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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I nun LOCAL mnrt WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9. ALBKKTA. REDUCES IIS ES1ATESACCOI Difference ia City Hall and School Bookkeeping A Tidy Reserve in the way of hidden treasure hav discovered by the Pobllc Schools' Board, in which the ratepayer! profit to the etUnt of the of being deducted from the school budget an originally fram- ed. This IB accounted for through a difference in the city nod school book- keeping, through which certain re- serves coming to the schools ware unearthed. The auditor'! report showed a balance on hand from after taking care ot! the .deficit and interest for the year. WHli knowledge of this tbo t nil tees, Items be deleted from tho estimates that the amouut for contingencies, originally made oat for J3IXJO, wliat early, but Mr. llrad- shaw beinK well prepared witli i'eGj ;uid slioltor Is not at all worrying. Service Tax May Be Incorporated in I ,eth bridge Charter Ttii? minimum service. tax has (Mowed to be Incorporated into thn Calgary city charter bv tho leglsla Inra at Edmonton. This is the min- imum of 110 to bd levied in the name uf the noil tax now in use in Leth- briilge. The intptvitton of this Ux is to apply all round, with no set-off to property owners, with the Inference Milford Granger, Accused of 'h'8 come automatically In Tlitft nf Hnnui Tub., ut the of the mill rate which men of Horse, Taken at ,he poll tax ,.ul serve to Whitefish AS applied In Lelbbtldge the rain- iinum service tax does not eflect prop-! Information has reached the A.l'.P. i it has "been accepted by the citV Here that the man. Milford Grander, j council as a principle that whatever 1 some two weeks ago, was ulleg- taxes are allowed to be levied bv otli-! 7 er 'Mes be IncnrporatPd in the bridle, and two saddle blankets trom Lethbridge charter, so that the Toronto Church Calls Rev, A.H. Denoon, Knox Four Going From Lethbridge as Members of The Dele- gation The case ot Hobbs vs. BeUnger proceeding in the Supreme Court. The plaintiff, George Hobbe, a farmer of "Picture Butie, is suing Joseph Belan- ser, of Moriuville. for the lum of which ho claims Is owing him by the defendant over an agreement come to between the parties in a transaction for the selling And buylnf of green feed, hay. oats, straw, The sum claimed is to be for moneys paid to and de- posited to the credit of defendant by plain i iff partner in the transac- tions, according to an agreement en- tered into, and for damages suffered by plaintiff through default of-de- fendant in filling given him by plaintiff in uceordance rfth the agree- ment. The defendant deniei that he OT69 the plaintiff anything. 0. F. Jamieson, with J-. Livingstone, for the plaintiff and W. 3. Cray for the de- fendant. NOTED BARITONE AT WESLEY SOON Standardized Farm Wages For Prairies Urged REGINA, Mir. The ttntdant- ization of farm wigtl was advo- cated at the joint cofltsrancc of the livery barn of Heber Youug of Stirling, has been arrested at White- fish. Glacier county, Montana. He ia held there for appropriating, as alleg- ed, a gan, watch, and numerous trin- kets, the property of Geo. Mollinger, at whose house he stayed at Cut Dank when he crossed the line, and aUo on the information given by the A.P.P. for introducing stolen goods into the he is said to have stolen. It is stated that Granger turned the horse loose at Carlow. Montana, walked to Black- The pfiili.m of the Moderation I.t'.i- gue ol' the province will be presented can j to legislature at Edmonton on brought into BB If necessary.' This Thursday morning at The dele- was seen in the amendment proposed I eatus from the various cities will ho Decision As To Acceptance it Not Yet To Be Made Soon Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, min- ister of Knox church, ed a call from Avenue Road frttr byterian church, Toronto. Asked by The Herald this morn- Ing for a statement regarding the rumor that he was leaving the city, Rev. Mr. Denoan admitted that he had received the call( but that no decision had oeen midt. The call will require acceptance both by Rev. Mr. Denoon and by the Macleod Presbytery, nut it ia generally considered among mem- bers of the congregation that much as they regret to Ion minister, it is likely he will (0 east. The Toronto charge hat recent- ly been made vacant througli R. J. Power having been called to St. John, Newfoundland. MAJOR BROWN NOW WITH MR. H. OSTLUND .Mrs. I-ennefather. Dr. Conybeare, and T. .1. Qulnn, are leaving this afternoon. city is to be represented by four 1'oot. and there boarded ting otf at EMBX. he went to a train, get- to be Introduced into the charter for at the capital. The Lath the collection of rental tax as allowed i Bridge delegates. Rev. _Major Barrow, in Medicine Hat. In of the adoption of this principle, it is Inter- esting to note that Edmonton is seek- ing to have placed in its charter tho power to levy income tax. Should this be granted there is Hie possibil- i ity of the same privilege being asked j for by the kethbriilge city council. The city of Edmonton is consider- ing a per capita on incomes nu all citizens over 21 years of age, with LOCAL LADY INVENTS USEFUL TOILET ARTICLB and employment offleials of tht Sjtkstchewan. Manitoba. AllxrU and British Columbia lervicei at tht parliament build- ings today. REGINA FARMER HAS PIECE OF LAND SEEDED on the result of the trial will be turn- ed aver to the Canadian authorities, in case of sentence being imposed af- ter its expiration. Granger on cross- ing the line came to Cut Bank, and from there went on to the reserva- tion, stopping at the house of Mol- linger. a minimum of incomes of where he .1 to PLAINTIFF IN FLAX CASE GETS COSTS and on incomes over SASKATOON OLD TIMER DIES SASKATOON7. Mar. 9.-.7amss Ebv. 77, Dominion meteorologist, died here this afternoon after a Ions illiiBss. He was the first white man tn build a house tn the Saskatoon district. .Mrs. C. E. Darles. 121S Are. A. south, lias just been granted a patent in Canada (or a toilet artido which will be of special value to the travel- ling public. The patent has also been applied for in the United States. Mrs. Daviir, expects to dispose of her pat- ent to one of the nationally-known manuractnrera rubber "goods. Mr. Hugh Brown, a who lias been articled with 7.. Jac- obs, of Cardston. is now articled with H. Ostlund. of this city. Mr. Drown will bo called to the bar noit July when he will probably become a part- ner of Mr. Ostlnnd. Mr. Brown Is j widely known in Southern Alberta j principally as a military man. His .splendid service during the late war is general' knowledge. He still re- tains tho rank of major in the militia. .PILLING COMPANY LOSES LAND CASE In the claim of tile Pilling Land for the sum of 13200 against Antz. Joe Anti. John Antz, and Kleinsaaser, of the Menhonlte celonv known as the New Elm Colony, near Magrath, Mr. Justice Simmons dis- missed the action with costs us against the plaintiff. Tn the case of Bobi vs. Schwartj m tie Supreme Court, which was a claim j far the sum of and a'counter- claim for JSS71. over a dispute over the putting in of a flax crop, as al-i ready reported. Judgment was entered I for plaintiff for sum of and costs. The defendant's coulter-claim was dis- i missed with costs. i GRAND NATIONAL BETTING L.OXDOV. Mar. Assd. today on the Grand i Xational was: i Eamon Beag 10-1: Turkey Buz-. Uard Old Tuy Bridge The Bore Bally Boggan ancll Shaun Spadah Haltou I BettlnE on the Lincolnshire today Mar. A. Arsue. who farms on a Urge scale, stated he seeded a piece of land >n wheat on March 5. The land is immediately south of Wilcox and the owner claims it was in perfect condition at thai time to receive seed. When asked what effect the sudden drop In tem. periituro would have Mr. Argue said: "See me In about a month from and I'll tell you; its'a long way to look ahead, but I expect to harvest MAGRATH FARMERS CONSIDER BUILDING A COMMUNITY MILL Ugly Duckling Cornsacic Poltava Farna i Clarion, Valentine Vox Dyna- mo Arch Gift Dola Recta Next Monday Even ng in n i- -nr-ti m. t-> la Kronati district, Collection With Church's harrowed SO acres of land the same j day the wheat was sown at Wilcox. Anniversary Mr. Harold Kirby, a talented Eng- llsb baritone, now making hie, trans- Canada tour, has been booked to ap- pear here under the auspices of Wes- ley church on Monday next at "Wesley church. This is a Tisti long; promised and owing to the extent of his tour, has not been passible before this date, and special preparations are being made for this eagerly anticipated event, the house is expected to be fill- ed to capacity. The name of Harold Kfrby is so fam- iliar to those acquainted in musical circles that the announcement of 'his forthcoming risit Is bound to arouge the enthusiasm of all music lovers ia H. P. D. Tribkey, western manager of the Canadian Allls-ChalriiBre com- pany, Toronto, en route to the coast, is a visitor in. the city today. Mr. Tricksy fs here in connection with negotiations with the farmers of Ma- grath for a community flour mill. Calgary plans a. special liquor (quad or the city KIRKBTS SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY SHORTBREAD COCOANUT COOKIES Regular Priee 35c oer Dozen TOMORROW Per cloz. Two Doz. 25c 45c WESLEY CHURCH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Monday, Mar, 14 First appearance on his trans. Canada tour of the distinguished English baritone, IN HIS COSTUME RECITAL Evening of Songs WITH DENNIS RAYMOND AT THE PIANO. 50c Under Auiplcel ef Wtlliy Chuixh, SHOE REPAIRS Far beat irork at lowest price! try MUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 41Si Fifth St. S. Phone 693. GIVE THE YOU NEVER HAD A CHANCE TO RISE.because you were'de- nied the business training that might hare put you head and shoulders above your competi- tors. That's true, isn't it? Uou't deny a husineefl training to your children. If you cannot advance the at present, all yon have to rto is to'act us guarantor for the hoy or sirl and we will allow' them to takfl a coume on our Credit Plan, paying for the tuition from their own earnings after leaving our nchool. Day School. Evening Classes. Individual Instruction. You may enter at any time. KEEP ON READING MR. EDUCATOR'S TALKS from Drug Clerk to Ufanager of a Chain Ralph B. Wattley, president of the Nation- al Drug Stores Corpora- tion, is 36. At 23 he was auditor of an or- ganization doing worth of busi- ness a year. Restarted as a drug clerk, owning nothing but ambition and health. Chiropractic: spinal adjust- ments release the pent-up health of pinched nerves. Spinal .nerveH are uinulietl and catiae disease the nerve openings between spinal joints are nar- rowed by SQiual joinU becoming disordered. Keep your in alignment mid health is the uormal result. Chiropractic spinal adjust- ments remove thn cause of'din- euofs of thn heart, cam, nosa. throat. Ilium, stom- ach, liver. Mrliit'ys louver or- gans of the body. NO CHARRE Consultation it without charge obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 203 Sherlock Block. Phonei 1677 and 1441. Milk is Nature's Food It gives you health anil strength, und when you are healthy you can work easier and better, mid wlien you are foeling fine ;md working hard you are almost bound to succeed. Lftt us leave you a bottle of health and success every morn- ing your doorstop. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED Calgary real .estate men gay the av- erage rent for modem Houses is per month. o. BOX 949 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadla Building J12 Third Avenue South THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES Head per Ih............ Davis" per box Sweet per Ib............ No. 1 Apples; per box........... Shredded 20c 25c 20c 45c 25c 20c Lobster Paste- Liljby's Chow per ,bottle White per Ib............. Aladdin Dye ag it g per pkg...............JltfC _ and 35cana65c Dromedary plig................. Hawaiian Sliced Pine- apples; per tin Fancy Canned Hasp- berries White Asparagus Tips Helm style OP- and dozen...... OvC Peeled Green per tip Sliced Beets- tins Princess Soap per Ib................ Golden West Ammonia Powder; 3 pkgs. 25c 25c 45c 50c 65c 20c 45c 15c 15c 30c 27c FREE DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND 1SU. Income Tax, 1920 RepreienUtive of New York Life Iniunnce Co. Office 1541; Rce. Wm. B. Ferguson (Late of Standard Bank of Canada) Begs to Artnjounce the Opining of an Office In The Conybeare Blk., Lethbridge for the purpose of advising, preparing of returns and Ecnitlniiing assessments under Ihe Income War Tax Act, 1917, md the Uusinejj Profit War Tax Act, 1916. Systems. Audits. Company Organizations, -Place all kinds of Insurance and Bonds. The Loaf You'll Love QUAKERBREAD fleroV ;i delirious broart. brown, crisji crust: vlmli-fiojiH1. zcstful botly of ircaif; the likeable and IHVOV nifikc.s Ibis a (bat utiod, becomes u Btoiidy x'ciiptint of your t.iblo. Try it iin.-t', ynn'il buy it. always. John Gi'more Lti. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE NOTICE TO FARMERS AND ENGINE OWNERS I Hare Opened Up New Welding Shop at G. Gowin's Blacksmith Shop Call and see me about that -welding job you will haTo tu get dou before yon start to work this spring. 330 4TH ST. S. HARVEY G. GOWIN PHONE 1M1. WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE GIVEN .py THE KNIQHTS OF PYTHIAS WEDNESDAY EVENING, IN THE K. OF P. HALL at Snppor at IO.SO: UandiiE from 11 till 2. Tlic Blue Dinl Orchestra in Street car ttter TlntntH can hud at tho Hedley Drue Htoiv. ;