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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIPGl pAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL TUESDAY, MARCH SECOND SECTION LETHbUiOGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE NINE Assessment on Buildings Being Raised to Sixty Percent in 1920 From 50 to More Revenue This Year and Tax Rate Will Be Between 40 and 44 Mills. The city council, after being busy over the' estimates for some, time, have now arrived at the ttage In which they are waiting on the assessment to strike the mill rate. The city require! the mm of tc carry on this year. This li in Increase of over last year. Of this Increase the cum of Is incurred by the city proper. The balance of 000 IB occasioned by the schools, hospitals, discounts, etc. As the council see It at the present time the mill rate will be from about 40 mills to 44 not counting the supplementary tax rate. In the assessment which Is be- Ing prepared 'it Is proposed to raise the taxing value on'buildings from 50 per cent, to 60 per cent. give notice in writing to the district superintendent of tbe Soldier Settle- ment Board, Calory, hot later than 2 p.m. ou tho above dale. A purchaser may do Uls business by prosy, his rep- resentative being a returned soldier does not intend to buy property under this scheme. Applications will bo received only from qualified sot tiers bold ing class A, B, or C qualification cortiUcsles from the board, and soles will sub- ject to Hie limitations put upon sales by section 28 of. the Soldier SeClle- ment Act. Men lieglnning to Drift Back to Work in Spite of O. B. U. Agitators Third District Round Table Con Arc Banquetted To encourage the spirit of co-opcr and to talk over business Weals, nineteen or twenty branch managers of the Citizens' Lumber Company held conferences in Lethbritlge, commenc Sng Saturday aud finishing with a ban inlet at tho Alberta Grill Monilaj night. Tho conferences were purel; oE the round table typo nnd vrere no lor tho purpose of fixing prices. the third district conyon tion held by this company nnd prove'] success: U ia tho aim of tho cor ccrn to'-draw their branch manager together.; periodically for the purnoE of exchanging ideas. Several officia .of the main office were prosoutr'The w'ero Charles'; J, general man II. Sleinthorson, as sistaht'-.general manager, and Senn, St. Paul, secretary" 'Iho branch managers were under-11: Jurisdiction of fi. B. i :uthbrldge. Lethbridge Aircraft Asks For. Want One Day a Week Off Inspector Uisk has returned from a visit io the coal mines In Belletue Blairmore. Coleman and Hlllcrcst where the miners are'sllll out. Even thing, he stales, Is orderly and tho In dlcations are that tho miners will bi all returning within a week. some of them have started to go bac to work already. Thirteen returne lo the McGlllvray mine In'Colcnmn and twelve to the International mine thero. yesterday. A number of the miners who have been on striko have left the neighborhood making for oth- er parts. This leaves about 150-now jOtal Milling Company Receives Word to That Help Some FIXING THE STREETS Following, grumbling by motorists (or several weeks (he. city Is getting busy 'dirt roads ol tho city. Many of the roads In the city hive badly needed some sucp. treatment since the scow disappeared. G. W. V. A. CLUB PLANS A FORMAL OH strike. Tho women who took'part in the Mills are, allowed to supply seed wheat to farmers under the government's'fixed price up to April IS., L. O. Green, of the Elli- son Miljlfig ?nd. Elevator Corn- piny, this morning received a tele- gram from the Canada Wheat Board, Winnipeg, announcing the estentlon of time from March 31 to April 15. It has been practically Impoi- for the in the Leth- bridge district to obtain their seed -wheat from the local elevators on account of the condition of the roads. BeaHrig In mind Mr. Green communicated with the gov- ernment days ago with a view to setting time ex- tended. Not Btfieved They Arc Danger- 'ous Has Pest Also Grasshoppers are making their ap- I pearauce in southern Alberta and far- mers have begun to worry about Whether they are a destructive species or not. This season tho grasshoppers The pfllcial openir? of (I. V. A. hall will take form of an Invitation dancet Previously it was announced C- that it would be a masquer- ft ado but this decision has changed. Tho date tor the opening is not definitely set- tied but It will be in the near future. f..-. Southera Alberta farmers are not the only people to on this tame subject. Reports have been received have colored wings and according lujlrom many sections of southern bas- information from the Dominion Knto-1 katchewan telling of grasshoppers mologlcal Branch, they are not dau-i showing up In abundance. Like AI- geroup. Dangerous" species do. not berta conditions It is not believed No Confirmation at Local Office show up until May. that they arc of the dangerous of Gas Deep Enough Yet i A has been .made to tho Ity council by Captain Palmer ar.i Kltzsimmons tor the use jf the underside "of tho" grand stanil n tho exhibition gronnils for c-eroplane lurposes. The council considered U desirable that everything possible should be done to encourage LetU- iridge being inade cen- re, and the matter was referred to lie l-'alr Grounds Control Board. If strike, in the way of picketing using tin cans in the process, desisted In their efforts after tho first day. They took a sensible view of. the situation and their position after having been spoken to by the police. The'worst situation is in the Hlllcrest mine, where thero is a diversity ol national- ities among the mluers. Both the A. P. P. and tho Mounted Police, -who are working together, have the situation, well iu hand and do not'anticipate i TWO-HEADED CALF NORTH March II. U. .resident of this town, lias.a cow wblclf gave birth to a calf with two beads and necks a single trunk. The, calf was ddad; when born. One of tho necks was vbent so far ss to break the' animal's' neck. The hind- quarters of calf deformed. Gas has been struck by the Canada Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat, and i Power Company at Monarch, accord- Ing to a rumor to this effect heard by' the Herald this morning, but It is. thought that the company probably struck a pocket of gas. Tho well ai 'Monarch is only down about sijtqen hundred feet so far. No confirmation of the statement wac obtainable at the company's Lethbrldge office. It is expected to drill to feet at least before striking gas. slow dylni out of the Bon- Island licld. the company is endeavor- ing lo.locate, new. fields, and if vos' sible get them'close to their market. The discovery of-a profitable well Monarch .would bring the source ol supply much closer to Lethbrldge than tho Bow Island .field. The compnny Is also operating-at Barnwell where four new'wells are being drilled. .he Board is agreeable. Commissioner any trouble. The men themselves arrangements ho may consider advis- able In tho Interests of flying in tho city. In conjunction 'with the Fire De- partment, the city .police, through wily loo willing to get back to work if not for the 0. B. U. organizers. A deputation has gone on to Calgary.Id meet Mr. Robertson, the Dominion Mine Inspector, to see if the Sergeant Dowker, have asked for one as tnc miners view-it, oC day off in seven. The matter is to be] n Applies to tho International and the 0. B. IT. can he In the situation In the minesi'in ths considered., Want Tuberculin Lantl is Along Goose Lake Line The Alberta Dairymen's Associa- tion, ol Edmonton, is anxious that the iubercMlin.tesVfor cattle be nut in force. With a' view to: this, ths fol- iwing rosolutions-hiya.Tieen aioplcd. That the producers'- section of. the .association go as recom- mending .the Government tO'inake.provision for a bylaw for Iho compulsory administration of the tub-j erculin test ot all. calllo not Intend-1 Brt for Immediate slaughter nut later j than 1925, the.owners lo.be reimburs- ed In two-thirds ot the value of .ill cat- tle condemned after tho same date. Further that the Government be i askeil to place on the statute books compelling Hie pasteurization illk cold as whole milk as well Further that the Government he asked to appoint duly qualified dis- trict representatives to co-operato with K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Honey, Kerr's Alfalfa.....85c and.................... Dusters-----..... 25c Hcccpllon Christies 55c Toilet Orange Blossom, largo cakes, B for....... 25c Baking Forest City, 16 oz. size ------f-......i- 25c Baking Powder, Nabob. 12 m. size, per tin 23c Cauliflower, per head 40c. Hot House Lettuce, per )b. -We SUGAR! PROCURE YOUR RETIREMENTS NOW WHILE LARGE STOCK IS AVAILABLE. STARTING TOMpRROW (Wei.) r'fjb IN PRICES Pass which turn out steam coalv the men have a lever over the operalors ou whjcli they.are.apparently trading. Those'mlneB have large contracts-TrUli llritish Columbia (Irms-for thetdeliv cry ot coke to which penalty clauses are attached. The delay occasioned in the performance of the contracts, through the strike of the be- comes accordingly very serious'to the operators, tasked to 1 rlaii Act e I T ot all mil i 11 U as all en Near Drumhelier- May Kiiy -Who On Thursday, April 15, tha Soldier .Settlement' Uoard of Canada will soil to soldiers a number of parcels of land in. Alberta. The land la situated mostly in townships 33, 32 and 2S, range IS ,'ind 1C, north ot Iho Goose Lake branch of Iho C. N. It., iu Iho Urumhcllcr region. Those Iniumline to purchase must the farmef In every way possible for greater and more economical produc- tion uf dairy and farm products. The copy of the resolutions, sent lo tho council .for endorsement, was referred to thn Health Board. IS FALLING FASI 'Dsndcrlne" Will Check That Dandruff and .Stop Hair Coming Out, Ugly GREAT DOUBLE BILL AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY At the Colonial Theatre on Wednes- day and Thursday this week, will ia offereil a great double bill, with .two exceptionally fine'feature attractions I on the same bill. Alice Brady, the delightful coni- mertlcnne will he seen In "His Url'Jal Xight." a rollicking joyotis five act comedy, and David Belasco the noV- p.blc producer will first time ou tho Over N'iEht." Wednesday night will also be Xov- clly Xight at tho Coionial, when a bunch ot new novelties will bo intro- duced. The butter tnirket has advanced so that. we are uow ahle to quote an advan.ce'of eight per Liilter tat. v The pries 'until further nolice will be: No. 1 Sweat j. 72c per Ib. B. F. No. 1 -Sour Cream .69c Ib. B. F. No. 2 Soun Cream [b. B. F. Wo pay express charges on the cream -and then empty can, and pay for the cream by return mail by Domin- ion Bipress Mousy Order. We ara always In the market for cream. Sweet or Sour. -and you may ship lo us at any iitue: 'Wo meet Bll the trains. We" ore in Ihe market for sweet milk. _ or phone us. Crystal Dairy Limited, Castile Soap, Pendray's Pearl, twin bar, each "lOc lle'.uz India Uellsh .....----4flc Heinz Tomato Cbutney 40c Pork and Beans, Del Monte, small size, 2 for Coffee, fresh ground or bean, per Ib................... 60c Asparagus, Hillsdale brand, per tin .....................-35o Sweet Mustard Pickles in balk, pails, each 25c Blood Oranges, .'large per dozen' 80c Vinegar, Malklu's Best, pec lie..................------Zlt. Golden Shred Marmalade. bottle :...............i.. ,35c Tuna white tin .................i... 401; Sardines, Norwegian Crown Brand, 2 tins -lie Sardines King Oscar, 2 tins for...................... 65c Nabob Tea. per Ib........ 70c Liibhy's Marmalade, 1C 02. GEO. KERR GO. FAMILY GROCERS- SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED We Pay Highest Prices Premier Sfcwart Says That His Announcement Should Not lie Misconstrued (Sn'clal to EDJIONTOM, March' In a fur- ther discussion ol the report ot the telephone system of the province, made by J. R. Wray, engineer expert, I'remler Chaa. Stewart told the honso (Monday afternoon thftt whllo ho Tvas opposed to IncreaEing rates at tula time, aa tlio export recommends, that did not moan thai ho was suggesting such a policy "for all timo to come." "I said tMr. Stewart, "that the time Is coming soon when we will have to increase tho rates." Ttaso remarks of the pramhr's were 1 directed to an argument by Jas. Ilam- ao.y, leader ot tho opposition, Hint some plan should be devised to reduce tho bonded indebtedness of tho tele- phone system; Mr. Rainsoy pointed out at Iho rale it >vas now in- creasing, it would soon reach limit To stop falling hair at once and rid the scalp of every partlde of dandruff, set a email bottle ot "Danderine" at any drug or loiiet counter for a few pour n llttlo in your hand and rub iL Into the scalp. several ap- plication's the hair usually slops com- ing out nnd you can'l dand- ruff. Soon every hair on your scalp chows now Ilf3, vigor. hrlRhtncss, thickness nnd more CHINESE PLEAD GUILTY ON OPIUM CHARGE Ben Kern and tho remalnlnn China men, against whom the charge of running and freiuientlng an opium den -was preferred, appeared In thoj clly police courl, on Tuesday morn-: Ing, apparently after IhinWng the mat- ter carefully over pleaded guilty tria charge. The case was adjourn- ed originally to April 6th. Kom, was fined and costs, and. five out of th4 six frequenters ?5 nnd costs each, Tho charge agninsl the drawn. sixth i-ns with- North York tariucrii tvlll oppose Jlon. Mackenzie King, tho Liberal candidate Iu that riding for the House of Coniiniiiix, Pass it long Learn to say it not now and then, but two tifnes and more at every meal. The liberal eating of good bread will help you store "lip strength and vitality. For real nutritive no ;ccd can take the place of ;a quality !bn; of the staff of life. 'Hie very but flour and other ingredients the markrf offcrf into the making of our You buy I with confidence the assuranca thlt ybUTjrxJney buyiriuuu mum fofid value at a minimuiri {tf Eat Quaer Bread John Gilmore Limited Bakers -Phone 378 WE ADVISE YOU TO GET OUR OFFER NOW ON ANY QUANTITY. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th ST. S, P.O. BOX S PHONES J P.O- BOX 538 Well prepared, well served and moderately priced is what makes this a popular and satisfying place to eat. RESIDENCE 1385 W. Hoult, Local Manager. Residence Phone 1687 BECKER LUMBER Builders' Supplies and Steam Coal OWN YOUR OWN HOME and be independent of the steadily In- creasing rentals. A TITLE-DEED TO A HOME (s more satisfying, than a bundle of rent receipts. iVE ARE SPECIALISTS IN THE ART OF HOME BUILDING. Con- tult us when contemplating the erection of a Home. OUR SERVICE IS AT YOUR SERVICE, The Yale THE NEW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH H. N. BECKER AT' rtl LEfHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DAYTON, WON- ARCH, NOBLEFORO, NEMISC-AM ;