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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN fHR LI-TlIBniDOE DAILY HERALD SATIIUMY. MAIU'.II 'M, IMS French Have Halted The Hun Drive At Some Points �> won'T LET THEM : ORGANIZE *I;EASTER CANTATAS. IN AUTO LICENSESi Washington. .Mev. "tr Freud" Serve forces ha"e stepped the jfian atK;>!i;.-i "'.'!"� previous %li;pa*theit .1.- r-r.r: Violent. Desperate Re-j .'stance Paris. Mar.-;. "0  Fr. r.."h  roup* port'.,! !-y r.'soru's i--: per,>.'.- -.-�sistaneo : pe'.\ '.'!'.:' of ' era n:y. the W:t . Of:.-. � bc/ar.."- Tides of Cm-'' : Mr !t P- - - . Vmy '. ;> a :r:c. - ?d. an.! .10 w. for. i'iI to .'.ban j iio'1 tho effort after a iajiii struggle. | ituriui: with, h Oi-rma'.^ won' taken, ;:-:~i':nr in hand to hand fichtint;. The j !'"0 Has tii' '�'.1 Fnt limit. Mian.. Mar. SO.- Sheriff Livingston of lUoe County, has sworn In l.">0 dopu-ties to assist In enforcing hi* order forbidding meetings ami organisation work by tho Non-I'iii' League In that county. Uuuiors have been civeuhit-cil that when the roads are in condition the league organizers in automobiles plan to invade the county.. The sheriff states he will arrest every league organiser attempting to secure memberships. s' *! 30 co: I'ev a brie: ::� tna y set tt.ttn? have '".;�> and ove; "etiewca. ro-h  thai: �s'e: day .::' ' �not;'.- litediy will troater fer- !. > a nt-.'ssaite ~- :t: by ;;:! j to the v:ie-pre-roichstag. "We h a v e ; :� t a v o;1 s; y ',' deeds -.e !as: few with the tU--�\fr being :'0.!':'-l as eora-pared with !> Ti 7 for I'-lit. the revenue rectived beni,; Ji'i'.'.TSU !H> against vl'a.JU'.-;'. 'Yhj record, for the twelve years beginning 1!H'.'> is astouishiiiK and d.era-oiistrat-.'s the growii'g wealth of the agricultur.-.l community of the province, the great increase in the number of automobiles m use being in the main attributable 10 the enhanced purchasing- ability of the farmers of Alberta. In H'uO the number of permit-: issued was 41, and the revenue' Si;:". _ The follow in? are the figures for; ' the next succeeding eleven years: j The seventh annual banquet of tjje 1007-5."., Slti'o; l!'0S-4r.. S13T.50: IPOU- "Big Brothers of Knox Church last *4!>!>.;.0; l!>lti-4-.*::. ,! nljrtit in the church u'.nlor the H'ader->;�hlp of Claude itutthes. Tho cliortni ' (alien. The ctiofr. litis nmdn thin > j oratorio au annual affair for Ootid Friday evening and their fine rendlt-> ' Ion Of the beautiful cantata deserves $ far heartier support than was nppnr-* C> * 4 ' 0111 f'"om t'|c small crowd present last - j evening. The choir and their leader. I Mr. Hughes, are to be eOiiRrattilatetl j for their capable handling of the I oratorio. I At Knox Under the leadership of Ernest Lay-ton. Knox church sang Illinois' Seven Last Words of Christ, last nlKht before a large crowd. Solos were sunt; by Mrs. l.ayton. Miss Sinim, Mr. Fleming and Mr. Young, in their usual pleasing style. The heavy baritone solo, by-Mr. Fleming was splendidly rendered, there being great scope 'bis solo for Mr. Fleming's voice. The ether solos were exceptionally well done, and the choruses displayed careful training and untiring practice. THESE REDUCED PRICES ON NOLEUM FORJV VERY SHORT TIME We are very heavily stocked and have decided to offer these special prices for a short time. Printed Lboleum, per yard.............87V2C New Process Linoleum, per yard...........75c Inlaid Linoleum, per yard............Sl.GZ1/^ and.............................$1.75 Floor Oilcloth, per yard................%2l/2C ALL THE NEW PATTERNS ARE SHOWN. WE INVITE YOU TO CALL. C. G. Olander 524 THIRTEENTH STREET NOfcTH 3775. 1!U4-472S. *'J0.604.75; l!U.-.-5S32. $$6,102.25: l!UG-'o707. $12;V 212.25; 1017-20624. $269,786.90. Other Sources Revenue I During the year 1017 the depart-! nient obtained SS02.16t.;lS from the tie*. The Big Brothers and their guests turned out in large numbers and did ample justice to the good things beneath which the tables fairly groaned. Jack Woods made a very efficient following sources of re' fees auctioneers .$G52> JS1S1: Peddlers. $1500: Theatre tax licenses. $10,620.40: Motor vehicles act. ?260.7S6.00: registration and incorporation fees. $29,910.41. Taxes corporation tax act. $209,427; railway tax, SI 10.000; theatre goers tax act. S77.-043.64; miscellaneous. $69,273.25. During the year 236 certificates of incorporation were granted to com- nue: License! toastmaster and welcomed the guests Marriages, of the occasion in the course of his address, at the close of which the toast to the King was proposed. Kalp Wnddington proposed the toast to "Our Guests" which was splendidly rosponded to by Miss Jessie Bickell for the J.O.C. class, and Miss Ada Murray for the Big Sisters. The toast to "Our Boys in Khaki" was very ably proposed by Allan Rob Lift Off Corns' �Doesn't Hurt! Few drops atop soreneae, then corn or callus lifts off with fingers. Ladies' Misses' and Children's Spring and Summer Hats Just In R. B. MORDEN 13th Street North panics with an aggregate stock ofjertson who drew "attention to the S16.701.600. In addition there have ! splendid record of the Big Brothers been 17 .. supplementary certificates; in ' the present war. Owing to the issued increasing the capital stock of ."act that Capt. E. C. McKenzie was existing companies by the sum of $21.- out cf town there .was no response 170.000. ;o the toast. In 1916. 201 companies were ineor- The male quartette of the class porated. Certificates were issued to then rendered a very pleasing vocal The world owes thanks to the genius in Cincinnati who discovered freezone. Current Taxes Arrear Taxes ............... Dog Taxes. Licenses and Finos Tiny bottles of the magic ^Outstanding Cheilites ........ 20 foreign companies, with a total capitalization of $6.0S3.000. 'itctton which was well reeofved "Our Church" was the next toast! and was proposed by Herbert -Mc-. Clenaghan and responded to by Rev.j W. F. Burns who dwelt on the work j and necessity of the church in the  community. j Mr. J. B. Wilkie, former leader of'' the class, delivered a splendid address \ on its work in the past and in the future. He also spoke of the sacrifice ; made by cne of the class's ex-presidents, who had laid down his life for! his country. ! The toast to the absent members! the S9th Battalion, according to an '� was proposed, by George Kemru but! tlmsiast because it really doesn official statement given out at niili- because the absent members were still | or pain one particle. " absent this was not responded to in i Ladies'! Keep a tiny bottle on ' j dresser and never let a corn, or The last toast, but by no means th^lus ache twice.-Advertisement least, to the ladies, was. proposed by Calgary. March 30.-Lt.-Col. W. W. Naisniyth. late commanding officer of : fluid can now be had at any ^drug store for a few cents. You simply apply a few drops of freezone upon a tender, aching corn or ti hardened callus. Instantly the soreness disappears and shortly you will find the corn or callus so loose and shriveled that you lift it off with the fingers. Xot a bit of pain or soreness is felt when applying freezone or afterwards. It 'doesn't even irritate tho skin or flesh. tary headquarters this morning, has been appointed the officer command-; the usual way. ing the district unit. This is an entire- j ly new branch of the military service ' and will be entirely separate from that Lyle Gumming, and very eloquently For a few cents one can now get rid of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, as well as painful calluses on bottom of feet. Everyone who tries freezone becomes an eu-t hurt the cal- Auditor's Financial Statement and Annual Returns of the Village of Commerce for the Year 1917 RECEIPTS Balance from previous year.. $152.31 65 25.50 52.01) 13.50 DISBURSEMENTS i'ostage, Printing and Stationery ........................$ 13..S0' Salaries ..................... 1S5.U0 Health Department .......... 55.75 Miscellaneous ................ 11.44 Insurance Bank Balance Cash Balance Total ?7y5.3�  Total 15.IMI 49S.07 lfi.Ull v795.!)i; STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND ASSETS , Cash on hand and in Bank____.$514.97 j Balance Uncollected Taxes ........... 174.25 | les Fire Hall and Equipment .... 410.00 Miscellaneous: Duo from Coal-gate School District ....... 562.35 LIABILITIES LIABILITIES Assets over Liabilit- .$1601. Total ...................flfiRl.r.7 I STATEMENT OF TAX ROLL AT 31st DECEMBER, 1917. Amount of Arrears at Decern- I her 31st, .1916 ............$ 162.55 [ Penalty Added January 1 !>11 Penalty Added July 1917..... Discount on Current Taxes.. Current Assessment ......... Mill Kate: 7 Mills .......... Current Taxation ........... Total Kit: S.ll S.I: Amount Collected . .. Amount Uncollected 1 hereby of this Ktr; 25.25 1 Dated at 1700.00 | day 29S.90 ! 29S.99 27S. 15 174.25 ; of Februarv. ii . . .?166l. certify to the correctness teme'tt. Commerce this sixteenth litis.. II. BROWX. S r c r �� t a r v -T r e a s u r e r. I. T. I'OCOCK. Auditor. of the medical. The unit will handle all men coming from overseas whether they are on leave, to be discharged or for further treatment. responded to by Mrs. Chas. McKlHop who spoke on woman's work In the present war. ! Superintendents Fairlejgh and Hig-1 inbotham and Mr. It. P. Wallace \vere�| also called upon for a lew words. Mrs. Waddington and son, Geoff., supplied the music for the occasion. The Big Brothers wish to thank all the ladies of the church and any others for the assistance they so kindly rendered. ' t (Special to the Hpr.atd) Fernie, March 28.-The coroner's inquest to inquire into the cause of death of Albert Kaleta, who was killed by a fall of rock and coal in number one mine, south. Coal Creek on the 16th instant, and which was adjourned from the 19th, to yesterday, in order to allow of communicating with the Attorney-General at Victoria regarding the qualifications of two of the jurymen, miners, to sit on the case, was resumed last night in the j district court building, when a large crowd of miners and others were p. ent to hear the evidence in the case. Coroner Thomson's instructions ; from the Department at. Victoria, were I to the effect that if the two miners j had been appointed by Gladstone local union, they were debarred from sir-ting, but. that if they had been elected as members of a Pit Committee, in ; an open, or mass meeting, they were eligible as jurors. Secretary Martin, of Gladstone Local, proiuc-ed the minute book containing the minutes of the meeting at Which the two men had been selects/1 as members of the Pit Committee, and it was clear that the meeting had been an open mass meeting, and so. ,er Thomson allowd the t-syo men to remain on the jury and the case was disposed of, the jury bringing in a verdict of-accidental death, with a recommendation that the mine officials exercise more rigid care in such workings in future. F Pekin. March 23.- (By Assoclat-I ted Pressi-Japanese. French and Bri- ; tish field guns iipve been delivered to | G"n. Semeuoff, the nnti-Bolsheviki : leader whose troops have been opposing the Bolsheviki forces in Manchu- � ria. The Japanese general. N'aka- I jima. iia.s arrived /place not given.) A Clergyman's Wife Wants Women to Know Advantages of In ' ternal Bathing Msrfu. Texas. Me.rrh 30.-Ten Mexicans and Privatn Theodore Albert, an American cavalryman, were killed in a fight between United States cavalry and Mexican bandits near Pilares, Mexico, south cast of Valentine, today, according to official advices received here yesterday. Tho fight followed a pursuit after the Mexicans who raided the Neville ranch, killing Glen Nevilitf. NO ALIENS ALLOWED : Sarnia, Out.. Mar. HO.-Steamboat. ' companies along the lakes are being notified that, no alien enemies are to b� -allowed to ship aboard ony boats j plying the lakes this season. If found on any ship they aro to be st'Once j^rrested and imprisoned. If women could only see the thousands of letters Dr. Tyrell has received from grateful women in -all parts of the world, thanking him for his wonderful invention for Jnternan Bathing, they .would soon diccard the! medicine, bottle and look to the cause of their trouble. 95 per cent, of all human ills are due to accumulated waste in the Colon or Large Intestine. Warm water, properly used with the "J. B. L. Cascade," will relieve the cause of vour troubles and perfect health will follow. A Winnipeg clergyman writes: "My wife is naturally sensitive about having her name appear in public print, yet is anxious that others should know what the 'J. B. V. Cascade' has done for her. It has really given her a new lease of life. For yearB she had been doctoring for Constipation, which became worse each year. Since using the 'J. B. L. Cascade' first about 4 years ago, she has not been nick a day. and has become robust and strong again. Should any person wish this, letter confirmed, you are at liberty to give my name in private. The "J. B, L. Cascade" is an Invention perfected by Dr. Chas. ^.'Tyrrell, of New York, and has done more during the past few yeai-3 to restore health and lessen disease than all other means combined. The "J. B. L. Cascade" i8 shown and , explained at. the Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Letbbridge. Auk for bodWct explaining all about internal bathing;, and what k haB done for others. It fs|i tree.-Advertisement. i THE NELSON E-Z" GRAIN PICKLER 1. POSITION. showing.grain in pickle. Owens' Fanning Mills, New Superior Wild Oat Separator; also Owens' Smut Machines ALL GRAIN THOROUGHLY IMMERSED AND NO SOLUTION WASTED. Write us for government table and satisfy yourself that the principle of immersion is the only safe method of treating your seed, then place your order for an "E-Z" Pickler. OVER 1.000 SOLD IN ALBERTA ' IN 1917. PRICE $15 At Our Warehouse, Lethbridge Stands Extra 50c 6. SHOWINO grain..draining Low Down Press and High Wheel Drills, 10-20 Titan Tractors and Disc Harrows COME IN AND PLACElfOUR ORDER WITH US AT CNCE, DON'T DELAY OR YOU MAY BE DISAPPOINTED THIS IS THE YEAR IT WILL PAY YOU TO HELP PRODUCTION AND THEREBY HELP WIN THE WAR. �. SHOWING GRAIN BEING DUMPED L A. SHARMAN CO. PHONE 1173 RESIDENCE 1403 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA D7D 633318 ;