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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PACJB FOUR THE UiiTHBUIDGE DAILY HEKALb rHURSUAY, MAIU.il ai. 1U21 T H L L. i h u i c- u r, 111: r. A u c PHINTINQ CO Ml'ANY. L I M 17 I 6th Sirtct SmitR, Albtrti FreBlOeni uiKl Maii'n'iiiK Ui: j JOHN I ed up to r.iuii (I'.'ilWIl til I i crimps, than! Lo lilt.'! i'.nr.KTx luivo itioU.-. in 10pay- to thorn in the [Do You Know? 1. Audit On- Hates: iiubicrlotl delivered.- pe by by I by mill. 3 Weekly, by i.i.-ii. JJOr year...... staled that the drouth of and t'ao pro- v. :nu-y in 1'oKowed by ol' feed, n'.ude it 0'.' the lioveniini'iit i.e. rop'.o to r.; (tie ror tltis pur-1 What i was ii.mli- urn i'( for the year (if this sum roiuymeiUs have to Ihu extent of of O 1. tors? TODAY'S QUESTIONS Is tho broadest mid most ifntal of thw luwa of Nuturtf? ia this so? hut churchyard wfts the wouion evw flKht as gladia- is the player of a fiuto H. JDeslcuriers Very Critical of ia the first exhibition of Government Departments which i WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS and Manufacturers OTTAWA, Mar. Canadian THE INSOLVENCY OF MUiNICIPALITIFS Tho finjiicial position in 8omo of the oi .Savi.- atcfiewan are plncvd hni'ii' truth of the need n; i-'ri-ful shrewd civic ntlminiat ration, ;tin; should cause ail to things at home to consider !iow the municipaliiies in whit-h tlu-y livt- are placed. credit of a city or municipality reflects on tho imlmd- ual credit, with this in mind it behooves thu citizen to interest him-! self in the admliu.-tiatiou of hU owaj particular municipality and to dU his; best to keiMi it in wiiatc'Vi. r good li-' nancial position it is in to save it Irom falling evil News Jlspatches tell of a meeting _of bondhoidc-rs of the town'of ILur.i-, -boldt, in Toronto, in which a resolution t-i-1 Dominion and Invesimciu tu call a nioftins of all i 'the holders of debt'ii-: of (lie vtarM down to normal njvain Tlui uncmployinont prohlcm wan ly in Its Infancy and would be vatod by permitting the nntry of I'M" oiKiierfl to swell the ranks uf liu workloss. lie declared, PICKED UP IN PASSING f O U T JI E 0 8 V MA N Marcus Stono. artist, tiled In Lon- Tort Palhouslo la advertising tcnvn superintendent. for a Kmploypcs of thp Heaver Hoard Co. at Thorold are. on strike. KUinmui 1'ronlx, I'lvsuott, St. Catharines will hold an Week" from July 17 to 23. "Old ,____ 1- Wh.it id tho IIrat mention ot pug-1 prollininarii's wore dis --M-ti thu in !posed of, the houso commons this j the tiiul Car.aiiu was the hist pi-eat prize-, afternoon considered a resolution. was to mmbios u-lmit- ho conduit-reel a lompu.u-. flsht v.-itU bun; lists in England? placed on th'e order paper by H. Dos-j thu; immigrants of urt'san !v of llv of uio :i. invented the nioderu box-1 lauriers, St, Mary, Montreal, advocat-j wont to thn elites. Ho I'-'.vurol with respect to !r'K j infe' the suspension of all immigration i thv iir-mfcslon of farm wiukeir. 4. die! the sport of modern "until a normal condition of affairs Strong opposition to restrielloiio on ;is distinguished from pugilism ia established." I immigration was voiced by S. date? The t-oscIuliAtt held that the un-j Jacobs, Oectrgo Ktienne-Curtier. Cun- 5. Is the definition of boxing? employment 1 problem in tho larger jada. he said, was faced with a grave tmvrr bundine-iiwdliv nnner G. U every fanner supposed to Canadlen cities had become railway problem which could only ,lnS EMU! :rt ;in Income tax return or only'that it was Equally serious overseas.! solved by increasing population. Howl those who ure liable for the iax? was exposed to the risk of j was this to be done iC the doors were] receiving undesirable immigrants. If. shut against desirable innnisration, he I to come to tho Dominion, hut W. G. .-'i.'! r.nd rt-licf supplied by tluit in Heie it was tliown woro taken for and ropaymeiita oil prin- cipal on January 1st hist amounted to 1.154.00 of the amount ad- var.c'inl. On acyount of seed grain SG.5 per cont has been repaid .and on ac- fount of rolief over 71 per cent had been paid back. Taking tho conditions that have i from Lmusdcii, Sask., is pro- nounced first-grade building material. Oshawa Town Council decided to ex- cltido all reporters from committee meetings. Firo destroyed, the Princeton, N. J., ANSWERS In Homer's Iliud. and the art was already Ithi IB doors were left open. asked. It was unfair and miu-ise to I McQua demand that immigrants should he 1 stx.r-d th developed in his timo. Tho occasion I'n1-. at tiie pumes at the shows! Supportiug.Jils resolution, Mr. Des- highly i lauriers remarked that the govein-j possessed of on their arrival' problem and thought it would b Westminster, empha- tho unemployment o occasion i ment the principle of the; funeral of. eight-hour day as set forth in the! here. He advocated the "open door" i to iv tho conditions that have i P.uroclns. the champions engaged be-; peace but was dolng Uothin8 prevailed, the showing made by Epeus. the builder of the wooden jto compei a reduction in working farmers of. Allierta is an exceedingly horse, and Kuryalus of the wooden hours hy employers of labor in Can policy which had built up tho popu- iminigratiou until times ig j lation of the United States. H ratifies to their seems to have been naked except for i ada nere tola DJ tne uepuiy Lndir lavor of -tho resolution. There was lic money, without reflecting that after all it is the money of the aggre- gate of individuals. How often do we liear in tho matter of civic expendi- ture that it will only mean half a mill on the-tax rate, and, possibly, there Is even a tendency in the City Council to look on the.-e half mills as nothing much to hotter about. But half mills and Quarter mills have a habit, when times are more prosperous and Eta-1 awarded to the ovinners In the bUizing. Again, it drawfe attc-miou to of progressive ivhist, was summoned j the. fact that however expenditure! for keeping a gaming house, and con-j may be curtailed in the items over] victed at the Quarter Sessions. vhich the city has control, there i j -1 i iiun v iiiiuiiiiin t'rn-1 should he co-operation by other spend-j man that it had already been decided vMl Canada'.-i rcprescn !a Accil "f through- ing bodies iu the city to keep expon- that an ordinary whist drive was il- tation in the British parliament or in Canada today, lie said, and it was ses down as much as possible legal and that there was more chance any council, participation in the. ail-1tne of the government to pro-i It has been remarked in these col- than skillMn the game. The jUry a, -f- j umns that there is the tendency ceptmg the direction, although they ment of a I from outside countries, among citizens to ask for the expemli- found that skill predominated rj. rjniio-.-ls'in said iho E. W. Neshitt, North Oxford, sug- ture of civic money because it is pub- chance in progressive whist, found err ment did riot oiijci t to Rested that some arrangement should j From de-1 correspondence but tli.-ro in'islu lit. i lie made to stop undesirable Imml-j s'-.me of it which could at the port, of embarkation.: interest he don-r..' rather than that of debarkation. Can-' the defendant guilty i i i cision the case-was appealed to Court of Criminal -Appeal, and the Anr-r.dments to needed the farms and conviction was quashed on the ground I considered in committee and progress i it -was as hard- this year to get ot the deputy Chairman's unjustifi- j farm 'help 'as it bad'been last year able dictation of a verdict. Those who hold whist drives in tbe city will he interested in respect to tho experience of tho whist drive mentioned in the way the decision OTTAWA, Mar. lianv.-nt: Tim commons w'll of the departrnnnis which callnd, inrlii'Iiug ill- of tile intr-rior multiplied, of becoming whole went as determined by three eminent; Or trade and romrm and with the tax rate as it is there should he the proverbial wisdom that it is the "last straw that breaks the vamel's back." There Is the need these days of a wise economy in civic matters, with- out allowing to bo neglected. and so tend to wasteuil economy. This should be watchword of tlie City Council, and in this it should have the Interest and lhe backing of cilizens, particularly when it comes to asking for financial aid from tlie. rity in various pnipotals and projects. In the comparison of expenditures as between IBM and mo the city has a Eood showing, aad it is Lite work be kept up. in matter.; of every expenditure Uio city should lie careful that it does not go beyond rvhat private corporations arc in tip.: liabit of doing. Nor 13 it always pru- to use these for the matter of eouparisuns. These are, tile days retrenchment in municipalities, as ketokuied by the condition of those Krho have "outrun the constable." judges who sat in the Court of Ap- provide for a jniM "lay in. pat-j Though there was a constant cry of hmcmplo.vment. farmers were unable Hit tilt; lalior to get S.' Ceorge Etienne Car- :ilri'iidy 'the resolution, ff tlie liiirs wer'c! -put up nc.iv, it might not hi! so to attract artisan set- Tin. I.ill in1 tiers later nn. peal. There was, however, a fly in the ointment ;ot the decision, in that it was stated by the Court that had the jury directed there was j JTJVE INCHES OF SNOW control the Lake of t! '.'ill also be The senate mratu at toi was pailii-niariy opposed to tho which compels immigrants! FELL AT COLEMAN'! evidence on which they plight have found that the appellant had been guiity of keeping a gaming house-- a house in which a large number of persons were invited habitually to was surprised