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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THK LKTIllUUiHiK DAILY ttKKAUI TUESDAY, MARCH tj OF UGBISESi) (Special to The March jaial.- and towns throughout Albfria have the same objection to the prov- tolUriag the big end or their aci court fines as tat bigger ciiies. from pleas jiut up by a deputation of officials from Alberta towns who called cm Hon. A. G. Mac-] kjy, minister of umuu-IpaHiifrs The deputation, by X S. .NScCaHum. member from revUIe, discussed tho subject ot ameiidraents to the town act very briefly with the minister tnd will him again at 2 o'cioct this When asked how mucJi ol the lie-ease fees the town wanted, one o! the depu- Ullon remarked JokSus'.y, "we want all of ihesu, but hope lo get One important UMiuvst the deputaiiuu 1; maXins i? in regard to the imw pro- vlncKil resi-eciiiig arrears of laxes. this ncl, arrears of taxed may paid ui> in annual instalments providing ihit the current vear's ;axes are with each geiher with Tha o! the province which have charier atnen'iuicnta on the subjects are net itife-ted by the act. Tho towns want the act led to the town couaciU io iKviue adopt it. Several other proposed amendments to the town ai't will tv disoiusM ioclml- Inj (or registration ol voi- CANTSTMCAll I BEFORE 3 MONTHS Medicine Electim AIRMEN KILLED Os-la. iMsrch l.ltuE. Wiert. of Los Angeles, fV.ol. O'.nitload were yesterday vrht.'-'l Uie plane in Ussy were flyfca in Results in Important Change in Charter SUMMARY OF SIR E. ALLENIY'S DISPATCH t (Dy Lieut. R. B. General AHtnby's dispatch, which is dstetl ISlh September, 191S, with the operations undertaken yince llth 'December, by the force survinii In Egypt and Pak.'ttue, aurt at the ftns! triiimphmt campaign which drove'the TurVs out of Palestine and brought about a vie Iu DMeotber, HIT, tie enemy's carloads of sew] osts bare bs-ea shipped from Kent county to western provinces. THE MAGJC BOX "AND THE CCNIE FILLED THC eox IwrPH THt HAGIC BALM." Yon don't Relieve la penll and indciaglcboies? Of course aotl Tbat Is, not u they told ot In "Arabian But In other forms aren't they around Ml IwTt tbe aeroplane the Magic Flytnj Carpet? 'Isn't the vrirelesc the fenle who coold vpeak all ovrr the world? Hasn't science ttvcn yon, In a VMaijtc cf Listen to I his. from the West i lud a yoaderful'iraouat of My hus- band's finM1 was crusted fcYvZsni- Bok drwinrt ttzlcd My burned Koppel the pirn. My little >oa cut Land on rusty Bcfcv trtrenttd fencing hcslei it. My bad a toif fced, cauKd by aa sfcee cortd h. I hid chipped it truly taitreUcus that fnsn one box ol ZiwByk mu A benefit can be drnred Tbifts only WcauM Zam-Bck is all ind as n aiftlT cestmttmted tklt t qoicdty it b core elective tbafl mxtur tma tail ouwtitT Get a box to-day AUCTION SALE WADDWGTtMTS AUCTION ROOMS TOMORROW, WED., MAR.Sth COMMENCING AT 2.M Frank Waddington SELL BY AUCTION Attractive dining room suite In fumed oik, comprising buffet, rooad extension table, of chairs; two baadgome complete irrth coil felt mattresses; seamless Axmlntl- ir raj; quaatitT at llnotaam; PEBFUJHS INCUBATOR; three very 'gooA drevMn; nraod extvuBioa dining table solid oak; extension dining table; TOX TTJTSVHITER In Al order; OKB SKT SINGLE DUmonl EDISON PHONOGRAPH, hamogany cabinet with Wtcheu chairs; kitchen table; Xltchen Fml Car Ruumg Order PHONES "WADD1MGTON StLLS WITHOUT RtSERVE" ____________ CLCHK EDMONTON. AUa.. Marcli Be cause the voters of Medicine Hat ap J pear to be pi uncertain mtud. the i array, owlnf to which had municipal law committee of the leets-' yrtrfomly Ukta was dlrittal Ulure today decided to impose a re-1 two Mptrale parts. Oua pan itriclion in the recall bylaw ot that had retired to (he hills north of Jaffa jrity. Tvboreby an elected officer can-i Rwaiafc, the other hail ;not be Mcaltei within three towards Jerusalem. Op [it seems that Alderman Marshall Aeta tro groups were the 'ihatcity who was the winner by three pis' the 20th Corps, re- voles at the recent civic election The ?tst Corps held n the subject of u recall petftlou.1Iti9 r'Jaafcfi {rum Ihe mouth of the i within three days his election. El AuJa lbree B0rtil The indtgnftut aWerinaa refused to iSldleh, ami the 20th with the result (hat James Hole, held llne: covering Jerusalem a soi-ifllist. and Capl. M.C.. across the Jeruialeui-Xablus and entered tbe lift. Hole wlutilng over the roads, miles returned man bv u vote of Io and There was a heated discussion in the The ensure of and committee over the subject, the Medi-i ciue Hat meaibers alleging that PEACE BRINGS MANY JOYS The war taught us to save and to serve. It brought the supreme test of now comes Peace with Counties among them i a general advance of six In the case of reason was given in the recall petit- the 21at Corps this movement Ion? whv should be ousted'0" the December 20-21 Wllh immediately after his election. TUe 'he, of the U Auja. original ameadment offered was ttini I Rafls anU material were se- the percentage of signatures required to malio a recall petition vaHfl should be raUed from 25 per cent of the i ers at ihe last election to 50 per cent. This was strenuously opposed by M. Davidson, Xorth Calgary, the coin- mitiee finally compromised by leaving recall proceedings couli not be start- ed within three months of an election and that the reasons for recall must bo slated In the petitions. Among other things Khich the com- mittee did to the proposed Medicine Hat charter amendments were ihe fol- camber 26-C7. lowing: Refused to'permit a charter amtntlment which would have allowed a citizen ia-ssrrears of taxes on sev- eral pieces of properly to Qualify the office of mayor or aliennnn, by j the Uses on one parcel prop- j eity on wouJd qualify. to a section empoweriDS-the city to assess householders for sir- Allowed an amendment asking Hie right for tag city council to raise tlic interest "oa debenture-? already lasued by rote 9! the people from 5 to G per cent without another vote, so that the interest can be raised bat another vole is necessary also, raising the pres limit uf ten per cent and interest on debentures to 6 per cent for future The city council of Medicine flat has changed it 3ng an Income ti the lengthy income tax amendments were withdrawn at request ot the city. Samuel Cowan, pioneer ;businesa loan of is dead, cretly prepared beforehand, aud the attack iras a complete surprise. Bridges were thrown across the river, and by the evening of tlie UJntl all ob- i Uad been sained, anil ihe dis- j tanre between Jaffa and thi? enemy increased from three to eifcht Meaawliile on the 20th Corps' front the preparations for an advance die attack, This attack, which had for its Abjective life recapture of Jerusalem, was launched with great determination astride the Jerusalem- Nablu-; road in the night of Thc OOih i Shredded Wheat coukirit get all you wanted' the war but now your grocer can the normal demand. It is the same Sh WheAi you Lxve always wk4esome, nutritious. There for it. with milker cream. Salt or sweeten io suit the MADE IN CANADA visions holding the line north and east of Jerusalem stood their ground against the enenv strong counter-attai and IQtli Divisions iy's thcusu, ami :ack by tbe 74th 0" A s was delivered oft 1 idoioK n certain amount ot damage to railway south of Amman. TakinR advantage of Ihe withdrawal ot Turkish forces to cover Amman, Eherit Felsal begun operations against Maan. TUe railway was cut north and pouth of the torn- An- other, column attacked the railway some 15 miles farther south and suc- In effectively destroying the railway lor a stretch ol over CO miles. rios these various so ai1 attempt was maUo to a hostile force at Shunet Ntm- the risht of the enemy's aliack. on east bank the Jordan. counterattack met with sudi success jMoonted troops crossoil the river, that the attack on Jerusalem was moved around the right ot the enemy's abandoned. On the 2Stb, the 20th Corps was orde: 3th, therefore, i ired to make a position and occupied Es Salt, which was on tbe main road bv which the general advance, and by the evening 'enemy would retreat; un Australian of the 30th progress had been made brigade vns left to watch the left from three to six miles on a twelve- rlant The Hen! Sakhr tribe which mile front. Tbus not only did the had offered assistance was ordered enemy's attempt to recapture Jerusa- lem cud in. complete failure, but after further operations of any size undertaken, and necessitated R policy of active defence. During Mar, June and July ikltish batjallons were withdrawn ao-1 by In- dian hatmHoiis. nont'is of re-orgaolza- tlou raids ivera oarrlci! out. Oetn-een the 9th aad llth of April for example the right of the XXlst torps was advanc- ed 3 miles on a 32-mile front in the facp of considerable resistance, and costly coiipter-attacXs. On June Sth an advance was also made by two battalion? on tbe extreme left nf the line. A successful raid carried out August 1-, in irhtch the power- fully protected El .Burj-Ghtirabch, ridge a Kecked and heavy IOSSJE