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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl'IlDAY, ,11'N'K 2-1. THE LKTHrminr.F, DAILY HKHAU) PAGK FIVE 30 More Power 40 More Mileage __nit VfU'IJ -MOXKY I! 7 PARCEL POST PAID OK YOl'K -MON.EY J5ACK NEVER HAS TO BE ADJUSTED, Makes starting easy Fits any car. Attached in- five wears Fits any taneous results. Compensating Vapor Plug Is doing all that we claim for every user- thousands. But you don't have to take their better than we clair word for its efficiency. Proved Saving on Any or Old We will let you prove'to your own your own under just the sort of driving conditions that you meeL day in and day the Compensating Vapor Plug will produce better results than we claim provided the motor of your car is in good condition. We make this offer to you in spite of the that the Compensating Vapor Plug hac stood the most strenuous tests given by skilled engi- neers under road conditions that the average driver would not meet once in a year. We are letting you he your own judge in spite o; the fact that we have the reputation Iri this community for being reput- able business men who wouldn't handle anything but reputable goods. Begin Saving Gas Bills Today-Clip Coupon Now Accept this satisfierl offer here and now. The price Is 57.00 lo you and to we ask isthat you send us the coupon with a cliRck. P.O. or Express Money or- til you are more than satisfied. If, after a 30 day trial, you can do without thp CompensatingVa- pur Plug, simply send it back and we will return your full de- WHY delay? Tear or cut off the coupon mail it Cut This Today SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Unclosed find in full pay- ment for one Compensating Va- por the understand- ing thai you guarantee i! for life and will refund my deposit in full if I return your device-to you'within days. .rburofor Name of Car .Model ............Year. Superior Supply Co. 13TH STREET 2ND AVENUE, LETHBRIDGE. People's Forum JFARMERS EVERYWHERE ARE "SEEING THINGS" 'Editor Lethbridgo Herald, and this applies to isvory form of real wUK1th or capital. Now It dear lo us thut money for inihlU: mirpoHttH should rained In those localities most Ijy the expenditure of public monies. value or hi ml. independent of liiboi" vuluuB or of Improvements there- on, is the true measure ot the advan- tage of social presence and soHul Contrary to current notions, most liopul'nl signs; >f llio tinier IH ttio fact that the is very little, land value in our mean the farmers of the noli, fanning communities. I he Mini loUi int the of waking Uie up and doing f-omo thinking for themselves, and de- pending less and lews every year on Kviiat Hie politicians are telling them. I Only last winter the I'. K. A. nf jAlberta, in iheir annual convention at decided for iibsolute 1'rco trade and a direct lax un land values for revenue purposes. Of course that 'applied to revenues for purposes of and the measure of that service in federal government at Ottawa; law value. An ordinary farm in Ihis 11ml there are two oilier governments (state worth lias seldom us Uliat are hearty tax-eaters, and their Jimich as of value aside from 'appetites seem to grow keener as the) the improvements and labor value? years go by. sui-lt us the provincial [Uieveon. Therefore, a very small and various in taxes should be taken from icinai governments, and we may eon- the farmer, for the farmer gets mighty of all the land values of all the farms in the slate of York, does not exceed while ihe asseBs- ed land value of the ordinary lots (if the city of. New York alone is "Farmers should pay very little for the support, of government as Miey gel very little from government. Tax- ation is a payment for social service, values instead of labor would greatly relieve the farmer of Ills present burden, It iniiHl n6t lie j forgotten that at the same time it would lift the heavy burden from his fellow-workers in towns and cities, who are litH chief customers, setting j I hunt free with ready cash for all tlio farmers1 products." j This extract, from farmer to his J ful low-farmers th rough I ho column.1; I of the groat National Grange Monthly in deserving of special consideration fanners nverywhere. and by peo- ple in towns and cities as well. For, when the masses of people see clear- ly what land value is, how it arises auu liow is HO well adapted to sup- ply all public- taxes, then, but not till then, will we farmers, mechanics, mer- chants, etc., be able to say and say j never again know what it is to be hard up." All hail that huppy day! Yours truly, JJ. W. LAND, PinHier Creek. expect that if fanners keep on land values, they will soon demand that tins public fountain I be tapped for all revenues, municipal, little from society by way of social service. "The only and the sure way for the farmer to get rid of unjust burdens ENGLISH COURTS MAKE ALLOWANCE PER YEAR London, June Rita- Arm- strong Drexel, wife of Anthony Drexel, the American banker, was given judgment against her husband a yearly allowance of by Justice" .Neville in the chancery court When the case was last before The court in December, 1915, Mr. Drexel contested the jurisdiction of the Eng- lish courts on the ground that lie was a resident of France. This point was decided against him anil when the court opened today the banker's at- torneys said that it had been de- cided that the English courts had jur- isdiction he could not defend the case. Mrs. Drexel separated from her luipbaml in Iflll while they were liv- ing in London and it was announced that she-proposed to institute divorce proceedings. These proceedings weVe SHVC Your Hnir With Newbro's Hcrpicidc (Made in dropped when the separation agree- ment, was entered into by which Mrs. Drexel was to receive an aunutil sum of and five policies -on the life of her husband aggregating 000 which were to be assigned to a. trustee and held for her benefit in event of the banker's death. In July 1915, Mr. Drexel filed a suit for di- vorce in Paris and stopped the allow- ance to his wife. The present suit was the result of this action. The Drexels were married, in 18S6 and have lived abroad for the last twenty years. provincial and federal. The Calgary tor taxation is tu lake for federal. papers have lately informed UK and county use the values thai the school hoard there pay ?6tiOO ujiire due irv social presence ami public year i'or the use of odices for the ac- {services, but thai value is not to be conmiodalioii of the school board. Of I found in rural communities, but in course this is mostly ground rent, as jour cities and towns, and in taking :thr: location is where land is value, no injustice is done to (nionsly valuable. Allowing 5GGO for j anyone, for we hut take socially [the interest on money invested ill the iatett value for needs. rooms or building port. It would read j it is clear Ehat taxing land a year as ground rent, for the I use of that, spot of Canada. How i many farmers have any land so val- ;liable that a spot about as big us the ;ground their house rests on will rent for a year? This is only an il- lustration of the enormous value of land in our towns and cities. And 1 farmers are seeing, more and more 'of them every year, that this value it> not wealth produced by labor, but is power, strength, force or value in the hands of ihe holders of the title deeds, jio lake wealth, such as crops, cattle, produce, goods, etc.. produced by la- bor for the privilege of using tlmt spot of earth. In the case referred to it is not the people of Calgary alone who are laboring to pay one man only this enormous ground rent, but the people of all Alberta are taxed, tolled and levied on to pay this rent. Or. in other words, this title deed is a mortgage, ever growing, growing, growing as 'the land grows in value, and the beneficiary is the holder of the title deed, and the people at large are the burden bearers, ,more and more of whom, every year, are sinking into the slough of poverty and despair on account of this grow- ing burden. Of course this is a ter- rible fact but it is true, although [many do not yet seem to realize it. I Either people must seize these val- jues for revenue, by direct taxation, or j be destroyed. For the victims, the j burden bearers, there is no other plan jot" salvation. The farmers of Alberta jare not the only farmers who see this [fact. There are others. It is liecom- jing a lively topic among the Grangers in the United States. For instance, in tlie National Grange monthly, the fol- lowing from a farmer in New York state makes very interesting reading, and shows that farmers everywhere are doing some clear thinking: "Farmers complain, and justly BO, of being overtaxed; that for' benefits received th'ey pay far in excess of what town and city dwellers pay. We have tried for many years to get rid of this unjust burden, but. our efforts i have been In vain and have tended rather to increase our load. The rea-1 son has been that we did not under- stand economic law as effecting the incidence of taxation, so when we taxed mortgages we only raised the rate of interest on ourselves, or else made it more difficult to get money, SIR SAM HUGHES COMING WEST Ottawa. Juiifi Sir Sam Hughes left tonight for the west on an inspection trip of the-training camps in the prairie provinces and in British Columbia. The minister j will go as far west as Yernon B. C. and will be absent, from the capital I for about three weeks. ME mm R. u Coxall. merchant, and one of Colborne's most prominent business men. died very suddenly after only two days' illness. Sections to 'IB inclusive, thp north halves of sections 1. li, .'i. I. and those portions of sections 21. lo inclusive lying .south of the Uelly River in town- ship' range 18: section IS. and those portions of sections 17, and 20 lying south and west of the said river in Township 10. Range 17. all west of the fourth meridian, have been erected into a school district under I the name of the Huckleberry School District Xo. of the province of Alberto. Official trustee., Carl A. Barnwell. Sections 21, 22, and 2tf to S't inclusive and those portions nf sec- tions 1H and 20 lying: north and east of the Chin Coulee in Township 5. Range 17; sections 2. 5, and in Townshifi 0, Range 17, all west of the fourth meridian, have been erect- ed into a school district under the name of the South Barn well School District, Xo. 3363 of the province ot Alberta. Official trustee. .1. And- erson, niirnwell. These new school districts have been consolidated with the Barn well district and a consolidated school will be erected. CROPS GOOD IN NORTH i Edmonton, .lime the warm weather during the past week, following; heavy moisture in earlier spring, the crops have come on won- derfully fast. Farmers say the grain fields are even in better shape than last year. Rain will be needed in the course of a fe wdays. Jtulson C. T. Lacey, travelling au- ditor of the Canada Life Assurance company, died at Toronto. CLOSE YOUR EYES AND CHOOSE YOU'RE SAFE WITH EITHER TIRE "I Want to Tell you Tire Buyers That if I Didn't Believe in Dunlop Superiority I'd 'swapjobt.'" Andy. Dunlop Tires have no friends other than those quality has: made and the fjf petition of that rjuality has retained- When you see that countless number of I KAl IIUN cars, large and small, equipped with either TREAD Tractions" or Specials remember those one of those tires on because they did not have a measure of satis- faction with their original equipment, but because some- thing told them they would not settle the tire question definitely until they got "Dunlop Traction Tread" or "Dunlop Special.' Dunlop Tire Rubber Goods Co., Limited Head Office and Factories: Toronto. Branches in Leading Cities. _. A. 59 ideal car Each season for a number of years the Overland organiza- tion has accomplished what no other automobile manufac- turer has even attempted. Each season it has built a car that would satisfy the demands of the most fastidious having all the up-to-date advantages, comforts and con- veniences known to the auto- mobile sell at a price so low as to defy com- parison. Overland organization, Overland experience and Over- land factory facilities have accomplished what others have considered impossible. pearance, of behest quality and finest sell for Only the economies possible with a production of cars a day make possible such a complete car at such a price. This Overland was built to reach a new low level of oper- ating and upkeep expense. It was designed to meet the demands-of those who could not afford a big, expensive automobile, yet would not be content to own a little, un- sightly, uncomfortable car. But its success has been such that of wealth and automobile experi- ence, as well as those of modest means find in this economical Overland their ideal light But you must ride in it to appreciate fully and completely its ample power, its smooth operation, its comfort, sim- plicity of control and remark- able easy riding qualities. Yet it is not only inexpen- sive to buy, but very economi- cal to operate. You can own this Overland. See the Overland dealer and let him give you a demonstra- tion. But do it now. In spite of our output of a day we are pressed to the utmost to meet the de- mands. For no other car at anywhere near the price com- pares with this small, light, economical Overland in beauty, finish, comfort and performance. Do not delay action until it means a long wait for delivery. Act today. This year Overland domi- nance is even more positive. It has beauty, finish, com- forts and conveniences that everyone wants. We have developed and built the ideal small, light, economical in every detail of construction and in ap- A look at the car will tell you that. D. S. WILLIAMSON 320 9th St. S. Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 1546 Willys-Overland, Limited Head Office and Works, West Toronto, Ont Roadster Model 73 -f.o.b. Tarawa ;