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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR MONDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1910 ttbe Xetbbriboe Iberalb DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 6th Street South, SV. A. Buchanan President and Managnj Director ohn Tcrrince Business Manage TELEPHONES Biulneu Office........... l Office Member Audit Bureau cf Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week .....J .15 Dally, per year T.aO by mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mail, per vear...... 1.50 .Weekly, by mail, per year lo U.S. 2.00 DAlea of cipiry of subscription ap- "pear daily on label. Accept- ance or papers after eiplralion (iaio Fi our authority to continue the sub- scription. HOME RULE FOR CITIES .teresi rttfa on his capital. As a cua- sequencc of iliis. the cost of. i bocomos Incri'isoJ nntl ULiles bunli-ns are placed on T.hc pojr. Mr. Price continued by saying tttai iha income tai has beets ori to [be in I be way he has shown, and ihervtore the consumer 13 his lurn has ask more for his work, 50 fldJing again to the cost pi produe- Lion and ihu cost of liviag. Ills remedy ior this Is a tax cut on la- comes but 10 per cent, on capital or properly. To .'ollovr what ho regards as ihe evils of tho income tax, he argues that a great deal of bullJIos and coctruciive work In held up be- cause those who own real estate required will not sell it creu at tho prices offered, because they would have to pay most ol the profit realised to the Government.' In iho stock Mr. Price says securi- ties hive advanced to figures that are many cases absurd, because ihe larger capttal'ats cancot. dispose of their holdings without incurring an in- come lar liability that1 would absorb most of Iheir gains. Referring to rtio effort o! such a tax: on his own country Mr. Price says, "In 1914 our national wealth was estimated ai two huudred and fifty billion dollars. Measured in dollars of Ihe present value it is probably four hundred billions. Our national debt FOREMOSIUDY Noblcford Venture Gnins S port and I'irsl Meeting Draws Good Crowd At the Conveniiou or iho Vnion o[ -Alberta Muniripalfries, flayer Haniie championed Ihe cause of more autoii- ;omy for Ihe cities, which included the .complete control of filiation. While part of the Tvay nki ihe Mayor his desire to see a greater degree "of home rule in the cilles, we are not prepared to -follow him all the dis- tance. In the of taxation and the borrowing powers of cities, an .institution such as that of the Public famishes a very safeguard: It would have been better for' manr cities, and for Lelhbridge in jjirtlcular, had there been such a, htfdy In years that have gone by when tho boom Fas on. In respect to this, the Mayor may be said lo have cut the Jorce of his own argument in .regard lo cities hay Ins the control of ;lnation he desires when, at the on Sunday, he. referred to the Tasteful expenditure occasioned in 'the daya In toe city when the alder- ?minlc council was in Tasbion. No donbL Mayor -Hardlef in claiming 'this liberty in regard lo taxation, has mind the present form of govern .rnent in the city and Vine yirtueTl io haying', himself t at it: ;_- head. This may be ED. but the day when there will be another fJosepb, in the years that we have there.may "be lie iricliiia lion tVabu'e'lhe liberty which Mayor is about twenty-sis billions. Even it the relatively impecunious were ex- empt, a 10 per cent, tax upon property would pay this debl, reduce -the ID- nation and enable us to start again he flan of Ihe American financier Is ist on the theoretical side It has Its ppeal; but it becomes another matter 'hen its practical side is considered 'here la first tic difficulty as to whom the levy should apply. There) ten s a-a in. the effect lhal such a levy li nave on the particular trade nd industry of one country HS com- to another where the system s not in force. The scheme if put nlo force will have to apply to all ountries alifee, otherwise !L can only ith a clean slate-" The -best that can sild ahoul pm Our Own CorrMDon-lontt Nov. The first tlns ot the1 Noble ford Community Club iv as a decided success. There k-cre sixty present, and almost very family of the community was Ttiis excellent attend- ance a spelndlJ exprcsston ou the >Art of the Ncbleford peopjg of the tor ivhich IhR club stands. -All business matters were left R AICKED UP IN SSING ITOH THL HUiV UAN (From OJT Own Cprrfsr-oaitcnl) KOUKMOST, Nov. Mrs. Nancy Catherine Lyiies, ol Alicndo. was down by a severe stroke ou SalurJay. November l, and on Suuday. November S. She was in her year ot aso. haviinj been born Iii Ontario Rn lived In North Dakota before coming lo Al Toronto newauoys J25.000 in Victory Uonds. Prince Kdward Island rural mall carriers threaten lo strlko for higher pay. Sir Thomas Lns been elected beria, where she has lived since 19031 a dire-dor of the Canadian Uank of as one ot the most highly respecieilj Commerce. :uerubers of the AlicruJo community.( She leaves lo mourn her loss, htr husband and M. K. and two sons. Tho funeral >va5 held from her lite residence at Altonido to Nemls- cemetery on Noveni- over for consideration at ihe neu bcr 12, llor. J. D. Taylor, of Foremost, .L_-----r__ Conducting the- funeral service. Mrs. John Evans, of BErdsholm. has seen visiting ;iL the home at Urban A. for a week. Her daughter :iara Is staying iu town to attend regular meeting, find the evening was ;iveu over entirely to enter tamiu en l, and refreshments. The eiec- uiive can guarantee every lueelias lo fully as interesting, although tho program will be varied each eve- ning, The ncit meeting, weather ptrmit- nsi Is to be held neil Thursday eve- ujug1, November "Oth. Keep the eve- ning in mind nnd do not make any oiher engagements. School was closed last Thursday and Friday, tho teachers were si tending ihe convention in Leth- brldge. of Button Ontario, is spending the winter wilh her niece, Mrs. E. L. Cody. Nobleiord welcomes Capt. and Mrs. Muncaster lo iheir towri Capt- Mun casier has been drawing larger con- to tbe church every Sun- day for the last four weeks by his thoughtful and inspiring messages. We shall be glad to have them with us permanently. Come anl hear him, and you will come again. The manse has been the scene ol much activity during tbe school. Mr. Fred Elford paid Lethbrlrtge this week a visit to employee at tho Union Station, Tor- Is dead. Her. A. J. Thomas, of Pcterboro, III become raster of -St. Janice Methodist church, Montreal. I'ort Arthur ratepayers will vole on iho