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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News -------------T------------------ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It. THURSDAY. Jl'NK a, 1910 LETiiumnc.r.. ALHEWA. PAGli SEVEN City Council Asks Schools Board To Cut Year's Estimates 10 Per Cent WON 'EM BOTH To Help Find Money Lo In-' crease Wages of City Em-1 ployees and al Same Reduce Tax Rate lo .35 Board Ans- wers Thai Expenditure Been Pared lo Being Sharpened Up. Ing ibc had tic en 4 pout and the rest is in 6 a la rl i-s I luiea assumed by lUo cily on lUe of the principle of nol school teachers adequate ostensibly for Iho nurnoso ol Increus-1 grounds. Urauls hiiiicno niaJe to i teg fti other employment, II was Hoard of Tredo, in the rua'.ler ot nrlui- Itnposdiblti lo brlUE the csllouiex' Ing aud tbe Iruvoling eijienies ul Ihe rtoivii any (urluor irilliout laipairJng J'reaiapnl, weru fiorcJ oft. wiiU olher Ihe etllclency o( Ihe scUnola and neg- lecting what WHS really grunu. So In'future ilit aign tbo council chamber will be "Nobody N'eed' Apply." L, A, A. A. tucky Tijo me afters of iho ccliool Tiie arbltrallou board had diBseclod J left Ihe c'haaiuer telling ihe city citlmatea (o couH (arbitration board Ihal a full meeting be Exiling the money to meet the mauds if Ab a result A Macedonian call baa been mbdo by (ho cily uouocll lo the Public Kchwl lloafd. il it jortae (Is PFllmaie Tor Ihe year so aa Lo ie- ilnce ihe eaine 10 per rent Trom the mount of 43 subniULed. The reason for oialdng this request Is, thai YilUi the city eallninio us now roraulled, tbe Ua rate will bo 40 mlllE on the dollar. Tbti Is aflcr the roost drastic reducllooi, lha letter jioluts cul, on kll esllmilei uver which the lommliaioners coaUol, ihe filed r-harfM ot debenture and prin- [pal adidittlQR of DO rertnclloa.' Toe council stele JUai even with ihe Telurlloni they hnvo marJo itiey tre to curlflll uecessary ei- pentilturcsi lo offcd a reduction of 10 per cert I on Iho and Uicrcby i educe the mill rate lo X5 a tig- lira which tvlll'itlli be a advance on J91S, and Ihla tn spite ol the Tact ihat'it la possible Hi at they may have further demands on the city's finance if au Increase of pay ia granted Ihe rlly employ 60S''by the board nf arbi- cf Ifits.iho fotlowlnE grants were out off: Poultry Association Sal- 1 ration. Tie rj in their letter Army Band Trades aud Labor Sports 100. and all the unpaid balance to the cily band. The blue pencil was alao drawn ovop tlie u[ the board would be called lo con-1 elder tho luaiter ol ihe reduction ot I estimates lo nicti ihe clrru IDS lances j acd limy wyuld pay Ihc cily ball a visit on Thursday, hut at (he saint time lielil out vniy lilllc hope llJat any ther paring I'uuld be made. lu the rauller of granu made by riiy wliidi wore score-.! Trav lu conversation iJcdJ- cine Hat thle to learn v v Ilio result o! the hejder played by the local uatn agalnut the Monarcba C- day, ihe Haittrs sal'] they ivould raihor HOT iai; aboui v the result. The won v botli fixtures, the Hist 10 5, v und tho second 3 to C-. Today v the leom is'pJaylJiff Uoiv IslanJ tbere. and tomorrow freuLng at JL- C.20 al ibe J-Tckstorm I'jrk ibey will Ghoiv their ware.s igtt'nat the famous Cardsicn crew. will pilcb for i'ardBlQLi o i-J- and either Hover or De -Mar lor j (be locals. v o v v lESafflfiEISOFF Lothbridge Amttcur' tllcrK' Aid was alloired 10 ;-lanJ and; 'lou, biit ?400 of this tlial lo Hie Veterans' Club. fn tlie police court on ternoon A. was. on the charge of being In possfls- Fion or liquor beyond the quantity il- lotved by iaw, fined Ihp maiJaium or !Knj aad costs. At the dauie court a charge of thett from perjoo vas by Frank O'iJrien sfalnst bis roommale yt Ihe Uoaldale bolel. NVIl eon. The sum stolen waa salJ 10 te Tht caie adjourned. Liberals in Convention Not Likely to Name Candidate us SOTS my Evidence :is to Assessment And, THX Rule Tn ken This Morning ajoneri to (he School Board, oii rale' to meet increased expeiiilUu're isday. tame, a from iiiu hoaJd Ihs demands of .the employees that. Eonic cri'ort should'ho by the Srhobl Board to cc-ojieratc with thern. They, state thai 'il has really come-to n point' whore unless ilic sug- teileil. ar6 raarfs tlie city will be unable (o furnlFli the money. f. Could UH Morn Money On lop, of (he request of the com rois Tuo'; tihairmin oT the arbitration board that the trustee! attend meeting o[ the board iti-rrtard to Beeing what' could, be done fn Hie way ol reducing- the estimates so as to me el tbo demands of Ihc civic employes. In compliance Trltli the request Messrs. Davidson, Hogg and''Johnson, School appeared before ths, Rrbitra- 1 [on-bnard oti arternoon, ivhv .tho-tjuoHtlon of the reductions was? Gfllng'through ihR eatlmales submitted, GhaUfnaa -Jamie- ion VuEgealed llial the amounts (iGO'for ImpToyc- monts to srquads" might "be" the-School Doarrt. replied that tbe eslima.lea when, been par- ed-to Ihe litnlL anil that tbe board r.outil easily do witli conslderibly was the certainty, ihat t'noire Tvould iia the Increased EccoiDmoJallon and an addition oi- at IcaU'Liro'ipore tcacbcrs to meet'the number of tbe pupils unUclpatetl. 'Tho. amounts for-ripalri'and for Ihe school grounds be needed for .other eipendl turec which Ita4 not come Into calculn- lloii vrtien tbe estimates were made up. In these clrcnniBtancea it bad been decided that Iho Improvements to tho jrounfls, wo-JlVl have' to" stand over, much, ni'they required, and In. lhe'.repalrBJirhEt was onlytem'pbfflTil.T neeiled would bo gdne-on irllh. Mucr better cfflelency could be c Increasing the' salaries of the tCBchcrs teachers would Imyo to be IndepcniJetitly The or t.bc arbitration board, silting In the city council cham.) bor, arc marked vliji hnrniony. U possible that all the evidence netcs- .sarj' H-JII be completed today. At Ibt session this morning1 Mr. 0. U. Ilou'iruii. Mr. D. A. Smith and Mr. n. V. Glhbina were cxaililncd in re- gard (o rental value? in Uie propoMioii they Etood to taxes un the properly. This procedure adoplcd ivllli Ibe of n raise In1 IHti mill be granted, TJie'question of assess meuL ad new teachers wi paid SUCCESSFUL IN EXAMS Conerafufalfons are extended to Kathleen Terrill, Jcssfc and Walker Dunham, all Lctnbridgc pupils til. the Unirersitj- of AJbsrtft. Jiavc successfully papsetl Uicir .vcar's. craraiiialfons. ioucbed on, in that (I was Meetli that ihc mill rale on Ibosc who pai'J the separate school rale mills. Tliero had been complaint lit this regard and il lo bb fearetl thai nny further increase in HID tax rate would mean thai ihc owners ol would not be nblo to hold the snnie. Chairman .Innilcson remarked thai ihc oxlra expenditure bo cutniled If iho employees' claims Mere met looked at Hits Uruo lo mean a raise; in the mill rate of 'i mills. ATLANTA, Ga.. June of llie Western Union Telegraph coai >any, who went on strike liure yes- .erdrty lu pupport ol tclnphone opera- ,or.t 'who walked out Monday, were nformed by tlie company (tur none oT Ihcm would be reln.uated "even i[ conBidcretl necessary 10 abandon tbc nnClre telegraph service al Allanla." Xo'-kes lo Ihis effect were jiostcri by ordrr of Xewcomb Cflrlton, president or Itie company. Union officials estimated that 150 persons went out from the We stern Union office while tbe company esltm- ated the total al HO. A connltomeni of German toys re- fused by an Auiertcen l.'rm, was sold by the ggvernmenl to a -Mexican com pi ay. Al the K, .P. hill IhTi afternoon Liberals of the LcthbrJdge con- elltutrcy are In itsjion for purpoii of nominating a candidate to conleit the next federal elec- tion. E, B. of Tiber, il the convener of the convention. About 60 deligalti ire In the clt; for the event. In of tht Actions of U.F.A. polllkftf conventloni In Mtcleod. and Bow Vcl- ley, when no cantilrfitei wtre named, organlntion only being tffected, it it doubted whether a will be named here tflerroon. No prominent have been mentioned In quarter. Peter CaslHn. IV rliTng on tbe SLenic rallwjy al foney iFlanrf, had hia skull rractnred viheu he leaned out too far guiog round a curve. It LI underitood thit it Medi- cine Hat, too, the convention will be very quiet and that no names will be put In nomination. No prominent Liberal speakers are hera for today's ARROW SOFT COLLARS ASK TO SEE IT K of Week-End Make Moisture Sufficient For Month of June Our CorresTKmdent) pay an advanced mill raio Ip'mcsL the expenditure necessary ,jor giving ihn civic cmylojees ivii'at tnej. domanded Tho cslimales of the separate schools u-cre EQne.oTor to Lbey coirirj be'feduccil. T Tbo chairman nf erred Ihsl properly [in Xbnb Leiii- hr'dge was under-assessed ,1n coin-1 urlsoD to property on the south giving evidence as to osscea-j raenl values, iled thai there no discrepancy (he vnlucs aa '.o assessment lie- .wcen properly on Ihc north slile ol Jjc'_city and_chat on. tlie po-Jtti Sj regard Jo the-mill rale, be Enid 1E01 to 1310 U. had varied tram 12 to mills... In' 1911. Iho rate." iras 15 mills' OQ, an assessment ol 11 millions, in 1312.IL -was 22 mills on in ESEessmcrrt ot In other tbe rate end" assessment! were as follows: mills and' Ui.900.000i 33 rnlll's -ariJ mills and COO: 191G, Si ''917. 32 mills Rnd'JlUOO.pDO; IPlS, 5.7 mllra and Would Pay More In the matter of', the tar rntc, IBSBTS. nnd .Mallcn slaledj HAYMONp June crop con IJial llie miners and tbfl liiembera orjdlllona in this district were never bet- tho i Trades and jyabbr, Council who', tpr. TJie rains ol the past week baye were .Willing lo s'eUled things for practically all p( Juiio bul vcc are suio lo have some more during Ihc present month.. }j. T.. King1 nud wlfo have-gone to Utah. Mr. King will relurn In about ten days bul Kins win stay in- dcflnllcly because o[ lier henUh. Messrs. H. S. Allen and 0. If. SHOT? to Ulah Tor Ibc cuurcli Eeml-. annual conference, Mrs. Emil Weca.nud Miss Nary Jlancuck arc in in IhoMntcresla of Ihu SUIte Young Lariica Mutual IiHproTcment Ass-ocialton. Cupid is again hurling his arrows very recently Mr. B. K. Dullock of I Welling anil Mrs.-Yrmestcm of Ulah, have been lift, Mr. UulJock mndc H Irlp to Grccl Falls in meet lila li ride-to-be, rclurnlriff oti Jlondny of lasl weck-nnrt on Frldny woro rnarrlcrf by Hlahop Pcleraon of Well- ing.' Mr. Yard L. Tanner, a one lime Tcsldetit of Raymond is in loivn lor a tow ilays. Jtr. Tanner is on his way lo Chicago, wlicro ho will attend Siimnicr School, then rcauniB lu'a work I in itfe Acndomy Osden, UUn. Mr. Ira Mcllrldo of WelliiiK- and I Fanny Woollcy ot lliis both very nopular young loft on Thursday lasl for Ulnh. They will bo married In tha Ball Lake TCm- ple. returning llje pavl ol (his month, they will nmkn Ilioir fulurc homo lu Ilaymond. The raany Iiicnda of both ot Uiosc newly ueth whK lliom ii plensmnt journey through life ami pxlentl congralnla'ion'i. Or. arn.CTiway.wQ3 called lo llie Wrenllmm district Friday nlghl lo re- pair the hotly of young Master N'clswi, son ol Mr, Rnrt Mrs. Jlhr Nelson of lliat Master N'clson wns look- Ir.E riown A well being dug by hja fr.Ihcr. when n gust of wind blew him in. Notwithstanding hu foil 22 feel, not n bono IVRB broken. of tbe brbtlrallon -hoardj cons! do red that Iho 'Schools 'were run- most eco- nomically and no paring was possible- wilboiiL Ibo curriculum being il waa staled in" and have a treat for tomorroSy's breakfast. ''Noihind like them A superior flaked food !made of corn in only one quality the highest. A product that cultured Canadian taste has made Canada's foremost corn food. Offenrst thought of for ita deli- ciousnesB. High- est thought of for iU -wrholesome- i' neas. I Each bottle of the beginning of refreshment anrl tlie end of thirst. tlie Genuine tr THli COCA-COLA CO. It Stomach Acidity, Pre- vcnta Food Fermentation, Sour, Cany Stomach and Acid Indigestion. Uouhllesa it you are a auKerer from: Indigestion- you have already tried j licpEio, bismuth, soila. charcoal, and various dlgeilive aids and you know these things will nol cure your some'cases do nn QVW give relief- before givloe UP hope and cldtng you are a chronic dyspeptic jusl try the utfecl'of a liltle blsuraletl tho ordinary commerc- ial "carbonalo, cerate, oslde 'or milk. hut tho pure bfsuralcd magnesia vblch you can oblaln from practtc ally any drugglBl in'eilhcr powdered or tablet fornv Tate a teaspoonful of the pawder o. two comprcesetl lablels wtth a llllle watcf aflcr your next meal, and sec what a difference ibis makes. U will Instantly neutralize the harmful acid Lu the stomach now caUBBB your food to ferment and sour, making" eas. wind, (latuleiice heart burn and tie Lloaled or heavy lumpy teellnc Ihat seems to folloT; most eat. You find tbat provided you take a illtls bleuraled )m mediately alter a meal, you can ea' nJhiost anyUtlne and enjoy It n-iihoii auy danger pain or discomfort It follow atid moreover, tbcconllnued usi of the blsurafed niagneaia cannot in Juro tim stomach In any way-so as there are any symptoms of CUNARD HNCHOR Aricttor'Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS From N'en- JuncH..VasarI Uveriiotfl June 14. .'Maurelania Bouthaniptuij' June IS.-PaimonU Piraeua June 21..Olynipltt .......Glasgow June Uvcruool June 2S..VcBlrls Liverpool Jime SS-.Aqmtania Soulhorapton Prom June 2S. .Cassandra Glasgow Vrom XBW July LiTerpool From July Liverpool From Xew July Liverpool AUS. Glasgow Aug. Glasgow PurchMfi prepaid IScXeti now (or nclalirea Frlsnds lo en- prompt sailing. For all intormatlon to any ol our or to company's of- fice, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 MA IN ST. "WINNIPEG v MAURETANIA DUE TOMOR- ROW -i MAl.ll'AX, ,N'. S.. Juno The Clin.irclcr Maurctnnla from blnglancl whti ofHcorf) and 3.607 oilier ranks of (lid'C. .K. V. la due here tomorrow al six v. ij'olock. acconllns lo 0 radio- snim received from llie big AUCTION SALE Tomorrow, Friday ON THE PREMISES, 315 TENTH STREET SOUTH COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK Instructed by ihe will sell by Auction, an ainmblige of HoiischoIH FURNITURfe Including: llnnilKojnc brass hstt. complMe wlih coll nnd nmttress: 'pilr of excellent iniallly FVi.MBD OAK UOCKKnS: f.imcii Ml.- MIJHAIIY .TABLE; cxlcnillns rllnlns. table iu onh; lianiisninp oftlt Gltlcljoaril: two sood nlnlng liwl niUirly nta SINGEIl Stnvl.SG .MACHINB; W'olu; Concbleuni bids, ind inatirc.-eoK; JlKl.'lliiJEIlA'fOH: AND Porlific; Ist'c curlalBs; 0-holo gas move; canlcn lonls; 5D8lnr3; nouso. lillclien. Libia ami a larpc ol tic. PLEASC-CcOTE- TIME OF-OAtr, :M9 .TERMS CASH PHONES WADDINGTON'S QALES ARt WORTH BECAUSE ME WITHOUT Cabbage Plants SPECIAL TODAY N'OT li ihe time to set jour cabbage plants, We have the best varieties, early and Into: 50 50c 100 Plants 1000 BING WO 13ili STREET 1872. "Lest We Forget" TAG PAY Under Un Auipicei or the Sir Alexinder Gilt ChlpUr I. Q. D. E. Saturday June 7 Proceeds lo assist in beautifying the i Soldiers'Plot at the Cemetery. i i The Cbaplsr liai plaui lor mikjn; Ibe Soldiorn1 PloL a lieautttul'spal. They nionejr lo enable tbem Co out thcsf. plaDB apil an CDUQUaf on gec-rosily or ererybody. i AUCTION SALE OF i OWING TO ADVANCING AOE AND FAILING HEALTH, J. F. FRANKS HAS INSTRUCTED THE UNDERSIGNED TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THF. TOWN OF ORASSY LAKE, ALTA., ON JUNE 14tK THE 36. BlocV 11, Front'Streel. containing building 21i40 Iwj S rooms upslalrff, Jarffe dlnJnr room and. kitction, r front and stairways, good cellar, cenirally loralcd. Contetrls: fi licds, sprlngJ and mallresses, 5 iltcs.'frs. 5 commodes, dlnlnf tables, chiilrj, etc.; Wiclicn ulenslla, dishes, 1 rlnge ami 2 hoatert. 32 mid 33, Ulock 11. Kront Street, conialnins butchar'' sliop, 24x40, 12 foot colllns- Also, Ice houfc 1U16 dill ol Ice. room tor (our horses, all TcnccJ wlili good board (chcc. ConteoL'i ol butcher Bhop: 1 fit miElne, 3 h.p., sausage machine, blocks, scales, ,Xo. 1 Hyan Bros. Teffigeraior, 10 foot, sloves iai ill 'nccessnry lools that GO .wllh s llrsl class merit, market. A SPLENDID OPENING FOR A GOOD LIVE BUTCHER Northeast quarter 3'10-13. Vi'csl of lili, all [enced with (our and five wires. posU I rod ''flpirl.- Slaugliler house IfixlS, nil necessary corral, good ivell; wllb plenty ot water. Orsssy No. I Is OD tills Qimrler.' Also dtelllng bouse 12i21, plastered and (lnithcil. Birn for four A splendid '.quarler for slock. 4 good young marcs, well Uoko. 3 vitli. loal. 23 head of citllo Ironl 1 lo 5 years old; 1 new single hujey; 1 list tingle i set double harness; various other Articles too numerous lo men. llori. lime will be uiilll Oclobsr 1, on unproved notos with Id per cent Hnlereil. 5 per cent discount for cash on lime amounts, SALE AT 1? O'CLOCK SKARP v W. A. Porttow, Auclionetr C. S. Jait, Cfcrk ;