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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TdKSOAY, OCTOBKH 31, Witt TI1K LETIIBRIIHIK IMILY rr- PAGE SEVEN UbtaWeeh Intbetttts Cburcbes SUI Wcatmlristor Wednesday at 8 p.m., prayer mooting. Thursday lit 3 p.m.. Ladies' Aid meeting at tho homo of Mrs. W. L. Wilson. 6th Avenue North. Immediately after this meeting there Winnipeg, Oct. A special dis- patch from Ottawa to the Winnipeg Telegram today nays: "It was the her ntjfi ift.fvfin n month until thu Knox-Wednesuay ai v.m or tolal of sr sr will hold a pantry sale ,n the be furnished by voluntary room of the church. j recruiting. St. at 8 "jn june, Australia enlisted 6375 prayer meeting and Bible class in the mctli 0170 and August 4144. On vestry. Wednesday afternoon, 2 to 0, tiie Dasis o[ August recruiting returns, Red Cross sewing at the home of Mrs. Ulerc De but recruits by Watson. 537 IStb Street North. Fri- Mnrch 31 to supply the difference be- day at 8 p.m., choir practice. i tween required and 73.000 ru i Tnc-Kdav evening available. It was evident from these s Auoustln'-Wednesday. Jj rejected by the electors SSK Z2SZ X Tnnlnr Auxiliary (with more In transport. Cana- p.m., Junior Auxiliary. ln me Held in month 36.000 men have left Canada for Imve fallen. Thursday at S p.m. a meet- overseai! service, while in August the Ing for girls will be held in the par- of recruits in this country was ish room to form a junior W. A. Al! early JOUDIO Australian volunteers in girls are invited to attend. Friday at u period. S p.m., service of intercession follow- _______ ed hy choir proctice. At St. at S p.m., Dorcas society. In the parish room. There will be no intercessional ser- vice on Wednesday night owing to the united service in St. Augustin's church. Since Mayor llardlc's recent warn- ing regarding the likelihood of a tax sale next sprhie, a number'of ques- tions have been asked by property owners regarding thu powers of the city in. the matter. One. question 111 particular has come up. Some of thy Uixpayors in the city have been paying tho taxes on their in- side have refused to pay or. vacant outside stuff. That these parties can be forced to pay is shown In the first of the following questions and answers prepared by the Mayor; Distraint Question: Can distraint be made for taxes against a property on which there are no chattels, If the owner has chattels elsewhere'.' Answer: Collections can be made on any chattels the owner has within the prov.uce. If within tho city, by distraint. If outside the city, by suit. When the owner lias no chattels witll- taken where the owner resides to col- lect by suit. Rent Payments After Tax Sale Question: After a routing property has been bousht at a tax sale to whom is tha rent due until property is re- deemed or the sale confirmed? Answer: The City Solicitor advis- es that the rents belong to the person who purchased at the tax sale from the date of the sale. Period of Redemption Question: What is the full period of redemption after a tax sale? Answer: The city charter, title 37, section 14, says that the owner of land sold at tax sules may redeem within one year from the date of the sale, but the judges have held that they have a right to redeem any time up to the signing of the order by a juilee confirming the sale, no matter how long this may be after the actual sale takes place, however title 37 section 20 would apj'ear to give an- other year on technicalities. PHONE 1224 Parcels For Troops Thu following notice the mailing of parcels to troops has been Issued. The public is advised to Ir.ive their parcels for soldiers in .Medi- terranean expedltliumr.v forces at Salonika mailed not later than Octo- ber 31, to ensure their reaching their destinations Christmas. Parcels for the troops in France should be mailed by November 18 and earlier if possible. For the in ling- land, November 35 is as the latest.date. Steamer changes and cancellations are Imi.ile to occur :tt time, and the public is silso warn- ed as to possible delays caused by congestion of Christmas malls in the army post office. London. For these reasons the mailing of loiters, par- be left to the last inlnt'te, but should be done as early as possible. At Tuesday at 8 p.m. thf Ladies' Aid are holding a Hallowe'en social in Wesley Hall to which all adult members of the congregation arr invited. Wednesday evening service will be conducted by the pastor. Wed- nesday at 3 p.m., the regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid will b "If any tells watt their fctcfc I All iranou KU ou Tuu (Do. kern In Suepb U Jol ;