Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 24

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 30

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JINK 1918 THE LimmniDGE DAILY IIKIULD PAGE Citizens Committee Refuse To Postpone the Tax Reject Marnochs Proposal At thrmeeting of the of clllzons fiillod by the city rounrll In tho nwyorH office Insl night to con sider the proposed postponement of the tax a motion moved by and Hoconded by John Oil nioro I hut tho six sule be not pOHtpon ed WHH carried iinunltnotiHly nftflr an by tho lux sale be postponed not Inter than tho middle of October and that In the meantime thu oily use all other moans to rolled tax had been dofeated by a vole of about 18 to Tho tax sale will therefore open on the advertised June Great Interest There were about thirty at the meet and the Interest was ds played and many new angles of the proposed tax sale were Mayor llardle presided and Rit chiePatterson acted is laxly delegates from the Wom ens Civic Simpson and were pres Many und varied were the argu ments advanced against the postpone ment of tho sale as had been suggest ed by Mayor Dunlop wanted to know what would be the psychological effect of postponing the McKenzle said postponed sales wero never is successful as when Held on the original advertised Nelson thought It should be started on the date Dont Have to Take Dealing with the question as to whether the city is forced to buy in i piece ofxpioporty advertised for sale on which no bid is Dun Jop thought the general supposition that they were forced to take over the property when they did want It was a rather peculiar lie didnt see why it should not be laid o tho shelf and put up for sale at i postponed Brymnei thought that if the city did buy it it through lack of a there should be no reason why it could not later be sold by the city subject to the re Mayor Hardle thinl tho suggestion was correct but the council would get tho city solicitors advice on that McKenzie thought the city would have the righ to offer land it was forced to buy ii at a tax just the samoas a privati citizen buying a piece of property a the sale could turn round and sell i immediately o course to the right of redemption 01 the part of the original Tax Sale Every Year Johnstone wanted to know i the city was going to hold a tax sali every year STEWART IS PHYSICAL INSTRCR Engaged For Public Schools a Salary of a Month ETEI IN SCHOOLS HERE Mayor are going to old ii tax sale avfliy until we cleaned think that state lent should be recorded lii the min tes of this I say that In all Marnoch8 Amendment Marnoch then spoke to his mend men to the original set Ing forth advisability of Inking very means to collect tho taxes be ore a tax sale In order that the city light not be forced to a lot of roperty It did not R Hpeaking to his or ginal motion that the mile be not ostpohed declared that many tax pay iH had already put themselves to a ory considerable sacrifice in raising money to pay their taxes before he property went up for tax und e thought it would only be fair to the sale on the advertised date in irder that property owners might 11 be on the same Williamson thought it would I idvisable to put up for sale on the ipenlng day or only the irty there were people present to bid if the city the f the remainder might be ind he did not sen wny court proceed1 ngs could not thenbe started if the lly deemed It the wiser The wan then put and and the original being to the carried by an manlmous Moratorium An interesting discussion irlsing from some questions put by Marnoch to the property irotected under the Moratorium There are on IflH and tHf taxes so He wanted to now exactly how much of this was protected because the owners were ictual and how much was protected because the property was licld jointly by soldiers and Dunlop gave as his opinion property held jointly by soldiers and civilians was not protected in so far as any debt on the part of the civil ians was and he thought the1 civilians could be proceeded ag ainst in in order to recover tho taxes they owe on such McKenzie was of the same Marnoch thought this was a very light on the and suggested that the city council thor oughly investigate the citys right to collect from civilians their taxes on property held thus Minim urn Raised to Chairman Hopes This Will Be Last of Salary Dispute Pupllfl Tho school management committee fldvlsed that Miss Alexander be ron I tinned as mathematical livelier at High School next tenp at the same that the spools clone foi 1 the summer holidays cm to reopen on Miss Nlmmons was granted i furtlior leave of absence until I Rent Old Courtland Street school inn been leased to tlie liaalini Motor for thrco years at a yearly rental of Language The proposal that the direct met hod of teaching French and Jcrmnti in the liluli schools he used was convey ed to i ho hoard by the deputy minis ter of and examinations In oral ami Herman will be cnn ducted in nil schools In This plan will llu employment of ii lunRniign teacher with i al knowledge of these The WIIB referred to the mannSenient but the board protestcil against the leaching of Her man in the It was felt that the proposal was altogether on of place at this Herman has nev er linen taught in the high school and the hoard indicated that it never would Grade teachers of the Lethbridge public schools staff will hereafter join the stuff at a salary of a advancing each year until maximum of Is That was the recommendation laid before the school hoard at Its regular monthly meeting and was adptfid by the I hope that this will lie the last of the teachers salary said Chairman Kver since 1 have been a member of the hoard It seems to me we have been doing nothing else than considering teachers salary and Im getting sick of The recommendation brought in by Johnson and aspecial committee appointed at the last meeting to consider the whole The committee also recom mended tho teachers joining the staff the half of the year he granted the annual increase at the beginning of the next while those joining the staff in the last half of any year receive their annual increases one vear from the following of This will make all Increases fall due on which will help the hoard considerably in ar ranging Its budget at the beginning of each The local teachers alli ance asked that the increases be made on January 1st and September of each so that teachers might re ceKi their advances one year after joining the but the board did not consider this II was pointed out that Winnipeg teachers are members of the staff for two years before receiving any Grade The board also the aKes of the grade under the new many of Lie receiving an tnis to date from June Attendance The attendance report showed 1918 Knrolment for UHo Average daily attendance 1582 Percentage S8 8 Knrolment for term 2109 1890 Average term 1170 New pupils 38 10 THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND President H Awt Manager SIR JOHN General Supt of Central Western CAPITAL PAID RESERVE i tew BANKING SERVICE Your banking requirements may be entrusted to this Bank with every confi dence that careful and efficient service will be Consult the Lethbridge Branch The Emergency Brake in Business Practically every business firm carries burglar and accident What about Financial Insurance a protection fund to provide ready cash when sales fall off or collections are slow 1 Start Put part of the yearly profits in a Savings Account in The Merchants this Reserve Fund of undivided profits will be instantly available to carry the busi ness safelythrough any MERCHANTS BANK Head Office OF CANADA Established LE1HBRIDGE MONARCH Acting NOBLEFORD Acting At the meeting ot the public schna board yesterday afternoon Stew are wa8 engaged ns cadet aurt phys cal instructor at per h to spend fifteen hours a week on th The report of Major Hogbir inspector of cadets for this militar district was received as follows I have tho honor to submit a gen eral report on the inspection of th Lethbridge Cadet SO completed The work has made good start under the instructor no reuBBiiming his P Very advanced wor coujd hardly have been expected sine lie had so recently again taken charge but he is giving the various couipan ies a good grounding in essential which will no doubt Ivave a favorabl bearing on the inspection next yea I would suggest tliat during the wli ter when outdoor training i not that regular attention b paid to signalling Morse flag an the simple first In uddltlrm i the musketry now being carried on Tho first aid Is a subject which mny prove of Inestimable benefit under the conditions at present obtaining In this 1 had the pleasure of seeing a of girls perform one or tho Strntlicoiui Physical Training Tables under the direction of Miss This was ex cellently done and if was sample of the P work curried on cut the sciioolB cannot too highly con Clows an Interest in this de partment Is well known to the author und I peiMHially consider her diual to the nest I1 the Lethbvidge is Ioruiniuo in having so rapahlu u in subject in trio employ llu school The school management committee aommlttee was asked to make a report on corporal punishment in the MacKuy stating that he had heard iiuite a number of complaints to the effect that some teachers re sort to this method of discipline too CIVIC MARKET TO CONTROL Plans urn under consideration uucl have been approved by the rivlc finance committee for the establishment of mar kpt under civic control where duiry und farm produce will be disposed of lo the consumer ut a spread in cost not to exceed 25 per cent of the price paid to the It is pnupos uil to add meats to the You will appreciate this as soon as you have recognized the full value of Rinex the super There is no season no weather in which Rinex is not the correct and economical sole to Rinex is watertight in rain does not penetrate it in hot it becomes an insulation against heat Its resiliency gives life to each step and counteracts that tired Rinex wears looks best and not only retains its liveliness but helps to keep the shoe in Rinex is not a rubber sole it is rubber scientifically combined with miiwte interwoven to give maximum waterproomess and Rinex soles long ago accomplished their purpose and to day thousands of satisfied wearers find them a practical and doubly economical substitute for leather at all When you buy insist on Rinex soles they double the wear and make new shoes as comfortable as old Tell your cobbler to put Rinex soles on your old Be sure that Rinex is on the It insures Rinex are made and guaranteed by Canadian Consolidated Rubber Limited Head Office Montreal Western Branches Lethbridge 4 DEPOSIT YOUR SAYINGS HI ALBERTA GOVERNMENT Are Interest compounded semiannual Mau bewirhdrawn a any i r1 i r THE Government of the Province of Alberta is sues Savings Certificates for amounts from upwards upon which 5i interest is Your are as safe as the Government Your money may be withdrawn without notice at any Begin an Send for folder fully explaining the Savings Certificate or mail your first Savings Certificates for the amount will be forwarded to vou same day as Where You Benefit BV our nbsolutp gimrantofl of perman ency and satisfaction In all our By the high grade which we use Hy our skill anil the Individual attPntlon wfi devote to pacli By our KPiitln Fly all thosp things combined which make for better By the confidence which you obtain from the of our Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRI8TALL W V Depuly Provincial Parliament BAILIFFS SALE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA f To Wit t By Order of Two Distress Warrants addressed to the undersigned f In the matter of two Chattel Mortgages Given by WILLIAM OTT To THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA I HAVE SEIZED AND FURTHER BEEN INSTRUCTED TO SELL THE FOLLOWING GOODS AND NAMELY AH of the Tobaccos Pipes and Tobacconist Show Cash also Barber Pool Linoleum on Floor One Orchestra also Tiling for NOW ON THE PREMISES AT 212 FIFTH STREET By order of His Honour Judge Jackson these goods will be sold by either Public or Private It is the intention to sell by Private Sale Until 18th day of 1918 At When I will offer what is left by Public Auction either in bulk or that is The Pipes in one lot Cigars and Cigarettes in another and so on until the stock is disposed STOCK CAN BE SEEN AT ANY TIME TERMS CASH FOR THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA f 1ST June ;