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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVEN mm m El lY FAVORS NEW AXARREARPLAN Ulhbridge Amendment IJeing Held Up For the (Jovcrn-ment Hill I'roiSiilcnl Mnrmidi o'. tlm liiiafd of tv'iln will rpMiiti (111 Tiio.ilay from UIh vKit to (1ti:i\v;i wliorc lie Uasi hv.iin for >ri-iil il;iy:\ on iiiaUf.r.s (.'oiiiii.'cltMl viMi li-rii;at 1(111 proJ(."fl;s in soul horn A:"-);.i hf wIjI 111- all Kiiicly to r. 1 rl ai llu" tili; ivriiTailon mci'tliiK to 1)1', liclil III l-i'ililvriili;!! a wiU'U lr.)iii 'I .-irlay. iMni'i'li i.;ili. Thi' huilHIiib Is . ,-r;u'y widely ; Ivi'i",ImmI throuijli. (Ill .ill.' (li.'lrin iiili'.". ii ci ill IrrlKii t.i.i, am! liii. K. 1'. lull ul): lilii.-ly bu el'h-lirlilK*' wlK^n we iiei'ikM a liv(> lioard or trade ii i.s iriw. 'I ho IrrlB.ati )ii iiio.sUoii ill my iiiliui is {he grealc.ii llilnii, If pnl through, that could ever lini)ii(>u to tht- LKthhrlilKc illstrlcl. Wlillo I was down In Knntun. ihls ^vlnlr.'r tlioru wan ((iiilc a inovonionl on 10 have an IrrlKatloii district in tlio l?io Grnndo di.Hliict hi To.xa.'i. This land was 'hnliiK sold lo Knuaan Hoople Jit from $l7."i to $'jrifi an iicrf. In iiiUll-lion 10 thin tlicrc wii.^i an iinnunl water tax of [Wf ac.ri". whiiii covi^rod two Irrigations, nnd it mnro was requfred lliri.HiKh thij fioa: on tliiiy wi-rt? obliRoil to pay an addl;'(.iiia! J:.'.."it> iwr airo tor each tiir.o u^ed. After they had confornipd to all (IiIr tluMr cllmati! is siu'li thai tluiy iiavo to sell everything' CflULO NOT 8I0P At th claUHO in llir anii^ndmr'nls a.iltc.d for to IIki l.ollibrldRfr churlnr, pr.ivlilinK fi>i' HprradiiiK l;ix arrcar;; oV(.'r a Iriiyi^ar pcrind. lo bf> jr.i'.d one-Icnili (Mich yesv, had boon ti3ld up liy llio If'Klalatiiro hd'11 llie Kovornini^nt bin ddalint; with ta:t arn-ari* cr.nii'rt in. A copy of tho Kovornnicnl. bill lias bpcn recelvcMl fr.^m Go.'r'ral St(>wart. II provldfis that all taxo.s aiid lnt'*i'osl on arrnar.". Hball lio fiindod iinlil Do-conibin- :;i.^t. lOIS. In IIMII it Is iiro-posod thai, prjpcrty.ownera In arrears rlinll pay Iho (Uirrenl taxps and thi^ In- ' lotvst only on llio arreiftv. In \!i2(l . liio saiw! payment would bo ma-lo. i Then ;n IS21 the owner would bo re-qnlr(?d lo pay \\\a cnrren'.. taxi-k, the !r,'.ere.-t on tlif! arrfar.s and one-f^K-litli of iliu prinfljial awliiR on arrenrK. 'I'hlH would continuo for elRlU yeaiM until all arrearn are paid. Uiil If In any yi^ar llio full .Tmniinl were not paid by July f 'he followiiiK year a tax sale would dispose r;t the land. The count'I is rather favorable to tli in :il7. 'l"ic avniKc ii^r Imiividuiil tiiii^ land, and lot.-i II. To my mind llio IrrlK'".'.!"" 'icheiue up there would 1)0 a (treul Ihlm; for \\w .Mon.irch and In:n :-'pri;;K.-; districts If piil in." WERE LOCKED OUT SAN FRANCISCO, M.irch 3,- Machinists .-.nd shipyard laborers nuinberintj GCOO or more were re-.fused admlsr.lon to the yards and contracX shooo on both oidcs of San Francisco Bay today following their defiance of an ultimatum from the employers th.it they remain Ft work on Saturday afternoons, it was announced here today, p- -. ir..;- �.Montreal or t)ttawa. where the taxes on luiprovcmentB are much greater. He said that where .-Vlbertaus pay ?J10 .uxf.s on ? piece of proiierty, the jieople lu eaf'U'rn cities pay S'JaO for a pii'ce of properly of .��imilar value. The e.-.i^t has tile advantnKe, however, in liavins their iii-.jiroved properly bnllt no much more closely, tlicre l>(3-ing much less vacant land. \mm CHINESE �M CONE EREfiC OLD SILL IN AT STARLAND, FRIDAY AND "THE BETTER 'OLE". THURSDAY, SATURDAY The greatest picture of. the season. MOIiR! DON'T TAKE CHANCES IF GHILO'S TONGUE IS COATED Cross, i Fevorlah, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Llvec and Bowila. SllAXGliAt. :\;arch 2.-(Associated I Pres.)-The dclcKalcs of the novth-I ern fliiiicso Roveniment In sos^^ion � here with representatives of th(' soutli-i ern R.JvarmcL-'Ml for the puriio.ie of a>l-jjustinK dl'.forcnces which hive hui lr> fiKhtiUB during the recent past. li:;ve if.legraplied their roslgnat!.Ti:.T to I'ekln. asking that they be replaced I by "more competent Topre.?"ntntives i who enjoy the coniploto confidence of I lie government." U iii nnderstocrt that tho actual reasons for tho doloKatea tonderinK their resignations lie In the fact that tlio P�k(n government has failed ,t� enlcrco the arnv!atice in the province of Shensi. niMlMX. .March .�;.--(Toiontii Mwil and Kmpiro)-f'arilinal Logue in a pastoral letter issued today says that as any one of ordinary forcilKlit nilKiit have anticipated. Ireland i.s not likely 10 reap much j;ood from the labor of i .M,ip,:ui, ,g.,r.ciations tii,u the peace conference^ llu. eardlna ,,,, ,,r .Mennonite (x.loaic: advises the peojile lo bear the present drastic milit:iry code in a chrlstUm spirit and not to cxiaise themselvct; recklessly to sr.yere puiiislimont by nocd(e,7S assciiibiies or o'lier practice,-!. r"membcr!nt; that turinoi! and discord i fiom'tl'ip easti'ni never promote a pood cause. j .\s to drilling, lie fuid. a learned judge lately ha.: termed it tomroolery ' and said that young men niif^iit prac-icB the goose step to the (ireok Kalends (a day that will never comei ' and it would never bring them a step nearer lo freedom. It may stem ti lino thing to pose as martyr.s. bill martyrdom for even a higher and holler cause would have little merit if suffered in a spirit of vanity and display. neferrlng to the revolutionary Socialists, he says tliere is reason to fear that the plague has caught hold of some of the Irish trade unions. An alliance has been clainuil with tho Holshevik, wlio.-e lilood-sljiincd ca.-cer has shocked the seiiBibllitios oC Christendom, reviving in an exaggi r-ated form the worst horrors of the reign of terror of the Kivnch revolu-llon-allianc'e truly lor holv Ireland--the cardinal comments. -'Mberiii S!.;i.*.�^ "" " in :,l I !iiroiiglioni ilie .:iak'' was til.:;:'. '\'\"^ � Ii^aMi rate dining IIUS v.a:; In pi r ' '.li'.'iisand. or jiisl 1 per ccnl. Tlir I birlli rale f.ir liie ye;ir sluiwcd .n d'l-j crease, itucp.ii iiuT uHh lin' ii: I'vi.))!;. ' yeiire, due r.o liniibi io v.;ir, il h' ing :;s iii!)- n.lHi. ubil.' in i;'!''. i!'c I liirlli r:ili' wa-- i:: iier Iniid. One ;nni | .lied and -ix men have ririi'.ml li, in j tills ilakc. :-".>; Iia\(' been kilb'd I-j^ dati.' l-'ifiy p"r ecni. ninii- moii'';. j lliaii tiiese tu.i ...liik's have p.ilil in j tithing I'.a^ been ,-eiit li"re by ilu^ pi'i' | .�iiling atitlioril'fs ironi Sail l.aki' to liiiild and niainl.iiii lii" li-nipi'; and; till' -ifinlef!;.-. I I'lfsident All'ii vi.id a leiier frini I'ri'sidi-n;. i'.iani stuling lli;i! iiii(---ion : ai'tes were needed niori' ni')w tlit:i' ever before In iln' iiiN.-ioii field-, i'r.ic:'cally all Inve b"(^li lall'Vi imlii'" iliirliu; i!ie v.'.i.-. iiM! ii'nv \ui ;�::rkiiii,' h.ird. ('aiii. ' I'.iign an,I c.iiiVHssiiig coiiiiiii:.!!-! b;ive , liceii app'.iii'eii in all 111'' ur.vii.i :r';iii j l"iH'(.'tiui.--i ami .Milk l;!vi-i- m .Magialli. 1 These (�(inuniUci's iiav re)i-)rii'il I'l ilie central lonimit'ei' ih*' itunibi'," of iiliplii.aiils and llii'inimlier of acre- fur \\biiii wat"r li.'is bi'^^ii applied for. Tiii.i oni' fact is iiir,.Jt a.-t.:)iii:-biiig; Ii.", ijer cent, of tlie pef.ple who knoic tlie value of irrigat;;.n and v.iio have land luiw under iriigaiioii have applieil in written form that they wii; take waier for ail tile land wbifli tln'v can irrigaie. mm mm mm. mm BONOS REO CROSS ' I'"r,nn run' l r:i:i mi I'nai .\lr. Dailley could attend fae aiaiiiiny. 'llie Uayiuond ii, ipb' iii-e ir.ir !i p.'e:i:i'il lo lie:;i' ;liai dnily \,-a �� ,11 ii'ii'r >ervice is c. ing in b,- vwv.w i|. ."-^i'-'cp ;iiid caM'.e ii.i:: are fiM-riiiic ihe iiay si.'iiped in la t ;,-ii: in ;-ri',ii '(iian:!'ies jll.-! ii .'.'. 'I !i' , 11,101' viy linli' lo.-.s lip ti> till' |irr.. int irom ilic �i:.-)rn;. To s!lo�.^� file .MaKiaDi �\ii.!i'ry l.iijn a::d Red Croi-.- .Soiiei: � v, iia' i,i;kv.l,: K'l.'iM'f'i)!i;t (if a -^iirprii.f'sinung on Miej imiiril of l!.i!i- riiiiimi:i"e > e-;Ver.lay 1 I'.liiii .Ml-. .1 "i . I'll I I I 'ivi;d fr im tiic-(M'.K .iv-iii >j�-r.. 'ill' roUowlns t"lo-gra'ii : �I liave pii-a.-'i:i-" in ailvS'-ini; yo.i^ tlia' .iicrtly '.W' wil! i�,-t:in" iln^ daily � ' pa--,.i]:;i r .Ji-iviii' hi'.^v.cen l.iMhbrid/i! .inil Caril .I'll. '1 'il'-' di inii' dale. I ' .'.ill ;rlv;-" .Miu (,t ki!i;'. a^ it lal.t.s; s line da>'j 1 .;vr: .isict.' Iii-rcr" a nin i i,ii.!i as ihl-; .��iii 111- cb.ir. ;i' I. .\s your | pi()*ili' wi'.c h.i auxidii- tiiaf till-; iluiiii'l r-^irl Iroio i �inl.-^' ,n in tlie inoriiliig. i l;avi' :n iar:i;i'il i'_ :1kh way. , and ilii'ri iiy v.ill kIvc yon a ilirei" : i'(inni'c'''!ni a: .-', i iliii',' in ixjlii ('iie.^ \ t!..ns wl'i) liie 'iJiaiiai')- TUi-. ".'.i'l giv" yiMi an i'.ice. ii'ii: iiiarkei ninu", thill with r."i Iibri'l.;!'. v, liii-ii I know y.iii �.vi'l lake ;i'iv.iiiia);.e of. 1 w.inlil like 10 know that liiis change of \ vice in an-oi-d.inc" '.villi your v.is!ic;' on tho jnirt n! ; the Canadian I'aciric I'.allway. iSgdi-('�. 1). Mac;n:!c-h, Sapei intcndeiu. Leili-hridge." I ' Tbe ."-^ecDml ^\'.'lrd Bl hoprlc tbrongb 1 three c.ininii'ieC'S laiinclied its fithl , . , , , .,, , aiiiu.-'enient comiiany in aid of the now ] govermrent just how f.ir they will go .,,,.,,,^, ,n (Wder to get water for the land. f,, ,,.,.,i,,, pf.opp, ,Hpeciully was en- i;i;.iii'ii. lie i- alr-o (lif;|iosliig o," all his |;)i.:i)' r'y liiirc, incliuliiig his dental par-jhii'.. i;i llie (.:'.11,011 bn'c( 1. The now �iciili.it has not yet airiveil. but It is .' vfi'-.-c'.'d ili.ii 1)). i'!:irke. ',v)u> was In I Ilic laiiie gradnaiing cUi'^s with Dr. JKIcii'iKv. will he tlie iie'.v iinaimbent. \'.'i' arc .otrj- lo lose onr dentist, as i h,' \v:i �� .1 lor.ni-r le-ideni of Magr;itli. j hi , h-inie towti. aail seemed almtwt a � na;ivc of Cardr.ton. having jprnctlsed I ill i" \! iii!(? I:.-. .\i)ios was located at M'li.' i>'):ni. )ir: ii- to liis gradiiatinn. i it 1- ii:;iU .-'led iliat l)r, i-'lelcller is i ic-atiiii; i.-i l.cinlirid-c. where be is \ ill-tilling � iic'.v and 11)1 :odate ('(pilp-i Mii'ii' ill ; .ic building jn.-i north of j tic .\ii.;.aiiilr,i Mi,id. M'' will be plean-I �;. -i'l' a,! bis .Magratb and (,'ards- I'.iii iri ill- ;i' .'ic- new (I'.iari.crs wIkm'u he v.ii! '�� c I.:'ilii acd after .March j l.-.|!i. h'i" frh-iiil.-^ Ill re will all wish I hini 'ucii-'.s i:i hi,- new location. life's momentiiin, depends upon a well-nourished body. Wnen strength is depleted and the body lacking in essential nourishment, j/jc nen;es are f/ie first io suffer. .Many are preparing to attend the Irri-g:ition meeting in Lethliridgu. believes there is ()R(;anized drug tru.st SHERBROOKE, Que.. March 3. -What is claimed to be an or-g.iniz5d drug trust with probable headquarters in fvlontreal and using Newport ns a gateway to the States has been unearthed by the local customs officers here and a large quantity of opium, cocaine and heroin has been seir.id and two men arrested. ENULSION simon-pure in substance, rich in tonic qualities, nourishes the whole body and strengthens and �teadics the nerves. Wherever the sun �hinea, SaOtt's ia the recognized standard tonic-food and conjerver of strength. Seotl&Bowne.Toronto. OnL joycil by (iiilte a number despite tiie cold wealiief. T!ie dancing was inter-s|)ers(rd witli llie Kangaroo Court Proceeding:;, wiiiidi enlivened the gathering and bellied fill the coff(..-s. Ail r( port a bui-hel of fun. Tiie t.eaviit Dranialic are lu iiild forth tonight for the .same good cau.^e at the same place "Till! Gyninasiiiiu llall." It is se'.duui that, \f.(iiorrow. Children ?tmply will n d lako the time from play to empty their howclB, which become cloggci up with waste, llvov so's slnggluh, loinach Hour. Look at tho tongue, Mollierl If foated, or your child is llstloss. croRS, fi.'vorlsh, breath had, restless, doesn't eat honrtily, full of cold or linH gore throat QV any other chlldron'n ailment, give a teafil'oontul of "Cnllforn-ia Syrup o� Piga," then don't worry. liecaiiBs It Is perfectly hnrmlosB, and In a few hours all this constipal ion jiolson, sour hlle and fermenting fwanto will gently movo out of tho bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough "insldo cleansing" ia oftiiucM nil (hat i.s necessary, it flhould bo tho first trcatmout givon in any sicknoaa. riewitro of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a holtlo of "California Syrup ot i^lga," which lias full directions for babies, children of all agcfi nnii (or grown-ups plainly printed on tho hottlo. Look cnrel'ully and aeei that it is made by tho "CallCornln Pig Syrup Company."-AdvertiHcmeut. AUCIIANGEI.,, Saturday, March 1.- (Associated Press.)-Governor ZInovi-eff. of l^etrograd. in a recent speech to tho Pclrograd sovle't council explaining why the Bolshevllcl were willing lo attend tho conference ai\ Prince's Island, to cqns'lder a compromise Willi the allied governmonls, dt'ciared tliat any Iroaty the -Bolshe-viki made with tlvo allied powers would ho conBlderod a scrap ot paper. As quoted in tho Northern Comninno, tho 'Official organ of the Petrograd soviet, Zinovicff Bald; "We ard unrtertalcing this movement toward peace with a clear realization that ill tho course of timn this peace will ho vrofitahle io,U6 and not to our enemies." REACH AGREEMENT PARIS, March 1.-A Havas dispatch from Prague tode.y says^ that a provisional agreement has) been reported between the Czechs and Jugo-Slavi with respect to navigation on the Danube, The Czecho-Slovaic republic obtains what is described a� almost "sovereign rights." OTTAWA, :\Iarcli .'1.-Xo commissions will be paid on the purchase of lanil for soldier settlemnm. ai'cording to � statement mad , by W'. J. Black, cliairman of the soldier settlement hoard. The land will bo purchased direct from the owners and commission men will not lie considered. it is the purpose of the hoard, Jlr. Blaclv states, lo give tho settlor tho beuelit of every method that can bo employed to save him mon-ey. Land will bo appraiseil according to its real value, and it is that value that tho soldier will have to jiay and no more. ESIIIIES TO BE NIRODOGED SOON OTTAWA, i\larch 3.-Tho heavy es-limatM which the g()vernmetvt, will , have for contidcnilicn Ihi.j session will be laid before the hrniso probably lieforo the end of the debate on the , address. They will provide for liirgo oxpondituri-' on llie government national railwnys--'pr.-bably butween $70,0l)l),000 and $80,000.(100. About .fl.'O.- , 000,000 will bo needed In all proha ' Wllity for tlio carrying ant of the gov- I ernmoul's shipbuilding program, as well 'as substantial volos for pensions, repalrialioii of returned men and their' technical edncaticn in tho schools e's-; tabliahed nivdor the depai'tmeut of soldiers' civil ro-estiiblisliment. There also 1)0 iir.ivlsion for Ihti gov-ornnient's announced asslslanco to : good roads, tor belter housing and for Ihe program of public works. Dominion of Canada Income Tax A representative from the office of the Inspector of Taxation, Calgary, will be at the Inland Revenue Office, Tost; Office Building, Lethbridge, on March 3rd, 4th and 5th, to give any information to residents of Lethbridge and dist''ict which may be desired in connection with the filing of income Tax Returns. Forms will be available for distribuftS^n. After March 5 th these can be obtakied either at the Post Office, Lethbridge, or on applitation to the Inspector of Taxation at Calgary. liONTREALWAIIERS AREMl b I MONTUE.VL, March ii.-Unexpect-1 '. 0(1 liovoiopmeuta occtiifed Saturday bo-1 ' twoon hotel workers and llieir oni- 1 ployers which has been browing for! somo time, when after lunch the wtiit- i oni of tho Wiiulsor llotol walked out, | as a roault ot which the grill and din-; lug rooms worn cloBcd to the gonornl public Saturday night and yesterday. Tho strike has not yet boon general, tho Windsor boiuK the only hotel thns far aft'octed, but the Indications nrn Ibiit tho waiters of at least one ot tho other larger Uolela will go out tO' 1 day. lervice to Fordson Tractor Owners A very serious question for the Prospective Buyer io consider is the Question of Repairs, and Knowledge of Tractor Mechanical Parts When the seeding or harvesting season is on, every hour counts. If the tractor should have to lay up for any considerable time because of some disability, the farmer is in a bad fix. Right here is where the words "Ford Service" have their meaning. Every farmer knows that the Ford Dealer is not far away and that the same satisfactory service offered the Ford Car Owner applies also in the case of the FORDSON TRACTOR. We are going to hold on our Premises at Lethbridge on Mar. 6, 7 and 8 a School of Instruction in the Mechanical Construction, Operation and Maintenance :: :: :: of the FORDSON TRACTOR :: :: :: We think you will appreciate the desirability of t his plan as well as the necessity for some such instruction and the benefits \'/hich will result from same, (n order to make this school a success, however, it will be necessary that each owner and prospective owner do everything in his power to be present and where he cannot come himself send in his mechanic who will be taking care of his machine. This class is the only one you will have an opportunity of attending this season. .\N EXPERT ON THE FORDSON WILL BE IN CHARGE. H. E .MEIBACH PROPRIETOR GA] 1232 Third Avenue S outh--Lethbridge, Alta. C. C. McCREERY MANAGER T,''WPi 0148 57 08412836 ;