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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETIlliRlDGE ii B R A I, D t'RUUY, 20, ItUl THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Published ay thj Herald Prinlih3 Co. Ltd. ever, cver.inj .1 Its SUIh St. LcthbriJae. AlbtrU. Canada. SV A BUCHANAN-Manasm, Dlr.cWr JOHN TORRANCE PHONE: Circulation and PHONE: Editorial. Rcportorisl and Newi Department 1 2 2 1 I year, deiiTpreJ 6 3 cratbs. I uiontb, dolUi-rid DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 00 1 year, by mall "2-03 t E'oaths. by rillt }1.00 S nioasbs. by fcjail '.'..7'.........35 I month. by mail as iltflreii. but tc'.h 11 vSi- THE CAILV -Kci Cross Dms Cnnbrosk Book Store; J. Rob- ertson i- I'o.: Jlciscn i Co.: Hotel; Peo Kenny I.ethbriJsa Citar Stand. Diamond "r. D'Att Medicine Hit AEilaibola D. Fer2-J509. FOR SALE AT _____ -Beattie Mur- Grassy 'hy Uwk Hotel. Coiiei N'ews Agency. ___t__t '......_ 'Seek McCrea: Mitchell DrJS Cu. Bros. Wide Wcrld New; Co.; NCOS Scop. 415 Graawell StreeL Ness Co. 705 'River Side Avenue. THE WEEKLY HERALD -r In cisbl cr more fssee, acd contains a summary ol the news week, local and district imomhs in THE INTERNAL. ELEVATOH. i _____ rranKlv, me nemm iruuivtai.a um'o ill-; Hansard ro'purl.- published in 'our columns (0 nle increase in the assessment this ycnr. lvator ,_i._ ..__.i r IIHM- i vcstonlav. rogardlng the .internal elevator would have bocii. mot? salisfac- lorV- if it had been of n positive nature. As it is the answer of the Minister of Trade ami Com- merce to the questions of the member for Medi- was very in u eh in the way of a diplo- malic reply. U was, more or less, non with reference to the future action onhtfipv- c-riuntnl. .Mr. Foster would not say "yes" or "no" as lo llie possibilities of the elevator being placed here next year. He contented himself by observing that ii is difficult lo say lhal il is not the inlenlion of the government to place an 'elevator.- in Lclh- bridge. i 11 is salisfacton-, however, lo, nole that the Minisler acknowledges, al any claims of this cily wheiv He says ddnlils tlie SOT-S-Store.- Iftli Ate -Xe-.vs t'o: pinehtr Station Head. St. Co. Knot den. Xetfs Co. the volume of business nor the population of the Icily will warrant. "Frankly, the Herald confesses to being op We lake tliis stand for two reasons. First, busi- ness conditions m no city in Canada during the past year have been such'that a general ten per cent, increase on all realty assessments is war- ranted, especially when it is :i fact that lite 1913 assessment was within tea per cent, of Ihe-mnxi- inum which could be imposed within reason. And we do not believe any other city in Canada, under similar conditions, will add lep per cenl. in 19H. Second: Ihere-is a large element of danger in the proposal. II is well known that Ihe.assess- ment; as it stands at present, allows llie.; city-a borrowing power which would swamp us if it were exercised, as it inighl be.under pur charter, Add'ten per cent, to and jhe bor- rowing power would border on Ihe ficlilioiis. may be ai-gtied thai the borrowing .power lS fine country of the Lcllibridfic .district; its la.rge i has'nolhing to do with the question, thai grain-raising the results; lllc qrc wisc and stand, for uo further heavy whicb-have been gained up lo the.present ti'me, i borrowings even if .there remain' mil-; an'fl'lhc possibilities of a much larger future .ex- ]jon On our borrowing powers. To IT is East'ei1 now with'the Scotland Woolen Mills ESSS, Unless we- are very much mistaken, you'll want a suiit or top coat from our new Spring woolens. They're herein aUthmrrglofy.-jusfas they came to us: "Direct from the-Mls." pausion.' Mr. Foster further slaled lliat He was guided by Ihe advice of llie Grain Commission in .the selection of elevator sites. It may be accepted that the opinion be holds of the Lclhbndge.dis- lion surplus on our iiorrowitig powers our answer is simply this: if'our charter gives j us the power lo borrow up lo a certain percentage j of (inr assessment, and the exercise of lhal power would create a burden too heavy lo j is something wrong somewhere. Either the per- i .1 t- Hist tnc opiniuu iiu nun ui mv- u ------cj v, i trict was led to by Ihe report' of the .commission, centage of power is loo high, an winch in addition .to information .from other sources. case it cannot be remedied loo-quickly; or the Although the elevalor'site's have been iinally settled, so'far as this year is concerned, we may assessment is too high. of which is loo dangerous a foundation: It may j for I.ethbridgc to build its future upon. take it that Lelldmdge has advanced a step in lias uccn Ljuamm -r-- be well lo bear in mind the the Min- j too wont to look onlyon cr, c laKistiffienl of a central Onlario com finances in the past without looking-deeper into ister of Trade and Commerce when question becomes a live one next year. TharLelhbridgc is a logical centre for an in- ternal elevator ought by now, in the arguments j mission to deal" with liquor ".licences; Die real heart of the pniblem to learn where we! Ulus Ule .maUer 0( really stood before lakinR action! Had we lowed the latter course, w-c are inclined lo lliink would have been no need lo .write 404-5th St. South Leth-i v i e NOT VERY WELL LONDON PAPERS CASTS .REFLECTIONS ,.LI ERALS' W. J Ilaiina, and passed through ific Lezistature oefore U closes its prfr Eenl session. Ixmdon, March reviewing Sir Charles TuppefB reminiscences, ol 'Sixty the arc apparently con-i TronteJ "ivith the difficulty that Hie! Gas Kanges CLEAN AND ALWAYS CONVENIENT Now Is 'llic time lo liiy. CM ice Ihe bosl ll'anfJ In _ The Natural Gaslight Appliance C. A. CLARKE, Mgr. Phont.61B. South. Another drastic change which hias made by the provincial secretary would, in al, eom- onsider Ihis lUftHor V1I'J ould al Ibis period have been I missioners lo certain promise v s'pariicular based on a vcncti wruim saiisfy holders of both opinions. At any rale the; _.__ 1 Wepresume.we jjug our present [principle involved is serious enough to warrant a; disappointment but-il is-jlifficuH to treat hasty action. equanimity j___------------ for projects which are nol of ihe same nc'cessi- lous'nature as an inlctnaVclcvatrif at Lcthbridgc. OUH POINT OF VIEW it be meters or not? THE ASSESSMENT-PROBLEM. THERE seems lo be a division of opinion over the proposal of Ihe commissioners lo in- crease Ihe assessment by ten per cenl. this year over the figures established by the 1913 assess- ment. There are some, among them, we under- stand, n number of business men who waited on the commissioners to advocate this course will) {be idea ofiusliing- millaga if sible, or af'any rale mil any' higher, lhan'tbat of last yeiir. On the otlier-haiul, there are olhcrs who maintain thai until the assessment is all re- moved from it is nol right that the real estate should he assessed lo .ils .full value. The parlies on both sides of .the have n'inodicuni of right with them RndMhe (pies lion is'one thai will require careful cohsidcralioi by llic'jcdinniissioncrs, for on the one, band there is" the laudable desire (o fix.a rate which will no appear excessive, while on Ihe oilier iberc is th a' which Vvi when you use whenever there is i most universally popular home would have really like lo have shipped i rernecly peasant to say regarding the with the exception ot tli" Daily News, which declares, rettisMy, that speaking, every great Ihlng done lor Canada for nearly fifty years was doiic directly ly' Sir diaries Tup- per. The Conservative party hns keen invariahiy wise and pAlrotlc, You make no nsky.experitnenf the paili-, ol couree, was Woild'sRpedj those 1500 pound fat cattle to. Toronto, bul found needed llicm here. Pills, which have stood the test of time with'absolute suc- cess and theirwdrld-widef atria "King" Carson's speech iii the House ycslcr- tliiy reveals Ihs fad Ilia! ho j? in spite of his Irish characlerisiic of a good temper. A year sjin it was several degrees below zero, j So'don't mind a lillle wind. j rests securely on proved merit. a .vahiatipn on properly wluch neitlic _ U P3LIS i relieve the numerous ailments The Mexican crisis seems lo be ready ip lake C3U3ed by actjon of uy be stage. Let us hope it is Ihe of the the stomach, liver, kidneys cii.t. and bowels. Cleansing? the Byatcm, they purify tho blood and tone body, brain and .......i.........." i norvea. Eeecham'a Pills act visabilily of an tncryetic policy for bmldinj; quickly; they arc always gafe and reliable, and you may depend upon It -they In impressing1 on the commissioners (lie ai the rural dislricfs, Commissioner Tracy has struck llie keynote of dcvclnpincnl in Southern, Alberta for tlic next five years al least. I.ct'us gel our immense1 rural territory developed, even! lo'one-lialf of ils possibility, and.no one need worry iiboul the growth of the cily, WiUBwififiJtYou CHARLS8 E. JENNE.Y Who hM hcen appointed genera manager of the passenger dcparlmcn it Vantbiivef P KING GBQRGB TOBACCO IS OLA88 BY IT9ELFI ll sutpasscs all others in qualify and flavour pecausc trie it is made differs from is dell- ciously sweet and non-irritating. SOLD EVERYWHERE! )OC A Pl.Ua- ROCK CITY TOBACCO Manufacturers, QUEBEC ;