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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEX THE LETH3RIDGE DAILY HERAtD WEDNESDAY. JUNE 5. IQ'.S postponement of Tax Sale Dis- are Coming 1- in Well If.'.jn. Ratepayers who have kept svueally ot tlie eir faxes av thai the cily should go r.nJ haw a cli'-in up of the- arcars so that a sound basis ct (inireco should the province who arc Us payers would be: penalized white the l.tthiriuse vrvperly living iratsiile the province likely get off easily ot the expense ot carrying on arrived at onco more. Tbose who oui3idi! Ihe courts of the prov- have i'AM Iht'ir taxes are not say- ina icucli. end are Jusl wondering whcthtr ite city is really joins to put on lht> screws at last. In the mean- UnK1 taxes nre coming in at tae- city offices 1-ettcr' than for years at thU One day recently 55.000 was collecml and the daily aniouK! is fairly satisfactory. Some Objections Mayor IlariSie tliat ihe poitlHJED the tax a; court for ttn? coll action tax is mooting with A varied reccpl'on so far as the Herald is apKi One of the clm-I objections io the iDtgliLUnsiitutlon of .court U tU'.'.ilej tiiat tlio cily is likely to become l: in ynilless UtigaTkm without _; nmrb. U is also pointed t the peiipte of the diy and 01 Moral Another question raUeil h as lo tlie moral rfght o! Ihe city to collect taxes by obtaiuiug judgiueut against other properly or an owner. The city has the legal right, bul U is thought by some> thai if, as the countU sems to Indicate by its hesitation iu through with tho tax sale, the coutici! tears too much property will revert to tho city. It will bo because the cltiz ens do not .believe the properly.Is worth the taxes they would have to assume In purchasing al the .sale. In that case ii Is questioned whether 'a HEALTH DEPi: ON' M "HILL UP OLD TRICKS s at Half Price Cm Dealers and Owners Anx- iously Aiivait 1'urfher Par- ticulars of New Order Local automobile dealers, jewelers and others aii.xlO'JJiy awaiting the puuMicatton ot the text of the order-in-eounri! affecting called luxuries, the importation .which the. government at Ottawa prohibit inn. So far only hints IS OUR HOBBY Miss E. Maude Davidson at the Pro vincial Health Department, was in cily yesterday from Hdmonton on her way io Coaldale. Miss Davidson, who Is of London. Ontario, is u graduate of one of Ibe Xew York hospitals anil hits recently taken a course, io N'ew York. Four nurses have been appointed in Alberta who upon request from, rural schools go there lo make inspections, the.Idea being to reach places where a doc- tor's help Is not easily obtained. Tlie object of the nurses Is at present ed- ucative. Ihe nurses giving lectures and health talks to encourage coun- try districts to have medical inspec- tion !n thair schools. With the The most important change, so far Of mral hospitals' ,it Is as l.ethbridge Is concerned. [Uot ,hc hospllals'will be ustd to ho in the- aulomoMle- business. All j as a centre lot The other nurses are Misses Bessie Sargent, Gladys Thurstoh and Eliza- beth Clark with .Miss Chrls.iine Smith as snperin'tehaent. The nurses havo aow appears as if cars of the value yjust completedf in Ed- v.-hat goods arc lo be .banned have been given, but tho hints are-enough to convince dealers ehat an iniucrtaut change is about lo lake place. ..during the spring there were threats 11 lhat the Importation ot automobiles 'B 'prohibited, and many pro- iere forwarded to Ottawa jWe are only do start in; afflicted about twice -every year, but we make the fur fly when we H Our June Clearance Sale STARTS THURSDAY MORNING AND LASTS ONLY TEN DAYS We arc prepared to offer bargains. Cqmc.and look them over. Come ready to ex- pect much ready to SHOE DEPARTMENT :ests" igainst such- a courso. IJowaver it ot S1204 or over would Whether this applies lo tho factory K, nttccted monton with Dr. Herbert Jamleson, be aueciea. lwturM a splendid drill- price, the Invoice lo the dealer or to selling price is not known, but it Ing in bacteriology, with a thorough study of vital statistics and the his- the order will affect local dealers In the Velie-. tho Hudson, the Paige, Iho Huprnoblle. tho Heo, the Xash nnd lirohably a-number ot othere. Cars which will not be nHected will include tho Ford, the Chevrolet, the Dodge. lory of this sort ol fcom Us beginning, us developed in different countries. Fra ct leal ex pe ric'nce was had In the luedieiil luspecllon.ol the schools-under the direction 61 Dr. Duuu, medical inspector of- the citj- of Edmonton. The uulforra of the nurses of tbo 100 PAIRS LADIES' SHOES' Odd lines. All sizes represented OQ the table. -.Priced regular to 0 ,7C Our June Sale Price i 50 PAIRS CHILDREN'S SHOES 1 Broken lines. Odd lots. Prices ranging' from 52.00 to J3.50. Our June Sale' Price .....I..............-........ 1.5Q SKIRTS Stuileboker, McLaughlln. Saioil. Gray Dort, and a numfcer of others, most or which are either built or assrablcrt in factories on the Canadian side. Fruit Affected Kruit Is auotber thing which will be greatly affected by the new order. Tfae importation which can bo grown Canadian Side will S I be urohibited, and (his will seriously B affect Ihe west, and especially Al- HI I berta as most o( the' fruit used here is 'grown in the Pacific Coast states. U wljl make a-greater demand for B. fruit which Is Just now beginning to come on the market. Washington ap- ples anil berries will he Bananas and 'oranges will not come under the' ban as they arc not vet grown on this side of tho line, even HI though Lethbridgc does claim to be 3gJin 'he banana.; belt. Other.. fruits grown In the. States which cannot be produced here irnay still bo Imgbrieii.. new department is a natty dark blue braided affair with a becoming soil felt bat. m table of White, Skirts, all Priced from to Our June Sale Off.' Offensive Arrests After Days Wilh No Real v Gain Nine Fancy'Groceoiss DRESSES -A JUST TWO DOZEN LADIES' RAIN 'COATS 'f Odd Jlnes. Left over from last Eeaju-iiTa selMng. Some up to ihe minute. Others a little out In style. But look al Ibe price. From to J25.00 now- cut to Our June Sale Price j. RIGHT'IN SEASON A few weeks ago we had 60 Silk Dresses. We sold 48. at prices rangmgifroniJlSJIO to 12, left to clear. Take your choice at Our June Clearing Sale for Our New Dresses are simply pictures and priced from to HOSIERY 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 per 1 suit.' 50 Pairs Childs' Galatea "OLIVER TWIST SUITS." Our June Sale Price Furniture and House Furnishings in this department far exceeded those of (he same month in .any yeaHince to .town. For June >ve have a few specials. worth per'yard. Our June Sale Price worth S2.90, per yard. Our June Sale Price.....- and Axminster Squares, in all the popular sizes, at closest liv- ing prices, I COME SEE THROUGH OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT IN- STRUCTIVE. PLEASING AND SAVING. ART SQUARES MORE WHEN YOU CAN GET OUR JUNE SALE PRICES FOR TEN DAYS. 9x9 at 9x12 at...... at S9.00 1 Fancr groceries.'.aro also collected to come under the pfder as will also ex- [ensiTC. The object of, the order Is plainly en when il that, in order pay for c one-dollar purchase in American city, e purchaser must pay into the banks e sum of being practic- y "cerit differentia] in ei- ange the United States. Local dealers seen by the Herald [s morning generally stated that ey pTererrcd to Kavc tho text of the der before making any ifiuitc commentE., Paris, .luiie Hie military writers, says a Havas News Agency summary of tho military situation to- cnt that yesterdr7's events la -tbo battle area emphasize the slackening of the action byfhe enemy. and that as in Iho case of the March offensive, the of the Ger- mans came-to a halt on tne ninth day with the cnensy out of. breath froin tia eierjioos1 and without, In this case, having been able to cross .tho Marue or. to force a road to Paris. The critics cin.ect'that the., strug- gle will be resumed, with eren greater force, as long as the .Hermans, shall uot have obtainert a decision or ei- liausted their reserves, but no doubt Is expressed as to the.point at wbtcli the enemy will make another >fforl. liost 'of the newsuapefs, like, l.e Matin "anil Libre, see the ptaslbility. of an attempt by tho, Gerr mans at a ijassage.of the ilarne or Just Look At This! Whal is a boy's greatest ambitioii it to own a his my own? Xol a "baud mo down" or ono borrowed from tlad for special oc- casions, but IIIS VKRV OWN. Lot us tell you how you caiLgct one. WewillpipallVatch Free of Charge one. not a toy. You can Anil-mind you, it IS a real see them in'our window for yourselves. We have Just received 35 NEW SUITS to sell at but as wo waul to make our store THE BOYS' HEADQUARTERS, we-are golug to sell theui at and along with each of tliesc suits will go i )_ "f A WATCH FREE OF CHARGE Not only this, lull you win also sot au EXTRA PAIR OF PANTS suiis aro the very blest' and nltllcst luodols.Jlio'cout being ami Ihe blcojner I'ants. arc. .full belted. t iriui? worstwl tii i iifcK and TL teltetl pinchbiick, cloth lb a spkndid light iiicl grc> But 'see'them In Iho ,wtniluiv fjrat. We. know they will you dail. THESE WILL SALE FOfl SIX DAYS ONLY OR UNTIL THEY ARE'ALL SOLD OUT, SO BE EARLY -t Tito bt of one lo break the front between arm% Xoyon and Jlont Dtdler. This lalteri, It sector, according lo the majority of front will not again falKupon Ihe lintiDh CR01' AHEA IN Calgary, June the great orld war not taking up hi.i me iirach less his.thoughts anil old rif.nds at homo, and that he st-T. had ma for a little humor, .was nrcught ui in a cablegram by Percy lowrnaa, chief operator tit the C. P. I. sc'regraplis, from one nf his tonuer U. K. llclanes, who recent- wilh a draft for overseas. As'is generally known, II Is the cus- om ori all railroads tor all travelling imployees of the road to send in their day. 'so that iy'3 Instructions can _ the Bri inactive an 1 the ni tillcri icti H> on certain Another Effort. jpoints of Ihft front." London, June (Via Reutcra Ot-j tawa Tlie.nuctualing char- i rLa-niarii BV 1UB CAPTUR BY SUB i the critics, is tho one, that needs tho proDf of tljl watching. crease iti art actcr ot the battle was strikingly 11-j.r. luslratcd yesterday." There was oven reason to hope that the eneniy. was held, but he made another desperato effort between the Aisne .and the to he lightly "tie up' he folloirlng i be giTcn. It had Lecn Lineman Slclnnes' duty or several years to inform Chief Op erator Bowman of his whereabout" {eaehlMg his destination in Knglani a ffcw days ago, Lineman Mclnnes Ira mciliatc'ly sent ,lhist. following cable- gram to his former' superior officer: "LiVBrpool, Juno Cal- gary. Here tonight.1; (Signed) Me- Innes." Chief Operator. Bowman immediate- ly cabled back to his former lineman: Ground all lines leading to Berlin." Ourcq, .apparently endeavoring, outflank Villers-Cottercts. .which failed to capture trontally. This area (ianks the fipail and tho enemy pressure here was sup- porlcd by fierce atlacks on Ihe wings, especially In' Ihe Uha'mpetghe area, the villages oh cither side of the Ourcn being the scenes of hardest fighting. The, enemy met ivilli measure ot success, bul al excessive cost and the. experts consider lite TC- of Iho fighting favorable to tlio Waslilngtol had .N'bhveg- indasulid. .which a German conduct, lies a Gefman bubniariue and taken as a vices to Iho State. Uepnrtnipnt said today. The ship was ou its (way to 'Stockholm with a cargo of herring consigned Swedlsli food cool mission. ENGLAND LARGE England and'Wales Prew Bureau an-: nounces lhat the total.HW area of wheat, barley, oats, rye i 'and 'pblatces is acresV'a record of ad- ditional acres It was pfe'dleted'that a good crop would -provide "a bread iupply of forty "weeks throughout i saving tonnage In wheat, "In barley, in oats and In potatoes.) This, despite two 'million fewer male'-laliorers this year. French. enemy 'failed to make any Impression at Villers-Cotterets or Hetz Forest. Tlie part played by the Americans shows thai Ihe reserve which the en- emy affected to despise already effectively In action.' CONVENE REICHRAT. Amsterdam, June dispatch re- ceived here from 'Vienna says lhat General Von Keydler, Aualrlan prem- ier, lotd a deputation of Journalists it was the government's intention to convene Ihe relchiat la tho inlddlo ot June CO. KAISER'S Amsterdam June 1 see such h4ffoAx of war rendering thousands of per sons homeless- r nourishing of the 4 I'icnch country into 'f deserts, tin; Iho'dshljs JorcoJ oti me: 't What suffering i ana cry JTance might havs sparcrt 't herself and liW neoplo if too peace offer of December 1' 't nad lot bren so crlmln i nllr rcjfc 4 Wl Ham Jonnieying 4 ttirough tfio ilMiUted Marno region lo Karl fton ff ncr of! the nor I In t 1'arls, June Tlie special corres- pomlent of Ihe Petit Journal wlili1 llrillah headquarters, after deatrlbinc many herolii'deeds of Uritlslr, soldiers rclaled lo him Many other fine Insfauces of braver) might he mentioned of them demonstrate Hie uplift) lid splrll which the British troops have 1 defended ihe soil of t-nnfe ngotnat Ihe Germans Tlfty dlil not ucapalr for a minute but fought without ccs cation and Cv6i cipuircd prisoner! special correapondeDt 01 Lie lair who alio Is at tlio ttlllsh tronl .i Ihe evenU, of Alarcli 21 and doftii ot (lie llrltfsh fifth army some Irenchnfcn forgetful of the wero ilrcdrd. castlfig iloulil upon tho poneri of re'ilSlVnco ot the Urltfsh soldlen Jmlgmcnt unjust N6w after what (OOK place af CriOnne Hefnloonrt the deffilne of >nrt a llhcln: mark would be a Time and' Thallls, Hi la poflnj Toriiray nt itheea hard (fays Which llioy spenl strenglhsil mutual In flesdlca who kn6ws who thef tomorrow the tvelsht of lialllo ano ..a ffords so mucn of satis- pleasure in owneYSriip as'does H''; Mdson and Risch .Piano It embodies in every .detail, an unapproactittl aiiprent' j It Is Indeed a I'lano of It 13 told to you direct through the "factory lo llqirie" plan ot purchasoi providing' for' you (Ho possi- bility ot paying yournclf tho middleman's proliL -BALMORAL BLOCK- 'FJFTH.BT. 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