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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J THE LfcffiSRtbfclE DAILY HERALD IMS I RECEPTION onement of Tax Sale Dis Taxes are Coming in Well fhe suggestloi thrown oi y Hardie that the cit micht postpone the Ux courtprocpcdlnfis for tin iolVtim of arrears is mretiiiR wih a varinl reception so far as th llrrald is iM to Ratrpnyers who have kept their taxes paid up are cenenlly of the opinion that tho city should go ahead mid a clean up ot tho arears so tliiii a sound basis of finance should bo at iinco Those who have not paid Iheir taxes nrn not say inx and are just wondering whether tho city Is really going to put on the screws at In the mean time tnxes arc coming In at the city offices bolter thnn for years at this season One day recently was collected and the daily amount la fairly Some Objections One of the chief objection to the institution of court Is that the city is likely to become tied up in omlless litigation ac complishlus It is also pointed in that the people of the city and of the province who are tax payers would ho penalized whllo Holders of Lethliridge property living outside the province would likely get off because of the expense of carrying on suits outside the courts 6t tho prov Moral Right Another question raised 19 as to the moral right of tho city to collect taxes by obtaining against other property of nn Tho city has the legal but It Is thought by some that ns tho council seems to indicate by Its hesitation in going through with tho tux the council fears too much property will revert to tho It will be because the citlz oiis do not believe the property Is worth the taxes they would have to assume in purchasing at the In that case it Is questioned whether a HILL UP TO IS OLD TRICKS AGAIN j s at Half Prke i IS OUR HOBBY J We are only afflicted about twice every but we make the fur fly when we If do start jjj Our June Clearance Sale I Judge would other prtjpeftjr hanKWnt ngfninst tthlefl Judgment ftjr jhanKWnt ngfninst tthlefl the ttwea uro Cnr Dealers and Owners Anx iously AVvait Further Par ticulars of New Order Local automobile jewelers and others are anxiously awaiting the puubllcatlon of the text of the orderlncoumil affecting so called the importation of tho government at Ottawa is So far only hints of what goods are to bo banned have been but tho hints aroenough to convince dealers that an Important change Is about to take 1 The most Important so far as Lethbridge is threatens to bo in the automobile All during the spring there were threats that the Importation of automobiles would be and many pro tests forwarded to Ottawa STARTS THURSDAY MORNING AND LASTS ONLY TEN DAYS We arc prepared to offer Come and look them Come ready to ex pect much Come ready to SHOE DEPARTMENT 100 PAIRS LADIES SHOES Odd All sizes represented oa the Priced regular to 9 7C Our Juue Sale Price I v 50 PAIRS CHILDRENS SHOES Broken Odd Prices ranging from to Our June Sale 1 Price J SKIRTS A table of White all Priced from to Our June Sale 3 DRESSES JUST TWO DOZEN LADIES RAIN COATS Odd Left over from last seasons Some up to the Others a little out In But look at the From to now cut Our June Sale Price 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 For June we have a few BRUSSELS worth per Our June Sale Price VELVET worth per Our June Sale Wilton and Axmlnster in all the popular at closest liv ing COME SEE THROUGH OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT IN STRUCTIVE PLEASING AND i F tm tea CONGOLEUM ART SQUARES WHY PAY MORE WHEN YOU CAN GET OUR JUNE SALE PRICES FOR TEN 9x9 6x9 at 9x12 m CO PROVINCIAL HEALTH ON VISIT TOTHEdlY Miss Maude Davidson of the Pro vincial Health was in the city yesterday from Bdmonton on her way to Miss who Is of is n graduate ot one of tho New York hospitals and hffs recently a course In New Four nurses have been appointed In Alberth who upon request rural schools go there to make the Idea being to places whore h doc tors help Is not easily The object of the nurses Is at present ed ihe nurses giving lectures and health talks to encourage coun ry districts to have medical Inspec Jon In their With es tablishment of rural hospitals is hoped that the hospitals will be used as a centre for The other nurses are Misses Bessie Gladys Thurston and Eliza beth Clark with Miss Christine Smith as The nurses have c j the nr Ing 111 UttULCi w mi t n different iBfl A few weeks ago we had 60 Silk We sold 48 at prices ranging from to We have only 12 left to Take your choice at Our June Clearing Sale for Our New Dresses are simply pictures of fashion and priced from to HOSIERY SPECIAL 200 all all Worth up to Our June Sale 25c tlie the the the the the Nash and probably a number of Cars which will not be affected will include the the tho Gray ifTJ and a number of most of iSj which are either built or assembled in factories on the Canadian Fruit Afficted Fruit is another thing which will be greatly affected by the new The importation of which be grown on the Canadian side will 1 be and this will seriously affect the and especially Al berta as most of the fruit used here is j grown in the Pacific Coast It will make a greater demand for fruit which is Just now beginning to come on the Washington ap ples and berries will be Bananas and oranges will not come under the ban as they are not yet grown on this side of the even EH i though Lethbridgc does claim to be jyj in the banana Other fruits HI i grown in theStates which cannot be M I produced here imay still bo had in the medical inspection ot tho schools under the direction of medical inspector the city of The uniform of the nurses of the new department is a natty dark blue braided affair with a becoming soft felt Fancy Groceries Fancy groceries aro also expected to come under the order as will also ex pensive The object of the order Is plainly seen when it is known in order to pay for a onedollar purchase in Spokane or any other American the purchaser mtfst pay into the banks the sum of there being practic ally two per cent differential in ex change in favor of the United Local dealers seen by the Herald this morning generally stated that they preferred to have the text of the order before thembeforo making any definite HALT FAR IT OF OBJECT Offensive Arrests After Nine Days With No Real Gain What is a boys greatest ambition it to own a of his own Not a hand mo down or one borrowed from dad for special oc but HIS VERY Lot us toll you how you get THE LAST CHEAP HOSIERY FOR THIS 50 Pairs Mens Khaki Combination Now on sale for per 50 Pairs Childs Galatea OLIVER TWIST Our June Sale Price June the world war was not taking u ai his time much less his thoughts and old friends at and that he stK had time for a little was Drought out in a cablegramrecjivfd by Percy chief operator of the from one of his former who recent ly loft with a draft for As is generally it is the cus tom on all railroads for all travelling employees of tlie road to send in their nightly tie up for the so that the following days instructions can be It had beon Lineman Mclnnes duty June the military says a Havas News Agency summary of the military situation to point out that events in the battle area emphasize the slackening of the action byfhe aad that as in the case of the March the May effort of the Ger mans came to a halt on the ninth day with the enemy out of breath from his exertions and In this having been able to cross tho Marue or to force a road to The critics expect that the strug gle will be with even greater us long ad the Germans shall uot have obtained a decision or ex hausted their but no doubt is expressed as to the point at which the enemy will make another Most of tho like Le Matin and LHomme see the i I possibility of an attempt by the Clerj mans at a passage of tho Marne or of one to break the front between i and Mont This latter i according to the majority of j the is the one that needs tho i most Another June Reuters Ot tawa fluctuating char1 actcr of the battle was strikingly il lustrated There was even reason to hope that the enemy was We will give you a Watch Free of Charge And mind it IS a real not a You can see them In our window for We have Just received 35 NEW SUITS to sell at but as we want to make our store THE BOYS doare going to sell them ut and along with each of these suits will go A WATCH FREE OF CHARGE Not only but you will also got an EXTRA PAIR OF PANTS The suits aro the very latest and niftiest thecoat boms H belted anil Iho bloomer pants full Tlio clotli is a splendid wearing worsted in a pick and pick of light and dark nut see thorn In the We know they will please tooh vou and THESE WILL BE ON SALE FOR SIX DAYS ONLY OR UNTIL THEY ARE ALL SOLD SO BE EARLY k but he made another desperato effort between the Aisne and the apparently endeavoring to outflank which he failed to capture This area flanks the ParlsSoissons Hoad arid the enemy pressure here was sup ported by fierce attacks on the especially in the Chauipeigne the villages on either of the Ourou being the scenes of hardest Tho enemy met with a measure of but at excessive j cost and the experts consider the re suits of tho fighting favorable to tho enemy failed to make will not again fall upon the British It seems rthat the Bri tish front wUViremaiu ami proof of the appreciable in crease in artillery activity on certain points of the BY SUB June Norweg ian steamship which had a German safe has been capturedby a German submarine and taken as a ad vices to tho State Department said The ship was on to Stockholm with a cargo of herring consigned to the Swedish food com CROP AREA IN ENGLAND LARGE June Englanc and Wales Press Bureau an nounces that the total 1918 area of rye and potatoes is now a record of ad ditional acres It was predicted that a good crop would provide a bread supply of forty weeks throughout the saving tonnage In in oats and in despite two million fewer male laborers this for several years to inform Chief Op U1V impression at VillersCotterets ov erator Bowman of his KCU Hi Reaching his destination in England a few days Lineman Mclnnes im HSmediately sent the following cable Sjg j gram to his former superior officer Ijp June Cal jBJ Hero Signed Mc i Chief Operator Bowman immediate ly cabled back to his former lineman Ground all leading to CONVENE June dispatch re celved here from Vienna says that General Von Austrian prom ftp I told a deputation of journalists S it was tlie governments Intention to convene the reichrat In the middle of 4 TIic part played by the Americans sliowH that the reserve which the unj etuy affected to despise already is effectively In llJuul KAISERS USUAL June I see such horrors of rendering thousands of per sons homeltsH and converting flourishing utretches of the French country into hideous the thought is forced on me What and mis ery Prance rnigljt have spared herself ami her people if the peace offer of December had 1101 been so crimin ally Baifl JSmperor ivUile journeying through tiio devastated Marne according to Karl Bos lin BRAVERY AT FRONT June special pondent of the Petit Journal with British after describing many heroic deeds of Britishsoldiers related to him says Many other fine instances of bravery might lie All of them demonstrate the splendid spirit with which the British havo defended the soil of France against the They did not despair fur a toutfought without ces sation and even Tho special correspondent of LK who also is at tlie British j of the Her ty ty After the of and down of the British fifth some forgetful of the were heard casting doubt upon the powers of resistance o the BrUlsh Such judgment was after what tooK place at Bernicourt and for the defense of this re mark would be u Our pollus Tommy ut work tliowe haid which they spunt lu will strengthen mutual who knows whe ther tomorrow weight of battle Super Quality other Piano affords so much of satis faction and of pleasure in ownership as does the Mason and Risch Piano It embodies in every detail an unapproaclted is indeed a 1iuno of H is sold to you direct through the Factory to Home plan of providing for you the possi bility of paying yourself the middlemans HOME OF THE VICTROU tVERY STYUEVERY PRICE AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS FOR YOU TO StlECT FROM BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH LETHBRIDQE ;