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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta S.VITHDAY, MA11CI1 21, Till'. DAILY IIKUALU PAGE THIRTEEN DISABLED SOLDIERS The French System of Vocational Training lor Trade. (From Hit) Lonilon Times) The treatment ond caro of Hie (Us- riblcd soldier Is carried a Klngc fur- ther Hie. publlcallon ol thu ronorl "Upon Die Treatment ami Training of lilr-ablcd SolJIcra In by Sit Henry Norman, Liaison olilccr of tho ministry of munitions lo Ihe French, ministry ol Inventions. On September 21 lust Mr. Lloyd (It'orKu wrolo to Sir Henry Norman nsklni; for detailed Information on I his subject, ninl expressing a wlrsh "lo know how far yon consider French organliallon can ho ndaptcil lo our icaiiircinenls. having retard lo llio dirferentcj which exist In Ihe military r-viangc-melils In bolh counlrlea." It nlso rcrtucsleil Hint the weak as well us llio BlronK points ol llio French tyslem mlehl he nolcil. In view of '.ho urgency of tbc nmtlcr tho in-own! report win hurried tor ward, nml Is thus lo bo regarded ar provisional. KcverlhclesH, a careful Kiin-ey of system Is given. t5lr Henry Norinnn Is of opinion that, ppcaklns generally, HID slrc-nglli of Iho French effort lies'111 the profound [nlcrcsl nianlfcslccl by all Frenchmen In tho disabled soldier, and by the generosity anil solicitude which this liilcresl has aroused and Insi.lrnd. On the other haud Ihe (act that "it has rot yet been loir 1 lo give llio sulijec; rjc-i-jlto olliclal ccnlrallzcf, IE under tin! control of Kivjral tcm n weakness, Without following Hie report loo Itachcd lo llio Grand I'alals. the Jcolif Jolfre, and llio Ecpl do Tour- nt Lyons, the agricultural BChoola al OndCJ, and Ihe Iralnlui: ind Irealmcnt centres at Juvlsy. In hcsc schools attcmpls arc madn lo 'It men for ony trnilea lltoy mw which aro suited lo Ihrslr jbllltlos. ail liccount of lln work lor blinded Botdlcra in France given, ond an account of Ihc uo- "work In prolhcbls" of 1'ro- fess'jr Amar. This laltcr work con- cerns llio provision of artificial an paralus lo replace lost limbs. Tltc Amar system of protlnsls comprises In every case: 1, Tbo Investigation of physlca fullguo anil menial aptitude. That us Eclurjllflc dclcrinlnation of cxactl} that Is phyalcallj- led to llio inai nB Iho result ot wound and nm pntatlon, and wlial his mcnUil co- efficient la, 2. Education of Ihc arapulolcd nlan'3 In sensitiveness. 3 Kducatlon of tbe comideto limb conslsllnB now ol both Bliiain and iimvmi limb. I'lriaUy croployniPiU liro.'Hfii] to acL as labor exchanges. E. ROADS ASK TO INCREASE RATES. Washington, March Sev- eral of tbo country's largo railroads (Hod n riClillon wllll Hie I. C. C. lain loday asking that ibcy be permltled to Increase tliclv rates generally, eept on roal. coke and ore nnrl tlml llio new tariffs bo permitted to be- come effective in 30 days Instead of being suspended for Investigation. Only prosldcnls ot eastern roads sinned today's petition, hut similar w-ll he taken tomorrow by more linn a score of western lines. "Nothing IB more essential to the welfare of (be nation." oalil Iho slalc- mcnl. "than that tbe railroads should be in n position to respond to Iho LIST OF LANDS ------------------IN------------------ The Brickend School District, No. 2394, of the Province of Albert? i-r-t 1 1 1 1 fl 1 1 A I j IXIM i-' H L J A 1 V J to be sold for Taxes as authorized by the School Assessment Ordinance. The JlrUlEh frovornnicnt liaa ratified Tor the constriiclloji of 100 sLanilard inrrtniLlllo fillip.! In throo Hly.OH of S.UOO, unJ IOLJS res perl, ivcly. nf li fullest demands made upon closely Into Iho details of admlnls- luljvot tratloii It may be said that at first tho Iho General coinmcrco of l-Tench disabled soldier Ireiited country or In connecllon wllh Hie under ivhal corresponds lo onr poor subject of national defence." law system. In April. 1315. an inter- iiiiiiislL-rl.'il commission was formed.. Nearly one-third of demands ami later a Eclu-mc devised for the ,norc thin 500 music schools arc m i-reallon of a central milliorlty, Iho "National Office for Mutilated nail' UlsdinrKcil Soldiers. The prosramrau lit: the national office falls under three heads, nn ailmlnistratlvc com- mltlce, a conimisalon of reeducation, and u council for tho study of im lirovemenls. The office will ketp a of every soldier who has suf- (crod diiiibiution of workln" or GIASGOWT, POHTLAND.ME. ST. TO G1A5GOW Amazing Power of Bon-Opto To Make Weak Eyes Strong fcrod diminution of workln" or _ w ft lessional capncity, anil malnlaln a OflVS 'C list ol work and employment avail-, Eyesight 50_per cent m One Week's Time in Many Instances nlile lo disabled soldiers. It will Mills net as Ibe soldiers' friend, helper, und adviser Iroin the otllsiil. The programme- has not yet been realiz- ed. Two Classes of Disabled Disabled soldiers fall Inlo two clnsscs, Ihc hopelessly unfit, find those, who by re-education may bo restoreil In social ami professional efficiency in varylni; degrees. Wllll Ihe first of lliesc classes the nallon- n'l office is not concerned, as they nrc the dependent ol Iho stale, belli- ess. and lo anything. A Free Prelcriplirm You Con Have Filled and Uie Home Victims ot eje strain auj ulhrr eye wc'ikuesscs and those who wcur plnsse-i, will bo Bl.id to knorr tlnit areordinz lo Dr. Uwia thorc is real hope and hidii lor Ihcm. Muuy whose eyes ivcrc falling Bay thcr have lind Ihcir eyes restored this I remarkable picicriplion Bnd innny who oace wore glasses say lucy have llsrown them nwar. (lac man Bays alier------- 1 Could I can read cycry- c limp. IL ju.i: unui-m .u A lady who usid it says: "The nlnios- n to eminent fctihcil by th prcfctci y em. rave ujo ininv own practice oa lulicnLi eyes were slnlned oicnrcilj or pheri! liazy ui glosses, but aitCT USIDK Illis prescription for fifteen days everything Eccmg clear I can crcu fine print Another wlio used it says: "I bothered ivilh eye slr.iin caused br iirornorkMl, lircd vrbich indncrx fierce licmhicbrs. I have vorn glasses stveral years, Iwth for distance aad work and without 1 could not read rn own name on an envelope or the type writiug on the machine, before run do bolh now flnrt have diicardwl in It-rig distance glasses altogether. I ca count the Icavri ou llic Irec.-. ncrO53 lie hticct now, iiliich foe tcvoriil years bnvc looked like a dim green lilur me I canoot eiprcsa iny ct what has done for me." It is believed Ihnt thons.ir.d3 who wc.ir our b-uuu cun now discard them In a reason- Cvoss Drag task is lo re educate, llicni and find m nwiii_ Ba_, .........o vnrk for them. Two courses are Could not sec 1 allempt lo vetit the mr... for 'his accustomed isurrouniliuBs. friends and circumstances, or to at- tempt lo Iraln him lor a new typo of work, which must In many cases mean e, new type of life. The French govrrnmcnt has adopt- ed the first of these courses. Its lirinclple Is "not In uproot the dis- abled man cither from 'his previous locality or from his previous employment. Industries in Prance, are largely local siud it has beer Ihoufht 'eminently desirable lo kEc, ihc man Industrially localized. The office proposes that an or shall exist In every Indus trial district ot France for Ihe mu tilr.lcrt and disabled of that dialrlct where bolh technical re. education nnd subsequent fiudlns oi employ- mc incut will bo unaided for the men ,t who Joined Ihc nrmy from lucre. The pensions' cliincully plays n part In France as in Knglaml. In France, however, when a man is discharged ,N'o. 1 (I.e., willi severe and incur- able wounds or Infirmities suffered In nclion or in any commanded ser- ilce) hla pension, once awarded, is awarded for his life time, and can- rot be allered for any reason what- ever This is Important, because, many a man is apt to fear that if lie learns to work his pension will lie reduced. (Irent difficulty is ex- ptrienccd in keening men at the lask nr re eilnc.ition nttci- discharge. Sir Henry Norman says: "All Ihc, au- thorities I have consulted earnestly that professional rc-cilucalion could he made obligatory, bin. almost nil nrc asrecd that this is (lit-, Ilciilt, U not impossible. In France. Another point is Unit men arc apt to wish lo lake up urban employ- ment and leave Ihc laud. The French iicassnl has noticed lhat the trendies urn ililclly manned by agriculturists and wishes to cnsuro against this happcuinu. lo him again. In onlcl In encourage men lo rclurn In llicj land Irealmcnt and (raining arc car- ricii out as far aa possible lot-ally In Ihe man's own home area. -Vs regards treatment before dis- charge the state supplies all arlificlal limbs and keeps Ihcm in order, and nn amputated man can receive bis discharge from Ihc army llll he has been trcalcd p.nd definitely cuulpped with n sullablo appliance. French opinion Is staled lo he divided on Ibc value of artificial limbs of the more complicated type. Treatment tnnsists of physiotherapy and ortho vae'dlc lhat Is. cleclrlclty, balbing and otlitr mca- Eiircj dlrecled to Ibe restoralloa of function The chief centre Is at the Grand Palais, I'arU, of wliich Dr. t'omua Is chief medical officer. Ai uccouut of this Institute has alread) nppesrei! In Ibe Times. The results of Irealmcnt arc enwuraElng cipltnl sum represented by tic difference between the pensions lhal would have been payable by the stale lo those men If ihpy had not been treated end the pensions payable lo Item after irealnwnl Is slotcd nt, i ay from one months v ork." Training Institutions From these Ircaluienl centres nlf.n discharged, or about to be discharged ro lo the schools (it ro-cduc.-ilion Wr Henry Norman givcj an acctiunl of sovrral of tlic.-c, Inslltuti! Saint Maork-e. the scoool time nml mlillituili-.i more will i blc to strengthen tli'-ir pared tin: trouble :nid (-iiiensc l-'yo Iroufile f eve: man '1. 17-322, W-l 5 II.4S S.W. Wj 230.44 Lot 17. Illock I. Hii'lKind -JG'ir. Lnt IS, Illock 1. 20fi." Lois 1MO, lllork I, Iliirlcoinl "I'M A.L. l.ot 27, lilock fj. McCullolIKh SMO 1IC-I4 Loin 23.2C, MiCniloiicli r.CHO A.L. 7.08 Lots 3-1, Dlock rlridceml 2'iOS 11.4E Lot 9, liluck I. 'M2 A.H.......... M.OO Lot Illock I. Wlaan CSI2 A.K........ I.olE Block 1, Wllfaii A.K..... 12.28 i Lot 11, Illock 1. OS12 Lot 12, Illofk 1. V.'iK.m CS12 A.K......... I'.S'J l.ot lllock 2. V.'li-'an CS12 A.K......... 'Lots lllolk '1, Wiciiu OS12 A.ll. 1R.T) i j Lots 1-2. nlock S, Wipiau CS12 A.K........ 1 Lot 10, Illock 4. GS12 Lul S Hlock M.Cullouph GS12 A.K ___ 10.43 Ixits Illock MiCllllouBll CS12 A.M. 1.70 l.ols 33-34, Illuclc MiCulloiiBh CS12 A.K. 5.51 Lot :i. Illock 1. 355 A.I. I Lots 4-r, Illnck 1. Hamburg :lia A.I....... 9, Illnck 1, llamljlirn 3ri5 A.I......... Lot 1. lllor-k 2, IlnmliurK 355 A.I......... Lois 2-3, nlock 2, Hamburg A.L Lots 12-lil Illock 2. IhimburK 3S5 A.I...... Lois lilock 2. IL-unlurg 355 A.I. Lois 1-2. Illock 3, llarnlmrB A.I....... .Lois :M. Illock 3. llamljure A.I....... [l.ol 5, lilock 3, Hamburg i50 A.I......... 01.IS l.ol 10 nlock 1. Hamburg 333 A I........ Lois 1S-W, Illo.-k 1, HnmhilrK 3ai A.I..... 13.7.1 Lot 20, Illock 1. llamburji A.I........ 3.SP Lots 27-28, Iltovk 2, Haniburs 35r, A.I. 12.53 l.ot 7, Illock I, Hamburg 355 A.I......... O.'JI Lot S, Block '4, 355 A.I......... 1.7B Lot 9. Illock 4, Hamburg 355 A.I...........SI Lot 15. lilock 4, Hamburg 355 A.I......... 4.03 Lots 21-22. Hiock 4. Hamburg 355 A.I. 5.3C l.ot 23. lllofk 4, Hamburg 355 A.I........ Lot 30, nlock 4. Hamburg 355 A.I........ 13.00 Lots 13-14, Illock li. Coallinrst 7420 A.L. 7.31 Lola 3-4, IJlnck S. Coalhurst 7420 A.L..... 7.00 l.ols 31-32, Illock 13. Coalhui-sl 7-S2I) A.L. 4.W Lot 23. Illock 1. Hamburg .155 A.I........ Lois 24-25. Illock I. Hamburg 355 A.L. Lois Illock I, Hamburg 355 A.I..... Lots 2S 2D, rilock 1, Hamburg 353 A.I..... Lots Iltoci; 2. Hamburg 353 A.I...... .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 r.j u iniuuiL-i m ni.iii., escriplions may bo wutiderfully bcattliit r tbc use of ibia iircbcriplion at hnme lo to finr active drJ2 store rind get i twltle nf'HiuiOnto tab'.ets- Drop ra 'jn Lois 15-1C. Block 2-1. McCullough 5CSO A.L 'V> 'r, Lots MO, Illock 24, McCulloush 5630 A.L ,5 Lots 3-4. Block 29. McCullough 5650 A.I. Lots S-9, Block 2S, McCulloush 5630 A.I. i Lot 10, mock 29. Mccmiough 5590 A.I. .11 .11 .22 .11 41. so 10.11 10.11 4.2i 5.14 II.fill 13.51 15.17 1.1.53 47.27 S 01 10.11 13.51 0.73 10.11 13.51 7.57 2S.37 13.al l.tiS 53.00 II.-10 .50 .50 .50 .50 .25 1.25 .50 .SO .50 .50 .r.i'i .50 .50 .44 .22 .22 .11 .22 .14 .22 .22 1.71; 1.51 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 I.UIS o Lll IJLUiJK I, l.OdlllUr.-lL Lois (o 34. Illock 7. Coalhursi 7120 A.L. Lois r, lo ID. Illock S, Coalhnrst 7420 A.L. Lnls 21-22, Block S. Coalliursc 7420 A.L. Lois 27 lo 31. nlock 5. Coalhursl 7120 A.L. Lots 1 to 17. Illock 9, Coallmrst 7420 A.L. l.ols IS lo 34. Illock 3. Cojlbiirst 7420.A.L. Lots 1 lo 17, mock 10. Coalhursl Lois IS lo 31, Ulock 10. Coalliursl 7420 A.L. Lots I lo 17. Illock 11. Coallllirst 7420 A.L. Lots IS lo 31. Block 11. Coilhurst 7120 A.L. Lots 1-2, lltock 12. Coalhurst 7420 A.L. Lois :i In 2.i. Hlock 12. Coalliursl 7120 A.L. Lois 24 to 35, Illock 12, Cualhursi A.L. Lots 3 lo H. mock 13. Coalhurst 7420 A.L. Lots 13 lo M. Illock 13, Coslhnr.it A.L. i Lots 1 (o 14. Hlock IS. Coalhurel 7420 A.L. J Lots 15 lo 35, Block IS. Coalhurst 7420 A.L. Lots Illock 19. Coallmrst 7420 A. L. Lots 3 to Illock 19, Cnalriiirst 7420 A.L. Lois 21 to 35. Illock Coalhnrst 7420 Lois 1 In 17. Illock 20. Coallmrst A.L. Lois IS In SI. lilock 20. Coalhnrst 7420 A.L. Lola I to 17. Illock 21. Coalhurst 7420 A.L. Lots IS lo 34. Illock 21, Coalhurst 7420 A.L. Lois 1 to 23. Block 22. Coalhnrst 7420 A.L. Lots 21 to 35. mock 22. Coalhnrst 7420 A.L. Luis I to 14. mock 23. Coalhurat 7420 A.L. l.ols 15 lo 33, Block 21, Coalhurst 7420 Lots 1 lo 14, Illock !S, Coallmrst 7120 A.L. Lois 15 to 31. Block 2S. Coalhursl 7420 A.L. Lois 1-2. Illock 29. Coalhnrsl 7120 A L. l.ols 3 lo 22. Illock 23. Conlhnrst 7420 A.L. Lois 23 In 31. lllnc'r: 29, Coalhnrst 7120 A.L. Lots 1 lo 17. Illock 30. Coallmrst 7120 A.L. Lois IS lo S4. Illock 30, Coalhurst "420 A.L. Low 1 lo 17. Illock 31. Coalhnrst 7120 A.L. Lois IS to SI, Illock ;il. Coalhur.-l 7420 A.L. Lois 1 lo 22. IllocV 32. Coalhtlr.il 7420 A.L. Lots 2'} lo 31. Illock 32. Coalliurst 7120 A.L. Lots 1 In 11, Illock 33. Coalhursl 7420 A.L. l.ols 15 lo SI. IMocl: 33, Coalhurst 7420 A.L. Lois 1 lo 11. Illock 3S. Coalhnrsl 7420 A.L. lots 15 to ?.I Illocli 3S. Coalhurst 7420 A.L. Lois 1-2. Hlock 39. Coalhursl 7420 A.L. Lots tr> 22. Illock 39, Coallmrst 7420 A.L. I ols ''3 to 34, Illock .19, Coalhursl 7420 A.L. I ols 1 to 17. Block 40. Coalhur.il 74JO A.L. Lots IS to 31, Block 40, Coalhursl 7420 A.L. 11 52-9-22 1500.11 .11 2.20 2.20 .22- 2.20 1.32 l.fij .SS 1.S7 1.S7 1.S7 1.S7 1.S7 .22 2.31 .50 .50 .50 .00 .50 1. 00 G.OO 3.00 .50 5.00 3.00 3.75 .50 2.00 4.25 1.25 '-1.25 4.23 1.99 .S4 10.11 9.OS 7.03 7.03 1S.S2 12.20 7.04 l.GS l.CS 7.04 l.CS l.CS l.GS 3.25 7.0t 7.04 1.01 l.CS 7.04 l.HS 4.40 7.04 1.94 7.06 7.04 10.11 .22 .22 .22 .25 .50 .50 .25 .50 5rt .50 1.00 .f.O ,50 4.00 3.50 .25 .25 .25 .50 .50 50 .50 .25 .2S .25 1.00 ,50 .50 2.50 1.00 .50 -.50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 2.00 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .60 .25 7.19 8.79 41.7< 4.941 lo.sl lO.t'.l 4.911 6.6J 7.7ll 4S.7J 8.31 10.Si u.ei 7.ql 10.81 I4.Z1 S.2i 29.6l H-21 2.4'l 103.al 11.71 10. el T.ll 23. 13. el 2'.4l 7.7 2.31 1.51 2.31 2-.31 1.32 1.S7 I.S7 1.S7 I.S7 2.53 1.32 1.51 1.21 1.54 1.S7 1.S7 1.S7 1.S7 1.32 1.51 2.2n 2.20 1.32 1.S7 1.S7 .11 3.00 3. (Ill .50 4 2f. 4.2f, 1.25 4.23 5.75 3.00 S.50 3.50 5. 00 .50 5.0U 3.01 4.25 4-1-5 4 .25 5.7.1 3.00 3.50 5.09 3.5fl .50 6.00 3.00 -1.25 Lois 1 lo nlock 1. McCullmifih SSSf) A.I. I ols ECM. Dlock 7. MrCnllongli 5090 A.I. Lois 31-32, "lock 3. McCuitiingh 5fiiO A.I. Lota 1-2, Block McCullough 5WO A.I. I ols 10-H. W-ck 2. McCulloiiEh 56JO A.I. I ols 15-16 Tl'mok 2, MCCllllough 5050 A.I. Lo'9 1-" "lock McCnllouKh 5630 A.I. Lola 7 lo 10. Illnck 3. McCulIoucIl S6JO A.I. I ols "0 lo M. Ulock JlcCullough RMd A.I. Lot's iiiock in. join A.I. ots 11 lo 16. Dlock 20. McCulloueh 5630 A.I. II-'S. Block J. McClllloujli A.I. 18-11. block'S. McCil'iiouRh i690 7.39 10.11 4.49 4.22 7.29 33.07 13.41 l.SS Lots 1-2. Dlock 34. McCullouBh 5630 A.I. Lots 7 S. Block 34. McCullouEh 5690 A.I. Lots 2.1-24. Ulock 4, McCulloush 5693 A.I. Lots 3 (n S, Block 2. McCullDllgll 6690 A.L Lots 12 to 14. Block 2, McCullough 5650 A.I. Lots 3 to 6, Block 3, McCullouEh C690 A.I. Lois 15 lo 21, Illock 3, JlcCullough 6690 A.I. Lots 7-S. Block 4, McCulloush 5630 A.I. Lots 11-12, Hock 4, McCnllough 6G50 A.I. Lot 10, Ilock 5, McCulloilgh 5690 A.I. Lots 2 lo 24. Block 6, McCullough 5690 A.I, Lots 31-32. lilock 7. McCullongh 5G90 A.L Lois 3 lo 15, Block 9. McCnllough 5G90 A.I. I.nls 19 to 30. Ulock 0, McCnllugh 5630 A.I. Lots 2 lo 10. Illock 10. McCullough 5690 A.I. Lots 15-lli. Ulock 10. McUullough 5690A.I. Lois 17 to 26, Block 10. McCullough 5690 A.L Lots 1 to 13, Block 12, McCnllough 5690 A.I. Lois 3 (o 17. mod; 13, McCullough 5630 A.I. Lots 2110 39, Illock 13, McCullough E690 A.I. Lois 1 to IS, Block McCilllougli 5090 A.I. Lois 21 to 40, Hlock 14. McCullough 56S3 A.I. Luis 3 lo 14. Ulock 15, McCullough 5690 A.I. Lots 16 to 20. Illock 15. McCnllouBh 5G30 A.L Lots 22 to 3S. Block 15, McCullough 5690 A.L Lois 14lo IS, lilock 16, McCullough 5630 A.I. I Lnls '1 lo 3S, Block 1G, McCulloush 5C90 A.I. I Lots 7 lo 10, Block 17, McCullough 5030 A.L I Lots 27 to 40. Block IS. McCulloilgh 5090 A.I. Lot Block IS. .McCullough 5630 A.I. Lots 1 lo 10. Illock 19, McCulloiiEh 5690 A.I. i Lois 2S to 3S. Block 19, McCullough 5650 A.I. 1 Lots 17 to 20. Block 21, McCnllough 5690 A.I. I Lois 21-22, Illock 21, McCullough 5630 A.I. I l.ols 25-26. Illock 21. McCullollKb nE90 A.L n.n n 14 Block 22. McCnllough 5650 A.L xils 25 to 32. Block 2-2. McCullough 5630 A.I. Lot 35, Block 5650 A.I. Lois 4 lo 12. Illock 23. McCulloiiEh 5B90 A.I. Lots 25 to 3S, lllk. 23, McCullough 5690 A. Lots 1 lo 6. Illnck 24. McCllllough 56901 A.I. Lois 11 !n SS, nik. 24. McCulloiiEh 5690" A.I. Lots 1 lo SS, Block 25. McCuliough 5530 A.I. I ols 1 lo 23, Illock 26, McCnllough 5690 A.I. Lois 1 lo :I6, Illnck 27. McCnllough 5690 A.L lots 1 lo 30. llloc-k 2S. McCulloush 5690 A.L lols C-7. Block 29, McCullough 5690 A.L 1 ols II lo 30. Ulk. McCullough 56W A.I. lo IS. Block 30, McCullouEh 5690 A.I. Lota 21 lo 2G, lilk. 30, McCulloufh 5600 A.I. I.U13 23 lo 36. lllk. 30, McCulloiiEh 5690 A.I. Lois 11 to IS, Blk. 31, McCllllough 5690 A.I. I ols n lo 25 Blk. 31, McCullough 5690 A.L I ota 2S to 3rt. Blk. 31. McCulIoilKh 5690 A.I. 11 lo 25. lllk. 32, McCullough 5630 A.L Lois 29 to 3G. Blk. 32, McCullouEh 5600 A.L Lots 3-4, Block 33, McCulloush S690 A.I. i LOI5 9 to IS. Illock 33. McCnUoiieli 5630 A.I. Lois 25 to 3t Dlk. 33, McCulloiiEh 5630 A.I. Lois 3 lo 2S. IJlock 24, McCnllough 5690 A.L Lois 31 to 36, lllk. 34, McCullourh 5C90 A.I- 412.21 Lots Illock 4. Tarlor 3563 A.I........ I Lots 17-1S. Block 4. Taylor 3563 A.I...... [Lots 21-52, Block 4, Taylor 35C3 A.I...... r, oci Lois 31 lo 34, Taylor 3563 A.I............ 1 to S. alocfc 5, Taylor 3563 A.I, Lois 30 to 3S, Ulock 5, Taylor 35S3 A.I. 23.d .22 '.66 .33 .44 .77 .22 .11 .55 .22 1.43 1.32 .33 .22 1.10 1.43 1.65 2.09 1.9S 2.20 1.32 .55 1.87 .55 I.9S .44 1.51 .11 1.10 1.21 .11 .M .SS .11 .99 1.54 .65 3.OS 4.IS 2.53 3.36 3.96 22 2'.S6 1.10 .66 .SS .SS .55 .99 I.S5 .SS 1.10 .SS 2.20 .50' .50 .50 1.50 .75 1.00 1.75 .50 .50 .25 1.25 .50 3.25 3.00 2.25 .50 2.60 3.25 3.75 4.75 4.50 5.00 3.00 1.25 1.25 1.2n 1.60 1.00 3.SO .25 2.50 2.75 1.00 .50 .50 1.50 2.00 .25 2.25 3.50 1.50 7.00 9.50 5.75 9.00 9.00 .50 6.50 2.50 1.50 2.00 2.00 1.25 2.25 3.75 2.0d .50 2.50 2.00 S.OO 1.50 .50 .50 .GO 1.00 1.00 .75 933. .44 .22 ,n .50 1.01) .75 .SO .50 S.ll 10.53 5.21 4.91 S.01 11.13 Z.40 .44 .44 .3! hereby gitcn thai unless the arrears of tax and cosU and costs arc iiayable. D.ilo of tirsl insertion in March .4m. A. C. rftW rtOi Treuurtrt ;