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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mtwmi Ubdai �*asseiiger Traffip W;- if'-'^- �� ^ -;;-- '^yc^en you travel on tho C. V. R. t^lifMM-out ot-ljcthbiidgo! now U is going to cost you 16 per cent, more than ii would have yesterday. Tho Canad-)an rajhraj-s have added 15 per tout to the cost ot travelling, and Hjfe new rates are in eftect tmluy. The local ticket office of the company received ^vord about ten o'clock thifi morsiDg of the raise In passenger rates, wltli Instruotlona. to add 15 per cent to ttaa cost of each ticket. Though tho new rales went Into effect at midnlKht th� local office was not notified of the change in tfma to act) the morniac train tickets at the new rates. Thoae buying tickets were therefore fifteen per cent, ahead of the game. As au^ example of what the u�w-rutcs will mean in comparison with-the old. we give the conparaUre rate^ to a ftw points; n^. New. Old. Calgary............ 14.40 .fSM' CardstoB............ 2.35 5.00 Coutts.......' .�..... 2.SB 2.00 Medicine Hat ... ---- 4.15 ; 3.6B Wlniitpos........... 25.35- 22.06 In the UnStrti States iravellera are %aytDg an incrMae of eight par cent on all passenger tickets, but this ia a war tax, and goea to the government to supplement .the general Tereuue, HUd not into the treasuries ot the.railway companies. i . Freight Rataa. Also The freight rate increase so long ihrcatenod also weut Into eftect lodavi aml'hereaftef all freights will IHJlS per cent, lii^her.. Local wholesalers havo figured It out that this wOl moan an incrvasa otabout^halt.a cent Oi|'a can ot tomatoer.from'Ontarlq. On a Studebaker abtomobtlo from Ontario the increase will be from |95i the old rate, to, HID,' the new rate, making. thM� autos $15 higher. Other Aakits wlU be lnclsUtlon. It Is probable that, farmen In thlti district will have ^o deduct/6 or It 1-3 cents for freight and'^mmlsston hereafter instead ot' 15 cents &a formerly. Many local fvhotesalerf had not be�n notified of- the ihcreaao this mornin* but within a couple of days everything will be workihg smoothly as'the new tariffs had-be6n in print fc^r a. couple of months and In the hands of the shippers througboiit tiie West ;, >.. ' � � '. ';�' , CommaDicatioas -under this �u�t bear the signatures wrlterJ.' , > - heading ot the PBOTECt THE GARDENS HdUor tethbridge Herald: Dear Sir.-Seeing that the spring is Bsarly here, 'and~-�'e lare makiag' ar-rangemants to plant our gardens also � piece of the boulevard or^a vacant lot we begin to wonder if we are going to be botherad with the same annoyances as laat year. Last year we went ahead and planted as much land as possible believing it to be our pat riotic duty to do so. This year we want to do the same, b/it taking laat year's experience we wonder if it is worth the canidle. Now, Mr. Editor, to have a garden and to keep it in shape i-equires all of a man's spare lime, but our experience is that we Just get our garden in shape, and then somebody brings a bunch of cattle ior: horses town. They walk all orir the garden,-and the drovera to oblige you and get the cattld off, ride all over the garden'and make a worse mess than the cattle. Then there's the sti-ay cattle and horses'that, seem to be always �VeBiorn.  J Cnnarfir*n*l�*lnited StattSstarm  lands And tlie Induoemont*^^ by, .-r.Vsquarft-aeaUaKB" of hundreda.^  of would't)b fannor.i and tan-  ants to buyrtj)roperty, wn organ-iV l�atlon-. wrt.,*'p.ortoctod Uor^*,' 4>''ln scope, to -bo Mn.>Editor, la .th�: prevention >of thiainulahhce. which'ia>not impossible by: any'means, 'vl myself, figure that l-lostj.more tr�m^ this source thanvltbe-whole of mrvtaxea come to. Mr.^^^ditor, I don't wish to become an agitator ,or In any� way; offensive,! bat, I do think it.Is time that the com'mi^lonera. t^ke some steps in this'dIrection,jio: that we canhly knows what to d& about the 19>S as'se advantages offered by th^^ city was refused; A, G. McKay being the stroug-est objector, said tha mayor-Summed up by the mayor, the situa-'tlbn as affecting the dttes is as follows: T � . , :  , ^ .Tho legislature will pats no general act tor cities. yhe governmentwili not themselves impose an Income:t.dx,b(tt,the cities may be allowed to ilo �o from Jan. 1, 1918, until one yea* atter'ihe Signing of peace by .QreatcBrltalta; This win tie all right, a'aya the. maypr, provided iio ^xemptlo'nlon for the recalculation o't th'^'-sinKlng fund on a 50-year basis. iTha; government will give no help'in'that direction. What the cities caiido howevei*', is to invest sinking fund fiiioriles at''5 per cent instead of thtee' per. cent as in the past. This,willJhelp,a little^: ^Think, We Don't Need Hejp., ' ''Those ,fellow^8 up.; at Edmonton seem to think Lothbrtdge doe^h't.need any help In a financial way*'.'saiU the mayor. "Even ArctilOicLeatt thinks we can pull through without trouble, aud they are.doirig^haibing to help Us." The municipal -committed asked Mayor llardie to appear'before them again Thursday but- h� icamo rliome, feeling that he could :da ^thlng'found8,� - - - At stationary hospitiil: Lieut, I. A. Daniel, British Columbia, shell-shock;' At Letoiiquetx Lieut. H.-.P. Cluff,-Ontario, multiple, rfevere. .' '^i. At ^Camiere.e:- Lieut. T. H. Gallon, Manitoba, arm, severe; K. M.'Watta, MaaltiOba, lo'wfer body,'severe;'C.CoK lins, Ontario, tlilgh'and arm, slight, � i In London: Captain F, W, Tid-marsh, gassed..'.. . ; AFEpsom: Captains W. F. Jamieson, Manitoba, -shoulder, severe; E. G.' Smart, elbow," alight. At Liverpool: L,leut. H. N. Hortou, Ontario, leg, slight. Sect-etiry^ Bafcf, waV unanlniotisly aWi.SIS^i^^Sij^llfe^^^^^ tnllitary fcohimlttco.^>i ,. �  , Ohio, Were: klltedatiMlliigtott, Field V .. \- , yasterdiy y-4i�^' tlouDion, p'.Washlngton,.Mai''�h,'lB.''~t.ogt�ltiilbti �ojfetsiioal laws glvii* ^extra' i�y' ai-�inces ayprngJnl] 6bi|�or cent.'^- to the avlat^t sitvloo,- iji nded stiom- Does; Your Boy Want to Join the ot the Soi) ? IF so� let him. At will gjivc; Jbim several mbnths oi ojpeii ^r,tbo^builHing,imu8cicdevelopingwork^ InadditionT it Will stimulate.his self respect and' his sense of responsibij'^ ity becaus^ he will be doing work that is vitstlly necessary to win the wan - ' The most i^e^nous problen^ / confrontingiGreat Britain, France and Italy this year%i8 Jthc food supply and Canacla, musr prodjjce evcty pound ;shc possibly can to meet em^rgehcyj^And yoiir boycan help. ." AU'boVa will bcpaid irageis ciirrentfijrateS; for 'farm work, 6nd in addition every boy who serves three months presented by the Dominion of Canada- with a bronze Badge iff Honour Besides the good experience your boy will gain on the farm, the money ha will earn atid the physicalibenefit fi&will derive,lie,will be performing a patriotic, a vitally necessary service to his cotintry. Parents a^^ notoiily to consent to thisii^boy.^ entbllingjn-the^Soidiera of the Soil, but to encourage .^..thcinatoat} 80,iA->.-, '.j.: '-x' Enrollment.week iMarch--17 to 23, for all boya from 15 to 19. .-iilclusive. �� - : "i � ' High ScheW Teachers, Y. M. G. A, Secretaries, and Scout Masters are enntllment officers in all cities and tPwns'and in cities of IcsB.thanlO.OOOi/bank managers will also bccept enrollment ;-,-applica.tipn�.'.;-:-'>''",--;r: -- � Otta^a> J. D.vMcGregoiv Director of Atricultorsl Lsboir APPELiAiECoym; ALLOWS LOCAL APPEAt Calgary, March 15.-The appellrfle/J division,' Mr. Justice Beck dissenting, has allowed thcappeal in the case of Baubier vs. Lloyd, reversing tho judgment ot Mr. Justice ^Ives, who dis-mlssSd the-application by thellefend-ant to strike out "tiie garnishee .summons filed against the Canadian Bank of Commerce as garnishee, and direct-, iog payment out of court to the defend-' ant or his solicitors, bf-all monies paid 'Info court by the said ^garnishee jtiir-'j-suant tovlhe said summons.' -:&V ' r The.action was by Baubier Brdthers as landlords against the defendant, Lloyd .for rent, andgarnishee/^am mona was filed against the Catfajlfcili!; .Bank'^ot pommerce, hy. ''Mliomi/iohfsy itielonglng* to -defendant Iiloyd,Vv.;waa "paid into.'.cburt. The affidavitv.ugpn which-^ the igarntefaee;'aum^oal^^lnw^f4 OtWwa; Jdar. 15.-It is understood tbatjC. A. Magratb.tdel controller, re-, cently wrote, to Sir Robert Borden,! expressing a desire .'to be celieved of hla dntiea at 4hif end' ot the by tba^ premier and the g6vemment, aa it ia believed that but tor- bts efforta during recent month* theyco^I .ijtuatlon In Canada would taave beenlBuch more aarious. With the experiaaca. of the paat as a guide. It js also bellewed that tlie fi�el coatrol- ragHlationa will ba even more auccafsfalljc^admlniitared In the fu: taraithan in.the vaat. Ameadad re fnlationa wOl be pisaad/which urill en sura 'Stattsr contra! ot" the fuel aup-plr ; �' . AEANOON t'TEAMCR i^^The'cWr^uaUcaaqjaiJuatices Stuart and Uyndman, heidihat the affidavit did not contain what the rule aays an affidavit, should contain >to.warrant the issue qf a garnishee'summons and that no iurladlction ';is. conferred .-on the clerk wh6 issues :tbe ainnmoniea to exercise a discretion" to overlook defects. Tho appeal was there'fore allowed with costs and'.itits garnishee p'roceediitgs set aside with ^coata^vt:'., ; C. J. Jamleaon oflJethEyidge, for (defendant) appellant;,' A; ;B.. iDuilop for (plaintifr) resttondent! V 'f-f' f An Atiaiitic Port, March' IS.-im medlata'tttoi'tB to release the ateamer Kariha;w bf tha Marchanta and Mln erg Line riilrhlch r.jrentaabore early Wmlneadayinorning'were abandoned late yeat^^ay when the laat rmembera of the oraw were brought, aabpra Inj the braaehaa buoy. An effort will be made/to salvage' her carso^whlch In-ojudea 17,000; caAa:ot whiskey, after which amattempt wijl ba made to'dr'ag h�f> ntt �h� ainil ' > LOdJVIA OFIAMI^NS RbVal Arch Masons in s'^ssloivjJtMgb -Iliver electadlhe /pllowlpf oMllarkleyi,m'M(l: Ian, Calgary,. grand reglatrar;"Dr,'^'J/ A, Neff, :kdmontoa/sapt. No, 1 dia-trlct;, F. 8. Belw&od, Calgary.'^ adpt,, No, 2 district: J,F:Oaataal,-HighRiV-' er, aupt. No, 3 dlatrlot." - ''' a , 1;";,'IBeing in close: touch with ythe egg ryarket cnlables us to sell at a special price on Sal-"urday of / PER DbZEN AT ALL OUR MARKETS We are instructed by the Goveinment to make special arranger ments for the supply of Pacifip Coast fish at a price arranged'> by the Government. ,^! :As we are licensed, fish distributers^ and under Government "^Control the public can restissured that they; are getting their , fish supplies at;the,;lowest possible m&rket price consistent with a service and'saijitary arrangements: that are superior to any other in the city.^ ' ' ' ^.  ^ FOOD CONTROL LICENSE NO MSS Watch Our 3peci#j Fish A^. on Tuesda; 5-31 ? main MARKET-aBp;''AVE\ SOUTH PHONE�'^41213M " DOMINION MARKfT^r-'CO'lt.,, 4TH AVE. & 6TH 8T, 9., l�H;9NEf16B4- Pa(.ACE M"XRKET-13TH^-tTf N, PHONE-4S| Freii^gain8i;veryPav5 mmmmm 1 <,. \ 8828 ;