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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE UtTHBRiDUE DAILY HERALO, 30. Daily Herald Also private gardens up acre in extent. to onp nectlon witli the outside places will compensate for tho giving up of the Established December, 1907 Published by the Lethbridge Herald Ltd., every lawful evening at iw Round St., Letiibridge, Aicerta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Diuly. one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three mouths, delivered Daily, one 'month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Ouriy, six mouths, by mail three months, by mail For larger gardens there is exemp- tion where the site value of the whole property docs not exceed 20 times its annual value (for example, house and garden of 10 acres, rented at a year. No duty would be paid 'uu- rose bevond freedom and use of the city's streets? U is a matter of dollars and cents, and of freedom of action. Arc you satisfied that tho expendi- ture oil local improvements in the city during the next few years will be so greatly in excess of the growth of the city as to make it impossible to finance a street railway? Ps We Charge SIR CHARLES TUPPER APPROVES OF NAVAL POLICY 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 or an acre for the site as cleav- I Agricultural tenancies until they expire, save 1-uullnrd has the option landlord nas Advises Leader of the Opposition to .them at any moment. it of end ins The FIRST THINGS FIRST public mooting lust per barrel II I' H- iddresses' changed as often as desir- -d. but both new arid -old addresses be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of clone a good deal to clear the air with regard to tho street railway 'fran- chise. The discussion that took place .save the citizens much of the iufor- jmation they desired and no doubt left many in as great a tiuandry as ever to what is best to do under the 'Times publishes a letter, dates Nov. 20, from Sir Charles Tuppor to R. L. Horden. leader of the opposition in the Canadian Parliament, on the! question of the Canadian navy, lie j says all that is required iu the gov- j enimeut of the day is that it shoul j carry out the resolution passed i the Mouse of Commons at Ottaw for first quaL- itySPY Apples i ifi Other varieties I i In boxes, rr and oo must uc In-uion thev desired and no doubt leu anv iu as ,roat a quandry a, over last session, -pledging parhameni, to 11 anltehed every Wednesday in eight lo lo do under the proceed vigorously with the construe, uages. and contains a summary of The experience of tion of a Canadian navy Sir Charle g 1, eworid-s news of the ,eai i dtle. bwn as.a rule loreiSH. municipality gets the snoit -enu 5, 7 to S. Phone: Day, 104; night, 342. i 1 I I I' 1 D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, "JLethbridge, Alia. Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m., 2-5 p.m., 7-8 p.m. The Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. St. ito their trade. They claim that [the City is not in a position financially build such a road. i Some maintained that the city is Must-as well able as a company to get i the money to build, such a line and that they can get the necessary power ito build outside the city. No one BUDGET NOT REVOLUTIONARY jseems prepared, however, to ;give fig- The Lioyd-Soorge oadget is no, SS revolutionary as its opponents would It, was only at the have us believe. While it does em-1 close of the meeting that this was body the i-dea that the unearned in-j brought up at all and then discussed crement of land does not rightly be- j ineie mi. _ before the long to the individual but to all the j vote intelligently on people whose progress and improve-i the matter. Another point is regarding the or- der of construction. The primary object of, the road is to connect up the outsidejcommunities with the city. Why then "is it deemed advisable to require them to build three and a half miles of line in the city inside of two years and not to require them to build outside the city for another year. If the road is being built purely as a business proposition for the city and not for' the convenience for get- ting around the city, it would seem in city's interests to hasten the construction of the outside portion. That .brings up the point raised last night. This company got a char- ter over two years ago to build lines from various points toward Leth- bridge but have done nothing. Would it not be better and more busiuess- jlike for the city to require the 'com- j pany to carry out its primary purpose of bringing the outside parts into j close communication with the city before requiring it to fulfil the sec- ondary purpose of its existence, viz.: to provide street car accommodation for the city? if the company e.xer- "It is not really derogatory to this! MOOSE JAW FEARS loftv ideal to say, as Laurier also! A said on the same occasion: 'Canada Moose Jaw Nov. coal sup-1 ,o ply ot our city is ruiuimg perilously would have a navy that would not r "BUDGET A Chas-ng Capita! Out of Britain. Ss-s P. M. Coates go low, and immediate relief is not in I London, Nov. M. Coates to war unless the parliament Some of the dealers are eh- Canada chose to send it.' In the tirely out of domestic coal, and the abstract such a proposition is indis- putable. In the abstract it applies to any and every form of co-opera- tion and contribution for purposes of Imperial defence, but in the concrete it is certain thf same considerations' and motives, which have served io bring about the present situation, will also serve to maintain and develop it." supply of all is near thft point. Three cars were received this the noted thread firm states be 1-ai- been to Canada and the United States with the object of arranging lor the investment of capUil. O >VTrtCT 1 CU. At.'t LL1C 111 V L VI tl. A Aiw morning by one dealer, but many of j budget was a disgrace, he saM, and the others have not had a single car I simply meant the chasing cf capita! this month although wires have been'out of the country. tnents added value to real property, it does not propose to take all this "unearned" value from the private individual as Henry George advocat- ed, but only a portion of it. The London Daily News furnishes this synopsis of the. budget as it relates to. this subject: A tax of 20 per cent, is imposed upon, the increased value of land, or ivhen a site is sold, leased for more than 14 years, or where the owner dies. Companies do not die, and they will be charged with increment duty' on 5th April, 1914 (five years and at subsequent periods of 15 years. Payments of increment, duty may be CHEAPER TO KILL THAN TO PROTECT by instalments, and the money be returned to the owner if the lease or other contract, -be not fulfilled. Increment duty is not charged on "agricultural land while that land has no higher value than its value for agricultural purposes only." Sites of houses occupied by the owner are exempt, thus: la Lon- don with rental not exceeding a vear abov Five Out of Every Thousand Miners Are Killed Annually New York, Nov. Com- pers, president of the. American Fed- eration of Labor, paid, his respects to the legal professions yesterday at the opening sessions of. the National Civic Federation's annual meeting. He was discussing the need in this country of new laws to cover the sub ject of employers' liability, and to wage earners injured by accidents. "The lawyers'will prevent our gett- ing the best and the wisest law in this he sai-d, "I doubt is there be have greater rever- ence for the Constitution than the men of iabor but it seems exceeding- that the Constitution ly peculiar should b rier to the when you have investigated EVERY- THING ON THE MARKET usuallv held up as a bar- j