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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta CT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MARCH 192t SECOND SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PnUfc. COILS OF ALBERTA MUST BE GRANTED LARGER TAXING POWERS OR THEY WILL "GO BROKE; HARM TELLS LEGISLATORS j O- Before Municipal I4iw Committee at Edmonton Tues- day Morning in Support of Calgary's Pica for Wider Tax- ing Powers Give Cities A utomobUe, Theatre and Police Revenues Declares Dr. Stanley. (Special to the Herald.) EDMONTON, Mar. of Calgary's proposed mini- mum service tax of to on everyone, lo be offset by property tixcs, plunged the municipal law committee of the legislature Tues- day morninp. into a rrorass- of 'argument In which the members were stlli floundering at noon. Amorg the iroportnnt points brought out in the discuuion were following An icuncerneiit from Hon. C. R. f.-litci-.cM, provincial treasurer and nc'.irsij premier, that the govern- ir-.o V. hnva n statement" to Inter with rcsnect to the po6ci3i8 appointment of a com- missfofi to investigate and report on, providing for uniform'city and defining principles of .taxation. EOYLE OPPOSED Declaration by Attorney-General J. P. fioylc. that he would oppose ths minimum service tax jary. tfial city raisetf the on from tiic rreient 50 per cnnt. of their rejJ value to the fi'tl real value A1MR SOU Tilling Land Co. Sues New Elm Colony For Commission 100 per cent. ilso. thai he would oppoic it as long as th< minimum service tax was proposed to be offict against property and other taxes. A demand by Dr. G. 0. Stanley, (Opposition) High River, that the government cease taking all automobile, theatre, and police- court licenses, and feel from cities; that the cltld permit- ted to retain these revenues, and the province raise revenues either by a provincial income fax or by increasing the supplemen- revenue tax. MAYOR HARDIE SPEAKS The committee ulianlrli- ous asunt to Mayor W. D. L. Har- die, of Lethbridpe, to address them a few moments though May- or did not come wlth''the Calgary delegation. Mr. Hardie seized the occasion, however, to champion Calgary's cause to the extent of declaring that the cities were only asking for these privi- leges to save themselves from go- Ing broke, that, If they were not given, even though some of the taxation might seem to be unfair, the cities would go bankrupt. Hvzull. Frank WiuldiiiKton, Joe Hodgson, A. U. HOKB. Ted Jarvls, K, C. Fred Dr. Wray, Dr. W. P. Craig. (5co. KlfiiiiiiK, Iton McKillnp, K. Hazcll. J. S. 'Kirk- ham and tlio hulioK