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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH THE LRTHHRTDHE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN 1LAD1 PHONE II liedcliff Valuation U Divided by CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tho daiico beins tfven by tho of Hiicli Importuni maltcm inn! tluit tho ImiKiin Is IliitiiDK its acUvl- lies mofit 1'aHcluatlUK Is proven by tin1 regular and inrrHafiinj; attendance rarli wmtk. EASTER THANK OFFERING OF WESLEY W.M.S. The W.M.S. ot IVosley church hold their annual Busier Thank Offering meeting last week. The attendance was large, and the meeting proved both interesting and Inspiring. The principal Item was the 'Waster Tribune.) Points Rained In the report of ihci equalization anticipated 'by many Kindlyprca- i manner and certainly made her and- board, liauded down in lidmonton on j ent at tne door ionce feel the true essence of liaster brldgo Tennis club tomorrow n'ght In given by Mrs. Cragg, who the Masonic hall It being pleasantly handled the subject in a most efficient Wednesday, over-assessment is fea- tured in the towns of the province. One striking case is that of Kodcllff, which carries an assessment of and the board places a ralne of J32S.500. Practically all the towns of Southern Alberta have had their valuation cut down by the board. The regular monthly meeting of the Aiming Mission Board will held cw Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Mission. The names ot thoae on the commit- tee for the recent Hudwn Bay coni- mail-more is in the reverse column.! pa'ny dance bold i. Harper', hall were The assessment there was MrB. Gilford, Miss Patterson, Mr. nmt the board's figure IB Briggs antl Mr.-P. K. oleman IB in tho same at) its sister town the valuation there being raised from to Tho spreads in the towns are not as large but the same situation pre- vails. Burdott. carries a valuation of TJtu following music! students of H. McG. Younj; will give their friends in Hamper's day at in the message she brought. She said that from the middle of the second (Great Oil drilling uca'r tbe Canadian border will commence soon, at-cordiuj; o "Pat" Buckley, Swoot Grass ranch-1 who arrived In Groat Falls TIIOB- lay on a ohort trip. Mr. Buckley is me of the old timers In the HnK acres nenr the nost of which is under- lease- to tiui llaker. Carpenter Wattas Oil Co.. of operations lor tlu> lattt. few months aiin wo expect dp to liu [nit up with- in the next, wc-oit. "Tho drilling Is two miles from the rnnndki.ii border and tin- excellent reports of UHJ findings of [ho Koolo- tfists have brought many Canadians to examine tlin structure ou that Bide of tile border. i .1. K. Kitzpatrlctt, owning a ranch adjoining ttie Ilueldey ground, was 111 Great Kails with .Mr. Bucldcy. Mr. I Fitzpatrick has leased bin ranch to drilling operations to commenco shortly. Mr. lluckley and Mr. Pitzpatrick stayed at tho Motel Rainbow during their visit horn and will Wed- nesday morning Tor Sweet Grass. Clevolnnd reports the oponinj; excellent prospect for oil. The century the Eastertide lias always j company haa been preparing to start beeu regarded as a very important j festival. H has been symbolic always of joy, happiness and pood wiil. Ii is called the "Q.ueeu of and well It might for It comes in the gior- FranciHco. "Geologists have examined the soil." i the I.nke Krie fishing season, fim... said Mr. Buckley, "and pronounced it thn union fishermen ami tugmon on strike in' protest against wage reduc- j lions of 10 to 20 per cent. Preparatory Grade: Gordon Me- and the board reduced it to i Nabb. Roberta Scott, George Milne. Grassy Lake valued itself at, Myrtle Winters. Dorothy Crest, Stan- Davies, Sydney Jackson, 'Laurence Cragg. Betty Church, Florence Tliom- ioim springtime, with the budding of Hie the peeping forth of the flowers and the singing of the birds. Hut more particularly it is the Queen Li of Festivals because it celebrates the recital to I Resurrection of our Lord, who is the hall on Fri-! cornerstone of our faith. The speaker went on to compare jtnd the new assessment is placed at Warner's assess- ment is reduced from to Aisessment of Towns Local our Christinas and our Easier. She said that as the true mirth of Christ- mas lies in the fact of the birth of Christ so the true triumph of the East- Yal'timi Blairmorc How Islami I'ardHton Carmangay rlaresholm Coleman Diamond City High River Macleod Magrath Okotoks Pinchor Creek Raymond Redeliff Stavely 70.600 MO.OOO 179.900 sii.osr, 939.-.01 162.079 Tuber........ 002.331 Village Aisessrnent Local Equalized Assess- Assess- ment Blackie. Hunlett 129.36.'i Cayley........ Kil.320 ertide is -the exaltanre in tbe cer- as, Donald McN'abb, St. Clair Itlvers. j lalnty of Christ's resurrection. The Jack Clarke. Annie Kerr, Marguerite j -I nn :i pairs for Black Ri'irulnr LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SPRING CAPS Iii ail Uoguliu- vainn to A -i n Police Bracus, good strong leather mJs. .Sale 75c 50c OUR SHOE SPECIAL pair of boavy calfskin, goorlyear welt, l innihnf boot, in tan or black. ulnr ?12.00; now THAELL 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. ;