltho Kord, the Chevrolet, the Dodge. Studebnker, JMcLaughlln, Sa.\on, Gray Dort, and a number of others, most of which are either built or assembled ia factories on the Canadian side. Fruit Aff:cted Fruit is another thing which will he greatly affected by the new order. Tiie importation of .fruits which can ho grown on the Canadian side will be prohibited, and this will seriously affect the west, and especially Alberta as most of. the fruit used here is ^ I grown In the Pacific t'oast states, it Eif ; will make a greater demand for B. C. fruit whicli is just now beginning to come on the market. Washington apples and berries will bo prohibited. Hanauas and oranges will not come under the ban as they are not yet grown on this side of tho line, even , though Lethbridgc does claim to be ) In the banana belt. Other - fruits -|r:fl|grown in the Stales which cannot be =r::j' i produced here may still bo itnportod. Fancy Grocei�es Fancy groceries arc al.so expected to come under the order as will also expensive jewelry. The object of tho order is plainly seen when it is known that, in order to pay for a one-dollar purchase in Spokane or any other American city, the purchaser must pay into the banks the sum of $1.02, there being practically two i)er cent differential in exchange in favor of the United States. Local dealer.s scon by the Herald this morning generally stated that tUey preferred to have the text of the order before them before making any definite comments. countrie.s. Practical experience Aas hail In the medical inspection of the schools under the direction of Dr. Dunn, medical inspector of. the city of Edmonton, The uniform of the nurses of the new department is a natty dark blue braided affair with a becoming soft felt hat. UNSHALIFAR SHORT OF OBJECT Offensive Arrests After Nine Days With No Real Gain A lETOUC NEMAN'S HUIR Calgary, June 4.-That the great world war was not taking up a'i hi.i lime mucli less his thoughts and old frif;nds at home, an;l that he st'i; had time tor a little humor, was Drought out in a cablegram receivpd by Percy Bowman, chief operator of the (', P, R. teieg.-aplis, from one of his former linemen,. C, K. Mclnnes, who recently left with a draft for ovorsoa;�. As is generally known, it Is the custom on all railroads for all travelling employees of tlie road to send in their nightly "tie uii" for the day, so that the following day's instructions can i be given. It bad been I^ineman Mclnnes' duty tor several years to inform Cliief Op-i erator Bowman of his wliereabout.s, Reacdilng liis destination in England I a few days ago. I^ineman Mcjnnes jm-mediately .sent the followin(r cuhle-^1 gram to his former superior offi,- (Via Ileutcrs Ot-^ tawa Agency.)-Tlie fluctuating char- : acter of the biittle was strikingly illustrated yesterday.' There was even reason to hope that the enemy was i held, but he made another desperate ; effort between the Aisne and tlio ' Oiirc(|, apparently endeavoring to j outflank Villers-Cotterets, which he I failed to capture trontally. This area ! flanks the Parls-Sois.sons iload aiid the enemy pressure here v.-as supported by iJierce attacks on the wings, especially in the (..'lianipeigne area, thi; villages on either side of the Oureii being the scenes of hardest flgliiing, Tlio enemy mot with a measure of success, but at excessive | cost and the experts consider the re-: suits of tho fighting favorable to tlio : French, The enemy failed to make any impression at ^'Illors-Cottelets or /iet;; Forest, Tlic part played by the Americans show� that the reserve v,-liich the enemy afl'ected to despise already is eft'ectivoly In action. ^ Just Look At This! What Is a boy's greatest ambition �-isn't it to own a WATCH-onc of his very own? Not ; a "hand mo down" or one borrowed from dad for speciiil oo caslons, but HIS VRRy OWN. Lot us toll you how you can get one. We will give )ou a Watch Free of Charge And mind you. It IS a watch-a real one, not a toy. You can see them in our window for yourselves. We have just received 35 NEW SUITS to sell at $l'2.r.O, but na wo want to make our store THE BOYS' HEADQUARTERS, we-are going to sell them at and along with each of these suits will go  A WATCH FREE OF CHARGE .\ot only this, but you will also got an EXTRA PAIR OF PANTS The suits are the viry latest and iiiriiesl models, thc'coaf being a belted i)inchhai:k, juid tho lilooiiicr iiunts are full Ijeiled, The cloth is a siilenilid wearing worsli'd in a iiick and pick pattern of light and dark grey. r.ut see them in Ilic ,window first, \\'e kiuiw they will idease boUi vou and dad. THESE V/ILL BE ON SALE FOR SIX DAYS ONLY OR UNTIL THEY ARE ALL SOLD OUT, SO BE EARLY '.I i 1^ CONVENE REICHRAT. Amsterdam, June 5.-A dispatch received here from Vienna says that General Von fioydlor, Austrian premier, told a deputation of journalists it was the govornment'B Intention to convene the reichrat In the middle of June. =4= T KAISER'S USUAL LINE, will not again fall upon (he liritish army. "it seems Imprsjbable that the L!ri-liah front will" .remain inactive, and proof of this-i; the appreciable increase in artillery activity on certain points of the front." CAPTUREO BY SUB Washingtoij, Jline 5.-Tlie .N'orweg-ian steainslifp''"wik^indasuiid, which liad a Gorman sate' conduct, has been captured-by a Gej'niaii .subnmrinc and taken to. Swlnonraeiide, us u i)rize. advices to the Slate IJepartment Hahl today. The ship was on its/way to Stockliolin with a cargo of herring consigned to the Swedish food com-mlKsion. CROP AREA IN ENGLAND LARGE London, June 5,-The Englanc" and Wales Press Bureau announces that the total 1918 area of wheat, barley, corn, oats, rye and potatoes is now 8.302,,000 acres, a record of 2,042,000 additional acres ov�r 1916. It was predicted that a good crop would provide a bread supply of forty weeks throughout ttie Kingdom, saving 1,500,000 tonnage In wheat, 2,66 5,000 ~ln barley, 1,490,000 in oats and 2,820,000 in potatoes, Thic, despite two million few.er male laborers this year. � INSTANCES BRAVERY AT FRONT Paris, June 5.-The special correspondent of the Petit .lournal with British headquarter.s, after deBcribInK many heroic, deeds of BrltlBh.soldiers related to him yesterday, says: ".Many other fine .Instances of : : : > > ! them demonstrate the, epleridld spirit ? jwtth which the British/troops have j defentliid the soil of Frai^ee against I the CJermans. . Tlioy did not despair Amsterdam, June 5.-"When I see such horrors'' of war, rendering thousanda of persons homeless and- converting flourishing ntrotches of the French country Into hideous deserts, the thought is forced on me: " 'What suffejdnfT and misery France miglU have spared herself and hor iiDPPlo if the poaco offer of ^Doceniber li, lOlii. had not been HO criminally rejected'," saifl Bmperor > : : .;. .;. .> .;. poritlcnt of L'Ko-lair, who also Is at tlio British front, fsays:  ' "After tho events, of IMurcb 21, and tho "break down of the BrUisli fifth army, some Frenchmen, forgetful of the past, were heard casting doubt upon the powers'of resistance of the British .soldiers, Such judguiont was unjust. Now, after what took placcj lit Craonne, Bornlcourt and* Thallls, for the def0ii�6: of Hiiolnis,, thla remark wov^ld � bo. 11 � crime, . -. , ''Our pollus'SUV/'Tommy at work andctli.OHOhar^dayH,- which tliey spent �lix coinnipf), ;\v;lli' strdngthen mutual �confltjonco, Boaldes,' who knows whether tomorrow the wolglU of battle No other Piano affords so much of satis-;fiaction and of pleasure in ownership as does '�the ' , � Mason and Risch Piano It oinbodioB in every detail an unapproaclied suproiii' acy-It is Indeed a Piano of .SUPER-QUALITY. it Is sold to you direct throiigh tho "Factoi'y to Home" plan o� purchase^ providing for you the possibility of paying yoursoK the middleman's profit. JHC HOME OF THE VICTROLA" ' eVERY 3TYLE-EVERY PRICE 111 AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS FOR YOU TO SEtECT FROM ^^iiiittcb BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. ' UETHBRIDGE mi: 4086 7 ;