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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'ITIL'MSDAY. .IINK V.\. 1!8 THE LF-TIinniDGE DAILY IIKHALD PACE SE%Ti:N. Citizens' Committee Reftise To Postpone the Tax Sale^ Reject Marnoch's Proposal Al the tiwnUiiig n.f llio comnilUfid of i:il\xmiH calliMl hy llin i'lly i'oinu'll in till! miiyor'k olflio Insl dIkIiI Io ion-siiUii' lilt! iiropoHud iioslpoiuMilc.liI of llii) tax sale, a motion moved by K. C. .VIcKc.nzle and Hncondiid by .lohii lill-moil) Unit tin: lux nalo Ix; not poBlpoii-ud waH curiliid uiianiniouHly iil'lcr an ainiaulinunt by G. 11. Muriiocli, that llio lax sain liu poslponud not liitisr tlian IlK! iniddio of Ootoher and tliut In llio ninaiitlnn! tin; city usi! all oilier umanH p6aalhln to colloct tax airnarH, liad buun dnfoatnd by a voln of about 18 to C. 'riio tax Male will lliuicfore oi)on on llii! ndvonlHfil dale, Jiinn 17lh. Great Interest Tlioro weri! about tliirty at lh� ninol-iiiR. and the KroalcHl inloroiil wan d's-IilayoU and nuiliy now apKlcs of tti? proposed lax sale worn iini'oviMOd. Mayor llanlle prnsiiliid and It. .1. Hit-i'hlc-l'atlurson at-tod as serrnlai-y. 'I'hrco hidy delegates fioni the Women's CivU; CInb, Mrs. A. Ilayr. i\li�. ,1. b'. Simpson and Mrs. Craig, were pres-out. Many and varied were the argn-nients udvanecd the postponement of Iho sale as had been suggosl-ud by Mayor Uardie. A. li. Dunlop wanted to know what would he I he psycliologleal effeel of pDHtponing the sale. K. (.'. MeKeiizle said iitistponod sales were never as snciessfiil as when Held on the original advertised dale. \V. J. Nolaon thinight, 11 should he started on the dale advertised. Don't Have to Take it. Dealing with the question as to whether the city is foreed lo buy in a jiioce ot/propurty advenlsed for .sale oil which no bid is received, Mr. IJun-lop thouglil the general supposition that they were forced lo talte over the property when they did not want U was a rather peculiar procedure. Il(! didn'l see why it should not be laid on tile shelf and put nj) for sale at a postponed date. R. T. Urymner thought that if llui city did buy it in through lack of a bid, there shopld be no reason why it could not later be sold by the city" suhjecl to the redemption. :\Iayor Ilardie didn't, think the suggestion was correct but the council would get the cily solicitor's advice on that snbjecd. Mr. McKenzio Ihouglit the city would have the right to offer land it was forced to buy In al a tax sale, just the sameas a private cilizon buying a piece of property at the sale could turn round and sell it imtiiodlately afterwards, subject of course to the right of redemption on the part of the original owner. Tax Sale Every Year Alex. .Tohnstono wanted to know it the cily was going lo hold a tax sale every year hereafter. .Mayor Ilardh-"Wc are going lo hold ii lax sale every year until wc get cleaneil up." s of the grade tea.:licrs under llio new s J, *i� I* ; ? CIVIC MARKET TO ? CONTROL PRICES, �Vancouver, U. C, ,luiie - Plans are under consideration uud have been approved by the civic finance coniuiltloo lor the OHlubUshment of i\ niar-ktH under civic control where fruit, vegolableH, dairy and I'urm produce will ho disposed ? of to the conamnor at a spread ; ill cost not to exceed 25 per ? cent of the price paid lo the You will appreciate this as soon as you have recognized the full value of Rinex - the super sole. There is no season -- no weather in which Rinex is not the correct and economical sole to wear. Rinex is water-tight in rain -slush does not penetrate it -and in dry, hot weather, it becomes an insulation against heat Its resiliency gives life to each step and counteracts that tired feeling. Rinex wears longest, look^ best and not only retains its "liveliness" but helps to keep the shoe in shape. Rinex is not a rubber sole - it is rubber scientifically combined with minute fibres, intenvoven to give maximum wear, waterproofness and resiliency. Rinex soles long ago accomplished their purpose and today thousands of satisfied wearers find them a practical and doubly economical substitute for leather - at all seasons. When you buy shoes, insist on Rinex soles - they double the wear and make new shoes as comfortable as old ones. Tell your cobbler to put Rinex soles on your old shoes. Be sure that "Rinex" is on the sole. It insures satisfaction. i!' ;