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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlll'HSIXYY, Jl'NR 5, mii J-KJ'llUmiJlil'. DAILY PAGE NINH Arrears of Taxes Act Now in Force in the Province lal lo Tin er whole Uxoi are In arrears from tJDMU-MOx .AIU., Junv iho them up at any lime If he lam" .tgbsion f[ (lie provliu-ial wishoa lo do EO. It pavmcm ot the Invurv. Hon. A. U. lib c buy. minis- CUrrent year's taxes, interest on tLe uf luuiiiL-iiul atf-iira. Inliuduvod consolidated arrean, or nuy inelaV wnk-li will be ol usalsl-1 menl is allowed to reniaiu ID default In urb.ici in iitl-, f0r u period of eli uinulbs Iroio rtic li'i-tuijj urn-drs of 'Ihia logisli- jm day of December of Iho year in litn ia knuxvu as "Arrears of Taxes whieli such payment was duo, ibe An" find is UBW in torcu. laud on which payment IB default will Tins can TJL> nude eiipHtalrfe 10 drop out of the ten year plan. The any lily, (own or rilkiec liy resolution of, Chu M municipality forthuiih lo i Lo sell or forfeit L lands because of non-payment of s fii ibe inauner provided Tor by Tin.' fact that forfeiture or tat salo Council. In Mur.l- or" briilial districts It t-an c.iiy Lo inndfc ujiiiliratlu liy as lUe cjfe uuiy Jje, stjfjjixt Lo ihc CDiistGi of llie miuJslcr ot inun- j jjroccedings have Leen comiEL-ocea Jttaira. I docs nut in any way Interfere iviih the In any municipality which lliia j of ihia oc-t. Jlut if Ihc K-t Is itiiiiu of land haa nlreiidr been cold lo Ihe mun- nPi'e'sflecrin any plcro I icLpalily for (axes, it IB necessary (lint of up to. (ha jUi d.ty of IJccPinLer, ihc for OUT oiviier of the land ahould 191S, VrJlfa unJcv maVo application to the Becreary-lroas- art. arrears" aMJ urer of Hit municipality oa or hcloro Mill 1m paynblq cfluaNzcJ con- Lhe loth ol October, 1519, lo hate ihe sre-jlivif amiual ingLiilnu-nts or Mend-jnci nnulv to his laud. U'illioul auuli oil anij. w'eri-st, naynble mjrpijUGsL belcg made, Lho act will not lli'> Siiuic tiTms Hfi-llie taxes for tiic cur-; apply to land sold tn tho municlpalily, rr-iu year, tlic first of sm-li atniual in- hut on request lielng ft ltd with ilm ttzhuenls bcliig duo payable In secretary-treasurer or olber proper of "'11; year U should Lo noted that ;flclal, the utt shall apply, io'u (CtMlition ulO'-Iml to Iliis n'Jiero land has been sold to A lax VnviStOii rfcquirca tho lama I purchaser olher than ihc uiunt- r loviod Ih" tlic' yeiir 19IH anil lD20'aro i bu s of those years ,n.l IJKI' year's 'Interest on Iho ctuaSHy, ihe former ownar must maka application to huvc Llio act apply ori or before the lolh of Oclobor, 1919. cnnicOirfu'tyil nt Uie rale of and in addition, pay to the municipal elphiVper-coHl ppr nun am, shall iiy iu trust for'the Lai sale purchaser, br- (Jufing ciich-Ot liic yoar-i jaiDjLiic of Uie penalties required nnil find LhaL during tlic yoara In'.fur rtJciuptlon. including l-c penal- arc pay.'.ble. liicltlcj; on taxes, it any, paiJ by the tax year's tgws are nlsq required I sale purchaser .subsequenl to tho sale, to tin paid. toRclhtjr v.-ilh a fee of Jl.OO for catrli of 'any hislhlnu-nts loi or yarcel ol land In connection yet steltirerj be paid up nl anyj v.'ith whlt-li ho wlshsa the acL to ap- tlinc Ed ikivt llie-faci thai ihia net linsl ply. It should be noticed that it la linui nii'Eo iLDpllruljlQ (o any rnunl- j only in case (he land has been sold to duality dr.cs not prtivent wny Laxp.iy-j the munlcipulity or Lo auoLher narty llial's'iiy au'pllCBtion need ha inado to I coinicJl of tho munlcipnllLy asking lint LliG to any land. It the action ot ttio minister for tbo rertc-mp- Uon of Huch or oJher secur-1 ity, In acccrOaucc with the of j lUe debentures latued or with HID cou- f of Ibo OH u era thereof. I LI the case ol any municipality to Itli act la made appllcutlc. loar.s agaloit of taies must be HniUed to a period ol tea yeara from tbo present Itiue, after any eiiillny sales agalnil tlieso arrears have beau paij. debentures or securities EO Issued EhaU become a flrsl charge agaiQji itusa arrears. The application of act It aal In any way deemed to te a uayinenl of arrears ot taxes, and where tberc Id provision la any municipal act re- quiring (axes to lit paid before the tax payer can vole, such provision shall Btlll apply. The Idea of this act ia Lo make pro- Tlslori to help out the lax payer who may. through no fault ol hU own, be In ftuch noauclal dtificultieB that II Is impossible for him 10 clear up his arrears of taiea In one payment. It It not desired that a man thould lose his Jand on account of non-paymeni of taxes if It can bo avoided, and because of tho abnormal conditions liave existed during Uie past Tow yean. some lax payers may'have found It Impossible to pay no matter how good their Intentions were. The application of this act vi'ilj give (he delinquent lai payer an opportunity to sciuare up, and at the game Umo will Lhe munlclpalllj' 8 par cftnl of interest 01 tho arrears of lauea, which will be suf- ficient to pay Interest ou that may have to be borrowed In the mean lime. This leglalallon give a B. mnnlclpallty power to expend a helping band to anr of Ms tax-payers who may ba in financial dlfficulllci and at the samo time Ihe application of Iho act will be of benefit to (lie municipality by bringing In payment of current laxea and payment of arrears and Intereit It Is difficult at the present time to sell the- property for taxes and anr arrangement that will encourage a (ax-payor to bold his land and become a steady revenue producer Is good So Says President Neatly of Small p'lft n" SnmM POSH For Constipation Garter's Little wjllset you right xwer PureJy Vegetable act_ tips'bQcn made ihimicip'allty by resolution 4 of council. H automatically apply to nil lands in the municipality ivblcli are In arrears for taxes and there is no j necessity for taxpayers making: special to the council of the inun 1 IcliialUy in respect o( their lands. The only c.isea In any application Js 'required to be made'arc casca" ivliere iho land has actually teen Bold to the municipality or io-a private parly be- ol Dou-naymeut of.. arrcarB of [jios. nari U should also be noted that sucli application niust he made before the ISlli ot October, 1J19.-- Where money lias been borrowed by a municipality" arrears of. iaiccs liy issue oC debentures or nny other where such loan conflicts i this net, then such municipaliLy shrill proL-cei) ID arrange ID Lhe c. i1. Congress on the part of Hie of the iOiinins In Hie and) nuwkdife of Llio ptuplu vi ;in- VV'i.-L of (lie conditions of tho CONSOLIDATED PLATE GLASS CO O P CANADA TORONTO MONTREAL Tltt Ob ASS HOUSE OF CANADA Speaking before more than 600 per son a at a dinner at the I'alllstr hotel liere Tuesday. E. Beany of the Canadian-Pacific railway argued against iho govemmenl ownership cr control of railways, telling of what he termed the "dismal failure" of gov- 1 administration In Ibe Unit ed States. He warned UIQ people of! not lo form a ralliray until they had carefully ganlirjg tbo aubjcct fend had heprd both sldea without prejudice. Referring to the lorlhcoinlng Indua- Irlat tongicss, to he ic-lJ ai AuguaL 13 and 14 and which is to tour the province by special trains, iho Canadian Pacific president declared: "I wish to assure you that in rar opin- ion Una IB one of the mont advanced Biepa eer taken in Ihe West." He told of his Intention lo visit Alberta WARSAW. June The Polish troops 1 nOallcEa have formed a Junc- tion with the Human Un forces >u Duk- owlna, the 1'ollsh general start an- nounced today. This movement fol- latted tte Polish_capture of Stazilslau, Anll-Bolthevlk Revolution June 3. A Ituisian wire- ICES received here frutn MQB- cow eaya that Kherson, on the Dniep- er, cortbuasl of Odessa, was occupied tta Hedi on Friday alter fierce fighting. The Holsbevfkt hare been faced with an IcEiirrecUcm ia the southern Ukraine and the forces defeated at Kheraon protahly were who hrd reroUed against the soviet, ft ts'AR reported last (reek that a roun ter-rcTolullon had been In the Odcssa region by GrlcglefT, a former Bolshevik Plot LOXDO.V, June Rugslfla Bol .shevik plot on a wide scale has leeti discovered In Finland, according lo an Kicbango Telegraph dispatch from i Copenhagen- Many arrests were Cor tha big congress and of hh We Manulacture Mirrors Prism Glass Tor l.ighl ZOURI METAL AWAIT COLUMBIA BASIN DATA Keen; Interest in Project U Taken ai Washington national capi- tal la awaiting with interest the re- port ot the Washington state cojmnls- sion now inspecting the proposed gi- gantic Columbia .fashr project. The state coiumlssion, U ts believed here, Is galherlng data to use in a fight for federal money lo handle the pro- ject. Although plans of the interior de- liartmenL lor reclamation in will riuL'le action Is taken on Secretary Lane's soldiers' set lie men I legislation, it ia known I'D scml-orttcfal circles that ihe completion oT Uie Yafeima and Okan- ogan projects will come ahead of nny riciv work that may he urged.. premlons regarding It ia the following words: "It has recc-ntly been announced that a great ronvenllon is ID be hnld at Cal- gary durluB tbe coming summer rep- resenting the western provinces, with Ihe Idea of stimulating Interest in the development of the resources of ihe west, and to advance industrial devel- opment In every way po.'siMc. I wish to assure you that in my opinion this is one ol Llie most advanced steps over taken In tho West. Nothing could do iiioro to arouse public support to- ward the. end.ot Industrial expansion. liere and In atLratlmK the manufac- turer from elsewhere and interesting MONTREAL.--AI Wln'dralll Point him In your great natural advantages, j Jri a cloud of coal dust, unno- "I hope lo have the pleasure of at- 1 liced aod hitherto. unsunf, lies a hero- Several million marXs have been muggled into Finland preparatory to a contemplated revolution, Ihe tele- gram states and a Uolshcvlk repre- sentaUTc at lielsLngfors has dtstrlbut- cr] more than marks o( this. Quantities of money had-been given out among Itie unemployed but tho coup d' etat that ivas planned van postponed "owing to developments ia HOW CANADIAN SHIP SANK A HUN U-BOAT Lending this convention, which will be lield here in August, for I civn not im- agine anything of more importance to j the Western provinces thsii the de- vcIopmcuL ot Iheir resources, und this Is Lhe purpose !6f this gathering. Per- haps you do not realize Jiov ignorant Lhe people ot LLe East are of the resources of your Weslern coiintrv. 1 ine ol the great war, the.S.S. Hoche- laga, laLe of the Furncae Lino, DOT o[ the Dominion Iron Sic el Company of Sydney, X.S., Capt. W. C. Tudor commauding. The Hochelaga Is untquQ in thai she Is the only Canadian ship which sank a Gorman submarine. This adventure occurred on April 17, about seven hundred miles off the personally huom many men ot Ihej Irish Coast, when tlie ship was making Kail wlio are in' densesl ignorance in reeard'ta of Western Canada. And. 'assure, you that 1 personally w.ilWdO'all in my-power to cause Ihe people ot .the East Lo travel over the C: P. 11. nud to learn pf the West's "resources. Nothing will provoke a belter feeling than a kriow- return trip from England, and up lo the present lime censorship regula- tions have prevented the general pub- lication of the slory ot how she first tried to ram a well-armed U-boat, and, falling in this, sank U with a twelve pounder eun, wo 9 her only War Bood Interest Coupons and Cheques Cashed Free. The Merchants Bank will cash all War Loan coupons or interest cheques when due, on presentation, without making any charge whatever for the service. If you have not a Savings Account, why not use your interest money lo open one with ThiiBanVZ MERCHANTS BANK Hud Offico: Montreal. OF CANADA. E.Ubllstiad IB64, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. J. DINNING, MONARCH BRANCH, V. A. EDERLY, Minajsc., NODLEFORD and BARONS BRANCHES, M. A.KH.PATRlCK.Mgr. A Good Investment money you save earns interest when deposited in our Savings Department, and both principal and interest are sale and can be obtain- ed whenever 'required. Open an account to-day. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRJDGE BRANCH' WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH K. T. BRYMNEK, J.H.S. GORDON, J.V. STEEL, MM.JH fr --.-.f ttmrni W hat is offered to the Vacation THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST OREGON-WASHINGTON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA forgone of Is P TAKE A REAL HOLIDAY __ _ 'A eptnl In or BO, u the one at homi, In much thcTtBine amonpt very muth like the people at home ti not a real AolMay. It does net Improve the health, broaden the mind, nor eolarca one'a vlattik COME TO OREGON, WASHINGTON AND BRIT.ISHJ2OLUMBIA. >The Great IntenulioDil Picilic Northwest. k lo vou, vjnm holml In aummet nitlv duly eitrcin In lh< optnit your you dttrtn. Hit mounlllns, itu.inilukn, up shyileiUy) tneil rloiloui icintryou'. 31 40015 your rENJQY A REAL VACATION 'Jln'the Greiteit Retort Region In Ihe World ____ lif ton Hlu.tijled boDUtt'tD erimalullon In Ortfon. AMocUllon. Wutlniton 01 Brtiun Columbu, ai.U nimvirt, netflc Inlonvuin, Smllh lulldlnf, lellllr, TfieWorld's Greatest Out of Doors ami MOST DELIGHTFUL, SUMMER CLIMATE ;