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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IU18 HIE LEIItftWDGK DAILY llfCHALD PAGE TAX SALE IS IN Labor Temple Site and Other IndfiJe Property Kails Into City tiands The long advertised tux gale of city property tor arrears of taxes was op ened in tho city council chambers this morning with Frank VVaddlngton act ing aa Up till noon about 60 pieces of property wore put up for sale on which bids received on about tho remainder falling to the Royal belonging to Colpman fell to tho The taxes on this were about The Parcel 24 fell to IHo Parcel tho Green OublCB uroimrty which Is In dispute anrt on which lax on are fell to the the five lots diagonally opposite the Knox church fell to the Lot US and tho north half of in block H6 on 8th wore sold to OAlbrnltb for Galhrplth fclso bougnt U and In block 116 at Parcels L and M fell to the Up to tills there had not been a second bid i on any piece of all falling i to the city at reserve Lots 31 to lift in block on Hh were sold to GoJbrailh for Labor Tetnplp to the Parcel 112 went to Bonamlco for This was 7 feet on 1Mb Iarcels tt and U4 fell to tlie city as did also the labor temple on which flL71 taxes are Parcel M went to the city but the four lots opposite the fitly hall on which the filling station is located were bought INDIGESTION AND the city Through lack As of the property fulling to the city was the total was eonsldor ably in excess of the total the nnd until 11 o Quickly Relieved By FniltMlves I suffered for many years fcith terrible Indigestion ami A neighbor advised IMP to fry I ilid sr and In the surprise of my began to Improve nnl IIP advised me to go on with consider that I life to Fruititlives and I want to any to those who sufler from Constipation or Ilcadnrlics try 1ruilativos and you will get COIUNK a 0 for t rial size At all dealers or sent postpaid by June Municipal comrMiafonera the next In line for appointment in Alberts at a of controlling the fuel during the coming sum fall artel John Stirling It to urge their appoint ment at an early In went to Homanico for Par eel 39 went to the The Ashcrofl corner Just west of the Majestic trnai i tro was sold to lionamlco for Kruitatives the property Was offered In thd order slrnT Thero are two houses on this dn the first eight parcels i there were no The first sale j v Few was made to Father McCaffery A len having been tor Bishop This was 100 f f t t up tor galc tno feel of lota nnd i2 In Block on mutle 01 which tlie taxes were Parcels auctioneer called for those who had speelafly wished to bid up for The result ug s p but two Details of Numbers Reporting nna hiii it tj in to It Inclusive fell to the Then n lot on I Oth was put up j Vip the request of Biinsworth parcels of this be sold to himfor Resuming ho L property and property In i gale according to the order In which j During this time parcels 17 to 21 Inclusive fell to the Parcel Fow ler shop on the corner of Hh and 4th was bought In by Oliver for John Bruce at Parcel being lots Ll find in Block on 3rd near Candidate for Commissioner of Public Works IT OF DRAFT BY AUTUMN there were more than one Feinstein rather electrified the crowd when lie forced bidding up to get a piece of outside Pawson and had a bidding match for a piece of River running the bid from to In one dollar advances and then up to by advances when j was knocked down to During the period of special sales the largest was to MacKay when Under Military Service Act OLIVERS PLATFORM Block H I15AA To the Ratepayers and Citizens of the Plan City of Lethbrldge Ladles and Gentlemen June By fall it is expect ed the limit of reinforcements under the Military Service Act will have been This limit Is fixed by statute and up to the pre making full allowance for men properly classed as reinforce approximately have A A m KM ii secured under the The net Altogether the property bought in j number of men that shouldhave re 1 o 1 nn frtfnla fiXn Ir TiiRRB June 17 Reuters Ottawa the course of an Premier Hughes of said iliat England stood like a rock lashed by the fiercest displaying in the hour of her greatest trial a spirit worthy of the glorious cause for which In regard to Hughes the enemys desper ate blows have rekindled more fiercely the fires of the peoples In the common wealth the war spirit is growing and recruits are offering in great er numbers for the last two TUESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS per Tuesday Special 4 tins Wagstaffes tin Tuesday Special size 2 tins Tuesday Special Finest Grape each Tuesday Special Devilled Meats In small Fine for sand wlches and Tuesday 3 tins Deliverici Every Hour 12c 79c 45c lOc 25c Marches Grape per bottle Tuesday Special Finest Shredded per Tuesday Special tins Cowans per tin Tuesday Special Montserrat Lime per bottle Tuesday Large Bars Hflrd Gold 7 bars Tuesday Special 25c 35c 21c 50c 50c AUTO THIEF WAS BUSY IN CITY What the Press Agents Say by ratepayers amounted to while the property up for sale but not Having offered my services free to bought In amounted to over city for eighteen months as a Commissioner of Works and Proper and having been nominated as candidate In the comtlng I want to slate that t am not seeking election for ex cept to serve the citys best Nor would I be offering to serve un der any conditions If I was not ex perienced along these 1 have spent nine years of my life as mayor and and considerable inon ey in the interests and opment of tho In Its youngor and five of these years were DEVffilUNGES THE spent as chairman of Works and Pro I have been called cheap for offer ing my services under Commis sion but f urn not steal it away from if any claimfor live posi after Grace had resigned the ratepayers were then called upon to name his If I am called cheap for offering to serve what about the 1 may say mil of soldiers who are serving their country for almost nothing and when their lives are at stake as well as And nof alone but there are thousands of otherpatriotic nien who are unable to go to the front who are giving their lime free to their country and the The cheap man these Is the man who sits In his easy draws his big or his large profits and does nothing for his country or com I was never nor asked to offer inyself for this position by any clique or organization or anyone what I did not know that a petition was being circulated in my favor un til four or five days I will serve no one except thje ratepay ers and citizens In if The city needs your assistance and my and If at any if 1 am the comes along with four demands my re signation for any valid deficiency in my it will be in their I will in harmony with the Mayor and other commissioners to the best of my pointing out my views on all matters affecting the city without antagonistic feeling and ready to serve in the best interests of all Policy Is What Ireland Will Fight He Says ported now totals Of these failed to report and are not yet leaving a total of 7V Included in this total are Im perial men voluntarily re porting and men granted leave of Investigation Is now under way to determine how far the reporting for duty can pro perlybe classed as reinforcements underthe Farmers on of is will not be classed until they actually join the niiciD nt by Inter By military the following talie Mi the figures show the net number The death occurred suddenly on Saturday evening ihortly after six oclock of wife of Gunner with the oattery at her Thitd Ave from heait Thn de ceased had BuffoiMl for from affliction but had apparently been as well as usual on Saturday af when visited by her Shn iiml shortly after left the houn de ceased is survived by five childrei Jessie and Whose ages range from Hi to yuars Also Russell mother IStli LethbridKc 2nd north Toronto one und two sisters J The funeral Will place on Tuesj June 18th T mm Puri lors 30 and pim fed to the where services will be held that failed to re should have reported port and not yet and the total number reporting in each dis trict London June member of parliament and deputy leader of the Irish Nationalist I nl t meeting at the village of ulsu Cavan county In support of the candidacy of the Na tionalist candidate for parliament for n 47 East today said the pwrllamen1 tary policy was one of the principal factors in the upholding of Icelands He said the Irish party was not going to throw away the The Sinn Fein Is not a new thing or a new he It has been before the country for twenty years but the Irish people have paid no attention to It because it is too during this period of Should Have Failed to Reported Report Total Quebec Halifax John Winnipeg Vancouver Regina Calgary 690 701 29 The funeral will be Veterans and attended by the Sonic nervy auto thief on Saturday entered the garage of Mart Me Mahon on lllli lunied on the Kan and drove off with his new Me Laughllii All day Sunday the provincial and city police were look ing for and il was found during the evening where the joy riders had left it east of the Continental Oil The car was not damag but the police are inixious to catch some of tho perpetrators of sticb thefts which been much too numerous the past few The police had a busy time with the speed fiends on with the re sult that several appeared Ma gistrate Irwin In the city police court thjs us and R OeMusey were all charged with speed ing and paid the healthy fine of and lie man who ran down two boys on Ird the other even ajso appeared this He convicted and fined and costs on a charge of failing to return to the scene of the On the other of being in charge of an auto while In an intoxicated he was remanded till The other day Myrtle Meeker of the demlmundaine was sent up to Macleod for W days on a vag Myrtle tailed to having taken French leave of the pollcq was arrested again antt now there is a charge of escaping lawful custo dy against It is understood there is a awaiting her at where she did of stab bing another Andrews a drunk completed this mornings He contribut ed five and AT THE EMPRESS GREATEST ENGLISH ACTOR SOON TO APPEAR ON SCREEN Sir Johnston who takes hlB famous role of The Stranger In Herbert Hrenons production of the Passing of The Third Floor which comes the lOnlprnss thoatrc tonight for a run of two days is be yond doubt the greatest living English After un active ctireer of some forty years on tlie speaking Sir Johnston formally retired from the footlights two seasons and was only persuaded to ennct his character ization of the mysterious lodger In Jerome Jeromes play after con siderable diplomatic effort on the part of llorbert r AT THE ORPHEUM There will be a completeclinnge of program at the Orpheum Kehn presenting Londonlun Belles in Waiter and This is a tabloid version of the musical com edy by that name which has benh biggest success In Mew York of recent years and will undoubtedly make a hit with the theatre goers as did Rehns first bill A Trip to Paris Tho comedy roles are again sustain ed by Mr Rehn and Porter Mr Helm as the waiter and Warfleld as the and com edy which follows is that keeps one laughingfrom start to The action takes place In a cafe where the two Irish funsters go to gil n meal and when cnlering thej find tiie proprietor in fix because his help have left Seeing this I they apply for the positions and here I lie fun Tho concoction I of drinks and dishes these two fellow iioiiiR the cuiisu for great fun and Wednesday night will be prize fifty prizes will be given away frer to fifty hxky inmiedr lately after the Friday night will again be eabaret night and dancing Cash will bo givefi to the best tlie decision tc be left with Hie Manager llansen has arranged fol I a Fax five reel feature to ba shown in conjunction with the TONIGHT AND TOMORROW GOLDWYN PRESENTS Mae reporting west of the Great in Ontario V Lakes total m uniario twenty years it has not raised a la and in the Marl if a linlnnrl tn hritrhtfill J i borers cottage or helped to brighten or beautify a womans The Irish party did not enter this contest and if the contest could havve been avoided it would have When if was declared by Hie Sinn FoinerB that there Is no room for men like John Dillon in Irish then the supporters of the constitutional movement accepted the There aro now two policies before the people In this One will re suit In assured success and the other in certain The promise of an Irish republic in fifty years or fifty centuries is no compensation to the men living in this day and genera time IS RUN TO EARTH WFAVV HEAVY Arrested in Mountains of Wash ington State Other Arrests To Follow New June Jeremiah O a fugitive from justice since the evening of the date set for his trial on a charge of violating the Espionage of seditious mat n THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP First class workmanship and 408 2nd Phone 1784 Next Door But One to Lethbridgp Hotel vice at Camp and Camp were ap proved today by Secretary Ba REQUIRES 500 MACHINE PUSHERS AND OUTSIDE BEST OF CONDITIONS AND HIGHEST AVERAGft APPLY McAULEY Secretary ir Valley Coal Operators ALBERTA More I capture of Jeremiah Irlah leader In America under indictment in New In a mountain cabin the State of will bq followed soon by arrest of a number of other Irish agitators the United States on charges of treason or government lifts considerable undisclosed evidence against Oheary nnd his It was learned to and arrest of his coworkers has June Declarations by Wilson and the prem iers of Great France and with regard to Polish national Hgpivatibns have strengthened the Slav people in their determination to have self and consequent ly have caused no little concern in Berlin and The Polish department in America announced today that it hud received Information that in both Germany and Austria the government authorities have been obliged to cen ter their attention on the problem to offset the friendly offices of America and the LONG DISTANCE FLYING RECORDS June aviators at end of last performed two long distance flying feats on which they averaged 350 miles in four elapsed according to a telegram from Milan to the Chronlqut Ualienne of From a base south of a party of avi ators went over the Austrian Adriatic ports as far as Zara and The second party went over the Ty rolez Alps to Innesbrucko and then to where photographs were taken showingthai new airplane factoriesare beingconstructed The aviators did not drop any GETS TWELVE June twelve thou sand dollar verdict was rendered late Saturday evening in favor of Mary Elizabeth Howies and her two sous in Hieir claim for damages i atalnst the city of Winnipeg and Hie police commission for the killing of the husband and father of tlie tiffs in the year 1015 by the police With the Italian June the first phase of the battle it Is evident that Austria it engaging all although the exact number of the divisionsIn action is as un Italys soldiers are fight ing on their own and by Eng lish and French All are in the best spirits and making sup reme sacrifices to prevent the en emy from obtaining the advantage which is supposed to belong to an army launching an The uneasiness preceding the offensive was followed by satisfaction by the Austrian action in the Tlnale district which intended to any efforts of the Italians to threaten their rear and poislbly cut the tingle rail way line leading from Austria in to the Italian It appears that the Auttrians had been pre paring the railway most carefully so that automobile trucks could carry forward troops and muni tions over ORPHEUM TODAY Marsh WHO STARRED IN THE BIRTH OP I A NATION AND MANY OTHEH MAGNIFIQENT IN Woman SIX ALSO DEEP SEAS AND DESPERATE DEEDS TWO REEL LKO COMiOY NO ADVANCE IN PRICKS THE London ian Belles IN WAITER AND CHEF A Tabloid Production of That Big Musical Comedy been deferred only pending his ap BETTER POSITION June a speech summarizing the military the Bavarian War according to the Voisiche averted that no time were the Teutonic allies in a more favorable petition and that the Entente Alljes have been compelled to uie up their main LORDS DAY ACT June police authorities yesterday took some 2200 iames of companies and who it is were violating the t COSTLY Mooie June 17 A con flagration swept through this morning and did 000 Insurance is estim ated at SIGNIFICANT MOVE press attaches significance to Hie fact thai Irince Fusliimi has boon relieved of tho command of tho squadron and made member of the ad mirals Tlie prince was similarly relieved of an active command previously to the inauguration of the palgu at Tsing The French nayal attache will at for Washington for consultation BY THE PUPILS OF Coombs Assisted by pupils from the Stringeft Instrument and Dram atic Art will be held Tonight At Eight oclock At the Conservatory Concert Chamber INFORMAL DANCE AFTER PROGRAM COLLECTION IN AID OF Sailors Relief Fund WEDNESDAY NIGHT PRIZE NIGHT Fifty prices will be given away to fifty lucky Friday Night CABARET AND DANCING CONTEST CASH PRIZES Mae Marsh IN All Woman AT STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW TODAY TOMORROW The Emprets Pickt Big OnM More Than a Motion Picture A Dramatic Classic wtlh the Power ami Charm of a Great Sir Johnston Forbei RobertsoD IN Passing of the Third Floor Back By Jerome Jerome In SU I N Personally Directed by Herbert SirJohnston Fortes Bln6 A First National Also a Kiyitont ;