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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1HK ft DAILY MAY 1018t ftlAYS ll BE TWO MD NATIONS May Dally lodfcy published from its Toklo cor respondent nn interview with tho Jap anese foreign Baron i which is remnrkalile for its decision by questions and answers of Jffpam good faith toward the allies in denial of tho proGermanism attributed to Baron Goto in some The Interview is mainly concerned with the prosppctp of Japanese inter vention in Baron Goto said allies had made no formal proposal to Jnpnn for such intervention but that any sug gestions by the allies would receive sympathetic Asked what compensation Japan would de mand for Baron Goto said that tlila would depend on vary size of the j extent of the operations and the But at the present tho foreign minister we are not thinking of but only of everything for the allied cause which have faithfully mud our Concerning the relations of Japan with the United Baron Goto said that since thn steel difficulty had been Japan no longer had any cause for Great Britain the Factor The correspondent suggested that Great Britain had bPen instrumental in bringing accord in Japanese and Vnitecl States relations as she had brought accord between Russia and To this Baron Goto replied You are quite Great Britain ie a factor In bringing America and Japan into closer more cordial These good offices are be ing continues on all with the object of strengthening the feeling of fellowship among the Asked concerning the pol who the wtorMponflent appeared to regret thdtJapan wal not allied with Baron Goto iald I do not lay there are not men amoQg temporary tpeolal partisanship must not be mistaken for solid The British peopta may rest insured that to long ai Japanese empire tho Jafcneee are their good Not Doming to the question of accusa tion of his allegtd Baron Goto spoke as follows I stayed In Germany many years and studied and people may think me I am not pro German at J am not I am sharing the national views regarding our international re v Emphasising this Itaron Goto Insisted that it was impossible that he could he because Germany is an but ho de clined to discuss what ho described as the meaningless question whether he believed in the permanency of the AngloJapanese In reply to a question concerning allegations that Japan was in the fight only for materialistic the for eign minister said MAKYETIHE THE ASSESSMENT Japun had no particular reason to i go to war with She came i in in obedience to obligations of the AngloJapanese alliance to keep the Facts are there to justify REVISE May To deputy international president of the Commercial Telegraphers ion of has betm in confer ence here with the vice president Campbell of and the local commercial telegraphers committee relative to a revision of the wage Gmuine bears signature Train Your System through the to act na at a fixed time every day The beat habit in the world ia the habit of Take one pflf regularly more only if necessary until you Then yon can stop taking them without trouble or This has been the goodhealthrule for fifty Smajl Pill Small DOM Snail Price DAI I 1ft DUADI U rALLIU rLUrLL CARTERS IRON PILLS Question Under Consideration Review Question of Taxes Reassessment of the semibusiness area of the for the purpose ot lay ing before the court of revision the figures us to the exact loss In assess ment which would arise out of re duction of this property a residen tial basiswas commenced ing by City Assessor and Mayor Hardlo informed the Herald that nothing would bfe done In this matter until tho figures were The proposal to the Whole assessment to is still under consideration by the city council though it is very doubtful If anything in thai direction will be attempted this The whole question of assessment the mayor Is receiving consid There are two distinct bodies of opinion as to whether the assess ment of buildings shouMd be Increas and 1 am convinced that it would be impossible to secure a committee of citizens who could agree on a fixed The mayor stated that he had con sidered having the Sumner system of assessment and taxation introduced and bringing in the Sumners to mie independent This would cost but the mayor declared when it was he was satisfied it would be by no means unanimously accepted by the rate Whole Question Reviewed The whole question of taxation is due to receive sa great deal of consid eration during the coming he The mayor is in favor ot j considering all the utilities under one head and making them pay their He thinks the utility rates should bo raised so that they will not only pay j their own way but pay of the taxes but declares it would be i almost impossible to have the people accept such a and instanced the i opposition to the proposal to increase i the electric light rates and the water meter He told the Herald the i press and the public generally was j not supporting him in these suggest ions which he had put forth as the i most feasible way to get the city back in really good financial There are too many petty and if the people can be got to accept 50 per cent of the put forth for their I consider my 7 X ROYAL YEAST PUIHTIFF CASE Jury Gives Damage Caae By Injured Miner Clever Local Boy Sworn in Previous to Joining Flying Corps AMERICAN New May Canadian Club of New whoae headquart ers are at the Hotel Issues another appeal for to carry on reliefwork among dependents of Americana in the Canadian I A pleasing ceremony took place at ten oclock on Wednesday morning at the opening of the Supreme Court when John Livingstone was sworn in as a member of the bar prior to leaving the east to loin the Royal Air Livingstone was in troduced by Conybeare of the firm of Mc Arthur and Davidson in whose office the new member of the bar received his and Justice Scott welcomed him to the bar iit a few kind after the oath had been read to the new incumbent by clerk of the Livingstone is essentially a having received his i education and training for the bar I In his departure from the city to Join the Royal Air Force he will be i followed by tbe best wishes of a large circle of tn the case of Ibey vs tlm Cardnton case which before the Supreme Court for nearly two the Jury yesterday brought In a ver dict in favor of tho plaintiff for damages for Injury donehim by the defendant opening up a Variety store In that town In opposition to the plain contrary to Judg ment has not yet been signed as a nnmberxof legal questions are still to be Another damage suit was opened be fore Justice Scott this morning with the following jury empannelled George Me Lean and This Is the rase of Koskl vs the Sterling Coal of in which the plaintiff is suing for damages for the loss of hlsiiight hand which wascaught In a cogwheel in a conveyor at the The defense IB endeavoring to prove that the plaintiff was not In his prop er place at the time of and that he had no business where the accident Ostlund for the plaintiff and Ross of Calgary for the The jury case of Green lias been settled out of The last jury case on the list Is Kagara vs the Chinook Coal another damage Justice Ives will be next week to hear the remainder of the nonjury Peoples Forum tlilo was by the way the opinion of nllj as I nnppcnfd to It the public had bean told of the animusof the 10 almost of the fatso fthd foailtfth misrepresentations which marked the Herald In many A ttn Issues lately the reporter Would rft leastVhavc gained for himself a repu tation for Perhupa few or UB have learned that we are not living in normal times and words have their eorreipnndlng affinity especially re a public I therefore ask that you publish tlitd So narrow are the trenches that chairs like this are used to carry thn This one was found in a Ger man Big Campaign On In City All iVMt WeekCommittee Organized Lethbridie is bolng to the Sailors Fund Knd liv ing next week a campaign Will Im launched with a rlew to obtaining this sum secretary of the in this has written Wilson in connection with the urging a strong com mittee to ptwh tho Irrlne It holding at Nanton and on Krlttiiy he will be in the He hto asked that a meeting of the local be heja on Friday afternoon in the mayors of fice at three and that ar rangements be made for him to speak to tho school The following committee In suggested to up the campaign In this and they com pose the committee referred to Mayor Brym The Sailors Fund hai already been started In the city through Aleiander Gait who are con ducting a preliminary campaign for funds through the Communication under this heading must bear the ot the TO STAND May Stephen Charles and John and a named in tbe police court on a charge of damage to city property in Saturday nights have been committed by Stipendiary Fielding for MAKES A Editor Herald Dear am quite aware that a public man cannot afford to be sup ersensltive to the opinion oft the same public and were it not for the Import of oven a hint of reflecting a public spirit detrimentally these days I would not write this I did not say at the meeting Tues day evening that there was too little public siprt in thecity but the exact opposite of In stating that 1 be lieved a good deal of our trouble in communal arose from the lack of some one dcflHitcSjrKiwiization where we could meet to discuss questions that were common to us I said the splendid public spirit so manifest in our city was not organized as it ought to be and thus was As long as you delay trying BLUE RIBBON tEA so long do you postpone a pi ure easily acquired FIELDS ANGE Of EDMONTON and CALGARY HAVE OPENED A BRANCH IN LETHfeRIDGE I Household Goods NEW AND SECOND HAND DINING SETS PIANOS ORGANS RANGES EASY CHAIRS SOFAS Office Furniture DESKS SWIVEL CHAIRS FILING CABINETS WRITERS SAFES BOOKKEEPERS Store Fixtures SHOW CASES SCALES CASH REGISTERS MEAT SLICERS BUTCHERS The Store with a Thousand and One Varieties and Cabinet Making on the Premises FREE DELIVERY TO CITY AND OUTSKIRTS SPECIAL GERHARD HEINTZMAN COMPLETE SHOOTING CONSISTING OF 12 SLOT MACHINES 1 ELECTRIC PIANO DOLL RACK MALLEABLE STEEL TWO MOVING PICTURE FOUR RESTAURANT TWO STEAM CIGAR WALL WE GUARANTEE PEOPLE OF THIS VICINITY A SQUARE WE HAVE BEEN KNOWN IN THIS PROVINCE AT CALGARY AND EDMONTON FOR Yours For a Square GREENFIELDS EXCHANGE PRESIDENT DOMINION NEXT DOOR TO SIMPS ONS Ofl SIXTH STREET I ;